19 Burst results for "Semper Fidelis"

"semper fidelis" Discussed on Jocko Podcast

Jocko Podcast

06:08 min | 2 months ago

"semper fidelis" Discussed on Jocko Podcast

"And then all the sudden the light comes on and then you find out there like well, yeah. I did have an uncle that was in Vietnam now what you think about it. Then, the connecting file gets there and when the connecting fouls, their pride disciplined desire motivation, it transcends that uniform. And you get that passion and then it's never about the money. Never bought them wanting it is about full filling promise. The same promise that we make us men and women today and that uniform swear to each other. Allows people like you and I don't wear the uniform in the cloth the nation anymore. Allows me to sit back at night. And say. That if they still follow the code. They still built the same way and put them on the conveyor belt to do that. They're going to spit out the best way I can fighting man and woman. The world is still ever seen and don't anybody ever forget that it's not just guys up on our planes in nineteen, forty, four, her coming out of landing craft those news out there today are the most lethal things that you can put on the battlefield. So United States somebody wants to test a borders or somebody wants to poke us try to do that. You keep poking the bear on their you keep poking the bear just watch the eagle fly over take a dump on your head. When Eagle does that boom we bring a lot of things behind as well Don't. Know what else to say hasn't been already said he said thank you. It's been my pleasure today. Don't thank you for coming on. More important. Obviously thanks for your service. Thanks what you did for the country for the Marine Corps and like I. Said Thank you. Thank you for. Continuing deserve by working to bring these heroes home and truly living up to the words. SEMPER FIDELIS. Banks Justin. Thank you. And with that. Just in the hugh has left the building. Awesome honor to be able to talk to him. and. Another reminder that. We all have more work to do. More work to do to continue to be better. More work to do. To. Live an honorable life the stay on the Path Echo Charles. What do you got for us to stay on the path while we'RE GONNA So didn't know that we're on the path. That's a big one. Before though before we go into. Hearing his door actually a lot of these stories or whatever. But for some reason may because it was like so long and it made me like contemplate the whole time where it's like a reminder for us who didn't go to war, you know who's not in the military necessarily we just kind of. Cruising here. And You know that thought is like Dang was going on at like that's what you know because you dates and you're like I remember what I was doing two thousand three I remember that what I was doing and you kind of flashed to men. That's what he was doing at that time and you can make that little comparison. It's man it's like a it's a big eye opener especially when you drill down to it not hey, that's what he was doing in. August or in March but when you say, Oh, on that day at that moment in time. He was going into A. BLOWN OUT A. Trying to recover bodies under fire like that's what he was doing at that moment. So yeah, is definitely some definitely. When you get even more specific with it. Yeah and it's the broad one is. The same way you think Oh in two thousand and three. What was equatorial? What was I doing in two thousand, three, hundred this here. I was hoping I'd get to go over you know and he's in the battle and. So. and you know you need to take that one step further and it's like right now there's people out holding the line and there's people prepping to do operations, people doing operations. And you know it's not just military operations either. You know there's someone that just found out that. They their kid has cancer like there's all these things are happening right now and you'll the big thing and we talked about it briefly is that an av just who apparently was lost off the coast of California here and I was. Very similar thought pattern. This morning for me I see that in the news and I I mean, I've been out there. Right next to the eighties doing work with them I. Know that the weather's good sunny day it's a beautiful day. This is southern California in a monster. You know it's a nightmare for For the those marines in that unit and their families and it's just Yeah really makes you think about where we where you are and what you're doing and are you on the right path. Fully. So, yes. So make the most of it. You know kind of kind of that old thing make the most of it. Every once a while unite like you'll get injured like something that'll take you out like for you know like a month like a month or more recovery time owner so that for that month, he can't really do certain if not like a lot of things. And then when you finally heal up in, are able to do it. You have that like appreciation for just every day stuff It's like that's kind of like thinking about these things I found. Kind of just rejuvenates that appreciation. Yeah. Yeah. No doubt about it. No. Doubt about it. You know also I don't think I mentioned this during the podcast but. Four. If. You want to support. The recovery of.

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"semper fidelis" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:32 min | 5 months ago

"semper fidelis" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"To appoint is this is a marine corps four star general I have a general who have great respect for general mass general manage is the living embodiment of the marine corps motto semper fidelis secretary Mattis is devoted his life to serving his country he led that is solved but does it operation desert Strom I think he's a terrific person he's doing a fantastic job dog plays no games he's a man of honor man of devotion the American people are fortunate that a man of this character and integrity will now be the civilian later atop the department of defense yeah so up he liked a lot today well is it nineteen hours ago now Donald Trump tweet probably the only thing Barack Obama and I have in common is that we both had the honor of firing Jim Mattis the world's most over rated general I asked for his letter of resignation and felt great about it not true his nickname was chaos which I did not like and changed it to Mad Dog his primary strength was not military but rather personal public relations I gave him a new life thanks to do battles to win but he seldom robbed.

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"semper fidelis" Discussed on Veteran On the Move

Veteran On the Move

11:56 min | 7 months ago

"semper fidelis" Discussed on Veteran On the Move

"So sage next topic would like to cover is the importance of integrity in a leader. Yeah I I guess This really hit me again going back to my days as a as a Midshipman one more instructors was a marine and always a Korean War veteran might have been World War Two veteran as well but in any event as one of those times when when the instructor can kind of get off subject to talk about what we were there for which was to go out as a second lieutenants are insincere and lead sailors marines and his words were still with me and he said some of those who choose to come in the Marine Corps may find yourself in a situation where you're giving orders that will cause the men that you're leading to die and it isn't asking too much of you that they perceive you to be a man of integrity and just hit me and I thought you know that's yeah they make and then later in combat. I thought John I'm on orders from from other people. Do I consider them to be men of integrity and is just? It can't be a thing of well. I don't think your personal tech you're not going to carry out your order but it certainly makes it eat that easier to say. I'm willing to put my life on the line because I believe that. This leader is a person of integrity and so that always stayed with me so in a talk given on leadership about Would lead should be. I say that they should be leaders of morality as well as integrity and the question comes up. What was the difference between Morality and integrity? And then I asked the question. What do you think get different answers? And I said well let me share with you. A book called Rushworth kidder. Called how good people make tough decisions and his position is that morality is a choice between right and wrong. Good and bad Con Easy to distinguish sometimes difficult to carry out. The you know the right thing but it's you know black white you know find you know. There's a line between the two. The challenges that ethics is a choice between right and right and all you get puzzled. Looks right and right. How can you have a choice between right? And he said well think about this Kidder said that It's life. We have a kind of a constant ethical dilemma in four different areas and those areas are justice versus mercy honesty versus loyalty short-term benefit versus long-term benefit the good of the individual versus the good of the group on each one of those were comparing or having to choose between not right and wrong but right and right and that's what makes it so difficult. It's the ethical dilemma. Because whatever right that you choose the back of your mind is the fact that you rejected another right. So did you choose the the correct writer and I assure fans on you know honesty versus loyalty. You know how many of us have ever been in that situation class classmate loyalty you know you. Don't rat on a friend and all those things but but ours were supposed to also be pupil. Honesty of honor Justice versus mercy. How many of your parents nominee have run up against that of of ensuring that your child goes up to be a person of integrity But understands that there's got to be justice but to do so without breaking the spirit or will that child says got to be the mercy part of that as well and then the long term versus short term. You know we understand that. And then of course the good of the vendor vigil versus the good of the Group. All of these are rights. They all begin our start with the you know the good of the benefit of So that's that's the challenge. How do you get that? You know that's not. Don't you through training? That's done through education. That's done through the way we were raised. You know what's Okay and what's not. Okay it's reinforced by the culture. In which relocated Marine Corps culture has motto Semper Fidelis. Semper always not when I get around to it or one is when is okay or when you know. It's it's convenient it's always. It's the basis for any relationship of of permanence and then fidelity faithful honest loyal. All of those things that are necessary that We want I said the dollar is a term. We don't use much these days but during the past it was a fairly common term. In fact we used to name our dogs. Fido rid of fidelity fight on the that the loving caring that the companion that that faithful Loyal the being that we have with US final and then remind people that know cat has ever been named. Fido which is kind of apology to cat. Lovers cut up. But that's the the idea that you have these challenges and to be a person integrity means that you you make the right call and the desk developed through education through the things that we read the culture in which the people that we stronger sauce with. Are you surrounded by people that that you see also people of Integrity? That that you're comfortable with that you know are going to make the right call on it you. You would not feel ashamed to say. Gee I made this call because You know I just thought that was not not that big a deal. I mean all. These things are necessary in the development of leaders and But especially that role of integrity. Who wants to follow a person without integrity? You know what are the value of his or her decisions that are going to cause us to put our lives on the line and so the leader just has to have integrity and in my mind absolutely. It's a good stopping. We're GONNA take a quick break Quebec. If you've got business travel coming up vacation time or going on leave. Now's the time to make your reservations for Spring and summer travel with American forces. Travel serving you in helping your military family. American forces travel is an exclusive website and a deity partnership with priceline powered by priceline and built for veterans and active duty. American forces. Travel can save you money on flights. Cars and hotels support your branch of military at the same time. Active Duty Reserve veterans and more can use this restricted website. You'll save money on flights cars hotels and on top of that travel company commissions. Go to your service branch to be reinvested into your military community so checkout American forces travel at veteran the move dot com slash travel. And see for yourself. That's veteran on the move dot com slash. Travel bag with sage subject. Matter is imports of tasty in a leader. So I have to say I never realized that the dog named Fido was a derivative of fidelity. Until you said that but I guess it makes total sense with the unwavering loyalty of Docs Ohio and and the dog lovers out there. We'll all that I mean you know that. Faithful companion that wakes up in the morning and he just can't wait to to make you happy. Oh God what a what a wonderful being you know. Dogs are and how grateful that God made them in that that the dog chose to be on on our side of the hugh the split between animals and humans absolutely so what other Do you have some examples of tough decisions that you may you've made in your life in regards to write versus rate? I'll I'll share with you. An example of of one that Things kind of emergency. I was at headquarters. Marine Corps Got A call from General Krulak my dearest friend and he had this situation he said this is a heck of a story. The story goes back to World War. Two and there's an Irish lad from Chicago was in the army when off to to England in preparation for the the big invasion and fall in love with the IRS girl and The Gut Murray conceived a child he went off and fought came back. The marriage Fell apart so they got divorced and he came back to Chicago in one thousand nine hundred sixty six the mother because of the troubles that are taking place in an Ireland context. Father and says listen on this kind of dangerous spotter. Would you mind if we sent our son To live with you at Chicago and the father said sure no problem so the sun shows up kicks around for a while gets bored and decides to join the Marine Corps nineteen sixty six. If you joined the Marine Corps. There was one place that you could be fairly certain you're going to go. And that was Vietnam Right. So he's about to ship out and he says Gee I probably ought to call my mother and told her about this Hide and listen. I I got kind of bored. Here's Soy Joined the Marine Corps. She said you what I didn't send you the United States. You could join the Marine Corps and go into into dangerous situation. You get your little Irish but backyard. Harlan immediately and so he does he. He deserts background so and is now she would assist about nineteen ninety one or so maybe a ninety two and There's a wedding in Chicago. They're going to fight. All the relatives. Include this individual. Who's no ma'am issues up in immigration and a pops up deserter. So they take him away and change to the dude adjudicator whose General Krulak in Quantico. So they bring him in and and is he's bad shaven so generally calls me and says what do you think about this? Is that the Guzman Bad Chevy said a couple of heart attacks. He's not survive prisoners of but my lawyer just saying I got hammered the sky. You've got a standard example for for the rest of the ring card is I'm Kinda Kinda wondering you know. What what do you think about this and joy swear to God? That immediately in my mind was a palm not a poem but a Soliloquy that sister Marilyn my freshman year in high school made us memorize in was from the merchant of Venice and it was with Porsche's saying the quality of mercy is not strained it dropped with as a gentle rain from heaven upon the place.

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"semper fidelis" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"semper fidelis" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Nation among them the wonderful Washington post he composed the great March inspired by a name for the marine corps model semper fidelis align phrase that means always faithful then an enterprising promoter named David Blakely convince user to leave the marines and go on tour with his own Sousa band Blakely assume financial risk and guaranteed a salary of four times over what he had been making the band succeeded beyond Blakely's wildest expectations and lasted for thirty nine years he had an uncanny knack for pleasing and surprising audiences everywhere his range was astonishing he was presenting music from Richard Wagner ten years before it was performed at the Metropolitan Opera and because he knew the people wanted at a jazz the repertoire as well he didn't care much for jazz calling it music that made you want to go home and like your grandmother Susan suggested that his sopranos had to be gifted but they also have to be pretty is instrumental soloists were superb but they also had to be crowd pleasers he drove himself to the point of physical exhaustion and in later years when everyone believed he had every right to slow down he said when you hear of Sousa retiring you will hear of Sousa dead between the band success and the royalties on his compositions.

Trump emphasizes U.S. military might at "Salute to America"

Mac and Gaydos

03:58 min | 1 year ago

Trump emphasizes U.S. military might at "Salute to America"

"In an extraordinary display of military might the president has wanted for quite some time and president trump is delivering the speech that he said he would deliver but it's a non partisan speech honoring primarily the military all branches of the military including a branch you said is soon to come the space force in November of seventeen seventy five the Continental Congress created two battalions of a new kind of warrior one who kept it would protect our ships and sailors and be at home both the show and the mast with musket in hand versatility was proven in the war of independence when two hundred and thirty four continental marines conducted their first amphibious ready capturing the British supply of gunpowder in cannons at fort Dassel ever since marines have fought in every American war there legend is grown and grown and grown with each passing year it was the marines who won America's first overseas battle vanquishing Barbary pirates on the shores of Tripoli there are highs stiff collar which shielded them from the pirate sword earned them the immortal name Leatherneck it was the marines who after two long days about March through the halls of Montezuma it was the marines you took heavy casualties to kick the Kaiser's troops out of Belleau wood in World War one earning the title devil dogs and it was the marines who raised the flag on the black sands of Iwo Jima the Jews soon reservoir J. son from Helmand representing that have struck will just switch into the hearts of our children to serve as a result ways lead the way after the nineteen eighty three marine barracks bombing in Beirut which claimed the lives of two hundred and forty one great US servicemen when the commandant of the marine corps came to visit his hospital sergeant Nash and had to feel for the general scholar he wanted to feel his four stars he could not see and he could not speak he signaled for pen and paper and with shaking hands he wrote two words semper fi semper fidelis always faithful burns in the soul of every marine a sacred promise the car has kept since the birth of our country they are the elite masters of air and land and sea or on battlefields all across the globe they are the United States marines the marine corps today will be a brand new V. H. ninety two soon to serve as marine one along with two V. twenty two ospreys from the famed HMX

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"semper fidelis" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

09:04 min | 1 year ago

"semper fidelis" Discussed on No Agenda

"Take. Human. But at the end of date backing him backing Coban. At the end of the day at the end of the day, John if someone wants to get anyone they can get him. At the end of the day. You've got karma. Version at the end of the show lined up. Cer- Cal lavender blossoms who's coming in with two hundred thirty dollars and fifty six cents. Please wish I happy birthday to my twenty four year old mill fee wife, Janet, thirty forty four. Also Sempe Semper Fidelis to all my jar head brothers out there or Cal of lavender witches website again, lavender, blossoms dot org. I was just talking last night to somebody at the wedding. And you if you want if you have arthritis or paying your hands or something try the stuff out, lavender, blossoms dot org. Thanks cow. Yeah. And you're simplify, sir. Dennis goad in Bettendorf, Iowa, two three four five six great meet up into moins. Thank sir. Ben riggers for organizing going bizzare. Bizzare Tennessee for all the food the. Oh, yeah. Yeah. And check the next name who was there. Thanks to Ramsey Kane for the great swag free. Everyone was there was gross. It was great. Thanks him in the key for taking time out of your weekend. Jingles Okarma tennis goad Dennis right net. Conclude are well-wishers our executive producer associated executive producers in the meet up members showed up the complete list and wanna thank them all for supporting the show. No agenda show. Number one fifteen. We had a great time. And I look forward to more meet ups as John said, we have the big awesome Texas meeting meet up coming the Saturday. But this one was particularly special because so many people came from recently large distances just to be here. And there's a lot of excitement, and it was just a great crowd. And besides us meeting everybody, I think everyone else enjoyed meeting each other. So hopefully, we'll we'll do another one in Iowa in the in the future and no agenda. No agenda people that go to these meters. And start to meet each these even though you don't beat everybody. Meet a lot of them. They get along famously and sometimes you end up with a situation like local one up. Michigan. They have meet ups like every month and just the create their own little groups and just airing social operation. So the and this plenty of producers here in Iowa itself, and they many of them were there. So I think that they could certainly have their own local wha one, but again, which is really nice to have everybody flow in and two local local to I'm sorry, this we know who owns local one it'll be local to Cork's Union Station. I going to put up with this sort of thing we will be back on Thursday for another episode of the best podcast in the universe. You're more than welcome to support the work. Please consider doing that. Slash and are now well up to speed on a lot of what's going on. You can take that propagates formula is this we go out his people in. You got. Oh, I haven't update. Okay. We were talking about the douchebag reporting from Tucker Carlson regarding Kerama, ding, the screaming and vomiting combo s- crime, which is supposedly takes place when you smoke too much weed, and this has an actual name cannabinoid, hyper MRs syndrome, C H S, and I called bullshit on at the first time. I called bullshit on the second time that we came up, particularly because I don't know what. Tucker Carlson's problem is with with weed, but he has such disdain for it. But he was very specific him and his staff Dr this came from smoking too much weed. That's that's the way you recall it as well. John. That is the way I recall it. Now, I want to interject here that there have been some instances in certain states. Although I think this may be exaggerated to where people have too much too many edibles because while it takes two hours before they take affect after. Now, nothing happens more. And then now still nothing happened. So I take more in the next thing. You know, they had three three of our producers Email me, and they all had very similar notes, you're mocking this. It's true. It is true. I had it. I was screaming and puking I lost thirty five pounds. It was the most horrible experience ever. And like what had never heard of this. I it's in an I am a daily pretty much daily smoker of the flower. Thirty five pounds with this went on for weeks, a week's okay, I figured out. What's going on? This is not repeat not from people smoking weed. This is from people who dab and now I understand the problem. And if you don't know what dabbing is dabbing is an extraction world, say smoking wax, essentially THC acts, which is blacks, which is hash or they call a wax. But it's hash oil, which is extracted using butane. So it's butane hash oil extracts, people all seem pro pain now to to extract it, and this is an I've I've had some of this. I've smoked some wax. And I was like this is not we'd this is like some chemical. It means incredibly strong, and it's not pleasurable. But I think that there's this. There's this contingent of people who really love this this chemically tree. Heated Mero hash oil hemp oil. Can I stop please did all three producers send you pretty much the same note ended all three producers imbibe through this method? Yes. And the none of our smoking. I mean to me smoking dope. Smoking weed smoke in the refer any of these things has been tales making a small cigarette. And then smoking it like as as if it was something cigarette. Like, yes. And that's to me is smoking in. This is this is the this is like the district cocaine and crack. Yeah. In a way, that's more. This is typically, and if you wanna know where a lot of these so-called vape pen explosions, come from a lot of the Dabur 's, you know, us very high powered battery vape systems known as Mods which can be very dangerous if you know if they don't have protection of for overload. And they put a little bit of the wax there on the coil. And then they, you know, then it heats it up because of the the essentially the short circuit, you're creating with lithium ion battery, and then that is inhaled, but that's not the same as marijuana. So regardless of whether it's coming from some cannabinoid product, it is not repeat not from smoking weed, and so which even which makes Tucker Carlson's report even stupider especially because he had a doctor there. It is true that a hot shower helps and there's you know, and and it and people do have severe reaction to it, which this sort of practice should be discouraged by Tucker Carlson tonight used as evidence against the whole everything. Exactly, very die. Consider that to be dishonest reporting. There is one other thing that one of our producers sent this any says what's happening now is in California growers. You know, there's all kinds of rules and regular. Nations. So if they have moldy marijuana or stuff that may be the caterpillars they apparently have a Caterpillar issue, and they're eating up all of the. Yeah. The crops. So then these growers when they can't sell them into the official market. They will basically hand them off to the extractors the be h O butane hash oil extractors, which then ends up in the vape cartridges, which are legal to buy any. Oh, and then you've got some contaminated shit that you're inhaling again through through vaporizer people. Just get the flower. Just that's that's the way it was intended didn't lead anything extra just the flour. And you're right. Roll it up, and that's the way to go. All this other stuff is I think you're playing with your life, and I cannot recommend it.

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"semper fidelis" Discussed on Mile Hi Radio

Mile Hi Radio

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"semper fidelis" Discussed on Mile Hi Radio

"How can I do this wrong papers rockets dumper if I ever read one s plans during dollars? The lady at ended up breakfast cereal contests. Hey, little one we struggle. We strive. We think we have succession is grasping turns out draw. Why? And that's concludes the dialogue except for one thing. Of course. Who wants to be the man called x a different one every week? I am a man calls phase. Semper fidelis. Nice. Intrusive Sam Spade. I produced edited and directed by Williams bears. Sam Spade was played by Stephen done. Learning title is EFI tonight. The bet your by herald, pardon musical scarring, Bilad Gluskin conducted by Robert Armbruster. Join.

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"semper fidelis" Discussed on WRKO AM680

WRKO AM680

04:44 min | 1 year ago

"semper fidelis" Discussed on WRKO AM680

"Don't forget to tell them, by the way that I sent you. Join the middleman, we're the ones that are going to get screwed by this BB. The good news is we're in the middle of the bad news is we ended up getting screwed W R K L. Many thanks for sharing that story, man. Do I love talking to people that have gone through stuff like that? And that was fantastic. Hey, one of the things, you know, we do here at W R K was the DAV radiothon. Disabled American veterans, one of the guys that helps us out with that every single year one of the great guys to just know. But man, he does so much work for the veterans Tommy Lyons. He's the chairman of the Semper fi society Semper Fidelis society, and he joins me right now because Tommy Lyons need your help a little bit. Hey, tommy. Hey, how about you? I'm good. I wish it was under better circumstances. We all heard the story of the coast guard being told do I what have a yard sale or put some stuff on EBay to make ends meet during the government shutdown. You're going to be a little more proactive about this. Then that correct. Yes. You know? I think you know, as a veteran, I think all the veterans in really all the people listening. You should understand that we have many women in uniform in our coast guy that had not being paid to me, that's unconscionable. And so part partnering with the hope for the warriors, and the DAV we wanted in in our trying to fun so twelve families of the brave men and women who are out on the high seas in protecting us every single day to at least ensure that their quality of life stage a little bit better than get. It is in terms of not looking at a paycheck. Sorry number today. Tommy, someone sit out the average government worker is in the whole five grand right now in counting, obviously. And just think about your life right now. Five grand gone. Are you you're expecting to have that money? And you don't have it there. This is getting real. I mean, this is tough. It is men and women in uniform. They're not making. A lot of money. And yet there you're okay for us every single day, and and for them to go without a paycheck. It it hurts significantly because they still have to eat. In in get gas in in paid for the rent, and in all the other things that we. We take the granted. Sometimes now, they don't have the money to be able to do that. And and as I say, you know. The people in this in this community in people. Listen to your radio station have always been there for men and women in uniform windows, asking folks once again to to help us ensure that the men and women of the coast guard don't have to worry about. Getting food in in taking care of their family. All right. So let's get to it. What can people do to help taking him go to hope for the warrior dot org? Get on their website. There's a there's a page that they can go to to make a donation and every single dollar that donated. We'll go to the minimum the coastguard will be we'll be setting up getting. Folks on the Cape the cope put folks up in Boston to put folks up in Gloucester getting getting money to them for food, and other necessities. So hope for the warriors dot org hope for the warriors dot org. No pauses. No spaces anything. Just those words hope for the warriors dot org got on right? And hope for the warriors is an organization that started with true wise, marines, take marine who are being deployed in has developed now to know organization that that is helping families all the middle men and women who are deployed here in serving in the military. So I it really is. It is a great organization. Excellent work getting this word out. Tommy, I really appreciate it. I hope we chat soon under a little better circumstances. Yes. And again, thank you for all you do in just supportive. I've met a woman in uniform, particularly the marines that you love. All right. Tommy lyons. There you go hope for the warriors dot org is the website. If you go on it, you'll see the dog tag at the top. And it says donate click on that give ten bucks give fifteen bucks. Give fifty bucks whatever you can give. Let's make sure our coastguard is protected and they got this new year. Celebrate with a new game best vest scenes is the puzzle game. Everyone's talking about joining the millions of people. Who have already downloaded this five star.

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"semper fidelis" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:26 min | 1 year ago

"semper fidelis" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Before meeting with congressional leaders President Trump met with his cabinet to cabinet meeting. President Trump laying down a marker over the idea of having unmanned drones patrol the skies along border as opposed to a wall. So I know more about drones than anybody. I know about every form of safety that you can have all good. But it's just very minor. Compared to the power of a wall. Democrats say the idea of. One point three billion dollars for border security who meet the needs of the border patrol while not spending billions more on a wall at the White House. Bob Costantini on WMA, L and Wm AL dot com. Dc police confirming the identity of the on-duty marine who was shot yesterday in southeast twenty year old Riley Kushner was shot on the grounds of the marine barracks on eighth and I around five in the morning yesterday and leader died from his injuries, while the Marine Corps has been tight-lipped as to what exactly happened. They've said that the gunshot. Wound was not self inflicted. Kouchner's mother Marquel. Wrote on Facebook that with broken hearts. We lost a loving, son cherished, brother, and dedicated marine, the post included several photos of Riley in uniform and added Semper Fidelis Kuzina grew up in the small northwestern. Minnesota town of coral start in graduated high school there in two thousand seventeen win Delano on wwl AM AL dot com. One of the most conservative lawmakers on the Virginia general assemblies retiring at the end of his term Senator dick black says he's retiring because he wants to spend more time with. His family because of the size of the district. It's it's gradually moving up towards a quarter of a million population. Very fast growing area in Loudon on Prince William county, and it's it just requires virtually a seven days a week schedule. Black has served in the Senate since twenty twelve checking your money wide swings. In stock prices on Wall Street's first day of trading in the new year. Investors started the new year by showing that volatility is here to stay. The Dow Jones industrial average dropped more than four hundred points early in the day in the wake of a report that manufacturing had slowed in China in the month of December. But then prices started declined back apparently, some stocks were too much of a bargain to ignore. And the Dow wound up closing up almost nineteen points in New York. Steve Kastenbaum on WMA, L and Wm AL dot com. And the NASDAQ finished the day up thirty two six thousand six sixty five WMA L, traffic and weather. Maxed Amazon.

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"semper fidelis" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"semper fidelis" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Happening now congressman Kevin McCarthy talking to reporters after a meeting between congress and the president. And the government is now in its twelfth the day of partial shutdown. We're hopeful that we could get more than I know the vice president at sat down with Senator Schumer had given him paper at work to try to come to an agreement. Find common ground. I'd hope we'd get a little more of that today. Hopefully Friday, we'll be able to get out. He says he hopes the government doesn't need to stay shut down much longer. Dc police confirming the identity of an on duty marine who was shot yesterday and southeast twenty year old Riley Kushner was shot on the grounds of the marine barracks on eighth and I around five in the morning yesterday and leader died from his injuries, while the Marine Corps has been tight-lipped as to what exactly happened. They've said that the gunshot. Wound was not self inflicted. Kouchner's mother Marquel. Wrote on Facebook that with broken hearts. We lost a loving, son cherished, brother, and dedicated marine the post included several photos of Reilly in uniform and added Semper Fidelis Kusnick grew up in the small northwestern. Minnesota town of Karlstad and graduated high school there in two thousand seventeen win Delano on wwl and wwl dot com. After more than twenty years in public office. One of the most conservative lawmakers on the Virginia general assembly is retiring Senator dick black. We went back and forth. I thought about announcing in the summer, and I didn't want to interfere with the car. Stock election. So we put it off. And then then we were kinda debating what we do it just before the session are just afterwards. And just decided to go ahead. Give the party additional time. Black says he wants to spend more time with his family as if metro trains aren't packed enough during rush hours starting next week metro will allow bikes at all times on all trains, ending along standing policy of no bikes on rush. Hour trains metro announcing it will now allow standard sized bike. Starting Monday, local cycling enthusiasts are thrilled. Decency. Don't.

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"semper fidelis" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"semper fidelis" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"Dana point sport group. Go commanders started major rains at sailors. We are honored that you joined us today to recognize the service at one of our own staff. Started Randolph elder is appropriate that we hold the ceremony here on the whole ground in which the fight memorialize is the service and the sacrifice about rose. Reuters. Marine corps. Semper. Fidelis are always faithful to our. Four. We remember those. Go down. All of those who want for eagle globe and anchor. Stamps, aren't elder was one of these men. He was our brother. But it wasn't always this way. In the days leading up to World War, Two United States was a segregated society in which the African American community as bigotry. Racial, prejudice and discrimination. Not told June twenty-fifth nineteen forty one this five months before the bombing of Pearl Harbor thrust us into the second World War that president Franklin D Roseville issued an executive order number eighty eight hope to and I opened the door for African Americans to serve in all branches of the armed services. He stated in.

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"semper fidelis" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"semper fidelis" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Hold ground. Memorialize is the service and the sacrifice about rose. I used to work. What we are. Records. Semper. Fidelis always faithful to our. To our country. Four. We remember those whose fine going down. We also remember all of those who wants war eagle globe and anchor. Elder was one of these men. He was our brother. But it wasn't always this way. In the days leading up to World War Two. The United States was a segregated society in which the African American community case bigotry. Racial, prejudice and discrimination. June twenty-fifth nineteen forty one this five months before the bombing of Pearl Harbor thrust us into the second World War that president Franklin D Roseville. Issued an executive order number eighty eight hope to and I opened the door for African Americans to serve in all branches of the armed services. He stated. The policy of full participation in the program by all persons, regardless of color, race, creed or national origin all departments of the government, including the armed forces Shelby away racing. Discrimination over color race. But even with direction Marine Corps was slow embrace bringing African.

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"semper fidelis" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

03:26 min | 2 years ago

"semper fidelis" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"I wouldn't say that they acted like they were headed for a picnic. Then again, I wouldn't say that they acted like they were ready to slug it out with us. Tough enemy is our country ever place. Maybe it's because they weren't close enough to have this team of battle intervenes. Maybe it's because they were saving themselves were shortly. Kind of a short leave. They didn't expect. Straight from the bridge. Eddie putting into New Zealand. Hey here that Johnny gonna sit out New Zealand for the duration. I don't think so the kind of training we've gone through. How can I be? We started with a commandos left off. I'm sorry. Separate the men from the boys just like singing, Semper Fidelis. I don't know the tone. How's it going? Oh, you'll remember pinball fifty thousand marines and three Mexicans finding it out some dancehall in Montezuma. Johnny good word. We're putting into New Zealand. The war could be over before the marines. Got the scuttlebutt now. Quite church. Hey, plenty of time to clean up and beat you gyrations Dame's that won't be Charlie Chaplin say. Heroes a marine combat. Why would I eight hour shift too bad? We'll tell you all about it. In combat pinball nattiest, see I see with forty bucks to spend. And I got a wet nurse a bunch of marines. Roy was that general Sherman, right? This was the first time we had concrete evidence that we were on more than a pleasure grew Jonah scuttlebutt was from the minute we lifted anchor and Diego. If you listen to the guys push it around, you think we were gonna cruise the Tokyo harbor and kidnapped the emperor on a different. This was the captain was top rate. We're going to stay right on baby while she was combat loaded. It was a tough job. But it got done and get done fast, and we sailed out just as nicely as we sailed in. Well, we actually heading. Well, if you listen to the this. They. I think they're taking you back to the states. Ashley decided we got a better chance without you. Chocolate soldiers. All these ships much, heavy stuff. Ooh. Votes. What's on your mind laughing? Boy, what's in the win. You'll get your art online shape. What does she look like it looks like a rendezvous on the quote, I could have figure that you've got a good start supposing? You figure out the rest. Now, there's a great guy. Let's make shut what boats don't know about the navy hasn't been read the only interest. I've gotten the navy is where they're taken the marines. About twenty four hours later. We got the answer we picked up a Gary of five destroyers a couple of cruises enough. See sports on objective was Koro island in Fiji the enemy. He was almost a thousand miles away Carlo island was off our port bow. And we're all pretty aggressive. Everybody.

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"semper fidelis" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

12:10 min | 2 years ago

"semper fidelis" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"But more importantly, you keep me a community safe was silent witness. Well, I have a very special guest today. We've. Oh my gosh. We've known each other for probably a couple of years. I mean, you my brother this is a gentleman who was a is a marine. I always slip and say wasn't marine because I can say I was an army, but you can't say marine, you can never say. He was a in my mind an estimation. I know he'll disagree with this. But a hero during nine eleven. He survived the north tower on nine eleven, and we hit a Ardley, Mike ninety Nardelli my best show I've ever done with you as a guest talking about that that horrific day in in your life. But the stuff that you do now. So that people will never forget is so important, but you also do something with law enforcement and can talk to the audience about your position as a marine helping law enforcement talk a little bit about that your organization. Yeah. Yeah. I I got out of the Marine Corps and seventy nine and. When I moved Arizona. I started a business out here and net. Some folks that told me there was a group called the Marine Corps law enforcement foundation, NC L, E F, and our website is NC L, EFA's, z dot ORG, and what the Marine Corps law enforcement. Foundations all about is since nineteen ninety-five we've raised over seventy four million dollars for children who have lost either marine or federal law enforcement parent in the line of duty. And what we do is. We put about thirty not about we put thirty thousand dollars into an escrow account, and when that child or children reach or federal arsenic and of two three children when the child or children reached the age of eighteen that money is then there's and it's either for education, they could use the money for a down payment on a home to buy a new truck, whatever they need it for. But the words Semper Fidelis or they're always. Faithful. So we take care of fallen marines and federal law enforcement officials, and the reason I'm so passionate about is a nineteen ninety eight I was stationed anywhere Kuni Japan. And we had long story short. We had a a an F six phantom crash one day, and one of the lance-corporals that we had they're working was my truck driver, and he was supposed to go home to his wife and two children in two weeks. And and he died my arms, and you know, he's wife got a ten thousand dollar life insurance policy, which doesn't go real far the funeral maybe covered the funeral. Yeah. And so since then I've had a real SaaS. I've always had a soft spot in my heart for kids. But since then. Every year about March tenth, you know, I think about him and his family, whatever happened to the wife and kids, and when I found out about the Marine Corps law enforcement foundation. I knew that this was a way that I could get in and volunteer. Volunteer is really operative word here. We are all working we're five one c three as I said earlier we've been around since nineteen ninety five and we raised over seventy four million dollars. We are all volunteer with the exception of one part time bookkeeper. And we can't say it. How do I say this? We can't say it legally so to speak. So I don't use the exact number. But let's just say over ninety percent of the money. We raised goes directly for the children. It's not like, we're stuffing our pockets with it where volunteer organization, you know, you mentioned the the horrific crash and for those listening to this radio station, if you wanna go to KTAR dot com to the podcast. I do have that episode where you talk about that specific event as well as the nine eleven event go to that podcast talking about the five zero one three see this nonprofit, which is because as you talk about the passion is there. And I know you know, the bathroom is there. How'd you raise that money? You're talking about how great you got two great organizations. He's got law enforcement and Marine Corps. He got M C L Marine Corps. Law enforcement foundation dot org. If someone is interested in learning more or volunteering their time. Yeah. What can they do? Well, it's interesting. The the headquarters is in New York, and it's like a six hundred square foot room. And so we've got New York we got Philly Baltimore. Texas, Vegas, Phoenix. And I'm not sure the other cities that we've got offices in. But typically what they've all done is they put on these golf tournaments. Okay. And they've done very well and some do better than others. And the reason that I'm here, and I'm so passionate talking about. This is anybody listening to this. Listen up Phoenix is the fifth largest city in the United States. We need to start to act like it. We need the big boys. We need to pull up our big boy pants and make this thing. Really what it is. Meaning we need more people to participate. We have anywhere from ninety to one hundred and ten people playing golf so the number. Golfers is okay. But we really need more big sponsors sponsor ships. Absolutely need. We need the sponsors Phoenix is a big city. We have a lot of veterans out here. And so we need more sponsors. That's one thing. So I said to the group because I'm I'm I'm a fisherman for New England way back. I said as anybody ever put on efficient tournament. Silence. They all looked at me. Like, I was nuts baritone, fishing and Arizona's huge. Yeah. And so they kind of wink, the nodded at me like I was a little crazy and said all right, Bob, go ahead. And do it like this on you. Well, we'll help you. But anyway, now they're getting excited about it. So I went up to Bartlett lake and I met the church family, and they own a Bartlett lake marina at they are over the top going to help us out. We'll have the captain's meeting the night before March. I the derby is going to be Saturday March second Bartlett is going to rent boats at a half day rate. They're also giving a ten I think it's a twenty percent discount to military people. So if you're military you go up you're going to get your boat half rate half day rate, and you're going to get a twenty percent discount on top of that. So what we're gonna do is we're going to put on a fishing derby. Friday, March first Saturday March second and then our golf tournament. This'll be our fifteenth annual tournament will be may. And I want to say early may so one of the first weekends. I don't have the exact date. I apologize. But if you got MC L E, F A, Z dot ORG. It's all right there. But that's how we raise our money. And like I said, it's volunteer sponsorship things of this nature. So we really wanna make Phoenix of played out. Now, it's funny because mean, you had talked about this a year ago when you first kind of through the idea about, you know, about it to me. Oh, my gosh bothers a great idea at that time. I think you're talking about a competition is changed to during you. You told me why it had loved the reason why he kinda explain that. I went to I went to a big event about three weeks ago and was called hydrate the homeless, and it was over it. Right Toyota here in town, and there were hundreds of people that showed up hundreds upon hundreds of people father's wives children family. The Arizona tundra grow group was there, and there were many many people, and we raised a lot of money. We raised a literally a box truck full of water, and I saw this. And I thought you know, what we need to do. We need to get away from the tournament which a tournament is a turnament. That's people tournaments. A tournament is where you're going to get your type a. To stop thrown filled fishermen that are coming out because it's aggressive turn its competition. A derby is fun is fun. I want people to come out. I want families to be out this. I want people to say year after year urban next year. Thank you. Yeah. Can't wait for next the next year. You know, how are they going to make it better? And just to throw this out to everybody, my younger brother moved out here to go to the Scottsdale culinary school. Which is the Koran blue. He's one of the better. Chefs you're going to meet in your life. Well, he's going to cook. So one of the things I really want. I'm coming back next year for the food. And so we'll go out to the big food local food stores would have you donate food. We're looking for no nations. We're looking for sponsorships. So we really looking for a lot of help and support with this and selfishly I want this to do really. Well, I want this to be my legacy for years down the road. People are gonna look back and go there was this guy. Jenkinson started this thing. And look what it's done in twenty years raising money for kids. We used to have this golfing too, by the way. Yeah. Well, the misnomer is and people don't quite get it, but fishing is bigger than golf and tennis combined. There's like twenty one twenty one million golfers in the United fishermen in the United States. So if you're in the listening audience right now, you hearing this, and you know, some people that loved to fish, you know, that, you know, the father and son uncle the whole family. Spread the word spread the word, and they would go to where to find out more information about not just the the fishing derby. But as well as the golf tournament is it MC L E F as E dot org. That's it and that stands for the Marine Corps law enforcement foundation. Arizona that's alert. Now, there's not going to be a lot about the derby on that yet because I haven't gotten a website up and running. So I'm lacking there I need, and that's one of them weren't we know now. Yeah. But or they can call me you call me or send me an Email. What's the best way to reach me? Mike Bob at that's built that's visas and veteran, he as an echo T as in Tango S as in Sam built b u I LT. Bob at vets built dot com. And I can get information and help out any way I can now for those that are listening and they want to help out with a sponsorship. We're looking at not just we talked about food vendors, but there's other other things that put your marker out there. What kind of things might be of interest to you Herbie fishing world, any any fishing derby or tournament I've ever been to is, you know, we're looking for the big sponsors. You know, we're looking for coke, Pepsi, Anheuser Anheuser-Busch cores Miller, what have you, but you know, locally? I wanna see bashes be a part of this thing for food. I want to see some of the automobile, truck dealerships fishermen are outdoorsman. I would think some of the oh, gosh, the like the bass pro shops, and those sort of things do you have in literally half a minute. We have left. Do you have any sponsors out orient board that you wanna give a shoutout to not yet? I doubt telling we need. We need help we need sponsors. And this right now when is the dates again Friday March I will be the captain's meeting Saturday, March second will be the derby market on your counters. Well, that wraps it up for another addition of five can't think my guests enough. Bob Jenkins not just for being here. Not just first passion for doing the right thing. Not just for being this marine. But just for being just a great guy in our community. Thank you enough. And also want to thank our producer, Tom Colson who makes our show look the most of all one. Thank you listening audience without you there is no sign. What goes on to say see dot org? You'll see twisted but true hundred percent Posey's go to.

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"semper fidelis" Discussed on Classics for Kids

Classics for Kids

06:00 min | 2 years ago

"semper fidelis" Discussed on Classics for Kids

"During World War One, Susan enlisted in the navy as a band director by then he was sixty two years old and a millionaire. So he told the navy to pay him a salary of just one dollar a month. Sousa felt very strongly about training young musicians. He spent lots of time helping school bands and orchestras, and he made improvements to band instruments. The marching tuba that wraps around your body is named for him. The sousaphone. At the age of seventy seven. John Phillips Sousa was still conducting the ninety died. He had just finished rehearsing for a concert. The last PC conducted in that rehearsal was his most famous March the stars and stripes forever.

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"semper fidelis" Discussed on Classics for Kids

Classics for Kids

06:00 min | 2 years ago

"semper fidelis" Discussed on Classics for Kids

"I'm Naomi Lewin. Welcome to classics for kids. John Phillips Sousa. The most American of composers was born in Washington DC in eighteen fifty. Four Sousa was the son of immigrants people born in another country who moved here. His mother came from Germany and his father's family was from Portugal, where Sousa is a very common name. Sousa's father played trombone in the United States Marine band, even before he started school. John Phillips Sousa took music lessons. He learned to play all kinds of instruments, including violin, flute, Kano, cornet, and trombone. After some neighbors complained Sousa extra help on the trombone from his stand by the time, Sousa was thirteen. He was good enough that the leader of a circus ban trying to talk him into running off with them. But when his father found out about the plan, he stuck Sousa in the marine band instead. Semper Fidelis was Souza's personal favorite of all the marches he wrote. It was even played at his funeral, although probably not as cheerfully Semper Fidelis is the Marine Corps motto. It's Latin for always faithful Sousa was pretty faithful to the marine band. He played in it for seven years after that Sousa played violin in theater orchestras, which is how he met his wife. She was a singer in production of Gilbert and Sullivan operetta. He was in the orchestra, Sousa wrote operettas to fifteen of them. Him. Eventually, John Phillips Sousa went back to the marine band and became its conductor. He led very strict rehearsals. So the band started to sound very good and Sousa made changes in the music that the marine band played. He weeded out pieces that weren't so good and added new ones that were especially marches that he wrote. The Washington Post newspaper asked John Philip Sousa to compose a piece to promote an essay contest for its readers. So he did and he named the March Washington Post the Washington Post, became a number one, hit both as a March, and as a dense in America and Europe. At that point of British writer said that if you hunt Strauss junior was the waltz king. Then John Phillips Sousa was the March king and the name March kings stuck. After nearly twelve years leading the marine band, in concerts all over the United States, John Phillips's left to start a band of his own. The Sousa band was not a military band or a marching band. It was a concert band. The famous Sousa band played to sold out houses all over America toward Europe more than once and spent all of nineteen eleven on a round the world tour. During World War One, Susan enlisted in the navy as a band director by then he was sixty two years old and a millionaire. So he told the navy to pay him a salary of just one dollar a month. Sousa felt very strongly about training young musicians. He spent lots of time helping school bands and orchestras, and he made improvements to band instruments. The marching tuba that wraps around your body is named for him. The sousaphone. At the age of seventy seven. John Phillips Sousa was still conducting the ninety died. He had just finished rehearsing for a concert. The last PC conducted in that rehearsal was his most famous March the stars and stripes forever. Next week, the stories, the words and some alternate words to the stars and stripes forever. I may me Lewin I write classics for kids and produce it with Tim lantern at WG UC, Cincinnati. I hope you can join me again for more classics for kids.

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John Phillips Sousa

Classics for Kids

06:00 min | 2 years ago

John Phillips Sousa

"During World War One, Susan enlisted in the navy as a band director by then he was sixty two years old and a millionaire. So he told the navy to pay him a salary of just one dollar a month. Sousa felt very strongly about training young musicians. He spent lots of time helping school bands and orchestras, and he made improvements to band instruments. The marching tuba that wraps around your body is named for him. The sousaphone. At the age of seventy seven. John Phillips Sousa was still conducting the ninety died. He had just finished rehearsing for a concert. The last PC conducted in that rehearsal was his most famous March the stars and stripes forever.

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"semper fidelis" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

02:59 min | 2 years ago

"semper fidelis" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"The supermarkets and we get near aluminum foil and you're buzzed your catch up and what have you because we're coming around the corner of independence day some of the president's own us marine band semper fidelis the former conductor of the marine corps van rhythmic john phillips great to be an american get your chest out you proud this is the i'm telling you a lot of sam's parades a whole bunch of fireworks of red white and blues survey by gallup a survey by gallup survey folks put up the question are you extremely proud to be an american extremely proud to be an american well i sure i'll give you the numbers in second but i'm sure state by state it varies if you're in parts of california near parts of new york i can't imagine you're too proud because what you stand for america's turning against him i can imagine a great red states like texas what we stand for people are finding out the beacon of light of a judeochristian fabric across our great nation spreading prayer respective god family and such it's getting strong stronger as we say than horseradish in texas so in the gallup survey they said the folks you extremely proud to be an american numbers not strong about forty seven percent of americans said they're extremely proud how could you not be proud how could you not be proud did you see the kids who were trapped in that cave and thailand story do you know we have american military and i think what thirty or forty members of our american military are there when there's a problem when the brown stuff hits the fan blades anywhere in the globe those c one thirties that touchdown skidding up rubber smoke from them tires usually have a flag of the united states of america nami earthquake a title whatever it's america there with pallets of water and help medical logistic forty or commands you name it it's america when when people need medical care and there whether they're in europe whether they're in canada mexico where do they come for the top medical the united states of america innovation medical scientific software america pretty much i mean israel is like doing a phenomenal job in that but we're still leading the way when people yearn for freedom when they've been persecuted and put down because of their religion because of their political beliefs of torture whatever where do they want to come well take a look at the southern border folks they want to come to america and they're breaking in at record rates but they wanna come to america right here freedom bravery home of dot dot dot this country is amazing seriously so when you look at.

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"semper fidelis" Discussed on Omnibus

Omnibus

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"semper fidelis" Discussed on Omnibus

"Lineup we have just about dog and he was very disappointed that somebody actually answered the ad that his wife had made him place oh but yeah both the example of a dog that figured out open the fence just so he could have the fun of running away and as a kid you didn't have a bond with any of the app you terriers not really yorkshire terriers are not a boy's best friend you know the little rascals don't hang out with a yorkshire terrier and that was what barney was to me i mean if there'd been officiant whole i would have been down there i've got all these pictures of me in like white tank tops hanging out with barney my arms around his neck kissing him on the ear and i really you know he and i were had that kind of relationship but you're not all he needs needed somebody to feed him and the better spaghetti the problem was third grader that girl and then couldn't like that couldn't have been my first kiss because she was so embarrassed for me wow no i couldn't like go over there and be like let's go so barney also terrible wingman yeah right i mean he just made that whole relationship even more awkward than it was the stereotype of dogs is that their faithful i mean the common dog named fido means i am faithful it's semper fidelis and there we tell many stories about dogs that are just exceedingly loyal to their masters i guess that's why they domesticate we domesticated them right they will ride cats will betray you it every turn but your dog is supposedly jobs will not you know this is a stereotype or a trope that goes all the way back to homer are deceased leaves ethica fight in the trojan war for ten years then takes ten years getting home right because you got all those other adventures to do try to get home at the end of the work day and there's cyclops is yeah traffic's backed all the way up to to sell current news.

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