17 Burst results for "Stan Ross"

"stan ross" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

06:25 min | 2 weeks ago

"stan ross" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"There was any evidence that Osama bin Laden was responsible for for 9 11 and the media is completely ignoring the fact. The Taliban is a horrible, awful, atrocious, murderous terrorist organization that aligns itself with Al Qaeda. And you know that it's it's sad because millions of people across this country every year. Right on the end, and they'll do it again. Here here in in, you know what less than Less than two weeks on the 20th anniversary of 9 11. My gosh, you're going to get the never forget. Never forget, and people have forgotten or just chosen to ignore it. We handed over an entire country and gave them $85 billion worth of US equipment, lost 13 more of our U. S service members and still have hundreds of Americans left Afghanistan at the hands. Of a group that aligns itself with the individuals that carried out the worst terror attack in this nation's history that cost 3000 lives. It's unbelievable, and it didn't have to be this way. I mean, you know we could have we could have extracted are civilians could have extracted our equipment. We could have extracted our friends and allies out of Afghanistan. Over time, we could have held on to Bagram Air Force Base We find out from the Washington Post we could have held on to Kabul. We had that opportunity. And these were all choices made by the Biden administration. Specifically, they shows to have this withdrawal handled in this fashion. They didn't have to withdraw it all. They could have just said no. You know what? I know Trump made this deal, but we've we've We've turned around every other trump deal that that was made since we've been president. So we're going to. We're going to get rid of this one, too. And we're just going to stay in Afghan. They could have done that. They could have done that. And that that while you know I don't want to see our men and women over there any long. Then they need to be was still a better alternative than what has played out. This isn't a problem just with a Biden administration or Joe Biden. This is a problem with liberalism. This is a problem with progressivism. It was on display locally yesterday. With that horrible lawbreaking individual representative John Thompson, sitting at a booth at the Minnesota State Fair with banners behind him of the very individuals in the DFL that called for him to resign. Just sitting there with his middle fingers up. He's sitting there. Just so what you gonna do about it, guys, Check it out. Look at me. I'm here. You're going to talk about the talking about any of that it? Look, this is a problem. This is a liberalism, Democrat Progressive DFL issue that we're dealing with here. They simply do not care. They don't care about cities burning. They don't care about people being murdered. They don't care about freedoms being robbed. All they care about is power and they'll trample over anybody and break any law that they can get away with breaking to obtain it and to keep it. Gross. Yeah. Yeah. You know, this is what happens when they don't fear, electoral consequences And based on, you know, not not to stir up any conspiracy theories, But this is a president who certainly isn't acting like he cares. One bit what the voters might or might not do. Give a rip. What does he care? He's not running again. Well, even if he does, That's what I'm saying. Oh, my gosh. Can you have you? I can't even fathom Remember tweeted last week, and this is this is a president acting like a guy who didn't earn the job. Yeah, He's still acting like that. See what Jim in Wisconsin has to say. Good morning, Jim. Go ahead. The morning, guys. I haven't heard you mentioned it yet Heard learned yesterday. That Afghanistan is full of lithium mine in China's there can buy them all up from the Taliban alter continue to control the lithium market, which meets all of those chips. And Yep, the rare earth minerals in China or in Afghanistan is It's one of the most valuable, uh, deposits in the entire world. Something like $6 Trillion. I'm going off top of my head. I don't remember the exact number. We talked about it when we had defeat on David Garden. Stan Ross, our counter terrorism and global threat analyst expert a couple weeks ago and Yeah, they That's not even counting the opium market that is in Afghanistan. I mean, the rare earth minerals that are there in Afghanistan are worth an absolute fortune and China is going to get all of it the lithium for the batteries for the cars. That, Uh, Governor Tim Walz wants to make sure that we mandate we have a number of in the state even though there's no demand for the wheels of corruption go around and round, round and round, President, Biden told ABC News George Snuffleupagus during an interview on August 18th of the U. S military objective in Afghanistan was to get everyone out, including Americans and Afghan allies and their families. Guess what? That didn't happen. The official This was the commander of Central This was the commander of US Central Command, right? Kenneth F. McKenzie Jr said Nope. The official number of Americans is that is, they say, below 2 50, adding that some additional Americans have departed Afghanistan in recent hours. And if you go online there already murdering people. The Taliban is already going around door to door killing people. I mean, the the the cleansing in Afghanistan has begun. We just handed another victory to the terrorist yesterday and today, right on the on the on the you know, days away from the 20th anniversary. 9 11 and Biden is going to come out today and try to take a victory lap in what is what is sustain on the US having having this have have happened and I can't believe that. I mean I can. It's Nancy Pelosi's Congress, but it's shocking to me. That there's zero congressional oversight or even any real sense of concern from the Democrats in Congress right now over what this administration is doing? Yeah, Al Qaeda one again, right? And the president's words today will ring hollow and the truth of the matter is another terror attack on the U. S is good for the Biden administration. The more controversy that this White House has to go and deal with the better at this point in time, they don't They don't care General Jack Keane yesterday on Fox News. Um, actually provided stunning, stunning admission..

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"stan ross" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

05:28 min | 3 weeks ago

"stan ross" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"You know, we did get into a bit of nation building and there is an entire generation of individuals. I mean, hundreds of thousands of people that have known no other life than a relatively peaceful for the region. Life under the U. S military and a huge portion of the country now is going to be experiencing the Taliban for the first time. And it's really got me scratching my head about our mission there again, obviously are pulling out and what we really should have done because regardless of our motivation for getting in In the first place after 9 11. We were there for 20 years, and we're abandoning individuals who have known no other life and we're subjecting them now to a life of horror. I'm very conflicted over what? How much longer if we should have stayed longer and what we should have done if we were going to leave to ensure those individual safety? Very fair point. First of all, that's why you see so many vets passionate about getting their interpreters out and getting the people they serve without myself included. In fact, last night, I poured a glass of, uh uh, Scotch because we got one of my After six tries and he was beaten at checkpoint after checkpoint finally got through. Oh, my gosh, man for people that know those people the the challenges when I was there almost 10 years ago. I can already see it was a house of cards. We were building a defense infrastructure, an army and a police that was not reflective at all of the real power structure, and we were throwing weapons and uniforms and helicopters and Humvees at them. Knowing that in the first moment we were gone. That they would likely flip or fall into the hands of the enemy. So we just every general that showed up. Every diplomat that showed up was always saying We're one fighting season away from turning the corner here. No one really stop to look and say, Are we building something real? Or will this entire house of cards collapsed? Which is why Tens of thousands of vehicles and all the weapons are falling into the hands of Taliban. That's what they were supposed to use to defend themselves. Yet anyone who was looking at it honestly realized that was not going to happen. The Afghan government was viewed as corrupt, so we shouldn't have stayed longer, But we could have exited in a way far more deliberate, which I believe Donald Trump would have done. Which would have protected the people closest to us while holding off the Taliban so that we're not running away through one street in a kill zone outside the airport. People lift their kids over concertina wire, So it's how we finished it, not whether we should And I don't think this is a reflection of whether or not the overall effort was worthwhile. It was worthwhile and that vets sacrifice and it's honorably but for the last 10 years, frankly, since we killed bin Laden, There was absolutely no reason to be there. Even if we are giving a few people a better life. We've got plenty of people in America. They need a better life too very true. We've seen State Department cables that have come out now that have basically contradicted a lot of the narratives that have been pushed forward by Joe Biden and Millie and Lloyd Austin and others about you know, nobody could have seen this coming and we see another state department cables from Afghanistan, talking about where Americans feel abandoned by their by their president. Is this whole episode impeachable in your opinion? It could be. I mean, considering what they impeach Trump for anything could be impeachable. And so in that sense, yes, I think far more whether it's a secretary defense or the chairman of the Joint Chiefs or the National Security Advisor. Somebody's head should roll for this and for the abject failure of what it is so accountability is not something Democrats do well for each other or the media ever demands from them because they're on the same team, but something this big of a failure That should fall somewhere. Yeah, well, angry, Pete exit. Um, thank you for your time. Thank you for your service. Been following a lot of your commentary in boy, Um, really Glad to hear that one of your interpreters ended up getting out. We've been hearing was huge. So much Yes, hearing so much about the stories, and that's what I mean. There's so many painful aspects of this, Pete, but just The individuals that that helped, you know, you and others over there. Um, you know, it just breaks the heart that any of them would give. You know, That was the whole point that would get would get left behind, man. So that's that's good to hear. Yep. Thank you, brother. Take care, Pete. We'll talk again next week. Yep. You got it, boy, Tom, this this whole extending the deadline and then buttressing up against 9 11. On top of the concerns of Isis and Al Qaeda. Now in the region, you know has has me really concerned for the next few weeks, you know of what's going on. What's going to play out me to me to reach out to defeat garden? Stan Ross, We're gonna try to get a follow up with him. Hopefully tomorrow, maybe sometime this week and get his thoughts on what's transpired since the last time he was on the program. But yeah, these next few weeks. I have a very, very strong fear of some some, uh of a retaliation. Talia Torrey attack or something along those lines coming out of this whole episode. I just think it's going to be really ugly. That's the The scenario is is bad. It's very bad were very, very vulnerable right now in the symbolism Behind the 20th anniversary of 9 11 on top of this debacle, right and just all the dynamics of play. No, I'm I'm with you. I'm with you on that right now. 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"stan ross" Discussed on Z104

Z104

06:32 min | 5 months ago

"stan ross" Discussed on Z104

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

My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

03:03 min | 8 months ago

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

"Was at cheer. Yeah he also live down the street. From my dad like my grandma. It's just well. I didn't know him. It was he was a couple years ahead of my dad. Okay yeah head. Cheerleaders little bit of a left turn. It is i. I didn't see that one coming. It is but i think he was back then for men to be cheerleaders. Wasn't it good. Yeah but head cheerleader. We beat out special so fill in. He was like this short and small in stature. Guys probably didn't play a lot of sports sam so cheerleader. He hated his given name harvey which was he was previously known by and he starts going by his middle name philip phil but she later has legally changed it legally changed so he becomes obsessed with listening to music on. Am radio and it changes his life. He starts hanging around the music room at fairfax and he learns the guitar and he performs in school talent shows and he starts a band with three of his friends from fairfax and they form a group called the teddy bears so he started hanging out a local recording studios learn music production. And the skies. Stan ross who is an owner and producer of gold star records and hollywood takes a shine to him and begins. Tutoring phil spector on music production and so from eighteen th no from nineteen fifty to nineteen eighty-four gold star studios is one of the most important studios in the world. They have artists like the beach. Boys and ritchie valens and jimi hendrix and putting out like you know world history changing music. Who and so and just tons of recording artists perform there and record. There and i highly suggest the documentary. The wrecking crew. Yeah which tells gold stars history by filmmaker denny tedesco. It's on amazon. It's fucking awesome. The wrecking crew watch it. So phil learns the business and in one thousand nine hundred eighty eight. The teddy bears signed two eras door records where they get a deal to record to fill songs. One of them being shenault him is to love him inspired by the inscription on his father's tombstone and it goes to number one on the billboard. Hot one hundred list and sells over a million copies and in nineteen fifty eight They perform on. Dick clark's american bandstand. Which was a huge accomplishment. Big deal yeah. And meanwhile this is just an interesting side note. Phil's mother bertha had encouraged fill to learn stenography. In the meantime gotta have a safety net. That's exactly why so he had to fall back on in case the music thing didn't work out because you know like what are you fucking doing. Can you at least get degree. Please no one's letting you just go being the teddy bears pay your mortgage 'cause that ain't real. You performed on american bandstand once phil.

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"stan ross" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

04:04 min | 8 months ago

"stan ross" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"A terrible for penalty for shooting yourself in the foot metropole. Absolutely david geffen was the wrong kind of enemy to make at that point in time The yeah i think i think you know it's a measure of how strange Phil spector become from the prevailing friends in music. At that point guessing was Was was was doing very very nicely. Thank you With like mitchell. Jackson browne crosby stills and nash spent had absolutely zero interest in any of these people. You know they will his kind of music. It's all adding regarding the i love them. But he would regarded them as as as an absolute affronts to rock and roll kind of rock and roll but he'd been making And and as you say the david geffen the node been sort of incrase. You know who've been very happy to be to be just hanging on in the studio With his jaw dropping watching spencer working complete to be around him and and suddenly. There's real burgess us this very powerful industry player. And i'm sure that would have cultural specs as well and he does keep trying though he cooks up with Faded rock and roll legend. Dionne and they do an album together tells an aetna now when actually gets finished i'll fill cry. Didn't produce all the tracks talk about that attempted collaboration. Well i i actually think this is. This is a terrific record Very few people seem to particularly the time deal didn't like it The end been served well by by by specter And of course he was only twenty years later the people began to talk about it as spencer's forgotten masterpiece. It's recold That seems to be when you play the rebel. That seems to be playing sort of twenty four off. Pm braga and thirty three pm. It's it's probably the slowest most like most of the group's record the phil spector's ever made And and again. It's the if the wall of sound inex- chelsea's i mean it's it's an extraordinary extraordinary sounding record he deal. I didn't even say she knew each other back in the back in the early days the runaround sue days Growth thanks from the bronx And in a spectrum of buddha from that that is something that we did the on. Sue him the fact they were both new year. Old boys. Fantastic voice of course the deal and had some sort of reinvented itself as a folk singer from day on the rocker But there's some there's some terrific on their There's some terrific terrific arrangements. I mean at times. It sounds has the mormons have requesting behind greco. It's a it's a very. It's a very wholesome production And i think deal all the felt that Rather felt he was he was overwhelmed and engulfed enroll. The well ill served by this And of course. I hate to say it but it was. It was still being drunk again. I mean you mentioned shave it some this is. This is almost as many shaving thousand really. I mean even come in with Repulses of this stuff. stan ross. Who is the engineering on that wrestle. remember that Hey share that. And we don't know. I need this. The and it'd be there lugging this jewish ritual wine Out of the buffalo while he was producing and inevitably things we get increasingly tests. The increasingly out of order. You're right to say to the actually finished gonna miracle and it's well worth a listen like you say especially if you put it on a good stereo. Turn it up loud. It's it's definitely the wall of sound and full effect in it. It was out of sync with commercial trends at the time but Something well worth hearing it and a good good album must hear a little bit.

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"stan ross" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

04:04 min | 8 months ago

"stan ross" Discussed on Pantheon

"Terrible for penalty for shooting yourself in the foot metropole. Absolutely david geffen was the wrong kind of enemy to make at that point in time The yeah i think i think you know it's a measure of of how strange Phil spector become from the prevailing friends in music. At that point guessing was Was was was doing very very nicely. Thank you With us like mitchell. Jackson browne crosby stills and nash of spent had absolutely zero interest in any of these people. You know they will kind of music. It's all adding regard. I love them. But he regarded them as as as an absolute fronts or to to to rock and roll kind of rock and roll but he'd been making And and as you say the david geffen the node been sort of incrase. You know who've been very happy to be to be just hanging on in the studio With his jaw dropping watching spencer working complete to be around him and and suddenly. There's he burgess us this very powerful industry player and i'm sure that would have cultural specs as well and he does keep trying though he cooks up with Faded rock and roll legend. Dionne and they do an album together tells an aetna now when actually gets finished i'll fill cry. Didn't produce all the tracks talk about that attempted collaboration. Well i i actually think this is. This is a terrific record Very few other people seem to particularly the time deal didn't like it The end been served well by by by specter And of course he was only twenty years later the people began to talk about it as spencer's forgotten masterpiece. It's a record that That seems to be when you play the rebel. That seems to be playing sort of twenty four off pm thirty three pm. It's it's probably the slowest most like most of the group's record the phil spector's ever made And and again. It's the if the wall of sound inex- chelsea's i mean it's it's an extraordinary extraordinary sounding record deal. I didn't even knew each other back in the back in the early days the runaround sue days They thanks from the bronx And of inspectable border from that. That is something that we did the on. Sue him the fact they were both new year. Old boys Fantastic voice of course the deal and had some sort of reinvent yourself as as singer from day on the rocker But there's some there's some terrific on their There's some terrific terrific arrangements. I mean at times. It sounds has the mormons have requesting behind greco. It's a it's a very. It's a very wholesome production And i think deal. All the felt that He was he was overwhelmed and engulfed. Enroll the well. Ill served by this And of course. I hate to say it but it was. It was still being drunk again. I mean you mentioned shave it some this this. This is almost as many shaving thousand really. Come in with the repulses of this stuff Stan ross who is the engineering on that wrestle remember that Hey share that. And we don't know. I need this themselves. And it'd be there lugging this jewish ritual wine Out of the buffalo while he was producing and inevitably things we get increasingly tests the increasing the out of order. You're right to say wrestle to the actually finished but it is we're all gonna miracle and it's well worth a listen like you say especially if you put it on a good stereo turn it up loud. It's it's definitely the wall of sound and full effect in it. It was out of sync with commercial trends at the time but Something well worth hearing it and a good good album must here a little bit.

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"stan ross" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

07:50 min | 8 months ago

"stan ross" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"The new 18 T. Go to a Rocinha Port Smith, Welcome to the Bill Cunningham Show and Ross, How are you? I'm nightmare on 70 years old number onboard radio on everything you said about the trumpster. And referring to the vaccine and the virus. I had it. Mm. I have high blood pressure is the only thing I have room with me, and I'm gonna tell you what if you that if the people that don't want this virus if they've ever had it, they're gonna be the first in line and I consider I had a mild case. Tell me your symptoms. Do you know where you caught it? It doesn't matter where you catching. It could catch it anywhere. But how bad How good where your symptoms don't know where I got it. I woke up Had it. I know something was wrong. Just the way I felt when I got tested. Tested positive. My head felt like the top of it was going to explode at any second. Um, my throat was sore. I didn't even want water going down it and I had congestion in my throat. And I was that way for 45 days woke up one morning and my source throat was gone. The only thing I took four it was amusing necks and extra strength Tylenol. And, uh, Sucked on Popsicle because that is the only thing sort of number where something would go down my throat. Stan Ross, did you ever get close to saying I got to go to the hospital? Because going to the hospital is the worst place you want to go when you're sick. That's where you really get sick. Probably the second day I was giving thought of it, and I kept checking my oxygen level and My oxygen level was staying around 96 97. But here's the funny part, never had a fever. Mm hmm. And Caroline yet if you don't want me to take the vaccine, that's You live in a free country until Otherwise down the road here, maybe in the next four years, But I'm telling you, I had it. I was on the line on this vaccine, so I had it. I'm telling you walk, I'll be the first one in line soon as I can get it, And that's when I have on these national experts like Doctor Victim Bomb I think was wonderful. Good chunk of health care workers themselves. Do not get it, and that's something I don't understand. I just don't understand that. Well, I don't understand that either, especially if they had ever seen someone that's had it now. I won't take the visor vaccine because they use an active. I believe they call it or alive bacteria. I'm not fan of that. The Moderna. I understand has a like a non active or a dead vaccines from like what we get. When we get flu shots. That's the one I want. That's the one when I go to get my vaccine that I've scheduled already. That's the one I'm going to take. Now, if I get in line, and they say all they got is the visor, I will say Put me on the list when the modern it comes in. I'm not comfortable with the visor. But the other thing is Jane Jay's coming As I understand it, I could have asked victim bomb that question. If I knew you're gonna ask me it's my understanding that Fizer and Madonna have identical messenger RNA, and they have no dead virus or an art viruses in either one. What does have it is the Johnson and Johnson now the next time I've had on these experts before from the Cleveland Clinic and from the CDC, and they tell me the Madonna and the five other vaccines are identical with the messenger RNA that they used that none of it is a live virus or a nerd virus, which you get with a typical flu shot. But next time I have someone like that, because of you, Ross. Someone asked that question specifically. And I will be listening bill now. In regards to the past election that we just had. I agree with everything you said in your comments way have Ah, Mr Joe Biden. Leading the country. I will not use the P word in front of his name won't disrespect the office by doing that. My question is how he's been in office five days and everything he's acted on has been nothing but a detriment to the working class people of the United States. It's not affected the rich. It's not affected. Maybe the people that are for everything he's done has been directed at the middle. Man, the working class of people, people like myself in you. I worked for a company for 35 years when I retired a very good company, and I could see changes within that company. Now and it all spaced on what our leadership. And Washington, D. C is doing on how they're operating and changing things. And this $15 an hour away just something. I think A lot of people's not given any thought. I'm I hope you have when they raised this. 15 $15 an hour minimum wage worker making $20 in there. They're not gonna give you $7. Larry increased step up for that, And then they're going to tax you at a higher rate. So we in the long run working class people, please listen. And get on your Democrat and representatives in the House and the Senate and your Republicans in the House and the Senate. You're going to make less money. You're not going to make more. You're going to make glass. So let's go to the first point that you made about Joe Biden, who is perceived to be a working class guy, which is a bunch of crap because you don't look at the environment We're in now economically, in which this middle class jobs evaporating. And all of a sudden with the stroke of your pen your lemonade anywhere between 100 to 200,000 middle class jobs in the energy sector, the men and women that are working on the southern border wall which hearts about 8000 people, plus all the manufacturing to get that done, Plus the one Exxon the the Keystone Pipeline has about 11,000 people directly. Stopped laid off and go home. And then they lined up to get government benefits The oil out of Canada, which was coming to America through a pipeline, which is being built and maintained for years by middle class, hardworking Americans will now go to communist, red China or staying Canada and will have no impact on global warming and no impact. Except negatively on energy prices. So right now, the Canadians were saying We had a deal with America to build this pipeline. We will have crashes of trucks and railroad cars like we had over the weekend because the energy that will be delivered here will be at a higher price in the higher cost, because the transportation expenses it's not going to stop it all one iota of global warming, but it's a symbol. Joe Biden wanted to symbolize his victory by telling the radical left in the Democratic Party. Wink, wink nod. Nod. I am with you on global warming when the Keystone Pipeline would assist now. Secondly, I'm watching this morning. Some of the financial shows the work and guys, the working men and women to get are getting hurt by this, but those of the top that owned the stock They're benefiting. Energy prices are going up because there's less and less energy to be produced over the next four or five years. So on one hand, you hurt the blue collar worker, the union worker on On the other hand, you help the white collar investor. How is that good? How is that good for the working class that you and I represent? How is that good, Ross? That wasn't what he said he was going to do, but we know he lied. That's not good breath. We know inflation will go through the roof now will have high gas prices. Everything. Asked. They used steel for.

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"stan ross" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

07:09 min | 1 year ago

"stan ross" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Trivial. But as a puzzle, I can touch the sky. I can touch the earth. But if I touch you, you will be shocked. What am I? Electricity costs a lightning Okay, so I was. Yeah, Yeah, OK. I didn't say lightning. Okay. What is the Frogs favorite food? Fly French flies. Yes, really. French flies. Look you being our role in today. I told you at the turn ups the turn up and planet on planning them correctly today, guys. Excellent press. Okay. Ah, Okay. Where we at with Tracy? Crazy. You with us? Yep. All right. Okay. Okay. Now, what is? What Time does the best dog go to bed? And the night? Um, probably around 9 30 10 o'clock. Okay. And then Ah! You give set feeding times or do that? Does gray's eating time. Good. Good. Good. What are you feeding? Um, Stan Ross. A nice look atyou look atyou. Okay. Now what is? Do you go for several walks during the day? What's your protocol during the day with the dog? Otherwise you work from home, OK, And when you said set food time, so they're kind of Ah, Set time. It's kind of messed up too. So dinner is usually around 5 p.m. which is quite a normal time when we would get home from work. We just feed him at five, but Since January thing also included, um, starting to feed him. You're just going to die. 3 a.m. So we can all get back to bed. Okay? We don't need it. So you still do the 3 a.m. All right. You see, kind of shot yourself in the foot that way, But anyway, Okay on DH then now do you go for light walks through today? What's your protocol yet? So you know, he goes out in the morning on DH, then you know, because when we were at work during the day, he's used to kind of do that. All right, so If I have a break in the day during the work from home, and it's nice out, I'll just take him for a quick little outing. But he always gets his big, long walk kind of after dinner, Okay? And then you know what? Maybe another time or two after that, Okay, Because, ah, couple things number one. It's kind of like mentally the more mental stimulation. You don't need physical exercise. Yeah, they need a walk here and there, But, you know, I mean, they need more mental exercise. Get tired them out. All right, and so playing brain games, you know, brain teasers or teaching tricks that's more important to make him focus. Hold a thought and do something for you than it is to just chase a ball or go for a walk. All right, that physical exercise. He lays down for an hour and he's ready to go again when you're mentally tired, Okay? I explain this to a lot of people, and I'll give you the spiel now, too. Okay, let's say You're Ah, you know? Ah, Kindergarten teacher. You know you're going to say that, er, but let's say your culture, whatever your volleyball coach, Okay, So now you're coaching the people and such like that, All right, And then, Okay, then, you know that, you know there's some physical and exercise and you know that you're helping with the kids and Bubba. Okay, now Let's see. You're an office person where now you have to answer phones. You're on the computer. You mean you're mentally you know, multitasking and moving in the okay. So now when you're mentally tired from working in office and your brain is just an overdrive and talking different people solving different problems. And such like that when you come home, you just Tarzan. Don't anybody talk to me? Just leave me alone. I'm bushed. All right. Now, if you're physically tired, you sit down being the coach. You sit down. You maybe grab a wine or whatever, in in an hour later, you're ready to go Move along by hand. All right, because when you're physically tired that the exercise doesn't cut it, you just build an athlete. But when you're mentally tired that drains the energy for the night when you come home from that office job, and you're mentally on overdrive. All you could think about is I'm going to bed and tonight, my big dealer earlier than normal and you can sleep all the way through because your brain has a log everything that you were doing, and that's the same thing with dogs. And so you have to mentally drained and not You know? I mean, this is weird. Not talking hours. We're talking to Macon. Think, teach them a trick to a brain teaser. You know, with him and like, Let's see if he goes to bed about 9 10 You want to do the brain teaser, maybe seven between 7 39 30 You know, make him do a couple of make him think Also to some dogs, especially the older one, says she's starting to get that CBD oil helps a lot with the kind of little bit anxiety and kind of gives him a little bit of, you know, edge that helps out help help some out mentally. You made a friend had recommended the melatonin and that and I didn't know what your thoughts were on that like a DVD. Yeah, I like the CBD because it has many other things to go with it. You know, I mean, overall health, you know, benefits. Melatonin. Is it supposed to help with this Lee process, But I like the CBD oil because it does have a lot of it has a lot of veins that will take care of all the different things. So that's what I like the CBD oil myself. Asshole, but do mental will each night in. What you're going to do is like the two books that I'm constantly praising his your brain teasers for dogs by Solomon and then big Book of tricks for the best dog ever. Any 20. You pick out a brain tzu, pick out Ah, you know, however many people are in the house. Everybody picks out a brain teaser and a trick to work with the dog, Not at the same time. You know, you do, but because you don't want to overload the circus, you know, but he didn't want to listen for He got 10 minutes. You're going to work 10 minutes on the trick. Okay, then later, you've got another 15 minutes. Maybe that time I'm gonna work on the brain teaser. Alright, Eso Repeat that again is called brain teasers for dogs. Okay. Bye. Sad. Erman, Esso and D E r m A n n. Okay. All right, you get around that you can get them both on and and and everybody thinks about the brain. The puzzles that you buy at the store for the dog where you put the food in, you know within about. If you got a smart dog within a week, they know it, And now it's boring. And so it's like you spent all that money for that thing, and so what? You need to do it. That's what's so neat about this Brainteaser book. There's different levels levels to it. They mastered the first step. Now there's a second step. Then there's 1/3 step. And why you're making them think now that pup when he goes to sleep, he's gonna be tired because Mom and dad made him think, right. Okay. And so that ends along with that CBD oil member to get the good stuff. Don't get the knock off, all right. Okay. You want I gotta like checking down normally go. They can recommend which one? No, I'm gonna get another piece. Favorite pencil. I do. You're gonna learn about CBD oil so you could make better choices. You're going to go to dogs. Naturally magazine dot com and then prototype in CBD oil, and you got to read the articles data have written, so you know how to make a better choice of what is good CBD oil. And what is it all right, because of such a bird, not to so many knockoff. I've had so many people, not a lot, but I mean, many people say Well, did work for my dog. And so then I say, Well, what kind of to get it?.

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"stan ross" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

04:37 min | 1 year ago

"stan ross" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Individual manager. Are going to be very much front center on the microscope. 60 AM season. That's the way it works. Think the decision for Luis Rojas is going to be too full. At least it is for the eyes. Conceit Number one, and this is a question. He probably never in a 1,000,000 years thought he'd have to answer. Always Louise RoHaas everyday th going to be Because you go back to a pre coded world. The Mets have figured all right, well have the D H. In what? 8 10 games this year. Now that's completely out the window. The D. H is supported it everyday Lineup and I would bet If you were to poll most methods and asked them who do you want the D h to be a'ight argue most. Which shoes you wanna suspicious? Because of what he brought the medicine. 15. Because of what he brought the Mets in 16 and because off the sort of imposing dominant figure That he has always been his ball player. So I would fully expect most bad fans will tell you. We want you to be the guy and I kind of changed my tune on this a little bit. I didn't see suspicious as much of a factor with No, The H International League I thought was gonna be a problem for him. The idea staying on the field. I mean, needing the Walker basically to be on the outfield at Darby, a total mess. Says. This is a guy who's getting four games a week is D h, I love it. Like that is the perfect role for him. And I think if the missus Mort What they do is basically cast aside him is B h at all or him in the outfield. Excuse me at all. I make him a full plan B h. That's what they should know. But don Smith is gonna have a role there, You know, maybe a day or so a week could get a chance to D h. Maybe it's JD Davis for a day a week. Mets awhile position when it comes to that. I think Vic last hour brought up a really good point. Not only do you have the guys who are a port off the water, then a mad Adams or a Nunez or whoever may be. There are ways RoHaas kid mix and match with the D H. And I would see the leader in the clubhouse right now Opening day who I want that guy to be. I'd want it to be suspicious now when it comes to the other big decision that I think will be Stan Ross in the face, And that, of course, is Your ninth inning. And know this when it comes to the ninth inning. They can say whatever they want about Edwin D. S and I would fully expect them to make the argument. Game one. Whoever it's against Edwin Diaz is our closer. I fully expect that to be the Mets answer. Point. I remember back in February. The discussion I was having was all right. When would you admit Enough is enough? Would it be after one bone saved would be after a bad month wouldn't be after too bad months. You see when the stink up the joint first week of the year I got news for you. I'm probably taking him out of a closed his role. Can't have it. Maybe I give him a second week, but I am going to treat him coming off the year that he had just a season ago. In such a way in which you don't have much margin for error. Because I can't be blowing games like it did last year. And now you have luego there. You had Betances there you have familiar at their options. I would be a star in the night bidding, but man, couple of blobs early That is coming to an end very quickly. Is that a fresh meadows? Andrew's going to start off Allah to he's on the family's up, Andrew It is June 30th. Tomorrow is the fans birthday and we're talking and under less than 24 hours An abbreviated training stadium and its city field they day you kept the thing or why for a season I think that my phone's blowing up. I'm finding out there's going to be 60 games. And you think now starting on July 23rd or the 24th I'm going to be able.

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"stan ross" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

02:15 min | 1 year ago

"stan ross" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Nine nine thirty five oh four when I adopted her she was a match gaps in Lincoln missing for hot spots add insult cold so why take the dog to the vet for a standard run of the mill tests and treatments no results I hear your advertisement on the radio so again the dynamite and the legal jobs within a four week total instead of a German chanter I have a German shepherd she is a hundred and five lean pounds of shiny movie happy dog her life because she said dynamite and the results are just incredibly outstanding and she loves it when you rescued dogs you have to do the right thing it's got a freedom right for a light duty dynamite dynamite we'll be fine you're listening to Buck Sexton Wednesday morning mon justice Andrew David Garten Stan Ross returns for another corona virus town hall starting at seven AM listen live six to nine Twin Cities news talk I think history is going to judge him very harshly and put him in the same camp as Gerald Ford and even Herbert Hoover who ignored what the depression was doing to people and failed to bring the country back that's where this president is now and he should cast his reelection goodbye if he thinks he's going to be able to convince the American people to want four more years of a guy who can't even get the basics right this is all about isn't it they tell you it's about saving lives saving lives and and doing what's best for the country but Democrats they see this all just an opportunity the training is one there's the mayor of New York a complete ignoramus a joke of a leader a jerk and he's already saying at trump trump is they shouldn't win reelection because of this what was from supposed to do that he didn't do I mean we've we've already had this narrative that they keep they keep pushing it was transported into a because he was a little too positive sounding in the early days about this that means you shouldn't get re he should get reelected we're we're going to do more of a full accounting on the show today of of what reality is here versus what.

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"stan ross" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

02:29 min | 1 year ago

"stan ross" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"Senior NTSB engineer Matthew fox says the crack may have been difficult to see it is likely the crack was not detectable by the fluorescent penetrant inspection conducted at the time of the fan blades sets last overhaul Boeing was told to redesign of Florida engine casing Clayton Nevil WBAP news in today's impeachment hearings for president Donald Trump democratic congressman Eric Swalwell asked if the president wanted to investigate former vice president Joe Biden how many times when you talk to your training account counterparts did you ask them to investigate the bites never Sir why not service is not a policy objective that I was aware of the hearings continue tomorrow former fort worth police chief Jole fitz Gerald says he let residents down when he was fired earlier this year while testifying in a court hearing today fitz Gerald implied things went down hill after he left the department the people don't trust the city of fort worth the people don't trust their safety in the city of fort worth and that was not being said pitch Gerald is now suing the city to get his job back claiming he was fired because he was investigating alleged allegations on city corruption a judge is expected to decide this week at fort worth can hire a new chief while fitz Gerald pursues the lawsuit two jail guards charged with falsifying prison records the nine Jeffrey up sting killed himself have pleaded not guilty a grand jury indictment made public Tuesday excuse guards Tobin knoll and Michael Thomas of feeling to perform checks on have seen every half hour and of fabricating log entries that insurance deputies arrested two people for the murder of a woman whose body was found near heard near Denton creek twenty year old Jane Harris disappeared in October two teams fishing near Denton creek found her body earlier this month share of Tracy make Murphy says they arrested Harris's ex boyfriend twenty one year old Tanner Brock and his new girlfriend twenty seven year old Kristen cure Stan Ross they're both charged with murder she had evidence of have been assaulted and also had the multiple stab wounds to that was kind of one of the reasons snowing Mr brought history of the sultan women and their relationship were kind of looking at him from the word go Paris Lees behind a husband and two children Texas business closing numbers on Wall Street the Dow down one hundred two points to finish at twenty seven nine thirty four nasdaq up twenty one the S. and P. five hundred dropped nearly to finish at.

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"stan ross" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"stan ross" Discussed on 710 WOR

"And every so wait a minute that STAN. Ross. All right. It's great. But again that's from six hundred years ago. And then somebody said, you'd think she's old when you see me in here comes Dolly Parton. I don't remember any Grammys with so many old songs, the, you know, it's it's kind of interesting juxtaposition, those songs with the the songs that one it had to be some kind of deliberate strategy, by the way, the ratings are up a little. Yeah. Ratings up a little this year. So was this the strategy to you know, they know after a certain age, I can't watch the Grammys so throw in a lot of old stuff for them. Yeah. Maybe maybe that's it. I think that was deliberate. There's a lot it was like Motown all night, and Dolly Parton and didn't I see Bob Newhart presenting award? I didn't see that. Oh my God. It was really going back. Yeah. So I think this was the thinking this was deliberate that they know ratings are going to slip year after year because couple of reasons people less and less people watch broadcast television every year and less and less people care about these awards. They made love the music, but maybe they're not into the awards so much anymore. So it's slipping so you'd better these the younger generation, so you better get more these old people coming back. So it was a lot of old songs all over there. Aretha Franklin tribute..

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"stan ross" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast

The Projection Booth Podcast

04:14 min | 2 years ago

"stan ross" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast

"In the navy try and get both both in twenty twenty or something, you know. We'll doug. Thank you so much for your time tonight. This has been terrific. I hope copy buddy, you're going hard work. You can however you need to you have my permission. I'm very curious. How you got into the business and how you got to to to writing songs and lyrics. I would think teen and a half my girlfriend was dating. I will tell you at the end of this little soliloquy who it was this older person. He was in high school. He would come to pick us up. And I would always be singing and her name was Donna one day. He said to me, I love your voice. I'd love to write a song for your voice. Do you have ten dollars? And I went ten dollars. I don't have ten cents talking about I'm sixteen and a half years something then he's and this was a long time ago. And he said, well, you didn't get the ten dollars. You are singing group, and I'll write this for your voice. So I went to my mom and dad, drove them Razi. But my father had been a jockey. He was not a gambling man, but jockey's live on the edge. And I kept saying to my daddy. 'cause I was my daddy's girl. I kept saying daddy. I need the ten dollars. I need the ten dollars. I they're gonna he's going to write a song about for my voice. And we're going to be rich, and we're gonna 'cause we are very poor, and we're gonna live in a beautiful home. And and you're gonna drive a brand new car, and I'm gonna get you a racehorse, and he said forget the racehorse I'm off the track. And then, but he drove my mother crazy, and he kept saying gay or give it the ten dollars give the ten dollars. So finally, my mother after saying a million times, go do your homework a net. My real name gave me the ten dollars. And I gave it to the person. We went into the studio he fell in love with my voice, even more. And we cut the flip side of what became the record. And he said, I really even love your voice even more on eight. And I said okay in about two weeks later called me in the middle of the night. And guess what? I was doing Mike. I was doing my homework and the phone rings. And he says listen to this. And he plays me the song. And he says, what do you think? What do you think? And I went, oh, it's. Really nice. I mean, I didn't know he said we'll be here. Tomorrow, we have to reverse we're going into the studio to do this side. And I went, but, but I don't have any 'cause he would always take us places in this car. I said, Well, I I don't have any. I can't drive. I'm too young. And he said take the bus. So I got to his house. We were heard the song we went into the studio. So I'm went on to become the number one record in the world. It's called to know him is to love him on the voice of the teddybears to. No, no, no. That's me the person who wrote the song for my voice was the first thing he ever did in his life. Phil spector, and it was off. His father's epitaph father committed suicide in New York and mother Bertha that was the name of this publishing company, moved them her the family, he and his sister out here and the on the EPA tat said to know him. Was to love him. And he turned it into a teenage lament and cast my voice first thing he ever did. Did it in two takes one for balance sang at all the way through every single note. There's not one splice in the song was the first thing that sandy Nelson ever played drums on and where he went onto teen beat and the bottom line is we put gold star on the map, which that's where Phil spector did all his great work was a gold star with STAN, and Larry and STAN Ross was our engineer, and we were kids. He took me aside. He said sing it like you were singing to your boyfriend. And I said Phil, I don't have a Boyce..

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"stan ross" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

04:53 min | 3 years ago

"stan ross" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"Car ride in my life. I could never be happier. I wasn't nearly this money. I wasn't even in the ballpark of this money. I've still elated elated over the Mon. All right. You're still happy. Thinking about says, the salad days with of no salad. All right. We got the Megan Kelly clip, and then we got her apology as well. Because you do get in trouble. If you are a white person who puts on the Louise or a black person who puts Whiteface Halloween like I was a kid. That was okay. As long as you addressing character. And people said that that was racist. And I don't know I felt like who doesn't love Diana Ross. She wants to look around for one day. I I don't know how that got racist on Halloween. I agree with all that by the way, except for the part of the white black the other way round if you want to trust like Diana Ross on Halloween or if you work at the Queen Mary. The drag joint and oh God. There's gotta be a thousand Diana Ross's that aren't plan. Do that for living. That's a protected endangered species. So no one's going after them less Countess. What's her name is not? Lady bunny, juju be gigli Kellyanne day. I can keep going. Yeah. So are those all Ross person? They can all do Diana Ross Lagaan just drawn Joe Willem. Are they white? Most of them are white some are Puerto Rico unclear so somewhere if you're big Dan Ross fan, and you want to dress STAN Ross or you wanna do President Obama or you want to do is. I did Mr. T God, I said I sit on twenty or twenty one. But I realized I was living at home when I did not I must have been eighteen or nineteen Mr. T, the reason I remember I was living at home is because after their ama- on the there am on the minor their resurfaces. I know I'm so scared. I put it up three times a week put your book. I I got tolerant you our faiths, though. I know Ray Ray one as Hari Krishna appropriate shaved his head as well. I want as Mr. T, and I walked out of the all I I remember I wasn't living at home because living in the garage. And the reason I remember that is because when I was done being Mr. T shave off the right side mohawk, and my shied whatever, and I was just ball. Called and you Larry and Brian. It's two thousand eighteen your ball. That's fine. This is nine hundred eighty three was not a good thing to be bald nine thousand nine threes. Good to have, you know, look like one of the romantics. Have have have some hair on I shave my head. And all I remember I walked into the kitchen the next morning Halloween was like Friday, and I was out partying Friday and Saturday and going to parties and then Monday morning. My dad didn't dispense a lot of advice. I just walked past him any Shaw shaved head and he just went like, good luck. Getting a job now. Past the whole deal. Get a fucking job you could get out of the goddamn garage. That's all we want you to do and shaved head made you weird along the actually action, right? All right. That's good fathers thing to say, by the way that cuts to a kind of heart that only fathers have to sort hand. Yeah. You know, what time for you to get out of the house? Don't shave your head again. So my take is black face is bad black faces a bad part of our nation's history. But you being Diana Ross isn't black face. It's you being Dan Ross because you love Diana Ross one day a year, and it was me being Mr. T wasn't black face. It was me being Mr. teeth when day year now, I don't understand why that isn't understood it's not the same thing. And I assume what we have is. Zealots, and then a bunch of super push a fide white people are just scared shitless to speak their mind. So everyone just piles onto this thing. Very white a roller of you will. Yeah. Like little bit a little bit earlier. I can lend you one if you keep doing the figure you to break down trade you the leash. The KENDALL Jenner did devote thing and she had like a teased out hairdo that was not an afro, and then she had two they took it down..

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"stan ross" Discussed on The Morning Toast

The Morning Toast

04:13 min | 3 years ago

"stan ross" Discussed on The Morning Toast

"That's a controversial answer. Like there are people who either like STAN Ross like we do or fucking hate him when she wasn't on the show. I love love, love, love love. Or I think he's not only the funniest character, but he's the best actor and a close second. This Phoebe Michio. But sometimes like stick like stupid. No Herships funny l. Rankin Ross, Phoebe, Joey. Ross, Phoebe, Rachel now, Ross. Guys, I just wanna agree with you Ross, Phoebe, Joey, Chandler, Rachel, Monica, Monica about him, mines Ross, Phoebe, Chandler, Joey, Rachel, Monica Chandler stick goes is terrible to know. But honestly, like a lot of says, are only you know what it is. So it's at, I think that the Rachel, Phoebe, Ross and Chandler are the best actors also just I was believing it. I wasn't believing that Jennifer Addison was like, Rachel, do you know what I mean? And she's just ten for Aniston like she's not amazing actor, but. The top two that aren't even on the show, obviously Alec Baldwin. Parker Parker. Unbelievable. Massapequa sounds like a magical place. Ooh, were driving aces that allow old friend bow that was incredible. And the one where Phoebe sets Rachel up with the guy that literally wants to kill himself that actor's name. Always always plays the same character. He's so sad. So funny, he's so fun cracks me up. This is the weirdest question, but I kind of went to answer it because just the way she wrote it was really weird morbid. Yes. No, I don't want divorce what what's wrong with all of you. You fear it before getting married, you prepare your mind for potential divorce or just so you know you're gonna be happy forever. No, you I'm a true believer that you know, if you're gonna get divorced, there's some inkling in the back of your head. Like maybe I shouldn't do this. No, I can marry mar. How tall are you? I'm actually going to make a quick other controversial statement that guy's name is rob Schneider. It's not not. That's the guy Adam Sandler, but yes, that's not him. Rob Schneider's. Awesome. Them left them. If you get a pre NUP, you're gonna get a divorce. I want to know the rates on people that get pre-nup stops directly car leading to divorce because if you need to think about protecting yourself financially, that financials are more important than love than you're in a lot of trouble. That's cute answer. And I love this question because it has a reference to the everybody. Would you rather only drink water for the rest of your life or be able to drink anything you want, but whatever you're drinking has a little bit of peanut. Well, the pe- make me sick. No, it's it has nitrates. It's good for you. But it will. Everything will be like a little yellow. A little bit of p is different. You won't taste it. It's like soup, you won't taste, but they'll be color, which by the way you talk about soup for this. Okay. I love water some down for water. If there's enough p that you don't taste it down for pay, whatever talking about soup I drink drink, eat soup consume. That's a great question. You eat soup, but wall had a soup, you have soup. All right. I have a lot of soup. I order soup everywhere I go. He does. And sometimes I think you know what they're making this in a huge pot and the chef could have just dipped his Bhuttan. Yes, the same way that he could put a to like sue and I never know. Yes, soup is made for the masses, even like a fancy restaurant. They're not making a bowl of soup, like fresh show. If you put like a little bit of urine in it, nobody would ever know has scary. Is that dot or like a drop of blood t. you remember when I forget what water company was, but they had to drain. Six thousand tons of water because one of the employees peed in it, but like in reality, like didn't really make a difference because it was like one Cup of urine in like six thousand tons of water, but they had to get rid of all of this doom file. How crazy is that? Wouldn't Astle. How old are you? Twenty. Six. I can never remember recently.

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"stan ross" Discussed on AFTERMATH

AFTERMATH

03:03 min | 3 years ago

"stan ross" Discussed on AFTERMATH

"Work hard to earn their customers business instead of relying on tricks and fine print simply put simply safe is a company that treats you right it's why they've got an a plus rating with the better business bureau for ten years running i'm the proud owner of a simplisafe system and i'm here to tell you simply safe is what home security should be you're getting the best protection period it's hard to think of something more valuable than the peace of mind that comes with knowing your home and family are safe so do what i did and go learn more about simply safe today at simplisafe dot com slash aftermath that's simplisafe dot com slash aftermath to protect your home and family with an a plus home security system simplisafe dot com slash aftermath it took several months before stan ross sense that will was serious about changing his lifestyle part of what convinced him was seeing will push away some of the people that had long been in his circle wasn't easy we'll says of exuberant personality but desk what making this horror for people to kinda like let me go for old friends i'm on ped i've right now like my phone chirpin rain vibrating and everything like i said last forty five i keep on having to go back to this so much in the past four for master with negative friends which show up knowing he was on federal parole and that he's not supposed to be drinking or smoking weed he'd say no i don't wanna get sent back and they'd pressure them harder so does how you feel now i gotta fall but michael y'all got to play my rule and me following him but even a lot of negativity behind it even more negative thinking but it enough like ooh kids say hey if you can't respect what i need to do now i'll have to step away from you he throws out another of his sayings chains and people trying to people around that's what i had to do was i want a wanna it's things that i ever had to do which is get away from a lot of people do is close to the some of these people i didn't know since i was four years old thirty six now that is on the cusp of turning forty is motivation for him he says many pulls out another saying took me a while but better late than say you fool of forty or fool for life on run out of time as we speak he said this fast saw repeat they say if you're a fool at forty your fool for life and i'm running out of time as we speak this mental shift has been drastic in fairly sudden he says it's like a light switch was flipped inside of him he's always been determined not to be limited by the shooting that's why he hauls.

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"stan ross" Discussed on AFTERMATH

AFTERMATH

03:49 min | 3 years ago

"stan ross" Discussed on AFTERMATH

"With monfort segment officers from multiple agencies stan ross joined serve two years ago on a dry race board near his desk at city hall he's sean what's labeled the vicious blame cycle of violence stand talks in a language used a lot by people who work with trauma patients and violence survivors he explains that violence is cycle and it starts with family parents raised in violence pass down behaviors that beget more violence even kids who want to break that cycle have a hard time doing it mentally because human beings are generally afraid of the unknown he says trying new behaviors come electron introduce somebody to food then they'll look at don't like it you talking to the mom of a preschooler so i'm i'm right there and they've never taste it just looks a certain way and you fixed in your mind you don't like it so once you put it in your mouth remember i said i don't like this and other words change is hard even if it might save your life and i think that some people listening to these stories can be like how was getting shot through the spine not your wakeup call how are you selling drugs after and so you you deal with people who have trouble getting out of the environment why isn't there some magical lightbulb over your head at a certain point when he was shot and he survived and then he's learned how to cope with it and then he still went back into an environment where some of his peers see we get you will and others might stop developing because of you know i feel like i'm stuck well no you're not stuck you have to struggle to establish the truth we all out here most of us are struggling to establish something but when you know that there's a into that particular goal then there's jillian you're struggling because you know you're struggling to establish some and that's a that can be a motivator for some of us i see something i know i gotta go through this and i'm going to go but you have to see it but you have to ask stan met will about a year ago through cincinnati's positive influence team in organization he co founded in two thousand eleven the group largely focuses on reaching out to young people to reduce violence but in arm of it also works with men and women reentering society through the federal probation department in the group is very supportive but what it really is about as restorative justice it is about davila jr and we encouraged will in terms of seeing the bright light that was any will have a lot of i think emotional four to two in the sense of being able to keep a pretty good positive attitude in the midst of his disabilities however he's aware of the surroundings that sometimes causes a person to be like a what you call their particular what is it the lizard is it to that can turn like if his brown turn attorney brian chameleon yeah there you go you know sometimes people turn into those chameleons and we'll does that i think to protect himself for survival but he sees the best sentiments so sometimes he's conflicted this chameleon description resonates with me because i'm one hand will is charming and funny like when he talks about his two kids night and day i got.

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