3 Burst results for "Marine Corps And Army"
The Paul Finebaum Show
"marine corps army" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"I'm looking forward to the Marine Corps army football game and myself. You know the marines do go then label cabinet. Oh, that's okay. Even Walmart has their managed department of Russian amazing. I'm trying to I have family members that have been marines and the inter rivalry between the services is pretty funny. Yeah. Which one is which one is the most intense? I mean, I know, because the marines always the marine the marines and maybe they poke fun back and forth. Ever before they go in the world. They're very close very close group of people between them. But then we do have our farm back and forth. But I had a friend who's a retired general in the air force. And it seems like the air force gets the shortest stick in terms of the common respect from the other two. Well, you know what, they say, pile of the navy, softened target. The marines take the objective army security objective in the airports in the U.S. ocean. That is fantastic. I got time here. Kurdish, you got to label the comment on the SEC channel that I was surprised. We got away with. Two days after Mullins were ordeal about recruiting, what he said could be smart came on and replied. He said, recruiting is 24/7 year round. Players win games. He said it twice. Players win games, then he said, this is what he got away with. You can not expect it. Oh, the other thing anymore. Players win games. Maybe I'll learn how to spell X and O. That seems to be his weakness. He can bully everybody until the runs cross from other even with him and then he he's never incredibly with his actions. Well said, Dale, thank you very, very much. Let's check out Robert in Georgia. Hey Robert, go right ahead. Hey, Paul, Robert. To the guy that was Brian, I guess he's the name from Las Vegas. I got to say that has got to be the dumbest thing he had that I've ever heard anybody say. Jordan Davis from Georgia that I pick him out because I'm George fan anyway. But he runs a 4.8 in 40. I mean, come on. Dudes like 6, 6, 350 pounds. I mean, we're not slow on the SEC. I mean, Jordan might have acted a little bit slow on Saturday, but because we got our bus kick, but yeah. Well, yeah, some have asked me, why didn't you combat him with all this information? I don't need to. I wrote a book about it. I talk about it every day. And it's simply the SEC can lose, and it has, not often, but it has. But there's simply you can look at any metric if you want. But to me, the most important metric in determining whether you think the SEC is better than everyone else comes in late April on draft day and it's indisputably the amount of athletes that are taken by the SEC dwarfs everyone else and I mean, Alabama had more players taken in the first round than several conferences combined. Right. Right. Well, I mean, what was the 12 guy? It's one thing to say you're a pat 12 guy. He never identified his school because he knew we would laugh. Right, exactly. I mean, the pair 12 is a joke. I mean, they don't even compare it. I mean, we just saw this week. The best coach in the PAC 12 from the best program went to a middle of the packer in the ACC. Right. Right, absolutely. Absolutely. Yeah. I mean, well, I mean, we'll see. I mean, hopefully, hopefully Georgia beat Michigan and well, we know Alabama is going to handle Cincinnati. So even he admitted that, hey, thanks for the call. We're heading to a break, much more to come right after this. You are listening to the Paul finebaum show podcast. Hello,.
That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs
"marine corps army" Discussed on That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs
"It's a blessing mid. I understand what's next. It's a blessing to know this I've been talking about my spirit's sold being made perfect in christ through the gifts of jesus and And talked about our. What lags behind is our behavior. Because we're still in this body. We we still in our brain is still part of our slash. There's still old stupid habits in there and things that just don't go away. They get better. Hopefully you'll never be perfect in your body until the until you lose it you gain this new glorified body that god's gonna give us with no with no deceive no sin and so we'll get a perfect glorified body that'll match our spirit soul and that's again when things get really good at heaven. It allows me to look at my my health. My parkinson's and say that it is truly a momentary light affliction compared to the glory that will will have in heaven. The so that's kind of what i tweeted out. When i announced that i had it. I didn't do it for people to feel sorry for did it. Because i got tired of answering the question. What's what's wrong and help no but if you wait long enough i could do it myself but Anyway that i told people basically because I just of answering the question. But i was able to tweet out. I truly feel that You know this is. This is a momentary muscle momentary. Might be twenty years. That's that's nothing compared to return ity when you think about getting a diagnosis like that after you know after life where you seeing guide be good to you and your family and there's been tragedies enjoys and there's so many of our friends listening who get diagnosis isn't think but i thought god was kind or i thought god was for me or i thought you know like what are you right. So what do you say to those people. How does that still feel kind will because in the end is going to deal with everything back when when we die we're going to heaven forever. I mean the time on earth is so short. It's it's like a blink of an eye compared to what's going to happen in our future and that's so good. I mean i had a heart attack to that was fun. Yeah i now. Yeah so i mean you know when you when you think you're moments away from death which i thought i was and you have this piece in this excitement that you're going to see jesus sets that's pretty good stuff and i'm not saying if somebody's on the deathbed and are afraid. I'm not saying they're not a believe. Apparently any stretch but for me i was. I was fired up and Kind of disappointed when they will be up which came first riding. Make the call or getting diagnosed with parkinson's idea that they're both happening about the same time publicly. Which came first the book. The book doesn't reference parkinson's. Yeah so i might have to add some Yeah a little books to do. An enemy run may well. Maybe we'll do a different book. So it's i thought about journaling. This adventure in parkinson's mitchell journal person so the book make the call. You do such a beautiful job of telling these great stories from behind the scenes was just living it up and all the uga chapters. I was so happy reading some of my favorite stories. So let's talk about finish the drill. That's a great win. Finishes real is something. Uga fans and team. I mean we know this is something to live by but you took a football idea and made it into like a a life idea for us. We talk about what it means to finish the drill. Right well go back to florida. Say we had an off season conditioning program called the mat drills. Mit it sounded horrible. I read about it the the work. I've got guys that a gone to the military boot camps. I don't care. If it's the marine corps army navy air force it was nothing like mad drilled. The so called imagine it was it was on a wrestling mat. One third of it but one one third of that conditioning program was h. E. For those guys. It was tough and every drill. We had not only on the bats but every drill we had it was shuttle shuttle run or a l. drill or just all these different conditioning drills. Every drill had a finish line there is a cone or a line that they knew was the finish line and we always emphasized emphasized finishing the drill. And if you didn't finish. The drill is hard as you started with. You got to go back and do to. Not only you but your teammates. You might have ten guys. Doing one drill guy blows everybody's gotta go back you know so everybody everybody had to do it right but that was the thing. That's the thing about football is it. Takes eleven guys doing it. Right guy blows it. Everybody suffers so the big the war cry for the mad drills was finished drills so i take these drills georgia we we're emphasizing finished with israel. Finish finish finish and So that's where it came from and so anyway we're playing gear one. Replaying at tennessee the year after you guys sort on goalpost. I've promised by nine. I promise so. Anyway we're playing those guys were we. We take the league with a couple of minutes to go and get an interception..
podcast – Lawyers, Guns & Money
"marine corps army" Discussed on podcast – Lawyers, Guns & Money
"The you might read it because it's important but the idea that would be exciting. You know seems sort of alien to to a lot of people. I get that a lot and i just don't think that that is true than it should be true. I think it's It's it's one of the most fascinating aspects of warfare and and so my interest in in it sort of crosses different eras and then finally. Just say that i you know. The pacific war was really the war in which the united states established. Clearly it was a global superpower. I think even more so than the war. In europe the second world war in europe our ability to project overwhelming military force across to the other side of the globe that was established civic work so in a sense the pacific war in the story. I told him six frigates. I see his book. And and so in in a big sense I think that the pacific war trilogy is a continuation of the story that i began in six words that that's interesting sort of starting off with with the united states crashing the bottom of the river in philadelphia and and ending with with you'll lifting and so forth. So it's interesting what you said about Talking about the pacific trilogy as a discussion naval warfare because there is so much in here that is not naval. Right I'm i'm talking. Not simply about sort of the extensive discussions you have which we might longer warrants society which is about sort of how this warm matter to the societies that waged end that it was waged upon. But but some of the most spectacular set pieces are are really the the lights on the islands. Right sort of the bitter contest in awe and peleliu at other places right. So did that require a lot of heavy lifting on your part so not only developing Familiarity with with naval matters of the mid twentieth century but also Becoming conversant in in land warfare marine corps army and.