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"elly corry" Discussed on Photofocus Podcast

Photofocus Podcast

05:08 min | 1 year ago

"elly corry" Discussed on Photofocus Podcast

"Hey Horry, welcome. Hey glad to be here. Elly corry. You served in the military for that we all thank you. What branch of the military, did you serve him? I appreciate I actually served in the army that was the branch said, I was part of the military for. I was in the military for just shy four years in, then I was medically retired. That's what was job duties in the military. So my IMO s was an eighty eight Mike, which is just a truck driver that the usual truck driving. Correct. Right. Well, okay. So being eighty eight Mike, you've got a lot of different trucks, that you can't drive you can drive the eighteen wheelers drive, a lot of different trucks. My truck that I drove in Afghanistan was the lead drug. It was a TV, but it had a device attached to the front end called the mine roller and my whole job was to lead the convoy to wherever we're going. And hopefully if there's an ID that the RC P unit in front of us didn't find it would hit my truck in blow me up in not the rest of the convoy. Yeah. It was it was definitely one of those feelings where it wasn't. A oh I hope I don't get blown up. It's a well Wyndham. I gonna get blown up. Fortunately war is he'll part of human nature, and it's a shame. But again, there's people like you help defender countries. So for all that we think tremendously now you said, you retired. You're medically retired. What does that mean? So basically after my deployment, I just my body and my mind is it wasn't working the way it was supposed to, I guess, I've got a lot of different physical disabilities, but the job said, I had to perform I just wasn't able to perform those anymore. So they decided that. The looked me over medically and they decided that because of I was so much. Disabled day would retire me instead of just say, sorry you can't work your char now doing that. So you came back from Afghanistan and you realize PTSD on trolls typical day in the life for you. I a very irritable. So I would snap at a lot of things that before I could just workshop my shoulders, you know, so somebody getting onto me, or, you know, traffic for instance, traffic is a big problem that I have when I'm in traffic when it's heavy traffic. If I boxed in a very, I everybody's got a fighter flight, and when you think about it when you're driving in somebody cuts, you off, most of the time, you're just most people, I guess, are just will that sucks. You know, as where when I get cut off it really start thinking about all of the dangers of you, cutting me off, what could happen. What might happen in instead get very angry. And i've. I'm learning to control that. But it's a lot harder for me. So the military helped out because you found out that it'll pay for you to go back to school, right? Yes. So okay when I joined the military gave me the option to have my previous school paid for. So they've paid off all of my school wombs. So I didn't realize that I could actually go back to school, and the military pay for it as well while, that's awesome. And what did you choose to go back in for? So I chose to do photography. Prior to joining the military. I had gone to wild set to learn how to build custom cars. It was a lifelong during to own my own custom shop end in being medically retired. I can't work on cars. I can't build a car anymore. So my idea was to go to school for photography. To give me a reason to go to car shows to get back involved into the scene that I had grown up with in loved so much, all that's awesome. Now house time if he helped you..

Mike Afghanistan Elly corry Wyndham PTSD four years
"elly corry" Discussed on Z100

Z100

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"elly corry" Discussed on Z100

"Sorry i was just a drop in the cute over the pigmeat well governor deuce well i don't understand is who she says on the phone if i was her i would hongup on you hours ago and what are you gonna do well that would make for from take it running why right thank you tanya thank you if you have an idea for a phone tap someone you know is very gullible very phone tap will let us know about him could elvis duran dot com and click on the phone tap permission granted by all participates the rain phone tap ponting always story in the morning show i'll be another reason i love blue apron that block shows up every wednesday and i just take those fresh ingredients out i do what i need to do chopped saute would ever in an under 45 minutes boom a beautiful meal is there see my comes on fridays and i like that because then i'm set for the weekend i know what the heck i'm gonna nyk and it's right there and i don't have to guess we'll two things that i love about blue apron first of all they don't buy more ingredients than you need because we don't like food waste number two i learn you know me i'm a foodie the s so this week to have stovetop chicken parmesan with uh ill in elite coy dolly pasta look it up pastas them and good elly corry delhi okay it looks like rigor tony okay it's isn't mckenzie word of american tony awards in other words look these chefs at blue apron they really are teaching assumpico also there parmesan crusted steaks with mashed potatoes and broccoli or baked cajun cod if you like fish if you don't like fish to say no fish el vegetarian meals of your vegetarian you can go the vegetarian way and if you take some time off you're not under some kind of contract the senate to you.

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