16 Burst results for "German High School"

"german high school" Discussed on Uncommon

Uncommon

04:45 min | 8 months ago

"german high school" Discussed on Uncommon

"The as sort of immersed with the german language because he's he's methodist round but he did no formal study german at school. Because i wasn't cooled german just off the wall and so he had a basic on the sanding like k. Words maybe watching it through. Tv and stuff like that but then when he was twenty one he went to germany. Lived there for like nine months and so he picked it up completely but what was really odd. He never told my wife when she was studying german high school like that. He knew german. So she struggled with german doing traditional-style german and he was fluent the whole time. We get to germany. When we're about twenty two together. And i join us for a period of time and he just starts like speaking full fluent german. How do you know. And he's like. I learnt when when i was here is so yeah. This makes a lot more sense now. In hindsight yeah. I mean if you wanna really talk about the mechanics of it which is one of my. It's kind of nerdy. But one of my favorite picks. And i think it's also why i've been able to to kind of play a role in making emerge more popular Really talk about the lodge kind of it. It makes sense and the way that i like to talk about. It is based on a framework that was created by this linguists name steven crashing couple decades ago actually where he created this distinction between what he called learning a language and acquiring language and. He said he's are two completely different. Processes are things we can. We can do that both. Try to get us to the to the point of being able to Have language ability so learning is the traditional. You're consciously studying grammar and vocabulary and then you're you know when you're trying to speak you're actually basically trying to use these grant grammar rules that you memorize stuff in real time to kind of translate your thoughts in language..

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"german high school" Discussed on The Ultimate Health Podcast

The Ultimate Health Podcast

04:18 min | 8 months ago

"german high school" Discussed on The Ultimate Health Podcast

"That i was interested in which were older states of consciousness. healing Alternative medicine psychoactive plants and drugs and this organization had sponsor people to do these kinds of travelling fellowships mostly to write about social and political issues. So this is a real departure for them To do something in this area. I didn't i don't know it turned out those newsletters that i wrote. I eventually collected in an edited and published as my second book will the marriage of the sun and moon. But i don't think my intention in setting out was to write another book. So where did you specifically go first. In latin america i went first to mexico to learn spanish And i spent other the school that i wanted to go to in cuernavaca. I went there for half a day and decided that wasn't for me and then up ended up living in a village small with a high indigenous population and i learned. Spanish is by living there and Interesting i wrote a bit about this. But i had learned german high school in four very painful years with hardcore german teacher and spanish. I learned in three months despite living and speaking. And i'm convinced that that's the way you wanna languages you know not by studying grammar not just have to be in a situation where you have to speak it so i i lived in mexico for. I think it was three months and then i was driving in and i drove down through central america to colombia. And i columbia. Was a place that i spent a lot of time. I really love that country. Wanna go back and where you just winging it at the time. Did you know. I'm going to spend a sir okay. You didn't have a specific plan. Ben this much time here and then move on now. I didn't have a plan. Dick shelties had introduced me to several people in the colombian a botanist for example There several areas. I wanted to go to. I want to learn something about iowa. which was very little known in those days. I wanted to look at the use of Magic mushrooms and columbia. Which were you know hippies. Were just discovering. I was very Coca leaf The source of cocaine. And how how. People's use of coca differed from the use of cocaine. So those are some of the things that i want to look at. But i really didn't have much of a plan and were you traveling alone. Did you have like Girlfriend or some some sometimes. It was alone. Sometimes i did have a girlfriend who accompanied for me. Part of the time. I had Some buddies came along for part of the trip or would meet me so all different. I mean i did have stretches of being By myself for sometime sounds like an incredible experience. Takamaro mexico what would it. Did you experiment with any mind altering drugs there. Or did you will certainly cannabis. And i think and then also Shortly before my time there came to an end. I drove to that remote area of oaxaca. the sierra masataka where traditionally Suicide and mushrooms had been used by by shamans and had that was my first mushroom experience. with a woman shaman leonida You know was great and i. i don't know i have a mexico was was also a wonderful experience. It was it was being in a place where people were so connected with nature where the variety of foods was so different You know very vibrant culture again. One that i think. I connected with quite strongly a mentioned you're driving at the time you know seeing everything right at ground level. Did you feel safe at the time. I mean it was way back then but well. I think i had i. My guardian angels were on very active duty. Yeah it was. Areas know for instance that going to that area with where the mushrooms were used..

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"german high school" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

05:55 min | 1 year ago

"german high school" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

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I used to One of my one of my sisters Did the foreign exchange thing and so she went over to germany and was hosted by a family who she had some sort of a problem. I think this is probably the early eighties. Eighteen eighty three so like there wasn't the internet tonight. If you had a problem somewhere you couldn't just like she's in a foreign country and barely speaks german because she took german high school or whatever but like high school level german so she ended up leaving and going befriending some people go and hang out with them for like four weeks instead of staying at the host thing and i don't know if she lost an amazing amount of weight or something she was there as well. Yeah an interesting thing but like the authorities never got involved. Despite the fact that there are some questionable things about you know like she saw the dude of the family lake braise hands to like the life and that kind of thing and she was like. I want no part of that. And so she got the now. It's kind of interesting. Because last time i met a german night put on an amazing motto was very. I have that problem with italians. Italians so before we go on with the show on march sixteenth. Twenty twenty one terrorists calling themselves government agents conspired together and rated this very studio. The free talk live studio. They rated the bitcoin embassy. And the homes of our demento rene and andy spinella and kaleen fordham. Six people were arrested. We call these folks. The crypto six ian freeman spent sixty nine days held hostage and the person named nobody formerly known as rich. Paul still remains in custody. The rest were released on some sort of bail conditions. They are all still facing charges. What can you do to help. Well you can visit the crypto. Six dot com. There's a bunch of information there there's links there's a video and there's multiple ways to which you can donate to their legal defense fund because these charges are not a joke. It's going to take a serious legal team. In many experts to protect the crypto six from further aggression from the state. This case is very likely to set precedent that will affect the world of crypto currency for decades to come you can help them in their fight for liberty and financial freedom by visiting the crypto six dot com again. The crypto six dot com. So since we've been talking about. I know he started with international horrors day. And that's fun and really doesn't have much with bitcoin. Unless of course you happen to be a whore who accept bitcoin and if you are the phone number is six zero three two eight six months. We don't just talk about bitcoin on the show. That's only one thing we cover absolutely but we're gonna talk about bitcoin again. Okay is i imagine. We've covered it more often than average in the last two months. But i haven't been here. I don't know the reason. I talk about bitcoin and when i say bitcoin i mean cryptocurrency in all fairness. I like to talk about minero. Ooh okay what's going on with nothing. Fancy such as sitting there being minero job at his job. And what's it cost of minero. These days you sixty two hundred plus i like that. It was up. It was up to four hundred there for a minute. Well you were just before like maybe a week before you actually got released before. The dip in the whole market theory was almost four grand. I heard about that. yeah and i. I was amazed. Yeah i was just looking at the price of it right now. Why should listeners. Even think about minero because minero is a privacy coin like it's three hundred eight. Oh my god menendez three. Oh eight forty nine right now. Wow that's amazing yeah. It's put on five percent in the last twenty four hours. Fantastic job narrow. So minero is a privacy. Coin with other coins there's no.

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"german high school" Discussed on Impact Pricing

Impact Pricing

05:34 min | 1 year ago

"german high school" Discussed on Impact Pricing

"One of the things. I never fully understood is why power. Bi tableau spotify. Why do they use a different formulaic language. When everybody knows xl right everybody knows that salman but yet they forcing us to use the london new language which we do and i people might team and the younger so they can learn the new languages but at the end of the day it just feels so much easier to dump it into excel because excels out of fingertips language of xl rolls out of tips. I wonder if that's because you and i are old. And we grew up on excel and not on tableau power bi correct. I think that that's a piece of it. But i also think like. I talked to other people not my company in in. It's it's a thought process that universal is that they all use different formulae languages in at the end of the day whether you're doing optimization in our or tableau or xl it's the same basic math but you have to work different ways of writing that that math okay. So i was playing on your lincoln page and while i was on your lincoln page. You got a recommendation from a gentleman named krishna. I won't give his last name for now. But i read the second paragraph of what he wrote because i find this paragraphs so powerful. Nfl read it. I'll make a comment on it. He wrote what impressed me most was his ability to build trusting relationship and gain credibility with a diverse set of stakeholders in the business community. And how quickly. He became a trusted advisor. Okay i think this is a skill that every pricing person needs very few have. Did you plan that out. Was that just. Your nature was at a strategy. How did you. how did you get to that. So what else as this. I've been fortunate my career to have worked at some really tremendous companies and within companies. Worked for some really tremendous people but my first job transition happened. After as at my first company seventeen years right it was traumatic. One of the things. I learned because at the time we had a german high school exchange student living with me when i was making this transition and she was becoming.

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Germany Commemorates Icon of Resistance to Nazism

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 1 year ago

Germany Commemorates Icon of Resistance to Nazism

"Germany is commemorating the hundredth birthday of Sophie Scholl a young woman who became an icon for her role in the anti fascist White Rose resistance group show on all the group members were arrested in nineteen forty three off to scattering leaflets critical of Adolf Hitler's regime and the wall from a balcony at the university of Munich she and her brother Heinz well executed four days later after refusing to apologize the group's story including the shoals siblings gradual awareness and then rejection of the horrors of national socialist ideology and militarism has become a staple of history lessons in German schools is being vaguely dramatizing films plays and even an Instagram account I'm Charles the past month

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"german high school" Discussed on 1-800-Dreamzz with Amelia & Cecilia

1-800-Dreamzz with Amelia & Cecilia

03:50 min | 1 year ago

"german high school" Discussed on 1-800-Dreamzz with Amelia & Cecilia

"I had a crush. I probably wrote it up my friends night while point we had a game called baseball and we had all these guys that we liked and we named them different things. Like if this guy's name was sean and he was like a home. Run like as far as hotness we call them show me and we had foamy who has with pat like. They're they're pretty much all home runs. Except there's some guys like second base like as far as and then it'd be points if they looked at you dude. My friends are run scholastic bowl. It's like trivia essentially for hornets. Ooh i i hate to say this but i think i might have been cooler than you're totally true in is fear being we. We're going to any of that right so then soviet very much i want to take the slash. Just be my god. Hit like never mind i want. They know who you are. But then he did date quite a bit and it's a relationship for a long time college and then after the end of the we had been engaged in so i got on tender and baby. So everybody in my family's like there's a guy so and so from titter allie from tender. There was a guy wrote a unicycle. Day where we unicycle top unicycle. But it was on a bridge. I kept calling back. Got quite cut up but he was michael unicycle from okay. See not oklahoma city. It's okay keep pretty funny. Yeah man online dating best again another episode. Because i don't know there's only so much that you know but no that that is talked about bad dates after eight ben relationship with this guy for almost five years and so when i when we broke up i just was like you know your your best self but as i previously said like i am always like radar vision of around and so i was many many times because there's one guy i feel like i had out of body experience because i was such a horrible day because i think he can't religion for a long time not anymore now on single and ready to mingle was truly like. Oh no no no no girls. She's like an she actually bomb. It was like that kind. Of but i and then all the the write a book from the experience of online dating for six. I went to so dear listeners. I have a problem one around food. In general i get really competitive when it comes to food. I get very competitive. Talk that Around foreign language games. It's very stupid. i know so. I was at german fest with tender day. Who i was like twenty two twenty three and he was at least thirty something. There is a lot of like wait. I just felt like a thirty five. I'm not that old. yeah anyway. So we're at the german language tent game and i'm playing a deacon german high school and i had essentially if the teacher was teaching you what the colors of whether what the colors are in german and i was playing against two other kids like when children children i live a beer in one hand and a flyswatter the other hand and as soon as she calls out the color she's she says it in german and to you have to find a fly swat it and i'm like like ping beer..

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"german high school" Discussed on Ghostwood: The Twin Peaks Podcast

Ghostwood: The Twin Peaks Podcast

03:31 min | 1 year ago

"german high school" Discussed on Ghostwood: The Twin Peaks Podcast

"So Little bit of A. Notes about awards that were film received so. David. Lynch apparently received the. Hope I'm pronouncing this right pre deal. Love me's own seen. Apologies. On. San I'm very. Thank you for granted you. Did Not Take French German high school Susumi but that's essentially the best director award at the two thousand one con film, Festival. Y- and of course Lynch was nominated for best at the Seventy Fourth Academy Awards. But lost to Ron Howard for a beautiful mind. Fill that is a decent film in my opinion, but nowhere near. The level of this film, Mulholland drive I mean. Don't get me wrong. I've got nothing against Ron. Howard I like him as a director, but I feel like David Lynch. Does a little bit more with medium of film than most directors do right and when you see somebody like that. You know I would like to see. I would like to see more recognition for. The creativity behind it and I think it's I think it's hard for some people because it is so non linear. and. A beautiful mind either. I mean I am not going to try and sit here and tell you that I don't wish I haven't been wishing I. Was Jennifer. Connelly since I was eleven years old? But that's. You know it's not one of those room like what really? That's what that's. What really? I mean like I said I. Have Nothing Against Ron. Howard is director. I think very competent director. I just don't. I just don't think he's obviously as imaginative as David. Lynch, or creative. David Lynch I think he's a fantastic. Your teller traditional storyteller. Right and I think he does a great jobs with and there's nothing. There's nothing that. Of Real. Of Real a true stories like a Apollo Thirteen or A Beautiful Mind or That boxing one. Oh A. With. I know here talking with Russell Crowe again yeah. Okay Russell Crowe and Renee Zellweger and he's a boxer. I can't remember Al.. Blurted out later when it's inappropriate, yeah, I just know that obviously Ron Howard. Did he directed Apollo Thirteen? And so low, believe it or not so yeah. Which I love. Your fans at hated it, but I loved Solo. So pretty underrated personally and one of my all time, favorite comedies, which is ridiculous, but I love it is night shift. Did he also. He also jerked splash. If I remember correctly, he did direct splash. which is probably my favorite role that John Candy ever did. So I mean John. Candy Great in. Uncle Buck but my favorite is probably splash so. So obviously nothing is Ron Howard. He's a perfectly acceptable director. Nothing against him. But I obviously. We're favored toward David Lynch in that regard. All right. So I guess some Trivia on this one and. We kinda talked about that a little bit before started recording tonight, but This movie Mahone drive originally was conceived as a TV series..

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"german high school" Discussed on Strange Brew Podcast!

Strange Brew Podcast!

05:32 min | 2 years ago

"german high school" Discussed on Strange Brew Podcast!

"Even when we played Ouija boards, we were just like we called Harry Houdini and we called onto pock. One time we called on to park. On Sid vicious. The basis from the sex pistols and the light bulb fucking burst, and because I think to box still alive. I think two bucks still alive, but we've seen light bursts and she'll like dad that we remorse these doing in for fine like I remember. We're all punk kids in the fucking. Houdini would tell us a joke and shit like that and it was weird and we're my. When my buddy called Hitler on the Ouija, board and we didn't know if he was fucking around with us because we thought it was gonNA die after this because my buddy that taught me how to use the Ouija board was there and she was like he was okay. I'm letting you do it by yourself now and it was like going pretty fast, and it was speaking German words. I could at least tell my. My Dad took German high school at least kind of that the German words, and then it just starts saying Hail Hitler really fucking fast and I was like my buddy couldn't have spelled it that fast and the OUIJA board for it to go that fast. He would have been like practising to get it perfectly like that, but that was fucking weird. We all thought he was going to die when he was walking home. FAULK! Bro Don't book Dr Shit Man. Here and it would this one, and then we can kind of finish it off, but here's a real life account of someone who said they witnessed him I was enjoying an evening with my girlfriend. Taking a well deserved break from my studies. We decide to go out and enjoy are the unusual warm weather has been that. We've been having and go for a walk. Walk as he walked towards the Community Park near the campus. We were talking about our classes. What we had in common amongst a group of people caught her attention as we look towards the group of people about four or five people. Something caught my eye. I looked up to see this thing flying overhead. It was a man. It looked like a man with wings. It's like he flew about ten to twelve feet above us, and was perfectly silhouetted against evening sky in all honesty. It looked like something emerging. Something like something immensely over sized like a sugar glider. The would see back home. Sugar Glider. And it had a rough shape of a sugar glider, but his eyes were nothing like that soft is of the glider. They glowed. We saw for about four seconds before it disappeared from view at first, I thought a man wasn't a hand gladder, but those bloody is they made. They made me think otherwise he she rhymed weird, or whoever this is at first I thought. I I thought of ringing someone, but I didn't know what the tell them had I gone crazy. Let's. was actually a verse to a rap song. Sugar Glider because. Guy I. Has A fucking sugar glider. What did he say? The soft complexion of a sugar gliders is. With the folks a sugar glider. It's like a little squirrel and they like when they they open up like flaps of skin. Called Oh weird so they're saying it's massive one. That's fucking weird. Maybe a mutated in the uis of the. Chemicals that leaked out of that because they say that that's his home, right? Yeah old broken. Broken down it was like it was bonkers and shit. You know what I mean. So fucking knows man. I see like those. I don't know. I'm going to say he's real I'll say that so maybe he's Israel. Who knows maybe mantra from dimension? I got yeah. I got to give credit. Maybe at this point in time. Dude, how I'm open I'm open to. To anything and our you really believe I'm more of a guy that needs evidence like seeing something and. A lot of these people that hunt for cryptos and stuff like that, who will who go sasquatch ing and all this stuff? They usually talk about how when they'd and this is. Why I it's paranormal that when they go out and look for these things that it's better when you have no equipment so. Again! It's weird because usually. Well. That's the point and usually it's weird. How and Ghost sightings a lot of times and shit like technology will drain like their video camera, or whatever will drain so I don't know if it's worth it to do it, but. Some of those cryptic guys go hunting seem fucking bat. Shit crazy is that anything is possible and I can't say if these people saw what they saw dot. I've said this. We've talked about aliens and stuff that like I've seen my own weird shit. Where UFO'S I've looked like I, the hundred percent believe that I had contact with shadow, people or some of dark being. So I want people to believe my story, and like I haven't lost. My details I've told us I was nineteen of everything that happened to me. That's why I say like look at that shadow people, so it's pretty fucked up. But the fact that like I if I want to be believed, and I see these other people that like maybe they dig abducted by aliens, especially, if people that tell the exact same story over and over again, no discrepancies like that's where it gets more convincing. Like Bob Lazar. Do you believe him? Yeah, well I think that he might be on the right page..

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"german high school" Discussed on The Juan on Juan Podcast

The Juan on Juan Podcast

06:53 min | 2 years ago

"german high school" Discussed on The Juan on Juan Podcast

"Again and when we've talked about these cryptic, they all seem to be all compiled into one right. There's also UFO. Sightings Associated With the Mothman. Yeah, and maybe maybe let's say it is something from another dimension right? Let's say it's this archetype or whatever there's all you also have to. You know hold them to account that. There's The observer effect, so maybe it's whatever you want it to be and we've talked about maybe people seeing something and androgen izing it turning into a human right, maybe seeing a bear walking on tyne leg. Yeah, do that type of Shit. Oh it's bigfoot. Wasn't. That's what you wanted to confirmation bias. You want to believe so bad the best what you'll see. How they agree with that. I don't know I don't know. Maybe it is that maybe it is. People Psyche just fucking with. I I never wanted to see shadow people. That's probably the scariest fuck thing and I. The weird thing is I never had, and if you go for listeners, go back, listen the shadow people episode to hear more about that and shut up. mccafe's fucking coming around here meowing. But like that I saw scare the fuck me. I never really sleep paralysis before this maybe one other time, and that time felt some standing on my back so like shit can exist. Is it just my brain playing with me I? Don't fucking know but I sincerely thought that I was getting my soul out of my body, and it was one of the scares experience I've ever had. And I saw a twelve foot, tall shoppers San my doorway when I was trying to sleep I, saw them looking over at me. It's it's not I would want to ever experience again, so I couldn't imagine. Man. I've gone pretty good I getting out of that. Yeah. I told you I have it on the regular. Yeah, and I've got to the point where I can just snap out of it like pretty. Shake yourself out of it. You have to like shakers. I! Never have it like twice in my life and one was i. don't the scariest experience. I don't stick around too long to start seeing I mean I've seen them before, but I don't stick around two to two and one thing that helps since my son sleeps in the room. Yeah, he had a night late for him. So that helps oh! You can't stay in the deepest. Arkan's because I've even wanted my songs. I say that like. Star stare into the deepest black. If you WANNA, see the beyond the laws of facts. Because I was talking about like that when I would try to Astra Project Projecting Shit like that which I think we should episode on its own, just about ash projection purely because. There's a lot of she and look up, but that I mostly do is hosmer. There's times I would just try to by to fall asleep while I was staring at darkness, and then your is, they're playing tricks on you or your sees weird shit, but you start to in the darkness, you'll start seeing like light and bright lights, colors and shit like that. Shut the fuck up cat. Like! I've see a lot of shit like that. Where I? I think that is plausible that if if you stare into dark, pure darkness and the darkest room, there's people that also say when we get an ash projection, Yo say stared a lighter or a candle for a minute right, and then you fuck and turn off the light and go and complete darkness, and then you picture that candle flame in your mind, because if you close your eyes, it will still be there and then. You just keep focusing on that candlelight, and eventually you'll bring yourself out of your body takes a lot of fucking practice though. Yeah. Our. Maybe if you call upon him there, we talked about the Dulcie base now not too long ago, and we talked about how there is supposed people like try to Astra Project to get into this fucking alien base, and then there's theories that they got. They got trapped actually in this fucking base, and that these people either disliked the people that have the Ayrshire projection and got trapped there so as either just died in their sleep, or they were just went to a coma for fucking months, and then they yeah, there's some weird shit Movie by. Leonardo DiCaprio. What's shutter, island or something? Shudder? Island's pretty good, actually just thinking about that movie the other day. That movies fucked up. Here I've won the last to end this on. Then we can to to add world to the possibilities of what might be fucking, and maybe it is something from another dimension, or maybe it is somebody conjoined like these demons that just pop out of some Puerto Right because I think that exists to. Maybe, it's not all metaphysical on. There is some physical aspect to it, but also there was talks about that. Maybe the Mothman is a native American curse like the skin walkers. Shift into these different things, and maybe that day he was feeling Mafi, or somebody spotted him, and he like mean shapeshifts real, quick and your wings, but he doesn't use them, and he's like Oh here. I am as waddling off and shit now we're going to dive into skin walker range down probably down the way in the next like year or two because I wanted to. To adjust and get all the gritty details, but like that that could exist I think and I think people if you fuck with black magic and shit like we just did Alister Crowley, and I think that he fucked around fucked up. He thought he saw stuff, and and you know he fucking. He did a lot of horrific. Sheri's I'm sure he saw a lot of yeah. But he would do crazy ass. Practices like that I couldn't imagine even provoking that side of life even if it makes sister not. Just the fact provoking in is a bad idea. Even when we played Ouija boards, we were just like we called Harry Houdini. And we called on onto pock. One time we called on to park. On Sid vicious. The basis from the sex pistols and the light bulb, fucking burst, and because I think to box still alive I think two bucks still alive, but we've seen light bursts, and like dad that we remorse these doing in for fine like I remember. We're all punk kids in the fucking. Houdini would tell us a joke and shit like that, and like it was weird, and then we're my. When my buddy called Hitler on the Ouija Board and we didn't know if he was fucking around with us because we thought it was gonNA die after this because my buddy that taught me how to use the Ouija board was there and she was like okay. I'm letting you do it by yourself now and it was like going pretty fast, and it was speaking German words. I can at least tell my. My Dad took German high school at least kind of that the German words, and then it just starts saying Hail Hitler really fucking fast, and I was like my buddy spelled it that fast and the OUIJA board for it to go that fast. He would have been like practising to get it perfectly like that, but that was fucking weird. We all thought he was going to die when he was walking home. faulk Bro. Don't look Dr Man. Here others, and it would this one, and then we can kind of finish it off, but here's a real life account of someone who said they witnessed him I was enjoying an evening with my girlfriend..

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"german high school" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

10:58 min | 2 years ago

"german high school" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Been there have been done that I am professor Barry goldsmith and I'm Shannon Bennett if this is your turn first time tuning and then there haven't done that is a show that aims to take you to the places you might have missed both close to home and across the world this week we're here with clouds fields a former guide expedition leader and the current product manager at metropolitan touring in Ecuador welcome to the show class L. three we're we're always happy to have you so today we're gonna talk a little bit about the Galapagos islands off the coast of Ecuador and I understand that you are very familiar with them having led tours and ships and all sorts of things out there wanting to talk with a little bit about the origins of that and how you came to be involved with the Galapagos well I grew up in iniquity my parents were German and I grew up here in the I have to look to have the most amazing a professor at the R. T. a teacher at the German high school will gave us this question about nature so I've I've been involved that you might not have names when I was in elementary school so I always thought nature with would be my career they also have been in contact with the child with my parents a few times and I never thought that would be part of my career years later I became a guided the I'm awesome first so right after graduation from high school then during my college years I became a national guide this guide she and the company hired me as the first expedition leader all drinks are back in in in in there in the mid nineties so I've been in the global that lived there for fourteen years back based in Ecuador base to keep though but I do get to go several times during the year and every time I go there expect the first time it is just magical either okay so you said your your parents are from Germany are you are you from Germany as well or were you born in Ecuador sh no my my parents were German I was born and raised in Kitale and I spent most of my education also and keep going a part of it was in the U. S. so you are Ecuadorian Ecuadorian yes okay cool and I'm just curious growing up there how much access the average child has to the Galapagos islands because you have this you know world famous bio diverse historical monument just right off the coast but how accessible is that if you're not a tourist well there is a matter for the government that's made to try to get everyone to go to the levels of one point fifty and has the courage sixth graders when they finished in sixth grade to do a trip to the Galapagos so that's somehow working out but ellipticals we we we make a great efforts to encourage children especially from from Ecuador to go to the islands and and and get to know them because often times they just go and spend time in the towns and don't go on to the national park which is what most of the couples if they may get back with a positive impression but not on the extraordinary positive impression that's the moment you go into the national park there's a world of difference right there so it's there right now we have about the house the visitors to the lap of goals a little bit under house which are Ecuadorians okay that's definitely an improvement yeah so like school field trips and stuff they'll take the kids over on a boat exactly exactly nothing much of both little day trips based on hotels which is also one way to see the couples so you can do it in a day from key tell them no that would be too short okay and apples is a far distance from mane of Ecuador's hundred nautical miles away sits in the middle of the ocean so you need to fly in which almost takes a whole day and then you fly back so you must keep that in check when you're going to go out because they're trying in and find out which is practically two days are days minimum so how many islands are we talking that make up the Galapagos it did most of the if you look in Google most of their about pages will say ninety nine S. and they tend to agree you have thirteen large islands and six small there are then then you have hundreds of islets and rocks so it's it's it's a very very large archipelago it's huge I think most people want the land to go up was the first thing you hear it while this is H. I think a lot of tiny little island side by side it's about defied the grease or for the US it's about the size of the state of Michigan the collectibles national park in the marine research okay so and I mean you mentioned these little islands that may not even be large enough for anything to live on so the geography that we're looking at here is entirely volcanic in origin I imagine that is correct it's a it's a fairly young group of artists that was formed in the middle of the ocean by a hot spot that means that they can Hawaii the the mark but breaks to cross the oceanic crossed in starts producing volcanoes but this hot spot is near okay Tonix Travis it produces a lot of islands will change he said look a little bit messy at first glance but put you all of you to something that makes perfect sense it back in Hawaii it's a it's a factory of local channels the youngest team in the on the on the western part of Glasgow's annual designer on these but the oldest island is less than five million years old which is geologic beach baby okay I'm Chris all well how much does the terrain differ island to island well that's one thing but if you go to the west and you see those very lofty volcanoes that might go up five six thousand feet above sea level and then they drop another enormous amount you look at the tips of monstrous norms cultural baggage thank you know why so those are a few legal the west as you move to the center that the different topical Candice so the flight arrived in and then on the east they're completely slapped with occasional bumps without spotter cones in tough coach so it all kind of nature odds some cases you walk people who love of fuel so this looks like talk with frosting that just strolled over night and now you walking on top of the ripples and swells and and well all roses and all sorts of our major search quite an experience which works but it's not easy and because of its accounting nature is about our roads and trails the national parks so that case you need good footwear and but if it's going from unfortunately each accessible for wheelchairs are okay the card the volcanoes active or inactive most of our activities in fact go about how long does is one of the most active places on earth it felt like in Hawaii where you have one book you know that has been ongoing for decades every year we have some sort of accounting activities sometimes is just a few drummers gaps all travel between box which is very rare and and nothing to define which will complicate the burst into a little all I'll be out of magnetic explosions which is magnetic Waterbeach what comes out is beautiful all well don't ask why just the atmosphere that's about it so it's it's like in Hawaii if you start all Y. interruptions knees up the mildest ructions in the scale of a corruption when the happened we immediately see how do we do to get to see it as close as possible with our ships perfectly safe you just need to reverse the lava flowing into the ocean and it's an amazing show I've seen it a few times in my life and it it it never gets old when was the last Russian we have just last year of all of the beautiful Russian on the subway in the order of the book and she called region I'm curious you mentioned that the islands themselves are fairly young and they are off the coast of the mainland so do do people live on any of the Galapagos islands or have they ever yes we have people living in the islands very small a population of the first inhabited worlds of the Irishman in the in a few hundred years ago R. and then we have the Ecuadorians will settle in in the early nineteenth century very few people found living in Galapagos attractive initially so the government made it into a prison colony first political prisoners than the average criminal was sent to the Galapagos thank you the global and Columbia are out the truck's already know strand yeah it was it was another very nice trees were pretty sure and the debate that prison was abolished well the same year the national parks started so if you think about it from being punished intractable apples that same year people start paying a lot of money to go to the same place is the facility still there sh there are very few things left over the most impressive part is if it is a stone wall left in the subpoena call to add more to the left lagging muscle of the wall of cheers which is a huge ball in the middle of nowhere that the prison warden decided to have the prisoners still eighty after date because they could just sit around lady the prisoners so he haven't built a huge wall in the middle of nowhere that's that's left yeah that's unexpected so yeah you mentioned that it became a national park if I remember correctly I think Ecuador was the very first country in the world to acknowledge that nature itself had legal rights that's correct that's our beaches out constitution the stock twentieth constitution shall I hopefully with that since eighteen twenty twelve to at five twenty what is the first constitution that gives nature of the same rights almost as people saw it if mother nature so any enterprise anything you do in Ecuador first you have to ask yourself is this going to affect mother nature in which case it will be in constitutional if you did all righty that's great yeah I think that's such a great standard that we've definitely seen a ripple effect of throughout the rest of the developed world and even in places that are still developing they're beginning to grant rights to the natural order so I could or really was kind of a cornerstone in that type of of thinking may I also ask one thing about that because it's a very small country Ecuador is one of the smallest countries in South America yep twenty percent off our service is protected by the government because you could argue that the developing nations should use every bit of lands to try to produce something that could be exploited and.

Barry goldsmith Shannon Bennett professor
"german high school" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

12:22 min | 2 years ago

"german high school" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Show class L. three we're we're always happy to have you so today we're going to talk a little bit about the Galapagos islands off the coast of Ecuador and I understand that you are very familiar with them having led tours and ships and all sorts of things out there wanting to talk with a little bit about the origins of that and how you came to be involved with the Galapagos well I grew up in iniquity my parents were German and I grew up here in the I have to look to have the most amazing a professor at the teacher at the German high school will gave us this question about the hub of nature so I've I've been involved that you might not have names when I was in elementary school so I always thought nature with would be my career one day but also I've been in good apple to the child with my parents a few times and I never thought that would be part of my career years later I became a guided the I'm awesome first so right after graduation from high school then during my college years I became a National Guard the clock is kind sh and the company hired me as the first expedition leader Alton drinks back in in in in in there in the mid nineties so I've been in the global that lived there for fourteen years now back based in Ecuador base to keep though but I do get to go several times during the year and every time I go there it's like the first time it is just magical either okay so you said your your parents are from Germany are you are you from Germany as well or were you born in Ecuador sh no my my parents were German I was born and raised in Kitale and I spent most of my education also and keep going a part of it was in the U. S. so you are Ecuadorian Ecuadorian yes okay cool and I'm just curious growing up there how much access the average child has to the Galapagos islands because you have this you know world famous bio diverse historical monument just right off the coast but how accessible is that if you're not a tourist she well there is a matter for the government estimates to try to get everyone to go to the levels of one point for the and the courage sixth graders when they finish the sixth grade to do a trip to the Galapagos so that's from how working out but ellipticals we we we make a great efforts to encourage children specially from from Ecuador to go to the islands and and and get to know them because often times they just go and spend time in the towns and don't go on to the national park which is what most of spectacles if they may get back with a positive impression but not on the extraordinary positive impression that's the moment you go into the national park there's a world of difference right there so it's there right now we have about the house the visitors to the lap of goals a little bit under house which are Ecuadorian okay not a definite improvement yeah so like school field trips and stuff they'll take the kids over on a boat exactly exactly nothing much of both little day trips based on hotels which is also one way to see the couples so you can do it in a day from keto then no that was it short okay and apples is a far distance from the main of the quarters hundred nautical miles away sits in the middle of the ocean so you need to fly in which almost takes a whole day and then you fly back so you must keep that in the account you're going to go out because that trying it and find out which is practically to base our days minimum so how many islands are we talking that make up the Galapagos it most of the if you look in Google most of their about pages will say ninety nine lives and they tend to agree you have thirteen large islands and six small there are then then you have hundreds of islets and rocks so it's it's it's a very very large archipelago it's huge I think most people want the land to go up was the first thing you hear it while this is big I think a lot of I need that light and side by side it's about defied the grease or for the US it's about the size of the state of Michigan the laptop was national park in the marine research okay so and I mean you mentioned these little islands that may not even be large enough for anything to live on so the geography that we're looking at here is entirely volcanic in origin I imagine that is correct it's a it's a fairly young group of artists that was formed in the middle of the ocean by a hot spot that means that they can Hawaii the the mark my brakes to cross the oceanic crust in starts producing volcanoes but this hot spot this year okay Tonix Travis it produces a lot of islands will change he said look a little bit messy at first glance but put your old uses something that makes perfect sense it back in Hawaii it's a it's a factory of local channels the youngest team in the on the on the western part of Glasgow's annual designer on these but the oldest Fonda is less than five million years old which is geologic beach baby okay so well how much does the terrain differ island to island well the old county that's one thing but if you go to the west and you see those very lofty volcanoes that might go up five six thousand feet above sea level and then they drop another enormous amount you look at the tips of monstrous Norman back in Hawaii so those are a few legal the west as you move to the center that the different topical Candice so they're flatter islands and then on the east they're completely slapped with occasional bumps without spotter colds and coughs colds she took it all panicky nature odd some cases you walking over lava fields with this looks back talk with frosting that just froze overnight and now you walking on top of the ripples and swells and and all what kind of roses and all sorts of our major search quite an experience which works but it's not easy and because of the nature of our roads and trails the national parks or that piece you need good footwear and but if it's going from unfortunately each accessible for wheelchairs are okay the card on file que nos active or inactive or active in fact go about how long does is one of the most active places on earth it felt like in Hawaii where you have a wonderful team that has been ongoing for decades every year we have some sort sometimes it's just a few drummers gaps all travel between box which is very rare and and nothing to write about but which will complicate me burst into a little all I'll be out of magnetic explosions which is magnetic Waterbeach what comes out is beautiful all clouds of ash the white is the apple spinach that's about it so it's it's like in Hawaii if you start all kawaii interruptions view that the mildest of options in the skill level corruption when the happened we immediately see how do we do to get to see it as close as possible with our ships perfectly safe you just need to reverse the lava flowing into the ocean and it's an amazing show I've seen it a few times in my life and it it never gets old when was the last Russian we have just last year of all of the beautiful correction on the subway in the order of the book and she called region I'm curious you mentioned that the islands themselves are fairly young and they are off the coast of the mainland so do do people live on any of the Galapagos islands or have they ever yes we have people living in the islands very small a population of the first inhabited worlds of the Irishman in the in a few hundred years ago and then we have Ecuadorians will settle in in the early nineteenth century very few people found living in Galapagos a tractive initially so the government made it into a prison colony first political prisoners than the average criminal was sent to the Galapagos thank you the global and Columbia are out the truck's already know strand yeah it was it was another very nice trees were pretty sure and the debate that prison was abolished but the same year the national parks started so if you think about it from being punished being set to go up that same year people start paying a lot of money to go to the same place is the facility still there there are very few things left over the most impressive part is if it is a stone wall left in the survey now all too late model LS Lowry muscle of the bowls cheers which is a huge ball in the middle of nowhere that the prison warden decided to have the prisoners will be up to date because they could just sit around lady the prisoners so he haven't built a huge wall in the middle of nowhere that's that's left yeah that's unexpected so yeah you mentioned that they became a national park if I remember correctly I think Ecuador was the very first country in the world to acknowledge that nature itself had legal rights that's correct that's our beaches out constitution the stock twentieth constitution shall I looks like we've got to be twenty twelve to twenty what is the first constitution that gives nature of the same rights almost as people saw it it's mother nature so any enterprise anything you do in Ecuador first you have to ask yourself is this going to affect mother nature in which case it will be in constitutional if you did all righty that's great yeah I think that's such a great standard that we've definitely seen a ripple effect of throughout the rest of the developed world and even in places that are still developing they're beginning to grant rights to the natural order so I could or really was kind of a cornerstone in that type of of thinking may also ask one thing about that because it's a very small country Ecuador is one of the smallest countries in South America yep twenty percent off our service is protected by the government because you could argue that the developing nations should use every bit of land to try to produce something that could be exploited and we keeping twenty percent off our land is national park is protected by the government and it's also the smallest country are from the seventeen megabyte rich countries on earth so for anyone who's never heard of Ecuador think of it as a country but it packed with species were among the first five in birds in other stadiums in reptiles bascue our plans okay so it it it is really a paradise for nature which is why my my high school teacher came to Ecuador to teach of the German school of birth place because he said or a fine or somebody who loves nature the best place on earth is equitable and you also have the Amazon too so no matter what kind of wildlife you like Ecuador has it all yeah let's talk a little bit about the the legacy of wildlife in Ecuador because our understanding of the natural order really originated there with Darwin landing and a lot of silence so I am guessing that when you're leading these tours you might stop by some of the places that he did and observe some of the things that he did that changed our understanding of nature itself that is correct now don't spend a lot of people spend only five weeks in Galapagos cells in eighteen thirty five in September fifteen and initially told was really happy that he was getting back into tropical regions because he had spent some time in Brazil and he was overwhelmed by what a rainforest could produce in terms of biodiversity so he was thrilled about the group will fly that's right on the equator there will be lush and green and he arrived in mid September which is the.

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"german high school" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

11:02 min | 2 years ago

"german high school" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Shannon back welcome to the latest episode of been there have been done that I am professor Barry goldsmith and I'm Shannon Bennett if this is your first time tuning in Ben there haven't done that is a show that aims to take you to the places you might have missed both close to home and across the world this week we're here with Klaus fields a former guide expedition leader and the current product manager at metropolitan touring in Ecuador welcome to the show Klaus well to me we're we're always happy to have you so today we're going to talk a little bit about the Galapagos islands off the coast of Ecuador and I understand that you are very familiar with them having led towards and ships and all sorts of things out there wanting to talk with a little bit about the origins of that and how you came to be involved with the Galapagos well I grew up in iniquity my parents were German and I grew up here in the I have to look to have the most amazing a professor at the a TF teacher at the German high school will gave us this question about the hub of nature so I've I've been involved that you might not have names when I was in elementary school so I always thought nature with would be my career one they also have been interrupted with a child with my parents a few times and I never thought that would be part of my career years later I became a guided the Ahmanson first so right after graduation from high school then during my college years that he can amass National Guard the Glock right sh and then the company hired me as the first expedition leader Alton drinks back in in in in in there in the mid nineties so I've been in the global that lived there for fourteen years now back based in Ecuador basing keep though but I do get to go several times during the year and every time I go there expect the first time it is just magical either okay so you said your your parents are from Germany are you are you from Germany as well or were you born in Ecuador sh no my my parents were German I was born and raised in keeps all and I spent most of my educational so and keep going a part of it was in the US so you are Ecuadorian I'm Ecuadorian yes okay cool and I'm just curious growing up there how much access the average child has to the Galapagos islands because you have this you know world famous bio diverse historical monument just right off the coast but how accessible is that if you're not a tourist she there is an effort the government estimates to try to get there everyone to go to the levels of one point took the and has the courage sixth graders when they finished in sixth grade to do a trip to the Galapagos from how working out but global goals we we we make a great efforts to encourage children especially from from Ecuador to go to the islands and and and get to know them because often times to just go and spend time in the towns and don't go on to be a national park which is what most of spectacles if they may get back with a positive impression but not on the extraordinary be positive impression that the moment you go into the national park is a world of difference right there so it's there right now we have about the house the visitors to a lot of goals will get under house which are Ecuadorian okay not a yeah so like school field trips and stuff they'll take the kids over on a boat exactly you know so much of both little day trips based on hotels which is also one way to see the couples so you can do it in a day from keto then no that was it short okay and apples is a far distance from main of Ecuador's hundred nautical miles away sits in the middle of the ocean so you need to fly in which almost takes a whole day and then you fly back so you must keep that in the truck when you're going to go out because that flying in and find out if I could be two days are there days minimum so how many islands are we talking that make up the Galapagos most of the if you look at Google most of their about pages will say ninety nine lives and they tend to agree you have thirteen large islands and six small there are then then you have hundreds of islets in the box so it's it's it's a very very large archipelago it's huge I think most people want the land didn't go up was the first thing you hear it wow this is H. R. they expect a lot of I need that live in side by side it's about the size of Greece or for the US it's about the fights all eight of Michigan the collectibles national park in the marine research okay so and I mean you mentioned these little islands that may not even be large enough for anything to live on so the geography that we're looking at here is entirely volcanic in origin I imagine that is correct it's a it's a fairly young group of artists that was formed in the middle of the ocean by a hot spot that means that like in Hawaii the the mark my brakes to cross the oceanic crossed in starts producing volcanoes but this hot spot this near okay tonics Travis it it produces a lot of islands will change he said look a little bit messy at first glance the put your old uses something that makes perfect sense it back in Hawaii it's a it's a factory your local channels the youngest bean and the on the on the western part of the levels in the oldest honor on these but the oldest on them is that five million years old which is your logic the baby okay I'm prince all well how much does the terrain differ island to island well the old time each that's one thing but if you go to the west and you see those very lofty volcanoes that might go up five six thousand feet above sea level and then they drop another enormous amount you look at the tips of monsters Norman thank you know why so those are if you will she goes on the west as you move to the center that the different topical Canada so they're flatter online then and then on the east they're completely flat with occasional all without spotter colds and coughs colds sh so it all kind of nature and some cases you walking all the lava fields with this looks back talk with frosting that just SO froze overnight and now you walking on top of the ripples and oils and and well all roses that also sort of our major search quite an experience which works but it's not easy and because of its will conduct nature about off road trails the national park so that peace you need to wear and but if it's going unfortunately each accessible or we choose our the card the volcanoes active or inactive most of our activities in fact go about how well does is one of the most active places on earth it's not like you know why we have one will keep that has been ongoing for decades every year we have some sort of trance is just a few drummers yeah well I was very rare and and nothing to get find out which but I will complicate most of the burst into a little luck all I'll be out of magnetic explosions which is back made Waterbeach what comes out beautiful all clouds of ash the largest yeah alright so it's it's like in Hawaii if you start all kawaii interruptions she knew that the mildest l'action in this killed abductions up when the happen we immediately see how do we do to get to see it as close as possible with our ships perfectly safe you just need to reverse the lava flow you to the ocean and it's an amazing trouble I've seen it a few times in my life and it never gets old when was the last Russian we have just last year of of the beautiful Russian on the survey the order of the book and she called region I'm curious you mentioned that the islands themselves are fairly young and they are off the coast of the mainland so do do people live on any of the Galapagos islands or have they ever yes we have people living in the islands very small all a population of the first inhabited worlds of the Irish man in the in a few hundred years ago and then we have Ecuadorians will settle in in the early nineteenth century very few people found living in Galapagos attractive initially so the government made it into a prison colony first political prisoners than the average criminal was sent to the Galapagos thank you the global and Cologne BR Alcatraz or even Australia it was it was another very nice trees were pretty sure and the debate the prison was abolished well the same year the national park started so if you think about it from being punished being critical apples that same year people start paying a lot of money to go to the same place is the facility still there there are very few things left over the most impressive part is if it is a stone wall left in the seven now all too late model LS land the muzzle of the wall of cheers which is a huge ball in the middle of nowhere that the prison warden decided to have the prisoners fills the up to date because they could just sit around lazy the prisoners so he haven't built a huge wall in the middle of nowhere that's that's left yeah that's expected at this so yeah you mentioned that they became a national park if I remember correctly I think Ecuador was the very first country in the world to acknowledge that nature itself had legal rights right that's our they just out of the constitution the stock twentieth constitution shall I hopefully with that in twenty twelve to we are the top twenty what is the first constitution that gives nature of the same rights will assist people solve it mother nature so any enterprise anything you do in Ecuador first you have to ask yourself is this going to affect mother nature in which case it would be constitutional if you did he that's great yeah I think that's such a great standard that we've definitely seen a ripple effect of throughout the rest of the developed world and even in places that are still developing they're beginning to grant rights to the natural order so I could or really was kind of a cornerstone in that type of of thinking may I also ask one thing about that because it's a very small country Ecuador is one of the smallest countries in South America yet twenty percent off our service is protected by the government because you could argue that the developing nations should use every bit of land try to produce something that could be exported and.

Barry goldsmith Shannon Bennett professor
"german high school" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

02:33 min | 3 years ago

"german high school" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Seen that happen he's gonna be like the last one doing as it was last year they see they finally turned the tide you know they they dealing was ending you don't really see it happening anymore now the son he's trying to bring it back to the cold bad news for the NFL if this kicks in again next I will lay off four hundred staffers from its marketing unit about a third of the department is going to New York times today Hooper first destroys the car business right destroys the taxicab business and they can't sustain their model the advertising doesn't deal with the V. drivers relates to making three dollars an hour when they consider everything they're doing so they drive everybody else out of business you just watch the older is gonna up their rates now that this does to dance to compete with them or lifted lifting over going to realize these drivers not making any money nobody wants to do it well you're not allowed to tip them which you should sort of remember to be built into the price they say they said no but then they changed it because now if you open your app after your ride you want to see if your driver the problem is if you forget to re open your app you forget to tip blooper has expanded over each know these different things but it does show that once they went public they need to now watch their spending yeah they need to watch our spending they also need a model this are going to destroy the worker bees workers Dio blame them for standing up and going crazy but the me time all the sedan operators out of a job so they're giving way to over you the driver these go out of the business I think people are coming background because I will say this you know the right you know the group the absolute not I now what when traveling for work I used to do overs I will book private cars now because it was reliable enough for me in the right shoes yeah I agree that turn you down of the at the ride to short necks a Brazilian steak house now has apologized to law enforcement officials in San Antonio Texas we love San Antonio after manager Aston arms officer to leave the restaurant this incident took place on Saturday in downtown San Antonio at the full go deep shy Chisinau obviously to German high school not Spanish doing what which the manager reportedly request of the police officer leave because of his gun are you allowed to carry guns in guns in Texas why is it a big deal no we're not laughing at the story believe you are allowed to carry them but just you pronouncing the rest name Paul good well whatever I'm not go there I can't pronounce it it's a Brazilian name is Portuguese Simon Spanish that's that's why you have problems until believe bodily apologize in didn't Texas they should have a gun stuff together.

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"german high school" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

05:07 min | 3 years ago

"german high school" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Stories about this, and I've gone on you to, and you can find me on YouTube telling these stories on the way to the other side of the peninsula. Yeah. Marvin Sussman is here. He's Coggan who's ninety six years old, right today, age, almost almost ninety six he was almost twenty one on d day he was there two hours before everybody else landed to secure an island, just off the beaches, and he tells the story on YouTube, and as d day is approaching the seventy fifth anniversary a friend or mutual acquaintance told me a little bit about you, and we asked you to come in you're actually going back over to France in the near future. By John D day we this year, we should be on the beach. How many I wonder if it was a reunion of those of you that were there that first day and first week, I wonder how many there would be, well, it's interesting, the fiftieth anniversary. Serie nine hundred ninety four there were forty thousand d day veterans showed up and, and the beach and five years later. The fifty fifth anniversary nineteen ninety nine there were of four thousand four zero and five years later, there was four hundred. So this time maybe forty. You really are one of the, the great stories and storytellers of, of World War Two, then, aren't you? Yeah. Well, this story I tell us about a couple of them are in Normandy. And one of them. The other the other battlefields. But we, we were given infantry assignments dismounted cleaning up the peninsula working toward the Atlantic coast toward fair board. And we captured a lot of Germans, I, I had going up in a Jewish home. I learned Yiddish, which is dialect German. So I was the German interpreter and having studied, French in England by phonograph record for about six months before the invasion. I was also the French interpreter and so handled prisoners, I dealt with civilians was if I may was the. Was your job? They're more personal because you are Jewish. No. I wouldn't say that it was just an accident that I knew German 'cause I had two years of German high school, plus background right? As so. And I had two years of Latin and is school and lived in talian neighborhood. So French was easy for me. Yeah, yeah. And so it, it came in handy, and it's interesting that I was one of the few guys one hundred and forty men internet cavalry troop, and maybe five of us are half dozen came from cities. The others were rural kids going up on farms, small towns, and they knew they knew everything kid kickball, born on a farm. Convict's anything knows how to survive in the woods and he's to get through. Yeah, I end may I was useless as nipples on a bull. My, my sergeant said. But, but, but when they found out, I knew French, and German well by time I became useful. So when you tell stories what's the story you like to tell or what's, what's one of your tales that you tell well tell a story about the time, we got we Bush, they a German company remains a German company and killed their leader. And that's one story and other stories on how they tried to send me to West Point. But it didn't work out and you weren't officer material. Well, I turned out that I had a very high score in an aptitude test that everybody gets and with thirty days of combat experience and that score, I was the only man in the squadron who qualified but, but I work glass. Asses, so they ruled me out as so otherwise, Marvin Susman's here, Mark would you're dead tells these stories, I guess did you grow up hearing them as well? Well, no, actually my father didn't say much about this. I have to tell you until nineteen ninety four when he went to that reunion. And we found out that he went to it. I really had.

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11:43 min | 3 years ago

"german high school" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Ed, no horses, but the German army. A lot of horse because other than their motorized divisions of wish they ended dozen or so all the other divisions were were horse-pulled. Did they tell you all what to expect when the d day landing forces? We're going to arrive in Normandy. Well, we knew our sinement. Maybe a day before until then we knew nothing, really. So we were told me mystified about what we were going to do. Well, I'm wondering if you had a sense of what the resistance would be not on your island per se, but on the beaches. Well, they tried to tell us about the kind of fortifications we were going to find. But. Nobody could give us detailed information. I guess it wouldn't have been all that helpful. Anyway, if you knew that there were these embankments, and you're going to have to overtake them you have to storm the being sometimes climb. You do that telling you the volume of lead coming back might not have been all that helpful. On day. Nobody had enough information now. And of course, they were wrong about where to land the paratroopers and the day. Everybody wars one big mistake. What? Looking at your son now, and you know, some of his stories better than I do so feel free to chime in with additional information or questions here. But then when it was determined that that I learned was not by the Germans. So that gun isn't initial and there's a few hundred of you on that island landing craft eventually came back and got you. All right, all we they took us to Utah beach, which was then a safe place, and since we had no none of our vehicles or heavy armament because are all art of guns were mounted on. Our Jason armored cars over all mobile entirely mobile. We had to wait for validity of our our automotive. So for about week, our sinement was to guard headquarters, the the army corps headquarters were general Collins was installed established that on the beach or nearby pretty close next day or two, and and we're so we had a lot of KP duty and messenger duty and guard duty and until our weapons came and then we were off running. I guess you'd see plenty of action. Eventually. Oh, yes. Yes. Before I get to that though say in those first hours this first few days than where you weren't so intimately involved in the shooting where you anxious to get involved or each day that you weren't where you happy not to be. Well, that's both. Yeah. Perfect answer, I suppose. Yeah. Both because it was just a matter of time before we got involved and by time, I mean, days not months or weeks. When you did get to what beach eventually beef. What did you see when you came upon that scene? Well, Utah beat force not as difficult as Omaha beach. There was some debris, and I guess they had been cleaned up. By the time. We got there. It was very safe. So we didn't get involved in the war until about a week later. And then what happens to what our job then was to of what we call screen the flank of the fourth infantry division. We would follow them and stay under flanks too. Prevent the surprise warranted warned them and pick up stragglers and do a do whatever necessary. And we did this a lot of that dismounted would rifles rather than running around with japes and foot patrols just poking around finding out what's going on. And we did that across the peninsula to the other side, which took almost a month. What was that? Like well. Interesting did you. So I mean in some ways you'd say maybe better, you could tell him in survival mode right here. And maybe that's not appropriate to what you were asked to do. But I wonder if on the printer then you felt like that was an advantageous position for yourself. Or did you feel really vulnerable because you're stuck out there on the wing? Well, we sure vulnerable, and we did run into Germans. But we we never had a fixed battle patrols meeting patrols firing at them and bathe fired at them. But. And there were incidents now, I've I've written several stories about this. And I've gone on you to and you can find me on YouTube telling these stories on the way to the other side of the fitness flip. Yeah. Marvin Sussman here. He's chicago. Who's ninety six years old? Right. Right. You most almost ninety six he was almost twenty one on d day. He was there. Two hours before everybody else landed to secure an island just off the beaches, and he tells the story on YouTube and as d day is approaching seventy fifth anniversary, a friend or mutual Quainton told me a little bit about you. And we asked you to come in. You're actually going back over to France in the near future by John D day. We are this year. We should be at the beach. How many I wonder if it was a reunion of those of you that were there that first day and first week. I wonder how many there would be. Well, it's interesting of. The fiftieth anniversary hundred ninety four there were forty thousand d day veterans showed up and and beach and five years later the fifty fifth anniversary nineteen ninety nine. There were of four thousand four zero and five years later the four hundred so this time, maybe forty. You really are one of the the great stories and storytellers of of World War Two, then aren't you? Yeah. Well. This story. I tell us about a couple of them are in Normandy and one of them the other the other battlefields. But we we were giving infantry assignments dismounted cleaning up the peninsula. Good working toward the Atlantic coast toward fair board. And we catch a lot of Germans, I I had growing up in a Jewish home. I learned issue, which is the dialect German. So I was the German interpreter. And having studied French in England by phonograph record for about six months before the invasion. I was also the French interpreter and so handled prisoners I dealt with civilians. Was variance. If I may was the. Was your job. They're more personal because you are Jewish. No, I wouldn't say that. It was just an accident that I knew German 'cause I had two years of German high school, plus a Yiddish background right as so. And I had two years of Latin and is school and lived in talian neighborhood. So French was easy for me. Yeah. And so it it came in handy. Interesting that I was one of the few guys one hundred and forty men in a cavalry troop, and maybe five of us are half dozen came from cities, the others were rural kids going up on farms small towns, and they knew they knew everything kickball born on a farm. Convict's anything knows how to survive in the woods to get through. Yeah. I and may I was useless as nipples on a bull. My my sergeant said, but but but when they found out I knew French and German well time, I became useful. So when you tell stories what's the story, you liked to tell what's what's one of your tales that you tell well tell story about the time we got we ambushed a a German company remains a German company and killed their leader. That's one story. And other story is how they tried to send me to West Point. But it didn't work out and you want to officer material. Well, I turned out that I had a very high score in after two tests that everybody gets and. And thirty days of combat experience. And that score. I was the only man into sward who qualified, but but I work glasses. So they ruled me out as so. Otherwise, Marvin Susman's here. Mark would you're dead tells these stories, I guess did you grow up hearing them as well. Well, no, actually, my father didn't say much about this. I have to tell you until nineteen ninety four when he went to that reunion. And we found out that he went to it. I really had little understanding of my father's works. Parents. We found out that he went to. He didn't tell you is going to my mom and dad were spending summers and France at that point. My mother was born and raised there, and they moved to her child at home summers. And so what they did on their summer vacation. We didn't really know. So this second chapter of your dad's life is the bit of a revelation you then to all of us. It was what surprised you about his story in World War Two. Well, I think that every child doesn't know that their parents had a real life before them and as time has gone. On by. And we gained a we my brothers. And I and our family have gained a better understanding of. You know, how pivotal and ex stench of a threat was in World War Two. And you know, what this group of people did sixteen million men in the armed forces during World War Two. It's staggering fighting with what a rifle what kind of.

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15:21 min | 3 years ago

"german high school" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Normally we're in studio d which is swell studio down the hall, but we're in the corner, suite where WorldCom and Steve Cochran and Bill and Wendy and pretty much everybody. But me broad. Cast from. During the week. We come down to studio. A during talks games. It's a technical issue. Well, I don't either. But it's okay. So it's just you and me kick down the hall, but we don't mind studio d I like studio deed smaller it is closer to my office. So it's works out for me. And it's nice because when Roe and his team come in to get ready for their show. We're not in the way and vice versa. Right. Well, they're not in the way. Yeah. Right. I mean, it was a nice way of saying. So thank you for all of that. Steve Bertrand white socks on WGN radio here at WGN radio dot com. We're going to visit with Marvin and Mark Sussman. Marv was seventy five years ago. I understand it at h hour actually before the very first troops landed at Normandy. He was being deployed with a group, and I wanna talk about that in like, thirty seconds. But first let's start with Mark Sussman who is his son Mark, thanks for coming into the studio. How were you very good? Thank you for having us. So you are a real estate agent or developer in town. Yes. A friend of a mutual acquaintance of ours. A friend of yours told me about you and your dad, so you're born and raised in Chicago too. Yes. And the man sitting next to you is Marvin Marvin welcome to the show. How are you sir, down fine? Thank you. If I may how old are you owe me ninety six and August, how old were you on d day almost twenty one? I've been seeing stories every now and then documentaries about d day because the seventy fifth anniversary is coming up. In fact, we're. I'm going to be with a group of our listeners there courtesy of the folks from Kelley cruises in August. So right after the anniversary of d day will be there and the the selling point if you will has been on the seventy five year anniversary of d day. You'll be able to be on the beaches of Normandy. You're on the beaches of Normandy June of nineteen forty four. But you there before the the main assault landed, right? Yeah. Two hours before two hours before what were you doing two hours before we were landing on an island about five kilometers off you to obey Chevy intend to find out if the naval guns were manned or unmanned turned out that they were unmanned, but somebody had to verify that. And with the result is that due to minds explosive mines on the beach. We lost two men killed and twenty wounded how many were in your group. How many were in your grow to troops would have been almost three hundred men so three hundred men land on this little island that I haven't heard about to make sure that this gun gets taken out in case. It's going to rain on the troops as they come in. Well, I if we found that it was men than we would signal. A infantry assault group who would who were then aeroplanes and everything else that would take care of that naval thing when you got there. You must have been relieved to find out that the gun was on may and saddened by the death of dear friends, the two that were killed by mines. And then from that vantage point that day on d day. Then you must have seen or been able to hear what was happening. We were watching the parade. It was magnificent thing all ships going by us. But no cameras. No we had. Could eat all you have is the memory. And what do you remember about that would? Because if I may did you think this parade is an awesome display of power. But you must have had some sense of how vicious the fighting was we couldn't really see much on the beach for five kilometers, but we could see explosions we could see the airplanes and the naval guns going off. And we could just imagine what was going on on the beaches. I suppose the guys that were in the first waves must have felt like they got the short straw, right. Because you know, they had to just keep charging. And they were the first ones. They did they were thinking about. We're we're where to go. What to do? That's what they were thinking about. And you must have felt a little fortunate to have the head the assignment you did what what are the chances? Well, we lucked out. It could have been worse. So you are living in Chicago. Did you get drafted? Then is that what call you know? We were given the choice of either volunteering during nineteen four three or I'm sorry. Nineteen forty two or be drafted in one thousand nine hundred forty three. So rather than be drafted into the infantry and forty three I decided to join the cavalry and forty two nobody told me that when the cavalry dismounts, it becomes inventory. So the cavalry sounded like a safer bet. But if not I was entirely wrong about one is cavalry mean in nineteen forty three. Cavalry was just in trading in its horses for Jacobsen armored cars and that the the. Job of cavalry is really information. Mostly find out where the enemy is what he's doing. And. Doing whatever's necessary to stop him to interesting, you mention that. Because when you look at old pictures of especially the first part of World War Two you will see on both sides horses holding cannons or. Yeah. Propelling troops. Whatever obviously, it was motorized and mechanized, but the horses were still involved they were World War One. But cavalry was unimportant World War One because it was trench warfare. So cavalry horses were used for a motive power and during World War Two. Of course, the United States army had no horses, but the German army a lot of horse. Yeah. Because other than their motorized divisions of which they added dozen or so all the other divisions were were horse-pulled. Did they tell you all what to expect when the d day landing forces were going to arrive in Normandy? Well, we knew our sinement. Maybe a day before until then we knew nothing, really. So we were totally mystified about what we were going to do will. I'm wondering if you had a sense of what the resistance would be not on your island per se, but on the beaches. Well, they tried to tell us about the kind of fortifications we were going to find. But. Nobody could give us detailed information. I guess it wouldn't have been all that helpful. Anyway, if you knew that there were these embankments, and you're going to have to overtake them you'd have to storm the beach sometimes climb you do that. But telling you the volume of lead coming back at you might not have been all that helpful on day. Nobody had enough information now. And of course, they were wrong about where to land the paratroopers and everybody wars one big mistake. That's what it is. Looking at your son now, and you know, some of his stories better than I do so feel free to chime in with additional information or questions here. But then when it was determined that that I was not occupied by the Germans. So that gun isn't initial and there's a few hundred of you on that island, then a landing craft eventually came back and got you. All right got us off. And we they took us to Utah beach, which was then a safe place, and since we had no none of our vehicles or heavy armament. Because they're all art of Shane guns were mounted on our drapes and armored cars, we were all mobile entirely mobile. We had to wait for villa? -very of our our automotive equipment. So for about a week, our sinement was to guard headquarters the. The army corps headquarters were general Collins was installed they established that on the beach nearby. Yeah. Pretty close to the next day or two, and we're so we had a lot of KP duty and messenger duty and guard duty and until our weapons came. And then we were off a running all I guess you'd see plenty of action. Eventually. Oh, yes. Yes. Before I get to that though say in those first hours or this force few days than where you weren't so intimately involved in the shooting where you anxious to get involved or each day that you weren't where you happy not to be. Well, that's both. Yeah. Perfect answer, I suppose. Yeah. Both because it was just a matter of time before we got involved and by time, I mean, days not months or weeks. When you did get to what extent where you eventually lay on Utah beef tongue. What did you see when you came upon that scene? Well, Utah beach was not as difficult as Omaha beach. There was some debris, and I guess it had been cleaned up by time we got there. It was very safe. So we really didn't get involved in the war until about a week later. And then what happened? So what have our job then was to what we call screen the flank of the fourth infantry division. We would follow them and stay under flanks to. Prevent the surprise worn warned them and pick up stragglers and do a do whatever necessary. And we did this a lot of Letta dismounted would rifles rather than running around with japes and foot patrols guy just poking around finding out what's going on. And we did that across the peninsula to the other side, which took almost a month. What was that? Like, well if. Say interesting, did you. So I mean in some ways you'd say maybe better, you can tell him in survival mode right here. And maybe that's not appropriate to what you were asked to do. But I wonder if on the perimeter then you felt like that was an advantageous position for yourself. Or did you feel really vulnerable because you're stuck out there on the wing? Well, we're sure Boehner bowl, and we did run into Germans. But we we never had a fixed of battle. But trolls meeting patrols firing at them and being fired at them. But and there were incidents now, I've I've written several stories about this, and I've gone on YouTube, and you can find me on YouTube telling these stories on the way to the other side of the peninsula. Yeah. Marvin Sussman is here. He's Chicago in who's ninety six years old right today age most almost ninety six he was almost twenty one on d day. He was there. Two hours before everybody else landed to secure an island just off the beaches, and he tells the story on YouTube and as d day is approaching the seventy fifth anniversary of a friend or a mutual acquaintance told me a little bit about you. And we asked you to come in. You're actually going back over to France in the near future. Are you not by John D day? We this year, we should be at on the beach. Yeah. How many I wonder if it was a reunion of those of you that were there that first day and first week. I wonder how many there would be. Well, it's interesting the fiftieth anniversary nine hundred ninety four. There were forty thousand d day veterans, it showed up, and and the beach and. Five years later, the fifty fifth anniversary nineteen hundred and ninety nine. There were of of four thousand that for we lost zero and five years later there was four hundred. So this time maybe forty. You really are one of the the great stories and storytellers of of World War Two, then aren't you? Yeah. Well. This story. I tell us about a couple of them are in Normandy and one of them the other the other battlefields. But we we were given infantry assignments a dismounted cleaning up the peninsula. Go working toward the Atlantic coast toward share board. And we kept turtle out of Germans. I I had growing up in a Jewish home. I learned Yiddish, which is dialect German. So I was the German interpreter. And having studied French in England by phonograph record for about six months before the invasion. I was also the French interpreter. And so I handle prisoners I dealt with civilians. Was if I may was the. Was your job. They're more personal because you were Jewish. No, I would have I wouldn't say that. It was just an accident that I knew German because I had two years of German high school, plus a Yiddish background right as so. And I had two years of Latin and school and lived in talian neighborhood. So French was easy for me. Yeah. And so it came in handy. It's interesting that I was one of the few guys one hundred and forty men internet cavalry crew, and maybe five of us or you're a half a dozen came from cities..

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