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How Can the US Better Help Its Veterans? Joey Jones Tells Us

The Doug Collins Podcast

02:07 min | 2 months ago

How Can the US Better Help Its Veterans? Joey Jones Tells Us

"Where do you see our country in working with our veterans working with those? Because I still think, frankly, the worst is still yet to come. I think we've still got another 5 or ten years when you're going to start seeing a lot of what we've seen in the last 15 to 20 years out in manifest itself. How can we as a public do better with that and how do we as a government can do better with that? You know, I've chased the answer to that question for 15 years now. Mostly because I feel like I transitioned very well. And it frustrates me that so many of my peers that folks that led me that mentored me that taught me folks that I helped and thought I'd shared a lot with along the way have not transitioned well and I have so I feel a lot of guilt for that and then I want to solve that problem for them. And I think that a couple of things have happened that kind of created this problem. One of them is kind of a tail wagging the dog thing as a society we've become more entitled and unfortunately does spill over into the veteran community. I mean, if you raise someone for 18 years as a part of this generation of Americans that have a certain characteristic, I don't want to label them all with it, but kind of an aspect of entitlement among them. Even if they join the military, that's not going to go away. And then the other thing is when you fight a war and you need all the bodies you can throw with it for a solid ten years, then you make a lot of promises to convince folks to come into the military. In my generation might be the first generation that enlisted in the military under the premise that this was a lifelong commitment regardless of how long I spent in the military. And that's created a lot of problems because they call it failure to relaunch. We have this problem where we kind of, it kind of scares us right. We get out and we have to really, we're in a place kind of similar to hospital seniors leaving high school, like what's next? What am I going to do for the rest of my life? And yet we've created a situation where you can kind of just be a veteran for Esther a lot. Well, as a society, what we have to do is still have a, we still have to have positive reinforcement among our military to expect them to go do great things after service.

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Fox News' Joey Jones on the Danger of 'Sterilizing' Americans

The Doug Collins Podcast

02:00 min | 2 months ago

Fox News' Joey Jones on the Danger of 'Sterilizing' Americans

Getting to Know Fox News Contributor Joey Jones

The Doug Collins Podcast

02:11 min | 2 months ago

Getting to Know Fox News Contributor Joey Jones

"You've lived many lives and I have to. And I think that's a part of being successful is the ability to be malleable. And learn because yeah, I was a bomb tech. I was a marine before that I was a brick and block mason son, which made me a brick and block mason's manual labor. I was the son of alcoholic who was also a perfectionist and had social anxiety. I was the son of a mother who is dedicated to God, but found God through traumas since she was little. She was essentially told to marry a man at 15 and on her wedding night to conceive my sister at 15. And within a few years had to figure it out on her own. And I don't mean to go dark there, but all of those things make us who we are. And growing up, learning how to be you, I needed to be for the people that were raising me because they were hurting in their own way. And learning to see the best part of them day in and day out, even on the tough days. And the best part of them was pretty amazing. I mean, selflessness doesn't even begin to describe them. But there are also moments that they were very selfish and didn't mean to be. And at the end of the day, when it comes to being successful and making it through live, or making it through something like losing your legs, you just got to learn that grace in patients and if I had to learn it at a young age, thank God. You know, we sit here and look at our kids, and we go, man, they're spoiled. They're spooled rotten. They will never have it like we had it. How can we turn them into as good of people? And I think we have to take a step back and say, that's a little bit uppity of ourselves. And say, well, you can only be a good person if you've been through what I've been through. So there's a lot of perspective to be had there. But for me, I grew up really humbly, and I say humbly, just modestly, I guess, is the better word. I grew up in the 1960s single wide. I'm not running for office. That's not what I'm talking about, my mom and dad here, but I grew up in the 1960s, single wide, and watched my parents build a life in the 90s with manual labor. My mom clean houses, my dad laid brick and block, and in the 90s, you know, love him or hate him. The Clinton years were pretty good. Financially or economically here in the south. And so they built the life that way.

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"joey jones" Discussed on The Doug Collins Podcast

The Doug Collins Podcast

02:45 min | 2 months ago

"joey jones" Discussed on The Doug Collins Podcast

"So Joey, welcome to the Doug Collins podcast. Yeah, man, thanks for having me on. It's a good time. Most people might not know this. Informal setting here I like to just sort of give the man behind or the women behind the scenes that you and I met in a really unique way. You were working at the time down in a place helping veterans, but you were working with Zach brown's project down in Georgia. Tell us, for that matter, I just sort of how we got to me, but tell us about that project, because that was a really interesting project that Zach had working on down there. Yeah, you know, it's funny. Most people in the country don't know who our congressional representatives are. You know, and I don't mean that in any kind of way, just we might know who the person that represents us is. And we know who the dozen or more that kind of get headlines on TV are, but we don't know all 435 members. And so when I worked at the camp, anytime anyone that smelled like a politician would come around and they'd be like, hey Joe, you got to be here today because we don't know who we're supposed to like this guy. Do we not like this guy? Like how's this work? 'cause they're not very political people over there. But that's really the beauty in it. And so it was really neat that the day you came and visited camp, I got to be there and meet your firsthand and really develop a friendship from that point on. But the purpose of what we were doing there camp southern ground is I mean, we could talk for a whole podcast on it, but really to bring it down. Zach Brown, the country, superstar at this point. Got his start in music from one of the first things he did in music was he was at a camp a summer camp and somebody handed him a guitar and he said, you know, maybe I can learn how to play this. In about ten years after that, he was a young teenager, and he would go back to campus a counselor. And he realized, or they kind of sawing him, he had a kind of a special touch or a personality that he was able to work with the kids with special needs. And he realized music was an easy way or an easier way to connect with those kids because standard communication of talking and body language did not work with all of them. And so he understood kind of this healing power. He calls it remedy and he has a song about it of music, but he also understood the greater infrastructure of having a camp in immersive camp, a camp for kids with special needs could go to school or go to camp with kids that didn't have special needs. So we built camp selling ground, raises the money. It's a $100 million project. He wants it to last for a hundred years. And does all this. And he brings me on board the work there. I actually worked for his business first and then the camp. And he said, hey, man, kids can only go to school four months a year. I need to use this in a meaningful way. The other 6 months that we can use it, and I know that doesn't add up to 12, but you gotta take a month or two off every now and then. And he says, you know, how can I help veterans? Because that's the other thing in my life. It's been a big influence to

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Fox News Contributor Joey Jones on Zac Brown's Camp Southern Ground

The Doug Collins Podcast

02:45 min | 2 months ago

Fox News Contributor Joey Jones on Zac Brown's Camp Southern Ground

"So Joey, welcome to the Doug Collins podcast. Yeah, man, thanks for having me on. It's a good time. Most people might not know this. Informal setting here I like to just sort of give the man behind or the women behind the scenes that you and I met in a really unique way. You were working at the time down in a place helping veterans, but you were working with Zach brown's project down in Georgia. Tell us, for that matter, I just sort of how we got to me, but tell us about that project, because that was a really interesting project that Zach had working on down there. Yeah, you know, it's funny. Most people in the country don't know who our congressional representatives are. You know, and I don't mean that in any kind of way, just we might know who the person that represents us is. And we know who the dozen or more that kind of get headlines on TV are, but we don't know all 435 members. And so when I worked at the camp, anytime anyone that smelled like a politician would come around and they'd be like, hey Joe, you got to be here today because we don't know who we're supposed to like this guy. Do we not like this guy? Like how's this work? 'cause they're not very political people over there. But that's really the beauty in it. And so it was really neat that the day you came and visited camp, I got to be there and meet your firsthand and really develop a friendship from that point on. But the purpose of what we were doing there camp southern ground is I mean, we could talk for a whole podcast on it, but really to bring it down. Zach Brown, the country, superstar at this point. Got his start in music from one of the first things he did in music was he was at a camp a summer camp and somebody handed him a guitar and he said, you know, maybe I can learn how to play this. In about ten years after that, he was a young teenager, and he would go back to campus a counselor. And he realized, or they kind of sawing him, he had a kind of a special touch or a personality that he was able to work with the kids with special needs. And he realized music was an easy way or an easier way to connect with those kids because standard communication of talking and body language did not work with all of them. And so he understood kind of this healing power. He calls it remedy and he has a song about it of music, but he also understood the greater infrastructure of having a camp in immersive camp, a camp for kids with special needs could go to school or go to camp with kids that didn't have special needs. So we built camp selling ground, raises the money. It's a $100 million project. He wants it to last for a hundred years. And does all this. And he brings me on board the work there. I actually worked for his business first and then the camp. And he said, hey, man, kids can only go to school four months a year. I need to use this in a meaningful way. The other 6 months that we can use it, and I know that doesn't add up to 12, but you gotta take a month or two off every now and then. And he says, you know, how can I help veterans? Because that's the other thing in my life. It's been a big influence to

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Former Vice President of Afghanistan Is Building a Resistance Biden Ignores

Mark Levin

01:59 min | 9 months ago

Former Vice President of Afghanistan Is Building a Resistance Biden Ignores

"This is Washington bullcrap. Washington Bullcrap That's what it is. The former vice president of Afghanistan. With others has formed a resistance. In northern Afghanistan. I understand people want to focus on the former president of Afghanistan is corrupt. But the vice president The former vice president who is now officially under the Constitution, the president He's not corrupt. He's a fighter. Resistance is building in northern Afghanistan, and the Biden administration won't even take their phone call. Won't even take their phone call. And yet people say the Afghans won't fight. I told you before In seven years time 50,000 of them died and they weren't all shot in the back. They died fighting. Asked Joey Jones. Yes, Dan Crenshaw. Ask Brian Mast. Ask all these Americans. As retired Colonel Richard Kemp, commander. British forces. They fought. The Afghans. They fought to the death, especially their special forces. I went under Biden, the greatest military in the face of the earth leaves under cover of dark. The bargaining Air force. Which means they'll have no backup. Pulls out the CIA Intel Pulls out the contractors, the American contractors maintaining their helicopters and so forth. Does it without even talking. To that government or military to

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Interview With Joey Jones - Part II

The Dan Bongino Show

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

Interview With Joey Jones - Part II

"Really an inspiration. I mean that you're not just a friend. I said to producer Jimmy is a new radio show for me. We started last week. I'm enjoying it and wait. No, we were gonna do a show on. Oh, thank you, brother. We knew we were gonna do a memorial day show Joey Jones. I don't even have to think twice. You're so eloquent. You're so articulate. You're so humble, unnecessarily so, but true. Um, you are a sheepdog to I started the show talking about sheep, dogs, wolves and sheep. You are a sheepdog, Joey. Thank you for showing up on the show today, Please, folks, check out his show us a link on Fox Nation. You won't regret it, Joe, We have a great day. Thanks for coming on. We appreciate it, my friend. Thank you, brother. There you go, folks.

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Interview With Joey Jones

The Dan Bongino Show

01:18 min | 1 year ago

Interview With Joey Jones

"Joey was very seriously injured. Uh, In theater. And Joey has never been a victim folks at all. But Joe, you put up a post this weekend on social media that I read was kind of a thread. And it's touching and a lot of people recognize that what kind of viral and you opened up about You said something the effective you know, I choose not to drink anymore because basically It brings back the demons. You could explain what the post was about What you said there. I think the audience needs to hear that. No, I appreciate it appreciate the opportunity to talk about this. So this is not an indictment on drinking alcohol. It's it's a It's an American pass on the farm, our culture. I mean, that's just but the point is when I drink and I become Vulnerable in that way. Oh, my ability all mother since mechanisms of keeping the negative thoughts that may and making sense of all kind of go away and on a day like today, when that happens, I see my buddy and and I see the guys who should be here. We got about should've could've would've in all honesty. There is no fairness and war. There's really no fairness and life and when I was injured, for example, When I was growing up, I stepped on a bomb. My job was to find these bombs taking apart. Get him out of there, so everyone else, he said. After the bomb that killed what I consider to be a hero, Corporal Dana Greer standing 20 ft away. In two weeks later, fluid

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"joey jones" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

04:10 min | 2 years ago

"joey jones" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Memorial Day special continues we host Johnny Joey Jones welcome back to proud American gold star mothers know the process of our freedom in the effects of the selfless sacrifice made by those who serve our great nation Karen bond a gold star mother and a director of gold star family freedom tours lost her son navy seal Aaron Carson Vaughn on August sixth two thousand eleven when he was killed in action during the deadliest helicopter crash in US history now known as extortion seventeen the crash killed thirty eight seals and marines when it was shot down in Afghanistan Aaron left behind two children a nine week old daughter and two year old son through her grief Karen and her daughter terra von Baldwin began operation three hundred and I've worked on Aaron by helping children and families who have lost a loved one while serving overseas fox's Pete hegseth and fox news contributors Emily Compagno and Jason Chafetz said down with von involvement to discuss operation three hundred and their dedication to helping other families struggling with the loss of a loved one in the armed services including their expansion of the organization that brings gold star families together among our national treasures thank you both so much for being here dear friend of mine and this operation if you would first share with us what operation three hundred is for the audience absolutely so operation three hundred is a nonprofit organization that we founded back in two thousand twelve in honor of my brother Erin Vaughn who was killed in action in Afghanistan and he left behind two small children and just in the wake of that our family realized that they were never gonna know him they were never gonna get to do things that they would have done with him and realizing that that was actually a reality for so many other children around the country we started operation three hundred and up until this point our main program has been providing mentorship for these children so we pair them with men who would have been about their dad's age and they get to spend time with these men doing things that they would have done with their dad so she's a really cool program and it extends way past the camps that we do in South Florida just this past week in one of our mentors actually drove to where three of the little girls were that he's been mentoring for years now and took into it Danny daughters I mean it just extends and expands in other dancer girl and somebody has to step in and they died for us and so that's the whole purpose behind operation three hundred M. something how can people watching this from home help where they go to so yeah so go to office three hundred dot org just O. P. three zero zero dot org and you can see everything that were up to you can see where to donate you can see where to help I mean what we're looking for especially in what we're gonna talk about in just a second is corporate sponsors and and we'll hit that I'll hit that minute but that's the way we need people to help is we are giving you opportunities as Americans to just say we care tell us about it yes so we're gonna start gold star family freedom tours in April twenty twenty and I'll let her tell you again she pretty proud of her this personalities you see our differences back in July of last year my family and I have two little girls and my husband were afforded a really unique opportunity to go to Washington DC and to do some really cool things but the access that we were given was really unique so we were able to go with David Barton from wall built wall builders and congressman Louie Gohmert on a night time private tour of the capital and to have these historians you know walking through the capitol and really explain to you the treasures of our nation my girls and I my husband was standing on the balcony and just so happened that there was an orchestra playing the William over to our you know this is this is really amazing having served in Congress you have any congressman give me a hard time about opening thank you you're gonna do that for other gold star families yes so we're standing there thinking if anyone deserves access like this sorry ashan treasures it's it's these people because the gold star families have given their loved ones to protect these treasures deserve that kind of access so that was the inspiration behind it three hundred dot org go to that you can help a lot of families and a lot of kids as they go to DC and New York and.

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"joey jones" Discussed on Zero Blog Thirty

Zero Blog Thirty

03:27 min | 3 years ago

"joey jones" Discussed on Zero Blog Thirty

"And is that something that you really had to tackle like later on like through treatment stuff like that. I know you're pretty big advocate on PTSD treatment and things like that too. Is that something that you personally dealt with with feeling responsible for your actions in having some side type of guilt. Well, yes, and no, I am an advocate because I think that people did society perception of one of veterans today is very much skewed. They're supposed to match stress also such things pushed many growth in. Yeah. There you go through traumatic experiences come out on the other stronger. And that's what I've tried to do and was able to do mostly because my family at one real little boy when I got. Hurt. He needed a dad. No matter what had right people they're supporting me when onto cover, but it took me seven years. So that got coke will Greer ended up dying? And I didn't realize it until the moment. But it took me seven years of meat is why and and I connected with her on cellphones early on within the first year in became what I thought was friends with her. But took me seven years of base base the fence. And so a lot of emotion sent me in it took some working through it. She's very graceful in helping through it. I think helping other guys out being there for my family, those key to me of recovering in a positive way in strong way, south never had the diagnosis of post, MAC stress and say that don't have it would be a pretty bad misnomer. There are things I'd do differently in life now. But they make sense like I don't go into big crowds because those people know walking out still so I don't go to bars drink because I can't afford to lose control him faculties when I'm already pretty highly. Anyway, and so their little things like that that may be deeper rooted, but I've learned to live. Life really, healthy and satisfying way. Yeah. And I think that the way that you connect with other people and speak with people. I always tell people that this this podcast that is spent talking with Kate and Connor is better than any VA related counseling that I've ever been to because it's like we talk about joint experiences. We talk about things that only other veterans really know about and I think that's incredibly helpful. And I appreciate the work that you do for veterans, man. The last one I don't want to get the last one. Now, you've picked like three of the most handsome dudes in Hollywood to which I don't hate that move at all. But you pick John Krasinski from the office fame. He'll always be Jim to me. But he does all kinds of other stuff too. Why would he be your post marine self? Well, John Krasinski, right? We're talking Jim from the office. And now, Jack Ryan if you haven't seen that need watch truly do is it I haven't seen it. It's really good. But what I like about it is both. So Jack Ryan is a stack of guy that has all these skills sets Marine Corps back now. But his kind of Bank for sonnets. He's just a nerdy gal working in an office in. I never wore a suit until I got the legs blown off a bomb tech. And then I worked on Capitol Hill. So I kinda feel like there's some some kindred spirit there wanna call tactical Jim which is Jack Ryan character in. I really liked that a lot. I think is versatile. You can be pretty nerdy. Looking guy really looking guide in that's been my experience in the last eight years. So I thought that kind of really summed it all and he's the tallest one among the three probably I don't even have legs anymore. So there's some irony there did you whenever you got your prosthetics. Did you like say, hey, when I'm standing bumped me up like two three inches? I want to be. You know, people ask me on a time. I could ask three things daily, which is a how tall are you?.

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"joey jones" Discussed on Zero Blog Thirty

Zero Blog Thirty

03:37 min | 3 years ago

"joey jones" Discussed on Zero Blog Thirty

"They're a join them rink or out of a small town in Georgia. Dalton Georgia back. In two thousand five went straight to twenty nine palms else told I could go to Florida in Camp Lejeune in. I'm went to twenty nine palms for school in then got stationed in July. So I was bar away as a country bumpkin could be I realized going into the record. It have any influences. So I thought we we all just lived in squad bays and some of us were smart enough to do extra jobs in sales in the super nerdy job. We did things like we would sweep pavement like to add discipline. There was no challenge to it. My pinion and wanted something better or well. Let me take it back said wanted nothing more along the lines of what I was looking for. So I I ended up finding yo d at two thousand seven two thousand eight and then and then in two thousand ten and so Iraq was seventy eight in by that time. It was the bombs were they're getting shot at wasn't a part of it. We adapt gassed in two thousand ten completely different war Glennon tenth for good shot at every day the Vondra here and there, but it's it's a more hands on. War, and so much experiences between the two are very different in both very relevant both combat, but one of them, I could go back coffee and go to a big Jim and yelled one could lift sandbags but wanted to sleep in Albor backpack. Most of the time so two different wars. A lot of people don't realize that insult basically, Afghanistan two thousand ten thanks. It off really big in Helmand province and we brought about sixty four Yogi techs. I think thirty four of us came back either killed or severely amputated. It was just a really really rough year novels one of those guys. Wow. So on the mission that actually you actually were injured on what happened there? So if you if you look at a map, and you look the Helmand province that the key at dinovite are in the province is the Helmand river, so the Anniston house in wasn't the mountains. Like you see on lone survivor things like that. It was a river valley in about a half a mile on each side of the river was poppy fields. We call that agrees on where the greens. Zone in Iraq was a safe area the green zone in Afghanistan is where it was green. We're the poppy fields were whether it's Alabama wanted to buy. So we went in not sure that it would be that big of a fine things been pretty calm in two thousand nine in two thousand ten they moved from now Zad saying in a earth of early Mars. They moved down into the river valley because they thought added secure the poppy fields. That's where we were. And so that's what that woman turned into a whole lot of IV's. I think it worked about eighty nine vs, Bob and a half months while I was there never was a small one that we have a we have a lot of civilian listeners whenever you talk about working an idea as an actual yo Di tech it's not like the fucking hurt locker like. What is it? What is it like when you're working these ID's does it ever get to the point for you as you're walking through when it's like your very first one I one actual combat mission. Real-life ID you're standing there still dude from Georgia. And you're looking at it what's going through your brain will not very first one. We were clearing the rats. We had a big trucks in a lot of soldiers there, helping us requiring a road for all the ideas that were had been put on it over the last six weeks and put the robot out of the truck kind of like what you saw in her locker Jovan on the robot did so then walked down pulled robot back our way on down the go ahead and work on ID by hand. You've what you try to, you know, book a rope to it stand back and pull on it. That would Lowe's up it doesn't blow you up got a ton of great standoff distance between you and this in the action that you're taking..

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"joey jones" Discussed on Zero Blog Thirty

Zero Blog Thirty

04:00 min | 3 years ago

"joey jones" Discussed on Zero Blog Thirty

"I've say when I grew up I was very conservative. I think my first presidential election. I voted for Mike Huckabee. I believe that was my first president might have might have been second. But I think it was the first one who I voted for and now my after going to war and my time in the Marine Corps. My basic political philosophy is I don't give a fuck what you do is. As you don't like hurt somebody else like that's my main political philosophy. So we are definitely shaped by our experiences for sure, but you've had a very interesting life, not just in the Marine Corps. But before it, and you had to tweet the other day that talked about how you would have three different people play you in a row because I think that's always a fun game. Especially when you think about combat like me, if I had to pick somebody to play me, I think I would do before Tom green would be what one of mine for sure. You're probably Jack black now that I'm a little fatter. And then I like to think of my Marine Corps days. Just somebody like really attractive like Justin Timberlake to put it on their take. That would be good. But you had a really good when I wanna walk through. Why you thought these were your people your people are your young life prior to be an marinas? Chris Pratt wise that well if you've ever been a fan of arts and rent this character on that show as one I think of when I think of Chris Pratt long before star Lord radio that and that was a lot me always wanna make people laugh icon was lost them a home world, honestly, assault things as they affected me. Not anyone around me. But I had a good heart. And I was nice to people. So I think that character really reminds me of where I was before the marine or kind of found me and showed me how could be it's not that was kind of funny in honestly, these three guys specifically, I look out to allied Callen carry themselves in and out of movies alike. Whether talking to speak publicly allowed respect they have for people, and they seem to have a great time when there. Family and in that kind of thing really resonates with me security. Gotta ask you. If it was fat. Chris Pratt or in shape. Chris pratt. Probably more chubby Spratt Zalis Chevy played football on a little bit more Chevy. Did. Okay. Let's go to a second one in the Marine Corps after boot camp. You had Ryan Reynolds. Yeah. So you know, you go through boot camp, and you come out on your side. And you think you're God's gift to women. And that's Ryan Reynolds kinda comes in most roles. These had he had this kind of draw sarcasm, but it always works really well with women for better or worse. I did. Well, with the ladies I could see that dude with the southern draw and I could see getting out of camp throw it on the dress blues in just crushing it. You know, I tell people in probably this is the burst of done it in a media outlet. So I'll find out if it has a battery question about fall time. Now learn how to speak the crowds do public speaking in just networking connect with people by being one of one hundred thousand jar heads that kind of look the same dress the same in the military. Based in being one of hundred thousand hit on that waitress or right or did it go to go out with me? So I learned like many gotta really learn how to connect with somebody in separate yourself in a learn that by hitting on girls, the be honest with you, that's how learn this. And sometimes successful most of the time probably not. But but I appreciate that about Ron Reynolds. He definitely has charm that comes across thing that at least thought to have when I was in the wrinkle. So let's talk about while we're in your Marinko. Let's talk about what happened whenever you were injured because of people that are just listened to the podcast. They don't know you you are double amputee. Can you kind of explain what what happened to to lead you to where you're at now? Yeah. Absolutely lost. Both my legs above the knee in a bomb blast in Afghanistan. Back in two thousand ten and that time working as a Neo de check in explosive ordinance disposal or Bonte in my path..

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"joey jones" Discussed on Zero Blog Thirty

Zero Blog Thirty

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"joey jones" Discussed on Zero Blog Thirty

"January fifteenth to more than fifty thousand members of the coast guard about forty two thousand of them are required to report to work without pay because they are deemed essential employee's only ship. That's just really really disheartening and tough to to hear because you do think about there's no choice. You still have to work with to have to go to work in knowing no matter what you're not going to get paid until this gets fixed is really crummy. And then you think about if you have a mortgage or even if you have rent to make that net is such a scary feeling to know shit. I don't have enough money in my checking account to pay my rent and feed my family, it is really really daunting. So I hope they get this figured out sooner rather than later. Well, I'm just glad that the duffel blog hopped on and let us know that the coast guard will now begin reselling their seized cocaine amid the shutdown so that they can make some extra money if he okay? Yeah. Those it's sad to see people's not go out their money in there doing what they signed do. I think that the nation owes it to you at a not just the coast guard. I don't wanna just we have lots of people who work in the federal agencies who listen to the show to eighty thousand people no matter, what your no matter where you are financially unless you're like fuck Jeff pays those missing an entire paycheck hits you are. So you're definitely in our thoughts. We hope that you get it through. There's lots of organizations I think that reach out to help. But those bills man that gotta be paid because Bank of America, and all those other places they aren't going to be waiting for your mortgage nearly care. I they way the need it same thing with car payments. And if it dings their credit man that really suffered if you after Aachen about months long, or whatever it could take these servicemembers who signed up to serve their country months and even years to recover from the financial impact that that kind of stuff happens. Pretty fucking terrible. Are let's move in to round number five. We got John. Joey Jones, former marine staff sergeant retired. He is doing big time things. Let's listen to Joe..

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"joey jones" Discussed on Zero Blog Thirty

Zero Blog Thirty

04:04 min | 3 years ago

"joey jones" Discussed on Zero Blog Thirty

"I told you guys I think six months ago is the first time that I had walked through an airport with headphones on young is didn't feel like the nastiest thing in the world walking around. There was a time where might affir- started that I have a lot of respect for this guy. That was injured in Iraqi worked for rooted warrior regiment in Quantico, and he was taken me out to lunch right before I got promoted to staff NCO, and there was another staff sergeant that was walking through a parking lot. And he was on his cell phone. I knew this staff sergeant that was walking on his phone in this first sergeant for sergeant Barrett started screaming at him, and you rarely see like a I started yell at another staff NCO in public like, we're all the other Junior Murray could see it in Hugh like, you nasty motherfucker how fucking dare you. It was like he had just would that? Deck and started pissing on Jesse polars grave. It isn't there? He is like you nasty bitch. And then he liked the staff sergeant looked at him. Like what whatever it was doing because he was just getting into his car. He might have walked in talked for like fifteen steps. Maybe the okay you look at me like I'm out in left field with a fucking football bat. Get your bitch ass over here. And just goes off on him in this parking lot for a cell phone in. I'm just standing there much. Yup. This is exactly the way that I'll be whenever I haven't. This is gonna mean he yelling at people for having air bod's in their ears, those it was fifteen steps to many and chaps. I haven't heard football that in so long. So thank you for that. A ball bat. That's thing. Exactly. The out field with one. North and you have a dick grown onto your forehead, which is another one. Excuse me. Let's throw down the gauntlet and do the the plank challenge though. What do you guys think Kate? I'm I can do the full. I'll do full three minutes Ozzy. What I said I could do cons. I have no idea. Whatever Kate does though I'll do more whatever. Media this week. We'll have something up wherever the three of us probably all going at once see you can lasts longest it'll be me. No big ready to issue. A statement on official statement. My first statement is one I would never plank. Plank? You don't run? Let's move on to round number four. This was a little bit more heavy of a topic. The coast guard is going without pay. I think that a lot of times when you're outside of the military bubble. You don't think about this? But with eight hundred thousand federal employees, not getting paid because of the government shutdown. It's a big damn deal. I was in on active duty whenever the shutdown happened under President Obama. I I believe all you guys were to run this. Yes, I remember. And I remember that there's a lot of financial institutions that came to the aid of military members. Instead, hey will front you the money of your paycheck. And I think that that's not happening as fast with the coastguard the coastguard, and I feel bad hand up. It's on us. We haven't been as respectful to the co starred as we have should be on the podcast, but they do invaluable job. I mean, there was a lady on our radio show Kate that would be. You dead. If she wasn't rescued by the coast guard to welcome to the jungle they do that. This is true. But they just do they do. So so so much on all of our water when you're trying to give them credit and still being very reduction realistic. But they do you mind. If I read off the thing really quick because now they're taking action with all these these coast guard members not getting paid, which is a huge if you've ever a paychecks been late for you. You know, how stressful it can be in so many people do live kind of paycheck to paycheck. So this can really set off a series of events that really fucks up your life. So senate's moving with legislation that could pay coastguard servicemembers. Even if the budget stalemate continues Senator John thune Republican from South Dakota introduce the pay our coastguard act. I can't believe that's the thing..

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03:31 min | 3 years ago

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"It's not that's not a hard thing thing about the ovulation of who can run eighteen minutes and months three miles eighteen minutes. That's either if you're talking about a minute and a half plane people could do that like that's such show relatively easy. I think it's got to be at least five minutes because you're gonna wanna have like a tear to subdue because in the ver- every single branch of service. The PF PFC is important because you have think you have elements of promotion that are based on that. And if you make everything equal that's what I would love to see I would love to see the Marine Corps go to completely equal program for every single job every single gender. Whatever you wanna do. Everybody doesn't same thing where it's fifteen. Ups or the maximum, then you have a five minute, plank or whatever. And then if you complete the run in under twenty minutes, three miles under twenty minutes. That's the perfect score for everybody. I don't think that there should be a difference. There. There's not a difference in the rifle range. There's not a different set anything else. It's fitness tests that are very based on ages and shit like that. And I don't think that should exist. Either the comment on the comment on wants to get a first class. PF tea is asked aspect it'd be doing twelve pull ups at age sixty that's fair. You saw stuff that made you trigger it on. I read it there chaps. What was it? I did find some stuff that be triggered. So one thing these newfangled people we've been getting called boots. We give him to call poked me and getting called everything in the hits the grand comments, which I love bringing on bitches. I am a pug soup. Mutt? G the. But. That was unnecessary. I always totally unnecessary. There's a new thing air pods. Right. Like having. Yeah. I can't even imagine walking into a company office or walking into a place where people are working in uniform in. They're wearing headphones can you guys? Now, not at all. No, no, no, no. It's totally informed fashionable apparently now, it's a thing. I'm not sure if it's a thing completely across let us know if you're listening in your Anak duty, let us know if you're allowed to do it. I just imagine when I was accompanied gunny if I walked in in somebody's wearing your pods. My fucking head would explode it you'd I would go so high into the right over something so minor I was even triggered when I read this on read it because I love reading USMC boot is the page that I got this from can you wear. Your buds in utilities. Some of the comments are like. Yeah, man. No problem is long as you're not walking around. And I was reading like, no. What do you mean? It's okay. What do you mean chapter? Mchugh I. chops on with you. But I wonder if this is kind of light win cell phones became more prevalent, and it became you can be on your cell phone in uniform, but you can't be walking in on the cell phone. And I wonder just because we're so far removed in ear buds were not a thing at all and ear headphones were barely thing when we were still in. So we just think of it from from that perspective. But do you think now that we've been removed for so long that stuff like this is kinda just the norm? We might be the crusty old timers. Now, I think so you're might be somebody got to now mean, but. Cell phone thing. That's still is weird to me. I still will not walk and talk. Why I'm on my phone like actually being in the conversation. I will stop in. It's just something. That's ingrained..

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01:51 min | 3 years ago

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"Could tuck your little feet underneath your butts sheiks and have your basically your thighs at like a ninety degree angle. And whatever you're in that position you really only have to move like four five inches like host. So that was what a crunch. I don't think it's a good broader for fitness by any means. But that's what it was how long Kate will start with you. How long do you think you'd have to do a plank to make it like, what do you think? The perfect score for the for the plank has gotta be like time wise if that's what they do. I I'd like to say, I could probably outflank all of you. I really I think I could I got book you guys in planking. I think I'm here to tell you that is definitely not true. But go ahead. Perfect score three minutes. Cons. What do you think? Perfect score should be op just trying to think I think it's less than that. I think it's probably two minutes. Maybe maybe even less maybe minute a half minute man scared to plank. I mean that's perfect score. You think that's the equivalent of do twenty pull ups? I think he minutes you gotta have a difficult difficult for who though. What the army you're saying cons. What you think the army will make it or the marines? I to between two and three minutes. Sounds right. I don't know. I think an hour. I think okay got an hour. Okay. I'll look at it first. And then everyone else will follow in reality. I think five minutes, I think five minutes is what it should be. Wow. Five minutes because it's got to be difficult. Think about the percentage of the population who can do twenty pull ups dead hang pull ups, it's not high..

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01:50 min | 3 years ago

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"And this is from the marine times you're saying that marina like this is way too easy because the other ones are difficult like reading for a perfect score for males is three minutes ATM eighteen minute mile. That's that's tough three three miles in eighteen minutes. Six minute mile. Then that's pretty quick. Like, you read it pretty fast. The other one is twenty pull ups to get a perfect score. The hundred points were guaranteed with the crunches. And I don't think anybody's like, I wanna have something more difficult. They are going to switch from crunches. Not even full sit ups crunches to a plank plank is performed by holding your body in tight formation generally in a push up like position and maintain that foreign for a period of time. It is considered an isometric core exercise, and unlike crunches a plank does not involve a contraction of the muscles during this is also besides the fact complaining this next line is the biggest bullshit because the plank does not involve. Movement. There's a possibility to lead to fewer exercise related injuries during PF t who is getting injured doing crutches money. Like is that issue apparent apparently get injured I see like a crusty sergeant majors hernia popping out from between his groin or something like that. I don't see anyone getting hurt the crunches question question in in the army army. Do we did sit ups? So, you know, you your knees bent, so chest your knee as a completed sit up. What counts as a crunch? So you can bullshit. You could fake the funk big time. Yeah. Longer armed for my body. So basically, you just have to cross your arms in front of your adn adamant, if you were smart about it, you all your arm has to do as make contact with any portion of the top part of your thoughts. Alone. Ceesay if you were flexible like I was not now. But I was you.

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02:59 min | 3 years ago

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"Because it's whenever you've had something in place, like the Marine Corps jobs done this for. I mean, I think they'd done it this way since ofa may nineteen twelve or whatever fucking near that was I I think that's just the way that it's been so people think that it's going to be terrible. But in reality, just like a lot of issues that come up in the military, and we integrate they thought it was going to be a huge deal whenever you could be openly gay the military too. And that didn't cause even the broom mode. Yeah. I don't know. I the only thing I'll say is. There are. Yeah. There's intelligent Artem every other branch. Does it already? Right everybody. Does it already every other branch does already? And if there are intelligent arguments to be made, those are the ones you do not see the so much. If you read the comments on any of the stories about it right now, it's all these old salt dogs who were probably like did on her. Like, there goes the Marine Corps Gol. It's like shut up idiot. Like, wait a minute. Are there periods attract the buyers? That's all you see right now. So oh, well, but whatever maybe they'll start having period. Tuesday's boot camp they might to see that. Oh, girl. Please. You have any thoughts on that cons any thoughts on the females training with males boot camp? I think it just goes back to what we've long said on this show. I don't care what's between your legs. And I think if you're going to integrate women and men in combat you might as well start at the beginning and get them used to it. Right. When they show up. So I don't see any issue as right now, certainly I think once they get into it. I think it behooves them to take a look at everything six months year. See how things are progressing, and and certainly I think the way they do things right now are going to change how they do them six months to a year. So to make sure that they're getting the most out of the marine recruits. But overall, I think it's a a good initiative, and we'll see hopefully it works for them. I just like to play. The who've and initiative. Yeah. Soliloquy, and I appreciated much. I think. I wanna rephrase everything you guys are already said it just say it again. Yeah. This is just supporting what you guys said, but tossing some officer woods. I think I super agree with you there. All right. Let's move on. Speaking of boot camp stuff round number three. Marines might be switching from crutches to planks. Marines have complained for ages at the crunch portion of the physical fitness test or PF T are too easy who the fucks complaining about that fact that was my biggest qualm with this story. It's like, wait. Spoke up and said, hey, this is like the kid on Friday afternoon. Excuse me. You didn't give us any homework for the weekend. Yeah. Exactly..

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03:35 min | 3 years ago

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"Still going to be fire watches like roaming around. You're not allowed to go. Like, you weren't even allowed to go into the other side. Like if you've never been to boot camp like for for on the male side, pretty sure it's the females as well. There's different squad bays with a joint head like meets a joint bathroom that meets for both right and going to the other side and going to the other side of the squad bay you have to go out a set of doors and then go back into another side. I cannot imagine a male recruit or a female recruit. Being like, you know, what that guy that? I saw on PT that we're not allowed to speak to each other in a comment or because you don't even talk to your house that you're in pertain with now like during PT shut the fuck up all the time. So it's not like you're going to see somebody lock is. And it's going to be like, your the cat or puppy from. Can I say lady and the tramp? Sharon spaghetti at the challenge ever is the first whoever's the first man and woman recruits in these groups to get caught fucking I will personally take out for a steak dinner because they earned it. They they had a work for. I honestly if you Bank somebody at boot camp, I don't even think you should have to go through oath, re twenty school becoming a reconnaissance man, I think you should automatically pass like scout sniper school and o-3 Twenty-one if you can get some coach or get some dick at boot camp, you deserve it. Do are y'all gonna be taken interns this year to now the question? Oh, yeah. DM me, if you if you want to be because I mean, the thing about it is and I want I want to address this a little bit on the radio because give people an opportunity to call Kate. And I called Pogues all the time Connor gets call poke. Yes. Like, we have never said that we are like the infantry and all be all of the Marine Corps. We've all done some shit and Benson places have done some things, but we weren't infantry people. Like, I was a dog hand there with a reconnaissance battalion whenever I was deployed. That's what I did. So we come from both of us come from environments. I can't speak for Connor. But Kate, and I come from integrated platoons, and even in that there's not a whole lot of issues with people fucking all the time. It's just not a big doesn't happen. Sure. But it's not enough to like change the way the Marine Corps is running. And like when I go to the field with my guys they didn't make me sleep separately or do anything separately? Like, I was like, I never I never blue anybody. I mean, I don't know. Maybe that's just me being like, I never had the desire again. I don't speak for everybody. And I know it happens for sure it happens. But like it was never a problem. And I think to be held to this higher. I think women will now be held to a higher standard. And I think it does make a difference mentally because before we were not seen as as good as the guys and to be held to a higher standard now. And to be said, you are equal. You're the same. I know not in every way, we're not in. There are arguments to be made. But I think it will actually we're going to see a huge improvement all around in the performance of women in the military like in the at least. And and Dave sure that you've heard the old Trump many times that they don't perform to the same standard. I my if I was changing anything about the Marine Corps, the military in general, I would have one standard across the board. If it was the Marine Corps. Everybody has to do the same amount of pull ups females males included. The perfect score. Is the perfect score. I would make everybody do the exact same thing. If you meet the standard, you meet the standard. And if you don't you fucking don't. I would do. Again, free steak dinner to ever FOX camp. Dave, I thought he was just like blown away. But my point, but I like calls like that every now. And then because I mean, it is an issue, and I understand people who don't agree with it..

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04:02 min | 3 years ago

"joey jones" Discussed on Zero Blog Thirty

"Sirius XM channel eighty five. The hi hater show would be a case sometimes constitu. All right. Let's go out to the phone lines. We got Dave in Texas. What's up? Dave. Hey, so John I venture blog today about obviously about like the gender thing. It'd be Kip. And I was just really kind of wondering at least sports, you know, we go through the training, and obviously like the whole part of like brainwashing. And and you know, taking personal responsibility personal responsibility the team just like how how does that? Like, I think that when you do. So like this it's going to invalidate some points of maybe training purposes in terms of like the way. Like, it are they gonna have like female Jewish doctors with all right? Hold on. Hold on. Let me let me set up from the listeners who might not have read the blog today. So today's the first time in Marine Corps history that there will be a company of marines are battalion of marines that are training together, both female and male traditionally males and females at Marine Corps boot camp on Parris island have trained differently. There's been three battalions of marines for a second and third. Fourth battalion has been females now there will be a platoon of females within a company of third battalion on Parris island. I wrote a blog in favor of it. I think it's fine. Dave, you seem like you disagreed. You wanna say why you disagree? I disagree from the aspect of the more of the training perspective. Okay. So all obviously, like, we're we're built on a team when you get the MCAT or if you go to east coast, west coast best goes, but it's it's just I think that. We integrate stuff like so I read it. But is it just going to be a platoon within a company like it's not going to be a mixed platoon? Is that correct? Yes, right now that the initial training is there's going to be five male platoons and one female tune within that company. Okay. So then I'm I must have misread it. But what the same standards? I think within the company how like how overlay in terms of like delay that male drill. Instructors going to treat female recruits at female, drove truckers streak, male recruits. I think that's gonna potentially like crossover and caused some problems also when you have any male, recruits and female recruits in these same like the Senate like there's like they're gonna get caught fucking like that's like like you supposed to fucking the schoolhouse kids out like invade p for fucking the schoolhouse. I just think that's inevitable. Fact, I think that could possibly to take away from like the affec-. Of the training. If you find Kate I'll let you talk and just like, you wanna you wanna address that because you are female marine, you you actually go. Well, so again when? Address the first thing I think they're going to have extensive training on it, whichever drill. Instructors are gonna take this over. I think they're going to be well versed in it. And anything you say beforehand is just completely subjective. You have no idea how it's going to be and how it's going to be conducted. So that's all hearsay and easy to get like riled up about or whatever not that. You are. I'm just saying and then as for the having sex like, oh, if they they meet they're going to have sex. Okay. I my thought is if they do so what they shouldn't. But every now and then people do, but it takes two to Tango. And second of all I don't again, it's one of those things like chipset earlier out of the whole percentage of people who would very small, but that's what gets blown up, and it's made a huge thing of. I think. Yeah. My point on the sex thing. It's like we forget what boot camp is like you don't have the not just fucking hanging out there..

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03:47 min | 3 years ago

"joey jones" Discussed on Zero Blog Thirty

"The navy is getting rid of their bread and water punishment eight p p p p only allowed to do that on goats. Right. I had it myself a to do it on submarines and ships. But they got rid of it. You're no longer allowed to put that as a commanding officer put that as a punishment a bread and water where you only live eat bread and water Guy Roux pan hand up. I didn't actually know that was still a thing. Oh, yeah. I have to say if they were giving me a nice soured L. I'd be pretty cool with that. Right. What else are you gonna do on as disciplined on the ship? I mean, you guess. Like what how far are you going to run on the ship run here? Run background here. Fuck that. Now, I wonder if they got wonder if they get butter with their Brent because that definitely changes things too. That's a game changer. I don't know. I'm sure they give you a nice oil to dip it in. I go last on national marmalade or an apple butter. I would imagine I think it's olive garden breadsticks they get shipped in. I think they're analysts you can eat as many. Those bucket. Roles from Texas roadhouse. That's what those Those are. are good. Those were good cheddar Baid biscuits at the holidays next one on your list cake because I think people are going to find this surprising because you think of Steve McQueen you're like Steve McQueen fucks if he's gonna get in trouble with pride for fucking the next dude on the list. Shocker. Oh, yeah. Before his famous last stand at the battle of little Bighorn. General George Custer was on the stand at court martial for abandoning his post to go see his wife. So he took the newly formed seventh cavalry on an expedition against the Sioux and Cheyenne Indians in eighteen sixty seven, but along the way he took a slight detour in left his regiment to see his wife. Libby, back at Fort Riley, probably also talking and of course, again, folks, probably talking we'll fuck he was for Custer huge. But guy stuck guy. The cheeks he did he was court martialled and convicted on eight counts, including absence without leave a wall. Emma suspended from duty for one year without pay. Ironically, his court marshal. Also included testimony that Custer ordered deserters to be shot without trial previously. So karma is a bitch. Also aunts, explain yourself as another cavalryman. I know you have great admiration for Custer. Explain yourself. I don't know about admiration for Custer just because of hearing this new news that has come to light. I don't know that I can really hold him in any sort of high esteem. I had no idea about this story. And this is I mean, ultimately like what you said Kate Carmody bitch. 'cause we all know what happened accuster unhinged unfortunate when I worked on Quantico one last note on deserters who spent enough time on there used to be people who were brought into the PM oh station almost like every couple months every four or five months you'd have somebody dropped off. Like, hey, we picked this guy up at the gate using electrocution. We ran his idea to came back as a deserter one did all the way back from Vietnam time period. Like how long time ago the guy was in there. Then he had to go to the barracks. They kept him in the. Barrick's? So this dude was like fucking had to be sixty at this. In the barracks where you'd see him in. You just assume, you know, like, you see somebody who's obviously old in camby's. You're either ready to say good afternoon master gunnery sergeant or ready to salute. Because you know, they've been in it for a long time you like pets or pro what the fuck is going on here for that long. And they're just that. That's the way it goes. Sometimes let's move on round number two female, a male marine recruits are trained together for the first time at bootcamp will America after fold up shop soon, we actually talked about this on the high hater show. Here's a portion of what we talked about on that show, which you can listen to every single day six to seven PM eastern time on.

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03:28 min | 3 years ago

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"And if you look at any other portion of the world in any other job, if if you don't like it, you can just quit. But in the military, we have you know, a certain yearly a year amount contract. Do you think there should be a way to get out of your contract because you get into the military being six months to a year and realized, wow, this is not at all what I expected it to be. And it's not what I want to be doing. And I don't wanna be here. Do you think there should be a Wade opt out or does that just opening up a can of worms K O? I I guess I I don't think. So now you sign the dotted line, you know, that it's permanent. I mean, they spell it out pretty damn clear. I think now if you start acting out, and it's like clearly abo- bergdahl kind of situation where the warning signs were there. Well ahead of time. Like, I'm not putting blame on other fully on other. Or anything like that? But like then there's exceptions to the rule. It's not black white. But no you sign that dotted line. You hate it. Too bad. You're fuck you. You're you're in. If we did something like how they do it West Point or Annapolis in night for the air force academy. Does it to where you have a four year obligation? If you don't like it under your first year, you can get out with no charge. But I mean, that's the workhorses. You can't do that. Because that's the workhorses the fours in below are what makes the military move. If we allow those people when it's your shittiest time. Nobody is gonna stay in. I mean there the day that corporal Donaldson told me that I needed to pick out every single we of two acres of. I would have fitted myself to the main bataille build and be like guys I am fucking outer because those jobs suck e for below jobs suck. Well, this deserter in Indiana brought back. This guy is not the only one there's actually some pretty famous people. And I found a list by puzzle DRA, he's found a duffel blog. He works at tasking purpose now, but Mark Twain, the author of books like the adventures of Tom Sawyer in Huck Finn, aka Samuel Clemens was his real name. But did you know that Mark Twain was deserter did not know that word, so he joined the Marion Rangers during the civil war that was a confederate militia out of Hannibal, Missouri. And after only two boring weeks, I guess he got really bored. A lot of the soldiers were just retreating from union troops. They weren't doing anything. They disbanded and a lot of the guys who disbanded went to join other confederate units then because they were assigned to the confederacy. He just scattered he dipped out and later in life. He admitted his history as it is. Hurter on the grounds that he just was not made for soldiering. I would agree. Imagined Mark Twain fucking sitting there as a soldier sitting underneath a big old oak tree. He's scribbling in his old journal rate, and they're single person in that unit like this fucking pussy. What a nerd writing? He mark. We're right in the middle of a battle. Maybe key lend a hand here pal quick put the journal now for a little bit. And maybe take up a musket. I know. Well, so the next guy on this list. There's only a couple of here that I'll read but actor Steve McQueen so way back in the day. He was considered the king of cool. He was in the movie, the blob bullet, the Thomas crown affair, and he was also in the Brig his rebellious nature came to a head when he led a weekend pass turn into a two week tryst with his girlfriend taller talk. And of course, folks book a little bit of fucking it. Sure patrol apprehended him, but he resisted, and then spent forty one days in the Brig the first twenty one living off bread and water. Breaking news. Breaking news. Breaking news sound..

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03:43 min | 3 years ago

"joey jones" Discussed on Zero Blog Thirty

"Didn't have a car were job in paid cash. According to police officers discovered Robert broddrick Forty-six deserted the army eighteen years ago after he came into a police station to talked about to talk to them about an altercation with the co workers officers became suspicious, eventually gave up officers his real name and told him that he had been living under the radar and Clinton for seventeen years. He worked jobs and things that he was painting cash nothing that ever required a social security number. He lived in a low rent apartment. He walked everywhere never had a driver's license. He was really no trouble at all. I mean to leave your job at eighteen years. And it makes it better in my opinion. A back to my original thought he left in two thousand nothing was really voted on in two. Now, there was some I obviously. Out Batty felt after two you can't go back. Like, you can't go back in two thousand one after nine eleven be like us. Sorry, guys goofed he putting on SNL ribbons any screwed it up. I think the biggest punishment was that he lived in a small western Indiana city for that long. I think that's punishment enough. But what do I know just washing a little bit of dishes getting to think that that is such a move that young military member makes is like you make this in the moment. Now like we posted on the Instagram account this picture of young airman who clearly bought a Mustang probably like twenty eight percent interest. We do these things young servicemembers that have instinct gratification. I magic what do you guys think you left for? I imagine it's because he didn't wanna do feel that or not it was probably definitely something like that. It's it's either that or there was a girl that I would say a love interest for sure. Oh, yeah. Brian leaking out and Gary. Indiana was just. I would hold up my space past song under my space. I mean traps you're over the place. My space wasn't around in two thousand buddy. I'm pretty sure. Pretty sure my that was oh was it. When did my space come about? Because I feel like I didn't get into my space and till well into college, and that was after two thousand to maybe my space wasn't around buck going to fact check that. But anyway, but anyway in rate, I wonder if he had any sort of guilt after nine eleven thinking odd, Jesus she really be helping out helping the guys as they get ready to go fight a war on terror. So I'm just going to say he didn't because especially after that with to not come forward after that. And to just continue hiding now, I don't think this guy fell too bad. I think is pretty content with them, maybe not. But Jeffrey Mukul great point. When you talk about is. Of course, when you're talking about guys who don't want to be there, and how they ultimately become a detriment to the unit as opposed to any sort of added value. I mean, great great example, again chap, some Guineas more praise using the Vietnam example, you had so many problems with guys over there who would just more concerned about doing drugs and drinking than executing on their missions. And as a leader, you would think if there's someone in my unit my platoon who just has zero interest that can alternately get my other soldiers hurt killed whatever get me her killed. I would just leave that dude back. Like, hey, if you're really that been out of shape about serving and being in this war. Don't don't even be here. And it brings me to my last question all the other hand, if you let anybody out whenever they wanted to the you have a unit Christmas party. Everybody's getting now. Oh, yeah. Like this. I'm getting out by leave request was denied. I'm just going to get out. Yeah. But I actually had a question because I never thought about it until you said it a few minutes ago. You talk about an all volunteer service..

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"joey jones" Discussed on Zero Blog Thirty

Zero Blog Thirty

04:12 min | 3 years ago

"joey jones" Discussed on Zero Blog Thirty

"Now into the rounds from that magazine number one, a fellow who was a deserter for eighteen years has been captured after he walked into a police station to bitch about a co worker who was pissing him off, number two, female, and male recruits are training together. For the first time since bootcamp will America have to fold up shop soon. Three changes are being made to the Marine Corps version of the fitness test are planks better than crunches will also have some advice for people shipping off to boot camp four with the government shutdown. Our coastguard pals are not getting paid which is actually bad and five special guest, retired marine Johnny Joey Jones, who quite frankly, charm, the shit outta chaps and spoke openly and honestly about life as an amputee Litz. Go. Larry. Well, it's been a big weekend for UK great job, by the way on the I think you were the star of the show except for the the double door star the show on your first electric chair when you went in where you feel nervous. I wasn't feeling nervous. I just felt excited to watch the eagles game with like friends around. And I love shit talking. Whether I'm like playing cornhole or like checkers Mana or like type of shit talker. Because you don't know shit about what's going on in the game. But you're talking ship. Every phase of the game to it's annoy you can tell you just spitting. You're calling him a blockade he is on your team. Kate kate. I could tell you. I'm definitely one of those individuals. If you were talking shits and me just knowing what your level of knowledge is for the game of football. It would annoy me to no end. So I can only imagine what Dan and Eddie and Ryan were thinking when you said anything at all would definitely in their heads. Oh, yeah. It was it was just a ton of fun. And it was a good time. And I mean, the double doing folks, I cannot believe the my goodness. The end of that game any idea what your final pizza count was. Oh my God. Commenting at seven basis. Isn't he was reading the comments? And he was like I hate to tell you this. But people telling you to stop being such a piece of shit and put the Pete down like four slices a bunch of wings. All this like two tall, boys. Gangling bug bite. Yeah. For like is gross human. But what can I say, I'm not in any more. I don't have to meet any standard. So I'm keeping we'll get to this later on in the show, but I wanna start off there the fellow who's deserter after he's captured for eighteen years so desert her so if this guy is eighteen years normally, I would say I don't care about people being deserters leaving. Because if you don't wanna be in the military, you're probably not the right type of person to be there. Like, I think that there should be greater options for people to opt out because author service, and if you have people who really hate their wife doing it brings down morale units instead of bringing them up. I think a lot of times it's just a waste of time. They get injured peed causes so many administrative problems. I don't really care, but the timing of eighteen years think about that two thousand nineteen now he's been on the run for eighteen years. Yup. Seems like he might have left right after nine eleven. That is a rough look. But I also if you don't have war like in going to war in your blood like the people who were drafted to go to Vietnam in World War Two when you're not wanting to fight in your there that has got to be horrified. So let me tell you what happened with this guy. A man who allegedly deserted the US army in two thousand. So maybe we'll listen he had good foresight. He was like, you know, what I my prepared the sheet have no excuses completely wrong. The Ray minutes of your time. Living in a small western Indiana city under a fake name..

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