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"island tattoo" Discussed on The Gargle

The Gargle

05:41 min | Last month

"island tattoo" Discussed on The Gargle

"Well. I mean. I guess it was. It was classic break-up the break up of the history of must feudalism and benach exploitation and humanitarian. Why mates go go becomes clean. Kills me boy. I think what i when. I absolutely love about grimes is how she's obviously. I think she's very very intelligent. She's really cool. she's really smart. She was a producer for her own music and sort of music by a self in. I'm bedroom all of the lot. Site is in the island tattoos and the wearing lay the cloaks like a wizard in the middle of an la. Winds are forty degrees. I still love her. Real name is clay. Can you imagine be so upsetting to preemptive betrayal on the part of her parents really. I'm listen 'nigma you'll clay cleanroom place one hundred percent y. They've given that their child that name. Yes yeah exactly. Oh even said his name. I think he has think it's shortened eggs because it was a long night and then the people that day poll. Whoever it is you're gonna have to give him a nine and he can. I get more mathematical equation than a name. Clinic looked sexist flaming which is quite good night algebra short for algebra in thing. Now though isn't it. Yeah but look the the words of of Of grimes and and marks which grimes and marks. There's something wrong about those names together. She wrote s- you gave up being good when you declared a state of war. I think something karl marx could these liberal. He wrote all is solids melts into air. Ola holiest profane jump. Pretty sure he played backward. You'll find hidden and grimes his hit song kill versus name so knows across iowa. We'll see each via. She said there's some good ideas but she said the philosophy. I'm most inspired by hasn't been created yet unlike anchored gracia pa. Very we get it ear exhausting. That sounds so much like bitcoin. Billion as excuse for why they haven't solved the problem of excessive pollution in the creation of bitcoin. Oh she says something to do. With crypto currency. Why on the money there is money. That's the real question. I looked up the cow..

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"island tattoo" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets

Spittin' Chiclets

06:47 min | 2 months ago

"island tattoo" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets

"You know and Took a decision we went there and then you know to hold long island experience. I know you love long island with me and all about stuff. By hopping on. They are great. You don't know about you know what people out. I had to Today and asked by long island tattoo like sound like i'm gonna put him five tattoos of the five teams listed. Long island is the only thing that's going on my body and of story and it's very important understand. Why you know had a tough time and you know played early in auto all that stuff. I'd grade level ottawa. Start my career i was. I started too early. You know. I was thrown into fire too early. I think not mature shit show in ottawa. That was all me Everything went downhill after a concussion. Obviously the hamburglar went in stole. My job was Was great sitting there on at home with migraines the like twenty one and goal. Yeah and on top of it. He got lifetime sponsorship on mcdonald's that i always wanted so maybe for shootout crush and maximize the guy that actually eat fast food. Don't get it but you know. And you know i am. I didn't become a favourite there. You know i was young. I didn't play much buffalo. Obviously they hated me. They're the only thing i heard was booing. usually started from warm ups. And you know you play hockey. You know you wanna be athlete than a professional to play for fans right and this is why you know. I think you know long island fans really saved my life this the truth they did save my life. That's why i have long island tattoo on my neck. Because i share my story. There and lou was sold good to me with that. He he was solo. What we say you was on board. You know you really Supported me through the whole thing. The whole team did but then we go out to first. Preseason game. I've never played in there before and you know matt martin. Those guys. they're fan favorites. They cheered allowed us for them but the first preseason game i had loudness cheer you know. I think that you know middle class hard working class mentality of long island. You know like we related to each other. We create a special relationship. And you know they were cheering. My name all the time and You know they were. They me love hockey again. They really did and that relationship. That the created with a widow's fans. I will never forget than I'll be thankful for rest of my life. Because they are a big part web sitting in vegas still playing twelfth twelve season of four more years and how supported a was throughout the whole season mandates that i can't explain it then how much. They loved the players. You know like they're so personal with all different players. You understand what. I mean and Yeah they Again i know this is very hard for you to hear with me at all but the probably start. You know this all by the vegas and long island train what you should dump on. That's that's new. I i can get down with vagus you. You did mention like twelve years in the league. You're only thirty. So i don't know if it's still the record but at the time you're the youngest to ever play in the nhl from sweden right broke it now. No no no. It hasn't yet. I it was cool. You know again you come in with luck and all that stuff looking back at it. Wasn't that much lock you know i. It's hard to be a goal. You know at early ages it really is in the so many young goalies leads that you don't get thrown in fire too early and takes time to build up that the oldest defense systems and the mental strength to handle it the understand what i mean you look you know what price had to go through since a young age in montreal. I mean what happens. If he doesn't have that year. I mean he's a great one bus goalies. I can't say enough about him. But you know the whole thing there and said he has a bad year after. That doesn't have that monster season before he signed a big ticket where you wanted to heart and all that stuff. What have you got injured stuff like that. Right but Indiana dates Taxing and you see what reporter heart last season. You know great such a talented goalie man. Like such a big fan of carter hart being called out the left and right by their coach and stuff like that. I mean things like that again. You know what happens if you're this year you know it's a most goals. I think statistics they break into a number one roll around twenty six twenty seven. I could be wrong. Maybe it's changed since last by my eye noodle statistics but it takes time and today's nhl younger early. When i came into league it was the opposite right you. You had to go through certain things. So i think i was rushed a little bit. Why would imagine they probably got excited. After you ended up helping them win the calder cup and binghamton right. So you go from all that. I believe you were the mvp of the playoffs too right. Yeah but that was a i mean. I was up before that the because pascal claire was injured a lot that year as i was up and down up and down i wasn't even a starter in binghamton. We lost a. We were down three one and then the playoffs. I didn't play then. I jumped into the playoffs. And we end up turning around and we won In binghamton then the next year we had a bad year in binghamton Every you know all the players kind of left when you win to color cop. You not works like players goal. Cider team gets better pay. A lot of guys goes up to to ottawa. They want me to play another year. There was up down quite a bit then. It was the third year. I broke in with bishop and craig anderson lockout season and they traded bishop and i became full time there and Death done everything else happened. That's year hamburglar. All that stuff that out pretty quick. So i'm gonna go back to play his lack of individuality guys not showing a lot of personality is is that were north american thing. Is that the same way in sweden. What's your take on that. Is that just hockey culture everywhere now..

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"island tattoo" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

Mason & Ireland

04:02 min | 2 months ago

"island tattoo" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

"Among people in vermont that listen to the radio. Yes or no one with people in vermont who listen on the stream to a station in l. a. Thank you very proud of that. We appreciate you coming up. Next is jump ball. Bergman burgis gonna throw a bunch of stuff at us mason. Ireland seven ten. Espn all right. It's jump ball time bergman. What do you got. Let's get some pace on this thing chop chop all right. Let's move along all right. Let's time to play a little game. Play a little game of fun with nfl stats okay. Work fun within the game. Inside of a game. Yeah whatever exception. Anyway we can do a game instead of a game all man. I'm all right so running. Quarterbacks are all the rave right now. So i want you guys to name me. The top five quarterbacks by rushing yards to the first two weeks of the season well. Lamar lamar is number. One with one hundred ninety three yards. He's actually third in the nfl in rushing. Wow really i would think mace. I'm not saying this is one of them but wooden daniel jones from the giants on their someone does scramble a lot. Yeah daniel he's gone offense line. let's go. let's go. Dana jones jones third with one hundred twenty two years. He's nineteen okay. So as i think i know who second. Okay cuyler murray. Oh yeah gotta be kyla. Murray and gnomes not on the list really not on the list. Somebody obvious base guy. Jalen hurts jalen hurts his. Yeah one hundred forty four yard. He's twelfth in the nfl. So what do we have so far. We have lamar jackson. Jalen hurts. daniel jones your numbers one two and three and i'll give you a hint that the fifth is two guys tied. So you actually have three more people Russell wilson wait a minute. Wait a minute. Russell wilson hasn't been running as much this year. You sure i think mace it would more likely be josh allen. He runs a lot okay. Let's go josh. Allen josh allen is fourth with seventy nine yards he's thirty third the league and nobody better be looking this up so number five two guys at number five and they're tied are tied. Yes go russia. Wilson i say go. Russell wilson two strikes. You're two strikes okay. Russell wasn't wasn't is not on the list. Okay i get an idea. But i might be wrong. Carson wentz used to run a lot but did he get hurt in the first half of the second second half. So what do you think of him. he's got he's like houdini out there. Yeah we'll try carson wentz carson. Wentz is one of those five. He's got sixty yards as one one one more tied with sixty yards and that's forty fourth in the la good ideas. I the only other guy i can think of is tanna hill. I think he runs a lot. No-one is not ryan tannehill. But you get five. Jared goff jared jerry. Ever long never would've guessed. Oh man he's he's not a guy that runs the football. What is wait a minute. So you're me. That jared goff has more yards rushing than tyler. Murray and russell wilson. Wow kind of crazy right that running for his life. I think he did have a long run last night. All right the next one is back in. Nineteen ninety. eight casa sanchez. In san francisco ran a promotion for free tacos for life story was just an update about two guys. That are still getting the tacos but none of that matters. I just needed a jumping off. Point made do know something about this place. Or i don't mean excited because of the mexican it made me think about when you guys gave away a fast track performance if they got a mason ireland tattoo and one guy did on. His guy did jefferson florida's great dude. So what about bringing this promotion back. Get a mason island tattoo and blink..

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"island tattoo" Discussed on Good Life Project

Good Life Project

03:57 min | 3 months ago

"island tattoo" Discussed on Good Life Project

"And i felt like i had testicles really underneath my eyes on he loved that and he was like great was bring out spring out those testicles and shot me in eight day brushing covering evoke nobody of And i loved it already liberating. And he got me to wear pajamas rather than anything kind of structured and fancy. And i will always remember him and his work fondly but yeah i mean. He was definitely part of Every at everyone in that time was complicit in a culture that they thought was acceptable and they thought it was beautiful. Yeah i mean we wouldn't. It becomes normalized on that level. It's just sort of like this is the way it's supposed to be across everybody and can imagine what it would take to really just stand out and say and say no effectively. You would have to be willing to walk away from your career. Which is which we now see a lot of people doing in on a different level or not. I didn't have a career because i was not a successful teen model. I didn't make it as a teenager. I started and i went costings and everything. But i was also trying to juggle school at the same time and south asian and there would just no south asian models at the time so it was definitely difficult to break through in that moment and then i got hit by a car pulled out the modeling industry. Thank god otherwise. I'd probably be dead now but On very very very very happy. That i was not successful during that time because like considering how badly i've already messed up from hooligans from eating disorder behavior during that time a Imagine what would have happened. If i was also smoking taking cocaine and and maintaining mac asian for as long as it would take to be successful modeling career. Yeah i knew you described the The car accident in in a weird way. Almost a blessing Something that ended up to a spinal cord injury and and pretty much took you out of being involved in people outside of your your home for better part of a year. maybe longer i was bed bound benches. It wasn't that bad. I had a really strong painkillers and cable tv so while i would never undermine the experiences someone else damaging I actually found that to be quite a good year. I had a morphine drip Of living my best life eating ice cream off my face watching frazier. So i have. I've terribly pull memories of that time by very vivid memories of that time. Because i used to watch television day and night because i didn't really happening friends In my family. Were not in social moment so i was alone most as all day every day pretty much other than when i would need to go to the toilet and so i would watch television compulsively and i think a lot of i learned came from. Tv's for better or worse island tattoo. Identify mental illness watching oprah and island comedy from friends and frazier and Sista sista and i learned i guess. Probably have to host just via osmosis. Because i went. I stumbled into the entertainment. Industry will was just sort of instinctively known what to do and how to carry myself without any Any kind of media training any kind of acting school anything like that. I have just always had an instinct for how to perform on camera which must come from just compulsive addictive television watching. I just knew what to do to bit like the king of comedy. Rupa puckett good. I project is supported by ever lane. Seven thinking about.

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"island tattoo" Discussed on Green Eggs and Dan

Green Eggs and Dan

03:40 min | 5 months ago

"island tattoo" Discussed on Green Eggs and Dan

"Can't say that as a type of food you kinda pick one right like if that's what you're saying it has to be turkey sandwiches forever right. Because i can't say mexican food you have to say like carnage asada burrito. Well if you can't say senators because you can put anything between two pieces of bread and be like great not a loophole. Yeah more about later rates sandwiches. Can i get a fettuccini. Alfredo sandwich great. Thank you very much. I'm going to skip the bread on this one paleo style. Just eat the fettuccini. Alfredo right off the toast. That's a good question. I would fuck 'cause now. I'm i'm also such a dummy and such a nerd and i'm going like okay. You probably want something that has vegetables and protein in like design how to survive best on the island. It's not that you're not bear grylls. This is not how survival needs something with vitamin c. So i don't get scurvy. It's like no no no gabor's backup backup backup. I'm just saying one food. I think it would be wings. It'd probably be chicken wing. That's good throw the bones into the ocean build a house of chicken eventually a shelter huge stack tiny like lego size box. All the way up to my palace. Yeah gosh weird. Someone will come to save you and be like i think. I'm good actually. I like i like this life. I've built for myself with the chicken bone house right. I just put in the message bottle. Blue cheese question mart and just whip it into the ocean and hope that someone response. Is there a food that you can't stand eating. No here's the thing. I don't have of i eat. I eat everything. And i insist on. If somebody makes something for me. I have to try it like i. I'm just that type of person. I refused to say no. So if i have to say a food i hate its tomatoes. Where they don't belong off my sandwiches and into my sauce. If i could be as long island as possible but tomatoes belong in sauce. Not on my fucking sandwiches to wet for sammy's. Wow the six three one just like spilled out of your mouth right. oh dude. i'll text you. I still have five one. Oh also yeah that dan. I got a long island tattoo on his vice amazing amazing. I'm who you think i am. You're the cartoon version of yourself. Yes exactly as my friend ben. One time said about if you've ever seen a bulldog on a surfboard. Gabriel is that guys. Spirit animal last question. What is your. This is my favorite question. What is your restaurant pet peeve. Oh shit yeah here we go. There's a sweet spot of attentiveness that a server should give you and some of them are on the to infrequent side of that sweet spot and even worse to on top of. Because i'm a talker as most of my friends are as we especially after one bottle of wine. We're all in the middle of eleven minute harrowing stories of a friend. We know who this you know and then like everything okay over here the fucking room guy. We're in the middle of a conversation three more like it's okay like there's just something about that energy sometimes where i'm like like you know you're with like five friends..

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"island tattoo" Discussed on Doughboys

Doughboys

06:29 min | 5 months ago

"island tattoo" Discussed on Doughboys

"Welcome to the podcast about chain restaurants. I'm nick wider. Along with my co-host you say tomato. He says tomato war the spoon man. Mike mitchell yikes that's the drop for today on a very special episode. That's rob. I mean the based roach rosman. Managing malcolm courtesy of stephanie. Your podcast has brought me a lot of joy during pando so i mostly want to say thank you for doing what you do. Love from austin texas getting more broadsides. You want to send away mitch. Yeah you can't make the pandemic cute with panda. What the fuck is. Don't make the pandemic you know. Thank you stephanie. I mean. I called it a drop. I'm a mess already anyways. Good we're doing fine. Thank you wags mitch. We hung out last night. We did we review of us. You and me agafrench a future episode guests there and everybody. John gabriel got together and we had drinks like old times like old times deadliest. Hang out with you have drinks with you. I was a new experience for me. Yes it was new. The world was like all times. I agree it was like yeah. We went to a place. We went to a restaurant that out. I should keep secret right. And then we went to The kid bits room next to cantor's yes. So which is a famous deli here in l. a. and they're having adjacent and adjoining bar. That's kind of kitschy and divy and fun and we had a blast at time of our lives. Yeah you were. You were really. You're thrown them back. All right there is that the sutter home was was an empty home. It looked like the sutter home had been moved out of. When you were at that bottle. I gotta say this. Is that the guy. There was a bartender at the room. Yes and gabriel. He's wearing a mets hat and he was like he's got to be from new york he's wearing a he'd like he's got to be from like an area new york that i know he's wearing a mets at. Yeah if he was already a yankees had to give me from. Wherever but a mets hat is so like. That's the you gotta be from new york and gabor's like from new york where you from and he said a place and he was juneau it and then gabor's revealed his long island's tattoo in. It's right here and pointed to it on his arm yes and then got got us a rounder free drinks. Yeah which. I didn't even like i think i'd rather pay not have to experience all that those cool as l. it's alpha mu was go. Why don't you have a quincy tattoo or something. My mom boston. My mom will be mad. She'd scrub it off. She one of my guests. Wouldn't i think my mom would still got a tattoo. If she were and she wouldn't allow she'd spank it. Off of me. The classic all right you have on your ass. She's disgrace please. I can't embarrass myself in front of today's guests. This is bad all right here. We go out and look. It is too late to be out of the movie right. I think it is. We've ever done the movies movies finished. Get good and why. Here's a little drop. Wow throw said he added now wow and original composition. An original composition actually wrote for two and a half years So it's fucked up. It's wrong hey spoon man. It's adam the music therapist with another song parody. And i was lucky enough to be joined by my friend. Jeremy on backing vocals. Jeremy was the one who introduced me to the podcast a few years ago. And we've been went to your live show together in. Dc are banned part-time. Uncle is on spotify. Much love adam. Ps fun fact. Shrek and fiona covered this song in the dvd extras of shrek. Two and the perry of american. What do you. What did you say you save very interesting. I said very exciting. Okay well as wrong and dairy assessors of to and a parody of american idol in which simon cowell judges all of the shrek characters singing abilities but ultimately declares but also declares himself the winner. A very weird two thousand four time capsule and then he said to link to it. We won't watch that link now but we will watch it on our own time all right why. We're going to introduce our guests. But i just want to say yes. I had the tv on You know who. I see on the tv. This little motherfucker the fucking noida. The noise is back. Yeah i mean at this point. It's been back for for some time. Yeah well he's back and he's causing havoc again. I just thought as is something. We haven't really talked about. It's fucked up. Here's my issue. With and you know. Happy to see the noise. Back in action i feel like his disruption is a little too abstract right now i need some more concrete he's ruination he's just sort of like kind of like trying to get in the way of delivery vehicle. You might get up to your old tricks out. Nice gun or something. Yeah he's a stamper. Yeah no this. Commercials are weird and shows them messing with voting machines on election day to twenty said the capital on january six the noise the noise storms the capital. Yeah they're kinda strange. They got they got. They got a zone in on this. Been a flag. It's weird all right. Let's introduce our guests. Are they here still okay. They're still here. they're still here. They're still hanging in there at least for now very very excited to have them both the director and co producer of the tomorrow war streaming july second on amazon. Prime chris mckay and samantha nissenbaum. What's up. Hi chris. Hi samantha guys. How you.

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"island tattoo" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

WAFS Biz 1190

07:44 min | 2 years ago

"island tattoo" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

"Jethro Tull Texas and I'm sitting here with the author of founding martyr the life and death of doctor Joseph warn the American revolutions lost hero a Christian this being a you just said that there are letters from Abigail Adams and others that that seem to say that he was my the that his corpse at the battle of Bunker Hill was mutilated by the British to the point of of decapitation right and there's one letter that Abigail rights to John Adams saying that she had heard this from two defecting British soldiers but that it was probably rumor and then there's a letter written to John Adams by Benjamin hitch born in December of seventy five talking about a British lieutenant that went on the field of battle Doug warns remains up cut off his head spent his face we don't know if it's true it's the only letter that we have from his point to Adams but there is no denying that one's body was mutilated by British band that's by the **** of their guns I mean they have been so for look everyone knew worn one British officer called warn the greatest incendiary in all America not Samuel Adams Joseph warrant they all knew who he was they all knew he was a tireless patriot engaged in resistance activities against the crown I guess you've you've just kind of clarify things for me in other words this is like you know putting a bullet through the head of Osama bin laden if you are a brit and you think of the revolutionary insurgents as the enemy this is the head of the snake this this guy was the leader and how brave of him to remain behind while these provincials are it you know escaping to Cambridge I mean that says a lot about his character that he would do that absolutely and look the royal governor of Massachusetts Thomas such as at first well no one can even believe warns that this battle why would someone that important be at the fighting on the front one you know it's just says unheard of then as it would be now it would be like Mario Cuomo or some some politician from New York showing up at a battle it just wouldn't happen so they say that so Hutchinson says had warned lived he would have become the crime all of North America lieutenant governor Peter Oliver says had warned live Washington's name would have been in obscurity hold this is how this is why you know before this George Washington there's Dr Joseph worn and that's why we have to look at this with the right mind set right now the twenty first century mindset and eighteenth century price said in seventy five George Washington's not George Washington when he arrives in Cambridge in July of seventy five is the general of the Continental Army he has the full doctor Joseph worn shoes Washington's unknown you know what I had heard that that he had to fill Warren shoes and that's why he was dragged uhnd into service up there that's very interesting yeah now you know you you were talking about Warren's fiance I was who they were they were never married but we she was the that was she the principal care giver for his kids ward where they turned over to another family so again and nasty custody battles sort of engages she's in Worcester Massachusetts for their protection before Lexington and Concord a few weeks earlier warned sent them out there under the care of his friend Dr larger discs months later one of the brothers of worn comes takes two of the sons then he comes back several months later takes one of the children to the daughter and then she's left with the one daughter she's pleading with them to at least keep the daughter she's taken but then over the next several years she's visiting them then they're in her care for a while it seems that the family eventually makes amends but it's just really tragic because one loses everything I mean she really behaves like his widow even though she was not officially absolutely absolutely my gonna it's amazing to think that she lived fifty years beyond that up to other photographs of her I guess not it was recently work work written on warned that talks about a painting that could have been her but there's really no source document right of it so we don't know there's a painting that exist of her sister but we we know for sure it's just so amazing when you when you see you know photography come into existence in the eighteen forties certainly you know we have a handful of photographs of people from that era who lived through that era just that just a few of them just looking up at his nephew in eighteen forty nine right pretty amazing yes well we're where do you go from here I mean you've spent so many years working on this book it's amazing to me you you have the joy of hanging out down there in Colonial Williamsburg I hope people listening to this program physical anyone's yes just having down there now you do sold any talks are you guys I was doing volunteer work with them I mean I I I can't underscore enough how helpful they were to me they which I mean even obscure things like I found that worn on the vermilion color carriage so I went to the people who deal with pain corny wings were gonna tell me wow for million you know how wealthy would have had to been to half of a million colored carriage and it was a high fashion in London so just from that one document one sense tells you where worn as as far as social status the fact that that such an ostentatious carriage to be driving around those cobblestone streets of Boston John Hancock had it for million colored carriage so it's you know just from these little things when you're surrounded by these experts of the period it just helps tell the story more accurately brings it to life more now do you do you give talks in Williamsburg yeah I guess I've been giving talks everywhere as much as I can to try and make people aware of the importance of the you don't dress up on you know in a buff waistcoat no I do I should I should come on should that that that would be that would be a lot of fun it is amazing to me to walk around there again it's been you know ten years more but it is such a delightful place history really does come to life and it's just so rare that anything like that is done you know it it makes Disney world look like Disney world right I mean it it's it's it's historical recreation a level it's just stunning and again it's not just another George Washington slept here I mean they they are the X. it's I mean they are so meticulous with the research yeah it's like being in a time machine down there it really is all I know like fantasy island tattoos morning yes in the body of her villagers buried no it's it is it is an amazing it is an amazing thing I love Colonial Williamsburg and that you just talking to you about it makes me want to go back find an excuse to go back right now when you know so I mean it is it is so it's just so beautiful now this book is now out in paperback yes yeah they released it on Warren's birthday June eleventh I think this is two hundred and forty something yeah okay so yeah that was a nice little did it did his skull make an appearance no it's incredible you said he's buried in rock springs now is as great prominently marked yes so the the great thing was is that there is it's a five hundred underground five hundred square foot tune and in October of twenty sixteen because one was a freemason the Freemasons of Massachusetts got together and dedicated a beautiful bronze statue on top that's all that she is in Roxbury okay folks are gonna be right back we're talking to the author of founding martyr the life and death of doctor Joseph warned the American revolutions lost heroes here Contax show don't go away nine twenty is the enter how was the doctor not what I expected I have arthritis how can I help well doctor give me a run down on what to know.

"island tattoo" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

07:38 min | 2 years ago

"island tattoo" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Jethro Tull Texas and I'm sitting here with the author of founding martyr the life and death of doctor Joseph warn the American revolutions lost hero a Christian this being a you just said that there are letters from Abigail Adams and others that that seem to say that he was my that his corpse at the battle of Bunker Hill was mutilated by the British to the point of of decapitation right and there's one letter that Abigail rights to John Adams saying that she had heard this from two defecting British soldiers but that it was probably rumor and then there's a letter written to John Adams by Benjamin hitch born in December of seventy five talking about a British lieutenant that went on the field of battle Doug warns remains up cut off his head spent his face we don't know if it's true it's the only letter that we have from his point to Adams but there is no denying that one's body was mutilated by British band that's by the **** of their guns I mean they had been so far look everyone knew worn one British officer called one the greatest incendiary in all America not Samuel Adams Joseph warrant they all knew who he was they all knew he was a tireless patriot engaged in resistance activities against the crown I guess you've you've just kind of clarify things for me in other words this is like you know putting a bullet through the head of Osama bin laden if you are a brit and you think of the revolutionary insurgents as the enemy this is the head of the snake this this guy was the leader and how brave of him to remain behind while these provincials are it you know escaping to Cambridge I mean that says a lot about his character that he would do that absolutely and look the royal governor of Massachusetts Thomas such as at first well no one can even believe warns that this battle why would someone that important be at the back fighting on the front lawn you know it's just says unheard of then as it would be now it would be like Mario Cuomo or some some politician from New York showing up at a battle it just wouldn't happen so they say that so Hutchinson says had warned lived he would have become the crime all of North America lieutenant governor Peter all over says had warned live Washington's name would have been in obscurity hold this is how this is why you know before this George Washington there's Dr Joseph worn and that's why we have to look at this with the right mind set right now the twenty first century mindset and eighteenth century Wright said in seventy five George Washington's not George Washington when he arrives in Cambridge in July of seventy five is the general of the Continental Army he has to fill doctor Joseph worn shoes Washington's unknown you know what I had heard that that he had to fill Warren shoes and that's why he was dragged uhnd into service up there that's very interesting yeah now you know you you were talking about Warren's fiance I was who they were they were never married but would she was that was she the principal care giver for his kids would where they turned over to another family so again a nasty custody battles sort of engages she's in Worcester Massachusetts for their protection for Lexington and Concord a few weeks earlier one sent them out there under the care of his friend Dr logic this months later one of the brothers of one comes takes two of the sons then he comes back several months later takes one of the children to the daughter and then she's left with the one daughter she's pleading with them to at least keep the daughter she's taken but then over the next several years she's visiting them in their in her care for a while it seems that the family eventually makes amends but it's just really tragic because one loses everything I mean she really behaves like his widow even though she was not officially absolutely absolutely my god it's amazing to think that she lived fifty years beyond that up to other photographs of her I guess not it was recently work work written on warned that talks about a painting that could have been her but there's really no source document right of it so we don't know there's a painting that exists of her sister but we we don't know for sure it's just amazing when you when you see you know photography come into existence in the eighteen forties suddenly you know we have a handful of photographs of people from that era who lived through that era just that just a few of them just looking at at his nephew in eighteen forty nine right pretty amazing yes well we're where do you go from here I mean you've spent so many years working on this book it's amazing to me you you have the joy of hanging out down there in Colonial Williamsburg I hope people listening to this program physical anyone's yes is that heavy down there now he usually any talks are you guys I was doing volunteer work with them I mean I like I can on this were enough how helpful they were to me they would I mean even obscure things like I found that one on the vermilion color carriage so I went to the people who deal with pain Clooney wings were gonna tell me wow for million cannot wealthy would have had to have been to have a million colored carriage and it was a high fashion in London so just from that one document one sentence tells you we warn is as far as social status the fact that that such an ostentatious carriage to be driving around those cobblestone streets of Boston John Hancock had it for million colored carriage so so it's you know just from these little things when you're surrounded by these experts of the period it just helps tell the story more accurately it brings it to life more now do you do you give talks in Williamsburg yeah I guess I've been giving talks everywhere as much as I can to trying to make people aware of the importance of we don't dress up on you know in a buff waistcoat no I I should I should I should that that that would be that would be a lot of fun it is amazing to me to walk around there again it's been you know ten years more but it is such a delightful place history really does come to life and it's just so rare that anything like that is done you know it it makes Disney world look like Disney world right I mean it it's it's it's historical recreation a level it's just stunning and again it's not just another George Washington slept here I mean they they are the experts I mean they are so meticulous with the research yeah it's like being in a time machine down there it really is all I know like fantasy island tattoos morning yes in the body of her village has very data no it's it is it is an amazing it is an amazing thing I love Colonial Williamsburg and that you just talking to you about it makes me want to go back find an excuse to go back we'll find out when you know so I mean it is it is so it's just so beautiful now this book is now out in paperback yes yeah they released it on Warren's birthday June eleventh I think this is two hundred and forty something yeah okay so yeah that was a nice little did it did his skull make an appearance no it's incredible you said he's buried in rock springs now is as great prominently marked yes so the the great thing was is that there is a it's a five hundred underground five hundred square foot tune and in October of twenty sixteen because one was a freemason the Freemasons of Massachusetts got together and dedicated a beautiful bronze statue on top that's all that she is in Roxbury okay folks only right back we're talking to the author of founding martyr the life and death of doctor Joseph warned the American revolutions lost heroes here in Texas so don't go away how was the doctor not.

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"Welcome back John hold stay there I'm Jim Rome one today a great day but you're better to we're joined by the head football coach at home why he's entering his fourth seasons that coach he led white eight wins in a bowl game last season that whole why to their best conference record since joining the mountain west to bowl appearances in the first three seasons they open up against Arizona August twenty fourth that is a CBS sports network game ten thirty PM eastern make note of that a white head coach Nick role of which is my guest neck it's good to have you back how are you morning roll me I'm having a great day my so where do you guys have on my man around so much fun I know you are to Nick yeah about aloha to the clone I love the clones every year this is a great deal mom man clones hit up the coach right now and a little harder the clones let me start off like that all rights you tweeted yesterday's begins with her happy anniversary to my wife now let's go start football camp Nick bring me up to date how is life for you these days and how fired up are you for this upcoming season Kim starts today this is what I think everyone who loves football the ball this is this is this is like our Christmas and the you got to love this game to play it you gotta love this game the coach and two article crush your soul but there's so many great things that come from as far as the memory the map of the variance in the trenches and this is in the man really kinda excel in their lives doing some specialized on on this fortune to be a part of it I like it Nick rolled it's joining us every time that I talk we talk about mountain west media day but the truth is now talk you no matter what happens in media day but in previous years you did show up with an Elvis impersonator Hey Britney spears impersonator and this time he rolled with a fortune teller how did that idea come to be and how did that go well I will be going to force in the United really have a great idea two days before you told me the preseason colder come in and I'm on my way to Vegas and I say well I'm going to figure out you know what the media polls it you know and I appreciate their efforts but they don't mean a whole lot to to the team so at the moment bring the fortune tellers should tell me really what the deal is our it with the card representing dreams coming true and no real specifics as far as the league goes but thank you a lot of confidence get back on the plane come of that was a good natured dry card now this time last year you're coming off a tough season and you were facing a tough schedule it opened up with a trip to Colorado state followed by navy and then rice as you look back now where was the team at this point last year and how does it feel compared to this point this year the coaching staff and the leaders coming into last year there are a ton of credit the poem this thing back together we had no we had I would call it pretty I would say two or more I mean we just wanted for war line very well on the coaching staff and that leads down into the players the players aren't stupid you know they they could see if things are working right now very observant and and apologize that that they had to go through but I I respect the heck and the guys who who hung in there and pull the thing back together and and really no did something that that made a white crowd and that's that's part of that's a big part of why I took this job why the you know for what they gave me everything in my life respected Ansalon Nick you saying that Hey listen we had a problem on the coaching staff and it did trickle down to the players and they know they're not down they know what's up but in this no opener then you go on the road fort Collins eighty two about with thirty seven a seven lead over Colorado state how huge was it not just for that game but for the entire season for you to come out explode out of the gate for a greater cause all those things and then it just kind of steam rolled and then those are the type of things would you see young men had that realization you know that they're gonna take that lesson and and and really do so much outside of football for the rest of their lives as a father as a husband as a leader in their community and they're going to do great things because they understand that concept and that's one of the greatest game in the world I mean you learn things in football there you can translate into some your things in your life but from a football standpoint to restart season six and wanting to go through a tough stretch one point and you come back and win the final two games of the regular season in that gives you eight wins on the year which was the most since twenty ten and then you follow that up with a trip to a ball game knowing what happened the previous year of the things you and I talked about how proud of you were everybody involved in the program last year to have that kind of a season well one of the one of the great accomplishment to me than it was in the national championship you know what we were hosted Troy hosting trophies up at the end of the day but we were we we came together we hung together they will have that as a human element in the game it was it was very gratifying to see those little those kids there and the coaches that they bought in and believed to to really feel good about what they did and they should feel crowded with the with the with the hard deal now when you and I talked last year Nick we talked about going back to the run and shoot offense so how good did it feel to get back to that in due to feel like getting back to the program's roots and identity they're very much so that was though the decision of probably with a couple years for but two years too long but it was it's something that I feel like you more who I am naturally I think it it's got a real nice relationship with this university I think it's something people identify a white football with and that was you know it it was as big of could because the system works people like seeing the ball fly through the air you know and and our kids bodied and really studied and tried to be the best they could at it a coach is that as far as knowledge of of the offense but you use in Indiana so you stand it you know people like to joke about the with all the ball around for a long time anything in the air a deal but now you're saying that you know creep up in the NFL and and I think because the fans like watching X. on football we live in a ball on the air is that so many of the right guy spinning it your quarterback Coleman Donald was coming up for your way through for nearly four thousand yards in thirty six TV's Nick and he did it in his first season as the starter and he did all of that what dealing with some injuries now is on a watch list for the Davey o'brien award the Maxwell award what is the next step look like for him good be more consistent in his res I think there was you know and I'm I'm I'm happy with him because I'm happy hello he came in walked two full seasons and the first thing he said the band that I missed a lot and and that's okay that's that's part of the deal you know experimenting on to know how my gonna minutes with his own player you know kind of finding his own personality in this office and for him to do the self you know reflection really studied insult and come up with those answers give me a lot of hope and and you saw another level when we got the spring ball and then that doesn't mean he's going to be you know great and folly still going to do the work which she will but it gives you know you feel like you're on the right path when you got a mature kid that as ability and has a desire to be great and it's really bought into the culture yeah I got the Hawaiian Islands tattooed on this for you guys and got dressed no he parcel appealed against the renaissance it's also why head coach Nick role is joining us as he wondered about a with now it should probably come as no surprise Nick you and Michael each have been known to hang out a bit I got to know when you guys talk how much you talking about scheme and how much of it is about ancient religion and pirates not a lot about dean the the biggest thing we talk about this is a difference of you know how much you get the running back out the routes and and and we just don't do that as much more philosophy of the mind set of of running an offense like this in in in in that was that was really what I want to get out of our first meeting we are they I mean I don't know what you'd say but no I feel like we've become pretty good friends he text me last night you know we're testing last night about will be talking so it it the you know I love the randomness and we can go from you know he's a big fan a raccoon and I can respect that I had a wreck tunes here when I was young so I'm not as big of a fan and raccoons but you know it's just a real enjoyable conversation for me now my wife and I I'm not sure about his wife we they don't really like how much we talk we go for hours now in California where I live we had one on our roof the other night a raccoon and I didn't really know what to make of it and luckily he just went away because it you know I'm not gonna deal with that like I could try but I would know what to do that is scary what happened yeah what happened to you as a kid with Iran backyard well you know night kind lights on inside you can't see out a turn to turn the lights on outside there's this it looks like it may look like a bear their me right in the eyes raccoon growled at me through the glass window still freaked me out so there's no reckons here on the island do they mean right they're mean very smart and you did press with you know how you know as I think you called Paul but they they act like hands and they're very clever little creatures yeah they are I don't want any raccoon giving me that has given me the hands you spent some time with Dan Hawkins to last summer but Dan Hawkins what what did you take with most conversations well you know this is it almost I would say I would say maybe the the farther end of the spectrum but it's a it's a it's a different approach for sure and the guy who's successful and we met I met leach in key west you know when we go on a.

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