27 Burst results for "Ramstein"

First formula flights from Europe to arrive this weekend

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 3 months ago

First formula flights from Europe to arrive this weekend

"I'm Mike Gracia reporting the first formula flights from Europe will arrive this weekend The White House says the first flights of infant formula from Europe will arrive in Indiana aboard a military aircraft this weekend The flights were authorized by president Joe Biden to help relieve the shortage of baby formula The White House says 132 pallets of Nestlé health science alpha amino infant and alpha mino junior formula will arrive in the U.S. from ramstein air base in Germany Another 114 pallets of Gerber good start extensive HA formula are expected to arrive in the coming days All told about 1.5 million 8 ounce bottles of the three formulas which are hypoallergenic for children with cow's milk protein allergy will arrive this week Mike Gracia Washington

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'Drago' Dzieran: NATO Engaging Russian Fighters Is Dangerous

The Dan Bongino Show

01:54 min | 5 months ago

'Drago' Dzieran: NATO Engaging Russian Fighters Is Dangerous

"Get say some say the Turks were to give them some S 400s and they see these ground to air defense systems You know is it possible that Putin would never be able to force concessions because the Ukrainians would be able to hold out because they would never give Russia control of the skies Yes if it was possible but please remember NATO now engaging the Russian fighters over Ukraine could be potentially dangerous and actually it led to big I think concerned in Poland when President Biden asked for me the 42 Ukraine and accepted that quest and answer to president I'm sorry to President Biden that they are ready to send mix next day to ramstein Air Force Base in Germany and turn them over to U.S. while it turned out to be that that administration gets scared and say well it's too dangerous We can't do that We just want to do it So basically if the country would widen because of that action from Poland giving makes to Ukraine that all the fingers would be pointing from that admin from this administration we are pointing to Poland for starting third World War But part of course immediately responded that they are ready to send the mix to Ukraine They are ready to transfer them to U.S. base in ramstein on the next day But then administration responded that this is too dangerous they can't do it So right now there's a big stress that people that I talk in Poland and Ukrainians and polls do not trust this administration That's the big problem now I think they are facing that

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The Biden Administration Has Zero Integrity

The Dan Bongino Show

01:34 min | 5 months ago

The Biden Administration Has Zero Integrity

"The problem with the Biden administration is again they have the zero integrity and they lie about everything The Biden administration is trying to publicly play tough while behind the scenes They don't want to play tough with Russia because they don't want to escalate which by the way I don't think is a bad idea Having said that if they would just be honest about their position behind the scenes they wouldn't cause themselves as public embarrassment Here's what I mean I asked senator Ted Cruz about this yesterday It rare again that we play a radio interview twice but just not the whole thing but just this answer because it's important And he's read in on this program pretty well He knows a lot about it They don't want to escalate with Putin which is not a problem Just tell our international partners that we are going to try to find a way out of this that doesn't escalate into World War three delicately tell the American people without telegraphing every single thing we're going to do There's no need for that Just tell them We are doing our best here to assist the Ukrainians in their fight for self determination national borders and their own sovereignty but we're trying to do so in a manner that doesn't escalate this crisis into a nuclear World War three I think the American people Republicans and Democrats alike would be understandable But problem is they always lie The Biden administration's original take was oh you know the polls they don't want to help They're really not interested They're not going to help And then when the polls said the Polish government said really we're going to ship these MiGs over to ramstein in Germany and now you guys got them and you can go give them the UK and all of a sudden the story

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Jennifer Griffin: Sending MiGs to Ukraine Is 'Complicated'

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:47 min | 5 months ago

Jennifer Griffin: Sending MiGs to Ukraine Is 'Complicated'

"Fox News channel's national security correspondent is Jennifer Griffin, she explained to Sean Hannity last night how delivering fighter jets from Poland to Ukraine via the United States is, well, complicated. Well, it's a tricky situation. Originally what secretary blinken said was that if the polls want to directly transfer those MiG 29s to Ukraine, the U.S. is not going to stop them. That is a sovereign nation's decision. But then the polls surprise the U.S. government and said, actually, we are going to transfer them to ramstein air base in Germany, a U.S. air base, and then you take them. You deliver them to Ukraine. And the USA was caught off guard by that and B said that's not a good idea. We don't want to be in the middle of this. They're not going to stop the polls from delivering those makes, but I just came out of a briefing tonight. Those MiG 29s, unfortunately, are not going to do much good right now. Oh, okay. I got it. So the United States, which loves worldwide coalitions, we love NATO, the especially the Democrats love the UN, we don't want to be in the middle of that. We don't want to help Ukraine defend itself in the skies because that's what these MiG 29s would do. They would help Ukraine shoot these Russian warplanes out of the sky that are wreaking such havoc upon Ukraine. So

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"ramstein" Discussed on Oh No Ross and Carrie

Oh No Ross and Carrie

05:47 min | 9 months ago

"ramstein" Discussed on Oh No Ross and Carrie

"Severe life threatening hazards. The negligence of the participants, equipment failure. My own physical condition. And the physical exertion associated with the activity in any event, if you or your child has injured any medical assistance will be at your own expense furthermore. Our G employees have difficult jobs to reform. They seek safety, but they are not infallible. They might be unaware of a participant's fitness and abilities. They might misjudge the weather or the environmental conditions. They may give incomplete warnings or instructions and the equipment being used might malfunction. Wow, that's quite the disclaimer. Yeah. I totally get that. There's a lot of bad things that could happen with people. We'll be heavy objects, lots of glass flying around. I can see them wanting to have this waiver. But yeah, that's quite the thing to sign. When I tried to go skydiving, which didn't work out a four times tried to go in all four times the goddamn weather got in the way. So frustrating. Which I blame the weather, not the company. They did the right thing. But this filled in with rage, which but I saw right to aim. But when I did the skydiving waivers, they were all just like, I might die. Please tell my family and friends that I say it's fine if I die. So they can show them see them. She said to show this to you. So we all signed those individually. And we were closed toed shoes and all that. But other than that, I didn't feel like there was much to prepare for it was like, all right, well, let's go. So they gave us each a little outfit to put on the consisted of. Coveralls. So you look like you're working in a mechanic's garage. I forget what they call it. Like a utility outfit or something and zips up the front. Dark blue gray, and then we had these kind of bright reddish orange safety helmets with shields on the front. Some were just a clear plastic acrylic shield, others were kind of the metal mesh. That's what I was wearing. And I think you were too. And then on top of the latex gloves, there were welding gloves, like really thick impermeable gloves. Yeah. And that was really it. And then that went on top of your shoes and then you're now protected. Yeah, I was surprised that our shoes were just sort of relied on. Yeah. Because they said close toe shoes. They did. Thank God. But you need some resistance. I'll later on mentioned glass that nearly got through to my foot. I believe it, 'cause you were stomping on that glass. Like there was no tomorrow. It was a little tough for drew, so drew's with us and Jewish cerebral palsy. So it was hard for him to get into the zip up thing. So word to the wise, if you have a disability, it can be kind of hard to get into the gear. Even putting on the gloves, I remember struggling to get on my left glove over my pinky and that became more and more of a problem over the time because every now and then you take off your glove to take a picture or something, a fish or phone out of they give you a bucket storage unit thing to put your stuff in the lid. So every now and then I'd fish that out. And then I tried to get that glove on again and it just became increasingly difficult, somehow to get my pinky into the glove. Which then made it really hard to hold stuff and now you're breathing through these multiple layers, your helmet and mask and you've got the coveralls. And you get very sweaty. Yeah, you do get warm. They warned us it would be a workout. Yeah, I didn't get very sweaty, but I guess I'm not a heavy sweater. Okay. So the gentleman who had signed us in took us to this side room that was going to be our room. Which we'd already kind of got in a glimpse of 'cause right as you come in on your left there's bleachers, which you can kind of use just to wait for your turn to your right. There's a little desk where they meet you and help you behind that desk farther down that wall. There's all of the outfits that we put on. They've got a little cart with all of the paints in case you're doing that thing. Right in front of you as you walk in, you see that car waiting to be smashed. Yeah. And then there's kind of a hallway just to the right of that that leads into these individual rage rooms. And over the bleachers, there's a screen. And this was really interesting because you could see a 9 panel view on the screen of the different rooms through security cameras. And it looked like something straight out of a low budget horror film. Where you're seeing these different views of these confined rooms, muted colors, and just like objects, some are smashed, some are just freshly set up and giant tires and stuff. And it all just looks very bleak. And I should say, musically, you're hearing piped in rage music. Well, we will once we get in there. So as he's walking us through there, it's like, honey, it's loud and everything, but it's not like they're going too hard on the heavy music. Yeah, it just so happened. I think we came in when there weren't any active rooms going on. Okay. Otherwise we would have heard that from the very start. So he leads us into this side room and flicks on a timer that's going to count down to let us know how much time is left. And then clicks on the music in this very matter of fact, like, I don't know, the way you turn a fan on. You're just like, oh, yeah, time for this. Click, click. Okay guys, so I'm really here. So that was cute and charming. Yeah, they had this, I assume set playlist of angry music. Yeah. Like, do host by ramstein. System of a down. And yes. Yeah, that wasn't there. Yeah, songs like that. And it was funny, Charles was noting like, this is very much like our teenage and college years. Feels like people are age kind of set this up and they're like, well, what did I listen to when I was angry in college? Yeah, yeah, yeah, right. Because I was like, I could list a lot of newer bands. They should be playing. Yeah, I have a friend who's in a band like that. But it was kind of loud popular angry music..

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Blinken Greets Afghans in Germany Amid State Dept. Emails Fallout

NPR News Now

00:52 sec | 1 year ago

Blinken Greets Afghans in Germany Amid State Dept. Emails Fallout

"Secretary state anthony blinken is holding virtual talks with about twenty of his colleagues about afghanistan. The virtual gathering took place at ramstein air base germany. Npr's michelle kellerman reports. Lincoln also met with some of the afghan refugees who are transiting through the bays. Just outside a hangar on the air base where several hundred afghans are awaiting to the us blinken met with an afghan army officer. His wife and two small children hearing about their heroin escape from kabul. He also stopped by. What's called the youth pod where some of the unaccompanied teenagers just learned their cleared to go see. Blinken called them courageous. I just want you to know that you have a lot of people who are going to look out for you support you help you and welcome you the un children's fund has been working to reunite unaccompanied minors with family members

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"ramstein" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"ramstein" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"And Amy Schade Rod Good morning, it is 8 30, a controversial voting bill has become longer. State of Texas with a stroke of his pen Republican governor Greg Abbott make Senate Bill One is state law in Texas that he says, gives more time and opportunities for Texans to cast ballots. The law does, however. Make it harder for fraudulent those votes to be cast. One area that makes it harder to cheat concerns. Mail in ballots, which now mandates identification and drive through voting is now banned. Ballot. Harvesting is now a felony in Texas, for which two lawsuits have already been filed. As Democrats who fled the state to stole the bill, said the line infringes on the right to vote. Jeff Manasso Fox News Well. The Taliban quickly overran the Kabul airport as uh, and the government as the U. S. Was leaving and the suicide bomber killed at least 180 people at the airport, including 13. U. S service members boxes. Jennifer Griffin has the latest on evacuations from the country. Chairman of the Joint Chiefs General Mark Milley inspected screening operations for 17,000 Afghan evacuees. Three US military bases in Europe. Ramstein, Germany, Sigonella, Italy and wrote to Spain where the FBI, Customs and Border Patrol and NCS have agents. I'm very comfortable that you know, these folks are being properly cleared to the FBI. U. S troops at Ramstein built a makeshift PSA Anyone flagged for drug or territory eyes. Anyone on a U. S Watch list is sent to camp bomb Steel. The U. S military base in Kosovo, where they can be held for up to a year traveling with the chairman of the Joint Chiefs. Jennifer Griffin, Fox News On Returning to the White House Tuesday, President Biden answered reporters questions about whether his administration is concerned that the Taliban will get funding from China. China has a.

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"ramstein" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:11 min | 1 year ago

"ramstein" Discussed on KCRW

"Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Dave Mattingly. Secretary of State, Antony Blinken is in Germany today for talks on Afghanistan now that the Taliban control the country Says me, Nicholson reports blinking his meeting with Germany's foreign minister at the Ramstein Air Base where thousands of Afghan evacuees are being sheltered. Blinken will meet his German counterpart for a bilateral before hosting a virtual meeting with other foreign ministers from around the world to discuss how to deal with the Taliban's newly announced interim government, while Germany's foreign minister Heiko Maas, has praised the US coordinated evacuation efforts is warning of a grave humanitarian crisis looming in Afghanistan made worse by food shortages. The lack of international aid and the volatile political situation. Blinken a massive meeting at Ramstein in southern Germany, more than 34,000 evacuees from Afghanistan, have been flown into the U. S air base. With many already leaving for resettlement in the U. S and other locations for NPR News. I'm asthma, Nicholson in Berlin. Dozens of Americans and green card holders are among those still waiting for the Taliban to clear them to fly out of Mazar e Sharif on chartered planes yesterday in Doha, Blinken said the holdup was Afghan evacuees lacking proper paperwork. Aftershocks are being reported in Acapulco following this morning's strong earthquake that damaged buildings and left at least one person dead in the Mexican resort city. That quake had a magnitude of seven. This is NPR news. You're listening to KCRW. I'm Cherry Glazer, California State lawmakers are wrapping up their legislative session at the end of this week from Sacramento Cap radios. Nicole Nixon takes a look at what's left on their agenda. One of the most closely watched bills of the year would create a process to strict police officers of their badges. If they're found guilty of certain crimes or serious misconduct. It's just one procedural vote away from heading to Governor Gavin Newsom's desk. Lawmakers are also considering proposals to crack down on protests outside vaccination sites and a bill to create a new workforce to handle wildfire prevention. That's currently managed by Cal fire,.

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"ramstein" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"ramstein" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Taken to Ramstein or whatever. And of course, they don't want it on the air base because they think it could be Um, a terrorist threat. Wolf. 8 13 traffic weather on the threes. Once again, we've got the king of all traffic. Chuck, the body Whitaker have brought to you as a service, the Baltimore voting center. They're located on beautiful Suit Creek. Right there. In Middle River. J effects is still slow. It's through Northern Parkway. It's down to an earlier problem, which was actually North Bong at Cold Spring Lane. We still see that traffic trickling was vehicle fire and an accident at cold Spring length. Still some limited lanes. North Beach don't think self beyond now, you'll need to detour. But if you're coming north down from 28 straight through it, Park Lake Drive, you might want to take Falls Road Falls Road, the Northern Parkway back over to the express way to get around that backup, which for sure is back in the area. The 41st Street Bridge. 83 South still slow earlier accident at Belfast Road That's been slow since it happened. More than an hour ago. The Beltway is crawling Parkville side. The interlude through Pikesville over to the jfx on the West Side is not the same area 7 95 down through, Frederick wrote. The Baltimore voting Center invites you to visit them at the United States Powerboat Show in Annapolis, October 7th through the 10th, their brokers still need your listings. Check it out at Baltimore voting center dot com. I'm Chuck Whitaker with traffic and weather on the threes on talk radio 6 80 doubled. You see BBM Wcbm Weather channel forecast dry this morning but a chance for scattered showers or storms late this afternoon and the high of 87 rain.

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Blinken Heads Overseas to Reassure Arab Gulf Allies

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 1 year ago

Blinken Heads Overseas to Reassure Arab Gulf Allies

"Secretary of state under the Blinken is holding high level talks in Gaza and Europe over the next few days defense secretary Lloyd Austin is also traveling to the Gulf I will meet key allies that Lincoln schedule includes got tough with thousands of US military based he'll also stop in Germany to see Afghan evacuees at Ramstein air base awaiting clearance to travel to the U. S. well there he'll join a virtual meeting with counterparts from twenty nations on the way ahead in Afghanistan I'm Charles collect as much

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"ramstein" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"ramstein" Discussed on Here & Now

"There is still a significant number of people in afghanistan who are still trying to leave the country after the us pull out and for afghans who have already left some are in limbo at the us. Air base in ramstein germany. Waiting to fly here to the united states. Npr's rob schmitz reports this hanger. Which can snugly fit. Some of the largest planes in the world was not meant to house people that it is. Today it's nine story. Tall ceiling looms above a series of rectangular enclosures constructed of ten foot tall wire fencing separating groups of afghans dressed in colorful robes tunics. Were allowed to leave these massive cages when it is time for their flight to america a woman in a black hejab cradles her newborn wrapped tightly in a linen cloth on hangers cold floor. The infants name is mustafa. His short life has been hectic two weeks ago. He was born in a village outside. Kabul the next day is family whisked him to the frenzy gates of the kabul airport where they slept outside for four days packed among throngs of others desperate to flee the taliban when he was five days old little mustafa was rushed through the gates and carried onto an aircraft ending. Up here at ramstein air bags now. He's waiting for a flight that in a few hours. We'll take him to his new home. America i plan to build a life for my son and his siblings. In america says mustafa's mother walk. Meena will only gives her first name for fear of reprisals by the taliban on family back home my husband worked with the afghan army and we were in too much dangerous day in afghanistan. There are nearly fifteen thousand others here left for the same

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Ramstein Air Base in Germany Becomes a Refuge for Afghans

Here & Now

01:50 min | 1 year ago

Ramstein Air Base in Germany Becomes a Refuge for Afghans

"There is still a significant number of people in afghanistan who are still trying to leave the country after the us pull out and for afghans who have already left some are in limbo at the us. Air base in ramstein germany. Waiting to fly here to the united states. Npr's rob schmitz reports this hanger. Which can snugly fit. Some of the largest planes in the world was not meant to house people that it is. Today it's nine story. Tall ceiling looms above a series of rectangular enclosures constructed of ten foot tall wire fencing separating groups of afghans dressed in colorful robes tunics. Were allowed to leave these massive cages when it is time for their flight to america a woman in a black hejab cradles her newborn wrapped tightly in a linen cloth on hangers cold floor. The infants name is mustafa. His short life has been hectic two weeks ago. He was born in a village outside. Kabul the next day is family whisked him to the frenzy gates of the kabul airport where they slept outside for four days packed among throngs of others desperate to flee the taliban when he was five days old little mustafa was rushed through the gates and carried onto an aircraft ending. Up here at ramstein air bags now. He's waiting for a flight that in a few hours. We'll take him to his new home. America i plan to build a life for my son and his siblings. In america says mustafa's mother walk. Meena will only gives her first name for fear of reprisals by the taliban on family back home my husband worked with the afghan army and we were in too much dangerous day in afghanistan. There are nearly fifteen thousand others here left for the same

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U.S. Executes Drone Strike, Killing 2 High-Profile ISIS Members

WBZ Midday News

00:56 sec | 1 year ago

U.S. Executes Drone Strike, Killing 2 High-Profile ISIS Members

"U. S striking back after 13 U. S service members were killed in a suicide bombing on Thursday. This week. The U. S military carrying out a drone strike. Against Isis Group in Afghanistan's eastern Nangahar province. Two high profile Isis targets were killed. Meantime, following Thursday's bombing, an additional 18 U. S service members were injured. ABC will review is at Ramstein Air Base in Germany, where the wounded Americans were taken for treatment and evaluation. Minutes of Thursday's attack at the airport in Kabul, U. S C seventeen's were on their way from here. With medical supplies other lifesaving equipment. At a briefing at the Pentagon on Friday, General Hank Taylor said that two flights landed here Friday carrying our wounded personnel. They had been transferred to launched All regional Medical center to receive care. Also, at least 170 civilians were killed outside Kabul

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Girl Born on Afghanistan Evacuation Flight Named After Plane's Call Sign

First Light

00:26 sec | 1 year ago

Girl Born on Afghanistan Evacuation Flight Named After Plane's Call Sign

"Military evacuation flight from Afghanistan to Ramstein Air Base in Germany, has been named reach. After the call sign of the aircraft reaches parents were aboard a flight from a staging base in Qatar after fleeing Afghanistan. U. S Air Mobility Command says the mother went into labor on the Sunday flight and began having complications. Aircraft commander decided to send an altitude to increase air pressure, which helps stabilize the new mom and may have saved

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John Kirby Can't Tell Us How Many Afghan 'Refugees' on the Terror Watchlist Have Been Vetted Before Entering U.S.

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

00:45 sec | 1 year ago

John Kirby Can't Tell Us How Many Afghan 'Refugees' on the Terror Watchlist Have Been Vetted Before Entering U.S.

"Back to the analysis of what's happening in kabul in afghanistan. Returning to this this incredible Press conference today from the pentagon. This is john kirby who's asked a question about the tara threat to america as linked to the refugees stream from afghanistan and his response is stunning cup. Ten play cuts and just one more. How many individuals on cara watch lists have been screened or found at any of the screening points. Either in cutter ramstein or in the us. I don't know we'll have to take that question and get back to you know just terrorists. I'll circle back.

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"ramstein" Discussed on Johnjay & Rich: After Words

Johnjay & Rich: After Words

03:08 min | 1 year ago

"ramstein" Discussed on Johnjay & Rich: After Words

"When he he's like. Hey man sorry about that. Death-knell 'cause i didn't hear it. I hit copy and said no. I figured you know damn well. Yeah i mean. I needed to bring it up in case you did hear just to let you know what was happening in this situation angry. Joey well. I was at the gym. What do you want that. make you angry. No i mean i was trying to like lip heavyweights and stuff so i needed like something to pump me up. You know them. You can't be listening to you. Know libya rodrigo. Maybe good for you. This clip here of kelly clarkson yes listen to this. Do you know that since you've been gone. Is tony hawkes hype song. What is that a joke. No for real tony hawk. The famous legendary skateboarder to get hyped up for anything competing. Hope since you've been gone. That's his hype song. I feel like i always hear people talking about how like my music is always on like a some peleton playlist or some workout like. Oh it's my workout makes like everyone's and i'm like it does not make me want to work out so i agree with that. Tony hawk works out to kelly. Clarkson you work out to ramstein rob brad fish. Thanks guys cleared that up. I am too sorry remain. We didn't really cleared up the person we probably should have created over. They're scared. I would talk to him since fact. He's he can text quite a bit. So i in fact i just give him. I gave my new thing now points. That's not good. So he tech something. I gave him texting just aggressive driving. So i appreciate you guys have always looking to capture content from the show exclamation point on it is. It's not appropriate. Why.

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"ramstein" Discussed on AmigosPC

AmigosPC

02:17 min | 1 year ago

"ramstein" Discussed on AmigosPC

"Assault crest that it can flashes. Often down is really amazing. And i've had wonderful experiences with so many of them both wild and at ramstein this one day in a in the forest in overton and by said all you know. We've we've got some say and put it out in the little bird fader and then the birds common you can watch the birds and it's really lovely and i was like yay bang out for that. That's good animal walking hog it when he died now. No you hugged them. They walled buds or fair enough. Whatever.

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"ramstein" Discussed on Pro Business Channel

Pro Business Channel

02:51 min | 1 year ago

"ramstein" Discussed on Pro Business Channel

"And now i'm in the solo pure business owner world. The thing about it you. We often hear that people reinvent themselves transform themselves which are great. I like to think. I've just continued to hone my skills is i've changed environments because my my passion has not changed about investing in people and helping them you know tap into their it factor and be the best. They can be growing up as a military kid that has helped me because of the first eighteen years of my life i lived in eleven different cities for different states and one foreign country in fact the longest that my nuclear family my parents and three brothers and i lived in one place was three years in germany so i learned to adapt quickly in and take into an appreciation. Where i was at the moment was at ramstein in germany or my brother was air force and no it was It was a a pirmasens. Was the army ours. I say peterman and this was the army base but we went around sitting. Yeah yeah okay..

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"ramstein" Discussed on Pro Business Channel

Pro Business Channel

02:51 min | 1 year ago

"ramstein" Discussed on Pro Business Channel

"And now i'm in the solo pure business owner world. The thing about it you. We often hear that people reinvent themselves transform themselves which are great. I like to think. I've just continued to hone my skills is i've changed environments because my my passion has not changed about investing in people and helping them you know tap into their it factor and be the best. They can be growing up as a military kid that has helped me because of the first eighteen years of my life i lived in eleven different cities for different states and one foreign country in fact the longest that my nuclear family my parents and three brothers and i lived in one place was three years in germany so i learned to adapt quickly in and take into an appreciation. Where i was at the moment was at ramstein in germany or my brother was air force and no it was It was a a pirmasens. Was the army ours. I say peterman and this was the army base but we went around sitting. Yeah yeah okay..

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"ramstein" Discussed on EN TIJUANA HAY ROCK RADIO

EN TIJUANA HAY ROCK RADIO

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"ramstein" Discussed on EN TIJUANA HAY ROCK RADIO

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"ramstein" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

05:38 min | 2 years ago

"ramstein" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Chairman Jerry are joining us a forum Ramstein Ramstein airforce base in Germany Hey guys how are you welcome welcome I'm guessing you're in the military or your Air Force no Sir I'm actually retired army and now the party army civilians we both work for the army now okay well thank you for your service we appreciate it cool and you're calling all the way from Germany for a debt free scream yeah absolutely yes Sir love and how much you you paid off we paid up roughly ninety five thousand five hundred dollars very cool and how long did that take just about eighteen months good for you and what was your range of income during that time well we started out of one fifty eight and then we decided to do a life long journey for me to come back to Germany so Kerry sacrifice to without a word from three months to drop to about a hundred hundred K. and now we're back up to a one on one point sixty thousand a year there yeah good for you guys fun so what kind of debt was is ninety five thousand five hundred dollars well well taxes five but personal loan thirty nine thousand eight hundred it's stupid credit card debt and forty nine thousand three hundred students and the school so what happened eighteen months ago that made you guys decide it was time to clean this mess up well I've been a long time listener stuck on stupid with money for a long time actually pay off four hundred thousand dollars before I met Kerry it we got we got married eighteen months ago so it I had told her about two of six thank you praises and I thought I say we got to do this we gotta be legitimate and get this out of our lives okay cool so this was all her dad that she brought to the marriage because you were debt free from before not all of it okay just Sallie Mae okay so you got out of debt to him and then went back in absolutely like I said I was the king is zero percent balance balance transfers ninety days same as cash I got out of it and then went back in another hundred K. yes Sir oh my goodness okay wow so it's a one two punch than the two of you together have decided then you've cleaned up your repeat and her student loans that's good so will you borrow ever again absolutely not no Sir you're done now yes Sir good good well congratulations you guys very well done how's it feel now that you don't have any payments hello awesome awesome operating I feel very happy this is this wonderful very cool what do you tell people the key the secret to getting out of debt is yeah we have in our written by dead and down in communicating with each other and to be in on the same page with your money people think that a budget means sacrificing any other things out when you're did not is that you do have to make sacrifices but the word but that does not equal restricts and it's just naming your money and you have to understand that okay cool very cool so how did you guys access our information you listen on podcast I assume yeah we listen to a podcast has a story to tell you about when we first met as far as how did she get into to Dave Ramsey one day when we were engaged we actually grow from Kentucky to all happened twice and from Pittsburgh to all Capital One and all those are pretty long drive and when I tell you we listen to Dave Ramsey the whole way all three times I mean we listen to Dave Ramsey the whole way and let's see you all Bruce I don't listen to me that long my gosh all over the top oh my gosh well by the time by the time you can answer all the questions right yeah yeah when they want to do financial peace of coordinator because I'm pretty good at this stuff now and a lot of practice I think so well done you guys well I hope you can lead a Clausen right there in Germany we need one there I'm sure so thanks a bunch you guys we got a copy of Chris Hogan book retire inspired for you that is the next chapter in your story to be millionaires you're well on your way and outrageously generous as you go along okay thank you Sir congratulations you two very very proud of you you guys are heroes Tim and caring from Germany nine be five thousand five hundred but over the eighteen months Megan one fifty then one hundred and one fifty brand new married and they did it counted downloads are a debt free screen hi three we the regulation you guys very very well done very well done that is fabulous Jim.

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"ramstein" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

05:18 min | 2 years ago

"ramstein" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Are joining us a forum room staying Ramstein airforce base in Germany Hey guys how are you Hey Dave welcome welcome I'm guessing you're in the military or your Air Force no Sir I'm actually retired army and now the part of the army civilian we both work for the army now okay well thank you for your service we appreciate it cool and you're calling all the way from Germany for a dead three scream yeah absolutely absurd love and how much you you paid off we paid up roughly ninety five thousand five hundred dollars very cool and how long did that take about eighteen months good for you and what was your range of income during that time well we started out of one fifty and then we decided to do a life long journey for me to come back to Germany so Kerry sacrifice to without work for three months we dropped about a hundred hundred K. and that will back up to a one on one point sixty thousand a year they're good for you guys fun so what kind of debt was is ninety five thousand five hundred dollars well well axis far but but personal loans thirty nine thousand eight hundred and stupid credit card debt and forty nine thousand three hundred students cool so what happened eighteen months ago that made you guys decide it was time to clean this mess up well I've been a long time listener stuck on stupid with money for a long time actually pay off four hundred thousand dollars before I met any we got we got married eighteen months ago so it I had told her about two of the same thing your praises and I thought I'd say we got to do this we got to be legitimate thank goodness that out of our lives okay cool so this was all her dad that she brought to the marriage because you were debt free from before okay just Sallie Mae okay so you got out of debt to him and then went back in absolutely like I said I was the king is zero percent balance balance transfers ninety days same as cash I got out of it and then went back in another hundred K. yes Sir oh my goodness okay wow so it's a one two punch than the two of you together have decided then you've cleaned up your repeat and her student loans that's good so will you borrow ever again absolutely not no Sir you're done now yes Sir good good well congratulations you guys very well done how's it feel now that you don't have any payments our from our from our mayor wearing I feel very happy there's this wonderful very cool what do you tell people the key the secret to getting out of debt is we have an a written by dead and down in communicating with each other and to be on the same page with your money people think that a budget means sacrificing any given things not when you're did not is that you do have to make sacrifices but the work but that does not equal restrict and it's just naming your money and you have to understand that okay cool very cool so how did you guys access our information you listen on podcast I assume yeah we live in a podcast sorry to tell you about when we first met as far as how did she get into to the Dave Ramsey one day when we were engaged we actually grow from Kentucky to all happened twice and from Pittsburgh to all Capital One and all those are pretty long drive and when I tell you we listen to Dave Ramsey the whole way all three times I mean we listen to Dave Ramsey the whole way and let's see you all loose I don't wanna listen to me that long my gosh why all over the top oh my gosh well by the time by the time that you could answer all the questions right yeah yeah when they want to do financial peace accord later because I'm pretty good at this stuff now I had a lot of practice I think so well done you guys well I hope you can lead a Clausen right there in Germany we need one there I'm sure so thanks a bunch you guys we've got a copy of Chris Hogan book retire inspired for you that is the next chapter in your story to be millionaires you're well on your way and outrageously generous as you go along okay thank you Sir congratulations you two very very proud of you you guys are heroes Kim and Kerry from Germany nine be five thousand five hundred but all but eighteen months Megan one fifty then one hundred and one fifty brand new married and they did it counted ballots are debt free scream we.

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"ramstein" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

06:38 min | 2 years ago

"ramstein" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Very the cab which is moderately opened up to Ramstein he a big favor and now it's basically down to a pickle minus one in some of the shops and it's moving around three points this is there some heavy money on the cab we fear and they're expecting the cowboys who were the current you know division favorite to win the NFC east actually when this came out right which is surprising after that huge win the ranch had the you know the week before thank you Philly we appreciate it our collection that's a Philly godfather vegasinsider you can go to his website the Philly godfather dot com in at the Philly godfather on Twitter she how do you see that one kind of when you look at the rams going to the cowboys cowboys obviously look terrible last week against the bears the rams playing really good football but on the road at Dallas it you know this is a spot where Jared Goff if he wants to prove we've been talking a lot about Mr biscuit proving to us whether or not he is a quarterback in the right direction on his development if a jerk off goes the Dallas plays really well this rams team gets into the playoffs I think you can kind of quiet the critics that we've heard to this point in the season kinda saying that your golf was it worth the contract and he's not a starting good a lead quarterback in the NFL they they the end of this season for the Ramsey is very interesting to me see I thought he did that against the Seahawks that is a much more difficult opponent than I think the cowboys will be for the rams now the question for me is do they have a hang over after that they went out on a national stage and jerk off the rams and I mean at no point in that game did you think they were gonna take their foot off the gas talk about a team that was clicking on all cylinders they played outstanding in that game against a very good Seahawks team and Russell Wilson one point we were talking about winning the MVP so to me I thought last week was the week that Jared Goff kinda shut everybody shut everybody up now this week and you've heard back talk well maybe not everyone has heard but I've heard dak Prescott talk about this a lot and this kind of sounds to me what the bears were doing before they started winning some games it's a must win it's contagious when you're winning the vibe in here is not right I mean you saw when you were at the game so was I but on the broadcast you could see the Dallas Cowboys were yelling and screaming at each other there's obviously friction in the locker room again something you kind of felt a little bit with this bears team and they were losing games is that was is the defense a little annoyed with the offense or vice versa what's going on you're seeing that with the cowboys they're starting to unravel everyone's talking about it all eyes are on this team all the time this is a game where the cowboys need to win they have to win this game otherwise it's going to get blown up in Jerry world and so for me I think the ram they're gonna come to play they're gonna play well the question is can the cowboys play up to that same caliber like the roster says should they should be able to and you were one hundred percent right shade because the other crazy thing in this entire kata cowboys season is the fact that they're in first place in their division so like all you have to do is put together a couple nice which your already a playoff team right now and then you know you mentioned the talent that they have if they get into the right situation playing well well there's no excuses well this is also a team that I wouldn't completely rule out like of all the teams were counted like I would feel more comfortable about being a cowboys fan today than I would rate being being a bears fan it's more about the embarrassing embarrassment that it is what the record is because that division is just so god awful right now it's terrible I mean they're up front but they still really good they're still going to be I know team it's crazy let's go do drain Seattle listening on the tune in app it's Chris Blankenship poplar in for David Kaplan today on ESPN one thousand you can call us at three one two three three two three seven seven six train Seattle you're on ESPN one thousand what's up Jerry you know this is not a crazy crazy season right are very ready to burn my bears here put it back put it back on it or is it you know this year everything but here's the thing right now here's where I'm at Sunday everything needs to be laid out all the feel I mean if somebody dies out there that's cool is problematic but not bitterly OBGYN off figure to somebody leaves a foot out there I mean this is the Packers for tray what what is his play also although you know on this hypothetical they'd be to leave everything on the field they need to win this game I'm used to live full is the Packers playoffs this season I mean this is a good check time for quote drugs that topic this is good check hi they need to really win this game because this this says a lot about our mac coaching you know if we can quote should Mitchell briskly to win this game if he has a good game plan he was ready to play if the team is doing new things I mean this game is huge I don't know what what what would you put the game on the on the scale of how big it is for repairs but to me they have to really win this game here at meeting after late everything out on the grill thank you thank you for the culture I would put it on the scale of lose this foot big they this is if you lose that fought on the field I think that's how big this contest given to drain the living in Seattle he's in the NFC up there any still stay with the bears I'll give it to a question burning his Jersey a little bit of violence with straight that's okay what big that's not so big this contest is going to call in in Vegas listing on the tune in app what's up con I don't have everybody hi Colin our area were great styles yeah I would love to be drinking this accuracy whiskey that sound let's just but you know I I'm I I got it I got to put it back because of course the bears could do amazing things they absolutely code five you know it's like I was saying now it it's just been up and down such an up and down season and we had such high hopes and you know it your bottom line yeah they they got to go out there and when they got to go out in because they can't they after that the Packers are beautiful clean but they can also get the votes what you're not you're not by interbase yet you need to see more no ma'am okay no ma'am no ma'am now I want to but you know I I've been full too many times before with the likes of you know Craig Krenzel you know err Kramer way back when yeah I tell you one in listen need some on the show specifically we've we've done a lot of the there's haters entre misty and.

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"ramstein" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"ramstein" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Parties, downs rice, over here, too. And that makes a song like. Stein's creepy. Eighteen year old Henry Schultz, Ramstein superfan who sees how right wing nationalism is tearing Europe's unity sooner Chicago's goes fighting of to two. I think of myself as a European who is also Germans, we're go to my parents told me about growing up in a divided country. My grandparents told me about the war, I'm proud to live in the European Union. I've learned, it's a place where we work together with others, instead of fighting alone German. Mom acre. Peter Beyer sees how working together in post-war alliances remade, his country, Germany, as stance today would not be there without the permission support. But others after the allies, defeated the Nazi regime, the US helped rebuild Germany's devastated economy through the Marshall plan, I love the United States of America always wanted to go there. We spent a lot of. Vacation in the USA and for the past year buyer has been coordinator of transatlantic cooperation in Chancellor Angela Merkel government we thought it was a given thing. Everything's going smoothly. Transatlantic relations were for NATO, then came Donald Trump. He called NATO obsolete and complain loudly and repeatedly about Germany, not paying its fair share of defense costs. He declared that German car exports hurt the US and accused Chancellor Merkel of ruining her country by allowing in my grits. The strangest best this president of this narrative vocal about staying. There are. Different started approach that it's a very nasty. Donald Trump, like the populist politicians rising in Europe, has denounced, globalization word.

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"ramstein" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

03:27 min | 3 years ago

"ramstein" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"You can hear this can I hear from the patriot fans in the audience. Just one dude. I'm just a single guy here from behalf. The patriots thing that that the patriots are for the lack of a better phrase the Buffalo Bills team that you faced in AFC east is making it in multiple years. Obviously the bills never one one in the patriots have won multiple. But it's just an interesting sort of parallel that we can draw here for this match up. It is crazy when you think about internet was the first one is the buffalo has all experienced guys only have the experience same thing. They're saying about the Rams, but it didn't matter though that. Yeah. Well, well, it did. But it couldn't in you know, it's like Mona Ramstein fun playing with a total guys. Listen, you know, everybody makes all know about experienced football football football is football. Now, you're going twenty yard in a twenty yard. If I'm doing it in a regular game. I'm doing it in the playoff. I'm doing any front. Y'all are Super Bowl a twenty yard in as you say all that stuff. But then you get in games. You start re the heart man, I was like maybe for bolan just football radius, some different, you know, Marshall said he wants he passed out almost in his first Super Bowl came out of the tunnel. Let's go let's go all kissy. He almost passed out on the turn exerts exhaust. It what it is you. So you can be hype before games, suitable. You know, it does something to your exhausted in the first series. Either so hard we just play one series and you'll breathe the heart. And you gotta be careful of you never gone. And that's what the Rams got to be careful with with because you gotta manage your emotions early on you have to manage because of not patriots, man. They'll get a couple of quick scores in there, and you'll be down fourteen zero before you know, it they have to manage Jerry motion and understand you're going to be height. A you have to try to concentrate a focus with that Michael Irvin here on the rich Eisen show three times SuperBowl champion hall of Famer. And the man at the other end of the set on game day morning every single Sunday. I love this man known him from my wedding. This man was at my wedding an MIT of my wife's sitting there in an electric blue tuxedo. It's a fact century book. It was fact fact fact that we were all together that day and or day does. That day and whose daughter's baby naming so right? I love Michael Irvin baby named ceremony. So we got we got love rich, and you had a great opening line yet a great opening line when the rabbi. And I tell them, you know, all my life people have been calling me Irving and Irwin and all of that. So you know, that's why I'm Jewish. The whole just last. And you were part of the NFL network media night last night, a lot of great energy last night and for fourth straight year, the rich Eisen show correspondent for our media day back in the day when he first started and media night last night. I'd like to bring up and put the band back together from when you were on the stage together at Super Bowl fifty way back in the day four years ago, put your hands together for JB's move. Everybody. Con..

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"ramstein" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

13:27 min | 3 years ago

"ramstein" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"With two of these franchises seeing as he coached them or one of the two teams. They're only Super Bowl championship. I was thinking about getting a on last week when the three teams coach we're all in the elite eight of the National Football League. I got confidence teams will do. Well, maybe we're going to hold off until next week. Former coach the Rams and sheets and eagles and all time. Great decriminalize joins us here on CBS sports radio. Coach Jody McCarron New York. How you doing Jody? I'm doing fine. Thank you. How are you? Very good house two thousand nine hundred and treat you so far super couldn't be any better. I'm just getting a little older, but I'm still enjoying life still enjoying life and a an occasional glass of wine. You bet for meal wine that is exactly. Right. Coach former coach in Rams and chiefs, I guess your routing designations apparently easy to figure out in today's action. Yes, they are. They're pretty well. Defined though have an assistant coach Peter gentle coaching coaching the secondary for New Orleans was my defensive coordinator at the Rams in my secondary coach at the chief. So I have a little sympathy for him. But I'm still rooting the Rams all the way. Understood when you won the championship put the greatest show on turf. A key guy for that offense was Marshall walk. I see a lot of Marshall Faulk in Todd Gurley. Do you see the comparison of your superstar back with the present day ram superstar back? I do I think so. Yeah, they're both good. Runners a great daylight runners. Allusive at great speed top end speed. You know, I think they're very comparable players whether he will continue to end up in the hall of fame like marshal Foch did. I don't know. He's going to contend for you can bet that. Yeah. Marceau's kind of set the bar little high for died to be. It would not be surprised now when you want the Rams that was the Saint Louis Ramstein cinch move back out to LA town. No, you're pretty familiar vote. You spent your years out there coaching the Bruins and the like how much would a championship in the National Football League meanness to the city of LA. Do you think? Well, I think it would mean a lot to the ram organization. You know, I started coaching the Los Angeles Rams in nineteen sixty nine. Seventy one seventy two seventy three before once UCLA as head coach in seventy four. So I know the feeling of the crowd, I they can get involved. I think you're a little harder to hang onto year in year out because you got to win. There's so many things Iran pan out there. Southern california. Can do you know that they can go skiing or couple of hours, then go to the ocean? Minutes may fall teams play basketball teams play. So they can they can be easily distracted. If you're not winning. But I, you know, STAN Kroenke done a great job with the organization there. And when they get that new stadium. I you know, winning Bill still lit up. That right. And supposedly it's going to be a great stadium is well, I hope you make it out there. When the Rams Christian. It may be they'll be two time champions by the time that rolls around. I know you're you're coaching days with likes of Ranjha waterskiing. Kurt warner. You liked a thinking man's quarterback? We've got the all time greats today in drew Brees. And Tom Brady is one of the two better. When it just comes down to the mental aspect of the game in your mind. I don't think. So I think they're both positive reflections of their coaches their head coaches, you know, Brady and Belichick. Nobody does it any better than those two guys not in the history of the league. And it seems like they they haven't lost anything to continue to do it. So you know, and then Andy Reid with this young guy. Drew Brees was Sean my God. But you still have to give the edge to build check overall in in great quarterback combination. Great head coach combination the end results of all those wins. Now, they've been there a lot. Andy Reid been there done that went to a super went to a lot of championship games. Sean Payton the same with a win. Bella check with his five new territory for Sean McVeigh, if the coaching called you during the week and said coach how do I best prepare for a championship game? I've never done anything like this before. Would you tell the tell him the key elements are getting a team rider? For a championship Sunday. Well, I don't forget how you got there. You know, you have been a pretty good job all year long. Don't don't all of a sudden move off your plan in your approach and your preparation? I think I challenge your players a little bit. I think I'd say what guy in this room is played their best game. Not one of them would stand up and say he did. So he's all right. It's time for to play the best game your career if we're going to go on from here. One guy each one of you collectively have to play the best game of your career. You do that. We'll win the football game Dicker meal joining us here on CBS sports radio. Coach the fact that these poor teams have played each other during the year patriots beat the chiefs in Foxborough last second field goal. Saints beat the Rams in in New Orleans where they play today that can be both a plus and a minus. I'm sure you had rematches from postseason regular season where your team had one earlier in the year had lost earlier in the year. How do you play it both ways? If you got the victory earlier, do you just double down and do a lot of the same stuff or do you have to change things up because yet work, but might not work a second time, if you lost how much can you learn from how much does the fact that both of these teams have played each other before factor into today's game. Well, I you've had a great opportunity to study the individual physical match-ups, you know, football is a combat sport. Okay. It's not a contact sport combat sport. And you've had the opportunity to watch your players in combat with the opponent. And I think that gives you an opportunity, you know, equal to both sides. But give you an opportunity say where strength was the weakest was what you didn't debate dissipate. The first time you've played that mistakes, you made that might have made a difference in the first first time you've played in it gives you time and the guy that makes the best adjustments. And I think assimilates most of the positive things a little bit better than the opponent probably gonna win the football game. And the other thing is the guy that plays a smart team. That takes the ball away doesn't give it away. How much is home field advantage meaning a game? Like this for the saints in chief? I think is big I think it's big they normally say the gambler say what three point three point something points. Right. I think when you go to New Orleans just probably a five point advantage Kansas City. I think is probably five point advantage as well. It's Kansas City is like playing the dome when they're fired up. It is a loud loud crowds gonna be cold. But you know, New England used to the cold do. So I don't think I I think the home field advantage is going to be big Dame's fair enough camellias on CBS sports radio. I coach you get to the championship game. Balkanise all these teams have outstanding seasons and earned their way. Here they had to do a lot right to get where they're at in this big game. DNA DNA Sapir sleeve d need a trick. Play. Is this the week where have you been saving? It. You've been taken about it didn't midseason and Sean Payton rolled out the. Fourth-down fake punt last week, which he made work for them with his backup to Boyd QB back. Jack-of-all-trades guy, Mr. hill is this the kind of game where you're going to show off the thing you've been holding onto or are the stakes just too big to take a chance with a play like that. No. I think each team will come up with something. They haven't done the other thing. I think this kind of game is one your big star player has to come up with a big star play. All right for me and the Super Bowl member. Is you Bruce and the second half catching the big win for the touchdown. Okay. Someone has to come up with the big play bigger. You're gonna have a hard time winning four yards of their time in this game. You're someone's going to have to get all of a sudden, boom, they get the big score or the big interception of the big fumbled pickup run or the good kick return. You know, I think that could be the decider coach eight to do this to you. But way back when that Brady guy one is first Super Bowl against the Saint Louis Rams. Coached by dick per meal. And lo these many years later, there's the possibility next week that it's the patriots Rams again if the patriots find a way to win Brady gets his six Belgian gets his six any chance Brady says, well, I've come full circle. I beat the Rams to started. I'll beat the Rams Dan did and he walks away from the game. I don't believe so. Ready for what he says, you know, I don't think he's impulsive conversation guy. I think he says things that really define what he thinks over long periods of time. And I think he wins or loses you'll be back playing next year you, and I agree on that one. I just asking that. It'll be fun. Right. You called the NFL a combat sport, which I love that word, which I agree with, but it's less combat than it used to be. They changed the world certainly from when you first came into the league. Even when you when you championship with the Rams they seem to change the rules Richmond. The protection of the players or they want one more offense only those guys at Park Avenue. No for sure why they do what they do is. The game is good as it used to be. Is it better? Is it just different? How has the game changed for a guy? Like you over the last twenty five thirty years. Well, I think it's more explosive. It's more explosive. The wide receivers are allowed your for your downfield. Now, they're protected you don't see safeties launching and going through the air and knocking the helmet off a wide receiver catching the ball. Therefore, there are more receivers making great pass Reshef since obey. Then at any time in the history of the game. Everybody every game at somebody making an unbelievable catch that ten years ago. You didn't see anybody make you know? And it's just a remarkable. I think that's the biggest improvement in the game is the receiver catching the ball. When he's covered. Busy isn't gonna got the living. Hell mocked out of it. You're going to get speared any didn't getting broken in half. But he's gonna get tackled and knocked down. Yes. But I think that is opened up the passing game. It's freed up the mind and the wind was wide receiver going across the middle catching the ball. Not looking all over for the guy knocking his helmet off. You know? So I think that has opened up the scoring in the game and the movement of the ball, and it's made it a little more exciting for the fans, and the TV ratings are up is it better. Not sure we we don't want it to become show business. Exactly. Yeah. I was going to ask you has the lesson physicality. It certainly lends itself to more scoring and more exciting plays in the light. But you and I. I'm a couple of years younger than you. But you and I both obscene football for a long time. It's just not saying game. We grew up on. No, it's not, you know, pass rushers are very hesitant. When they get close to the quarterback. Am am I free to go ahead and hit him? I can't launch. I can't put my helmet down. I can't put my arm up by walking because I might hit the helmet all these different things, you know, change games in one call in a game today. One call. That could be made today that wouldn't have been called a few years ago can change your. Yup, it's happened in the playoffs already. So all that. You know? I just I I just think we gotta be careful given the officials too many things to call and the game is moves so fast. And the other thing is, you know, they don't fight the small ring any more spread all over the field with four receivers and all this kind of stuff. No backs back village spread all over and you give the official so many things to call. Every once in a while it makes mistakes that cost somebody a football game. Empties the saints in pats come up short the Rams and ordered the chiefs win and a call comes from an executive and owner of one of those two teams and say coach we'd love to have you with us for the Super Bowl any chance you go to Atlanta two weeks from now. And no, I'm not planning on it. And I'm gonna be on vacation with my two brothers in Key West Florida time when we plan for a long time, and they have to fly fly in one from the west coast one from Cincinnati. So I can't very well. Walk out. All right. I'll be I'll be watching it from key west. He's a loyal employee. But he's a better, brother. Sorry. We got family plans. I can't be making it to the Super Bowl. Why am I not surprised coach great catching up with the end? Your your time down in Florida. And you're the games today. And I'm on the chiefs in the patriots. I'll be rooting what you bug take care. Bye. Bye. Bye. Thank god. That is dick for meal here with us. 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"ramstein" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"ramstein" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Five days. I would say we lived here came with everything because when we met act Germany, they told us his end of duty tore was August of thirteen. And so they told me when I they released me from the hospital about four hours after I gave birth to how to go home, and pack, and they said, you have you have to pack like you're not ever coming back. And I knew that we would probably not have household goods shipments August or September. And we'd probably wouldn't actually get our stuff here till October side to pack for, you know, six months for me to kids whatever he needed. Flew back to Germany. The house off, and we got orders to Langley. You're listening to home away from home. The Fisher house story brought to you by fisherhouse dot org with your host Mary. Walter from Washington DC. Fisher house when we got here it was almost automatic. When we got to Walter Reed. There was a Master Sergeant who I believe has was as a liaison between the Fisher house and the air force. He met me at the on the tarmac at the ambulance when we got off aircraft and said that they were going to get Jeremy situated in the Nick you, and he would meet me there, and then take me to the house, and I remember flying to the state's thinking, I don't know where we're going to stay. I'm going to be living in the Nikki right next. I really didn't know the air force medical team. And at Ramstein set it all up, so when she landed with German, they already had taken care of it only landed here miss Jill. They've had to take care of some kind of me. We sat down you have dinner in this very room. There's families or five different families, and you kind of bring together Swisher problem because everyone's here for a reason. I was a little boy who always said that people use southern I I don't think that he. I think that he's has somebody had. And he was getting. The I'll just I always think it's so funny to me how kind of comes full circle..

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