35 Burst results for "Medford"

High Temperatures Close Schools, Break Records

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 6 d ago

High Temperatures Close Schools, Break Records

"Millions of Americans are sweating in the heat and humidity for many in the northeast it's been days of blistering heat cancer patient the reticence to low in Medford Massachusetts wanted her landlord to turn on the air conditioning I have a hard time very intent and I can breathe and I know I'm going to die some people it's you know please be decent amount of GM thing on so we can have some may have her AC is on now she talked to WCVB TV the National Weather Service is promising a cold front will cool things off in the northeast by tomorrow and especially on Friday but they say it'll stay hot and sticky across parts of the south and central U. S. with highs running maybe fifteen degrees above average or even higher I'm read off Ole

Wcvb Medford Massachusetts Cancer National Weather Service GM
"medford" Discussed on Goodbye to Alcohol

Goodbye to Alcohol

03:50 min | 2 months ago

"medford" Discussed on Goodbye to Alcohol

"Because i really couldn't afford eat healthy but you know that's when i started my addiction to yo yo dieting as well and it was just you know forty pounds down sixty pounds up and you know. I got into some very terrible relationships. Very co dependent relationships. Because i was always with other alcohol ix are addicts and that ended up in abuse I ended up. You know going into a deep depression. I'd always kinda suffered from depression throughout my addiction. But i locked myself away after that I was assaulted by one of my exes. Who was an addict and just sat and drank myself silly and used for two months straight before a friend of mine. Actually one of my best friends. She's my best friend today but we were best friends in high school. She kind of appeared. I ran into her in a bar. The first night that i went out and so that kind of started the transition to creating a better life but of course i had to learn for probably about another ten years before i actually smartened up but i just. I did what society told me to do. I got married in. Oh i bought a condo. I bought a car. And i really didn't see myself as an alcoholic because i had grown so accustomed to the life i was living. I truly thought that was the norm. Nia alcohol house beans so normalized hasn't by society. You'll you'll the strange one if you don't drink. Exactly how much would it sorry. How much were you drinking in the united states when you had your call rubio combo in your job and never seen was your husband and then everything was notable. How much were you managing to push away as a functioning alcoholic. Well it would usually be at least like during a week night. It would be anywhere from six to twelve beer and usually we'd end up dipping into the vodka. And you know my ex husband now but we would you know. As soon as we got home from work we would crack drank and he was not he was a great guy but he was much friendlier when we were drunk. And so we loved each other when we drank and that was the first thing we do. We cracked open. The vodka. And i would usually grab a beer and on the weekends it would be anywhere from. Usually you know a case of beer twelve beers and then we would start in on the vodka. Usually by then i was already in blackout so i wouldn't remember but you know it was i. I would guess probably about ten thousand calories in alcohol every week which was crazy but it was the normal. So when did he so you saying when your friend came round but the evening did she say to you tomorrow. You've gotta get your at together while she so somebody said something to you. What started the process that it took another ten years to actually make it so when we bumped into each other i had always respected her She i've seen her drank. Maybe a handful of time since we were in our teens and so i've always had a very high respect for her and because we had grown apart for a few years i'd i'd say the depth of my drug addiction years Having her back in my life and running in tour was kinda like okay. You know what. I know that i can't be that person around her because she would never accept me as that and so i hid a lot of the drug addiction from her but i actually got clean off of hard drugs for about eight years after that event Because a few weeks later..

sixty pounds forty pounds six twelve beers tomorrow united states two months today about ten thousand calories twelve beer first thing one one of a few weeks later exes about eight years first night ten years friends
Woman Hit And Killed After Getting Out Of Friend’s Car On I-93 In Medford, Near Boston

WBZ Afternoon News

00:32 sec | 3 months ago

Woman Hit And Killed After Getting Out Of Friend’s Car On I-93 In Medford, Near Boston

"In Medford, police say a 22 year old woman was found dead just after midnight this morning on route 93. The woman appears to have been struck and killed by uncovering traffic after getting out of her friend's car. Mass state police troopers were called to the scene on 93 right before exit 32 at 12:01 A.m.. Investigators say they are working to identify the vehicle or vehicles that may have hit the woman. Police are still unsure why the woman left the vehicle and her identity has not been released so far, but the investigation is

Mass State Police Medford
Boston woman hit and killed after getting out of vehicle on I-93 in Medford

WBZ Morning News

00:20 sec | 3 months ago

Boston woman hit and killed after getting out of vehicle on I-93 in Medford

"22 year old woman struck and killed on Route 93 north near exit 32 in Medford just after midnight State police report the woman was in a friend's car. Get out of the car and then was struck by a passing motorist why the victim left her friend's vehicle remains under investigation. The woman's identity has not been

Medford State Police
Man Allegedly Flashes Pellet Gun With Laser Sight During Medford Road Rage Incident, Northwest of Boston

WBZ Afternoon News

00:22 sec | 3 months ago

Man Allegedly Flashes Pellet Gun With Laser Sight During Medford Road Rage Incident, Northwest of Boston

"Bond. When another car tried to merge into her route of travel. That driver apparently brandished a gun. State police tracked down that man discovered it was a pellet gun with an extended magazine and then attach laser sight. The suspect, Patrick Injury of Stone, Um, was arrested shortly thereafter and faces charges. Students of Blue Hill Regional technical School close to finishing a home in Canton. WBC's Chris Pharma

Patrick Injury State Police Blue Hill Regional Technical S Canton WBC Chris Pharma
Wilmington Buried In 20 Inches Of Snow From Storm, Boston

WBZ Midday News

01:09 min | 4 months ago

Wilmington Buried In 20 Inches Of Snow From Storm, Boston

"In terms of snow. We have been measuring the amounts for you. The National Weather Service is the city of Lowell is reporting 2 Ft of Snow 2 ft. Lot to like about Lowell today. If you like snow now, not far from there. Wilmington, seeing about 20 inches of snow, East, Acton and Hudson, both in that neighborhood as well. Meanwhile, WBC's drama Holland Took out the measuring stick in Medford. You know, some people are comparing this winter storm to the one that hit on this day back in 2015, and that year it seemed to never stop snowing. We'll see what happens today is this thing lingers on and plow drivers look Not easy. I'm kind of hectic. We wet plows actually broken. I'm heading home now. You actually have a broken plow? Yes. How did that happen? I don't know me neither tough time and get this. You drive tow Logan, and you can use a broom, Not a shovel on Lee. An inch there. Randolph. Only an inch South Shore just got a little water on the ground here in Medford. Few inches of snow, and with the temperature's dropping as the day goes on, it could present some more challenges tonight. From a very Sake. Medford, Massachusetts drew Mulholland WBZ Boston's news radio. Yeah, but we can't be fooled

National Weather Service Medford Lowell Acton WBC Wilmington Hudson Logan South Shore Randolph LEE Drew Mulholland Massachusetts Boston
Are You Making a New Year's Resolution This Year?

WBZ Morning News

00:47 sec | 6 months ago

Are You Making a New Year's Resolution This Year?

"It's that time of the year again as well. Time to make those New Year's resolutions. However, this year is Cove it getting in the way Did you get any of your 2020 resolutions taken care of? Probably not. But there's always next year for new goals, right? I don't actually oddly enough, you think you would this year? I don't. Others, however, are looking too. The future. Hopefully a better one. Just to be healthy, my man just to be healthy. Thank you very much by my next property on And Medford. James RoHaas WBZ Boston's news radio. It is

James Rohaas WBZ Medford Boston
Farewell Last DC7

Uncontrolled Airspace: General Aviation Podcast

01:30 min | 6 months ago

Farewell Last DC7

"Canker sixty now which was An aerial a firefighting tanker Is slash was operated by ericsson herro tanker out of medford oregon was retired earlier Sometime this year Tober october twenty eight is when the story was was dated so not not that long ago. for is this is the article says it's the last airworthy operational dc seven in the world. Well it seems implausible but not does to me too. But i don't know I according to this article it is. Yeah so i could buy that. It was the last one flying in the continental united states for example Even north america. But i have a hard time imagining a reliable old aircraft like this. I mean isn't still flying according to according to wikipedia wikipedia. Okay here we go well because this is the ultimate source but that's why that's why preface saying according to wikipedia. Yes there are no dc seven's in operation today. Well okay. that's another all right. It's kind of to another data point. And you bet

Herro Tanker Tober Canker Medford Ericsson Oregon DC North America United States Wikipedia
31-year-old Bedford man killed in Medford crash, near Boston

Extreme Genes Family History Radio

00:19 sec | 7 months ago

31-year-old Bedford man killed in Medford crash, near Boston

"Man killed in a single car rollover crash on 93 Medford Yesterday morning just before 10 A.m. officers responded to the crash of the 2003 Chevy Suburban, which happened just south of the stone in line your exit 33. The man was pronounced dead at the scene. The identification of the driver has not been released. The investigation is ongoing. Depression in

Suburban Depression
Boston - Massachusetts coronavirus cases up 2,263, statewide hospitalizations rising

Nightside with Dan Rea

00:38 sec | 7 months ago

Boston - Massachusetts coronavirus cases up 2,263, statewide hospitalizations rising

"Numbers continue rising statewide. You could see this coming more hospitalizations, the state Department of Public Health in this latest daily update as the number of covert patients in the hospital now above 808 35. It just hit 700 a few days ago, but the virus has a nasty moment. Um, and it is sending people to the hospital. There are 2263 newly confirmed cases on more than 65,000 tests, so that seven day positivity rate that's creeping up. It's a three and a quarter percent. Now there were 20 new deaths reported and 159 covert patients are in the ICU. Medford is also seeing rising corporate cases about half of them among younger adults.

Department Of Public Health Medford
The Oregon Fires

Latino Rebels Radio

06:32 min | 9 months ago

The Oregon Fires

"Latino Rebels Radio Latino. Rebels. Radio Julia Regard Novella here in in Sunday September thirteenth twenty twenty and we are back and you're listening to us on audio boom stitcher, spotify apple podcasts, or wherever you get your podcast. We've been following the situation in the West regarding these historic wildfires. The images are just tragic, and actually I have a guest in Oregon Nydia Alycia who reached out and said I want to talk about the situation and you're on Hello Nadya. Hey Thank you so much for having me and for giving me an opportunity to share a little bit about what's going on I'm doing the does the I can be in. The worst. nightmare that don't ever wish on anybody right now. So Why don't you just break it down because obviously people see the images, the hear the voices by this is your opportunity to this is your mic tell me your situation what's going on how whatever you WANNA share. What's going on in Oregon? It's been really disheartening to see some of these. You know this is a tragedy. By all means this is a nightmare, but I also just want to share that our community even though we've been the most impacted. We are also like incredibly resilient. So many of the families that I've seen my relatives my best friends family anytime. I've checked in with people that I know I grew up here I was born and here. You. Know are people are so concerned about other people you know even though there are folks right now families who are staying at their relatives or co workers or friends, and it's like fifteen people two bedroom they're still you know like, Oh, I'm really just worried about the people who haven't found a place to stay. So I've been seeing how our local news has taken pictures of some of our folks in. A really vulnerable situation in the middle of all this heartbreak there's so much resilience in so much power. The community is coming together to lead it beautiful efforts for people on. There is so much power in our unity right now in terms of like. Checking in on each other. because. You know when these things happen, it's the direct people on the ground who weren't as impacted. It's the WHO's folks it's I mean it's hard for me because my my dad lost everything. My Mom's home is still standing even though orders, but it's on us. That's the quickest way we're going to be able to make it out of this when you call your house when you call your cousins when you call your neighbor, you just check up on each other and that's the way I've seen a lot of our people get access to food get access to close. The happened at three PM. And thank God even though this is like the worst thing an entire town burning down at three entire towns being severely destroyed by these fires. Thank God. It happened at three in the morning when you know folks are sleeping or at seven pm runs home from work. Because this, all happened in a blink of an eye it was within three to four hours. This fire went from Ashland to talent to Phoenix to Medford like I said, my mom lives in talent and my dad lived or his residence is in Phoenix in from you know checking on each other is like i. i saw the smoke, it eleven intolerant and the like. Yeah. I didn't get the call until one before we talk about your situation and others tell me a little bit about the community I. Mean that people don't know about yeah I mean who that's that question brings tears to my eyes 'cause. were community of be Natal's of a scene laws of now we would call them mighty needles 'cause there's all the ham `bout here. I'll the grapes we're just hardworking people man my folks got. In the late eighties, early nineties following the harvest from California You know once they were done. My mom got here when she was done. Picking Strawberries and she heard about pairs in southern Ohio and had an anti who had come. Sooner and my dad, you know was picking Liz in new? Mexico. about the beans out here and My Dad has planted over twelve million trees in the Pacific northwest like are people are so embedded in this landscape in the food, we produce in the beautiful mountains that you see those are all planted by our arkady that. we have make status community Some folks. Like myself, my mom and dad were undocumented when I was a child and I was a citizen in my mom eventually became a citizen. My Dad is. has his residency. So like a we have different kinds of. Legal status is which also be barrier for some of us in terms of having adjust recovery out of this disaster. But Overall, like this is what the hardest thing for me is is that I don't know a single family in in our community that has that was not impacted by this we're tightening We have some families here that You know that you've got the mom and then you have the kids we have like three generations of families here already. And we all know the you know the big lessons that family so and so make it. Okay. All will that family one lost everything others. Okay. So that's also been one of the reasons why are people have we've been able to you know figure it out a little easier because we do have we do rely on each other and like we do, we do count with each other support you know simply Say Yoga Nisa seat thou. At buckeyes and your Kiekens say you know were were just were just helping help. We're just helping each other to do our best making out of this right now

Oregon Nydia Alycia Phoenix Julia Apple Oregon Buckeyes Pacific Northwest Ohio California Kiekens LIZ Mexico. Ashland Medford
Raging wildfires create a hellish orange sky in the west

World News This Week

01:04 min | 9 months ago

Raging wildfires create a hellish orange sky in the west

"The skies over California glowed a dark orange this week as wind swept erratic wildfires escalated across ten western states. Officials are making grim discoveries in Oregon Washington and California including the death of a child more from ABC's Matt Gutman. The door complex fire rapidly growing into one of the largest in California's history at its worst torched thousand acres. Every thirty minutes sending thousands fleeing in Oregon where forty eight wildfires burning throughout the state one fire galloping through towns around Medford Oregon with ferocity. This could be the greatest loss of human lives and property due to wildfire in our state's history Chevrolet image, showing what Phoenix just south of for looked like earlier this week from space, the entire west coast smothered in smoke on. Let's. Tens of thousands of evacuees, clogging roadways as they drove through that orange hell scape firefighters stretched thin across the state and in Medford we saw helicopters making dozens of

California Oregon Oregon Washington Medford Matt Gutman ABC Phoenix
Wildfires rage across West Coast as high temperatures and winds hamper first responders

Tom and Curley

00:31 sec | 9 months ago

Wildfires rage across West Coast as high temperatures and winds hamper first responders

"Of Americans all across the West under siege. By a series of wild fires that have burned hundreds of homes, businesses and lots of land. Tens of thousands have evacuated as hot and dry air meets heavy wind spanning the flames of 85 large wildfires that have burned more than 4000 square miles of land, including Beth Hill, a resident of a retirement home. It burned to the ground. We all ran out. Got into buses didn't take anything. Leah Luciano CBS NEWS Medford, Oregon,

Leah Luciano Beth Hill Medford Oregon
Evacuations in California and Oregon as destructive fire outbreak engulfs region

Tom Sullivan

00:29 sec | 9 months ago

Evacuations in California and Oregon as destructive fire outbreak engulfs region

"Bracing for a challenging night with wildfires burning in western state in Oregon, the sky Zahra glowing red so much smoke in the air. It's blocking out the sun. Numerous wildfires are burning, including one around Medford that is destroyed. At least 600 homes. Oregon Governor Kate Brown if you are asked to evacuate Do so immediately and in Northern California, near Chico, a wildfire has roared back to life and their victims who have been burned A B

Oregon Governor Kate Brown Zahra Chico Medford Northern California
With COVID-19 vaccine trial, rural Oregon clinic steps onto world stage

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

00:35 sec | 10 months ago

With COVID-19 vaccine trial, rural Oregon clinic steps onto world stage

"Tests the potential vaccine for the Corona virus. Dr. Edward Kerwin is and the Clinical Research Institute of Southern Oregon in Medford were chosen to lead a clinical trial is part of a phase three test of a vaccine from Moderna. The clinic is one of nearly 90 test sites in the United States. Corwin's clinic is seeking to enroll 700 volunteers by the end of this month, joining 30,000 participants in the nationwide study. Kerwin has led more than 750 clinical trials in his career, mostly focused on asthma, lung disease and skin disorders are camo news time. 3 10 The police

Dr. Edward Kerwin Clinical Research Institute Of Lung Disease Medford Corwin United States
Life before

True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

05:23 min | 10 months ago

Life before

"We have a podcast on past life regression shared dreams also is mutual dreams are when two or more people share a dream experience at the same time. The degree to which the dream is, share can vary from having common elements or events of tap an each person streaming to the entire dream being identical imagine a shared dream where the dreamers don't know each other both go to the same counselor the dream environment for each is the same solely populated with the other dreamer. The counselor, The Observer never reveals that the person occupying that dream is not a figment of the imagination but another client. One male one female in the man's dream he is pursuing female in the woman's Dream Xi is being pursued by him. This was a strange case an Oregon College counselor was confronted with in one thousand, nine, hundred, sixty, seven during each visit by the man it was confessed that with each dream he was more bold in his pursuit of the woman the woman confessed during her sessions that she feared the outcome if the man in her dream. Should catch up to her after questioning each dreamer about the environment it was determined that either knew the location of their dreams. But from the description provided by each counselor was able to pinpoint London at from the description of the streets buildings pollution and the dress she estimated about the eighteen eighty somewhere the counselor was concerned that the activity in the to dreams was becoming more interwoven yet the paths of the dreamers and they're waking lives never crossed. When the activities in the dreams became so intense that it was affecting daily activities of both dreamers, the counselor believed it was time for an intervention. Still she couldn't figure out why London why the eighteen eighties she requested detail family histories. The man's family ancestry ended abruptly with the adoption of his great great grandfather whose occupation was a physician in London in the eighteen eighty s the woman's family line ended equally abruptly when her great great grandmother was murdered in the White Chapel region of London's decide the counselor was shocked at the seemingly coincidental location and year of the family tree of each dreamer and how they were intertwined crossing campus one day she picked up a newspaper and was saddened to see that a series of brutal murders of women in the nearby town of Medford had gone unsolved. Approve the woman's occupations they were prostitutes, but no one deserved to be murdered in such a horrible manner. This rating gutted she read the article as she walked toward the trash camp but stopped short of dropping it into the garbage when she got to the part, the compared the murders in Medford to those committed by Jack The ripper in the White Chapel district of London in eighteen eighty eight she decided after reading about the local murders and based on how disturbed her clients were by their dreams. That the intervention would be past life regression. She was convinced that by understanding the rationale for the dreams, she would be able to resolve the stress associated by them. The man was scheduled to see her two days before the woman she placed him in a hypnotic transit allowed her to regress him. When she questioned him about his environment is verbal response was rude and his accent difficult to understand at first. When she questioned him about the young woman, he was pursuing he became so agitated with descriptions of the acts of violence he would dispatch her with the counselor immediately brought him out of the Trans she made no mention of what he had revealed to her for fear of upsetting him over the next two days she read several counts of the ripper murders. There were so close to the description of what the man describe while experiencing past life regression. The she decided that no matter what was revealed when she hypnotized woman, she would hold back nothing and maybe even warn her the young woman was easily hypnotized and under pointed questioning revealed her name is Catherine. eddoes. The counselor noted this on a pad during the session she was surprise when the young woman rolled bucked on the couch thinking this was some kind of seizure she sat down or. Notebook with the intention of bringing the woman out of the hypnotic state. But stopped when it became apparent that the young woman as Catherine eddoes was having sex when the gyration stopped, she quickly brought her out of the trance before leaving the office and after considerable questioning the counselor learned that her client was the great great granddaughter of the Fourth Victim of Jack The ripper and yes her great great grandmother that a prostitute. So shocked was a counselor. She let the woman leave her office. Without a warning, the school year came to an end clients graduated and left the area. She had no idea where the young woman was headed. But new, the man was going to Cupertino California a small town in San Francisco South Bay to teach. She took the summer often

London White Chapel Medford Oregon College Catherine Eddoes Cupertino Catherine. Eddoes California South Bay San Francisco The Observer
"medford" Discussed on The Toxin Terminator

The Toxin Terminator

04:25 min | 1 year ago

"medford" Discussed on The Toxin Terminator

"There's Times where I had to stop right in and go see my counselor and discuss it, but it's also been very healing because it stuff that I never discussed with anybody else, and there was I my parents both read the book and less than two days, which is unheard of for them. My Mom's like well. I'll try and get it done in two weeks and I'll let you know. She said she couldn't put it down. Now granted she's in shock and she said I. Just want to give you a spanking or ground. And but I'm glad you're not dead. So. And, my dad, who I have been forever, wanting his praise I've always gotten his praise. He's always supported me, but I never saw it. You know. I wanted more if he said great job, I wanted him to say you did a phenomenal job, right? Nothing was ever good enough for me, and so he even came and said wow, you shared this in such an open vulnerable way like I can hear you in the book and that meant a lot because I think now I've achieved what I've set out to accomplish and. And that is just to be me and be real and raw and open, and I really hope that anybody who's suffering from addiction issues of any type whether it's co dependency. It's you know you're in a toxic relationship you have you know alcohol? Drug issues pills like it comes in so many forms like we talk about. I want people to know that they're not alone and I hope that my book kind of takes them to that new level where they think you know what I can change and this is possible. I love that, so let's talk about. Number One. How can people get a hold of your book because it's launching tomorrow, so let's tell them how they can. Do you have a site setup that they can gall be part of the when it goes live, it can be the first ones to know. So if you. Friend me on Facebook, which is Tamar Medford, Med F. O. R. D.. I actually have an event page where you can sign up for that, and you can join happy if you email me or instant message me I can send that link to you as well. It's going to be going live. Seven am on July fourteenth, which is tomorrow. It's so exciting. It's also my dad's birthday by the way, so it's kind of a special day. I'll be with him all day tomorrow. Go to Amazon, DOT, com or Amazon DOT CA. We'll make sure we put a link on that events page so that you can see. AL also have that on my personal page. Okay tomorrow is t. a. m., a. r., then Medford Any D. F. O. R. D. SA-. Best Place is facebook if I'm not on Facebook, are you going to have it at your website? Yes I will add it to my website for sure, so you can get the details. I'll put the links on the website at that is going to be www dot. The road to health dot me. Okay in an. Guys? All these links in the show now, so look at the bottom of the show notes here in. We will make sure that all those. Two different ways of getting a hold of Tamar because the road to hell is also a way. You can work with Tamar Story. To you and and you resonate with her WanNa work with her. Please make sure you go to the road to health yet with her. Get connected because this is what she's passionate about doing helping. Let's the change that mindset. Let's shift less make some small simple chefs that we can do every single day to make huge impacts in our overall life Tamar. Is there anything that you really feel on your heart that you want to share out first of all? Before because I'm GONNA. Give you the last word I. Want to congratulate you on your book. Thank you for being vulnerable. Thank you for being open. I know it wasn't easy, and your book is going to be awesome, and it's going to touch so many lives so congratulations on that. Thank you and I just want to say to anybody that's out there struggling and they really don't think they can change their lives. It really is possible and I think you and I are. Amazing examples of that and there's so many people I know in my life now that you would have never guessed that they struggled with the issues. They did and don't be afraid to talk about it. Because when you share your story, you never know who you're.

Facebook Tamar Medford Tamar Tamar Story Amazon AL F. O. R. D. SA
"medford" Discussed on The Toxin Terminator

The Toxin Terminator

07:53 min | 1 year ago

"medford" Discussed on The Toxin Terminator

"Please welcome your host the toxin. Terminator Herself Amy Carlson. Welcome back to the show. I'm so glad you guys are all here today with me I have got my good friend Tamar Med verge. She is a personal life coach. She is fellow podcast host of the road to hell. She is a champion for those who are suffering from addiction and boy. Are we GONNA get into that one? She had her own twenty year battle with addiction and obesity, and in two thousand twelve. She went into recovery now. She is super passionate is her Kirpa says her her reason for being here. The she was created is to empower others to believe in their positive transformation and I believe that that's why. Why God on how to go through what she did, she wrote a book. It is called. Hope elevated how to accept your past gain clarity and develop a healthy mindset. We're talk more about that today. We're to learn what is addiction were talk about the different types of the diction that are out there? We are going to get into how being an addict as acts actually a blessing in our lives. We're GONNA. Talk about what it was like what happened and what? It's like now and tell you how to be part of the book launch for a hope elevated tomorrow. Thanks for coming on the show. Thank you for having me. So excited to have you here. This is a side. I know your the gas that aside that most people don't know about the toxin, Terminator. Aside I don't have out there in the public persona, so we're GONNA. GET PRETTY RAW, vulnerable I think for you as well is this? You wrote the book honey you're GONNA be. Loud and clear that. Yes. Very. Scary, but very healing experience I think it was something that needed to be done, and I think know too often. We don't think about our past experiences as being a gift in the future so absolutely and you know we know being where we're at that. You know people need to hear. They need to hear. From from US and what we've been through, so talk to me about you know I don't want to dive into all the nitty gritty about you know. Everybody kind of knows what? What? Addiction is like the really horrific side of it that let's talk about how do. We become addicts. You know there's there's I think there's a lot a lot of fallacy behind the high neck. I truly believe that we're born with addictive jeans. It runs in my family. My parents are not affected by it, but for myself personally I had a really fantastic upbringing. You know loving family. We did move around a lot so I think that contributed to my self esteem issues a little bit, but there was nothing that triggered me to become an addict and I know a lot of people have this belief that you have to have a horrific upbringing. Upbringing although that's the reality with a lot of people in addiction, that's the common story there I'm finding out more and more now that it's just people that when they have a drink, or they ingest a substance, or they eat certain types of food. They react differently than other people do, and that's something. I have to get through my head because I really just thought. I was a heavy drinker with a drug problem occasionally, which lasted for years, but I really had this belief. Right I mean I had this belief that it was like okay well. I have a marriage because that's what society tells me I have to do I have a vehicle. I bought a Condo. There's no way I'm an addict. You know I should be homeless and I think that's important thing to note it's. It's what happens to you when you I, think exert a certain type of behavior or you an just some sort of substance, and there's many different types obviously of addiction. And for? For me, there was always somebody worse off right. There I think we justify it in our mind. Because well, I don't drink. Upon Waking I. Don't drink all day long. I'm I'm a heavy social drinker like I only drink when I go out to party. You know well we all the time. You know there's always that justification, but I believe what you said that there is a chemical in our brain that slips. You know it's like a light switch that flips on and we don't have that ability to say no. You know into into rationalize with it, but I think it's important to understand that that this comes in all shapes and sizes, and all economic backgrounds in an all you know, it's not just you know for the down, trodden and homeless or anything like that. It's all of us right. Absolutely and I mean I've met people now in recovery that they were weekend drinkers, but the same thing they would start drinking and they couldn't stop and people are like well. Why don't you just stop? Why don't you just stop it to? And it still baffles me. I'll go with friends that are just regular social drinkers, and they have a glass of wine, and they leave just a little bit at the bottom of the glass and I'm Mike are. You GonNa Finish that like such a waste of what I would do that and they're like well. I've got this kind of buzzed. Little feeling and I. Don't like it, but for me. It made everything go from black and white to color. Well and then another thing I was thinking of I. Want You know your audience as wondering? Hey, this is the talks and terminator. Why are we talking about addiction and you know I? Believe addiction is a toxin is anything that's going to cause harm to our body and addiction certainly is that one of the things that always made sense to me is rather than looking at how much do I drink or do drugs, or you know shop, or go gamble or eat or exercise you to? The list goes on I believe once you're an adult. You can take it into all shapes and sizes in for me. a lot of that early on in life was men. I got you know. Whatever you know, I was getting I was getting. You know from them, but it's. How do you feel what's happening to you? Are you happy? You know with your behaviors and attitudes when you know that was a like a vicious cycle for me. How about you? Because I? I would do stuff under the influence that I would never deal never in my right mind, would I have ever made those choices? And then they meet feel even worse about myself and was like this vicious cycle. How about you? It was the same thing and I think that's part of why I wrote the book because I mean as I was writing, there was stuff that I literally had forgotten about and pushed out of my brain, because for some reason I didn't want to acknowledge it, and I dealt with it right. I'm so grateful for my counselor today, but like you said it comes in so many different forms, and for me. Sugar was one of those things to right. Yeah, and when we put down one addiction, we go to another even in sobriety right away I had. Had Gone I got obsessed with working out. I did hundred percent all in I was gonNA chicken and Broccoli and rice every single day for a year, and I achieved my goal, and that felt really good, but my mental state wasn't right because I was looking at everything all wrong..

Amy Carlson obesity US Kirpa Sugar Mike
Massachusetts Enters Phase 3 Of Coronavirus Reopening Plan Today, Boston To Enter Phase 3 Next Monday

Nightside with Dan Rea

00:49 sec | 1 year ago

Massachusetts Enters Phase 3 Of Coronavirus Reopening Plan Today, Boston To Enter Phase 3 Next Monday

"Re opening happens next Monday. The rest of the state entered Phase three. Today. Ray from Somerville is glad to be able to step foot in a gym once again, or at least the gym in Massachusetts. He's been crossing state lines to work out. It was good. I've been going I've actually been on a New Hampshire far The last two weeks driving up in the morning. So, uh, I was working out of there. Even though I lived down here. He says it wasn't busy here at crunch fitness and Medford, adding, people were being safe. Something Stephanie plans to be that, you know, Make sure you watch my hands. A lot of just feels good. Tio put my energy you know. Back into something. Jim's must operate at 40% maximum capacity with equipment spaced out to encourage social distancing face mass are also mandatory in Medford, James RoHaas W. B Z, Boston's NewsRadio, Lovano, three.

Somerville Medford New Hampshire Stephanie Lovano Massachusetts James Rohaas RAY JIM Boston
MLB commissioner Rob Manfred says he's '100 percent' sure there will be a baseball season in 2020

Wisconsin's Morning News with Gene Mueller

00:54 sec | 1 year ago

MLB commissioner Rob Manfred says he's '100 percent' sure there will be a baseball season in 2020

"As for a return to the baseball field MLB commissioner rob Manfred was asked last night by ESPN's Karl ravage the million dollar question that's on everybody's mind the percentage of a chance we're playing Major League Baseball this year one hundred percent it's really good news for baseball fans here still it's difficult to comprehend how negotiations even got to this point Medford says it all goes back to the agreement the owners and players made back in March the March twenty six the green it was premised on the belief mutual belief that we were going to be in a position where we would be playing baseball games in full stadiums and I think that we find ourselves in a situation where we're gonna be playing largely without fans if not exclusively without fans and then altered the economic landscape in really required another negotiation the commissioner added that the owners do plan to counter the player's latest proposal in the

Espn Medford Commissioner MLB Rob Manfred Major League Baseball
Boston - GreenLight Biosciences raises $17M to ramp mRNA production

WBZ Midday News

00:37 sec | 1 year ago

Boston - GreenLight Biosciences raises $17M to ramp mRNA production

"A biotech company in Medford that specializes in RNA based products for the agriculture and pharmaceutical industries is shifting its focus toward the effort to develop and manufacture an effective vaccine for covert nineteen greenlight biosciences announced this week that it raised seventeen million dollars to build out its messenger RNA production capabilities with the goal of eventually being able to facilitate the manufacturing of billions of doses of Culver nineteen vaccine using the company's proprietary bioprocessing technology the company does caution though there are very early days of this and the approach is still new for vaccine development and that developing a safe and effective vaccine could take up to a year and a

Medford Culver
"medford" Discussed on My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

09:48 min | 1 year ago

"medford" Discussed on My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

"Thing to stop the Chicago fire. Which was they thought. You know sometimes. In a wildfire happens the firemen and they start a fire and back burn so that when the wildfire hits there's nothing to burn and it just goes out. They thought they were going to do that in Chicago by blowing up building so they went into just started blowing shit up. It'd be like okay. This can't catch on fire. We'll of course then it's rubble and then all the woods exposed and it was like tinder. It just created set. It was like pre setting your campfire logs up and a little triangle and it was it of course did not work at all. It made it worse and there was. They used gunpowder. So there's there's a stiff wind and fire storm and then you know what we're gonNA blow gun powder into the guys five six seven eight holy crap. Yeah so daryl comes back to Boston. He makes a report about everything that he learned about the Chicago Fire. He puts pressure to get a new firehouse built in the new downtown area. That was that was one that was just being built and getting popular and to make more water available down there and he also tried to get a building code instated to stop those mansard roofs from being used on new buildings like us. Don't need it it's not. It doesn't even look that good also. Let's not blow up buildings Deanna case of a fire in the future and he is told. Look I wrote it right there to mind his own business and to stop exaggerating the needs of his department. You're being hysterical. So so in October of Eighteen. Seventy two there were. This is also one of those things where the combination of all these horrible things that happened. There's a horse flu. That comes down through New England from Canada and all these cooking horses get super sick. Debilitates the entire fire departments horses. They're specially trained and extremely strong horses that can pull those insanely heavy steam engines that they pull from fire to fire while those horses are like. Oh you get word. Che's you so Darryl when that starts he's like fuck. No okay we have to fire. I mean higher five hundred extra men. 'cause we got to go back to the days of pulling our own steam engines around because we don't have any who is all. The horses are up in bed. They got better. They got better by the way at first. I thought they all died. And I'm like now I have to fuck until everybody. All the horses died. That's not going to go over well. But they didn't oh good. They got better after when no one needed them. Okay so on November Ninth. Eighteen seventy two seven. Pm We're on the corner of Kingston and Summer Street and it is a building. It's a it's a commercial storehouse so There's a book called the story of the Great Boston. Fire by a man named Charles Coffin and it was written. He was actually a witness. He was there that day and he describes the contents of the building. He says there's bales of Hay and boxes of dry goods in the basement and on the first floor. Now Yeah is second and third floor are stores of paper and Muslin Cheese verster anniversary. That's what the story was the name of the store paper and matches and such On the third and fourth sorry on the fourth and fifth a room full of hosiery gloves tape Muslin thread and trimmings shreds of materials for making skirts and corsets so he quotas tinder above tinder below. Which is what everyone's GonNa do tonight after the show seem although fuck us so it truly is just like a fire waiting to happen. There's a spark in the basement at seven PM. The fire starts down there. It all goes bales a dry. You can find so the fire starts down there. No one notices because it's seven o'clock at night and it's the weekend and so it's going and it's raging out of control and the elevator shaft is made of wood so what they also don't know as as that fire starts going it also goes up straight up the center of the building simultaneous. It's like we can do it so the only time anyone notices this fire is in the basement building is when all of the windows of the basement blowout they and that's when people are like what's this we see hear and smell and so people start running up and down the street yelling fire now at the time. They did have fire boxes on the street. There's a lot of people don't know about this. And because my dad is was a San Francisco firemen for about forty years. That's right he's an American hero. He I've known about this since I was a but you don't really notice them until you start looking for them. There are little. They're like free standing little boxes on the street. They kind of blend in with like a lamppost or whatever but they just say fire on them and you can walk up an open and pull it in a fire truck will come to that Bach. They should tell us about those. I feel I feel like they don't want people pulling a box. But what if there's a way and I don't know those exists and I can't get my phone calls. I can't get my phone to recognize my face. Turn on an ambulance. It's me this mask on you. Can't you just refuse to take your mouse go. They'll do me like my dad would tell me or I would tell him. Stories like my friends got stuck in and they were in this neighborhood and they didn't pull a box. That was my dad's solution everything. That'd be a fire truck there in two minutes a little. Now I know and now. We're all going to pull on box if you need to while. We're waiting for to tell them. Tell them Jimmy told you to do it and then I'll give you a phone number later box little box gym. But he's also say that too and like he he would hear stories of people getting lost in bad neighborhoods or whatever job. You gotTa pull a box. I'm doing it do it But then you do have to deal with the firemen who show up and you're just standing there with a smile run trick. That's the one part you didn't think of this is not for prank. Also of course. Please clean your lent traps if you don't know already we're coming up into the holiday season water that motherfucking Christmas tree and do not leave the lights on at night. No needs to look at that Shit. They're sleeping people who leave their lights on all night there. Are there late slates? No no no the Christmas lights on the Christmas tree that light the Christmas tree on fire that then light the curtains on fire. And then your house is on fire. A solution be Jewish. Jewish speed. You won't you please be Jewish this Christmas season. Think of others so fish Christian assholes no we let the minority burnout. Oh yeah you guys like to put actual flame right near front window? Real puck in play. You're only use them. Why it's okay so it's seven o'clock when this fire starts in the basement tech great. Oh that's what I was talking about so back then. Only cops could pull a box. My favorite phrase. Now there is a lie they had to have a little key so the beat cop that had the key to that fire box had already passed and was out of the like out of earshot. I guess so everybody's running up and down the street screaming fire but that doesn't matter until somebody actually pulls the alarm so it takes about forty five minutes for the fire departments to actually get there. That's too long because once they get the alarm. It's way too long. Once they get the alarm they have to start pulling their steam engines themselves. Remember the horse. horses are in bed with thermometers in their mouths with the thing on their bullhead horseheads just watching soap operas so it was but of course. Daniel had had hired all those extra dudes so at least they had people also Coffin the man who wrote that book said also little boys would run in and help them and pull this team here to me. You know all the eight year olds can come in and try to do. Something probably had jobs. Yes they're really. They threw down their cigars. Ran Over. Thank.

Chicago Boston Charles Coffin New England San Francisco Deanna daryl Kingston Canada Che Daniel Bach Jimmy Darryl
"medford" Discussed on My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

10:32 min | 1 year ago

"medford" Discussed on My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

"Just airdrop it to me. So then on September thirteenth police get information about a dude and along with that dude photo and they're like Oh shit. This guy looks just like the composite sketch. His name is James Cater. He is a thirty two year old. Dude he's a donut maker from Brockton Massachusetts. I know you don't want to cheer now because I just ruined it for you but I'm also donuts. So this fucking absolute piece of Shit. He had ones attacked a sixty three year. Old Woman while she was at a cemetery at her fucking dead husband's grave morning. Come out with a chair leg. But she escaped the phone just the leg or a whole charity only beater with the leg. Joan. I don't know okay so I pictured breaking that would make more sense and then but how far did he moved with the chair? Paul I WANNA know. Yeah not important then. This is important a decade before Mary Lou. Abduction in nineteen sixty eight cater had pled guilty to assault with intent to rape assault and battery with a dangerous weapon and kidnapping when he had abducted a thirteen year. Old Andover girl who had run off the road while she was on her bicycle after and then he forced her into his car drove about thirty minutes out of town into a wooded area he heat she had fought him off and run but he caught up with her and then he had tighter to a tree where he had strangled her until she lost consciousness but when she woke up he was gone and she got free and escaped he. Yeah he had served a prison sentence for this. He pled guilty fucking totally did that. He he served a prison tensions but was of course. I don't know how long he served wait. I could probably put math in my brain do it. Just we'll give you thirty seconds for a quick man. I need six years. He's ever to prison sentence but was released. Four years of ahead of schedule. So you got. Here's the thing when prisons are full. Get those people who attacked children out. I yeah that's important. There's so many people who had a miniscule amount of pot on them just need lease Kiem in Miami caller please but yeah white white dudes that fucking tried to rape children right. That's so none of that should have been sarcastic. Sorry the bar okay. So he so. He was released ahead of schedule. It's terrible and and in nineteen seventy six. He started hanging around the bridgewater area because he was going to therapy where the hospital is. Yeah it's the director of the bridge muscle. Everybody great we love your facility here. Great really creepy stories coming out of their income. Which I guess is near this place so two years fucking later. Mary Lou Disappears well riding her bike home. Yeah guess that motherfucking therapy didn't work the day after Mary Lou disappeared. This fucking dude. James Cater had gotten married to an eighteen year old. So he was. I know he was thirty two. He married an eighteen year old and I had to check if either she was an an Avon lady or from a place called Avon Massachusetts. You guys have a place called. Avon to do you know that I didn't that. Were they. Invented all the wonderful products. No no I'm not going to get that I'm not gonNA be like from Avon and it's a place it's a blade also just the idea that eighteen year old. Avon lady where she's like. Ganesh it doing it so the day after Mary Lou. The pair and they had gotten they got married then. They left the country on a honeymoon a week later when he returned on September nineteenth. Guess someone was like the police. Totally think it's you. You should go talk to them because he went into the police station with his new eighteen year old. Avon wife and his lawyer and when he walked in to the police station he looks so similar to the composite. Sketch that one of the officers chief Lou. Pachinko said you're not going to believe this but arc posits are composite just walked into the station. Oh Shit like everybody. The guys here is gear. He gave so cater gave permission for police to search his car within a car he had a bright green. Nineteen seventy six Opel with a black racing. Stripe actually have a photo of the car. I think somewhere we can take a look at it. That's Mary Lou. I know that's the car it even says Opel on the side of it. Wow I mean I hate his guts. That's a sweet car. I was gets not the cars fault. No so but bright green with black is a little Frankenstein for me. Maybe all nice rest orange I K. I'm we'll talk about it later. Sorry we'll talk about later. Your Business Thank you. That's awesome. Thank you Steven to as well. The right front tire had excessive wear just like in the photos of the car that tire at the scene inside the car. They found wedding gifts but also two cartons of cigarettes. Hey guess what kind. And two pairs of dark rimmed glasses in the glove compartment. He went there with everything that they knew about him. Yeah Jesus craze in the trunk. They also found the boss of copies of the Boston Globe and the Boston Herald. Newspapers both open to articles about the disappearance of Mary. Lou just confess yeah. Yeah it's like. He was basically confessing with things opposed to words. I mean this dude. And you'll see he's truly the biggest shift in the fucking world also is alibi for the day was total bullshit of course but he denies any involvement and he but okay. You can turn that off. Thank you WanNa see a picture of him. Yes he sucks. We have a photo of him in. My mind was picturing more of Jim. Croce type which I know is a deep cut down on who that is. Geez up arena. It's a seven these thing you understand. That looks like Paul Sorvino at a bad wig. Still don't know yeah come on near. Servino yes really. Yeah Oh yeah. He was actually one of the original detectives on the first law and orders like the first couple of seasons on order all right way back when cut rate Cairns new podcast. Thank you where I just list names of people. No one knows. We'll call it the loneliest girl in the world. Okay thank you can take that down. Because he's all right so sadly than sorry that fucking guy had an eighteen year old wife out a hate things I do to. This is the Bug Assets. Basically called him. You know very sadly nine weeks after abduction on November Eleventh Nineteen Seventy Mary. Lou's body was discovered in the Freetown. Freetown Fall River state forest frighten fall. Her body was discovered by a couple boys who are out fucking dirt bike racing. I know in the probably never went dirt bike racing again. She was fully clothed and had been tied to a tree while standing up. That's right exactly the way. He has other victim. And the cause of death was ruled by the medical examiner's strangulation by Ligature Or positional expiation. Meaning that he had tied her to a tree including her neck and when she had passed out she had choked to death because of the weight. It's fucking awful. So and it was determined that she had died the same day. She went missing at the trial. The fuckers arrested and taken to trial at the trial. James Cater testifies on his own behalf. He acknowledges his guilt in the incident of nineteen sixty eight. That is call us one. He stated he was rebuilding his life since the released from prison in January. Nineteen seventy six so it wasn't him and FBI expert William of Baden. Who would later testify about the shoeprint at o? J. Simpson's trial a wo was an expert witness about tire tracks. Found on Dean Street in Raynham in this trial. There's like all these expert witnesses and all the like all these fucking people come in. And it's just insane on in in June of Nineteen seventy-nine Jane's caters convicted of first degree murder and sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole but wait a Supreme Court Judicial Court overturned that conviction in nineteen seventy nine and the following one. They also fucking overturned in. Nineteen eighty-five has other first degree conviction. Because testimony so they fucking gotten all this I witness testimony saying that they had seen.

Mary Lou James Cater Opel Paul Sorvino Avon Brockton Massachusetts rape Joan Andover bridgewater Freetown Fall River FBI Boston Herald director Freetown assault Raynham
"medford" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"medford" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"F. N. H. D. to Medford and I heart radio station mostly clear in Boston at seven o'clock good evening to you M. TV gal here's what's happening an explosion in Norton leaves one person dead more details from WBZ's Kevin Coleman it was shortly after midnight when Norton police and fire departments responded to a report of an explosion at an apartment building a virgin see crews believe a meth lab because the explosion and the resident in the apartment fled the scene a short time after Attleboro police responded to a nine one one call about a male who needed medical attention the investigation revealed that this was the resident police were looking for and he was transported to sturdy hospital where he was later pronounced dead all residents in that apartment building were safely evacuated and the identity of the victim will not be released at this time Kevin Coleman WBZ Boston news radio the Holy Cross director of rowing Patrick Diggins has announced his retirement after thirty four years he's in nineteen eighty six Holy Cross graduate and joining the rowing staff as an assistant that year and in nineteen eighty seven he was promoted to head coach of the women's program he added the title of program director in two thousand two the announcement of Dickens retirement comes a little more than a month after the tragic accident in vero beach Florida that killed Holy Cross sophomore rower grace read of Uxbridge Dickens was driving a team van that collided with a pickup truck and five other rowers were injured in that crash in Florida some changes on the way for Massachusetts drivers one new law goes into effect this weekend while another is up for debate on Beacon Hill tomorrow is the day the hands free law kicks in.

Florida Massachusetts vero beach Florida rowing Holy Cross Attleboro M. TV F. N. H. Beacon Hill Medford Uxbridge Dickens program director Patrick Diggins director Norton Kevin Coleman Boston
"medford" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:38 min | 1 year ago

"medford" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"In bound at a standstill from Carter street into the city lower deck is tied up from Medford to this they can bridge David struck Felino WBZ traffic on the three we check the four day WBZ accu weather forecast now here's meteorologist team before all right Jeff for watching and that little last bits rain and drizzle I think to move through most areas and they they may sprinkle today but drier air is going to push in here as we go through the day and I could even see the sun trying to pick out a little bit this afternoon but it's going to be chilly temperatures up in the lower forties verses the upper forties yesterday and then tonight will slide back down to the near freezing the Costa well below freezing inland areas this is a mix of snow sleet and rain arrives late tonight probably in the city in northern suburbs maybe closer to daybreak we're gonna add start out slushy and slippery tomorrow coating to an inch or two especially the answer to most likely in some of the northern and western suburbs and then it goes over to rain and that rain continues through the day tomorrow gets heavy tomorrow night into Friday you could have some flooding the rain ends Friday morning we starts falling to temperatures from the forties into the thirties during the day Friday and then it looks dry and cold now for the week and we had a thought of the storm but it's looking less likely with that's good news right I'm like you with your all Justina for WBZ bosses newsradio couple of breaks every now and then of sunshine here in Boston otherwise it's mostly cloudy and we're not going on forty degrees but stock at thirty nine here in the city it is nine twenty five in less than five minutes to go until the opening bell on wallstreet and it looks like the market is making a run we turn into WBZ financial editor Dave Caruso now from coastal capital group in Danvers he joins us now Dave we're looking good just ahead of the open yeah no two ways about it to us you know we said the three days of gains which is certainly help had a nice rally yesterday that yeah between one point four and a two point one percent of those are some good numbers and guess what I think we're going back to record highs again as we look at the Dow futures now looks can be somewhere between two fifty and three hundred so we're movin UP the coronavirus concerns seem to be easing a little bit we're getting a little bit of clarity on the I would democratic polls we've got we've heard from the president in terms of the economics yesterday but again looking at the economy today mostly good ATP report private sector jobs largest in four years two hundred ninety one thousand of anybody's counting US trade deficit in line forty eight point nine billion up twelve percent and the first fall in six years so that's some good news and the I. S. M. a service sector that's coming out of ten o'clock today so we'll see what happens there as well as a lot of interest in stocks this morning some concern though at least looking at the headlines we know Macy's.

Medford
"medford" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

04:57 min | 1 year ago

"medford" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Story and I'm sticking to it if if you think I'm wrong in this let me know driving to work today and I'm about to turn into our parking lot here in Medford beautiful day I mean I stay for November not beautiful but a nice day for November so as I'm approaching the entrance there's a young guy I'm walking in the direction that I'm going and he's going to walk across the interest the parking lot in a I'm in a crosswalk never looked one way the other just you know kind of ambling along no problem wasn't wasn't moving quickly or anything so course needless to say I saw him and he proceeded to the crosswalk and once he had cleared most of the cross walk I turned in this traffic coming down from behind me but you know by making sure that I'm not gonna get rear ended so I just thought to myself he was one of the eight to one of my kids have a couple of millennials one thirty two one twenty eight and I just thought to myself you know it looks like a pretty nice kid dressed fairly well I roll down the window you know hit the the automatic what's with the down and I said to him you know you should always look when you step in a crosswalk and he kind of looked at me turn that because the tension and his reaction was well you know you're in a car you got breaks which is true but it's kind of irrelevant to the point I was trying to make the point I was trying to make was that there are people who occasionally don't look there are people who occasionally actually lose control of their car it seems like every day wear hearing some story about someone who drove their cars to the to the CBS with a local over local store and I could tell that he didn't want to hear it and I said look I said I'm trying to give you some advice the same advice I don't think I said this to but in my own mind I was thinking this the same advice his mom and dad probably gave him when he was younger look both ways yeah gotta look both ways you can't assume that the person who's driving the car who can really hurt you badly might not be paying attention simple as that I look both ways on but I've seen it appears to me more and more people who when they are either pedestrians were primarily pedestrians if they in the crosswalk they are convinced they are invulnerable now technically they're right there in the crosswalk they have the right of way no question about it but if you step into the crosswalk and you fail to look and in this case this this cars come in all this because coming in at least give a quick peek because there will be some day when someone is not going to pay attention and they are going to be fiddling with the radio they're going to be they'll go to the phone the phone will ring and you'll be in the crosswalk you will be in the right you you you did the right thing here in the crosswalk but you're really badly hurt in your writhing in pain this kid today this young guy my sense was he's looking at me as a boomer and they can you know Hey this move this guy doesn't get it I'm in the crosswalk that's what he thought so my question is do you think that obviously this kid didn't appreciate the advice all right no problem no problem and I hope that maybe tonight he thinks about it and he will be a little bit more attentive but do you find that with pedestrians that there are people who now who feel I'm in the crosswalk therefore I'm invulnerable you were in the crosswalk but you were not invulnerable and you'll do all of us a favor I don't want anyone becoming a hood ornament on my car and I also think again there it is it is just fundamental fundamental protect yourself protect yourself here's the number if you think I am a boomer fuddy Duddy that's fine if you're a millennial and you feel that long as you got the ear buds in and you walk in straight ahead and you're in the crosswalk no problem explain that to me six one seven two five four ten thirty triple eight nine two nine ten thirty let's get it going right after this.

Medford
"medford" Discussed on The Knife Junkie Podcast

The Knife Junkie Podcast

11:29 min | 1 year ago

"medford" Discussed on The Knife Junkie Podcast

"I stopped serving is a month ago and occasionally. If the right to people are sick you could walk in the factory and see me out sharp knives because it's one of the high skill set tonight at relations man. I actually love seeing people grow and I love seeing people rise up and I love training guys and I love seeing people get their craftsmanship wings and seeing you know men and women and fall into a craft where they become an expert and so that to me is really exciting end result is they make knives now in my shop that are better than I make them uh-huh and and guys who say oh. I make knives better than you know bullshit. You can't grind twenty nine at the beginning of each month and be as good as the guy who grant twenty-ninth yesterday impossible so I smashed together Henry Ford's production model and Steve Jobs in this model high-tech an old tech in into this older will heart good business of knife making and that's kind of how how I roll so during during the period of time where you were earning your bones and grinding knife after knife after knife kind of as a means to an end did you at any point fall in love love with the process from an artistic perspective did were you surprised by an attachment or anything that to the process you know. I've heard there from psychologists. There are two kinds of people in the world folks who carry their baggage folks who leave baggage behind and move on in life and I believe baggage behind guy as soon as I'm done with something done with it move right onto the next thing so for me. I was never a knife collector on to user so for me. I like making tools rules and each time I finished when I go to the next one better and then move on you have to have ambition intelligence heard working spirit a huge stomach for risk and tolerance of risk and a little bit arrogance to make disolve work. You know I always ask people. What's your ambition. Do you have a risk tolerance. How are you willing to work. How Comfortable Are Oh. You are with think he can do better than somebody else. People are all like humble about it. I go. Hey listen yet the wrong attitude. It's self-employment think's gobble you up. You've got to feel like you can kind of do better than everybody. It's like fighter pilots. You never ask a fighter pilot. If you've talked to a fighter pilot may say anything in a the the room or why the hell would you do it. You feel like outlet. I'm good enough that means half the guys run probably kill me so fucking mediocre fighter by w things like that so it's the same thing with this ought to eat for me anyway. Mike look if I'm GONNA do this. I don't want to bench may does bench made already doesn't do well. They want to do something different. I want to make what I like and all they cared about was cool like is this cool. Do I digging. I it sounds it's kind of weird like maybe it's a low bar. This few cool in my hand. Does it look cool. My pocket doesn't work in a cool way is cool or is Dorky like I kind of keep it simple. Well obviously built into your cool is functionality. You're not you're not just looking at it. Is it all Ninja cool. You're obviously part of your. You're cool is utilitarian. Yeah Yeah Yeah like if it's cool. Booking doesn't work. It's a poser and that's phony so I see in the end up telling you man. I'll tell you this. Here's my critique on the night business right now. There are a ton of young guys designing knives in solid works. Were really good. Drawing digitally who night companies are putting their stuff into production that haven't actually felt it in their hands and I picked these up. They're sophisticated. They have wonderful parts in wonderful machine great work done to them and they're awful knots and I just shake my head. I you hello if this company and hired me to come in. I could actually make their company cool because right now they make easy. Rtd these really intricate looking knife with all. This stuff doesn't always work and they're Nice end and I just go why. Why would you make these nuts. It's cracks me up yeah. It's it's when you think of the idea of art knife. It's it's kind of funny if you're looking at the knife is a tool. It's like what what an art hammer or as God got. I'm GonNa make an art gun yeah so I remember also wants enemy to dig up old stuff but you mentioned once that you weren't fond of flippers and now you've got got some pretty damn sweet flippers. What's up with that. Will you know there's times in our lives would wear acting younger and and there's times in our lives warmer acting older and one of the traits of the old is you become intransigent inflexible noncompliant a you think forward and I've had periods where maybe somebody's made a false claim against me and I've had defend myself in court bad mood for a couple of months. I I'm usually pretty upbeat guy because you gotta be beater being self employed. Doodo grind your soul up in so what happened with the flipper. Thing was the flipper concept in and of itself. I'm fine with now. I talked combat. It's for years not pretty good in the fight night. Barehanded couple of is on pretty competent and capable and you know. I love doing that kind of stuff. Would I never never found to be important was having your knife out really really fast. I've found that most people in a hurry getting their knife out when I trained beds for years the number one thing they did is dropped author knife or cut themselves with it so I was a big fan when I talk combat as if getting your knife out slowly mindfully and seeing a fight happened before you need your knife doc hurry it's too late plus there was never a knife fight at the OK corral this isn't it be quick drawing night world and interesting so after started carrying knives more. I kind of fell in love with flippers and I like him and I think they're really cool. Here's what I like about them. No Oh extra mechanism required to have night almost employs automatic. No nothing did open one handed scrape. Here's why why it got a little negative on them. The the narrow group of I call I don't speak very nicely about the but the guys were really nuanced announced collectors of flippers kind of any clinic pull my flipper up carrying my pocket. Oh actually it's not a flipper. It's an auto so they WANNA see them. They WANNA hang the blatancy pendulum naturally like it's zero resistance blame. That's the that's the dumbest guy that's that's the dumb thing you could ask the night. That's the dumbest thing ever. It's like I want to hammer on my gun. That just goes off released at least the dumbest thing ever but the guys are very very finicky especially the L. A. New York collector crowd that takes their night than slides lights into a foam pocket nuts. There sits a full pocket in in a in a carrying case yeah so I I was really very very very pejorative. Negative feeling connotation round flippers because of those guys getting on with my new handmade knives that required some break in the really critical of me and I was a little you know I was coming to terms with social media. I was coming to terms with the fact that half of the Internet is a giant speaker and and I was in on it. Just wasn't real smooth with it at the time so you mentioned you. The idea of opening up a knife mindfully mindfully is more important and I think that that's still translates and is still important. There's there is something to be said for fidgeting. If you'RE GONNA fidget fidget with a knife I mean that's that's what I say but just Taurean and and the way it's that beautiful awful sort of shallow fuller on the side that you used to open the blade than you know until until one gets used to that it is a more deliberate Britt action. It is less fidgety and that seems to be a direct illustration of what you're talking about. Well this so so this. This interviews get a cough. I'm going to be pretty rod straightforward. I don't filter myself to come off well. Shit fidgeting to me is a sign of weakness so oh I'm not into fidgeting. I'm not into people making excuses before they do something like Oh. I've done this forever so forgive me if I suck. I'm like hey man shut up. I'm like Whoa hold on a second. Do you know your dad is. I like to pause guys. Well wait a minute so people chewing on fingernails or fidgeting around its weakness so I am no room for that and I don't accommodate. I think everything amid does should be purposeful missile so I just don't have time for `Voliti. I was just sitting down reading Ron Chernow's book on Washington and he's one of my favorite heroes and Areso person a real hero worthy of every bit of it on reading about his childhood right now and his upbringing his thoughts on fidgeting and they're very similar mine aw and I think it's fascinating but yet just not a fidget her so I like stuff to be intentional like people to be purposeful. When I was teaching guys how to fly. I never wanted I did I was always nervous about guys when started training them who put their hands up before thinking onto an instrument panel and I was hanging all that second. Stop stop touching stuff. You know look not what you want emporium purposefully like if I say hey man you're you don't have your your altimeters not set to the correct burridge pressure and they start putting their hands up on check. What are you doing since one button. You need to touch right now. You see where it is. Don't put your hand on. Don't touch anything else you zero point. Don't don't mess with Zo. Stakes are high stakes a little bit higher there but I had this this economy of motion and I talked this combat's when I was teaching fighting and self defense as well. Don't do anything extra. Stop Quieter. Everything down very little is actually required. If you do the right thing I I just wanted to get into one other thing and that's politics and the knife world. It seems like a pretty decent decent decent community so what are your impressions of the knife world these days well listen. You know the the generation generation. Z. is coming and they're a skinny Jean wherein hip shoe Erin minimalist crowd because they don't have much money yet. They're getting into the community. Mutiti and I don't disparage them. I kinda get where they're coming from. You know my mom's generation the baby boomers they were collecting shit and I think it was because of that World War Two rationing. That happened spooked everybody like hey. It's this whole world. GonNa work..

Henry Ford Steve Jobs cough self employed Mike Ron Chernow Mutiti Jean L. A. New York Washington burridge Taurean Britt Areso
"medford" Discussed on The Knife Junkie Podcast

The Knife Junkie Podcast

06:22 min | 1 year ago

"medford" Discussed on The Knife Junkie Podcast

"I've kind of mashed together this company that's built the principal core of it is hand making handwriting hand fabrication and that's all complemented with a with a layer of technology and CNC and that's the opposite of what most companies are so. It's a unique place in in the market or are the way we make welcome to the knife Junkie podcast. You're weekly of knife news. It's an information about knives and knife collecting. Here's your hosts. Jim Person involved the knife junkie DEMARCO hello. Oh night junkies welcome to episode number forty six of the knife Chunky podcast. I'm Jim Person and I'm Bob the knife Junkie DEMARCO. Welcome to the show. Welcome to another episode where we're GonNa talk about knife stuff and hear an interview with the custom knife maker will get to that in just a second but new knife for you this week Bob or or not were sort of a new knife. Well yeah sort of a new knife this week recently my brother was here visiting and I had gotten the Bark River knives made blackjack version of the Randall model one okay. It's a beautiful sort of traditional world war two era fighting knife and they come with different different shaped handles. This was a a purchase that was This was a knife centre purchase. They sent me an email. Hey look at these knives we found him in the warehouse and we think you know we think think they're the last ones and so wanting one badly wanting a randall badly but definitely not really into buying one right now I jumped on the blackjack with the with a handle that that widens out towards the end and that that'll come up in a second and it's beautiful ivory my car to handles and it's great great blade so it shows up and I'm inspecting it and everything is perfect and then I slide in this gorgeous sheath and then I can't get the retention strap around on the thick but of this handle and ended occurs to me that they they ship this all with the same sheath but with different handles because the other version of this has the stacked leather handles in commando grip. It's what they call it so it swells and then towards the but it comes back in like a waistline so the sheaths are built to accommodate that thin waistline near the butt of the knife so it was really bummed because I love the knife and I love the sheath it just they just don't go together. Well Lo and behold. My brother came to visit and he does a lot of leather stuff. I told him to bring his little case of his travel case of leather tools as what we could do and we were able to move we he was able to move the retention strap from the top of the sheath down towards the the cross guard where it fits and it doesn't have an opportunity to slide out so so just a a word of warning if you're if you're GonNa get this CPM Three v version blackjack Randall model one make sure sure that you're ready to move that sheath dumb move that retention strap down. I love the way you said we and then quickly correct to say he yes well while I was. Perhaps the brains of the operation a whole. That's that's not true. I just get your brother on the body. Yes and we'll talk about that. I said fix please. He's fix all right. I'll fix you dinner or something like that exactly. I'll let you sleep in my house so that was not a new knife but a modification if you will so something there mature also getting cash custom a little bit more to the the E. X. Tijuana the axe or something like that yeah. It's a Tomahawk. I think the I think a Tomahawk is technically like a fighting acts but not meant to split. Would this sucker is so this is the hogue made Alicia wits designed signed e x Dash t o one. It's a it's their Tomahawk and You should look it up. If you're listening you're interested in what I'm talking about. Just check it out. Look it up on hogue dot com and check this out. It is kind of like half knife half Tomahawk half acts. It's got this beautiful sort of four inch which cutting blade I mean the blade is sharp. It's like paper cutting hair shaving sharp and then it's got a handle that feels almost like a sword handle down at the end. It has a a bird's beak that really keeps your your hand in and it's light and thin and if you practice with a knife or a stick you know this this. Tomahawk fits right in with whatever you're doing and you can trap with it and you can thrust with it and you can slash with it. It's marine cool. I'm going to do a video sometime this week on unit for the collection selection but I'll do a little demo of how can be used to okay well. You can look for that. video on the knife chunk is youtube channel at the knife dunk knife junkie dot. com MM slash youtube and speaking of Elisha wits Allen was a guest on last week's podcast episode number forty five haven't caught that yet go to the knife junkie dot com slash slash four five and you can hear that interview and here a little bit more about about that as well another great knife maker coming up on the show today. Who Do we have coming up that you'RE GONNA be talking to today. I'm speaking with Greg Medford of Medford knives some he needs little introduction. He's got a lot of videos on youtube and and his knives are just well at this point. They're ubiquitous in the knife world. Everyone knows them. Not everyone has them. Unfortunately I wish I had one. Don't don't have one yet but I see a Pretoria in in my future I got so Greg's a very interesting guys got incredible background of not only service to the the country in the Marine Corps but also just very interesting hobbies like fighter jet flying and and other things he'll he'll talk hobby yeah very very interesting guy a and and just sort of a force you know he's he's got a real He's got a real a momentum behind him and the way he took on making knives. You'll you'll see. He was very very straightforward very interesting. seems like a great guy. Yeah Greg Medford knives all right. We'll hear from Greg in just a minute but I do want to remind you you that the knife Junkie podcast is brought to you by quickbooks self-employed. It's your year round tanks solution. It's definitely a must have for contractors freelancers anybody anybody who is self-employed and if.

Greg Medford youtube Jim Person principal Bob randall Bark River Pretoria Lo Marine Corps hogue Medford quickbooks Alicia wits Allen four inch
"medford" Discussed on Other People's Shoes

Other People's Shoes

05:58 min | 2 years ago

"medford" Discussed on Other People's Shoes

"All right Max number four here we go ready one thing you love to hear Oh man I hear a lot I know that's what I was saying. You know come off Cliche here. Judge nothing better than the sweet spot would crack over the fence. Are you going. Are you going baseball on me. Oh my gosh but if I'll always be recently since you bring up you'll first base work eric splits. I always crack up when people see we do split. It's Kinda like how's he doing. Splits these two big US up that really makes you laugh and that that's new to me. I think we need to talk to the roads. Maybe about getting Taylor or just in case like on staff or maybe somewhere nearby just in case off chance of chance. We don't WanNa Wardrobe Malfunction. That's all I'm saying like. The news channel said the other day. Apparently I'm wearing in yoga pants or anything necessary precautions priority okay good good. We gotta got that established so that's awesome guys. I just want to say thanks again. I want to give you guys just one last chance to really maybe kind of talked to family or talk to anybody. Want like like just your this is your moment so whatever you want to say. I'm GonNa give you your your moment to say and then I'll kind of wrap things up. How's that sound to you want to go? I think and appreciate everybody disappointed emit for road. Oh this one one two. We Love Fans. We appreciate the support Aja do no matter his here listen to the radio we say every time people come up to talk about the games that they hear them. On the radio I love to jog or so in tuned and focused on Brag really coming out and supporters. I think Oh my fam and like people always think fam- is like bloodline. I see families friends people who sent me out people. There's like just let me on my way through life obviously led to thank God for one for giving me the ability and the talent to be super fast and funny at the same time and that's about it fast and funny Trayvon Dorsey Omar. How about you <hes> I'm GonNa go ahead and just think all the rogue nations just <hes> the supporters supporters of fans the kid just even our interns and our employees on the fuel? I mean during the game but she you know everybody's working doing their par-. In just you know trying to make all the things work and make things happen and we're just very appreciate everything. If was it for you guys obviously there will be a Medford rogues organization but yeah it was my thank you offer all the supporting all encouraging guys do and my family and all my family and my girlfriend miss you. All of y'all gist appreciate all the support report you guys do for me when I'm traveling away from everybody you just <hes> it's really heart warming knowing that you guys are on my side and just love you all into some hope. You're having a good one for me. Definitely I thank God for you know steps leading here here in Medford and <hes> you know thank thankful for my family with all the love and support allow me to be here and chase my dream. You know rogue nation and I'm telling you it's I've played a lot of places for different reasons and you know this. It's it's going to be a tearjerker. You may be leaving this place. I'll tell you what you all are so special to me and you know whether I've had one conversation for one game or I talked to you know some of the fans you know multiple times. I'll never forget a single one of you and you know this is. This is a special place from bomb art. Thank you so much guys again. I just want to say thanks again for coming on giving up your you know your time today to do this so coming up Christmas <music> in July. We're going to have some cool jerseys so those are going to be auctioned off. Are you guys excited about Senior Jersey. Get auctioned off. That's the that's the crazy part about it. I Like I've never experienced. Nothing like this like almost more C._l._A.. or it's like a culture shot that somebody I don't even know me as far as they can. Throw me once my Jersey so much and like most of the time I have conversations with everybody but it was a great feeling this ear- late I don't care how much it went for because there's a good cause just ability not unaffected somebody benefit for some that I did. I just love the feeling that I'm actually out here doing good and helping instead of just being out here just being a body on the field absolutely Omar. How about are you? What are you? What are you feeling like when you're Jersey gets auctioned off always so awesome I mean trayvon was saying you seen earlier? Just like I'm just a just a of the unbelievable encouragement you give kids and even parents were in your Jersey's urge you pretty much like a superhero you know just like how kids and point on a Batman mask or putting on a superman costume or whatever may be. I'm sure feels the same way as for those kids so it's such a blessing and an honor to even be privileged to get our jerseys auction action and Christmas in July Oh boy there's a special treat <hes> knocking to say what it is. There's GonNa be a low <hes> uniform barrier-breaking so we'll see how that goes. I would like to say it could be I never done before I think basically history right could be here. We go all right so so preview for that. So Christmas is in July July twentieth. Come be a part of that access is is also going to be here on hand. <hes> tickets are still available MEDFORD ROGUES DOT com. I invite you and encourage you to go get tickets. You don't WanNa miss this opportunity to see these guys play potentially for the last time in Custom Jersey's actually it is the last time in customer jerseys this season so we want to make sure that you get to be a part of that and guys as we wrap up the show. I just WanNa say thank you thank you again. I know I've said that throughout but but I think it bears repeating that thank you again guys for doing this. <hes> I always like to say when we walk in other people's shoes you..

Trayvon Dorsey Omar Medford baseball Custom Jersey Taylor
"medford" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"medford" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"Or in the Medford studios. Got start with a good one police are searching for a man who was caught on video walking into an aquarium in Toronto. Stripping naked jumping into a large tank and swimming around with more than a dozen sharks. So they must have been well fed sharks. Still if he's still able if he's still walking around Ripley's aquarium of Canada. Can you believe it or not? Toronto Star reports that the man later identified as thirty seven year old David Weaver purchased an aquarium ticket around ten pm. That's your first red flag. Okay. Was she a dream Weaver? Someone over the age of fifteen purchasing an aquarium to get after ten o'clock at night. I say, Nope. Sorry. They shouldn't even have it open that late crazy. Maybe they should give a Breathalyzer test. He disapproved and leapt into the water videos from onlooker showed a number of sharks past the skinny Dipper as he swam around at his own leisure. Sincerety guards were able to eventually convinced him to get out of the water and brought him towels to cover up wonder if it was like a bat or something like that. But I think that's I think a lot of sharks. If they are captured they're not really interested in eating humans because they're really not that interested in eating humans anyway, unless you bother them or they're hungry. How how do you know this have you had a conversation with the sharks? It seems like they're very much interested needing people. I'm a I'm a girl tell it to the guy from revere. I'm a girl who picks up vibes. Okay. So I just pick up energies from certain people and certain animals sharks. Give me the energy that if you mess with them, they will come at you. It's kind of like Donald Trump, if you if you like if you're nice to him, he'll be nice to you. If you're nice to sharks. They won't eat. You Limerick guy says this guy was a real hammerhead? Tennessee man, loses leg after his son ran him over with a lawnmower when he attacked him. What the chainsaw? Never bring a chain saw to.

sharks Medford studios Toronto Toronto Star Donald Trump David Weaver Canada Limerick Tennessee revere Sincerety thirty seven year
"medford" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"medford" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Is futile futile I'll tell you Great, guest pretty opinionated awfully glad that she joined us and hope to have her back before we get on to, our next topic which is believe it or not, the primary elections which are now, what, today's, Thursday, Friday, Saturday Sunday Tuesday. Five days away we're going to try to stir a little excitement about these primary elections, here in Massachusetts on both the democratic and. The Republican side we're going to do. A half time now this is our first halftime on nightside since we have occupied our studios here in Medford and therefore it is particularly appropriate, in my opinion that first half time is about. A Medford event the sixth. Annual Medford strong motorcycle run for the crystal Campbell scholarship fund and joining us, is John. Joyce John Joyce how? Are you tonight you are. A Medford native it's nice to be. In your hometown Yes Dan thanks a lot and. I can tell you it's. Great to be the first I pile of this halftime show you are crystal, Campbell was. Medford native and she? Of course was one of. The three folks tragically taken from us At the marathon bombing the sixth annual mid mid strong motorcycle. Run tell us what. It's all about and how. People can participate in supported in two thousand thirteen we, started the. Method strong motorcycle run this is the sixth annual this year you don't need a. Motorcycle would be proud of this event anybody can show up it's great for the kids there's a lot going on that particular day on Saturday September.

Medford Joyce John Joyce crystal Campbell Massachusetts Campbell John Dan Five days
"medford" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"medford" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Medford school committee meeting a mother tells the panel it cannot restore confidence as long as superintendant roy belsen remains in office he is under fires we've been reporting all day after was just revealed that a loaded gun clip was found in a middle school auditorium way back during the christmas break but it wasn't reported until last week this man also called out medford mayor stephanie burke for not demanding bill since resignation thirty years one manager worked for me he was a good man he worked for me for ten years ten years i was ready to put him in my position that's how good he was he made one mistake he made a staff member feel uncomfortable the next day i immediately asked him for his resignation he was a good day may occur why are you still sitting next to this man the lob more on this meeting throughout the night in the news with don half here on wbz leonard jones again at that bedford school committee meeting and shall have reports throughout the evening bells and by the way for his part does take full responsibility for what happened but he admits he never notified the mayor the deputy superintendent nor the police chief about it and of course given the context of what happened last week in florida uh this is very very sensitive right now in medford all medford schools today were swept out of an abundance of caution they found nothing but again of very very high emotions in bedford ari wbz news time is seven twelve we of traffic and weather together in just a moment but right now let's check in with tom kutty over in the eighth ticket com sports studio still nothing new to report on the status of signed or unsigned red sox free agent jd martinez in fort myers martinez and is aging both in fort myers south looks off their wealth in.

medford ari wbz bedford school don fort myers fort myers martinez jd martinez tom kutty Medford school committee florida superintendent leonard jones bill stephanie burke roy belsen ten years thirty years
"medford" Discussed on Exvangelical

Exvangelical

02:14 min | 4 years ago

"medford" Discussed on Exvangelical

"So so during that so during the time you both worked there at a united methodist church and then also attended and so is that okay nice that's my those are my roots so go you go memphis that got the they've got their problems put out but there are also my roots to yeah and then m and then also uh you went to eventually from there you'd and went to seminary or i'm sorry to uh you get your at masters in the masters in theology yeah yeah and then that that was also at a at a un uh seminary correct yeah we just as me back acted and it was just a closest has the closest schooled is serious i was dating my husband and was back in third him any bear i do all in my life decisions have been totally by accident in not sort of way by up yeah i what did you end now as win mm alike just my perspective on the world release really really really shifted to you know now i have to call me self a liberal christian and it wasn't it wasn't because of an eco theology classes that i took nests particularly um it was because i learned about climate change in capitalism and colonialism um an where is so again i acid only secondclass about climate change and we i had thought of climate change is like okay this is real and probably bad but.

united methodist church memphis climate change
"medford" Discussed on Exvangelical

Exvangelical

02:12 min | 4 years ago

"medford" Discussed on Exvangelical

"Just generally having we're talking about people in their relationships it if they seem to be like sleep it over together this was like a huge the newest for about a year he half the arrests this this that whole expectation an and i definitely added into expectation of we're in a relationship for more than a year you're probably gonna get engaged in married probably going to get it married as soon as you graduated in notre as well you're europe's brooks firm incredibly drop for shoes drive through two remarried onoda come on my care bruce like ours when the marriage numbers started to drop like the campus pastor mike the chapel pastor whatever i don't remember whose title he he was disappointed oh you know uh years so like um but that's but that he you mentioned the sort of point between you and you and your your friend group bike when you actually that's where you began to certain individually and make this sort of position between you and and the the group and it so to speak that's very interesting is that something um i i don't want to necessarily push this and much push this too far ahead but is that on something that just over your over your time at college you did you feel yourself while you're at campus and in enrolled in still in at eccher christian college that you were dealing did formulate realize it you didn't necessarily agree with what was being totter then social norms are how would you how would you describe that how was how it what was your experience of of of that.

bruce eccher christian college notre europe
"medford" Discussed on Exvangelical

Exvangelical

01:53 min | 4 years ago

"medford" Discussed on Exvangelical

"And fellow prior guests and that sort of thing then feel free to um chime in a pick up a copy of the book and at chime in in the next couple of weeks again i i will be putting out some more info about it in the in the coming weeks i'm thinking the first section that we might want to discuss would be other um the week before labor day or the week after labor day depending on what might be best for people's reading including mine so uh beyond look out for that information in very soon all right i ruin let's that's all i got for you let's get into it everyone welcomed accent joe goal my guest this week is lindsay medford she is a post evangelical blogger over at lindsay medford dot com welcome to the show lenzi thanks for having me yes thanks for reaching out i'm really glad to get to talk to you this evening am so let's start just getting a with a little bit of background about yourself where you from where'd you grow up all that all that sort of fun stuff let's let's start their third of any grew up north lawrenceville happy if you will tell her that is though suburban southern eat style went to college and tennessee and then i have been a north for eight years i was in a serious for a year and boston years now i'm in charleston okay so you run around a little bit along up and down the south in in the east coast and everything what was i i honestly uh so i went to high school in the chicago suburbs what are what what's the what are the atlanta's a rooms like.

lawrenceville chicago atlanta lindsay medford tennessee boston charleston eight years