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"eight nine ten eleven twelve year" Discussed on Ephemeral

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05:09 min | Last month

"eight nine ten eleven twelve year" Discussed on Ephemeral

"Are seeing now. I don't know if it's really filtered down to our current cultural moment by chariots of the gods came out around then jerry to the gods exposed on any controversial and explosive theory then bees from other galaxies visited earth in ancient times. The six million dollar man which is probably my favorite show had ufo stuff in it all the time. It's a matter of fact if i'm remembering correctly. Bigfoot was an android that came out of fine saucer. The sasquatch ohio going back on to california also growing up. We had a family friend who we'd see every christmas and he was the editor for the skeptical inquirer magazine. Acquisitive eight nine. Ten eleven twelve year old got to pick his brain about his take on. Ufo's there's this idea that. The modern ufo era in quotes began in one thousand nine forty seven to record air crashes prior to that there had been these airships sightings in the late eighteen hundreds. These pictures made from papier new plane. Joe the world's largest airship heading for lakers new jersey in world war two..

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"eight nine ten eleven twelve year" Discussed on 4 Things with Amy Brown

4 Things with Amy Brown

06:04 min | 3 months ago

"eight nine ten eleven twelve year" Discussed on 4 Things with Amy Brown

"Means they're not getting the protein that they normally get because in the winter. It's cold you know they're going to heat up that chile. They're going to eat in the summer. Because i know when. I've been out all day doing what i do. I walk through the door and andy. My wife looks at me and says what do you want for dinner. And i go. I'm not hungry. It's the same for them. So those things you can spend ten fifteen bucks a week and keep those items in your vehicle and literally change lives with a bottle of water or cana bug spray or a tube of chapstick or a thing of sun screen. It really truly. Is that simple. Because here's what they think. Here's how they feel when you take the time to pull over role that window down and handed him a bottle of water sunscreen folk spray. Whatever they feel exactly the way. My friend felt in that email. You ritter niche mitch. They matter they matter. Yeah i'll recap the list real quick and this might be something cool you can do with your kids to get them. Involved is to make these packages or hell win. If you're loading this stuff up in the car make sure your kids know that it's there. We have a responsibility as parents to raise our kids synopsis. The scared of certain people on the street or make them question. What was what does that mean. You can have honest conversations with your kids about it but then show them lead. By example of this is how we're going to be kind to people and show them they matter and talk to your kids about the water. The water the water. That's those are the first three things that you need your summer care. Packages water water. Water chapstick sunscreen bug repellent wet wipes ball caps protein bars right. Those are the top item. Sure that there's more than team bars. Soft soft a lot of them. Have dental issues okay. Good to know so. It's not like super chocolate coated. Because it's going to melt. They're going to melt. Yeah so just. Keep that in mind when you're buying things so that's an your advice on the kids. I have people that reach out to all the time and they'll go stephen. I had some young children. Seven eight nine ten eleven twelve years. Our i would really like to get them involved. But i'm a little bit afraid. And i and i hear adult safe. Well i wanna help. But they're dangerous. And i think we spoke about this the first time zombie. I hit it every time. I speak no matter where folks. I'm old school. Like i said i turned sixty five. I'm one of those guys. That still gets up and turns on the news every morning and i hear about this robbery. This person getting shot. This person gets snapped this car. Getting checked all the things we here in our city that happen every day. You know what i never hear. The suspect is a homeless person. They're more afraid of you than you are of them. Let's a reminder. You have nothing to fear when you can't. Yeah tha that you never know what anybody is really like. It's just because they're homeless is automatically put them into category of. You should be more scared when you're there people in your own lives. He literally ended up doing something that you're like. Wait what so you just have to like. Go ahead and give people the opportunity to show you otherwise instead of judging them. You don't want to prejudge if you wanna see adult. A homeless adult on their best behavior have a child with. And here's why they love and respect children. Why because children have not already formed an opinion. Children are not judgmental. Children don't look them as children when they put their hand out. The children don't go look at their hands. See if it's dirty. The children shake their hand. They know that when there's a child there that child is there because that child care's and that child is sincere and that child doesn't have preconceived notions and that child is not judging liam they respect that they appreciate that and they will always be on their best behavior more than say for a lot of people. I see sitting in restaurants when i go out to eat with my family. Just saying to say good to know good to know okay next. I want to get into gratitude for all right. Well i know you said earlier. You wouldn't change a thing So i know that you know how to to be thankful for things for sure but what is angle for. Today you wanted to share with us four things real quick. I'm thankful first and foremost for my god who never gave up on me. Even when i was blaming him for everything i could not function. I would not be who i am. Today i would not be doing what i'm doing today if it wasn't for him so his grace is mercy his forgiveness his love. That's always gonna be number one on my list. Always because i gave him every reason in the world to give up any never did. I gave up on him. He never gave up on me. Second thing my wife and family. They're my breath. They're my heartbeat. Feel like you lit up when you said them all the twinkle in your eye. Every day i get to spend with them is like christmas every morning. When i wake up and i see my wife there. I walked through that beautiful home. She's made for us my family. It's christmas every day. Every morning. When i wake up and everything i do throughout the day i do. Try to make them proud third. Thank i guess. It would be tacky if i said the titans and predators but not in support of weight you have going on. I really have been now. The third thing would be my my team. My outreach workers that some some have been with me for years and years they are the most unselfish.

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"eight nine ten eleven twelve year" Discussed on The IT in the D show: This is what happens when geeks, alcohol, pop culture and current events get together

The IT in the D show: This is what happens when geeks, alcohol, pop culture and current events get together

05:25 min | 6 months ago

"eight nine ten eleven twelve year" Discussed on The IT in the D show: This is what happens when geeks, alcohol, pop culture and current events get together

"Yeah so is. His wife has a is. An avid gamer has a twitter account and she plays call of duty on their on the regular But he said you know he saw like The guys the chicago bears. God's plan on twitter. Which is he's thought was kinda so we wrote this whole thing on read it and apparently for once on read it. Something wasn't bullshit but what a crazy place to listen areas usually. It's my job right now. Is if you think. Racism is gone. Just wait until the game opens up at the end of a match on collar duty. Jesus christ's dude and like it's not even do so one story. We talked about four or five months ago where a guy was playing college duty and just because of like the kind of the icon picture and and that kind of stuff. You posted nobody. He was playing with knew that he was black. And you know he didn't quote unquote sound black And so He wound up basically becoming gaming friends with like the local chapter of the kkk. All my god on and and so. And and then like one of them like started looking like started figuring out who he was based on his gamertag and that kind of stuff And duck back and found him on facebook because it was funny. Because one of the guys is a god dude. I got a sister. She's looking for a guy yet. Indiana and then and then they all like apparently they all went quiet and like went off into a separate chat and came back and he was like you know you amer. Fm and menon I was with my sister environment. You're in up but then it's like eight nine ten eleven twelve year old kids you're like i'll pre puberty kids with their voices like the ones that sale the nastiest most vile. And it's like i would. We have done when we were kids are like i. Don't i'd like to think not. It's not like we're like you. What i'm to buy your house and bang your mom if you don't shut up like it makes ago. Kids causing a ruckus and he's like. How old are you old man. And i said i'm old enough to buyers and beg your mom. And i'm like i'm there. I shouldn't have done that now. I just mute. Now it's like we don't play now it's just like literally as me and tulio and mark and we played and maybe neil a joe if he comes on but like when i'm not playing with no and we were not allowing anyone else that nothing..

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"eight nine ten eleven twelve year" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

04:44 min | 1 year ago

"eight nine ten eleven twelve year" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"Their, the not let has been fixed. He's looser and. Range of motion emotional things about he played last year last season, trying to attack with our I. Know there a lot of talk about MS tackles, but. He has a staint early on than once. He got landed on affiliate game, which is just a one hundred million. Deal where somebody were to fall on the way they fell. As the Circumstances! That was unfortunate, but Now gets a face now. He's coming into the season. Ready to go and I think you're going to give him the battling. And Twenty twenty. Iran in terms of you know we talk about late Vandereycken, and he's obviously. Boise and and Jane referenced you. You've had a few boise. Guys come through. I feel like you were one of the. You were probably the agent ahead of that. The Boise Explosion in the NFL rep a lot of guys there. And people talk about the Dallas Boise connection that kind of make jokes about one of your guys Curtis Weaver told us when we talked to him before the draft that that was what he said to the cowboys, you know. Oh, I know where your pipeline and things like that. What is it? Do you think about the Boise pipeline? The Dallas like so much and I mean just your experience with that program with those players. What do you think it is? That brings Dallas to that well so often. Since two thousand eight. The one thing that in the reason, once Orlando Orlando was no different personality than most because he's got on a shoulder. Angry on everything all the tire, but it worked for Orlando and it were. You know as a player in the reason you lasts in the league because he always wanted to prove everybody wrong i. ask them and tally Boise dies that every. Attack Wells at the time of the two thousand eight nine ten eleven twelve years Boise, they go to Jane, back, down the order of the Golden Georgia in Atlanta, beat them in the opener. Day Ministry. Need for us, so go to these power. Five teams always open the season approval they win, and then the rest of the year you're trying to. Keep credibility in. Keep your ranking because reclaiming them on West, so these players is the guys better these guys while they never respected yet and the healing now in the comedy NFL, too. I mean for all the. Bears you who in the first? Lady in the first round it was. Shaming land in Doug. Martin, but they had all these really good players coming out that were that were on the sayings of sound proud latency scenarios where. was, the bryner lacquer to point Jane you and I talked about to the draft that because Marinelli was there and will lay in bed bloom all there is. Will lead to the draft lady he needed to do online dominated as it was great for meetings in business or great, so he was the perfect storm came by the cowboys in nineteen, but the rest of the common shoulders everybody wrong for whole time during the lead in Azure, allowed starting to for six years now. Forty Yar Andrei every year low child, always saying I have to get better I have to prove to people at I belong, so it doesn't matter even after you get paid. They always have show the. Older not good enough, or you wanted to patch while you are SEC. When in reality is voicing. When You look at Leyton and a guy who was a walk on at Boise, and and had to fight to even make that team and get the scholarship and and everything i. View as just kind of a quiet guy, and you know the down to Earth Town Guy, but I mean. He did have that background of being a walk on. Do you think he also has a little bit of that chip on his shoulder? I don't know that people look at him that way. Even though you thousand, nine, hundred eighty still wants to prove. Prove out, but can be the best linebacker in the NFL. I trump cake. I made it. I'm done. He wants to prove it brewery rhyming people. Laden was. The Basle of Land State of Idaho. In High School tournaments. Guys for the NBA Labor Dot com this. Late wasn't Yang di one offers that allow. These guys were because he was playing for a team high. But I believe that the basketball around he must be what had a walk on Boise state for basketball late in Hollywood and play in the NBA. You know forty years for six five. People he can shoot.

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"eight nine ten eleven twelve year" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

04:44 min | 1 year ago

"eight nine ten eleven twelve year" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"Their, the not let has been fixed. He's looser and. Range of motion emotional things about he played last year last season, trying to attack with our I. Know there a lot of talk about MS tackles, but. He has a staint early on than once. He got landed on affiliate game, which is just a one hundred million. Deal where somebody were to fall on the way they fell. As the Circumstances! That was unfortunate, but Now gets a face now. He's coming into the season. Ready to go and I think you're going to give him the battling. And Twenty twenty. Iran in terms of you know we talk about late Vandereycken, and he's obviously. Boise and and Jane referenced you. You've had a few boise. Guys come through. I feel like you were one of the. You were probably the agent ahead of that. The Boise Explosion in the NFL rep a lot of guys there. And people talk about the Dallas Boise connection that kind of make jokes about one of your guys Curtis Weaver told us when we talked to him before the draft that that was what he said to the cowboys, you know. Oh, I know where your pipeline and things like that. What is it? Do you think about the Boise pipeline? The Dallas like so much and I mean just your experience with that program with those players. What do you think it is? That brings Dallas to that well so often. Since two thousand eight. The one thing that in the reason, once Orlando Orlando was no different personality than most because he's got on a shoulder. Angry on everything all the tire, but it worked for Orlando and it were. You know as a player in the reason you lasts in the league because he always wanted to prove everybody wrong i. ask them and tally Boise dies that every. Attack Wells at the time of the two thousand eight nine ten eleven twelve years Boise, they go to Jane, back, down the order of the Golden Georgia in Atlanta, beat them in the opener. Day Ministry. Need for us, so go to these power. Five teams always open the season approval they win, and then the rest of the year you're trying to. Keep credibility in. Keep your ranking because reclaiming them on West, so these players is the guys better these guys while they never respected yet and the healing now in the comedy NFL, too. I mean for all the. Bears you who in the first? Lady in the first round it was. Shaming land in Doug. Martin, but they had all these really good players coming out that were that were on the sayings of sound proud latency scenarios where. was, the bryner lacquer to point Jane you and I talked about to the draft that because Marinelli was there and will lay in bed bloom all there is. Will lead to the draft lady he needed to do online dominated as it was great for meetings in business or great, so he was the perfect storm came by the cowboys in nineteen, but the rest of the common shoulders everybody wrong for whole time during the lead in Azure, allowed starting to for six years now. Forty Yar Andrei every year low child, always saying I have to get better I have to prove to people at I belong, so it doesn't matter even after you get paid. They always have show the. Older not good enough, or you wanted to patch while you are SEC. When in reality is voicing. When You look at Leyton and a guy who was a walk on at Boise, and and had to fight to even make that team and get the scholarship and and everything i. View as just kind of a quiet guy, and you know the down to Earth Town Guy, but I mean. He did have that background of being a walk on. Do you think he also has a little bit of that chip on his shoulder? I don't know that people look at him that way. Even though you thousand, nine, hundred eighty still wants to prove. Prove out, but can be the best linebacker in the NFL. I trump cake. I made it. I'm done. He wants to prove it brewery rhyming people. Laden was. The Basle of Land State of Idaho. In High School tournaments. Guys for the NBA Labor Dot com this. Late wasn't Yang di one offers that allow. These guys were because he was playing for a team high. But I believe that the basketball around he must be what had a walk on Boise state for basketball late in Hollywood and play in the NBA. You know forty years for six five. People he can shoot.

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"eight nine ten eleven twelve year" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

06:26 min | 1 year ago

"eight nine ten eleven twelve year" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Okay welcome back master like radio Jamie I think we have some questions from our listeners yeah this question comes from Lois from New Jersey she writes hi Chris we have only ever adopted dog and it's really is the greatest joy we just recently lost our fourteen year old shepherd makes and are ready to adopt again but we are older now and we're considering maybe adopting an older or senior dog that requires less activity do you have any advice well I think this is great I mean I'm sorry that you lost your your German shepherd fourteen year old German shepherd that's awesome I mean that's a long life for a German shepherd our German shepherd mix you know as we get older I clued myself in that picture you know you got to think about how long you're going to live and and when the dogs when you adopt a dog when you pass where's that dog going so sometimes your I don't know your in your seventies in your eighties and you want to adopt a dog because we do love to have our companions it's a great idea to adopt an older pet you know that dogs lifespan to be a little shorter it's going to allow you to have a great sort of relaxed all usually an older dog is definitely more laid back and we don't have those crazy poppy behaviors and adolescent behaviors to deal with so I really think it's great to adopt an older dog so when you adopt an older dog realize that that older dog is going to have had a history so we're gonna want to really make sure that dog is evaluated before you take that dog home I might hire yourself a professional dog trainer to come with you to do some evaluations on that older dot so that you're making sure you are adopting a dog that will really benefit from your situation and vice versa the worst thing we can do is adopt a dog bring it home it's an older dog and then we have to get it back that really is not a nice thing to do those stocks so what I would do is I'd hedge your bets go out there and find yourself a canine behaviors or dog trainer that you respect or have heard great things about and bring them to the shelter with you'll be probably some of the best money you'll ever spend to really make sure that you get the right at your home okay next is built from Syracuse hi Chris I just recently adopted a golden retriever a beautiful pure bred puppy who was abandoned by its owners who thought a puppy was to my much work is the love of my life and friendly to all people and dogs however he has just started humping the occasional guest on the leg well because it's a good chuckle I know it should not be allowed and I'd like some advice as to how to address the cause and not just correct the behavior wow okay well built here's the thing you got yourself a dog puppy any starting to hump so hoping can be two things it can be sexual but in most cases it's actually the dog dominating it's not as sexual as many people think wow we think that's really kind of funny cute it actually is a behavior that's part of a bigger piece so we don't want dogs humping your guess what they're doing is they're dominating them in most cases and this can actually then leads to other behaviors that can get out of control very quickly it's the first symptom to the dog being in charge in your home to new guests coming in so what I'm gonna tell you to do is you are going to make sure that when you greet your strangers at the door that your puppy golden retriever is behind you and I would say he's a good ten feet eight to ten feet by you and if he tries to come up you a bit about face turn from your gas and literally look use your legs and forward body pressure and pushed him in a direct line away from the person at the door like basically getting them out of the foyer then after the dog starts to settle that may take three to four pushes you may need to set this up a few times the dog's gonna start realizing that your in charge of the greeting process and it's you we should be hopping your neighbor no I'm only joking but basically the dog's gonna give up that responsibility of dominating that person coming into your house and he's gonna give it to you the next thing that's gonna happen is when the person comes into the house if the dog starts to run over to them and starts to hop again walk up to the person put your rear end towards that person and say excuse me and shove the dog away from that stranger I do that for three to five minutes and when you show them away again forward body pressure you don't even need to say anything just put your hand up against the stranger forward body pressure against the dog user legs chopping away about four feet and they go back and talk to your friend again you're a fine really quickly that that dog realizes that you're in charge of the interactions in the space and you're in charge of how that dog is approaching that stranger humping is not a good thing it's not funny and it actually usually leads to other behavioral issues that are not desirable okay last question for today's Machel from Arizona hi Chris our family is finally pulled the trigger and agreed to adopt a dog we went to our local shelter this weekend found love with a poodle mix in fact to pool mixes there about eight months old brother and sister and shelter was hoping they would be adopted together we were not intending to adopt both but our hearts break to separate them so we would consider it can you give me the pros and cons of adopting two dogs at once well so here's the thing many people think that two dogs that come from the household together really need to be with each other and and I think that may be true in some cases but in most cases it's not desirable and explain why they talk about how it would be good in some cases if they are older dogs and they've been together their whole lives like there seven eight nine ten eleven twelve years old you know what breaking those dogs up probably is not a great thing to do and you should adopt both of them at the same time however if you have a younger dog a puppy for instance or in adolescents and there's two of them that were that our brothers and sisters are two brothers or whatever what happens is is that those dogs when you adopt them first of all you can have a handful adopting one dogs a handful I docking two dogs is a much bigger handful in most cases but when you adopt two dogs at once those two dogs will always be bonded to each other more than their bond its yield and that's not a hundred percent of the time but you can do things to make that not the case like spend time alone with each dog every day take one dog with you to the park the the other one home and then reverse it it's a lot of work I'm gonna recommend that you get yourself one dog the two dogs that are together they're they're gonna find another home and while they may miss each other for a few days within a couple of weeks of being in their new home they're going to be happy as can be getting one dog at a time is always a better situation it allows you to train the dog better integrated into your family much easier and you'll just find that it just becomes a much easier process.

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"eight nine ten eleven twelve year" Discussed on Cleared Hot

Cleared Hot

13:50 min | 2 years ago

"eight nine ten eleven twelve year" Discussed on Cleared Hot

"Loves jujitsu and she just having a tough time so let's all work together to help her. Through new that's where you have to actually parent and make at some point make the decisions and the get in the car those worst parents come in and they you say well i. I don't want to force her to do something she doesn't wanna. Do that's my favorite right. That's my favorite because i i i never get to have these interactions. I don't talk to parents really but if i could i'd be like so. She eats ice cream every night then like don't you force her to eat your vegetables you you tell her no and she wants cake for breakfast. Yeah if mike if i love my kids to go to school every day that they didn't want to go to school they would so ever attend ten score right but but why do you make vegetables or shower or brush their teeth because you know it's good for them so whether they want to do it in that moment it is not the point and and back to what you were saying with <hes> becoming an adult who then gets crushed in the real world. That's going to happen too because guess sweat when you're supposed to be at work. You're supposed to be at work. You know if you i get it. You don't want to wake up at five tomorrow morning but you don't have a choice and so you've just follow through and and children learning that okay. I've gotta do this anyways. It's the right thing to do and i'm gonna do and that's that's a a big piece of it too and what we what we cheat our kids out of when we succumb to that kind of if you just look for or the surface they have a stomach ache. They don't go. They're crying. They don't wanna go something happened. They don't wanna go. They don't wanna go okay fine. We won't go. That's not the actual issue. The issue is usually usually something else there. Maybe they are having bad interactions with another child on that okay. Let's deal with it. Maybe they are <hes> you know. Having a reaction to whatever fighting is going on the house all right. Let's deal with it and so easily. Parents will bad parents. We'll just say oh. It's the thing they don't wanna do. That's the problem and i can tell you hands down. It is not our program <hes> because our program across not just in our montana gyms but across the world where this program has been implemented. The program is solid solid. The coaches are solid. The curriculum is solid. The games are solid introduce solid. Now we have to help. Kids stay involved and learning how to deal with. I feel like this is really gets thrown out a lot around a lot these days learning how to deal with adversity but the next step. I want people to take in the thought process. It's not just the diversity of the situation. It's everything that's going on in your head that makes that situation adverse so not just the stress of the situation but the stressors that you're putting on yourself in your mind so typically when kids breakdown it's because they feel a sense of insecurity insecurity. Is it insecurity because they're not sure mom and dad divorcing is insecurity because they don't know what's next. Is that insecurity. I had to spider monkeys. Yesterday they have meltdowns because they looked at the counter and couldn't see the parent that brought them and i said it's okay you know they're going to be back. We do this every monday and wednesday. Stay hold my hand and so me as a coach being able to help them through that and to see them through to a period of success see you did did it okay now. You can do it next time. It's huge and you guys have been out this awhile to assuming you've seen people how old or spider monkeys five to seven saint for doing that teaching that's spider monkey story from yesterday because i keep us spiders up in whitefish on mondays and wednesdays and i do spiders here in cal- spell on mondays and wednesdays are actually the best as it is the best age group. I have to tell cute and snotty. They're they're old enough that they have some coordination. They're not like the micro. Monkeys were their head so big that they get going and it's like uh-huh watching a micro monkey do a break fall as painful right because it's everything's had for mostly battle but no the the the five and six year olds <hes> are great. They're they're personality. You can see the personalities at that age. Just they just beam came out of the kid and i had this one kid. I won't mention her name but <hes> she is notorious for when she loses right which there's ten kids in class. There's a good chance that she's not going to be the one kid that wins the game every single time she she throws the biggest fit. It's beautiful like she runs into the wall bashes her head into the wallpaper padded walls by the way not exposed those bricks and so she's got him she what's awesome about is. She's gotten progressively better right to the point where the other kids expected they see. They are might assistant coach keeton there. She sees it. We make i contemplate kerry goes so good and i'm bad about making jokes that go above the five year olds heads but my assistant coaches get and so i'm like yep and again like i say her name i. I wanted to really really bad but i was saying well. See we gotta figure this out in here. Because when the boy that you want to go out with says no it won't be great if you smash your head into the restaurant wall and you know if you don't get accepted to the college that you want you know running into a wall not gonna fix that either so and so yesterday she got out and we're playing ship to shore and i sent her to the wall and she did it. She went to the wall. She sat down and i was like awesome and i even told the other kids i might see. She's getting better and i said you know what you're back in today. Free life because you actually didn't throw a fit today and that's just a really small small milestone but it fred impact on the rest of her life but it's it's. It's hugely rewarding for me like it's the job aww of coaching kids is so powerful and and and little things like that happen every week for me are awesome like to watch a kid who struggles with her temper and is a poor loser or sore loser watching and helping them work through that is is awesome. Well you guys have been at it long enough to see children to include your own go from very young too. I mean your kids. Are you know essentially agewise wise functioning adults. I'm like i said in my forties and i don't think i'm a functioning adults that are largely ahead of me but it has to be has to be rewarding to see them. Go through that that journey as well. I mean the impact that it has had on their life for sure like a gusts is a good example little sweet. Little gas is not little no. That's my point is is. I bet you say that because he started out little he was one of the first ones. I think he was <hes>. What was he six or seven when he started yeah i think so i have to assume that you guys get feedback from the parents to on the impact that it has yeah i sure do you usually hear from them. I have of <hes> one that sticks out in my mind but we get a lot of them. We just got one when we sent out our surveys this year but we had one kid he was probably probably at the time and maybe still was the most difficult child that i've ever dealt with parents. Were very intelligent. People as father there was a a doctor <hes> and he was an only child <hes> and they were older parents to yeah older and so like the the little girl that i was speaking about <hes> he was a sore loser as well but in a very malicious and <hes> he was one of those kids where if you turned singer back or if he thought the coaches weren't looking he would maybe pinchuk kid for you know just do some of them. <hes> you'll kelly behavior. Yes yes but behind your back sort of thing and you know the coaches would even and but anyways he stayed in the program for years. There's and he got better and better. It was a lot slower than it was with with this. This five year old just speaking of is a very long process but it was you would see the gradual actual improvement and i remember one day his grandpa because his grandpa used to come in all the time and <hes> grant came in and to my face with tears in his it is and his grandpa was a a well to do person in the community and he <hes> he said thank you so much you saved my grandson's life and i was just like whoa like it's one thing to have apparent say. You know you've you've. You've helped my kids so much. There's so much more confident or there's there's so much more help around the house or they're not picking on their sister anymore. That's all fine and dandy but to have a grandpa come up and and and with tears in their eyes tell you that that you saved their grandson's life. That's big. It's powerful so and that again that's back to what we were talking talking about before how hard it is for us when when parents do come in and say you know they just don't wanna come today like no no no. You're thinking about this moment this day. We're thinking king about the next five years you know we we have and maybe it is because we've been at this. A long time in our kids are now teenagers that were less caught up in the the day to day struggles and we are looking more long-term. Your perspective is different. You have more laps around the sun than small child. When i'm thinking about the five year olds you know five six seven year old might spider monkeys class as okay. What teenagers do i want to interact with. What kind of adults drive and interact with you know this isn't this person is going to be working at the bank. You know and i'm going to have a business relationship with them. How do i want them to be dealing with me as an adult okay now i've got to put these pieces in in a place here on the map when they're five and that's the that's the thing too. We remind our coaches all the time as well when they get in. It's it's hard. I mean it. Is teachers know what were wilbur talking about daycares. No we're working with large groups of children. Every single day is challenging. It's tough. It's not that's not an easy job. It's very rewarding morning and if you can continue to remind yourself that the work you're doing is going to have a lifetime's worth of impact <hes> but whoa i joked a lot with piece in the beginning because we had the are four kids and we're here in this small valley and it's kind of like were controlling trolling the aquarium so it's like okay. What kind of kids do i want. My kids interacting with when my kids go to house party as a teenager which they would. You know just like all kids. Let's see what kind of teenage child because i was perfect. What what kind of teams are going to be at that party. When when my daughter goes on a date what what kind of manners is the boyfriend gonna have well in in a weird sort of way we can actually have a huge impact on that by instilling values news and life skills in these five six seven eight nine ten eleven twelve year olds over the next few years because these are the same kids that my kids end up going to high high school with and so that's that's also been very satisfying to know that that we're having an impact on the community as a whole not not just individual children but the the actual environment that that that they're running into in the high schools and things like that so it's it's i mean that's what we're living through right now because our kids are all in highschool we've got to graduate now to still left in high school and the groups of kids that they run around with we either know because they've trained with this or you know somehow because it is such a small community and we can see the impact a little gusts at my house all the damn time in class when i was joking about the fact that that kid was drinking all my malcontent all my eggs yeah he come to my house at eight in the morning after swim practice. I'd come downstairs. There's and he'd make himself like six egg. I remember being that age there. Were there wasn't enough eggs. I would eat all the house doing water polo practice in the morning running and then in the evening and all the food in between four and adder yeah. That's our house right now. I can't go to the grocery store often enough. What would what do you think. The impact was on your own children children. I mean does it make you more confident as parents releasing them into the wild for lack of a better term because of the experience that they've already had and the fact that they are not going to shirk away from that adversity yeah i mean i'll at i'm talking about just one and then maybe pieces say what what she thinks about. Ah the other three just gonna mention ricky. <hes> you know my our middle son steles twin brother. I was really reluctant. He's seventeen and we had some coaches. <hes> open opportunities open up and they were adult classes and you know we. We charge good money for what we do here. We're not cheap nor should you be and <hes> you know peace was like will you should have ricky teach those classes and my knee jerk reaction as dad and business owner was now. He's only seventeen like he can't. He can't teach adult classes. These people are paying good money and they're not gonna wanna a teenager teaching them and then one of my other coaches to coach. Leo was like he's the he's the best coach you have like..

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"eight nine ten eleven twelve year" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

11:27 min | 2 years ago

"eight nine ten eleven twelve year" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Morgan show WBZ newsradio ten thirties well nineteen in the morning it is Sunday morning and we are going to be here to three thirty no limit of five but we do a couple of informations on the Saturday night Sunday morning version of morning Joe I'm sitting across from box car Polly and how did you guys come up with the character because that was not within the world of the Bozo I grew up with that's that's very true we came up with that because we try to come up with so we were in a very limited budget so we tried to figure out what we could put together for a costume and very little money so I borrowed my friend's boots I had some overalls somebody bought me a hat and and a red handkerchief right sounds like every train engineer ever that's exactly right and what was your capacity I know the old age the age studios which is where Marcy Boulevard cavernous yeah I think they have like over a hundred two hundred fifty kids if they wanted to what was your capacity we we were pushing and if we got sixty five kids in okay so we got to gently we've got typically between thirty and fifty and I'm going to ask first very carefully or the kids respectful of being on TV or war they rambunctious a little bit of both okay and it and it was funny because they were you know there was a crowd mentality so someone if someone turned rambunctious if you had to get to pretty quickly otherwise during the whole group would be flying from the rafters one of the favorite things like kids still on my version of growing up Bozo the back row they had the word Bozo suspended on a couple wires and the kids in the back row woods push it so would be like a pendulum swinging back and forth and you could tell that they weren't supposed to do that you know why because when they came back from a commercial I mean do it more obviously somebody gave us already gave them a quick talking to but you had to deal with the rambunctious nous of eight nine ten eleven twelve year old kid yes indeed yep it in in a group as they say and we used to do he's do personal appearances so we'd go out to schools or fares and parks and stuff like that and that's when it really turned gonna sketch and I'm assuming you were compensated but not as well as you should have been yet his speaking my language where we were used many years ago when I was to go Gee that contract I really have been a great producer for that and that reminds me as producer what were your duties specifically we were every show sure I was in charge of the getting the kids and so I mean that the show was for free obviously they would just have to write in and ask for tickets so why get the tickets out to the to the parents and the children we step we have a lot of games that we place we're giving away toys and things like that so we do I have to arrange to get the to get the prices for the games from the different toy manufacturers with their any toy manufacturers Hasbro Hasbro was was the big one right sure you have in Rhode Island so do that and we had guests on so we have we have storytellers musicians magicians it'll some safety things we have like a recurring safety tips from public officials and so forth and then we would go out of my favorite things to go out and to visit someplace and bring the cameras with us and show how something is made or service or something we went to up Plymouth rock with Jack Lemmon plantations that was that was a lot of fun yeah home with rock is now I love American history I am a student of history but let's be honest if you have seen Plymouth rock I have recently yes they have it there are no no free certainly but in my day the rock was in some sort of cage down down the pit with the beach okay Manton that's no way to treat Plymouth rock that's just my opinion threat and you know what he said you know what they say they came a ground whether you end up having to pull ashore right that they ran out of beer on the beer was the the only thing that's safe to drink on the on the ship when they ran out of beer they had that they had the land somebody somewhere and they happen to be named Plymouth okay well they landed twice I did and the first time was prime minister right and then for whatever reason they decided this one too they set sail again and went another twenty miles by sea and landed in Plymouth America's hometown as they call it in the eco regal and from not mistaken it is by population the largest town in Massachusetts there right by population by area right maybe it is rare in our population whatever the Larry Herman people now they Barton boser report all and the Bose oe shows right back in the sixties and the Hey Frank furnishes Bozo the only Bozo when you get back in touch with Larry Herman how did you talk with the living revive Bozo he was not more than happy because he would you got paid for our area basically so he was that he was actually actively shopping it around to it you know all the different different television market I'm bringing bows are back that's right well it actually was still it was still in Chicago and Philadelphia those are the two stalwarts okay and you know we we would have local like the one we had guests and we would have local sh you know children's story tellers alright or musicians but I mean like in in Philadelphia they they they had Sylvester Stallone on as as a cast you know in Chicago they had like the the Chicago Cubs would come by so it was a different or in the late eighties are any of the bears was still sure high in the popular right let's say you want I got a call on Friday give him before we have to take a new set and Georgia Melrose good morning thank you moron what's up my mortgage how you doing you guess name is I I just tuned inciting getting get the name well he went by the name on the TV show of boxcar parley are now urging of the Bozo show and his last name written down right here Polly Wayland hello very good Hey Hey ho I why I just heard you talk about Plymouth rock in a humorous story I thought it was humorous anyways my wife brought my kids down there at the Plymouth rock and he was shown on the rock and you know if you send this is supposedly the first people peaceably and that the building stepped on one and my sense said how did they get over this fence is can you say it was down in low and they get it wouldn't off you know he said that's interesting how did they get over the fence kids you know the innocence of children I would say in all the tourist bureau of Massachusetts would upgrade the look if that's the rock with the barrel of the Mayflower first touched okay I understand that but there's gonna be a way to display it in yeah go ahead I know I was good seventy down there in years is still is still like that yeah I'm guessing it still is yeah I was yeah four five years ago and it's it's like it's in a much yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah as they get over that how did they get over that from what I understand they put it in the cage because people are taking pieces of it they go down the rock acts and chip it away but you could still find some sort of way of displaying it you would think about making it look so okay can cheap yeah yeah yeah all right good job to militant thank god well you do that thank you have a good day I appreciate you taking the time to call storage night anyone else wants to do a George did you know the number six one seven two five four ten thirty toll free maybe people from Chicago which I get calls from Illinois over time I get calls from Pennsylvania one time maybe you remember your Bozo show and either Fritz incarnations you can give us a call at eight eight eight nine two nine ten thirty and what were some of the plots grooves that's one of the things my memory of the Frank of Rouge Bozo they had plots as juvenile as sick as they were they still have plants rex trailer and extreme major mud and rocks so what was some of the parts you came up with as producer we didn't do do it and plot so much when I was what I was doing was focused on jokes so we went there he would set up a time we would do all waiter restaurant joke suppose it would be the rest you know big be the waiter I'd be in that you know as as the as the customer and you just go through all of all the hundreds of old you know it is a fly in my soup don't worry he does need that much there's a fly my Sir what did you order the chicken noodle all that sorry that should that I'm offering is the farmers who were to doing the backstroke so are now regarded as a my eyes closed look at the image of the show right you put forth for our kids in the home with the kids in Providence right and other than Hasbro whatever companies gave you stuff been a long time we had international games one of you know yeah the card game when all that was a big hit okay so that was international games at the time and we would always thank the everything to give away one of that one of the price he had of course mention it now so and so forth but the guy just to get back to something you said before I'm Larry Harmon did he wasn't the original Bozo the ritual bos was actually on record this is before TV your even longer so he bought the rights to Bozo the clown and he came up with the image over there was never even at a drawing of bows or anything was just occurred just a voice so he came up with the big hair which they and here is made of yak hair by the way yeah there it is oh my goodness now all right I'm gonna have to take a break in precisely thirty seconds or so and I think you know Suzanne I newscaster I do and I don't want to make her late no hope please no no no no because we.

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"eight nine ten eleven twelve year" Discussed on That's What She Said with Sarah Spain

That's What She Said with Sarah Spain

11:59 min | 2 years ago

"eight nine ten eleven twelve year" Discussed on That's What She Said with Sarah Spain

"Have not worked out for the last ten years i can't i've limitations that won't be there in yet there is a reason why it had to be me because at that time former mvp of major league soccer at peak blond hair blue eyes american a king speak well think about it sarah like you can't get any better example at that time to then be showcase of head injuries and we didn't know what are head injuries are as we do in two thousand nineteen but think of this as i scored that goal my next door neighbor is junior sale my become best friends with jr sale we'd go to dinner every monday tuesday night you know depending on his schedule and we sat there and we ended up having conversations and i told the story on the on the thirty for thirty we literally had conversations about his head injury starting at age fifteen i didn't realize at the time he was asking for help so when i see that story and i tell you my story like i was on the verge of signing an eight million dollar deal in england the day the month before i get punched in the face that those negotiations start with the crafts it was meant to be who is meant for me to be that person now granted sarah not to get into it but i had a choice last year either i sued the league or i don't and i chose not to cause i think i'll have a greater impact being proactive with education and awareness that started a foundation were last year we had i think it was four point three million kids within your soccer take my pledge that i wrote about education and awareness i just i had any real decision making in granting maybe it's against the grain because who knows what that money would have been but i think i'll have a greater impact so anyways that's why i say it's the greatest gift ever because i always thought i would have been remembered and doing podcast with the sarahspain is of the world about scoring goals the reality is i'm gonna be remembered and i am being remember right now for concussions because i am literally gonna make sure things change in some people particularly in the nfl world can't stand me but the reality is i'm saying the truth in syria other aspect of this that's absolutely crazy is nfl players are calling me that's a soccer guy someone the number was like who cares because they know i don't have any skin in the game i care about these athletes right it's just it's it's remarkable when you ask me like what did i know know about that injury and whatnot no i had no idea like i had no idea that on july eighth two thousand nineteen i still have a headache and still be talking about it with sarahspain but the reality is it i am right a couple of followups there you said you were sort of lucky in the sense of being you know not being pick for the world cup team and you're grandfather passing away you said it was a gift have this injury how do you explain your perspective on things like that i find that a lot successful people are able to like one of the toughest questions on my podcast all every time is what you're biggest failure because i'm speaking to incredibly successful people and they own internal things they literally they've they've moved on from every time things haven't worked out and spun it into a positive which is part of the reason i think they've found success so you're perspective i'm looking at these things do you think it came over time would you be honest and saying oh i always felt this was a gift i always felt this look or how do you find the perspective cause some people dwell on things like that for the rest of their lines they say i was giving a raw deal i'm never gonna succeed because this person did me wrong instead of being able to find a way the turn it into a positive sarah again problem is the listeners in you that when i was taking six shots oxy cotton the night and drink and a handful of aka one the final time i ever did that i i didn't look at this as a gift so it's been over time and it's had to take me but in order to you everyone has failures and that's the one thing i in my father used to always say that to me he goes taylor everyone has everyone used to take a couple of things that say that there's always gonna be someone that makes more money in you and everyone as failures they're just a different levels but how you eat adversity reveals character doesn't build character and i've always believed that in in order to do so you've gotta go through the mud i know you could sit here fern thirty five forty minutes or five hours and talk about you're trials and tribulations we all have it it's what you do with it but dance your question no this wasn't overnight it's not like i woke up with vertigo dizziness and not being able to actually watch television or even look at my cell phone or do anything that was for five years ago that wasn't right after the world cup so it's yeah it's one of those things you have to you have to look at it but there is something to everything from me nobody and i mean nobody was talking about concussions so when i get my concussion and then literally six months later i'm on i'm sorry eighteen months later is what the timeframe was an i'm meeting with bob bob lee about doing something on outside the lines so you tell me that wasn't meant to be that i'm sorry it just was and that's when i started to take this into a positive i said no i think the world in the universe any energy in this world said no he can handle it so but it if i'm on line you if i said it's overnight in listen i could wake up tomorrow and i'll shoot you attacks and say i hate i hate my wife i hate the fact that i can't work out or do anything normal that i used to be able to do but the reality is i know hata i think talk about it which i think is very important but i also know how to process all of those feelings and try to make it into a positive but it's not overnight i'll tell you that much you mentioned and the headaches that you still have the prescription drugs and alcohol that you were using to treat it when you were still you know in the throes of it is there a fear of some of the longer lasting effects of an end up having c t of of seeing junior sale and others because we saw associate that with what ball but obviously as you and i think taylor foundation and everything you're doing with the soccer side of things it's just is prevalent have been issued their did that play you the way that i hear from former football players not really because i think it's a way it's a waste of energy from me i'm not gonna sit here and lie to you and say these thoughts haven't crossed my mind absolutely sarah but you know there's certain i wanna write a book a in it'd be an example that you can have post concussion syndrome and you could lift you survive and that's why i'm doing all of the therapies and trying to find the answers and actually being okay enough that i couldn't travel two hundred plus days free sbn in covering work and do stuff you've gotta make sacrifices prices and do stuff but i know i i'm not gonna be that guy or woman but sarah the conversation needs to change because if we really believe in our hearts at this is just an american football grid iron football problem radovan our minds were literally out of our minds we've got cyclists at stanford giving concussions and then taking their wives eight in the in the reason why i think taylor and i went after soccer sears because of the women because gross because we oh why why are we only talking about being a phone there's no women playing the phone what do we do we write it makes no sense if we're gonna honestly educate and bring awareness it city eight nine ten eleven twelve year olds which is girls am boys not one of these other ingredients need as much if not more attention because a certain genetic differences ends in hormones and whatever we i'm not gonna play you know play doctor here but the reality is the girls need as much if not more information and awareness and look at the world cup final sarah like if fifa actually cared in addressed it we couldn't make massive massive strides in changing the sport but not having players quit the sport changing the world for the better but the reality is fever doesn't care about it so yeah it's it's it's a topic i'm very passionate about because i think that's the whole reason why i had the success i had in only six here's in major league soccer and then boom falling flat on your face no pun intended and now how do you react in do you tell that story the fact that i told the story i'm helping more people now than i ever would have scorn hatrick sir scoring goals are then you're just another athlete yeah so you mentioned that these long lasting effects were not being able to do the things you used to and i don't know the extent of that but it's a really interesting topics from me 'cause you know what it is to be a former athlete is so different for different people their former athletes like scottie pippen who looks like he could probably go out and still only forty eight minutes about falling right 'em he'd have a double double right now rain right now granted that's an indictment on of the crap but curious but yeah there guys like that where and i don't know why why you know he he popped in my mind but there's a bunch of people and they're able to be athletes in their entirety of their labs and then there are people who and that's why i will never make fun of a former athlete who gets bigger 'cause we have no idea what what's going on right we know people can't make it up the stairs and yet somehow people expect him to to look like they did at their peak shape for the entirety of their lived there struggling to just do every day i'm still in physical therapy fraternity my killys accredited whole jacked up kinetic chain i'm not allowed to run hasn't been allowed to run for five years and it sucks because so much of who i was in my identity with always sports and if not competing for real at least being able to go out and flag football ends and softball and volleyball and destroy everyone and i can't do that i can't do it i'm not physically able to end it absolutely kills me so for you to go from literally professional level to dealing with the results of that and now it sounds like you're still having to deal with what is it mean for you and your identity as an athlete yeah it's a tough on it by the way i saw it in you posted a picture on social media instagram like the difference and you're like yeah yeah like how creepy was that photo initially look like my math really gross yeah i was like whole like in in no one really knows that you know athletes know that in you know my brother to on the same wavelength is you're my brother had to wait see else a within thirteen months and that's why his professional career under but he's what is eight thirty four thirty five i'm gonna turn thirty six in most likely will need a replacement he can't do anything because one of those eight ceo's what's on a sprinkler head it it it it changes you see again i'm gonna play a little bit of a doctor but sarah this is kind of how i fought through it and understood it and why depression is a huge aspect of certain the athlete of most of us when you're done you lucy endorphin and you actually lose the biochemical process of your brain of that endorphin being released that's a huge part of it like so much of people were like oh till you're depressed 'cause you're not on billboards you're not on that i'm like no no no no i'm actually depressed because something's off so i finally was like there's gotta be a reason why and then you go meet neurologists and brain people like that have studied this for the live sound like well no you you did endorphins since you were seven having gone four run or gotten your heart rate over certain barred from the last five six years to that that's so sarah.

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"eight nine ten eleven twelve year" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

11:49 min | 2 years ago

"eight nine ten eleven twelve year" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Nine nine. We're back on the Page Publishing book club. I'm Alice Stockton row theme. Julie Kellner kept diaries from first grade through senior year, five school and looking back through them. She thought, well what a lot of think if I knew, then what I know now not a bad name for your first book, I grew up in south jersey town called Bedford and growing up. I definitely wasn't the coolest kid. I wasn't the prettiest little girl and I felt like I struggled a lot with not feeling accepted or not really understanding where I fit in the whole grand of grand scheme of things. So a lot of times I'd be really upset over, you know, avoiding into air, calling me day are a girl that I thought was my friend, not truly being my friend talk behind my back. And I just felt a lot of insecurities growing up, and I felt very alone at times and very like, oh my gosh. The entire world, this happened to but really, I'm probably not the only person in the entire world. And that's kind of my thought process with the book came from is hoping that other people might read situations and really to them and think, wow, I was going through a similar situation or. Yeah, I felt exactly that same way. And I'm glad to hear not the only one and life does get better. And it's not as bad as it really does seem at the time. So starting first grade and already right off the bat boy travels. And I'm already way crazy at the age of what is that seven going through different situations of having a crush on the point class getting the courage to tell him that I like him only to have him say, you're not so cool. I definitely don't like you back and feeling deflated and feeling like you're not good enough kind of battling those different emotions. I never reflect even as it goes into my older years, the first time I asked a boy out to be my boyfriend getting rejected in school and feeling like, oh my gosh. I got the courage to ask the boy off for the very first time in my way, friend and couldn't have been less interested in just how you battle those emotions get through the disappointments. And how old is the boy, I think that was toward the seventh grade chanter. The all never forget as a mother, when I became the mother of two boys. That's when I realized why boys weren't paying attention to me in seventh or eighth grade. They're they're thinking about what, what time I going to serve. They're not even trying to hurt your feelings. And yet, so many girls are hurt, by the way boys treat them at that age. Yeah. So what do you want to see happen with this book? I hoping that people at a younger age as well as maybe even older. People could read this book and one, I want I'm hoping people can relate a little bit to my situ. Nations, and I would love for them to read this and see my reflection thirty years old, looking back and see that it's not that bad, and you're gonna be okay. And even if it get you down a little bit. It's preparing for how you're gonna handle situations throughout life, and it's gonna make you stronger and you're going to come out on top in the end and just always had to keep a positive outlook on things. I think it reminds me a lot of chicken soup for the soul. When you read these stories of people going through traumatic events or different situations that you just find a piece of two relate to what's different about my book, is it has. Actual handwritten portions of my diary, so it's you actually reading the misspelled hin writing of a young seven, eight nine ten eleven twelve year old girl, which makes you truly feel like you're stepping into my actual life. I think nice touch Julie. Thank you K L avalanche fears for our future. And she tells us why in our first nonfiction book, entitled, the fugitive of twenty. Twelve we are all fugitives. Now, what is the significance of twenty twelve twelve? Piquet jr. Life will never be the same in this country order world again, and a lot of people predicted out over the years. But I don't take people realized how much it actually did change safe actually it's a lot of change it. I predicted his book now are actually happening in our country. And we are faced with many more changes to come. So it's I call it. My Jonah Baptist book acting to reader to be accountable big truthful admit to what, what is happening. And each one of us had apart at it, what's happening. I think the ones that are suffering, most of the young like from six to twenty five young people have don't seem to have a grounding stand on now. And the suicide rate among teenagers is way up and continue to rise. Because their parents have been too busy. Working and putting food on the table, I guess, to be a real family. And that's one of the things that have to come back. We have to make family's very important in marriage has to become very important again. The rearing of children house to be absolutely essential if we're going to survive in the future. So when I say, we're all injured is now were all running from something from critic. Credit cards to the politics. We don't understand children that we don't understand all of a sudden, everybody has got something that they're trying to escape from state to and there's a Porsche where I do predictions for the future. And in the second part of the book is what we can do individually to start over. It's generally Kay on going on our country right now. And I'm sure you're familiar return Peterson who is out to try to help young men pleading for someone to get some answers to think how to be accountable, how to take charge of their lives. We're facing mini cultural changes if we don't manage his carefully we're going to have many, many years ahead of us that are going to be painful. We have to come back to biblical principles, and people that, that have many Chris. Nations have gotten away from early trading and teaching and we have to come back to the place where we admit to presence of God in our lives. And that this is where the power is at each would doesn't mean run back to find a church someplace. I mean, we just have to get to a place where each one of us and saying, all right, Lord. I don't know if you're real but show me that you are at helped me to walk into the future and manage my problems. All right. Thank you. Marcus west lives. A remarkable life considering an accident that could have destroyed them. Instead, he started writing because he was getting bored. The name of his book, max world, part, fiction Partridge story. He says the horses cows fighting and sex are true. Okay. So tell me about this main character. Mac? Where's mac? What's he doing? He's the one owns a whole bunch of stuff. What's he own owns? The land used to fight and had sex and. Owns a whole bunch of cars cars. He fixes a. How do you get all his money, an invention, kind of like a paint shaker, but it's not for paying for my household goods like your catch aboard Chapa milk. You wanna shake something? Okay. So he got rich, and he bought all these things, and he liked to party, and he liked to have sex, and he liked to travel, and then what happened. He was working he's to be a painting remodeling guy. And one of his employees's he was teaching how the hang sheet rock on top of the ceiling. He dropped it. The guy not MAC and MAC sale off ladder, broke his neck and his back, and that is true. How old forty something? My gosh. So then what happens or get their halo out of here before I got up and then I went to the hospital for a few weeks and wore brace in the body. Gassed may that and lose it everything he's still has his other workers for him. The as the when he got the venture done start thinking about getting that venture and started mansion and that's where all the money came from. And then. He's still doing the painting remodeling and in the end a bodyguard because he was too weak to defend himself and his name was Bruce, and then he got a special attorney, Frank followed me everywhere. Did you come up with something? So you were wealthy for the rest of your life. How did things work out for this guy? Does he learned an important lesson? Give have fun with your life still fun. He can't ride a horse anymore. He likes to get on his yard and has these houses, and he has some land. He is try to live one day to time would not would anything in the always has somebody, you know, around him just in case something happens if he gets five or something, this is just the first one. I've already finished the second one. Okay. You know I'm on the third one right now. And then I got three more after that. That. Series. This is all about MAC, and how he manages to continue finding joy in life, even after he had such a tragic accident years. Yeah. Right. Marcus. Thank you, Charles spring takes notes whenever an idea comes to mind. He's been writing since he was seven, and when his sister passed away, put his poems together with hers, and wrote poetry dead to society. This about romance favorite point called Nana care to fall. Come out, really. Well, when I when I was writing it, I didn't even know what I was doing just sitting down right and stuff. And they just come out of me like perfect not too long. Point. I can't read the short poem from out of the sky. Come maybe four kelpie arrows, plenty this time leaders born, I mean, he shall die prime plenty more on. I leader peeing razor peace with his mini weighing about cruise. No making yet not to die. No man can give him if he never cry. Is that about teeth? Yes. You, you said that you wanted to awaken and bring back life poetry within our society. What does that mean I think it poetry is not a appreciated as much anymore. It's not us like it was a long time ago. And I'd like to bring that back and show people heads needed in this world grains to be more creative more testing in. Do you do? Open mic nights. Like, do you go out and read your poetry to people publicly? Yeah. Have been inhale art show in homo. I read some poetry. They're on me. The anna. How often do you do that on some month? Okay. Do you like doing that? If I got another notebook aboard trio ready ready to be published. Alright charles. That the big step to read your poetry in public, but it's a great.

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"eight nine ten eleven twelve year" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

07:22 min | 2 years ago

"eight nine ten eleven twelve year" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Gun. We rode around in jeeps when when once we broke out of Normandy. The cavalry went out in front leading the way and open roads. And the the point chief the first Jeep going down an empty road. We well, it was generally would be to GPS in an armored car in his squad. And we had six we had three fifty caliber machine guns one on each vehicle three thirty caliber machine guns, each vehicle, the armored car to japes arm, retired armored car had thirty seven MO meter cannon that the white phosphorus. So we had we we could dispatch one hundred bullets in three seconds. If we all got at the same time. So we were on the better in the Germans were was there a point maybe early on and your tour in Europe where it was shoot or be shot where this was. Absolutely. But my point is was that. Must've been a new feeling right there, you were trained as an engineer going to be in Chicago some day. And now you're this kid thrown into France, you haven't shot or killed anybody. And now you're about to do it. I wonder what that moment is like for a young. It's it would be. Entirely new for me because of one hundred and forty men in the troop, I was probably maybe half a dozen of from the city had had never done hunting from age ten like the other guys and the idea of just shooting a rifle at something was new entirely new. So it was it was just unexpected. But. We were trained to do it to me. We had good training. I just finished the book, I told your son spearhead, which is about a World War Two US World War Two actually determines as well. But it was about what the the tank battles were like with the tanks. Tankers? They call them dementia tax with the with the life of those tankers was like, and you know, just how difficult for us to imagine that experience and afterwards when when they were in their seventies eighties. Some of those men were still dealing with the trauma of having to do that. And going back to the scene of the battles. Germany, and France was very therapeutic for them a long way asking the question was it difficult for you. When you came back stateside to get over. What all you went through and Europe. I probably retrospect. Yes. May be at the time. I was simply lost and didn't understand why. But it took me. Until nineteen forty nine that is of four years after I came home before I resolved to become an engineer and entered Illinois instamatic -nology, I was lost for four years. Of course, I had gone to Roosevelt university, and I had ate lunch with Harold Washington. Roosevelt college. Yeah. But I was lost. I was studying languages and rushing attacks. Okay. You are student till you going to school, but no no direction no direction. And maybe no even. To me that would be the least by concerns, I know kids going to school. Now, they don't know what the what from down is what they should be doing with their lives. But you seem to be now. And maybe then you were emotionally mentally pretty stable after all of that. I don't think so looking back. No, no. Because I if I had been rational would have done entirely different things were almost out of time. And I know you do videos you talk to organizations and schools, which just amazing any blast of survey. Ships are words you have for our listeners right now. I am. Very much concerned about the way the world is going. I think I think America should have kept a draft. That was the greatest thing because I could've never met two guys that I met without to draft. And it's a serious loss to to not have to drive me. Don't know we're separated, we're we're isolated will you? We don't know other Americans. We can't know them and the draft would've avoided that I'm very sorry about that. And somebody got to somebody to do something about that many year to isn't that much out of somebody's life is that it's not just that you'd meet other Americans, but it would be service to your controversial relearning. What you learn the army. Plus you can do. All kinds of learning and the arm. There's a lot to learn. So I wonder how your son feels about that for you in the military at any point. No, I wasn't. I grew up in the gap between the at Phnom and whatever came later. Yeah. See I I don't know if you and I probably older than you. But as a young boy Vietnam was being waged in there. I am eight nine ten eleven twelve years old, and I'm getting closer and closer to draftable age and terrified me. I mean as an adult today, I still think I knew kids whose brothers. We're going to get drafted or were in the army, and and I I just could not comprehend having to do with those men were doing what you did, sir. And if even that left in oppression on me all these years later, right? So so I think you know, what you did. And what you're asking people to consider today is is not only commendable, but is very challenging. That's not some. I expected you to say there's there's something wrong with this country. And that's why we've got the president. We've got. And we don't have to go there. That's another show. Back. You know what I will? We won't even talk about that. But Marvin congratulations. Thank you for your service. Good Lord, and congratulations on on living such a long healthy and evidently amiable life. I'm anxious for you to go back to France on the seventy fifth anniversary. We're looking forward to Marvin's. Thank you Sussman and Mark thank you both for coming in. We bring them back again sometime you call will come out of people watch his videos, by the way. Been searched Marvin Sussman. I love this guy. I got a ninety five year old telling me how to do YouTube. This is instructive fellas. Thanks for coming by your live.

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"eight nine ten eleven twelve year" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

05:12 min | 2 years ago

"eight nine ten eleven twelve year" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Whether it's Bryce Harper JT, real Muto jeans, Agoura, Andrew mccutchen, David Robertson. And when their biggest move was made bringing in Bryce Harper. And there's been this thought process all might trout is an eagles fan. Mike trout grew up in millville, New Jersey. Maybe Mike trout will find a way to Philadelphia when his contract is done with the angels. And when Bryce Harper was introduced, he talked about my trout, he did a interview with w I p one of our Phillies. A lot of people are saying, well, there's some and going on here. He's talking about getting Mike trout to the Philadelphia Phillies. So there was that belief. There was that thought process and shout is avoided really talking about this conversation before he says, hey, it's inevitable. People are going to talk about it with my links to the area and with how much I do support millville and also Philadelphia with some the sport teams, Mike trout, though as big of a star is he is. And he's the permanent player in baseball. He's worked all the money in the world. He's very quiet. You hear from him. But you don't hear from him. In a way, that's all about himself. He's someone that if he was walking down the streets of New York City or Boston right now. Or even if he was walking down the streets of Chicago wherever I don't know how many people are necessarily recognizing him right away. If he was dressed in regular clothes and walking down the streets. And that's a problem for baseball right now, they have some stars. They're not marketed, though, the right way. And for Mike trout, he likes to keep to himself. You could tell. I'm sure he's fine playing with the angels for the rest of his career judging by the length of the contract, and maybe he doesn't want to go to the big city. Maybe he doesn't want to deal with the big media because I know you could say, oh, well, if you take a look at it. Where he plays on the west coast. It's a big Mark. The angels are not the dodgers. Okay. So with that being said twelve years twelve years four hundred thirty million dollars contract, and it really came out of nowhere. No one's really expecting this. He gets an extension, but that fits the persona of my child. Where you have a player. That doesn't like to talk doesn't like to drum up a lot of noise, and oh, yeah. Out of nowhere. He's going to get a twelve year four hundred and thirty million dollars contract. It's worth every penny. And if I'm him if someone called me up and say, we're gonna off your twelve years four hundred thirty million dollars of remember Bryce Harper got thirteen years, except the only got three hundred and thirty million dollars. And I say only, please if I get one tenth of that one sixteenth of that. I'd be okay. I'll be fine. So you have the situation where trout gets a year less and one hundred million dollars more. It shows you his importance to the game. And how great of a baseball player he is. And it all went in kind of the quiet way that does fit Mike trap. And if you're going to get off of that money now, what are you going to wait to test the free agency waters in a year or two where you may get. Fifteen twenty million dollars more. How much more you're going to get when you're talking about four hundred and thirty million dollars over twelve years. So it was the right move by my shout. The only thing I hope for the game of baseball is that. We get to see this guy in the postseason more because it's a shame that the best player in the sport. Does not have a signature postseason moment. And when you have someone that plays in the west coast. Yeah, we could see Mike trout. You can watch my trout. However, though, he's in the postseason. It's a whole different stage. The entire countries watching when you're in the postseason and Mike trout has only played in three little postseason games against the Kansas City Royals. I hope the angels are moving in the right direction. And hey, they have a long time to get this, right? I must have they trade him. I hope when this contract comes and goes, and we're talking about this and eight nine ten eleven twelve years when it's towards the end of the contract. We're not sitting here saying man, we only got to see Mike trout in a small amount of postseason games because it's really a shame. And it's really bad for the sport that the best player. Is rarely in the postseason with only having. Three games. Three little games.

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"eight nine ten eleven twelve year" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

04:12 min | 3 years ago

"eight nine ten eleven twelve year" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"I've vague memories of doing time trials and so on and the border. So when he was living in Scotland hit a an injury. Made to be turned him onto the bike. Right. Remember stories, and I've seen pictures of all these cool bikes that he was given. I don't think he really remembers to be honest. I think he people are on their remember him turning up ten mile time thrones and things like that. Are these could be urban legends known? But I'd love to stay to these because I know dad's like he's just he's memories questionable dawns. Love to hit. I can imagine you probably. Of these ten mile John Rodgers absolutely destroyed everyone in like a horrific position. Just just putting out an is not of once just nine dad. Dabbled with Joe Athlon and try and try because he's terrible but I- draft on and cycling off to running. Just why he did that. I think just to just to keep himself all keep on trying to transition himself out of this life is an endurance athlete. And I think he was quite good. And I think you're right. I think he had a bad bike accident. Really bad someone opened that door on him. And I think that was the end of it. Taught not only scared, but it actually did some serious damage. So those that do remember that reading about the as well think it was covered in the in the papers and scold. On beaten, surely. Coco through Steve coming out to the goal that Great Britain. Silva? And what was it like for you? Then as a runner as from being the son of CBA vet was on was on a positive thing was a pressure or did you don't really feel that. The question. I get off the law, actually. Security. I would just sort of fight off on a deal on. I I just got. got. On my own sort of man, you know, I'm doing my thing. And yet he was what he was. But I don't know looking back at it. Now is this sort of eight nine ten eleven twelve year old, you know, competing at a level as you could at that age. I think it was whether I liked it not the is always on me. It was our number. Always introduced to the stadium is Steve vent, son. Never that. I didn't know any different. But in my mind is like I've got a massive advantage diva. That's my father. He's my coach. None of these guys have that they all know that it's going to be intimidating by think I used to worry myself sick before ICES are number. My first national fawn when I was ten. We lined up house all horrifically sick of nerves before in the warm up. I said that condu- in a state he said he'd be right? You know, he's fine. And I when we go on line, and I walked up to the start to the start of the man with the firing pistol inside. So I don't wanna rice said, well, I don't conto this. And he's looked at me and Connell, loft and said, okay. Well, you can have to tell the sort of fischel efficiency. I don't wanna rice or rice, dotted Dow's at the back straight. And he was looking for sucks, Freddie, and I was walking across the infield. I just couldn't do it. And I think when you look at that. And what a terrible experience for ten year old kid to gusher we flew to that rice before back to it Iago bed. I actually won the national champs following year. I think I remember when I did winner ice, which is pretty much every rights. I did. Age. It was release. It wasn't really happy. For ten eleven twelve year old kid. I don't think that's healthy. And that was my goal. The Dow was relax supportive on. Sort of mental. I could have off all that. That was just me. And that's that's the type of person. I am. I put everything into everything. I'm doing. Yeah. I dealt with it. I learned to deal with that. But yeah, I if I compare the feeling before cycling race to to the feelings before athletics race when I was a kid..

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"eight nine ten eleven twelve year" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

04:39 min | 3 years ago

"eight nine ten eleven twelve year" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

"And Jay. Wearing. Like extras in the beat at video. This is thanks. You mean for Saatchi? No, I main versus I couldn't afford the Archie. All laughing. The new FOX show the cool kids, and we are joined by one of these stars. David, Alan rear welcome. Honored to have you. Share a building in New York City. Fifty four thousand eight. It was high, read the mandate, very not doorman. Every oil man let me but. But. Shea shop in Bel Air. Can't even get into BelAir. They said, I guess Mr.. They will. They will let you. Tell us about the new show on FOX will the reason why I wanted to come on here specifically skip because this show out of all the shows in my career skip. This is tailored for you. This is for skip Bayless. It's about crusty dust. As you know, very old moldy people say skip like living in a senior living facility, and you said you in your beloved where shady meadow l. we're we're right here. Okay. Okay. All right. Okay. But you're not live with young people like shy show. No. Wrestler lot older than. Basically, that's what it is a bunch of senior citizens living in the senior community. And really the message of the show is old people do everything. Young people do just slower more methodically. They don't get caught either. Nobody's trying to sneak up on grandma. Becker DM's and her checks. Having a lot of fun. So you play character, sorta like Shannon place here on the show plays on cry. And Chris cooler, Shannon. All the fame. So you do live here in Los Angeles now, obviously, and all of a sudden you have a neighbor named LeBron James. How do you feel about him being a Laker? I think I think he's, he's. I mean, I don't have any. I mean, I love Kobe, but I love the brand now. I think he's he's got it got to be better. Have you seen the Lakers in Lao better. Eight, nine, ten, eleven twelve years. Come on. This is beautiful. I thought you're saying it's got to be better than Kobe. No, no, there's no comparison. Kobe did his thing. He retired bike you. They ever play against each other. Maybe once in a little bit, there's not. I don't see what the friction is LeBron has his legacy his career. Kobe has his, they're different types of players. Okay. Physically everything. So I don't know. We got a Little Brown. We got room for you too. Thank you LeBron we talked about LeBron and his his greatness on the court, but let's talk about his greatness off the court and you yourself and your father were active in the community? Yes. You read your your dad March with Dr king when he came to Detroit, I'd until you what my father Dr. William H Greer, he co wrote black raids, which was a seminal book in nineteen sixty eight about why exactly. I think the black rage defense has been used more, but I think it deals mostly with the residual pain and legacy of slavery. And as it affected African Americans in the sixties and still today, you know, and how we move past it and what we as a community are dealing with. So that's, but actually people don't really know this. I said his book is used as a black rage defense, and he really was not for that. Not about that, but it was more enlightened than teaching. So yeah. So you met doctor king or you know, Madame like a mile away. You know, I was a little kid and frankly our parents, this is what we're doing, and we as a family March to now, I never met doctor king, but I'm proud to say that I marched with them and that's the kind of household I grew up in being socially aware. So where are we with the whole Colin cabernet development scene where we are is Colin cabinet is still has not been hired by an NFL team. And at this point I ask myself, would that be viewed as a cynical act?.

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"eight nine ten eleven twelve year" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

05:02 min | 3 years ago

"eight nine ten eleven twelve year" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

"Margaret. She's sixty five. She likes to party. She no take, no John. Margaret, put the liquor down. We take you out to get drunk. I am fine with my booze. Jay. Squaring. Like extras in the beat it video versus you mean for sake? No, I'm mean versus I couldn't afford the Chee. All laughing. The new talk, show the cool kids, and we are joined by one of these stars. David, Alan rear welcomed honored to have you. Building in New York City fifty, fourth, and eighth. It was high rid. Doorman. Have your man. Let me. Up in Bel Air. It was. The Bill. They said Mr.. They will. They will. Tell us about the new show on FOX will the reason why I wanted to come on here specifically skip because this show out of all the shows in my career skip. This is tailored for you. This is for skip Bayless. It's about crusty dust. As you know. Very old moldy people say skip were like living in a senior living facility, and you say you in your beloved where shady meadow l. we're right here. Okay. Okay, Dan. All right. Okay. But you not live with young people like shy. No. Wrestler lot older than. Basically, that's what it is a bunch of senior citizens living in a senior community. And really the message of the show is old people do everything. Young people do just slower more methodically. They don't get caught either. Nobody's trying to sneak up on grandma. Decker DM's and her. But having a lot of fun. So you play character, sorta like Shannon place here on the show plays on cry. Chris cooler, Shannon. All the fame. So you do live here in Los Angeles now, obviously, and all of a sudden you have a neighbor named LeBron James. How do you feel about him being a Laker. I mean, I don't have any. I mean, I love Kobe, but I love the brand now. I think he's, he's got it. This got to be better. Have you seen the Lakers in Lau better. Eight, nine, ten, eleven twelve years. Come on. This is beautiful. Thought you're saying it's got to be better than Kobe. No, no, there's no comparison. Kobe did his thing. He retired Bank you. They ever play against each other, maybe once? Yeah. A little bit. There's not. I don't see what the friction is LeBron has his legacy his career. Kobe has his, they're different types of players. Okay. Physically everything. So I don't know. We got a Little Brown. We got room for you too. Thank you LeBron we talked about LeBron and his his greatness on the court, but let's talk about his greatness off the court and you yourself and your father were active in the community? Yes. You read your your dad March with Dr king when he came to Detroit Ida to you, what my father Dr William meets Greer. He co wrote black raids, which was a seminal book in nineteen sixty eight about life xactly. I think the black rage defense has been used more, but I think it deals mostly with the residual pain and legacy of slavery. And as it affected African Americans in the sixties and still today, and how. How we move past it and what we as a community are dealing with. So that's, but actually people don't really know this. I said his book is used as a black rage defense, and he really was not for that. Not about that, but it was more enlightened than and teaching did you. So you met doctor king, or, you know, is Madam like a mile away. I was a little kid and frankly, our parents said, this is what we're doing and we as a family March to no never met doctor king, but I'm proud to say that I marched with them and that's the kind of household I grew up in being socially aware. So where are we with the whole Colin cabinet development? But what a scene where we are is Colin cabinet is still has not been hired by an NFL team. And at this point I ask myself, would that be viewed as a cynical act?.

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"eight nine ten eleven twelve year" Discussed on Business & Biceps

Business & Biceps

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"eight nine ten eleven twelve year" Discussed on Business & Biceps

"John lewis it's the now but but i think that's the ego nuns are eagle in the mail i guess american us macho isn't marquette fifty beautiful women the words of monday ma mr fantasy land whoever's navy has riots i shoot got two hundred million fall like so everybody lives through this magazine shoot up stuff have sexual where many spend a bunch of money but it is fantasy laughable people fake it's fake it has no substance to it in and i know sounds is sound very cornea cliche but when you can wake up when you happy you doing something and you add value to other people's miles another sounds very cliche qassam who will use it on the internet but we could really assist people and that's all corey is doing this all done is doing you assisting people would the gift that you've been blessed with that that's how saga teach right now at a corner i think also horta by my whole thing i've talked about my dialogue of legacy is about the family tree changing about exposed like i didn't get my first personal development book tops twenty years old '19 '20 right in my kids are here at a personal development essentially seminar which is what this is right now right at eight nine ten eleven twelve years old whether they realize or not exposing the next generation to what really makes it happened see in the way like you know in derby he's talked about this before like no of her kids softball i want to be a youtuber while that's a job down but some people would recognize at but i know people making millions dollars doing that job you know in in my my brain is openminded enough to understand that have you ag wants to be youtuber let's go let's start let's start chopping up the videos he's got fired page already.

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"eight nine ten eleven twelve year" Discussed on The Polygon Show

The Polygon Show

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"eight nine ten eleven twelve year" Discussed on The Polygon Show

"These four and five chief cheese opponent how do they do that you don't quite just get a sense of the track and how how incredibly challenging it is and how fast they're moving uh that's the one thing it's tough to translate on television i wish people to come here and see for themselves is it common lewis that athletes go from disappointed this monday switch i've heard a few of us stories about that but i think most people kinda grow up like luger's come up early like eight nine ten eleven twelve years oldest are losing and they may not really get their peak until later in life look at chris master chris master of the united states of started about nine years old and guy works his way through the world cup circuit to olympic games where he finishes 13th both disappointments in and finally here in pyonyang he's able to grab the silver medal the first ever for the united states in men single luge and so it took him a long time to get to that peak skeleton it seems like they kinda get their little bit faster and then you know bobsled as more of a team sport so um i think it really comes down to having the consistent drivers over a couple of gay ames and then you need the right push athletes behind you help each started i have a four year old and i just keep envisioning her asking me to trial by good were here as you said yeah odd guard the dog wiggs wpro you better glitter watch it i've got the boys were 22 accordion i wish is a track if field athlete i wish i had been more aware of the winter sports early on i tell some of the track athletes that i know from covering us it have you guys ever taken a look at bachelet seriously i mean it is so much fun to to be a part of that i think the team aspect but man it would be hard for me to see mount kids going down the track as a lose your skill as an athlete give me a moment where you thought i can't believe this is my job oh my goodness you're going to need another hour too because i have a lot of those moments but i'll go back to my first um.

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