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"mark lindsay" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast

Mike Gallagher Podcast

11:24 min | 9 months ago

"mark lindsay" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast

"I'm still a grit man say. 11 year old Mike Gallagher Cherokee people little Mark Lindsay Cherokee. What a great record this was. Okay, couple of things. First of all, Mark Lindsay is 82 and still upright in taking nourishment. So that's cool. Now, okay, name of that song. What's on the people? The name of the song on the actual label is Indian reservation, parentheses, the lament of the Cherokee reservation Indian. Now, Mark Lindsey, not an Indian. The guy who wrote the song, John loudermilk, not an Indian, meaning they would probably be savage today because what's the term because they don't have the lived experience that entitled. This is one of the most wonderful Indian. It's a fantastic song at laments what's happened to the Cherokee and white guys can't do that. Did you see the woman who went nuts at a school board try to get To Kill a Mockingbird yank because Harper Lee is a white southerner and she doesn't have the lived experience. This is a book about 1930s Alabama written in the 1960s that's one of the best books that really genuinely laments the sin of racism. And it is to be sidelined because no white woman dare write it because she doesn't have the lived experience. What a stupid world we live in. You ought to see the theater world that I have some connection with with Broadway and how they fight about, I mean, there's going to be a production of 1776 coming back to Broadway, which is which was my Denise's favorite musical. It's all the founding fathers are all in Philadelphia. They're all arguing, sit down, John, sit down, you're rocking the boat, great. It's all women. Got to be all women. Only women actors can apply can audition. It's tremendous. But let's get to it. Why? Okay, here's why. I think that's, I think that's a little silly. But it's a little bit. If they want to do that, they don't see it as a gimmick, Mark. They see it as they're making this giant cultural statement. Just like none of the founding fathers and Hamilton can be white. They all have to be black. What, but that's kind of, but that's a stylistic Lin-Manuel Miranda thing. It's a statement. No, because musically. White people didn't have music. What white people don't do hip hop? I know. How old are you, grandpa? White people never heard of Eminem. I mean, it's just a statement. It's just being, I mean, honest to goodness, make sure you put your pronouns behind your name. I don't know. The whole world has gone crazy. Here's the big takeaways today. I mean, big headlines, gas is the most expensive it's been in U.S. history is the banner headline in today's U.S. news and World Report and boy do I love listening to you going over and damned if I didn't get hit by another rock today on the Howard? What is with you and the rocks in the new car? It doesn't matter what car it is. If you can't tell me what it is, we're no longer Friends. Somebody's got to tell me what I do wrong. I'm driving there. I'm like, I'm like Elmer fudd driving a car now over that bridge. I drive slowly, I try not to get near anybody. I've now been hit with a rock on this stupid Brit. Now, there's a lot of construction on the bridge. Which though obviously I got to avoid the bridge and duh, but 6 times. 6 times in the what year and a half, two years I've lived here and they're not all coming off of dump trucks with an improper time. This one was a car. This was a car changing lanes about 200 yards, so I'm already cranky. I mean, at this point, I might as well just drive the car because I can't get into the shop for a couple of weeks to get the window fixed. So I might as well just have at it, hit me. Okay, you know what? Have you spoken to a window place? Of course I have. Okay, have they given you an indication? I mean, if you brought it in. I'm on a first name. Here's the thing because my cousin had what was in a fender bender. And due to like supply chain or weirdness or I don't know what maybe it's maybe it's maybe it's Putin's fault. It took her a month and a half. It's a month and a half to get a car back. I mean, I'm three weeks away from even getting in. But anyhow, so I'm a little bit cranky. You still bear with me. That may serve as well. But so we got Russia's to blame for the rising gas prices. That's literally what grandpa Joe is saying. It's Russia's fault. I'm not going to answer questions. It's his fault. Hawaii has now lifted its mask mandate. We got all 50 states now within about two weeks with zero mask mandates. I was on the elevator this morning on the condo with a woman who is mortified at this trend. She says this is crazy. We need to be wearing our masks from now on. And I couldn't help myself. I try never to argue with people that I live with in the building. I'm sorry. I said, well, you want to wear the mask forever, 'cause the rest of my life, I'm wearing a mask. And I thought she's not alone, Mark. She is not alone. There are people who don't like, I said yesterday, this pandemic evidently is ending with a whimper rather than a bang. And what I mean by that is there's not going to be an end to this for many, many people, including many in the media. Ever. No? Ever. They want to be this way for the rest of their lives. They want to be scared. This poll do we talk about the poll that came out that showed that most Democrats would flee the country. If it happened to you, the Republicans by about 20 points would say we'd stay in fight and the Democrats by about 12 points say we'd pack our stuff and leave. 52% majority Democrats would pack their stuff and leave. And we called quinnipiac and they did clarify. They weren't asking if you were in Ukraine. They were saying if it happened. Gotcha. What was you? If you were in this anywhere in the world, I guess, but if you were in that position and I had a bunch of textures and I didn't daresay it out loud, but I'm going to bounce it off my friend Mark Davis. A lot of people said, well, Mike, it's as obvious that rock hit in your windshield, Democrats are cowards. Democrats are cowards. Is that fair? Okay. I thought about this after we talked about it. And I want to add the following asterisk, okay? Or as they say in Maryland, asterisk. In that group of people who say they would pack their stuff and leave, might be single moms with three kids. You know, and if your goal one is not to have me and my kids die and I'll come back when it's safe, that's not an unprincipled view. And that's a lot of Ukraine. That's a good smidgen of what's going on in Ukraine. You bet it is. And there's one of attached that. I saw those people that are trying to flee and going across broken bridges and you see old women with babushkas and Korean children. So that's a good takeaway on incidentally. It kind of reminds me of the mask, but debate. I'm going to say this. If that lady wants to wear a mask, the rest of her life. It's up to her. It's a free country. Just don't make me wear one if I don't want to wear one. It gets back to the electric vehicle debate that you showed up wonderfully talked about a half hour ago. Again, as I'm getting pelted by a barrage of boulders, I'm listening to you, screaming, cursing, not at you, but at the rocks and through my curse words I could hear you point out, I wish nothing wrong with electric vehicles, go get one. Go get one knock yourself out, but don't make me don't make us get one, and don't punish the people who want to stay with the internal combustion engine. Thank you, thank you. I don't know. It's going to be, it's just going to be a ride we're on, Mark. And I'm just trying to sort of sort it out a little bit. We've got so much to fix here. And yet we got warriors and we need warriors. Did you see your congressman chip Roy? And the floor speech this week. Wow, he said, he stood up. We're going to play it. He impassioned speech on the House floor that slam both parties. He said it's not good enough to ban Russian oil if we're not going to open up American oil and gas. That's right. I'm seeing this. He said, some of my colleagues on this side of the aisle, meaning the Republicans are saying, okay, good, this is great. But my colleagues, on the other side of the aisle, they don't want any oil. They don't mind your gas being forced, 7, $10 a gallon. Jib Roy said, don't get played. But my colleagues on my side of the aisle are going to get played. He went on to say that both parties aren't addressing issues that the American people want to see fixed simply by spending money on the omnibus spending bill. That's currently being debated. It's a great point. And speaking of local members of Congress, Biden came to town came here went to Fort Worth and did some veterans causes stuff, which is great, made a phone call to the mom and dad of a former marine who's been in jail in Russia for a couple of years. His crime was essentially being drunk, can't have that. And then we get to the whole Britney grinder thing. We'll talk about her. You heard about her, right? She's the basketball player who was a parent. And then she could be over there for ten years. That seems a bit harsh. But hey, it ain't cash oil. I mean, it's a little much. Russia don't like drugs. Anyway, three members of Congress were there for the Biden visit. Mark VZ of 33, which is sort of between Fort Worth and Grand Prairie. Colin allred up in 32 in north Dallas and Jake galzy, who's a lot of Fort Worth and so that's two Democrats and a Republican. This was the weird moment with those three Mark VZ Jake elzey Colin allred, Biden says this. The three congressmen you have here two of them look like they could really play ball and the other one looks like you bomb you. Now, Joe has two choices here, neither of them good. He is either making racial stereotypes about the athleticism of the black guys, or calling the Republican a terrorist or calling one of the black guys a terrorist. I don't even know, but Jake Jake Kelsey will be with us at 8 O 5. To tell us to tell us which one he thinks he is. Good, good, good. Yeah, what category? What box he checks? I don't even know so anyway, anyway. Did you see did you see the MMA fighter on Tucker Carlson? I did. I did. You talked about him yesterday and then I saw him last night on Tucker. That's an interesting cat. He's fascinating because he's a patriot and he's like, I don't understand what's going on over there. Gets back to what you said. You know, I heard your monologue. I listened real carefully and you were saying you were suggesting you didn't necessarily embrace this or endorse this, but it is an argument. This isn't our war. This is not our war. And there is a mindset. I think settling in, I don't know that maybe people are saying, all right, it's awful. Russia invaded Crimea, we didn't run in the streets with our hair on fire then. Now, by the same token, we're seeing dead babies in the streets, we're seeing people being told that there's a ceasefire and you can go this way and then they get gunned down. Are blown.

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"mark lindsay" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"mark lindsay" Discussed on WTOP

"Newest series of railcars Connolly says he's looking at a January or February time frame to call the hearing The 7000 series railcars remain off the tracks because of problems with their wheels and still no timetable for when they'll be running again Conley tells NBC four there are two major questions since a train derailed on the blue line near Arlington cemetery in October He says they are who knew about the real problems and why didn't they tell anyone The 7000 series railcars remain off the tracks because of problems still no timetable for when they'll be back up Havana syndrome the mystery the mysterious brain injury that's affected a number of U.S. government personnel has now led to a lawsuit claiming the U.S. government has been dragging its feet Something would have had to give I was sleeping about three hours a night It worked for the State Department's diplomatic security service And Mark Lindsay who spoke with WTO P back in July has been suffering the effects of what's believed to be a directed energy attack in Guangzhou China in 2017 He's down filed a lawsuit for disability discrimination He's trying to get them to make accommodation so he can return to work instead of being stuck behind a desk It's also interesting In this lawsuit he says a neighbor in China who suffered the same thing he did before he did pleaded with the State Department to get him and other Americans out But nothing happened JJ green WTO P news A massive explosion has killed at least 47 people in Haiti Phone footage shows stun to locals in the northern town of capetian walking among charred damaged buildings some with their facades blown away bodies covered in sheets are scattered on the road little appears left of the fuel truck that exploded Local hospitals are pleading for supplies saying they've been overwhelmed by dozens of injured Vicky Barker CBS News London It is ten 44.

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"mark lindsay" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:20 min | 1 year ago

"mark lindsay" Discussed on WTOP

"9 51 a massive explosion is killed at least 47 people in Haiti Phone footage shows stunned locals in the northern town of capetian walking among charred damaged buildings some with their facades blown away bodies covered in sheets are scattered on the road little appears left of the fuel truck that exploded Local hospitals are pleading for supplies saying they've been overwhelmed by dozens of injured Vicky Barker CBS News London Victims are getting tired of waiting and they're frustrated with the State Department's handling of the debilitating illness that's known as Havana syndrome And now one of them is suing the government That's been very challenging for our morale the ones that have been That's Mark Lindsay who works for the diplomatic security service at the State Department From an interview several months back he's suffering from Havana syndrome symptoms after what's believed to be a directed energy attack in 2017 In Guangzhou China He's now suing Secretary of State Antony Blinken and diplomatic security claiming they discriminated against him because of his disability and in court documents he said they retaliated against him For communicating his concerns to his colleagues Lindsay also said the State Department has been slow walking trying to figure out what happened to him JJ green doubled TOP news an American citizen and wife of a U.S. diplomat who left Britain after being involved in a crash that killed a teenage motorcycle rider is now expected to face charges in Britain The case against Ann sacculus will reportedly be heard next month previous attempts to pursue charges were not successful with the U.S. refusing to extradite her to the UK However the path forward is still cloudy because the law firm representing the coolest is saying there is no agreement to have their client appear at a court hearing British news agency reports the coolest will likely appear by video link from the U.S. still to come here in money news In early morning trading Wall Street is off to a slow start and MGM Resorts is clearly seeing a mirage in the Las Vegas desert I'm Steve dresner 9 53 Some people think fall is the best time of the year It may also be a great time to consider getting vaccinated against COVID-19 brought to you by BioNTech and Pfizer If you responded to the 2020 senses used a credit card or opened a bank account then.

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"mark lindsay" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:33 min | 1 year ago

"mark lindsay" Discussed on WTOP

"Delos glass love your glass 8 51 Havana syndrome the mystery brain injury that's affected a number of U.S. government personnel has now led to a lawsuit claiming the U.S. has been dragging its feet Something would have had to give I was sleeping about three hours a night It works for the State Department's diplomatic security service and Mark Lindsay who spoke with W TOP back in July has been suffering the effects of what's believed to be a directed energy attack in Guangzhou China in 2017 He's now filed a lawsuit for disability discrimination He's trying to get them to make accommodation so he can return to work instead of being stuck behind a desk It's also interesting In this lawsuit he says a neighbor in China who suffered the same thing he did before he did pleaded with the State Department to get him and other Americans out But nothing happened JJ green News Hundreds of millions of devices around the world could be exposed to a newly revealed software vulnerability A senior Biden administration cyber official Warren's top U.S. business executives that they need to take action now to address what's called one of the most serious flaws she has seen in her career Government officials say hackers are already actively working to exploit the vulnerability which is in software used by many large organizations It's reportedly allowing hackers a relatively easy way to access an organization's computer server A man driving for Uber in an effort to pay off his medical bills for cancer treatment is now facing even more bills after being a victim of road rage last week in D.C. The assault reportedly included the driver's windshield getting shattered and it cost him $1600 in damages 66 year old Ulysses Tucker spoke with NBC four His eyes were glassy and he wasn't blinking He was this slobbering and he was just mad I was like Francis he's trying to pull me out but to see Bill kept me in And then when I said I got to take them I got your tag number Then he spit on me some more went back to his vehicle and pulled off Tucker says he's provided D.C. police with that tag number and they're trying to track the attacker down Up the head and money news Toyota makes a shift to producing more of a certain kind of car It's a 53 Did you know there's a long line of middlemen who are collecting a significant portion of what you pay for medicine Hospitals insurers PBMs and others got nearly 50% of what Americans spent on brand medicines in 2018 and their share is increasing every year Let's fix the system the right.

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"mark lindsay" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:18 min | 1 year ago

"mark lindsay" Discussed on WTOP

"Is now open an Aspen Hill physician's x-rays lab tests and prescription drugs 7 41 here more than 70 protesters were arrested yesterday in a demonstration outside the U.S. capitol that protests have been organized by a group called poor people's campaign It's pressing the Senate to pass President Biden's nearly $2 trillion bill better act They call it a first step Now that group also is demanding new protections for voting rights a $15 minimum wage and for the Senate who abolish the filibuster The Washington Post reports several dozen people stood in a circle during that protest They blocked the intersection of third street and Pennsylvania avenue northwest Police warned the crowd that they would be arrested if they didn't disperse One hold out continues to make life difficult for his fellow Democrats in the Senate and for President Biden as they try to pass that signature piece of legislation with senator Republicans on the sideline President Biden and other Democrats are trying to get West Virginia's Joe Manchin to finally agree to support the long stalled $2 trillion social and environmental package Mansion after talking with Biden by phone Monday evening said they were talking about different iterations He added anything possible when asked if a deal could be reached by Christmas He doesn't like the cost of the measure nor parts of the plan including paid family leave and medical leave Tim McGuire Washington Victims are getting tired of waiting and they're frustrated with the State Department's handling of the debilitating illness known as Havana syndrome none of them is that now one of them is suing the government That's been very challenging for our morale the ones that have been That's Mark Lindsay who works for the diplomatic security service at the State Department From an interview several months back he's suffering from Havana syndrome symptoms after what's believed to be a directed energy attack in 2017 In Guangzhou China He's now suing Secretary of State Antony Blinken and diplomatic security claiming they discriminated against him because of his disability and in court documents he said they retaliated against him For communicating his concerns to his colleagues Lindsay also said the State Department has been slow walking trying to figure out what happened to him JJ green doubled TOP news It's 7 43 Hi I'm Patrick Bengal's owner and new lacombe design New look is changing the way homeowners get a new roof Why Because they always stinks You call a few roofers some call you back but most don't You get a few estimates and some will make sense but most won't Then you pick someone to do a great job cross your fingers and you just hope but guess what Nope And new look we're different First of all scheduling an estimate is easy We offer same day onsite or virtual appointments and we have TPT Total price transparency We give you line by line easy to understand pricing And it's all backed by a 13 point project management process so you know exactly what's happening It's out with the old way and in with the new look way Right now say 50% on all roofing materials and qualify for interest free financing Call 802 7 9 5300 That's 802 7 9 5300 Nook home design dot com It's still roofing but it's easy.

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"mark lindsay" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

Mason & Ireland

02:29 min | 1 year ago

"mark lindsay" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

"Law during the table with her james bond actor. Co-starred daniel craig. Now we're going to number three left. What's her score or hey three three zero. I'll lens you gotta. You gotta run the table here okay. This one's gonna be hard. We have to go all the way back to forty four bc for this cheater. Who was known for being a beautiful confident and wise queen of egypt. She was involved with tragic. Go ahead mason. I heard i cleopatra. Yeah you got to mark lindsay. You're out of it. Do you still want to be able to answer. No should i be. She can spoil. So i do the hardest one okay. We'll do the hardest one next okay. In one thousand nine hundred eighty. This cheater was declared the winner of the boston marathon with a time of two hours. Go ahead rosie follow. That was good. That was a tough paul. That was tough. That was hard okay. What's our scores so last question mason. Five three lindsey nothing. I think it's just for fun. The one all right okay. This cheater was something of a truth. Teller to classic two thousand nine book juice. Go ahead That's jose you got it. All you are down with the cheaters. Noses cheaters cheaters. Should done like twenty questions now. That was just the right number mobile. I would say a plus game hired was inspired by the all right so we're winding down here. It is time for lie of the day. Have any of you sniffed out the lie of the day. I have things written down. But i feel like i should go last. I went i yesterday with buzz aldrin. Did yeah on the old. Tom snyder show. You weren't really paying attention to suffering you said and i thought about it at the time and they go. That's something i said i was like. Oh that's the lie now. I can't remember what it have to guesses. The using the national anthem at the rancho cucamonga. Quakes and messing up and having to start over.

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"mark lindsay" Discussed on 31 Thoughts: The Podcast

31 Thoughts: The Podcast

06:26 min | 1 year ago

"mark lindsay" Discussed on 31 Thoughts: The Podcast

"That are recurrent or at a level. That's you know unexpected and concerning how did you meet jack. So i do see Independently a fair amount of hockey players from several different teams whether it be for concussion neck evaluation just performance stuff but there is a A doctor mark lindsay Who is a phenomenal scientists and phenomenal bodywork guy who is smart as heck and he sees these patients conservatively and A sense into me. And i serve as i think a good a well read Well experienced neurosurgeon. Who's the independent consultant for the denver broncos. For the past seventeen years he sends me. I give a lot of the opinions and take a lot of his patients including you know him. Okay i have a couple more number one. Could he play without a surgery. I would recommend against it. Okay secondly what. Our timelines here. Seven weeks away from the start of training camp now if he was to get the fusion. For argument's sake. How long would he be out in my practice. Three months that varies across the nation understood. What about if he was to have the artificial disc replacement. How long would he be out. Everything goes well implant in place on function essentially xrays a symptomatic and he's in shape six weeks so training at full velocity no contacted week six and then potentially contact at somewhere between weeks eight and twelve. But that's more of a return to performance thing you know. Based off the strength and conditioning coaches the pt mobility and stuff like that but in six weeks studies show that the implant. The artificial disc has been integrated into the bone. The bone has grown in it. That it's as strong as it's gonna get and his neck muscles have atrophied. He's not in the neckbrace. He's moving his neck normally. He's doing a light to moderate exercise from day one. It's just not the heavy strenuous and context stuff. Will you gotta hope also be do the fusion. We're sitting around at month three. If that x ray doesn't show fusion now what do you do okay. they have. I don't know if it's us we let them play. I've i've had to evaluate a lot of football players about that. That a played for the broncos in the it's a hard call but every call is a person to person judgment it is not a blanket vaccination about what everyone should get. That's not the way that works. We treat people. We don't treat governing bodies we don't treat ten twelve people in one fills. Here's one. i'm going to try to get half the national hockey league in trouble. Have any other teams syrup. Tissue reached out to you to ask what it is that i want to do here. Absolutely none zero. Okay thank you. You can't tell me for trying. Yeah close. I had enough time but no honestly not nobody. I've said a couple of different in a couple of different places that if we if we took the nhl rule book and handed it to doctors and said here rewrite the rules. So you'll be happy to game would look profoundly different. I think that's pretty easy assumption to make if we handed you the nhl rulebook and said redo this. So you're happy what would you do. I mean you see players that have significant head neck spine trauma if you could. How would you change the rule book. In any event it has to preserve the human rights that a person gets to choose what happens to their body as long as they've had in that is a basic human right that could be a violation of human rights to feel that he feels coerce to going back to a team or not being cleared once he gets the artificial disc as a doctor. Like i can't have them. This and i don't understand why the collective bargaining agreement has some discrepancies here. I mean i'm not a lawyer or anything but you know at the end of the day. I was jack second opinion. The gentleman that debt at buffalo were the first opinion they have a great surgeon one of the best in the world and us together. We had differing opinions yet. Jack who wants to undergo the correct informed consent surgery based off of what his a my beliefs are he. Can't i mean okay. So what are we gonna do. Just start tell anyone can tell me. What's three i cannot performance. What surgeries performed on me. And i don't have a choice of my body. It's absurd so you asked me the question of like. How would i like to see her specifics. But it's very easy. The player chooses at the end of the day. And you do need representation from the team because the vantage point with which of looking at this more of risk mitigation and. I have no problem with that i. I've i've helped denver broncos do that and we have a great relationship. The guys that the broncos are great. And i understand you know what our role is. Our role is to inform consent. You assess risk intrigued with consent of the patient at the end of the day. No matter how many opinions you get if there is a balanced argument for two procedures which this is remember. This is probably superior in the nhl. I can't say that. I have the literature but it's safe because someone's published it in the nfl and maybe five nhl players for a c. d. That's the basis of saying well have done now Maybe optimal or we don't medical school and we don't go to meeting. We.

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"mark lindsay" Discussed on 31 Thoughts: The Podcast

31 Thoughts: The Podcast

04:42 min | 1 year ago

"mark lindsay" Discussed on 31 Thoughts: The Podcast

"I'm rolling here. We go coming down in three to an at the heart of the issue between jackal and the buffalo sabres is a surgery that many in hockey considered controversial while others maintain it should be commonplace in the sport as it is in others. Welcome to thirty thousand podcast presented by the gmc sierra at four elliott. Our guest as doctor. Chad press mac. He's a neurosurgeon denver. Colorado and if it were up to him jack eichel would have artificial disc replacement and pro smack. Smack himself would perform the surgery. Yeah this is interview. Jeff chased for a long time. And you know for a while. dr price. Mac was not willing to do it. They wanted to keep it quiet. They didn't want to put it out there. But i guess it's been long enough now that he's finally agreed and as you said he's a neurosurgeon his specializations include the spine and in concussion recovery. And he's also the founder of a data driven human performance center called resilience code in the denver area. Now as you said he would like to perform the disc replacement on jack. Eichel as many of you know out there hockey fans people around the game. The sabres are against this idea and believed to prefer a fusion. Now this is key. And you'll hear dr pro smack referred of this a couple of times under the terms of the cba modified in the summer of twenty twenty. The sabers do have final. Say on the matter the way it's written they have the power and one of the reasons. Buffalo has said no to this point that no. Nhl player has ever had this procedure and return to play so like a lot of fans. We have questions. Why do this. Why would it be better than a fusion. What are the risks geoffrey. You a doctor. No i play one on the podcast. Sometimes though you stated a holiday inn last night. I'm not a doctor either. So we've wanted. Dr mac here to explain and the key thing that we all felt here. Jeff almo- who produces that we wanted it to be on the podcast. I didn't want to write a story about it. We wanted on the podcast so everyone can listen in formulate their own opinion. No editing no tone misunderstood we ask he responds. You know a lot of us following the eichel saga are not qualified in have no clue about the medical dispute. Hopefully you all hear this and have a better. Understanding of what i call is wanting to do okay. Dr prospect did some research into him. He's consulted with the nfl's denver broncos for seventeen years and found some positive reviews into his work. One of the players was a wide receiver. emmanuel sanders has been in the league. Twelve years. I'll play for the buffalo bills another player who credited him with really helping. His neck area was a defensive. End derek wolfe. There was one player. I've found who challenged the diagnosis of his linebacker. Al wilson and wilson pursued a lawsuit a decade ago. Because prospects said he didn't need surgery. Wilson later failed physical with the new york giants when it went to court press. Mac was exonerated. he won the case more. Recently one of the players. I understood held was nolan. Patrick recovering from concussion issues. And i reached out to his agent rich evans. As part of this and evans called patrick who gave dr smack a positive review earlier this year he also performed back surgery on dr mark lindsay. Dr lindsay is well known in the sports world. Chiropractor soft tissue specialist. A lot of players believe in him he's highly sought after a couple years ago. He was a key. Part of connor. Mcdavid recovery from the serious knee injury. And you'll remember that. That was a process that was new at the time. So i was comfortable pursuing dr price mac for the podcast based on all the information We were able to collect about him. Jeff okay and one thing that you will hear over. The course of the interview is the acronym. Ac diaw that stands for interior cervical decompression and fusion. When you hear a cdf. That's what dr press. Mac is referring to and just really know in the notes and on the tweets some of the studies he's referred to. We asked him to send us the links and he had sent them and we include them. So you have more information about that as well. I.

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"mark lindsay" Discussed on LifePix Relationships With ST

LifePix Relationships With ST

04:17 min | 1 year ago

"mark lindsay" Discussed on LifePix Relationships With ST

"An awesome day. Are you ready to better understand yourself your partner and your marriage. You'll get that here on. This marriage picks episode where i take my three points from the previous episode. And bring it to you so you get the greatest value in a shortest amount of time. Now i love the previous episode. I love these episodes where i get other based in a couple again and see like one therapy sessions actually looked like how can actually go. And what's going on in their marriage. What are they doing right. What could he go into even better. And like i said you want to listen to it a second just one time. That's a good. It is the second time it's you could apply it to yourself. When lily asks the questions to the couple Many want to go and ask questions here south and give those answers so you can really go improve your marriage but ortiz marriage pits number one. I'm going to pick on actually was from like even before we even started recording. We are discussing with only like the flow. And what's gonna happen. 'cause it's not a typical podcast discussions. It was not like the run of the mill. Oh yeah we can talk. And i'm gonna ask questions and we're having z because it's like a little bit different than can houses all work and louis saying that. She always the therapist by the way for people who didn't listen to previous episode. She was like. I'm not worried that. I'm not going to be able to know where to take this what to do from this. I'm worried that there's going to be a space here that we're trying to create this place we're trying to make safer for people to sheer and by jumping in and asking more questions than is going to go on break that space and so is like me. That is really true. Right really curious. But i can curiosity go and take someone else's space someone else's place of going and being able to shear so marriage fixed number one is going to create that space near gonna guess. Ask questions that they feel safe and yes question help them go and sheer more but not to anything or asking any questions. In any which way. It's going to go and stop them. It's going to cut them off. It's go and ruin this space that you worked so hard concrete and allow them to go and talk. Marriage fixed number two is going to be sheeting. The differences like mark lindsay. Both paint now lane is better with the big picture and mark is better with the details. I think it could be mustered out. But i remember one of them is better the details. One of them was better with the big picture but they both appreciated within each other. What the other person had it feel competition. I'm better your worst or like lynn. Said like margaret Pink and like beating was used space. But he didn't go on like attack came in. Stop him rally do that instead. They use different together to go and support each other and ask each other bison colors and stuff and how can do this so same thing with all of their is of your life just because your partner's different from you you wanna go and use it leverage it. Be proud of the appreciate it. Thank them for it. Just make your life so much better by not attacking it rather using it to go and improve your relationship even more marriage number three as telling them you acknowledge him so many times you've like thoughts are headed no and we appreciate and wanna tell them but then just like don't go and get it out. Go and tell them we're like oh yeah they're too busy. They're putting two kids about appreciative their prunskiene and as we don't wanna tell them or the un the fact they washed their mug who would be the fact that they went wenttly texted. Call the kiss. You whenever you're also you wanna go and not just think in your head but go and tell it to them so they actually go and know about it. Have an awesome rest of your day. If you enjoyed this episode forget to sheer with your family and friends city to can go and make the relationship extraordinary and maybe get a peek into a couple therapy session. Crush everything you're doing and i'll see you on the next said that's over. This episode of life picks relationships and we have a huge favor to ask of you. That will not only support the show but also give others what they need. Take their marriage to the next level. We're striving to have a million dollars per episode by december thirty first twenty twenty five so please share it with your family and friends so they can turn their relationship into an extraordinary wine..

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"mark lindsay" Discussed on 60 Minutes

60 Minutes

08:07 min | 1 year ago

"mark lindsay" Discussed on 60 Minutes

"Microwave range aclu that supports that theory was revealed by the national security agency in two thousand fourteen. This nsa statement describes such a weapon as a high powered microwave system weapon that may have the ability to weaken intimidate or kill an enemy overtime. Without leaving evidence the statement goes on to say. This weapon is designed to bay the targets living quarters in microwaves. The nsa disclosed this in a workers. Compensation case filed by former. Nsa employee mike back when you look back across your career. Is there any incident that leads you to believe that it could be responsible for your parkinson's disease. Yes so in the nineteen nineties back end. Nsa co worker. Were on assignment overseas years later. He says they developed parkinson's disease at the same time in one thousand nine hundred ninety six a colleague of mine chuck and i travel to hostile country and work there for about a week and I can't say where the hostile country the density of it because it's still classified. Yes but it was not cuba or china. You believe that you and chuck about were attacked with this microwave weapon. Yes i had a pretty good working knowledge of the hostile countries intelligence services what they do to people what they have done what their modus operandi mike beck says. More intelligence has come in recently which he shared in a classified briefing with congressional investigators. Mike you can't discuss any of these details because they're all classified but in your opinion does the new information that you brief the house and senate intelligence committee staff on any way relate to what happened in cuba in china. It's relevant to the cuba and china cases. No one has officially confirmed that what beck says happened to him is related to at least forty. Americans injured in china and cuba. While beck suffers from parkinson's the recent patients are being treated for the same kind of symptoms. That doctors would expect from a concussion. Follow my fingers dr. Tina shetty is mark lindsay's neurologist. Some mark initially came to me reporting symptoms of headache memory loss sleep difficulties emotionality irritability. And what did you make of that. In the early days. I was very surprised. He did not have any history of any trauma or blow to his head but he reported a constellation of neurologic symptoms which are characteristic of mild traumatic brain injury without any history of associated had trauma. I still notice it but that has improved. Exactly how their brains were. Injured is the subject of a study at the university of pennsylvania's center for brain injury and repair. Shutting is not part of that. Study your for her patient. Mark lindsay is put. Your hands on your the presumption. Is that something happened. Which caused a functional brain injury of widespread brain networks because he has symptoms to reflect a multitude of brain networks. What dr shetty described mirrors. The findings published so far by the university of pennsylvania. Study they have said that are symptoms are exactly what they saw in cuba and that we have the full suite of Findings that they had their robin and british garfield are among the forty patients enrolled in the university of pennsylvania. Study like kathryn werner. Robin garfield is a trade officer with the commerce department. He was posted with his wife and two young children in shanghai. I don't know when the sound started I do know that. It was for months on end Sitting next to robin and something that hit me from the left side and i felt like an electric shock and then it paralyzed me. So i was not able to move or speak. Hit you so hard. You felt like you were endangering the room. Yes they say. The children suffered blurred vision and loss of balance. Your daughter was literally falling down yes. She fell down multiple times a day. We went on a walk and she just fell on her face. It was very abnormal. She never does said and then a second time completely lost her balance and fell to the side in two thousand eighteen then secretary of state. Mike pompeo confirmed case who catherine werner u. penn found. Her brain injuries matched the cuba victims. We had an incident in guangzhou that the medical indications are very similar and entirely consistent with the medical indications that have taken place. Two americans working in cuba for reasons that are unclear. The state department was raising doubt about the other fourteen china cases in twenty eighteen. The departments medical office sent mark lindsay. A note that said we have reached the decision that your symptoms and findings do not correlate with the havana cohort. They tried tonight. They tried to cover it up. They tried to minimize it. Why would the state department minimize this. Because it's china because we have such a large trade relationship with them you can push around. Cuba trade relations are minimal with china. That's different beast right. State department doctors told robin garfield in two thousand eighteen. His illness stemmed from a baseball injury years ago which does not explain his wife and children. It has a very complicated geopolitical relationship between the us and china. So that to me feels like why determinations being being made. What does it mean for your benefits today that the state department is refusing to call this an attack. It has significant impact on our our life our finances My career as well likely. The china patients had the attention of at least one member of the senate foreign relations committee. Jeanne shaheen wrote thin pompeo. The group from china is increasingly feeling isolated and left behind by the state department. The state department declined an interview and twenty nineteen. But in a statement. It said we will continue to provide our colleagues the care. They need regardless of their diagnosis or the location of their medical evacuation. A state department official told us at the time that the cuba patients are victims of an attack but state hadn't made the same determination for the china patients. The department asked the national academies of science to assist in the medical investigation. The fbi is also investigating intelligence. Sources told us that in addition to cuba and china russia is a but if microwaves were used the technology is not rare. It could be more than one country is using it. Us intelligence is still debating. What caused the injuries. You were in harm's way and you didn't know it exactly. I didn't know it. And i'm afraid that others may be in harm's way and may not know it. I don't know what the future looks like for me. But i would do anything in my power to prevent this from happening to somebody else serving their country..

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"mark lindsay" Discussed on 60 Minutes

60 Minutes

08:03 min | 1 year ago

"mark lindsay" Discussed on 60 Minutes

"It was a weapon. Of course it was a weapon and energy weapon absolutely. What sort of energy is this that we're talking about. I believe it's our f- radiofrequency energy in the microwave range. Mark lindsay is a state department security officer who worked in the us consulate in one show. There is no shadow of doubt in my mind that this was directed attack against my neighbor and his neighbor was captured werner. It was an intense pressure on both of my temples. And i remember looking around for where the sound was coming from because it was painful. It's not often that you get the chance to meet a man who holds a place in history like ben for rans. he's ninety seven years old barely five feet tall and his the last surviving prosecutor of the nuremberg trials. Tonight you'll hear his remarkable story. And i started screaming. I said look. I got here. Mass murder mass murder unparalleled scale and he said. Can you do this. In addition to your other work. I showed sure sure okay. So you'll do it. James corden put the late late show on the map and made it a must see stop on youtube. The comedian slash song and dance man. Decided to turn carpooling into this. This is like a cultural phenomenon. You're making feeling credibly british by not being able to even look you in the eye during a compliment or any kind of recognition of success. I'm leslie stall. I'm bill whittaker. I'm interested in cooper. I'm nora o'donnell i'm scott. Pelley those stories tonight on sixty minutes and he's kick clubs offered creativity delivered directly to your door. They provide all the materials. You can start crafting immediately just from a variety of andy's kit of the month clubs including card maker. It striped afghan simply beads in more gets are designed for every level of crafter with online tutorials to walk you through each step of your project. The kids in your life will love annie's creative girls club or the young woodworkers club providing quality interactive summertime projects for ages seven to twelve n es has over sixty thousand five star reviews with one member writing. I would highly recommend any membership. They have something for everyone. Another writes the kits are perfect for anyone. Wanting to learn fun relaxing craft to any projects are the best creative possibilities are endless. Subscriptions are month to month. Cancel at any time as a special offer. Get your first kit for seventy five percent off. Go to anne's kit clubs dot com slash. Cbs that's annie's kick clubs dot com slash cbs. The biden administration is pressing an investigation. Into what appears to be a growing number of mysterious brain. Injuries suffered by. Us diplomats intelligence agents and troops as we first reported in two thousand nineteen at least twenty-five americans including cia agents who worked at the us embassy in cuba suffered impaired vision and memory loss among other persistent symptoms. We learned that at least fifteen. American officials in china suffered unexplained brain trauma the current investigation centers on whether these americans were attacked by a mysterious weapon. That leaves no trace government. Officials say there could now be more than one hundred and thirty victims of what appears to be a hostile foreign governments plan to target americans abroad and their families for me. It was november twenty seventeen. When i started to feel lightheaded. A lot of is getting more headaches and my wife was getting headaches to. Lindsay is a state department security officer who worked in the us consulate. In joe china. He says that he and his wife began to suffer after hearing strange sounds in their apartment picture holding marble then picture. If you had like a six foot in diameter funnel metal funnel the sound that marble would make as it goes around and it progressively gets faster as it gets goes down towards the whole at the end. It sound like. I've never heard before this subtle. Like did i hear that no it was actually somewhat loud. I heard it about three or four times always in the same spot always over my son's crib always right before we go to bed. Lindsay wears prescribe glasses because sensitivity to light is among his persistent symptoms. The symptoms were progressively getting worse with me. My headaches were getting worse. The most concerning symptom for me was memory loss especially short term memory loss mark lindsay believes. He was targeted because of his work. He uses top secret equipment to analyze electronic threats to diplomatic missions. There is no shadow of doubt in my mind that this is a direct attack against my neighbor and his neighbor was catherine werner who lived one floor up. She's a us commerce. Department trade officer who promoted american business from the guangzhou consulate. I woke up in the middle of the night. And i could feel the sound in my head It was intense pressure on both of my temples at the same time. I heard this low humming sound and it was oscillating. And i remember looking around for where the sound was coming from because it was painful. When did you first notice that you weren't feeling well. October of two thousand seventeen. I started to get hives all over my body. Really bad hives woke up with headaches. Every day I started to feel tired. The simplest things just make me very very tired growing worse overtime. They were yes. My symptoms would get so bad. That i would throw up or i would wake up with nosebleeds. She says even her dogs were throwing up blood. Werner assumed her illness was connected to china's toxic smart. She didn't know it at the time but her symptoms were the same that american officials in havana had suffered since two thousand sixteen the us the there is all the closed as a result. We hadn't heard about what happened in cuba. I mean there were headlines in the news about hearing loss and taxed To our diplomats. But we didn't know the details. Catherine warner became so ill. Her mother traveled from the us to live with her see. Spent almost three months with me. During that time she also got very ill and she and i shared the same symptoms. Which would him shilton's did your mother off headaches and Ringing in our ears We also started to both have difficulty recalling words. After reporting her experiences werner was medically evacuated to the us for treatment. Us agencies are investigating but mark lindsay has a theory. This wasn't directed standoff attack against my apartment. It was a weapon. Of course it was an energy weapon. Absolutely what sort of energy is this that we're talking about. I believe it's our f- radiofrequency energy.

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"mark lindsay" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

04:13 min | 1 year ago

"mark lindsay" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Right at Donora three. Oh 3722229. 5 803 6 to 83 70 or D, r H I calm. Told 0.4 seconds left to go in the basketball game. Portland would need a three pointer to tie it. So here's always the squirrely question that no coach ever does. Do you foul before? Damian Lillard gets a chance to shoot a three. I mean, if you ever get it wouldn't vote that strategy it be against this team. It would still give you a one point lead. Here we go. Carmelo Anthony looks in Throws it into Damian Lillard Lillard, guarded by Austin Rivers 10 seconds to go. Here's a three Mister. Wait a minute. They call the foul. Austin Rivers is so livid about that, and he wants them to challenge it. And they will crowd just saw the replay. He did nothing. Absolutely nothing. This bad boy needs to be reversed, like he did his best to move away from him. So here comes Eric Lewis and Sean right over the scores table. Let's see if they have enough guts to reverse their own call with eight seconds left to go. He has a hand check on the hip and then nothing After that. Certainly nothing. Man, This is called us. This is called a serious right here could be now There is still a 0.4 on the game clock. But that was a gift of a call. Damian Lillard. We're taking. They don't want to be wrong in this situation, So they're looking for any little thing not to reverse this call, but they're also gonna be dealing with a hostile environment. Not that anybody's gonna storm the floor anything but Across the borders. Game clock at 9.8 is the first thing that Eric Lewis said. So they've switched that and they're not even gonna bring in Mark Lindsay, the third referee, So let's see what the call his here. This better be reversed. Well, let's hear it. Whenever you're ready, I have reviewed the charges are successful. We have a file quietly together, side out, so the challenge was unsuccessful, but it was a foul prior to the gather. So this is going to be a side out for Portland. They gotta do it all over again. Then I swear I would. I would foul him before he had a chance to take a three. He is that good. Nicola Yokich is gonna check back in. John Michael Green will go out and the coal yogurts will face guard Carmelo Anthony. Alright, Here we go. 9.8 seconds to go mellow, inbound half court circles. Damian Lillard is gonna try and tied up with the horn. Five seconds to go. Lillard for the time. Got it. Three seconds left to go for Denver in Belmont. Morse. He takes it from half court. Missed it at the horn, and we've got overtime in Denver, and I'm telling you foul that guy before he has a chance to shoot it. It's just such a risky thing to do. We have a time out and over..

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"mark lindsay" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

07:29 min | 1 year ago

"mark lindsay" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"At his trade Is when He elevated his game and he made amazing things happen. And I have a lot of respect for him. I helped him. When he was a raider. He broke his ankle and I flew in a piece of equipment from Canada. To help heal him and started getting him to take care of his body the way he needed to and you know, so he and I were always good with one another. Roman Alinsky joining us once again. It's right before the Super Bowl. We always do this this time of year. Rome I look back on your career and you're talking about commitment, professionalism, the will to prepare. But when I look at any sport right now, the buzzwords that keep getting thrown around our things like culture team identity When you were drafted by the 40 Niners. You were there at a time when Eddie DeBartolo was the owner, and there's a locker room with multiple Hall of Famers. How would you describe the culture of the 40 Niners at that time? Mm. You know what? At the other day what you're really talking about Jim. Is Eyes that go out and make plays. And when You know, then you know, when you start winning, you can then add those buzzwords that you're talking about. But you give me a bunch of mules. And you talk. They could all be the greatest guys on the planet and You're not gonna win the game that nobody's gonna talk about your culture. Nobody's gonna talk about anything you've gotta have, guys that can go every team if you're gonna be in the Super Bowl or make a run at a Super Bowl. You've got to have four or five elite players. You gotta have 2 to 3 on offense to the three on defense. Ad. Then you've got to have a bunch of role players in other guys that can impact the game. If you don't, There's nobody talking about culture, you know? No. But hey, in Denver. We had the greatest Group of guys I've ever been around. And we want to Super Bowls, but we had John Elway. It's soon as John Elway was gone. We still had to save culture way had all the same. We take all your buzz words. And thrown in the trash because they don't mean crap because we didn't win after John Elway left. Phil Roman Alinsky, keeping a real with us as always roam. Oh, so let's be real for a minute. The Raiders this year was six and three. They look like a playoff walk before all unraveled down the stretch. They missed the postseason altogether. What happened to these guys? And what was going through your mind as you watch that train wreck play out. Um, they have to. You know, I just said you need five player. At least five. Or five They have two elite players. God, Jacob. And Waller. The tight end. Those are two elite talent. That's it. They don't have one guy on defense. That you call a lead that is a playmaker that can consistently get it done. That's going to go the Pro Bowl. So because of that, because they have no impact players. On defense. They weren't able to get the job done The quarterback. Their car is good enough. When the defense is playing well. And He can execute Jon Gruden's offense, which Jon Gruden himself. Is worth. Have been to 10 points during the game, he can out, uh, chest, the opposing defensive coordinator. But without a defense without impact players. They couldn't get it done down the stretch. That's two years in the road that it happened. We're talking to Bill Romanowski. Rome. Oh, so in terms of this coming Sunday, you know you and I have talked for years about this. You started the show by talking about this. Take care of your mind. Take care of your body so you can perform kick ass. How do you explain Tom Brady? Doing what he's still doing it age 43. Um I think he does all those Takes care of himself has learned how to do that. I will say this Have a couple of people. In my war chest when I played That if they took care of him He could play till he's 50. And one of them is the guide Mark Lindsay, who takes care Christian McCaffrey. And I would love to connect those two people because I am in awe. Of Tom Brady. Um, and fired by him, and I truly believe At Tampa's gonna win this football game because of what Tom Brady brought. Had the organization. He took a group of guys. That now believe because he got there that they can win and they can beat anybody, and I think it's gonna be a hell of a game. But Tampa's gonna win this football game. Right. So what about the flip side of that When you look at Patrick Holmes? What do you see? And I mean, it's a bet against my homes. It's a bet against that offense. It's awfully tough to go against those guys. But you're willing to do so. Absolutely. Um, Here's why. Jim, you know as well as I do that too many times during the year. They get off to a slow start. They did last year in the Super Bowl. They've done it multiple times. Throughout the season. You get off to a slow start. With Tom Brady. They will put the gas on in their defense is good enough. And here's another thing That's gonna help versus the Tyree kill. And I healthy. Is the fact that the raps do not call Handle these the way they do during the regular season. There's gonna be some theories holding going on with those two guys. And with Kansas City having a beat up off offensive line. I think My home. The magician. Uh, you know, the next savior to you know who Is going to spend a lot of time on his back in this game. Hmm. Bill Romanowski Joining us somebody else going with Tampa Bay? Rome? Oh, last thought in my correct in leather and thinking that lean one is now available.

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"mark lindsay" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

07:01 min | 1 year ago

"mark lindsay" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"That's me, though. Is that what you're doing there? Your world just about anything, you know. I guess it's not, uh, double role, not the wrong stuff. It's for my time. One. Probably everything's before he was president. That's not the rolling stones. We'll know. That's before your time was before my time. It's Paul Revere and the Raiders. Good thing. Oh, okay. I should have known that one that I know the Paul Revere and the Raiders. I know a lot of them. Yeah, man. They were great. Yeah, Back in the sixties. Oh, my God. What if it was just fun music? You know shit for people. You think they're so got a band together. Well, actually, uh, We, uh, saw them They were part of the turtles. Uh, tour. Okay. The happy together tour. May I think maybe was something like two years ago. We went up to New York and we saw them up. You know, it's great show. They had Mark Lindsay, the singer from Paul Revere and the Raiders. Okay, um They had. Of course, the turtle's happy together and they had, uh G, who also have the Buckingham's of bucking and we should play the bucking him kind of a drag. But you don't remember that. I know the song. We used to make up words to it, too, and I don't want to repeat them right now. So we'll hold. Let's see what they have The Buckingham's. They had the Cowsills Um, it was just a good fun night. Oh, wow. Yeah, they had Chuck Negron from the three dog night in the city was in New York City's in New York City. It was God. That was so beautiful Theater there. God, I can't. Well, Upper West Side. Um Anyway. Good. Alright. Was the Wagner Theater, right? Wagner Theater? I don't know. Anyway, you're listening to safe retirement solutions Radio. I am Rod Borowy today where our topic is. Well, China Joe Biden's We've been talking about trying to job it on and talks a little bit about passive and active investigating. Yeah, that's not that's not Let's pick that back up their way. All right. Good. You know, there are plenty of funds or portfolio managers. You have been able to beat a benchmark index or outperform the index in recent years. It's not something that's impossible to do. It's just not the majority 80% of the fund managers out there don't perform as well as the index 80% don't perform as well as the index. They're tied to whether it's the S and P With the Dow where the NASDAQ or whatever index they're using, You know, we think the value in active management is Maurine. The downside potential that market showing represent. Then there is value and that the values lost on some investors. People now tend to forget. You know, we've been in a pretty big bull market for a while. You know, we had a big slump last year, but I picked back up again, right? We believe there are three questions to ask yourself. And these are very important questions when you enter into retirement planning So well some of your colleagues of errors that specialize in active management and management portfolio theory recently came out with the three question test that we think can help you determine what is the best strategy for you because, like our colleagues who believe in active management We think that active management philosophy simply isn't for everyone. And the same applies for the pastor strategy. So let's take the test. Question number one. Do you need income? The first question you need to ask yourself is whether or not you're looking for a portfolio to produce income and specifically to produce income through dividend yield. So ask this question. Do you need to take regular withdrawals from your investment portfolio to support your monthly expenditures? If the answer is yes, you probably shouldn't use the pass of strategy used to stop taking the quiz now. Yeah, but it's something that we do. It's safe Retirement solutions, right? One of the first questions we ask our You know, or do you need income now? Yeah. What? Do your plans? What do you want to do with your money? Right? Do you want it to go? Everyone says they wanted to grow a little bit. And if you listen to our show, most of them come in, and they expect to preserve their principal. Protect it from market loss protected from volatilities, Give them a retirement paycheck, grow their money and make it last to age 100 or actually had one in today. Age 120. Yeah, that's true. Yeah, they're gonna live 120 years old was that well, we'll make some adjustments right and we'll get you there. We'll get some adjustments to their You see, Past of strategy and index investing simply doesn't lend itself to dividend yield. Most investors used the S and P 501 investing passively. Well, State Street's S and P 500 Index fund only yields 1.93 annually. Yeah, that's you know, you gotta be very careful about which SNP fund you tie your money to. Exactly. You gotta look into them before you invest. There's several of them that you are. It's not a lot of income that amount of dividend income. Won't even keep up with inflation. If you looked increase income production, you're likely to need to look at it actively managed portfolio that strays away from the index a bit to seek securities or stock companies that paid better dividend yield. In an effort to increase your income annually. And the second big question is Do you have time on your side? And so next? If you don't need your investments to produce a regular income, you may need to ask yourself well. How much time How soon can I postponed taking that income off of my investments? And if you have time on your side, and how can I change? In other words, when might the portfolio need to produce income? Another way of asking this question is how long before you will need to start taking regular withdrawals from the portfolio? To be of successful, passive investor. You need to have 10 years or more on your side. That's a long time ride for someone. It's entering into retirement because we specialize in retirement and complaining. Now, if you're in your what we often refer to as the red Zone of retirement, that's the 10 years before your target retirement date. Or the 10 years after you retire? Well, that's the difference situation passive investing my work there right and you have to be very conservative. Here's why the typical business cycle on stocks to capture the full growth or rebound from a recession. Should it occur is a full 10 years. So if you don't have 10 years on your side, you will interrupt the business cycle from an investment standpoint. By dipping into your money. You'll need to avoid passive investments. They're meant to remain untouched, then just sit without alteration. So they can come back after a loss. Right crash? Absolutely. Yeah, because we're going to see ups and downs. The mines with the market does. That's about right. I mean, 2008 we took took a hit..

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"mark lindsay" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

06:51 min | 2 years ago

"mark lindsay" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Mad. You know, I guess it's not a trucker rolling, not the wrong stuff. It's for my time wasn't probably everything before you was coming. That's not the rolling stones. We'll know. That's before your time was before my time. That's Paul Revere and the Raiders. Good thing. Oh, okay. I should have known that one that I know the Paul Revere and the Raiders. I know a lot of them. Yeah, man. They were great. Yeah, Back in the sixties. Oh, my God. What if it was just fun music? You know, I think Michelle's for people. You think they're still got a band together? Well, actually, uh, We, uh, saw them They were part of the turtles. Uh, tour. Okay. The happy together tour. May I think maybe something like two years ago. We went up to New York and we saw them up. You know, it's great show. They had Mark Lindsay, the singer from Paul Revere and the Raiders. Okay, um They had. Of course, the turtle's happy together and they had, uh G who also have the Buckingham's but bucking. Yeah, we should play the bucking him kind of a drag. But you don't remember that. I know the song. We used to make up words to it, too, And I don't want to repeat them right now. So we'll hold it. Let's see what they have the bucking hands. They had the cows, hills. Um it was just a good fun night. Wow. Yeah, they had Chuck Negron from the three dog night in the city was in New York City was in New York City. Yeah, it was, uh Yeah, but it was a beautiful theater there. God, I can't. Well, Upper West side. Um Anyway. Good. Alright. Was the Wagner Theater, right? Wagner Theater? I don't know. Anyway, you're listening to safer Thomas Solutions Radio. I am Rod Borowy today where our topic is. Well, China Joe Biden's We've been talking about trying to job it and talked for a little bit about passive and active investigating. Yeah, that's Z. Let's pick that back up their way. All right. Good. You know, there are plenty of funds or portfolio managers who have been able to beat a benchmark index or at perform the index in recent years. It's not something that's impossible. Do it's just not the majority 80% of the fund managers out there don't perform as well as the index 80% done performers. Well is the index they're tied to whether it's the S and P With the Dow where the NASDAQ or whatever index they're using, You know, we think the value in active management is Maurine. The downside potential that market showing represent. Then there is value and that the values lost on some investors. People now tend to forget. We've been in a pretty big bull market for a while. You know, we had a big slum placed here, but I picked back up again. We believe there are three questions to ask yourself. And these are very important questions when you enter into retirement planning So well some of your colleagues of errors that specialize in active management and management portfolio theory recently came out with the three question test that we think can help you determine what is the best strategy for you. Because, like our colleagues who believe in active management, we think that active management philosophy simply isn't for everyone. And the same applies for the pastor strategy. So let's take the test. Question number one. Do you need income? The first question you need to ask yourself is whether or not you're looking for a portfolio to produce income and specifically to produce income through dividend yield. So ask this question. Do you need to take regular withdrawals from your investment portfolio to support your monthly expenditures? If the answer is yes, you probably shouldn't use the pass of strategy used to stop taking a quiz now, but it's something that we do. It's safe Retirement solutions, right? One of the first questions we ask our, you know, or do you need income now? Yeah. What? Do your plans? What do you want to do with your money? Right? Do you want it to go? Everyone says they wanted to grow a little bit. And if you listen to our show, most of them come in, and they expect to preserve their principal. Protected from market loss protected from volatilities, Give them a retirement paycheck, grow their money and make it last to age 100 or actually had one in today. Age 120. Yeah, that's true. Yeah, they're gonna live 120 years old was said Well, we'll make some adjustments right and we'll get you there get some adjustments for sure. There, you see. Past of strategy and index investing simply doesn't lend itself to dividend yield. Most investors used the S and P 501 investing passively. Well, State Street's S and P 500 Index fund only yields 1.93 annually. Yeah, that's you know, you gotta be very careful about which SNP fund you tie your money to. Exactly. You gotta look into them before you invest their several of them out there. It's not a lot of income that amount of dividend income. Won't even keep up with inflation. If you looked increase income production, you're likely to need to look at it actively managed portfolio that strays away from the index a bit to seek securities or stock companies that paid better dividend yield. In an effort to increase your income annually and the second big question is Do you have time on your side? And so next. If you don't need your investments to produce a regular income, you may need to ask yourself well. How much time How soon can I post well and taking that income off of my investments. And if you have time on your side, and how can I change? In other words, when might the portfolio need to produce income? Another way of asking this question is how long before you will need to start taking regular withdrawals from the portfolio? To be its successful, passive investor. You need to have 10 years or more on your side. That's a long time ride for someone. It's entering into retirement anyway, because we specialize in retirement and complaining. Now, if you're in your what we often refer to as the red Zone of retirement, that's the 10 years before your target retirement date. Where the 10 years after you retire Well, that's the difference situation passive investing my work there right there, and you have to be very conservative. Here's why the typical business cycle on stocks to capture the full growth or rebound from a recession. Should it occur is a full 10 years. So if you don't have 10 years on your side, you will interrupt the business cycle from an investment standpoint. By dipping into your money. You'll need to avoid passive investments. They're meant to remain untouched, then just sit without alteration. So they can come back after a loss. Right crash? Absolutely. Yeah, because we're going to see ups and downs the minds with the market does. That's about right. I mean, took 2008. We took a took a hit..

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"mark lindsay" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

07:32 min | 2 years ago

"mark lindsay" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"That's not the rolling stones. We'll know. That's before your time was before my time was Paul Revere and the Raiders. Good thing. Oh, okay. I should have known that one that I know the Paul Revere and the Raiders. I know a lot of them. Yeah, man. They were great. Yeah, Back in the sixties. Oh, my God. What if it was just fun Music, you know, thinking about poor people. You think they're still got a band together? Well, actually, uh, We, uh, saw them They were part of the turtles. Uh, tour. Okay. The happy together tour. May I think maybe something like two years ago. We went up to New York and we saw them up. You know, it's great show. They had Mark Lindsay, the singer from Paul Revere and the Raiders. Okay, um They had. Of course, the turtle's happy together and they had, uh G, who also have the Buckingham's the bucking and we should play the bucking him kind of a drag. But you don't remember that. I know the song. We used to make up words to it, too, And I don't want to repeat them right now. So we'll hold up. Let's see what they had the bucking hands. They had the Cowsills. Um it was just a good fun night. Wow. Yeah, they had Chuck Negron from the three dog night in the city was in New York City is in New York City. Yeah, it was, uh Yeah, but it was a beautiful theater there. God, I can't. Well, Upper West side. Um Anyway. Good. All right. It was the Wagner Theater. Right? Wagner Theater? I don't know. Anyway, you're listening to safer Thomas Solutions Radio. I am Rod Borowy today where our topic is. Well, China Joe Biden's We've been talking about trying to job it on and talk a little bit about passive and active investing. Yeah, that's Z. Let's pick that back. Either way, All right. Good. You know, there are plenty of funds or portfolio managers. Who have been able to be a benchmark index or outperform the index in recent years. It's not something that's impossible to do. It's just not the majority 80% of the fund managers out there don't perform as well as the index 80% don't perform as well as the index. They're tied to whether it's the S and P Or the down where the NASDAQ or whatever index they're using. You know, we think the value in active management is Maurine. The downside potential that market showing represent. Then there is value and that the values lost on some investors. People now tend to forget. You know, we've been in a pretty big bull market for a while. You know, we had a big slum placed here, but I picked back up again. We believe there are three questions to ask yourself. And these are very important questions when you enter into retirement planning So well some of your colleagues of errors that specialize in active management and management portfolio theory recently came out with the three question test that we think can help you determine what is the best strategy for you because, like our colleagues who believe in active management We think that active management philosophy simply isn't for everyone. And the same applies for the pastor strategy. So let's take the test. Question number one. Do you need income? The first question you need to ask yourself is whether or not you looking for a portfolio to produce income and specifically to produce income through dividend yield. So ask this question. Do you need to take regular withdrawals from your investment portfolio to support your monthly expenditures? If the answer is yes, you probably shouldn't use the pass of strategy used to stop taking the quiz now, but it's something that we do. It's safe Retirement solutions, right? One of the first questions we ask our, you know, or do you need income now? Yeah. What? Do your plans? What do you want to do with your money? Right? Do you want it to go? Everyone says they wanted to grow a little bit. And if you listen to actual, most of them come in, and they expect to preserve their principal. Protected from market loss protected from volatilities, Give them a retirement paycheck, grow their money and make it last till age 100 or actually had one in today. Age 120. Yeah, that's true. Yeah, they're gonna live 120 years old was that we'll make some adjustments right and we'll get you there. We'll get some adjustments to their You see, Past of strategy and index investing simply doesn't lend itself to dividend yield. Most investors used the S and P 501 investing passively. Well, State Street's S and P 500 Index fund only yields 1.93 annually. Yeah, that's you know, you gotta be very careful about which SNP fund you tie your money to. Exactly. You gotta look into them before you invest. There's several other macular. It's not a lot of income that amount of dividend income. Won't even keep up with inflation. If you looked increase income production, you're likely to need to look at it actively managed portfolio that strays away from the index a bit to seek securities or stock companies that paid better dividend yield. In an effort to increase your income annually and the second big question is Do you have time on your side? In so next. If you don't need your investments to produce a regular income, you may need to ask yourself well. How much time How soon can I postponed taking that income off of my investments? And if you have time on your side, and how can I change? In other words, when might the portfolio need to produce income? Another way of asking this question is how long before you will need to start taking regular withdrawals from the portfolio? To be its successful, passive investor. You need to have 10 years or more on your side. That's a long time ride for someone. It's entering into retirement anyway, because we specialize in retirement and complaining. Now, if you're in your what we often refer to as the red Zone of retirement, that's the 10 years before your target retirement date. Where the 10 years after you retire Well, that's the difference situation passive investing my work. They're really very and you have to be very conservative. Here's why the typical business cycle on stocks to capture the full growth or rebound from a recession. Should it occur is a full 10 years. So if you don't have 10 years on your side, you will interrupt the business cycle from an investment standpoint. By dipping into your money. You'll need to avoid passive investments. They're meant to remain untouched, then just sit without alteration. So they can come back after a loss. Right crash? Absolutely. Yeah, because we're going to see ups and downs. The mines with the market does. That's about right. I mean, 2008 we took took a hit. Yeah. 4%, Unfortunately. Could bid came in. And 2020. That was what 12 years, right. That kind of correct that it's a little bit girl fast. Yeah, well, thank God we had Donald Trump in office brought it right back. And you know what if the Chinese had not released This Chinese the comet. I'm talking about timing this China not not the Chinese people, but if the communist Chinese party Had not released this cove ID virus on us. The air economy would have been sailing like like, and it was sailing greater than ever. And all of a sudden we get this cove it makes you wonder. But even with the economy and we look at the market, I mean, we had a really good year. 2020. Yeah, we did. You know, even what? Even with the covert depth, they called it thanks to Donald Trump. Now we got China. Joe is gonna cut eight million jobs this year. Here we go. The next question is, Can you keep it together?.

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"mark lindsay" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

07:19 min | 2 years ago

"mark lindsay" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"What you're saying there? Whoa! You know, I guess it's not a double role, not the wrong stuff. It's for my time. One probably between President that's not the Rolling stones. We'll know. That's before your time was before my time is Paul Revere and the Raiders. Good thing? Oh, okay. I should have known that one that I know the Paul Revere and the Raiders. I know a lot of them. Yeah, man. They were great. Yeah, Back in the sixties. Oh, my God. What if it was just fun music? You know shit for people. You think they're still gonna band together? Well, actually, uh, We, uh, saw them They were part of the turtles. Uh, tour. Okay. Happy together Tour. May I think maybe we saw him like two years ago. We went up to New York and we saw them up. You know, it's great show. They had Mark Lindsay, the singer from Paul Revere and the Raiders. Okay, um They had. Of course, the turtle's happy together and they had, uh G, who also have the Buckingham's the bucking. Yeah, we should play the bucking him kind of a drag. But you don't remember that. I know the song. We used to make up words to it, too, And I don't want to repeat them right now. So we'll hold. Let's see what they have the Buckingham's. They had the Cowsills. It was just a good fun night. Oh, wow. Yeah, they had Chuck Negron from the three dog night in the city was in New York City is in New York City. It was God. It was so beautiful Theater there. God, I can't. Well, Upper West Side. Anyway. Good. Alright. Was the Wagner Theater, right? Wagner Theater? I don't know. Anyway, you're listening to safe retirement solutions Radio. I am Rod Borowy today where our topic is. Well, China Joe Biden. We've been talking about trying to job it on and talked a little bit about passive and active investigating. Yeah, that's Z. Let's pick that back. Either way. All right. Good. You know, there are plenty of funds or portfolio managers. Who have been able to beat a benchmark index or at perform the index in recent years. It's not something that's impossible to do. It's just not the majority 80% of the fund managers out there don't performance well is the index 80% don't perform as well as the index. They're tied to, whether it's the S and P With the Dow where the NASDAQ or whatever index they're using, You know, we think the value in active management is Maurine. The downside potential that market shown represent. Then there is value and that the values lost on some investors. People now tend to forget. You know, we've been in a pretty big bull market for a while. You know, we had a big slump last year, but I picked back up again. Okay? We believe there are three questions to ask yourself. And these are very important questions when you enter into retirement planning So well some of your colleagues of errors that specialize in active management and management portfolio theory recently came out with the three question test that we think can help you determine what is the best strategy for you because, like our colleagues who believe in active management We think that active management philosophy simply isn't for everyone. And the same applies for the pastor strategy. So let's take the test. Question number one. Do you need income? The first question you need to ask yourself is whether or not you looking for a portfolio to produce income and specifically to produce income through dividend yield. So ask this question. Do you need to take regular withdrawals from your investment portfolio to support your monthly expenditures? If the answer is yes. You probably shouldn't use the pass of strategy. You should stop taking the quiz now. Yeah, but it's something that we do. It's safe Retirement solutions, right? One of the first questions we ask our, you know, or do you need income now? Yeah. What? Do your plans? What do you want to do with your money? Right? Do you want it to go? Everyone says they wanted to grow a little bit. And if you listen to act show most of them come in, and they expect to preserve their principal. Protect it from market loss protected from volatilities, Give them a retirement paycheck, grow their money and make it last to age 100 or actually had one in today. Age 120. Yeah, that's true. Yeah, they're gonna live 120 years old was well, we'll make some adjustments right and we'll get you there. We'll get some adjustments for sure. There, you see. Past of strategy and index investing simply doesn't lend itself to dividend yield. Most investors used the S and P 501 investing passively. Well, State Street's S and P 500 Index fund only yields 1.93 annually. Yeah, that's you know, you gotta be very careful about which SNP fund you tie your money to. Exactly. You gotta look into them before you invest. There's several of them macular. It's not a lot of income that amount of dividend income. Won't even keep up with inflation. If you looked increase income production, you're likely to need to look at it actively managed portfolio that strays away from the index a bit to seek securities or stock companies that paid better dividend yield. In an effort to increase your income annually and the second big question is Do you have time on your side? In so next. If you don't need your investments to produce a regular income, you may need to ask yourself well. How much time How soon can I postponed taking that income off of my investments? And if you have time on your side, and how can that change? In other words, when might the portfolio need to produce income? Another way of asking this question is how long before you will need to start taking regular withdrawals from the portfolio? To be its successful, passive investor. You need to have 10 years or more on your side. That's a long time rod for someone it's entering into retirement because we specialize in retirement and complaining. Now, if you're in your what we often refer to as the red Zone of retirement, that's the 10 years before your target retirement date. Where the 10 years after you retire Well, that's the difference situation passive investing my work there right there, and you have to be very conservative. Here's why the typical business cycle on stocks to capture the full growth or rebound from a recession. Should occur is a full 10 years. So if you don't have 10 years on your side, you will interrupt the business cycle from an investment standpoint. By dipping into your money. You'll need to avoid passive investments. They're meant to remain untouched, then just sit without alteration. So they can come back after a loss. Right crash? Absolutely. Yeah, because we're going to see ups and downs the minds with the market does. That's about right. I mean, took 2008 we took took a hit. Yeah. 4%. Unfortunately. Cove it came in and 2020. That was what 12 years, right. That kind of correct that it's a little bit a girl fast. Yeah. Yeah. Well, thank God we had Donald Trump in office brought it right back. And you know what if the Chinese had not released This Chinese the comet..

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Brain trauma suffered by U.S. diplomats in Cuba, China could be work of hostile foreign government

60 Minutes

02:08 min | 4 years ago

Brain trauma suffered by U.S. diplomats in Cuba, China could be work of hostile foreign government

"Serious brain injuries, causing impaired vision and memory loss among other persistent symptoms. Now, we've learned that at least fifteen American officials in China suffered unexplained brain trauma soon after the FBI is now investigating whether these Americans were attacked by a mysterious weapon. That leaves no trace over many months. We have been collecting evidence of what appears to be a hostile foreign governments plan to target American serving abroad and their families for me. It was November twenty seventeen when I started to feel lightheaded a lot. I was getting more headaches. My wife was getting headaches too. We worked Lindsay is a State Department security officer who worked in the US consulate in one show China. He says that he and his wife began to suffer after hearing strange sounds in their apartment picks her holding marble, then picture if you had like a six foot diameter funnel metal funnel the sound that marble would make as it goes around. And it progressively gets faster as it gets goes down towards the whole at the end. It's a sound like I've never heard before this subtle like deny here that no it was it was actually somewhat loud. I heard about three or four times always in the same spot. Always over my son's crib. And always right before we go to bed Lindsey wears prescribe glasses because sensitivity to light is among his persistent symptoms. The symptoms were progressively getting worse with me my headaches getting worse. The most concerning symptom for me was memory loss, especially short term memory loss. Mark Lindsay believes he was targeted because of his work. He uses top secret equipment to analyze. Electronic threats to diplomatic missions. There is no shadow of doubt in my mind that this was directed attack against my neighbor. And I

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Big Game memories: 25 years later, Cals Lindsey Chapman recalls 4-TD day

San Francisco Chronicle Sports - Spoken Edition

04:18 min | 4 years ago

Big Game memories: 25 years later, Cals Lindsey Chapman recalls 4-TD day

"You're listening to the spoken edition of the San Francisco Chronicle. Big-game memories. Twenty five years later. Cows Lindsay Chapman recalls four touchdown day by Steve kroner from sports to running back. Share the Cal record for touchdowns and big game with four Chuck Muncie. Did I and the bears forty eight to fifteen route at Stanford Stadium in nineteen seventy five the following year New Orleans selected Muncie with the third overall pick in the NFL draft he wound up spending nine seasons in the NFL. The man who tied his big game. Mark Lindsay Chapman didn't play a down in the NFL. But on a nineteen Ninety-three Saturday afternoon at Stanford Chapman put his name next two. As in the Cal record book Chapman carried twenty eight times for one hundred forty one yards and scored a TD in each quarter as the bears waltz to a forty six to seventeen victory. Cow had gone six seasons. Five losses and the final tie in the nineteen nineteen and nineteen eighty eight with. Thout holding the axe. That wasn't the only thing fueling Chapman against the cardinal. When asked this week about that victory a quarter century ago Chapman. I referenced the guardsman's luncheon, which took place at San Francisco's firm aunt hotel, the Wednesday before the game, the annual charity event brought together the head coach and a few players from each school MC, Bob Sarlat. A Cal alum typically took good natured digs at both teams. Chapman was one of the players representing Cal. And he admits heat didn't realize the luncheon was something of a roast still he thought Sarlat and Stanford head coach Bill wash went too far in maligning the bears one wash line. He said he didn't understand all the hoopla about the acts and that Cal can always go out and buy one, I left there pretty heated. I left that luncheon very very upset. It kind of set the tone Chapman said two years earlier Chapman said he and his teammates felt the same type of disrespect before they met. Clemson in the Citrus Bowl. He said the Tigers didn't feel that we were good enough opponent. Cal was good enough to beat Clemson thirty seven to thirteen I felt that same irritation. When I went at lunch and Chapman said and they were talking about us like that. And like, we weren't even in the room. So that was the fuel that fired at all the night before the big game. The bears were out there Palo Alto hotel. Chapman remembers go into a players only meeting and telling some of the bears offensive linemen that they didn't need to block their men. The next day. They simply had to get in front of them Chapman recalled saying because all you guys in here. I'm gonna put you on my back, and I'm going to carry us to the promised land. I promise you that promise kept Chapman scored his first touchdown on seventeen yard pass from quarterback. Dave barr. Chapman's final three TD's came on runs. After scoring the first touchdown second. Touchdown third. Touchdown. And even the fourth Chapman said, I just had a whole lot of pent-up anger inside of me. Thanks to Bill wash. I really really really wanted to make sure that we brought the axe back. Cal got the axe and Chapman got a different type of. Veneer that he's kept for twenty five years chunks of the Stanford Stadium field that he put in a plastic bag. He had grabbed those chunks in the bears postgame celebration the locker room was just effervescent Chapman recalls. Everybody was just hugging. All over each other. Dear Slater Chapman, got to meet Muncie. Their connection went beyond the cow, backfield Chapman grew up in Louisiana and was a fan of the saints. It was special to me to actually get a chance to meet him being a part of a cow family Chapman said Muncie died at the age of sixty in twenty thirteen Chapman lives in Oakland and works as the northern California regional safety manager for helix electric. He also coached running backs at Chevy college for the past four seasons. The victory over Stanford in ninety three gave Cal seven two four record the bears finished nine two four as they won forty two to eighteen at Hawaii the Saturday after the big game. And then humbled Iowa thirty seven to three in the inaugural. Alamo bowl Chapman. Ran for one thousand. Thirty seven yards that season. And by the way, he also scored four TD's in that victory in Honolulu.

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