19 Burst results for "Melcher"
"melcher" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho
"And him coming out and me being from WWE and not knowing this crowd, if they're going to react to me in a good way 'cause it's more of an independent kind of crowd that have come together for this new revolution. And they responded to him and I knew he was over, right? And it was great. He's doing the best work in his career. And he hit the throne, man, and the whole thing towards hunter and the big throne with the sledgehammer and all that stuff, and then my music yet, and they responded in kind and I was like, because I was really nervous. It was 50, I hadn't worked in several months, and I was just like, man, I'm gonna blow up. I'm gonna do this. I'm gonna do that. And I walked down as soon as you leave, you know, if you stand at the and I still get nervous at the stairs, right? And then as soon as you walk through the tunnel man, it just kind of goes away. And everybody just kind of disappears. And I got in the ring and we just stood there and we stared at each other, right? When the announcements and had the big fight feel to me, at least, and then I pointed up, you know, and it was a real emotional moment. And I could see it in Cody's eyes and it was for me, definitely. They started chanting dad's name. So I knew he was there. And it's like, okay, you can see everybody in the audience, but you can't see them, right? And you can hear them, but you can't hear them. You're so laser focused on what the job is and what needs to be done. And we just, we went through it, and we could have missed a thousand things in that match or boxed a thousand things, and it wouldn't have mattered. It was just like the stars aligned for that match, and we just went through it, and there was more emotion, more investment in the audience, man, and they felt everything, and we took them on that ride, and we told a nice little story with it. And they were crying. Grown men in their cry and I was crying. Everybody was crying, man. It's like these hard ass men in the audience are crying. That's what I want to do, right? I want to invoke that emotion from somebody. And I tell the kids in my class right now all the time. It's not about the move sets that you do out there what she said to the audience is how you make them feel. It's the story. If you can make them feel something, they're not turning the channel, and that's what we want, right? They're going to come back for it. And they were there that night. The stars aligned and it was damn near perfection. And it was a good feeling that I had that behind me. I lost so much blood that night, and I was really kind of messed up with that, with dizzy and everything. And I was getting dizzy in the match. I was giving a superplex off the top, and we almost teetered. I was like, we got to go now. So I went and we made it. Otherwise, if I had to wait another second, we would have ended up on the ropes. So you really felt it. I felt it big time. I lost the most blood. I'd been out of practice, you know? A long time. We're not allowed to do that up there. Right. And it's like, all right, let's do this. But we made it work and it was, it is the funnest time I've ever been in a wrestling ring. I know Cody, he's got some other matches that he likes more than this one. But for me, that was tops. There's some great ones out there, you know, but that was the one that really stood tall. And still. You know what's great to me? Remember, it was a tube promo build, and I think it was based, what was it even based around? Who's the better roads or what was your basic? Cody was like killing the attitude era. So you just killing the old, you know, and bringing out the new Dustin or whatever. But like paddle is used to tell me like even for this week with Brian Danielson and I, it's like, there's really not anything more we need to do. The match is made. You know, there's certain matches that the match is there, you don't have to do a heat angle or a couple promos of the help of doing it, but everyone wants to see it. And it was the same with Cody versus Dustin. And the best part was after with Cody's speech where he said I can't remember the exact words, but I don't need a opponent or any to brother. What was that? What did he say again? He said, I don't need a partner in your brother or something. I don't need my brother, right? I need a partner. I need my brother for the big, you know, the Young Bucks for the fight for the fallen for the second one. Yeah. And it was a throwback from what dad said to me in the ring. One of dad's greatest promos he had, not the hard times promo, but it was like arn had turned on me and it was a throwback from that. I don't need another partner. I don't need this. I need my son. It was an emotional moment, so he did the little throwback to that. And they felt it. It was so good, man. So good. I'm glad that that thing is over. I could never duplicate that ever again, you know? Everybody's like saying, man, you guys need to have a second match. And it's like, no, I'm not touching that. I can't because it won't live up to the expectations. I don't know if you ever follow this or not, but it was given 5 stars, a 5 star rating by Meltzer, which is very hard to get. Yeah. I think you were the oldest. It actually made me mad because I was the oldest guy to have a 5 star match with Kenny at the Tokyo dome until you got it. So you got the record. I think this is my first 5 stars. So listen, we know in our hearts if it's a 5 star or whatever. But I'm just saying it was critically acclaimed as the point. You know what I mean? And I remember talking to Dave that night in the scrum and it was, it was pretty cool seeing him there because me and melcher and early on, I don't know. You know, all the guys talk about man, you don't need to be talking to melt so you don't need to be doing this or so you kind of just had this vision of Meltzer as being this evil character, right? But then I got to talk to him and know him a little differently and I thought differently of him and he's been around a long time and he's seen a lot of good stuff where these bias or not on certain things is fine. I don't care. Doesn't matter, but it was cool to receive a 5 star from it. Because it was a classic. That's why. We all know family is meant to be there for each other. And the Toyota gazo racing family may not be your typical family, but they always stick together. And now that family has grown bigger with Toyota's most exciting vehicles, GR Supra, GR 86, and the first ever GR corolla hot hatch with a turbocharged 300 HP engine and GR four all wheel drive. These GR vehicles are born on the racetrack, not in the boardroom. 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"melcher" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Difficult for people to emotionally move forward. And so that that's the struggle, I think, that makes it hard. The fact that they have a lot of money, a lot of times people say, oh, it must be so hard to settle those cases or to go to court one because there's so much money and no, it's actually easier because there's money. And they can hire professionals and they can afford to go through that process where the rest of us find it very difficult. So I would just say it's the media attention and then my focus in my reminders to clients is that their kids are seeing this. And every child is impacted by their parents divorce. And the immediate family and friends are going to know about it. But when you add celebrity parents to the mix, everybody knows about that. And I'm trying to put myself in that child's position and relate that to the parents and let them know like this is out there forever and how difficult that's going to be and keep the focus on their kids. I think most people who look at this divorce were like, this is nothing like me because of the amounts of money involved and the celebrity as we talked about is there anything that the average person can learn from this split up? So we all can learn from this and with celebrities are supposed to be or hopefully role models here. And examples, we haven't seen a lot of good examples lately, but this is one of them where if they're going to break up and I'm sure they tried very hard to keep the relationship going, but if they're going to break up, the do it in a dignified way. And there was a lot at stake here in terms of money and kids, but this couple was able to solve this problem quickly and quietly. And why is it that people who don't have a lot of money will spend pretty much everything they have fighting with each other. And that's what I've seen as a diverse lawyer is that these problems are all the same. There's more money attached to some of the cases and others, but they're all the same in that their spouses or co parents that aren't getting along they're breaking up. They have to deal with some financial issues and some kid issues. It's not rocket science. And why is it that some will settle quickly and others will spend potentially the rest of their life fighting with each other and allowing that to define themselves. So the takeaway here is it doesn't have to be that way. They can do this. And of course, it takes two people to do that. And so I think this is equally reflective. And it only could have been accomplished by having two decent reasonable spouses that put their kids interests in their own joint interests ahead of any selfish interest that they have. Thanks for being on the show, Chris. That's divorce attorney Christopher melcher. And that's it for this edition of the Bloomberg law show. Remember, you can always get the latest legal news on our Bloomberg law podcast. You can find them on Apple podcasts, Spotify, and it WWW dot Bloomberg dot com slash podcast slash law. And remember to tune into the Bloomberg
"melcher" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"This is Bloomberg law with June grosso from Bloomberg radio. When a star athlete and a supermodel get divorced, it sure to make headlines. Although Tom Brady and Gisele Bündchen have tried to quell any media frenzy by coming to a quick settlement and issuing corresponding statements on Instagram about their divorce after 13 years of marriage and two children, and Brady addressed the divorce on his podcast. Obviously, the good news is things it's a very amicable situation and I'm really focused on two things and taking care of my family and certainly my children and secondly doing the best job I can to win football games. So that's what professionals do. You focus at work when it's time to work and then when you come home you focus on the priorities that are at home and all you can do is the best you could do and that's what I'll just continue to do is as long as I'm working as long as I'm being a dad. Joining me is divorce attorney Christopher melcher a partner at Walter melcher and Yoda. Their statements tracked each other. Bundchen in an Instagram story said, with much gratitude for our time together, Tom and I have amicably finalized our divorce. Brady said, we arrived at this decision amicably and with gratitude for the time we spent together. And they both talked about their children, asked the public to respect their privacy. Does that indicate that this was a well worked out divorce? Absolutely. The statements on social media were released by each of them around the same time. It wasn't a joint statement, but the statements were very similar. And indicate that they have resolved things, amicably and that they're going forward just really as co parents and trying to focus on their kids and let this kind of get behind them. The petition for dissolution of marriage was just three pages, so somewhere else I'd take it is the legal document about how they're splitting things up. Yes, so they have to file a case in public court to get a divorce. And so that started, which is filing a petition for dissolution. And then the next step will be to ask the court jointly to enter a judgment of divorce and that would return them to a status of single people. And most spouses will then also tell the court what the terms of their settlement are with regard to property in kids and support. Here, my guess is they will keep that confidential and not put that in the judgment. So we don't get to see that. And there will be no orders on it either. It would just be a confidential settlement agreement between the two of them and no one would put it into a court file unless someone broke the agreement that needed to be enforced. That's typically how these deals are run. So it seems incredibly quick, but apparently they were negotiating about it and hired lawyers at the beginning of October, so it's taken about a month for them to resolve this. It could have taken even longer than that. The story started to break about the couple having problems. But they may have been experiencing these problems much earlier and working on a divorce settlement for quite some time. And for me, doing these type of cases, that's the ideal situation is to work all the details out before the public knows of the split. And then we then announced a couple announces that they're splitting around the same time as we're announcing the settlement. So it's possible that they were able to arrange all these details in a month, but my suspicion is it would have taken much longer than that because there's a lot of complexity when you have that much wealth and also complexity around how they're going to share time with their kids in a way that's acceptable and best for the children. So to think that they did all that in a month is unlikely. One of the most controversial parts of a divorce is often who get custody of the children. Well, they both said they agreed to joint custody and she said, we'll continue co parenting. Do you think it's that's all it says? Join custody or there is a lot more about times and places, et cetera, in the final agreement. So joint custody is a very broad term which could mean a lot of different things. It certainly does not always mean equal time and most cases with parents don't equally share time with their children. It's going to be very difficult to do that. When one or both parents are working a lot and children also sometimes want to have a home base and they just want to have a place where they're regularly staying and then they dispense substantial time with the other parent. So here Tom is working a lot and that takes him away from Florida often so he couldn't have the hands on parenting at least while he's engaged in that work schedule that apparent who works locally could have. So there's going to have to be some give and take between the couple and it sounds like they've achieved or worked out out. So that when Tom is away, obviously the kids would be with giselle, but then hopefully when Tom is in town that he would have that time to kind of offset it to keep the
"melcher" Discussed on The Jim Ross Report
"It's the idea that Bill watts is talking to Dave Meltzer. That just doesn't that feels weird to me. I don't imagine the cowboy being like, let's call up the dirt cheap guys. That's just hard for me to imagine. Yeah, I think melcher was the aggressor in that the owner of cowboy had a point to make. He could always get older Meltzer. That's true. And so I know that some of the guys became uneasy when they found out that cowboy was talking to the observer. As much as he apparently was, I don't know how much that would be. I don't know, but a lot of the talents were uneasy that that was occurring. Well, some of the tale and apparently are uneasy with what's going on here, too, in particular doctor death and Terry Gordy, they're going to drop the tag titles to Dustin Rhodes and Barry Windham here at center stage. They go 20 minutes in a pretty good match here, but there's been a big push for Doc and Gordy and now drop the belts. Kind of out of nowhere it seems. When they ready to go back to Japan, have they had enough of this American experiment? Yeah, they wanted less work and they got big money for going to Japan. They were supremely over, but it was a disappointment. You know, I always thought that they were one of the best tag teams I ever saw. I still believe that all these years later. And I was salivating over the prospects of matches with Doc and Gordy versus the steiners, for example, doom, you know, there are a lot of teams that Doc and Gordon could have worked with and had a great matches. So as disappointing that they were leaving. But it wasn't a total surprise. I mean, I think Japan was still their first home after all those years. They made great money. They changed their lifestyle thanks to mister bob and Nokia's money because they worked for both companies at one time. Different times, but they were for both companies. So it was disappointed that they lived, because we lost, like I said. To me, it was like, we're losing the best tag team in the business. They're durable, they're strong, they can be heels, they could be maybe paces. They have great chemistry and it made the product better. The more dock and Gordy we had on television, I think the better our television was. So we talked about Barry wind and winning a tag title here, but he's also, according to the observer, gonna be working as an assistant Booker to dusty, dusty is gonna be spending more time monitoring the house shows, so Barry is gonna work as his support in a way where maybe JJ Dillon did that once upon a time. But Barry Windham has a creative mind is not something I've ever heard much about. What'd you think of this? Well, I was willing to give it a try if it made dusty more efficient and more effective and it taught somebody like Barry a young guy who's been the Venice all his life, son of black Jack, et cetera, et cetera, then I'm all for it. As I was all for it, if it dusty better, it does it gets to find that magic again that sprinkle up magic dust on his creative and I thought it was fine. But look, I love very Windham at one time, was probably one of the top four or 5 workers in the entire world. But golly, he just he went JJ. J chase roll with the horsemen, and trying to hurt the chickens in a Crockett era. There's nothing short of extraordinary. Be honest with you. So J says that was a very, very valuable asset. So I was hoping that would work, Connie. I really did, but, you know, very had never been in that role before. So as I'll wait and see. Bruno sammartino is going to pop up, do a little bit of color commentary with Tony schiavone and also do an empty arena interview with Tony schiavone that Meltzer was really high on and said it was one of the best babyface promos, but it's kind of interesting to see Bruno, a WWF guy here in WCW. On the hotline, you're going to be hinting that Paulie might be brought back to manage pillman and Austin as a tag team. And maybe Austin wanted to get a push as a Ric Flair clone. Meltzer had this to say, big mistake because Steve Austin is in no way shape or form Ric Flair. Flair's still an active wrestler, so at best it looked like a cheap copycat, but he doesn't have a buddy landale personality, where he can get the right kind of heat for being a copycat of a successful main event. I don't think anybody has ever written that ever since. That Steve Austin doesn't have a buddy Landau personality. My goodness. Ash crazy. There are two different people. Yeah. And all of a sudden we're going to become one of the biggest stars of the biggest star and wrestling ever ever. You know, I always had high hopes for Steve, but not as a Ric Flair clone. The clone thing in wrestling or promoters, the example was we talked earlier about Butch Reed. Well, we could fix this JYD leaving very easily. This is how another muscular black guy put him in that cast him in our book him, whatever, in that role, and everything's going to be okay. And that's just silly. It's just silly. We tried George wells. We tried brick house brown. And among others, I can't even think of off top of my head, but none of them worked. And again, the answer was right there under our nose and hacksaw Butch Reed. So. The cloning thing, I remember when Jimmy snuka left WWWF, I think they brought a guy named cephei. Another island guy. And he looked a lot like a snooker, which I didn't think it was a plus. Colored by casi was happening or just trying to play snooker with a snooker lookalike. And a fans are smart, man. Especially today. You know, sometimes I read things that are, I think are somewhat ridiculous. And I understand too, that people make these comments, and that moxie thing, I got all this negative feedback, and they made sure I was tagged in. So I could make sure I saw some of the shit. But I could promise you I didn't spend one minute of my life researching it. It's how I felt. It was an opinion, and I think I have to explain my opinion, so my Twitter, or here on the show. This is us. This is what we do and so anyway, it was just the business has changed in a lot of ways, but in some ways it's never changed, and probably never will. Couple more news and notes here, Meltzer would write, I believe 6 wrestlers, including sting, Rick rude, and Ron Simmons were all fine the $1000 for their work not being up to par.
"melcher" Discussed on Vote-Voiced Podcast
"Is easier for us to vote. That means that we must. Honor ourselves by voting. We can not take our votes for granted. Justice past what the report went out on the 28th of June, that the Supreme Court has. Reinstated our racially gerrymandered congressional map in the state of Louisiana. They reinstated their 6 to three. That's interesting. 6 to three. Under these maps, black voters. Will only have, let me read this. I'm going to read this, this was written on vox dot com by Ian, melcher, I hope that I said that properly. Thank you, Ian, for this report. And he says under these maps, black voters will control just one of Louisiana 6 congressional seats, despite the fact that African Americans make up nearly a third of the state's population. Thus, the court's decision in are done versus Robinson means that black people will have half as much congressional representation as they would enjoy under maps where black voters have as much opportunity to elect their own preferred candidate as white people in Louisiana. Now, isn't that something because isn't the whole reason for Independence Day is that the people who rose up who were probably 99.99% white said, we will have no. Country over us if we are not representative. No taxation without representation. And here we are in the state of Louisiana where a group of people will not have proper representation. Okay? The Voting Rights Act does not permit racial gerrymandering. A preliminary injunction temporarily struck down the Louisiana maps. And ordered the state legislature to draw new ones that include two black. Majority districts. That's something, isn't it? Here we are. 4th of July. And in the state of Louisiana, there will be voters that are going to be taxed and not have the proper representation. This is why we need to vote. We need to vote to make sure that we are represented properly. We need to fight voter suppression. Okay? I know we say the same things over and over again, but look at what we're going through. We're losing freedoms. We're not gaining any. Not only are we losing every type of freedom you can possibly think of, but even losing the freedom to vote for our representatives based on. How many people live in a state. Everybody else has their representation, but we're not having any. Okay, I'm going to talk about upcoming elections for federal office. Okay, and the following states have elections for federal office in the next 90 days. So let's talk about August. Now, oh, I'm sorry, I'm starting July. July 19th, there is a primary election in Maryland. July 26th, there is a runoff primary election in North Carolina. Why am I telling you this so that we can be informed and understand when our elections are coming up? Because it is sometimes these elections, you might not hear about them. I have people on the phone who say, is there an election? So we just need to keep track. Sometimes there's election in one place, and there's not an election in another place. Okay. I guess. Primary elections, August 2nd, are going to take place in Arizona, Kansas, Michigan, Missouri, and Washington. Please make sure everyone in Arizona, Kansas, Michigan, Missouri, and Washington, August 2nd, you have a primary. I've already sent in my ballot. I have an absentee ballot, and I sent in my absentee ballot and already voted in the primary. August 4th, there is a primary election in Tennessee. August 6th, there is a territory primary in the Virgin Islands. August 9th, there is a primary elections in Connecticut, Minnesota, Vermont, and Wisconsin. August 9th, there is a special general in Minnesota CD one. August 13th, there is a primary election in Hawaii. August 16th, there is a primary election in Alaska and Wyoming. August 16th, there is a special general and Alaska U.S. House. August 23rd, primary elections in Florida and New York. August 23rd, there are special elections in New York, CD 19, and CD 23. August 23rd, there's a state primary runoff election in Oklahoma. August 23rd, there is a runoff special primary in Oklahoma, U.S. Senate. August 27th, there is a territory primary in Guam. It's important that we know these things. We have to expand our horizon when it comes to our voting. In September, September 6th, there's a primary election in Massachusetts. September 13th, there is a primary election in Delaware, New Hampshire and Rhode Island. October 20 in October, okay? Okay, there are no elections in October scheduled, okay? Okay..
"melcher" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Hey, we welcome you back. It is great to have all of you here. And we are about ready to go. Anybody know? Okay. I just, I just, I'm reading the script here, it says, I'm Ann is next. A good afternoon there, Paul fine, bob. Good afternoon. I mean, when the red light, when the red light goes on the candler, you say, hey, we're back. Well, you know, I wasn't sure, because it said, pause, when you come back, and you know why we pause there, I'm in, do you have any idea why I waited? No, I have no clue. Well, you can't see the screen right now, but we have a new picture of Iman up. Oh, yeah. This is more, what would you say? I mean, what was that? Yeah, the old one was kind of Greg all men right as he was belting out the last words of midnight rider. This is more Stone Age man. Let's go to the new one. Okay, new Iman picture. This is in, is that black and white? Yeah. Yeah, sleepy a tone or something like that. They're kind of a little, it's kind of like when you would go to the. Drug store back in the 70s, you'd go in there with your friends and get to four pictures. That's what that looks like. But you know what? You know what? Like Neil Young on the, yeah, Russia never sleeps record. Well, how about that? I think that is a compliment. You know, in the knuckle drag a Whirlpool, back in the dragon dice, the man that owned the fire and controlled the fire, controlled the village. He found that a very interesting topic when you first came on, you know, you were talking about injuries that people came back from. You know, we grew up watching that guy on the ski ramp. I guess it was the Olympics or something. You know, the agony of defeat. We think car Rex. We've seen all kinds of things. Jim McKay. And you know, and that time makes it took a Lincoln, but kept on taking. And that's all those wonderful things. The snake river basin. Oh yeah, I mean, we saw those things because there was journalists there. And there was photographers and there was there was cameras. You know, and we've seen some horrific injuries on the football field. I mean, what was that Desmond? Pros ro, the kid at Miami. Whatever was his name was? I mean, we've seen some horrendous things. We saw pictures of why tittle when we grew up with the blood. You know, that was. Yeah. And all of those kind of things, but you know, the one, the one injury we did not know anything about. Nobody saw it. Here we go. Here we go. Hold your horses. Where are you? It was way before they kept records and it was way before politically correct terms was when Jim from Tuscaloosa got his feelings hurt. Now, in this day in time, you know what? Can we pause right there for one second? Because I'm sitting there processing this, and I'm saying, if I'm Jim, you know what I'm doing right now? I'm calling the show to talk about what a moron. You're mad. Yeah, that's okay. Because back in the day, his mama would have said, suck it up and give him a soda. Suck it up. But today, Jim has that same injury in the politically correct world, we all got a drop to our knees and have some kind of prayer vigil. It looks like a Billy Graham crusade or a Harry Houdini seance or something. Where is I know you have? I grew up watching motif. I'm working milligram this morning. I know he's been dead for 5 years, but he's got a channel on satellite radio. And you know what? He was talking about you. Talking about the devil. He might have been he might have been according to Jim was so fat. You know I'm in shock. Stop, stop, stop. I just figured out who that is. Okay, I want to show the picture again. Don't tell me you're not thinking Charles Manson right now. Oh my God. Charles Manson. Pulled into the Sharon Tate estate. And said, you're coming with us. You're coming with me, and you're not coming back for a long time. Helter skelter. You know that whole Charles Manson's story got kind of lost in the fact that the drummer for The Beach Boys kind of ran up on him and Terry melcher lived in the house who had fun. They all lived together and Laurel canyon, you're right. And in metro refused Manson's music abilities. Yeah. And then he might get on for a home in Laurel canyon in the 70s. Oh, I'll tell you what, that would have been the movie in the second period, wouldn't it? Hey, there's mama cash coming over. Hi, and you know hide the verge..
"melcher" Discussed on The Jim Ross Report
"Here to see that there was the loving relationship between Dave Meltzer and Eric Bischoff started way back here in 1992. Yeah. The mannequin. Dustin Rhodes, Steve Austin, Brian Pillman, and Johnny B badd all get new contracts. Wow. Some of those names, Dustin Rhodes Steve Austin, pillman, Johnny bhat, were you part of any or all of these negotiations JR? I had info on all of them. And a lot of times it was JR, what do you think about Johnny B badd? Can we make something out of this guy? And my answer would be giving time. He'd not be my click. He's not a top guy right now. But he's got a top guy look. And a top guy gimmick. Austin, all along, I thought was going to be huge. And that kind of worked out. But all those guys are keepers Dustin. I'm amazed to watch the sporadically Russell for AW now and a shock to how good he still is. It's pretty amazing. Yeah, it is. It really is. And of course, Brian was Brian and nobody else lacking. And he had great chemistry with Austin and so we found out that putting them together would keep them both half assed sane. They enjoyed each other's company. And they enjoy the fact that there was no dominant tag team, so they were getting a chance to run with the ball a little bit. But all those are good signings. Well, we got to give the devil his due, JR. It's that time because he got it right, right here. Him and his readers. Your named best at play by play announcer by the observer readers for 1991. Yeah. Does that title mean anything to you at this point? Of course. Yeah, anytime you get an award from this voter known by fans, you can't just walk away from it, so that many things are wrestling. Well, how about this checks your cash in? That's wrestling too. How about your exposure on television every week? That's wrestling too. So yeah, it meant something. Excalibur, one of this year, last year. I told him the other day it was just kidding. I congratulated him and I said, I think he only got to win 15 more to timing. I love it. Keep him humble, JR. Well, he's done a good job. He's a smart guy, and he's trying awful hard. I never understood why we have a mask announcer. I was going to say, if you think he'll keep that forever. I don't know forever's a long time, Paul, but I think as long as he announces. I would think it's worth it. You know, and whether I like it or not, it doesn't matter. He does a good job. He's really detail oriented. He prepares like nobody else. I always say, you know, he's generally the smartest guy in the room when it comes to a lot of these things. Great voice, sounds good. Mark is a great guy. So, but yeah, I appreciated those getting a win every now and then on the melter deal. Yeah. Because he was a close it was kind of a close fraternity. For years, there was Lance, Gordon, and then I kind of come on the scene. And the game changer. Well you were Jim, you were a game changer, my friend. I was in the right place at the right time more often than not, but yeah, it means something. Different level of excitement. I have my phone kidding prodding Dave. They've been a friend of mine for 30 years. Do I finish much stock in it now? As I did then, probably not. And it's easy to say, well, you say that, because you're not winning the award anymore. And even melcher told me himself, maybe last year, he said it's just a whole different voting group. There are different demographic and the smart marks as they are called. Really. Have gravitated toward excalibur. And I get it. That's fine. Yeah. It does a hell of a job. He's on our team. I think he and Ian schiavone help a job. Fantastic. So, and it's not easy to do three men booth. But I love working with them. And he's really good. Anyway, I did, I always appreciate those awards. It's just, it's a win. It's a wind Paul. You know, it worked for me. Good. And it gave me a little satisfaction that somebody's noticed in my work. Somebody's recognizing you for what you're doing. Absolutely. That's right. There you go. Well, we've made it Jim. We're here. It's super brawl two live from Milwaukee and I'm gonna do it right. We're gonna play this awesome little intro clip..
"melcher" Discussed on en(gender)ed
"Yeah, and she does accuse her mother of that fictional end when she says, I suppose you did the best you could. But then she turns on her and says, how could you have stayed married to him knowing what you knew about him? And so unlike her sister, Edie, who is content to fit into the Hollywood mold as a hostess, et cetera, et cetera. And at the end of the story finds her fleeing from that house of control so eager to return to New York where the weather was the only thing that showed her. It's so terrible. The hypocrisy this sexism that deception, the double standards, the patriarchy, that plays into the lives of these ladies. And of course, one of my favorite people, while I was growing up was Doris Day that's what we all I don't know as a singer. I loved to listen to her. I always thought that she was devalued as an actress. And I think midnight lace and I think of one of her earliest films, Julie, and there's such an irony in the role she played in truly. Can you tell us about that a little bit? Yes. It was one of the movies that her husband produced. Let me back up a little explain who Marty milch was. Marty melcher was Doris Day's third husband. He came into her life as her agent, actually. And thereby taking over her entire show business life. He decided what movie she made, he decided what record she made and looking back on it, there was a pretty bad choices in there. Rickety rackety rendezvous, really? And those was one of the movies that she made with Louis Jordan and it was a very dramatic sort of like mid light place. There are in peril, somehow they get out of it all right. Julie was interested in because they shot it on location and Carmel. And she fell in love with the area and later moved up there from Beverly Hills and I think there's 20 years or something. She lived there. There's a pretty much of an RNA there because there are was beaten by her first husband, was she not? Yes, el Jordan. Yes. And in Julie, he was running away from someone who abuses her as well. That's why it's a little bit out of character. The Rex Harrison film, yes, he is attempting to abuse her in the form of an a pretty horrible way as well. But I think RNA in that role that she's playing since she plays somewhat of the same role in her personal life. And yet she kept on going back to these controlling brutalizing men. Yes. I know she's got her the second rate scripts, did he not because they were cheaper? Yes, I would take him on as a producer and.
"melcher" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"Now. All the all the one thousand nine hundred six. So that's hence the. Because i mean th there is grim realism. What he's saying in a way but it is also an acceptance of baram something he just proves that keeping the summer live album point and He's very enrolling role in the band is basically part time member. You replaced wilson his job but he. He spent the next twenty years coming going. The bible very peculiar sort of way unsuccessful. Summarize wasn't he wrote. I write songs. For barry dave custody. He produced the debut album early career. With terry melcher as bruce. And terry bruce. When joel them with know this infamous story that bruce johnson and kim fowley went down to dolphins of hollywood. We've not in hollywood and saw john dolphin hip mud by one of his song royces. You wouldn't know that meeting students but he's interesting you know i mean. He was born in to enormous wealth. Of course so. That's a strange fact here in the story songs on on these two albums that we've been talking about. Some of his songs always sounded a novelist. Disney go right injury sound like they belong in somewhere else some like carlo design alongside russian sense that comes in with him. Brush david kassian. People a subset of what probes the beach. Boys were it would have this. he's very. He talks about relationships in the band. He's been trying to tell to tell. Not hundred sixty the evans. Wonderful whilst you come to listen saying so don't believe it while he's he's keeping summer live is desperate title for an album isn't it. They did a lot of absolute was huge. Huge was the endless coppola with american graffiti. Such kind erode commercial here a second clip. Dennis isn't.
"melcher" Discussed on The Playbook
"In the. Here's the saddest thing. Read that when we asked some of her help. Yoga had love them. Be blast me for help as i give my email out there everyone. Dvd melcher dot com. Get the templates the books. Please ask me for help. I gave them my cell phone number. I did this huge event in indianapolis indianapolis held the summer camp. And i said everybody. You know i'm gonna do something i'm gonna give out my cellphone. Eight five eight six eight three two nine four and guess what. I'm going to tell you you're not gonna call me because the biggest mistake that people making the hardest thing to do is ask for help and none of you're gonna call that. I've done this for years in the most i've ever gotten his three protocols in. Please don't text me text number over my vision. Call that cell phone. I gave you leave me a message. If i don't answer the first time ever this black card faith group. The black diamond group in indianapolis. I got over twenty vogel's now admittedly. There's about by people you thought i got a lot more. That should be the old record of three people. Ask or help the big mistake. That i keep on baking since i've been thirteen or probably even before that is i was to ask for help. I am not living with all times in ignorant humidity. But i haven't been Arrogance just spend minutes in moments in ignorant arrogance and move over vulnerability and elimination into ignorant humility. Ask people take the time to be more interested than interesting that sit in situation that you want to be in an asked or help. I you know this with open ended closer to being salesman. Who expert like yourself. The best we can do is ask for information and figure out how we can be a service of value an can be service or value to us. Does that sound fair absolutely david. I really really appreciate that manufactures you know. I just you know everything you just said right now just noting another things down. You know trying to listen. Learn this well on the last question. i'm going to ask. you is pretty much. what what what. What would you wreck on your biggest a the power that i have. My biggest fear is what. I'm connected to in through when i'm get glimpses of infinity in limitless this when i glimpses of why have an hour might be the light up all manhattan would give glimpses of the truth in when i clear the interference in truly feel the truth coming through me. I'm terrified. i'm terrified. The light love lessons. That have the power of that connection. And i do things by ego because i'm afraid of how much i have to diminish capacity so that is now deny others by capability of lighting up. And i use my egos excused interfere with the power that i have not only between me and the source of power the me and other people to light up them into liberate them to.
"melcher" Discussed on Today in True Crime
"On july twenty fourth nineteen seventy the trial of charles manson and his followers began manson and three of his acolytes stood accused of planning and executing the murders of seven people. The previous year. The killing spree had stunned the city of los angeles on the night of august eighth nineteen sixty-nine four manson followers susan atkins patricia krenwinkel. Linda kosabe ian and tex watson said out from the cult's rural headquarters on a terrible mission. They drove up into the winding hills of benedict canyon and broke into the home of director roman polanski acting on manson's orders the posse murdered five people at the house including actress sharon tate. Jay c. bring abigail folder. Voi- check frank hausky and steven parent in a horrific final flourish. The murderers painted the word pig on the door of the house. Using tate's blood manson's motivation for targeting. These victims specifically has never been confirmed per one theory. Manson had a grudge against the homes last owner music. Producer terry melcher. The previous year melcher had declined to make a record with manson and raging the egotistical cult leader the following night manson himself drove six of his followers to a property in the los feeless neighborhood of los angeles where they murdered grocery store owner lino la bianca and his wife rosemary. Again the love bianca's were not targeted and manson's motivations for choosing their home are murky but as the prosecution noted manson's obsession with a race war which he called helter skelter appeared to be at the root his sadistic killings. Manson was a racist. His vision for helter skelter was really a white supremacist. Fantasy in which a conflict between white and black people would make it possible for him to seize power in manson's warped and bigoted vision of the future. He and his followers would go underground during the war itself. Once the smoke cleared he believed there would be a window left for him to suddenly emerge and takeover the murders were in part. Manson's attempt to jump start the race war. He and his followers staged both crime scenes to make them look like they were committed by the black panthers. A group manson loathed. But he was also trying to use. These flashy gruesome killings to distract from other crimes. He and his followers had committed including the july nineteen. Sixty-nine murder of gary hinman regardless of manson and his family's convoluted motivations they're killing spree was a defining moment in the nation's history the fact that his followers were mostly well off middle class teenagers was especially compelling and disturbing to average americans. The murder sparked widespread. Fear about the occult and it's corrupting influence. On the youth which contributed to the rise of the satanic panic during the nineteen seventies even though manson and his followers were jailed for life when their trial wrapped up the damage they done could never be reversed.
"melcher" Discussed on WTOP
"It's traffic and weather on the eights. Now with Jack Taylor in the W T o P Traffic center late delays in the district when in D C to 95 both directions North Bend, you may have work up near Benning South bound as slowing after Eastern Avenue as you head toward East Capitol Street, possibly a work sound down. There Do be careful Florida Avenue and North Capitol Street, a crash inbound Suitland Parkway near Naylor Road without an earlier wreck, and a crash on New York Avenue inbound your Florida Avenue just unclear of the lane blockage. And now we're slow on the Beltway Prince George's County outer Loop. The delay begins the Jon Hansen highway. The work after 4 50 along the right side of the roadway earlier had word of a tractor trailer with its flashes on in the center lane outer loop after Coles Hill Road now very brief, if any delay but ways users report construction. Hopefully it's over out of the roadway. No big issues it all down around the Woodrow Wilson Bridge to seventies fine. South Coming out of Frederick is you head down toward the lane Divide. There were two accidents between 85. The man Agassi, both north and south bound, either cleared or at least out of the roadway, not causing any kind of a delay. Crash Cleanup could still be in Rockville to 70 south and local lanes. It was after Montrose right along the right side of the roadway. Watch for the work on University Boulevard east between Georgia Avenue in our Cole Avenue. It's along the left side. Stay right to get by. The utility Work closes north bound root ones ramp. The westbound I C C. Watch out through the area. Watch out. Also in Riverdale, eastbound 4 10 near Kendall Worth Avenue got a reported crash and a reported vehicle fire in the area. No big late issues in Virginia 95 3 95 66. Everybody moving pretty well. You'll find the Fairfax County Parkway north crashed. Cleanup was before Sunrise Valley. Drive along the right side of the roadway tree Work on business 17 down in Falmouth. It's North bound. Help your Melchers drive. You should have a single lane getting by slow to recover on the rails, but the mark Penn line getting.
"melcher" Discussed on WTOP
"48. It's traffic and weather on the AIDS now with Jack Taylor in the Traffic Center. It's pretty sizable delayed. You leave her Bana, Maryland to 70 going south after route 80, You'll head to the work sound this down before 109 stay right to get by. That works down That'll be there through the mid day. We've also got work to 70 north bound local lanes. Rockville down your Falls Road. I believe it along the right side of the roadway you'll find I 70 westbound as you ride Howard County. Above exit 76 from Maryland 97. Authorities on scene say there's a very large pothole opening up in the center lane now on 95 headed south, leaving 1 75 headed toward route 32. If you're in the hammer lane, be aware there's a broken down vehicle that almost crowds into the left lane that tires very close to the line. Be careful along the left side of the roadway, 95 South bound Leaving 1 75 down toward 32 in Ellicott City. There was an earlier crash on 40 eastbound was just after 29. You'll find we've got really no delays to speak of in the district Running D C to 95 south to slow down had been because of an act of some of activity down near East Capitol Street that is now cleared South Capitol Street inbound on the Douglas Bridge. It was a work sound that is taken away the right lane. There's a delay on I 2 95 headed North found the work zone after laboratory road once again set up Now we've got a few work sounds to speak of in Virginia running 17 business out in Falmouth Down your Melchers drive. You're under police direction because of the work stone 66 going west, leaving Haymarket out toward the planes. There's mobile work along the left side, new traffic lights being installed, so utility crews are on Sunset Hills Road and rest in writing the intersection with Wheelie Avenue. Follow their direction play the five.
"melcher" Discussed on WTOP
"Tell of you W t F M Manassas, Wtl PFM Braddock Heights Frederick It's 8 58 traffic and Weather on the Eights and Jack Taylor in the W T o P Traffic center. We'll start in Maryland coming out of Frederick Running to 70 headed in the South bound direction is you leave her Bana watch for the work sound that setting up down there? Hi. It's town before 109 taking away the left lane that usually causes some pretty sizable delays. As you end the morning rush hour going into and through the mid day the rest of the ride south. You're good at a German town all the way to the lane. Divide nice and quiet between the Beltway still on 95 in the Baltimore Washington Parkway. Crews were checking on 29 down your Stuart Layne that have been a reported crash of vehicle was on fire. It's been put out land over 50 eastbound near 4 10. What's left of it sitting over safely on the shoulder. Now there's been a lane blocked out of Frederick headed east on 70 toward new market before exit 62. The crash cleanup had been blocking the left lane. The delays easing. Hopefully everything's open now 50 out of the Bay Bridge. The reminder. All your lanes are open, but you're dealing with wind warnings, no vehicle restrictions. There's a work sound setting up down in Falmouth on business. 17 out near Melchers. Dr. Apparently some manhole covers need to be replaced. Follow police direction. Good news on 28 north bound the ramp to go east on 66, Virginia State Police and VI died apparently of cleared accident activity off of that ramp, so you should find lanes open the rest of the right eastbound. You've definitely got to slow down in the long term work between 1, 23 and Nutley. The W T o p traffic centers presented by Window Nation Enjoy no interest for five years. Jack Taylor deputy T o P. Traffic Storm Team four's Matt Ritter cloudy early today but clearing during the day sunshine this afternoon. Blustery and cold highs in the upper thirties to low forties blustery tonight upper teens to mid twenties in blustery and cold tomorrow mid to upper thirties sunshine early Saturday before clouds moved back in.
"melcher" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"But how do you say that Somebody was out of office now can never run for a federal office again, who hasn't been convicted of a crime? I mean, think of that. Anyway, Let's go to Walker, who's calling from Paramus. Welcome to the Kurdish leaders show Walker. Good afternoon, The Keystone XL pipeline. Warren Buffett is against it. He owns B and S F railroad, which parallels the pipeline. Today. His stock is way up and he makes money. When that's closed. You're absolutely right. And how many times especially if you've lived in the Heartland like our own program director Dave Libros E a k A. Luca Brasi chia that he huge oil container trains come through a town. And they get uncoupled. And then all of a sudden it starts a massive fire in an explosion. The lights of which people think Oh, my God, It's the cold War all over again. It's bad for the environment it actually it's more taxing. Have to transport all that oil, by rail or by container within 18 wheel attracted trailer. It's much better with the pipeline, and today Trudeau is on a phone call with Biden, who wants to eliminate that pipeline. Any saying you realize that's our economic engine coming out of Alberta? Coming out of our oil fields. The sandpit I've actually visited up there north of Calgary. It is the most prosperous province in all of Canada because of the oil that is derived through fracking from the sands. They will end up selling that oil to red China. Those red Chinese ships will come into the port of a coup over their bellies will be full and they'll be taking him back to red China. Anyway, Let's go to Carlos calling from the East side. Welcome to W A. B. C. Carl. Curtis. I just want to tell you, you got street smarts. You're very intelligent. You got a little You've got a little bit of everything like you've got Bob Grant a cement or you've got Dr Bernard Meltzer. Um, your street fighter. You're a warrior. The truth. You are a really special man. And to have you on the on the airwaves is really important because You bring reason you bring sanity and you bring therapy to a lot of people. We need you more than ever, Man. You have chewed my shorts and pulled my chain. He mentioned Dr Bernard Melcher. For all of you lifetime radio listeners he used to be at WR Woman's only radio. Most of you probably never met Dr Melcher. He would with the same sweater. Each and every day, the same sweater. It had all kinds of food stains on it right. The guy would give you financial advice. That's why people would listen to him. He had a great bedside manner. He would convince you what kind of municipal bonds to invest in how to play the stock market mortgages the whole nine yards, but he was an old contract. Do not. You know he died impoverished. I don't know if any of you know that. You know when you went to Ah, sit, Shiva. The passing of Dr Melcher. I didn't know him, but I did see him at W All war once. That was my first interview, would many, many years ago when I would say Daily news newspaper Boy of the year and Arlene Francis interviewed me and then I got addicted. Not only to the cameras, so why was Len Slice but the microphone and the old WR newsroom they used to have, like 20 news People talk radio station. And it was Dr Meltzer. With the crumbs. So long of his, I guess his cardigan sweater or whatever, and the guy would listen occasionally use Oh, man. It's hard Listen, but people believed everything, he said. Every word dripping from his lips and people made a lot of money. It was like going to the machine. Menachem Schneerson. It's 7 70 Eastern Parkway. People would travel from all over the world, even though they weren't Jews, Orthodox so acidic or Lubavitchers, and he would give him advice on investments. That's what they used to do. When Melcher It's a he himself. Died in poverty. A little later on, I will tell you another famous slash infamous person. Who came the closest ever to the presidency closest ever. And that's saying a lot of talking Gore Bush 43. We're talking Trump recently with buying in Ah whole host of folks. He came the closest to becoming president, and he died in poverty not far from here. You're gonna learn a lot on the courteously would show in addition to us taking all these calls. Wait is news behind the scenes videos. Get it all now, like 77 Bill Anyway, ABC on Facebook Now is that West 72nd Street, sending off my guardian angels on patrol up to 110 Street, 125th Street, the upper upper upper Upper West Side. And I.
"melcher" Discussed on Dead Celebrity
"So that's why have that express language in there saying hey we're divorced and we don't want each other getting anything from the other in the event of a death. I think it's interesting point to bring up too. Because it in my opinion that is the more intuitive interpretation as a layman that were client than i would think it would work that way right like not specifically disinherited somewhere and this designation is made out to me just because we were divorced doesn't implicitly mean that i could nothing ever that's that's how at least i would think as one of the parties to this if i want a lawyer so i think it has highlighted the importance of with a role advisors and lawyers complain sort of At listened this is how this works. And you'll make sure that the clients are price of exactly how these nations work when they divorced what that means so that everyone has going into this with full knowledge that that's right because we can ask jack what he intended just reading tea leaves. Did he intend for surely to to get this money on the event of his death. And if you look back at the history that At least again as reported on the internet is that he reached out to surely the night before he died. D- ask her to dinner and she declined so it's within really hours of his death. He he wanted to go dinner with her. Maybe just as birds interpretations knots wasn't so wrong anytime we're asking a judge to to read the tea leaves and figure out what a dead party intended were. We're in trouble. we have. I think our role as advisers is to anticipate a cassidy problem and think that they're number one. We should get them to finish those loose ends but then on top of that. We should anticipate they're not gonna follow our advice. And then put in some saving language. Like i have in my divorce judgments that say. Hey if we mess something up didn't cross that t. That was.
"melcher" Discussed on Dead Celebrity
"He practiced criminal defense and civil personal injury litigation. Thanks for joining us. Christopher thanks for having me the subject of episode. Today's jack cassidy. so jack. Although perhaps not quite as well known as teen idol sons david cassidy and to a much lesser extent. Shown cassidy was an american actor and singer known for his work in the theatre television and film steve multiple tony award nominations including one win as well as grammy award for his work on the production of the musical. She loves me. He was also nominated for several primetime. Emmys cassidy suffered from some fairly public mental health and substance abuse issues and his nineteen ninety-four autobiography come on get happy. Cassidy's ellis. david wrote that. He became increasingly concerned about his father in the last years of his life. The other cassidy who suffered from bipolar disorder and alcoholism was displaying increasingly erratic behavior in one thousand nine hundred seventy four. His neighbors were shocked to see him casually watering his flint. Lawn naked in the middle of the afternoon cassidy's second wife shirley jones described a similar incident when she found him sitting naked in a corner of their house reading a book. John set him that they had to get ready to do. A show and calmly looked up and said i know now that i'm christ in the early morning hours of december twelfth nineteen seventy six cassidy with a cigarette and fell asleep on his naga. Hide couch while asleep. He drop a cigarette uniting the couch. The flames of the apartment and burn down the building and he unfortunately died in the blaze cassidy was married twice the first marriage to actress ellen. Award with whom he has david and the second future partridge family star shirley jones with whom he had three sons. Sean patrick ryan enjoyed separated in nineteen seventy five and ultimately divorced nineteen seventy six. After cassidy's death came to light that he had not updated his life. Insurance documents in light of the divorce and that jones was still designated beneficiary unsurprisingly. A fight eventually sued over the fifty thousand dollars accidental death payout between jones has named beneficiary and cast his estate which claimed the money should go to his heirs case eventually made it all the way to the supreme court of california which interestingly found in favor of the estate explaining that jones designation of appellant as beneficiary was superseded as of the date the parties entered into a marital settlement agreement which comprehensively disposed of all rights and obligations between them so christopher one some lessons that advisers can learn from jack cassidy's strange circumstances. There is a ton of lessons to be learned here. And i love this. This story to to help teach us here of loose ends also to see how somebody who is a celebrity and very well known back in the day. And we're talking up through the seventies could now live in infamy because they're part of a california supreme court history in this case and that's that's helped his legacy in a in a way live on in just a little bit more background. Why love this example..
Jewish family's painting looted by Nazis in 1933 is returned
"Two young 19th century skaters that was looted by Nazis from a Jewish family in 1933 and recently discovered in upstate New York at a museum. Has been returned after just 87 years. Just amazing and the painting winter by American artist that Gary Melchers was among more than 1000 pieces of art and artifacts seized from a prominent Jewish family in Berlin who became early targets. Of the Nazi Party 87 years ago. This painting in front of you Ain't no way to 19th century find culture. Free from Berlin. A small family a couple months after our 19 thirties. Masa family lost nearly everything because they were Jews. That day, did not lose hope. And neither did the Department of Justice. The FBI has a program dedicating to finding and returning stolen art and cultural property. And winter is one of the latest examples of the FBI success. We are delighted today to return winter to its rightful owners. Now. That painting returned Thursday to family heirs, and it is expected To go to auction. And from Britney
Rob Garnet One More Wave
"Welcome back to the coastal. Athlete. Program I'm your host. Shep today. We are joined by very special guests. We are joined by the record surf operations a US Navy veteran. Therapy advocate, a waterman, a good friend of Joe and be good friend of mine, because we're all part of the one more way, family, Ladies and Gentlemen, please welcome to the show Rob Garnett Rob. How're you doing? Then fantastic thanks for having me am. Champ and Danny Danny met you before but SHEP. We've talked a couple of times on the phone, so it's cool to be some of the zoom. At least on Zoom. Danny is our producer, and so he's going to be helping out doing the editing and mixing the episode down and things like that Joe is going to be joining the podcast just a minute. He was transitioning from from pork. Chop actually up to his apartment. He's coming back doing some surf therapy sessions. My guess would be out of Pendleton or something like that. As usual on Wednesdays, Joe is on the road living the mission so rob. Before. We get too deep into asking you. Questions I just have to ask when it came time to transition out of your career in the military, did you? When did you know that you wanted to get into surf therapies specifically? And when did you know that like this was going to be a special moment? I. Think when I was so I retired from the navy and two thousand fifteen and so that was kind of win Wave, actually becoming nonprofit, and so I had a couple of buddies Alex and Kyle. We can talk about later. That were trying to get going. They've been doing it kind of. guerrilla-style for before getting official, and so I kind of knew about it before retiring. And then it kind of kicked off. For ME I. I was volunteering here and there with more ways. I had some other gigs so right when I retired I started doing government contracting jobs I did that for a couple years before spending a lot more time volunteering than later coming on. As employees. So, Joe I just ask some general questions. Trying to do is cut those questions and stuff at the back, so feel free to take the lead, and you have the floor sounds it sounds like you talked a bit about something about diving for the navy and then sports. Now we're talking about why I came the navy. Sorry to repeat it, but. I came in hoping to be Navy diver. I've been a commercial diver for about six months in Galveston. Texas after drop Nettie. Collagen thought that'd be a good transition and When I tried to join the navy, they said the Dow closed and that they dove at butts that I should go try that. Sounds like a good idea and so. They had me take a job. That would allow me to go to buds. became a parachute rigger, so I went to school i. By Mos got my. Parachute rigger on. And then off to buds I, not really no one else doing. My parents were hippies so military people. No one wants to be joined. The Navy so really did not get into. So I imagine was a little bit of a surprise to show to buds. Learn what that school was or. Just just the suffer faster not quite ready for nicely. I imagine imagine that's quite interesting. SUFFER FEST! I also can imagine that doing the work that you did. Know you and I kind of a little bit of your background. I've imagine that really helps. Set you up for the mission at one more wave and getting on top of things and getting things moving. You maybe talk a little bit about that. Of maybe some things you learn from the Navy that you apply now at one more. Share just. Learned a lot towards the last couple of years at Miami my time in the service. How can help people in much really from? I've been injured several times while on active duty at spent time at the. At Naiko which I know, you're not talking about for jokes. The National Intrepid Center of Excellence Traumatic Brain Injury Clinic says Maryland runs, and so I started my treatment probably. This is probably two thousand ten zero five years before I retired, and so I have a lot of time to spend time with other folks that had had you know whether it was PGA s or All the kind of things that were happening to people are not super physical, but burying paxil sleep issues, and so I got exposed to lots of different therapies, and I just knew man. This is can't wait to spend more time doing this. And, so I was really excited because I learned all these things in the navy, but how can help other people at learned a lot about the va have across his work for compensation took care people how some days are better than others. Some states are Oracle, and and what? I didn't realize. Your percentage rate affects how you get treated to I was treated well, but I'm on a different ratings on people's. It's tough so I definitely learned a lot, you know. Early on about how to help other people do this and it really as you've seen Joe out. Watch people's faces. When you get to give him some equipment whether it's a board or a boogie board or people that have had nothing. He's got a wet suit like our friends in. Santa Cruz just the amazing transformation that happens. Not only from equipment, but from the community that step we all share the Melcher that we love. Not Picking up cigarette, butts or cleaning off the flight deck, but you know going out von and be talking a little trash, each other encouraging each other and just share. That shared experiences is powerful so. Yeah I definitely can attest that shared experience than to be fair. No ship Naidoo usually pick up cigarette butts, but easily on the beach and they drive us nuts, so that's why. It's quite funny. Were you a surfer before you've got out of the military and got with one more way? Has. Started at middle, school on off and then did it alter the teens long morning. And then took several years off and then kind of into it later on, so yes. We're always at the beaches, kids. We're always bodysurfing. Trying to collect fins like my friend Joe Against. Debbie me and my fin collecting hoarding abilities. That I have for quite