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"kabul john" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

04:43 min | Last month

"kabul john" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Were driven out by U. S forces. Meantime, President Biden is defending his decision to have U. S troops Leave the country. Katele is Christina Pascucci is in our newsroom this morning with more cristina. Good morning, Megan. Chris. Good morning. The sense we're getting from reporters. And sources on the ground is that while there was utter panic and immense fear, the first two days of Taliban rule now there's still fear. But it's more of a wait and see what happens Game many still trying to flee. And this morning we just got an update from the Pentagon regarding the chaos at Kabul airport. Air operations have resumed at the airport there in Kabul. John Security is much better, although we are still working to make sure that that security can stay in a sustainable way. Over the course of today, military flights are coming in and out. In fact, over the last 24 hours, we've been able to flow in about 1000 more troops, bringing the total to roughly 3500. The information coming in this morning is that the Taliban believes their victory was a gift from God. They are claiming they want law and order. They are claiming they want peace and inclusion and will rule differently than years past and they empower in the late nineties, But we know that in their violent past that has been the antithesis of what they represent. In the face of global criticism On this withdrawal, President Biden stood firm. He said The intent was never to nation build, but rather to defeat terrorism following 9 11 and also said US troops should not die in a war The Afghan people won't fight. Current military mission. We shorten time. Lemonis but scope Focused on its objectives. Get our people and our allies as safely as quickly as possible. And once we have completed this mission We will conclude our military withdrawal, any effort any attempt to targets to threaten to intimidate our personnel? Or our operations would be met with a swift and decisive response. And all President Biden said he plans to deploy 6000 troops to evacuate us and allied personnel educated women. They're petrified right now. They're on the precipice of losing everything they've worked for the past 20 years. Currently, many of them are hiding out asking. How do you plan for the future when you don't know what the next 2 to 3 hours will bring. The Taliban has asked UNICEF to pause operations but says it can remain in the country. As we speak. Our prediction for 2021 or one child out of two will be severely malnourished. There are 18 million Afghan that I need of humanitarian assistance. Half of them are Children. We've shown you the images of Kabul airport where several people died desperately trying to get out hiding in the wheel well of a C. 17. And then there's also a picture that's just stunning right there. Hundreds packed into a plane. While there is consensus that the U. S needed to withdraw troops, the criticism lies in the method in which it was done this morning. We are hearing from Afghan citizens who are trapped veterans who were asking if their sacrifices were worth it, And we're going to hear from them all morning long. I also want to let you know that next week we're working on an in depth series on Afghans. In Southern California veterans in Southern California have been impacted by all of this, So stay tuned for all of that. I'm Christina Pascucci reporting live in the newsroom. I'll send it back to you. Christina. Thank you. Now. For the first time the U. S has declared an official water shortage for the massive Lake Mead Reservoir Amid ongoing drought in the western United States. The U. S Interior Department announced yesterday. It will cut water to Arizona, Nevada and Mexico. Beginning in October. Arizona will lose 18% of its annual amount, while Nevada will see cuts of 7%. It takes place as 10. Western governors have appealed for federal drought disaster aid for farmers and ranchers. The government has also declared the first ever water shortage from the Colorado River, which means some Arizona farmers will get less water next year. It's only a matter of time before asked to conserve more. Yeah, probably. I really wonder if this will speed up the development of these like desalinization plants. I think we have. I mean, it's popular in Israel. I think there's one in San Diego area and I'm curious if, like the L. A area will start to embrace something like that, But it's tough. There's a environmentally It's It's how shall we put it Controversial, right, right. Leave it at that. Because we've talked about. Yeah, Yeah, we've We've had different thoughts about all of this, too. But, yeah, No, it's it's It's a very interesting time in terms of like what's happening with the drought, the.

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"kabul john" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

05:25 min | Last month

"kabul john" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Is under control, 12 important provincial capitals that the Taliban controls in Afghanistan and if you're following along at home, Iraq, Kunduz, Ghazni Polycom Re Taliqan share Bergen Sorry polls marriage, Faisabad, Farrah Ibok and color in a You know, one of the things that I remember from listening to you on the Sunday morning news. Years ago was how well you Reported on news from Afghanistan. Seriously, I mean that seriously, you sounded very well informed and it was very impressive and you're just going through those names reminded me of it. Say it fast say with confidence. Nobody asks questions. Officials say additional American troops are being sent to Afghanistan because they've got to evacuate some personnel from the U. S Embassy in Kabul. Here's John Kirby from the Defense Department. Those three infantry battalions will comprise approximately 3000 personnel. And they will be in addition to those troops that are already in in Kabul. 82nd airborne will start arriving somewhere in the next 24 to 48 hours, the first movement Consists of three infantry battalions that are currently in the central Command area. Responsibility. They will move to Hamid Karzai International Airport in Kabul within the next 24 to 48 hours. Yeah, and in terms of what it was that finally cause them to pull the trigger on this. It would be wrong to conclude that there was one specific event that led to this decision that we believe this is the prudent thing to do. Given The rapidly deteriorating security situation in and around Kabul, John Kirby said an interesting thing yesterday, John Kirby again, uh, spokesman for the For the Pentagon. He said that the Afghans still have time to save themselves from final defeat, He said no potential outcome has to be inevitable, including the fall of Kabul. It doesn't have to be that way. It really depends on what kind of political and military leadership the Afghans can muster to turn this around. They're trying to say anything to cover their asses when it comes to liability, and I mean we don't really have any Uh, requirement to stay there, you know, but it's going to look bad. It's going to fall on them when the Taliban is able to do what they want to do, because we have left a bit of a vacuum, not a legal requirement. But right when you look at what's going on, and you look at some of the stories that are coming out where these Taliban members are pulling women and girls out of their homes, forcing them into marriages, which I mean marriage is a The wrong term for it. It's basically that they're stealing women past the age of puberty so that they can have sex slaves for their Taliban. I mean that and that alone this is and we're not talking about closing down schools and the more bureaucratic things that the Taliban does just the physical things, the physical torture that they're putting some of these Villagers through in these different parts of Afghanistan, it almost feels like there's a moral obligation for us. To do something, if anything to stop what appears to be inevitable? Well, I mean, you know, we talked about it when we talked about apple and privacy concerns, and would government use their their new program with the other governments use their new programs to spy on people and arrest you and kill you in some countries. If you're gay, I mean Morally. You look at a lot of places in this world and it is is not the norm for us here in America and you know, unfortunately, we can't be in all those places this is you know, former President Trump authorized plans to withdraw Biden went through with it, Kirby saying that the U. S can conduct airstrikes, noting that any attack on Americans will be met with a swift and appropriate response. And listen, I love that idea. I love that We still have that as an option, but a B 52 drop in a £500 bomb. It is a messy way to go about doing what this What with with this require you? Are you killing? Who are? Yeah. I mean, you're gonna drop it on an entire village to kill 50 guys, even though there's 150, other people who are there who have nothing to do with it. The other issue that I've seen, um, talked about a lot in in this context is There are a number of Afghan citizens who and I'm not talking about those who trained militarily and they have abandoned their post. There are tons of Afghan citizens who cooperated with the Americans when we were there who were friends to the Americans who helped with the Americans and those who have in fact. Been trained by our military and stayed on to fight the Taliban. Those people all have targets on their back, all of them and there is According to the White House. There is a concerted effort to identify those people and to help those people, whether that means getting them out of the country period or finding a way to protect them while they're still in the country, and maybe Somehow get them to, you know, gather other compatriots to fight against the Taliban, which seems like an uphill battle. All right, Uh, The big covid stuff. The vaccine booster. How do you pronounce the New New York governor's name? Local local Kathy Huckle. She she had some interesting things to say yesterday. Sure did. We'll get into that as well. Gary and Channel will continue. Layla Mohammed has an update on some news..

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"kabul john" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

07:05 min | 4 months ago

"kabul john" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"To uncover escaping nexium on. Cbc listen or wherever you get your podcasts. When you rely on the internet for everything you need speed. That can handle anything. Xfinity delivers wifi speed. Faster than a gig go online. Call one eight hundred xfinity or visit a store today. Resupply gig wifi requires speak speed padlocks gateway actual speeds vary not guaranteed the scene at the funerals. This weekend was sombre and quiet. The only sounds that broke through muffled sobs and prayers for the dead community members north of kabul afghanistan burying more than eighty victims most of them schoolgirls aged eleven to eighteen killed in a series of bomb blasts outside of high school on saturday. Most of those killed were from the persecuted. Hazara ethnic minority. The afghan government has blamed the taliban which continually targets the hazaras but the group has once again denied responsibility. John wads will the stunning as his ara. Human rights activist. We reached him in kabul. John would these girls young schoolgirls with their lives ahead of them and so many of them now dead. What does that loss represent to their community into your community. It's very difficult for the families to cope with the loss of their hopes with the loss of their young girls young children in whom they had invested so much hope the girls who were killed in that attack and a community is one of the most empower communities in afghanistan on this cold attended is located in one of the most empowers communities in kabul. And they're coming from the very poor communities all it must've their family. Members are daily workers and they were maybe the only of that family. Who were going to school to get educated for the first time and that their daughters would be educated and the would have a better life and their parents that magnitude of the pain. The magnitude of the suffering of the community is an imaginary by the way this attack took place to clearly designed to have the maximum number of casualties among these children. These young women and girls. Can you tell us a bit about how this was executed. I a car. Bomb exploded in front of the highschool while the girls were leaving their classes and getting out of this school and band to Explosions followed the car. bomb attack. And some of the people were the first responders who rushed to the san to help the victims of the first explosion and they fell victim to the following Explosion and the sad thing was that for several hours. There were no to help then. Police arrived on the sand. Two hours after the incident took place in the ambulance. Can even after that. So that was maybe one of the reason that the number of casualties rose so high because there were nothing to transport to carry a the victims people took the injured and the dead on their shoulders and on their motorcycles on the bicycle available there to take them to a nearby Or a center we are could be attended to. You can only imagine how terrifying that must have been for those girls leaving that high school and trying to try to escape these attacks for them for their families. This is just so shattering isn't it. It is so shattering. The incident jet cells and the number of people. It killed the number of dreams I cannot find a word is strong enough to explain the pain of the families the suffering of the families and the trauma and pain the community is going through. Most of the stimulus is do not have enough money to treat their children who are relying on hospital beds but also it has a very traumatizing. damaging experience to look after the dead or the injured after it happened in kabul. This search every hospital. Baid by bay disturbed the go-to mothers go to the mark to find to identify. The dead bodies of the voters and in a lot of cases have to check the bodies several times to make sure that they can find their children confined find their daughters and sands because a lot of people get so disfigured so bird that is very difficult for their family members to identify the victims lead. This was not the first attack. Even in recent times on the has community on your kabul. You you've had that another school. Were thirty people. Were killed at unbelievable attack on the maternity hospital. That killed the mothers and their babies as well. Do you feel that you are getting. The support. From afghan forces are they. Are they looking out for. Are you getting any protection from these kinds of attacks. not unsure. Snap the if they were able or willing to provide protection for the community be would not have seen so much pain. We would not have seen so much bloodshed and solid trained off our children. That is one of the main reasons that the community members believe that the afghan government is intentionally ignoring their demands and being indifferent different tour. They're suffering and that's why the demands for protection always remain an an hurt. No security has been provided while the community has repeatedly asked for the government to provide them the security. There are a number of his era leaders. Who are suggesting that the community itself should take up arms and defend itself. Is that the right approach. Do you believe the community is in a very disparate situation. They come in a community. Members are photo of anger and despair. They are in a very desperate situation. That i personally believe that. That is not the solution if the community resort to self protection. Benoit's the government for web security forces for what's this very detailed security a- protest julia supporters is for community that that has been as a minority and persecuted minority in afghanistan was somewhat protected by the existence of us troops in afghanistan. They are now going to leave. September the eleventh way is what is your biggest fear as to what is to communist. Next weeks and months everyone feels frightened and they're mc fearing for their lives fearing for the gains they have made as a afghan women in general they are fearing that they would be more at risk after.

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"kabul john" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

Mark Bell's Power Project

11:42 min | 1 year ago

"kabul john" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

"Yeah I don't think anyway. I don't know able to have whatever they want but at the same time I don't know what the funny sequencing though you get to say what you want but you also get to get to defend yourself in this is this is exactly the point right because when people say that the guns need to be taken because of all these mass shootings I question. What's the underlying common denominator in all these mass shootings? All of these people on medication they were on antidepressants or anti anxiety drugs. These are drugs that are in the same class as LSD. These hallucinogens so when you had drugs like PROZAC that we're going to be taken off the market. Why are they going to be taken off the market? What because people were committing suicide. There was called breakthrough. So they want to take it off the market they wouldn't committing breakthrough suicide. Lsd's loosen gym shoes. Make people remember the sixty seventh that could fly. People were jumping up buildings thinking that they could fly. They were hallucinating on PROZAC. So these people that are that are mass event mass shootings. Every one of these people was mentally unstable and was on medication. Second if you truly believe that guns are the problem and we need to take more than you need to be worried about. Something much bigger and that is spoons. Because that's leading to our epidemic of obesity. So as soon as you start blaming it on guns and why don't we blaming everything else on the other to take away responsibility from the human factor you know? Guns are bad because it kills people but cars are good because their modes of transportation yet. You put a drunk behind that car. He's GonNa kill a lot. More people in that gun comes in handy when you defending your family when somebody breaks. It's not the tool idiot wielding the tool. That's the thing that we gotta remember. So we have to as a society as a world society start taking responsibility for our actions in these things that are happening to these atrocities have been committed in the name of safety and preventing the Cogo. It's all to take. It's all to create more restrictions and control and I think there's a higher more suspect agenda than that which comes down to population control. You know they're always worried about Medicare medicaid benefits. You have enough money already this these papers out there that you know. The world can only sustain a population of five hundred thousand. Five hundred million. I mean I have no idea where they need. This stuff is true or not but I can tell you that what's happening right now. That is not true. The evidence is in front of you. Just gotTa watch videos. If a person doesn't take the time that's needed the twenty minutes for the first couple of our each for the next video if that's not important enough I had. I had a friend that have meant. Just Gimme that. Nutt in both. I don't have time to go through it and I said well dude if you don't have enough time to look at the future of mankind for yourself and your family that you know. I'm not here to help you. But there was a great quote. I got you guys quote and this is the I'm GonNa shut up so that you guys can ask the. I'm sorry I've been speaking like this. Dhanapala Jazzman really. We're here to listen while I want to read this great great quote. I don't know who this person was a said this on instagram. Raya Chilly Starch. I don't know who it is. And he says very good content. Dr Petar also remember you can lead a dumb ass truth but you can't make them think most people would only believe something. If the mainstream media is true so I just loved that you can lead a lead horse to water became. Make him drink so he had a better version of it and I loved it so I had to give a shoutout that guy whoever it was or should we should. We have any about our older family members. You know who maybe already do have a weakened immune system. Maybe this older. Maybe they have diabetes or maybe they previously had some heart disease or something like that should should there be some concern with keeping them. Isolated having them you know. Stay sheltered in place and stuff like that. Okay so if there are in that situation there should definitely be concerned but no more concerned. That's needed from the typical flu. That's a normal advice if you have immune compromise status medication because you had a transplant. That's causing a person to mean system. If you're elderly your diabetic you should be careful during flu season because you can catch it and you can die from it. I mean that's it's a standard thing in in Cova. Nineteen is at. Is it more dangerous? Well because it's so variant is so fast that's the only thing that's concerning because I if it doesn't do its job within a couple of hours. It's not gonNA do anything so Fox News ran a story with the woman that was on the ship on the cruise liner that got quarantine right by the way that cruiseliner was specially equipped to launch five G. and they had launched than those when those people got but particular lady was I think in early sixties and she made the comment that you know I was sick for a day and that was it in. What about your symptoms suspect your symptoms? And she's like I didn't have any symptoms. I had a mild coffin. I had a fever. Low Grade Fever. They're like yeah. But you know you. I'm sure you all these people talking about how dangerous it is and so what were your symptoms if she is nothing. I did pilates and Yoga while I was sick. And that's how most people are going to go through this okay. Most people probably already exposed to because so virulent and they haven't even they don't even know that they've been exposed to it so it's not a big deal. It's the vaccine that comes in because the nomin the testing you say. Oh my God. You've got the vaccine. The tribe and flu shot the I showed the study on part. Five the tribunal flu shot has been shown that there's a false positive on Kobe. Nineteen these people have never been exposed to nineteen and yet the testing positive because tremendously. So there's something that's in both of them that's causing. The tighter shop is positive. Pcr's already been shown not to be effective so again. It's when I look at this and I see how planet out I'm like man the one thing you can. You cannot argue that whoever came up with this planet he was brilliant. It was really unfortunate. How long how long is that Other flu shot ban in circulation for the one. You just mentioned showing false positives while the flu shot. The flu shot shrunk poss- posits. It was people they did. The study showed that when you introduce that into the model of cats and then you tested them for covert nineteen they. They were positive. So the treatment of flu shots been around for probably I don't know it's been years probably five six years. Maybe longer but there are other components that I'm sure someone Ivan than the studies just average that but a lot of different types each one of these vaccines. They're similar in the change them. So you know like you talk about a vaccine for the flu and every year. It's a different vaccine. Here's the thing this probably five thousand six hundred type of viruses that we have elucidated this. Probably I duNno double triple quadruple doubt that we haven't even figured out because you know viruses adjust. Dra particles there. You know th. They're not considered in fact viruses. If you look at Steiner's work from the nineteen th during the Spanish flu nineteen eighteen. You know he says that viruses are response to the body shutting toxicity shutting shutting shedding. Toxins trying to get the body cleans a self regulatory self preservation type of model and viruses are responsible for evolution. So it's the viral that gets incorporated. Dna and helps us over time to adjust so that we can accommodate the environmental changes. And all these different things so we are essentially a an evolving viral model. If it wasn't for viruses humans would already been extinct all right everything would have been. Extensive viruses are an essential part of life. Now when you start looking at the the flu shot. They're predicting based on a lot. Based on algorithm what the most prevalent virus will be that year now the stock market up down. Stay IN THE MIDDLE. And they can't figure that out but you tell me that they can predict which strain of virus. It's GONNA come out next year and then they build it up in this job. It's going to be group bad season. People go frantic looking for the vaccines run out. That's all we realize if I can be that bad that bad this year because now they've got people that crazy about getting the vaccine. I've had the flu twice in my life two times both times. I got the flu. The flu shot got the flu. I was in the military when that happened. My last time Roberts Bell who is ice dual radio with Rob Steiner on health freedom and for about a decade and Robert. Love this story but There was There's a thing called battle readiness with the military and a one to this competition between the Air Force Army Navy and the Marines. I was I was way to set that up because you know Marines are considered Marines are considered part of the navy. But I was pretend like because I don't know what you guys were ex-marine so I was like oh. I didn't know the Marines were considered part of the house. Now it's it's a joke between the SF guys in the Rangers stuff with Me Marines. But everybody that serve you know? They've done a fantastic job. I have I have said this to everyone. And I'm willing to say to your on your show you guys that if there's a law enforcement or military person listening to this remember the oath that you took to defend the US Constitution against all enemies foreign and domestic so please remember that and domestic so let me just go back to this story so the battle readiness that they have the competition between the armed forces to see who's batting not just not just with weapons and and food supplies but also health records ready for deployment that everything's there. It's a massive competition every year. So in one thousand nine hundred ninety nineteen ninety three and nineteen ninety-three Maybe Nineteen ninety-four Moncrieff Army Community Hospital. Each base each military base has to have their readiness in their scores. Go in and then they combined for the Army Navy Air Force Marine Corps so in Fort Jackson. There was only one person that had not had the flu shot and that was me. I fall the soldiers. It was me and of course. I said GonNa take it so I I worked in scrubs in Kabul John. That's how I was kind of known that I you know. That's how does your chefs so at ten o'clock in the morning in walks a command sergeant major with seven other e five e six E. Seven's they all walk in and he's a Sunni to talk to you right now. The commander major is like the highest ranking noncommissioned officer. If the bills that are don't know how the military higher words so is a command. sergeant major is nine nine position. I was a captain so I was an officer and he walks in. He says starting to see right now instead pulsar mayor. Just have a seat in on with the patient because I have commander's orders from the commander himself to star general. I gotTa Talk to you and I gotTa Talk to you now Sergeant Major. I got a patient right now. I gotTa Take Care From It. He says Sir. I'm sorry you can get one of the other doctors to do it so I called one of the docs over. He starts taking care of the patient and so I said what's so important life threatening at ten o'clock on Thursday morning that you've gotTa talk me right now. He said sorry needed private area. I'm like seriously because I need a private room so I said okay. We walked into one of the trauma. I'm thinking I'm thinking. He not all seven of the soldiers walking with them to these guys. I knew from the GYM Army Jam. We worked out together that spotted before spotted for them by the way. I'd like that silhouette behind your body. They're very cool. What's it's actually mark. So it's bark. Okay yes so I'm standing there and I'm like what what's going on. So they shut the trauma room door. They're all standing there in the sergeant major pulls out a syringe and he says sir. I'm here to make sure that you are battle ready. Because you're the only soldier on Fort Jackson that is not vaccinated.

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"kabul john" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

05:58 min | 2 years ago

"kabul john" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"He's a mic. He's always. Let's get into more things happening around here, we also have this interesting a man is stranded in Italy after falling ill during his anniversary trip happen. And let's find out. I got sick. And now he is stuck in Italy. His wife tonight in Italy. And she says doctors there have recommended that he'd be medevac back here to the United States expensive middle. Just a helicopter landing on the five. Yeah. This is not. I mean I understand there's some people that get sick perhaps in Mexico. We, we had a story a couple of weeks ago where actually a buddy of mine. His wife got sick in Kabul, John, Lucas, and had to medivac her back here and that was expensive, but from Italy boy, a higher level of treatment, but so far her insurance company has denied that request. Meantime, she tells us her husband is getting sicker by the day. Oh, no. Hospital bed for going on three weeks. Atrophied. Right. That's reaction going on three weeks. That's it should have a big reaction three wage the how. A lot of weight Roman. Thomas is talking about her fifty five year old has been STAN, who was found himself in a fight for his life at the beginning of may the couple left their four boys in the care of family and friends back in LA and set out to Europe on what they thought would be vacation of a lifetime. Here. Actually, celebrate our twenty fifth wedding anniversary. It's pretty cool, right? Going to Italy. First trip to Europe. They started in maybe your last. First trip to Europe. They started their two week, excursion France, spend a few days there. And then when it got to Florence Italy, on may seventh the day of their actual anniversary. They found themselves in a nightmare situation. I wonder how will the kids are because bender you, you and your wife couldn't do that. Could you leave for your for weaker to the kids here? No god. No under somebody else's care. No, no barely happens for an afternoon at the track. I think the first time. And I'll tell you the first time the first time that my wife and I went out on our anniversary and left. So FIA at my dad's house was when she was three and we went out for literally two hours, and we're so nervous that we just call it a night, went back and picked her up, but she was three so between the time she was born and she was three she always one hundred percent of every day had one of us. There are both of us there and the first time we went out again. She was three went out for diversity two hours. I took my wife to sizzler top-shelf. Hey, got a craft wine Lewis garlic, toast. Imitation crab salad. Jenkin. And hit that, can they call it a dessert bar. Yeah. Because the toppings, and it's light it's light, it's, it's got the, the ice cream. And then you got that, that apple strudel thing that's been there for while. And that's it. But we went to anywhere. We went to sizzler than we want to watch Brian. Regan live at the Wilton theater, and we left about twenty minutes because we were both nervous about not being with our daughter that crazy, but going to Europe for weaker to that your kids. They gotta be pretty young, but look, they're celebrating their twenty fifth anniversary. They're old but they said they were leaving their kids in the care of family, and friends. So they have to be several be under eighteen. I think it's it is STAN had somehow contracted of potentially deadly virus diagnosed with. Monja which caused mainly viral and the Enron virus, which is commonly known as swine standard disabled, marine, vet and cancer survivor has been in a Florence intensive care unit completely sedated and into baited a respirator for weeks. Now. Toll on his lung. So now he's been diagnosed with, with a caller whereas Batory stress syndrome, was Dan's health declining, Robin says dance Florence doctors have recommended cute about that. No, it's a cute. It's a cute. Yeah, I know. But what's cute about you don't get it? It's not cute. It's again it's not you're not stressing. Was dance health declining Robin says dance Florence doctors have recommended that he'd be medically flown back to the US to receive a higher level of care. That's got to cost a hundred grand Robin says she filed a request for the emergency air evac with our insurance company. Blue Cross Blue shield but was denied. She says she's also reached out to alliance, the company. She purchased a one million dollar emergency travel policy through, but hasn't received any assistance. Perfect. Call for sweetjames. Gotta get him on this case, ma'am, he'll get you that money. She says she's also.

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"kabul john" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets

Spittin' Chiclets

03:46 min | 3 years ago

"kabul john" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets

"He thought the steering wheel is gonna come off. So he basically took it into the dealership, and they couldn't figure out what was wrong because obviously it took a while for them to figure it out. But he thought he was gonna have to get a new truck. Oh, he didn't trade it in. Oh, yeah. He traded it in. Oh, wait before he figured out. What was wrong with it? Yeah. He got no. There's something wrong with it. It's like brand new. You gotta give me a new one. And then I I I've seen guy. I just got that guy again a couple of years ago, which was pretty good all odd. We went duck hunting to this dot club. And went after we all duck hunting his cowboy boots for sitting in his chain in his room. Like, they have the in Saint Louis have these huge dot club. So there was a dead mostly in there. So I put it in his cowboy boot will you just finished building brand new host, and guess he didn't put his boots on the night. So I didn't know. And so he told his brother that he he did something to me again at the duck club. I can't remember, and he told his brother he goes on. I got all again. And he goes, oh, yeah. What what? And so my buddy said, what's what's going on? He told them, and I can't remember what he did. But nothing major so two days later he comes into his office. He goes all my God. He goes I put on my host must be infested with mice. I put my Kabul John on. And there's something the enemy Kabwe. I took. My booed off at flood all over my foot. So I was walking around on the carpet. I gotta get new carpet in my master bedroom. I got the fumigators come in. He goes there must be some mice or something got in the host, and my buddy goes to court. No gotcha. So did that to me dead? Most in the shoe must be an old school trick a couple of the best ones. I heard they'll were on Callahan. O'connor one of my best friends his old man used to pull some ruthless on to the point where you almost game a couple of heart attacks. Yeah. His his wife's fault because she kept. He kept playing tricks on me in Victoria when I moved on. 'cause I lived two doors down from them. So one year she did something in we watched for two weekends. Her husband benge, he setting up all these Christmas lights Santa reindeer, this whole big thing and was a Saturday night. And we were driving to hockey game. I had both my kids are on the same team. And I saw him in. He was in a toxin. She was in evening gown, and basically there so I knew they're going out for the evening. So on the way back I brought three more guys on my team. And we went to their house, and we took every Christmas laid off his house all extension cards down. We took the Santa the reindeer everything. And we set it up at Minos. And so he brought all these people from the event to see his his house with all the kick Christmas decorations, and when they pulled up with his flock of all these people that showed up they're going Bill. You said yet all these Christmas decorations. So he called the cops and the cops came to my house, and they said excuse me, this neighbors down street said that you stole all their Christmas lights. And I said what are you talking about? We're watching a movie guy goes we'll come out here. And look and all this is crazy. There's extension cord coming onto my graduate to the front of the Santa and the reindeer and the lights were all over made front gate, and I said on someone screwing around this is crazy. That's on my stuff. And so the cough left and Benjamin Karen came around the corner, my drive, and I said payback's a bitch. And and then the the worst one to me was the boat one. When Cal was cloud hit a little bit of a reef coming back in..

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