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"lydia bixby" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

The Michael Berry Show

08:35 min | 3 months ago

"lydia bixby" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

"Doll the jets and after the gettysburg address and his second inaugural address of the writings of abraham lincoln considered. One of the finest was a letter of condolence. He sent to woman named lydia bixby november twenty fifth eighteen sixty four. It would go on to be printed in the newspaper that afternoon. It goes like this dear. Madam i have been shown in the files of the war department. A statement of the adjutant general of massachusetts. That you are the mother of five sons who have died gloriously. On the field of battle. I feel how weak and fruitless must be any words of mine which should attempt to be gone you from the grief of loss so overwhelming but i cannot refrain from tendering to you the consolation that may be found in the thanks of the republic. They died to save. I pray that our heavenly father may sage the anguish of your bereavement and leave you only the cherished memory of the loved and lost and the solemn pride that must be yours to have laid so costly a sacrifice upon the altar of freedom that was on the basis that miss bixby's boys had all died in battle during civil war as it would turn out two of them actually survived but much like the movie saving private ryan. You see that. In some cases a few families bear a much bigger burden than the rest of us often losing more than one of their own and that is the basis of a new book. Entitled three wise men a navy seal a green beret and how they're marine brother became a wars sole survivor his name. The surviving brother is bo. Is sergeant bowe is served on active duty marine corps from. Oh eight to sixteen. He would serve two separate tours to afghanistan first battalion third marine regiment third marine division. The only on american service member to receive the department of defense sole survivor designation as result of these seventeen plus year war in afghanistan. The book as i said is three wise men bo. Y write this book First of all michael. Thank you for for taking the time and having me on i I started journaling. Many years ago is just kind of a cathartic process and One point time. I wasn't Handling grief very well and I i found that putting ink to paper was easier for me than than speaking Particularly we're not speaking with you know either my marine brothers or my brothers and the green berets or the seal community with with them. It was a little bit easier But with with family it was kinda hard and So i started journaling and it's just kind of a coping mechanism and then a few years ago Tom soleil oh. My co author Now reached out to me and said. Hey i i i would like to propose the idea of a memoirs tonner jeremy then preserve their legacy and Just interested if you know if there's something that you have to say that you wanted to get off your chest if you'd be interested in writing the book so right away we just clicked You know those journal entries make probably less than one percent but it kinda gave us an idea as far proposal where we wanted to go and You know there's a lot of personal notes. I had a lot to say. And as far as you know lessons. Learned from my successes and failures things to do not to do For the next generation of service members. So i hope that you know this. Can you know help the next generation. I'm i'm with serving in limited capacity for about as long as i could have decided to finally hanging up after active duty and a short stand in the reserves and so Yeah i mean. God forbid this happens to happen to a another family again but for those coping with grief gold star families veterans and families that serve You know books for them. And it's for jeremy and then their children. You didn't have to happen. All three of you signed up. There must be a thread of service patriotism sacrifice in this family. Tell me where that comes from. You know my dad was a doctor and So he kinda. Jeremy dropped out of medical school to go to buds Shortly after nine eleven and but he he Not entirely as a result of nine eleven. He said to me it was just kind of a straw that broke camel's back he had been thinking about it in high school and college and as time went along and he was getting older. You know he was prepared. He was running and swimming every day. And doing all the things that you know somewhat. An ideal buds candidate should as a civilian. You know. wanna hit the ground prepared and After nine eleven that was just kind of it. But and ben had enlisted prior to that you know out of college so it was. You know the the bug for them was early. I mean they were ten years my elder so it wasn't really much for me until they started to do it. And i thought you know the more more exposure that i had to it i was just kinda drawn into it and we have a family heritage on my mom's side a long list world war one and world war two Marine corps family heritage but It skipped a generation. So you know to see jeremy van just dive into it enthusiastically and then after september eleventh. You know. Ben reenlisted after his first tour and iraq in two thousand Three and A year long deployment. He came back and reenlisted and went To special forces selection. And i hung out in college and you know passing a few courses fail in a few courses and i wasn't interested in eventually the bug just took hold and i had to go. What does that bug. Describe it to me as best you can. you know. d- patriotic sentiment. Yes i think. I tell people that then enlisted. I think for the most patriotic legion. Jeremy wanted something very specific. You know and and this is just the the I think the psychology behind seals is probably you know you can ask marcus about this. Of course that every seal their very deliberate very demonstrative the classic alpha type personality type personality and for them. It's just buds or die. And that was how jeremy was then i think he you know before nine eleven he just wanted to serve. It was just something that he had in his heart and he just wanted to do and for me it was all of the above. I was just kind of you know inspired by two guys that were just larger than life. You know You had them as mentors as an early age. And just you know wanted to live up to that. And the job appeal just waking up to pt and belt munition in that sense of belonging to fraternity. And i found it in the marine corps. I found my place as a an infantry machine gunner and I you know i i. Yeah i mean it's just a it's lot a lot of different things but you know from Patriotism to that fraternal sensible longing. You know the book is called three wise men. A navy seal agreement ray and how they're marine brother became a wars sole survivor and thank goodness. He did because he's written the story. And we will explore that further in the coming segment one entered the navy won the army and of course our guest. Bo is a united states marine. I can't even begin to imagine the grief of a mother to very two your three sons and what a general told her after that to assure her that her reef within their. We'll continue our conversation with bo wise. The.

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"lydia bixby" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

The Michael Berry Show

08:35 min | 3 months ago

"lydia bixby" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

"Doll the jets and after the gettysburg address and his second inaugural address of the writings of abraham lincoln considered. One of the finest was a letter of condolence. He sent to woman named lydia bixby november twenty fifth eighteen sixty four. It would go on to be printed in the newspaper that afternoon. It goes like this dear. Madam i have been shown in the files of the war department. A statement of the adjutant general of massachusetts. That you are the mother of five sons who have died gloriously. On the field of battle. I feel how weak and fruitless must be any words of mine which should attempt to be gone you from the grief of loss so overwhelming but i cannot refrain from tendering to you the consolation that may be found in the thanks of the republic. They died to save. I pray that our heavenly father may sage the anguish of your bereavement and leave you only the cherished memory of the loved and lost and the solemn pride that must be yours to have laid so costly a sacrifice upon the altar of freedom that was on the basis that miss bixby's boys had all died in battle during civil war as it would turn out two of them actually survived but much like the movie saving private ryan. You see that. In some cases a few families bear a much bigger burden than the rest of us often losing more than one of their own and that is the basis of a new book. Entitled three wise men a navy seal a green beret and how they're marine brother became a wars sole survivor his name. The surviving brother is bo. Is sergeant bowe is served on active duty marine corps from. Oh eight to sixteen. He would serve two separate tours to afghanistan first battalion third marine regiment third marine division. The only known american service member to receive the department of defense sole survivor designation as result of these seventeen plus year war in afghanistan. The book as i said is three wise men. bow y. write this book First of all michael. Thank you for for taking the time and having me on i I started journaling. Many years ago is just kind of a cathartic process and One point time. I wasn't handling grief very well and I i found that putting ink to paper was easier for me than than speaking Particularly we're not speaking with you know either my marine brothers or my brothers and the green berets or the seal community with with them. It was a little bit easier But with with family it was kinda hard and So i started journaling and it's just kind of a coping mechanism and then a few years ago Tom soleil oh. My co author Reached out to me and said. Hey i i i would like to propose the idea of a memoirs tonner jeremy then Preserve their legacy and Just interested if you know if there's something that you have to say that you wanted to get off your chest if you'd be interested in writing the book so right away we just clicked You know those journal entries make probably less than one percent but it kinda gave us an idea as far proposal where we wanted to go and You know there's a lot of personal notes. I i had a lot to say and as far as you know lessons learned from my successes and failures things to do not to do For the next generation of service members. So i hope that you know this. Can you know help the next generation. I'm i'm with serving in limited capacity for about as long as i could for decided to finally hanging up after active duty and a short stand in the reserves and so Yeah i mean. God forbid this happens to happen to a another family again but for those coping with grief and gold star families veterans and families that serve You know books for them. And it's for jeremy and then their children. You didn't have to happen. All three of you signed up. There must be a thread of service patriotism sacrifice in this family. Tell me where that comes from. You know my dad was a doctor and So he kinda. Jeremy dropped out of medical school to go to buds Shortly after nine eleven and but he he Not entirely as a result of nine eleven. He said to me it was just kind of a straw that broke camel's back he had been thinking about it in high school and college and as time went along and he was getting older. You know he was prepared. He was running and swimming every day. And doing all the things that you know somewhat. An ideal buds candidate should as a civilian. You know you wanna hit the ground prepared and After nine eleven that was just kind of it. But and ben had enlisted prior to that you know out of college so it was. You know the the bug for them was early. I mean they were ten years my elder so it wasn't really much for me until they started to do it. And i thought you know the more more exposure that i had to it i was just kinda drawn into it and we have a family heritage on my mom's side a long list world war one and world war two Marine corps family heritage but It skipped a generation so to see jeremy van just dive into it enthusiastically. And then after You know ben reenlisted after his first tour and iraq in two thousand Three and A year long deployment. He came back and reenlisted and went To special forces selection. And i hung out in college and you know passing a few courses fail in a few courses and i wasn't interested in eventually the bug just took hold and i had to go. What does that bug. Describe it to me as best you can. you know. d- patriotic sentiment. Yes i think. I tell people that then enlisted. I think for the most patriotic legion. Jeremy wanted something very specific. You know and and this is just the the I think the psychology behind seals is probably you know you can ask marcus about this. Of course that every seal their very deliberate very demonstrative the classic alpha type personality type personality and for them. It's just buds or die. And that was how jeremy was then i think he you know before nine eleven he just wanted to serve. It was just something that he had in his heart and he just wanted to do and for me it was all of the above. I was just kind of you know inspired by two guys that were just larger than life. You know You had them as mentors as an early age. And just you know wanted to live up to that. And the job appeal just waking up to pt and belt munition in that sense of belonging to fraternity. And i it in the marine corps. I found my place as a an infantry machine gunner and I you know i i. Yeah i mean it's just a it's a a lot of different things but you know from Patriotism to that fraternal sensible longing. You know the book is called three wise men. A navy seal agreement ray and how they're marine brother became a wars sole survivor and thank goodness. He did because he's written the story. And we will explore that further in the coming segment one entered the navy won the army and of course our guest. Bo is a united states marine. I can't even begin to imagine the grief of a mother to very two of your three sons. And what a general told her after that to assure her that her reef within their. We'll continue our conversation with bo wise. The.

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"lydia bixby" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

08:09 min | 3 months ago

"lydia bixby" Discussed on KTRH

"Box. On the grounds after the Gettysburg Address and his second inaugural address of the writings of Abraham Lincoln. Considered. One of the finest was a letter of condolence he sent to a woman named Lydia Bixby, November 25th 18 64. It would go on to be printed in the newspaper that afternoon. It goes like this. Dear madam. I have been shown in the files of the war department. A statement of the agitate general of Massachusetts that you are the mother of five sons who have died gloriously on the field of battle. I feel how weak and fruitless must be any words of mine which should attempt to be gal. You From the grief of a loss so overwhelming But I cannot refrain from tendering to you. The consolation that may be found In the thanks of the republic. They died to save. Pray that our heavenly father may have sage the anguish of your bereavement and leave you only the cherished memory of the loved and lost and the solemn pride that must be yours. To have laid so costly a sacrifice upon the altar of freedom. That was on the basis that Miss Bixby's boys had all died in battle during civil war. As it would turn out. Two of them actually survived. But much like the movie Saving Private Ryan. You see that in some of these cases? A few families bear a much bigger burden than the rest of us, often losing more than one of their own. That is the basis of a new book entitled Three Wise Men, a Navy Seal. Green Beret. And how they're marine brother became a war's sole survivor. His name. The surviving brother. He is both wise, sergeant. Wise served on active duty in the Marine Corps from 08 to 16. He would serve to separate tours to Afghanistan, First Battalion, third Marine Regiment, third Marine Division. The only known American service member to receive the Department of Defense Sole Survivor designation as result of these 17 plus year war. In Afghanistan. The book, As I said, is three wise men. Bo. Why write this book? Uh, First of all, Michael. Thank you for taking the time And having me on, and, uh, I started journaling many years ago is is just kind of a cathartic process. One point time I wasn't handling grief very well. And I found that putting into paper was easier for me than speaking particularly we're not speaking with, you know, either mind, marine brothers or Ah, you know my brothers and the Green Berets of the seal community, you know, with with them with a little bit easier. Um, but with family was kind of hard and So I started journaling, and it's just kind of a coping mechanism. And then a few years ago. Tom Salio, My co author now reached out to me and said, Hey, I Would like Tohno proposed the idea of the memoirs Toner, Jeremy and Ben and Preserve their legacy and just interested. If you know if there's something that you have to say that you wanted to get off your chest if you'd be interested in writing a book, so Um, right away. We just clicked. Um, you know those journal entries make up probably less than 1%. But it kind of gave us an ideas for us proposal where we wanted to go. And you know, there's a lot of personal notes. I had a lot to say. And as far as you know, lessons learned from my successes and failures, things to do and not to do. For the next generation of service members. So I hope that you know this can help the next generation. I'm Was serving and limited capacity for about as long as I could, for two decided to finally hang it up after active duty and a short stand in the reserves. And so Um, yeah. I mean, God forbid, this half has to happen to another family again. But For those, you know, coping with grief, Gold star families, veterans and families that serve You know the books for them, And it's for Jeremy and then and their Children. It didn't have to happen. All three of you signed up. There must be a thread of service. Patriotism sacrifice in this family Tell me where that comes from. You know, uh, my dad was a doctor. And so he kind of Germany dropped out of medical school to go to bugs. Shortly after 9 11 and but he not entirely as a result of 9 11 as he said it to me. It was just kind of the straw that broke the camel's back. He had been thinking about it in high school and college and as time went along, and he was getting older, and you know he was prepared. He was running and swimming every day and doing all the things that you know, somewhat annoyed. Ideal buds. Candidate should as a civilian, you know, you want to hit the ground prepared. And after 9 11 that was just kind of it. But And then had enlisted prior to that. You know how to college? So it was. You know, the bug for them was early. I mean, there were 10 years, my elder. So it wasn't really much for me until they started to do it. And I thought, you know the Maura Maura exposure that I had to it. I was just kind of drawn into it, and we have a family heritage on my mom's side. A long list World War one and World War two Marine Corps family heritage, but It skipped a generation. So you know, to see Jeremy and then just diving into unenthusiastically. And then after September, 11th Been reenlisted after his first tour in Iraq, and in 2003 and Ah, yearlong deployment. He came back and re enlisted and went to special forces selection. And I hung out in college and, you know Passing a few courses, failing a few courses and I wasn't interested in eventually, the bug just took hold, and I had to go. What is that bug? Describe it to me as best you can. You know, uh, the patriotic sentiment? Yes, I think I I tell people that then enlisted. I think for the most patriotic reasons. Jeremy wanted something very specific, You know, and And this is just the I think the psychology behind feels is probably, you know, And you can ask Marcus about this, of course. That every seal their very deliberate very dimanche to the classic Alfa type personality, a type personality. And for them, it's just buds or die. And that was how Jeremy was. Then I think he before 9 11 he just wanted to serve. It was just something that he Had in his heart he just wanted to do. And For me. It was all of the above. I was just kind of, you know, inspired by two guys that was just larger than life. And, you know, um, had Demas mentors is an early age and just, you know, wanted to live up to that. The job of fuel, you know, just waking up Tonto, PG and Belt that ammunition and that sense of belonging to attorney And I found it in the Marine Corps. I found my place as an infantry machine gunner. And I, you know Yeah, I mean, it's just It's a lot of lot of different things. But you know, from patriotism to that fraternal sense of belonging, you know? The book is called three wise Men. Navy Seal agree Marais and how they're marine brother. Became a war's sole survivor. And thank goodness he did, because he's written the story and we will explore that further in the coming segment one entered the Navy won the Army and, of course, our guest, Beau Wise. The United States Marine I can't even begin to imagine the grief of a mother to bury two of your three sons and what a general told her After that, to assure her that her.

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"lydia bixby" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

07:38 min | 3 months ago

"lydia bixby" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Considered one of the finest was a letter of condolence he sent to a woman named Lydia Bixby. November 25th 18 64. It would go on to be printed in the newspaper that afternoon. It goes like this. Dear madam. I have been shown in the files of the war department. A statement of the agitate general of Massachusetts that you are the mother of five sons who have died gloriously on the field of battle. I feel how weak and fruitless must be any words of mine which should attempt to be gal. You From the grief of a loss so overwhelming But I cannot refrain from tendering to you. The consolation that may be found In the thanks of the republic. They died to save. Pray that our heavenly father may have sage the anguish of your bereavement and leave you only the cherished memory of the loved and lost and the solemn pride that must be yours. To have laid so costly a sacrifice upon the altar of freedom. That was on the basis that Miss Bixby's boys had all died in battle during civil war. As it would turn out. Two of them actually survived. But much like the movie Saving Private Ryan. You see that in some of these cases? Few families bear much bigger burden than the rest of us, often losing more than one of their own. That is the basis of a new book entitled Three Wise Men, a Navy Seal. Green Beret. And how they're marine brother became a war's sole survivor. His name. The surviving brother. He is both wise, sergeant. Wise served on active duty in the Marine Corps from 08 to 16. He would serve to separate tours to Afghanistan, First Battalion, third Marine Regiment, third Marine Division. The only known American service member to receive the Department of Defense Sole Survivor designation as result of these 17 plus year war. In Afghanistan. The book, As I said, is three wise men. Bo. Why write this book? First of all, Michael? Thank you for taking the time and having me on and, um I started journaling many years ago is just kind of a cathartic process. And one point in time I wasn't handling grief very well. And I found that putting into paper was easier for me than speaking particularly we're not speaking with, you know, either mind, marine brothers or Ah, you know my brothers and the Green Berets of the seal community, you know, with with them with a little bit easier. Um, but with family was kind of hard and So I started journaling, and it's just kind of a coping mechanism. And then a few years ago. Tom Salio, My co author now reached out to me and said, Hey, I Would like Tohno proposed the idea of a memoir Stoner, Jeremy and Ben and Preserve their legacy and just interested. If you know if there's something that you have to say that you wanted to get off your chest if you'd be interested in writing a book, so Um, right away. We just clicked. Um, you know those journal entries make up probably less than 1%. But it kind of gave us an ideas for us proposal where we wanted to go. And you know, there's a lot of personal notes. I had a lot to say. And as far as you know, lessons learned from my successes and failures of things to do and not to do. For the next generation of service members. So I hope that you know this can help the next generation. I'm Was serving and limited capacity for about as long as I could, for two decided to finally hang it up after active duty and a short stand in the reserves. And so Um, yeah, I mean, God forbid this has to happen to another family again. But For those, you know, coping with grief, Gold star families, veterans and families that serve. Um you know the books for them, And it's for Jeremy and Ben and their Children. It didn't have to happen. All three of you signed up. There must be a thread of service. Patriotism sacrifice in this family Tell me where that comes from. You know, uh, my dad was a doctor. And so he kind of Jeremy dropped out of medical school to go to bugs. Shortly after 9 11 and but he not entirely as a result of 9 11 as he said it to me. It was just kind of the straw that broke the camel's back. He had been thinking about it in high school and college and as time went along, and he was getting older, and you know he was prepared. He was running and swimming every day and doing all the things that, you know, somewhat annoyed. Ideal Budge candidate should as a civilian, you know, you want to hit the ground prepared. And after 9 11 that was just kind of it. But And Ben had enlisted prior to that. You know how to college? So it was. You know, the bug for them was early. I mean, there were 10 years. Why elders, So it wasn't really much for me until they started to do it. And I thought, you know the Maura Maura exposure that I had to it. I was just kind of drawn into it, and we have a family heritage on my mom's side. A long list World War one in World War two Marine Corps family heritage, but It skipped a generation. So you know, to see Jeremy and Dan just diving into unenthusiastically. And then after September, 11th You know, been reenlisted after his first tour in Iraq, and in 2003 and Ah, yearlong deployment. He came back and re enlisted and went to special forces selection. And I hung out in college and, you know Passing a few courses, failing a few courses and I wasn't interested in eventually, the bug just took hold, and I had to go. What is that bug? Describe it to me as best you can. You know, uh, the patriotic sentiment? Yes, I think I I tell people that then enlisted. I think for the most patriotic reasons. Jeremy wanted something very specific, You know, And this is just the I think the psychology behind seals is probably you know, And you can ask Marcus about this, of course. That every seal their very deliberate, very dim Austin, the classic Alfa type personality, a type personality. And for them, it's just buds or die. And that was how Jeremy was. Then I think he before 9 11 he just wanted to serve. It was just something that he Had Ms Hart he just wanted to do. And For me. It was all of the above. I was just kind of, you know, inspired by two guys that were just larger than life, You know, Um, had them as mentors is an early age and just, you know, wanted to live up to that. The job of fuel, you know, just waking up Tonto, PG and Belt that ammunition and that sense of belonging the attorney And I found it in the Marine Corps. I found my place as an infantry machine gunner. And I, you know Yeah, I mean, it's just It's a lot of lot of different things. But you know, from patriotism to that fraternal sense of belonging, you know? The book is called three wise Men. Navy Seal agree Marais and how they're marine brother. Became a war's sole survivor. And thank goodness he did because he's written the story. And we will explore that further in the coming segment..

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"lydia bixby" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

The Michael Berry Show

04:21 min | 3 months ago

"lydia bixby" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

"After the gettysburg address and his second inaugural address of the writings of abraham lincoln considered one of the finest was a letter of condolence. He sent to a woman named lydia bixby november twenty fifth eighteen sixty four. It would go on to be printed in the newspaper that afternoon. It goes like this dear. Madam i have been shown in the files of the war department. A statement of the adjutant general of massachusetts. That you are the mother of five sons who have died gloriously. On the field of battle. I feel how weak and fruitless must be any words of mine which should attempt to beguile you from the grief of loss so overwhelming but i cannot refrain from tendering to you the constellation that may be found in the thanks of the republic. They died to save. I pray that our heavenly father may say jr the anguish of your bereavement and leave you only the cherished memory of the loved and lost and the solemn pride that must be yours to have laid so costly a sacrifice upon the altar of freedom that was on the basis that miss bixby's boys had all died in battle during civil war as it would turn out. Two of them actually survived but much like the movie saving private ryan. You see that. In some of these cases a few families bear a much bigger burden than the rest of us often losing more than one of their own and that is the basis of a new book. Entitled three wise men a navy seal a green beret and how they're marine brother became a wars sole survivor his name. The surviving brother is bo. Is sergeant bo is served on active duty in the marine corps. From oh eight to sixteen. He would serve two separate tours to afghanistan first battalion third marine regiment third marine division. The only known american servicemember to receive the department of defense sole survivor designation as a result of these seventeen plus year war in afghanistan. The book as i said is three wise men. bow y. write this book First of all michael. Thank you for for taking the time and having me on I started journaling. Many years ago is is just kind of a cathartic process and One point time. I wasn't handling grief very well and i found that putting ink to paper was easier For me than than speaking Particularly not speaking with either my marine brothers or You know my brothers and green berets the seal community. You know with with them. It was a little bit easier but with with family it was kinda hard and So i started journaling and it's just kind of a coping mechanism and then a few years ago Tom soleil oh. My co author now reached out to me and said. Hey i i i would like to propose the idea of a memoir. Honor jeremy and ben and Preserve their legacy and Just interested if you know if there's something that you have to say that you wanted to get off jeff you'd be interested in writing.

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"lydia bixby" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"lydia bixby" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Of november yeah thanks guys i was on the phone with wife name and got plans for the night we do where escaping to margarita ville getting it out of this rat race is that we will need from hawaii so that's good seems anticlimactic to me but that's the night that we have to nice and i we have the tickets and uh uh thinking that it was at the cadillac palace who vietor because i was looking on spothero for a spot um but it's at the oriental so i was telling janet that goes i believe i mistakenly gave her the impression it was at the cadillac palace and she's taken the duration of featuring irving berlin's white christmas she's taking the train though she is taking the train yes juggle right by the the koc robin sign yeshua in yeah all right this day in history let me let me get on therefore you gentleman standby my apologies for not being ready burtless okay these things are they pop up birth so quickly he's a little time jews are built into the show fantastic liquid fantastically i might add so great we had such a gas with these things are they a great time well yeah kind of interesting too thing enough today is tuesday november 21st 300 2050 2017 how many days left you've nick forty s raisman ran on good math skills brought a runaway thinking eighteen sixty four president abraham lincoln expressing condolences to lydia bixby later with a heavy heart that i write to you this afternoon a boston widow whose five cents supposedly dial died they didn't dial it there's no phones back then they died while fighting the civil war as it turned out only two of them died did you feel about that i feel it those bad news lady big speak well i think you wrote to fi about five yes use all in one letter diesen five separate letters i think in that case it shouldn't just the what designed it did do account cernan ernie thing when he found out it was only two ice i did loops i center funny postcards it said i goofed my best you to his surviving boys while syria forgive three three surviving boyega okay uh miss let me take you all the.

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"lydia bixby" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:34 min | 3 years ago

"lydia bixby" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"You out geared you're a disgrace so there you go six 175 410 thirty wbz news radio 1030 the president has some strength and some weaknesses one is the truth really bad at the truth sometimes it's a straight up lie sometimes it's a lot a lot of times is just saying staff without knowing what's going on because you could do that in the private sector you could make stuff up the problem is people don't believe you after a while like i don't when i see the president after off because if he speaking i have very little reason to believe we've but what he says is accurate whether or not it's ally or a mistake in y'all got her agree on that you have to even if you're a big presidential spoiler and even if you a big fan even the big fan in tulsa realized that he's not very trustworthy and may not maybe you don't need to be chest ready to get what you want than done but you should have somebody has to do in that kind of thing now this is how you do it really and you see how far we fallen it's not just the president it's it's the twitter world it's the world where words are gone and the ability of string them together a gone and therefore the thoughts of gun we kinda think like our words and when we lose the ability to eloquently put words together with nuanced meaning we lose the ability to think that way too do you agree six one seven to five four 1030 this is what it was like before the disintegration of the language president abraham lincoln you know you you've heard he was great president maybe you thought you wanted why well one of the reasons was he's a mastery of speaking they were just better and it then is widely regarded one of the great presidents in he's really known for his expert use language and he wrote a letter was short to a mrs lydia bixby to us five of her sons in the american civil war you may ftse may have seen this or heard it i'm going to talk to you again this is how it should be done somebody should be hired to knows how to write like this the letter should be delivered in hand by the president or the vice president the president he really wanted to make a splash specially now.

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"lydia bixby" Discussed on Super Station 101

Super Station 101

02:59 min | 4 years ago

"lydia bixby" Discussed on Super Station 101

"To report them and hopefully at some point in time summer this i someone may very well stick i have my doubts but hopefully at some point in time there will be a cadre if you will or a section a crosssection a percentage of the democratic population dow will come to the understanding that you are being lied to i hate it and one of the reasons that i am so adamant about this is because in doing the research for the book i discovered one falsehood after the other after the other after the other that has been perpetrated only american public and reported in taught time and time and time again and repeated so often then eventually apparently some folks would hope that up with stick such as you know betsy rawls sowing the first fly together never happen she was a seamstress but it never happened years in the movie uh saving private ryan yes okay you know the opening seena private ryan where the general his play by um has now reads a ladder from a woman by the name of lydia a bixby mckay and the fact that abraham lincoln writes a ladder to lydia bixby because five of her son serbian emin union army have been killed in battle and he uses that ladder as justification to extract paul ryan despite the fact that many americans again it's a it's a fictitious movie but the water was real oh and this is something else recovering the book by in the movie were saving private ryan using the justification of the lincoln letter which was in fact true to this woman lydia bixby who lost five sons during the civil war problem is to if not three of those signs are known to have survived the war one of them is known to have deserted the union army another one is known to have defected to the confederacy the third it was reported was seen as late as eighteen 71 two of the son's didn't fact die in battle but when lydia bixby received a letter from abraham lincoln she tore it to shreds because she was a confederate sympathizer who hated lincoln's guts she was also a malcontent and was accused of several different misdemeanor crimes during her lifetime but the thing gets reported over and over and over again as this charming little letter from abraham lincoln in support.

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"lydia bixby" Discussed on Super Station 101

Super Station 101

02:46 min | 4 years ago

"lydia bixby" Discussed on Super Station 101

"First thing the pops into my head is also an g not again but when these new reports come out i am going to continue to report them and hopefully at some point in time summer this i someone may very well stick i have my doubts but hopefully at some point in time there will become a cadre if you will or a section a crosssection apor senate of the democratic population dow will come to the understanding that you are being lied to i hate it and one of the reasons that i am so adamant about this is because in doing the research for the book i discovered one falsehood after the other after the other after the other that has been perpetrated only american public and reported in taught time and time and time again and repeated so often then eventually apparently some folks would hope that up with stick such as you know betsy rawls sowing the first fly together never happened she was a seamstress but it never happened years in the movie uh saving private ryan yes okay you know the opening scene private ryan with a general his play by um harp has now reads a letter from a woman by the name of live the a bixby aci and the fact that abraham lincoln writes a ladder to lydia bixby because five of her son serbian in union army have been killed in battle and he uses that letter as justification to extract paul ryan despite the fact that many americans again it's a it's a fictitious movie but the latter was real oh and this is something else recovering the book but in the movie were saving private ryan using the justification of the lincoln ladder which was in fact true to this woman lydia bixby who lost five sons during the civil war problem is to if not three of those sons are known to have survived the war one of them is known to have deserted the union army another one is known to have defected to the confederacy the third it was reported was seen as late as eighteen 71 two of the son's didn't fact die in battle but when lydia bixby received a letter from abraham lincoln she tore it to shreds because she was the.

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