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"stricklin" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show

The Down and Dirty Show

04:48 min | 2 months ago

"stricklin" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show

"Were which i believe reduced. Yod don't think he did himself any favors and yeah he said he's john wayne and tough and all that but by staying in that car as long as he did. I think it took a little. The shot off a little bit so ward burton's car caught on fire when he crashed during his qualifying lap darlington and he actually spun through the flames a couple of times and competitors helping out competitors will never cease to amaze me but who was the very first person awards car to help him out of that ricky rudd. We've seen many times competitors going out to other competitors you're in danger on the track. I think it's just the nature of these guys because they all know what dangers face and they all want to be sure that they can get past them as much as possible. Feel ca valley had a photo of that instant and ricky rudd is right there. He's helping warburton get out of that car. The flames are still visible at the back of the car. And there's also a hendrick motorsports crewmember run into the accident and steve. If i'm not mistaken. I think is chad canal. I can't tell for sure because it's not a close up but i think it's checked now trying to get well i. It may have been chad of house. But it was a crewman in crewmen are part of the scenario where drivers and competitors try. Take care of each other. That's indicative of that in the truck race at the fairgrounds race. Track in nashville. Where you have never been. By the way harry gant was leading on lap. Two twenty nine of the two hundred and fifty five lap event when he got together with mike. Skinner slapped truck coming off. Turn four so. Harry was going for the win. Dave indies one and after retiring from winston cup harry gant ran a total of eleven races. On what is now. The camping world truck series with a best finish of eighth at flemington. He also ran the winston. Select all-star rice that year at charlotte while fell in the end for bill elliott. Who'd been heard at talladega now. Of course we remember..

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"stricklin" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show

The Down and Dirty Show

03:56 min | 2 months ago

"stricklin" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show

"Ninety-six issue a winston cup saying by the time that yours edition of the mountain dew. Southern five hundred rolled around. It was just barely beginning to dawn on people. That this jeff. Gordon kid was a halfway decent racecar driver. I mean he only won the inaugural brickyard four hundred. He'd only won the nineteen ninety-five championship. And this was his seventh win of the not ninety six season he had won. The last three races darlington. But yeah i think people were just beginning to catch onto the fact that this gordon kid was halfway days behind the wheel where i think you're exactly right one thing about jeff all the Grief cook for being just a kid and for being one boy and a guy given everything he needed to race. of course. that's.

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"stricklin" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show

The Down and Dirty Show

05:04 min | 2 months ago

"stricklin" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show

"That victory prevailed that there are thousands of incidents dislike this all the way throughout the nascar. History hunt led a bunch of laps and got himself a second place. Finish in the nineteen ninety six southern five hundred at darlington. And we're gonna talk more about the race itself in our second segment. But after everything he had been through in his career to that point and all the different teams that he had been with all the disappointments they had faced on the race track. He finished second in the southern five hundred on a very very very hot and difficult day so stay. What do you think that meant to hide a great deal. I think it meant that. All the sacrifices speed made and all the difficulties he had had years to try to stay with the bride. Got a small reward with a second place run. i think it proved to hud. They what whatever the problems were. That kept him out of competitive rides. He wasn't that problem. he could drive. Racecar you've talked about your admiration for junie don levy as being a southern gentleman many many times on the show but hut did wound up driving for junie and that was an operation. You mentioned the challenges of sponsorship and that kind of thing but one of the other challenges they faced. Was it being up in richmond virginia. Well out of the typical nascar corridor in charlotte mooresville and states will straight up seventy seven. So they were often richmond and so that presented challenges. They couldn't just lure somebody away from another team. And not have to move or anything if you went to work for judy don levied that was a major commitment of packing up from north carolina and moving all the way to richmond. Is that something that you junie ever talked about. Were mentioned a once twice but June you gotta remember. Junie was around long as there was a nascar. Was there the very beginning. And it was not the kinda guy that it really wanted to move away from his home and establish these routes somewhere else. He started a steam.

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"stricklin" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show

The Down and Dirty Show

03:05 min | 2 months ago

"stricklin" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show

"I did have a good feel and and and in a way it turned out it was it. Was one single best. That happened for that. Team assured day-old payment. I can get the job done find. You've got to get the car. And i think dale heard me. Tell them on radio way. I describe it and things like that. And i think dale got the point where he had. And i've been like that. You clammed up. You don't express aren't able to express what what's going on for whatever reason whether you got too much senior. Brian can't can't get out but but But that that weekend there. I feel like got weekend. They're really It was a it was a bad good deal. Went turned out. You touched on this just a little bit but this was just less than two years removed from davies accident and it still had twenty eight on the doors and the roof. Still had a big texaco day. Count on the hood. What was it like for you to get in the twenty-eight car Did you consider it davies car or was it just another race car ten point when i got in the car. When are you talking about when when you got in the twenty-eight cart charlotte to help them. Oh okay yeah now. I still looked at davies car. Without a doubt. I still looked at it trying to help davies team. Like i said that The that team robertson doug even they all had a special place in here for that team and I wanted to see it run good even even if it took out running me know i just i wanted to see it run good. That was kinney's last year in sport. Was that something that you saw common. Or was that maybe a shock when he closed the door. It was a shocker. Yeah i did not see that coming your way and i don't think anybody team saw it coming We were on the brink of Of some really something good really fixing to happen because they had some good race cars Good light race cars. Good aero stuff good engines. They had whole combination. And and when i got over there with them we all clicked it. Just it was a. We had confidence in one other and it was just it was just. It was just a thrill to get in that car weekend and week out an but it definitely took the wind offer sale. When he told us he was gonna shut the team down to end the year. Want everybody stay together. But he was gonna shut the team down the year and Man wants you say that it's you know scattered. Yeah nineteen ninety. Six southern five hundred at charlotte. You're with this develop brothers and you have a pretty sporty day. You lead a total of one hundred and forty three laps. But then you finish. Second to jeff gordon. Take me through that wakened. You'd evidently tested before that race and found south. What did you what did you have. Well actually..

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"stricklin" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show

The Down and Dirty Show

04:07 min | 2 months ago

"stricklin" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show

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"stricklin" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show

The Down and Dirty Show

03:40 min | 2 months ago

"stricklin" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show

"You what he's won the best guys i ever drove for. No kidding okay. i'll tell you right now. Love him to death He was he was so cut and dry. You never you always knew right where you stood with him all the time and he would say what was on his mind and also i was always no. Bs guy tell them you know just as it was. You know you know screwed up. I say i screwed up you know and you know or you know agent. Good day or you know par. We couldn't get a bite off the corner for whatever reason and you know and he was okay with that. I mean but it it was you know and thing was a lot like bobby you know. It was always cool to talk to. Bobby bobby is like being a racer. You know the the you know they were just you know e you could speak the same language you know in in both understood was always pretty cool now. Do you ever get to try out one of his cars. No i did go to drag races one time before they running rockingham and that was pretty awesome. I'll tell you that's i drag race. Ever went to no kid watch thing off. Oh my god. I didn't know i thought was having Quake on god allowed but they put me down the start line. Man that thing. I i didn't know whether run or stand steeler are just let the earth shaking my heart out talk last week about how successful he had been on the short tracks in and around his home. State of alabama. He talked about how his future wife pam didn't lock him at first because he'd been beaten davey and he talked about how he'd been hated because he been so much but then when he gets to winston cup. Those kinds of results don't come nearly as easily and even a top ten finish is as hard fought as a win. Had been on some short somewhere. Steve not just for but for any driver who's had any kind of success at a grassroots level. How difficult is it for them to manage those kinds of expectations when they get to the ultimate nascar level. The cup series. What they have to realize. I'm sure realized it. It's a whole new environment and a whole new form of competition. If you're in the top circuit like winston cup was back. Then you're going again just guys that have been there for quite a while. Have a lot of experience and lord knows. They've got the talent so you are now in a new pool. You're a small fish in a big boo and you have to adapt to that and the good ones usually do but over the years i think we have seen that many of the superstars of nascar today and even the ledger drivers had a period of time where they had to adapt to a new environment and learn how to succeed in that. Even the most successful drivers have to accept that win in every single week just isn't possible especially at such an elite low. The best robbers are able to learn from that and move forward intel him. Say hey you know. We'll just have to dig in and get after next week rather than panicking in home..

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"stricklin" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show

The Down and Dirty Show

03:55 min | 2 months ago

"stricklin" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show

"His junk yard reminded me so much of my dad's job lay out a lot like like his was had had a stove in the middle where they cook pinto beans and stuff and man. I tell you what we go there. Sometimes and here's some great stories and and and You know and sometimes unbelievable. There'd be like you. I'd look around. We like junior and inter be ralph seagraves in inner be. You know millard and i mean a man. I'm star stroke. You know in just it was just so awesome you know and all the stories a you know they'd sit there and tell and an and of course they'd get into some of that that tuneup juice. Well listen obviously. I know millard and the best way to describe millard. Is that you said that. He was one juniors france He was also. Let's just say he was also one of junior's business associates right back he probably will. I know probably probably you're right about that. I hate to go from that to this question but july twelfth nineteen ninety-three gibson these helicopter with at any fis over talladega How difficult were those next. Few days and weeks for you in the family and Extremely We we we. We had a lot of stuff hit us. Pay 'em myself our family had you know with davies deal You know we lost a real close friend of mine. Down in clear friend grew up close friend of mine. Mike crawford lost along the same time You know we you know when within two or three weeks there i lost. I lost my race. Track best friend and i lost my best friend. You know from clear and it was. It was pretty devastating time. He really was You know the the helicopter accident going back to that a little bit A lot of people don't know this but I'd flew to loudon with davy up there in and on saturday David told me said You know we are actually your saturday during race during the race. While was at the racetrack. Davis said hey said david bonds test and talladega. Monday said you almost take the helicopter and go up there. I m. it sounds good. That sounds good. So he and i had planned on doing that. So so anyway we We go out to eat saturday night in loudon and me and in the hope. Oh mcdonald's crew we go to someplace there and we all order food we all basically the same thing and we had the absolute worst case of food poisoning that you could possibly imagine everyone of us got sick. I mean and and there was no alcohol involved in it. I just you know and so anyway we Come sunday morning. we're all in the infirmary. They're getting vs in our arms and getting you know You know just feel sick as a dog anyway. I run twenty laps in the race and had to go car. Geoff barton get in the car for me and drive the rest of the day because he blew up early but i cared me back the hospital because i had no you know i would like limp dish rag. Basically and so. I spent a night in hospital sunday night and he actually spent the night spent enough really had spent in hospital sunday night and monday monday. I guess about lunchtime. My got home flew flew home. And then when i got home govinda clear and then i got the news..

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"stricklin" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show

The Down and Dirty Show

02:34 min | 2 months ago

"stricklin" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show

"Ninety three eight hundred five hundred and finish fourth. And i think it's so cool. We're sitting here talking and i can look up in the side off that car right above. What do you remember about that day. i remember. We had a really good race car. handled good Didn't have the fastest race car. But i think we had a. We had a good race car that you can run wide open. Didn't have to lift throttle. it was You know just a good handling car You know come down the end. The rice We was leading with about twenty to go. And i don't know probably sixteen fifteen sixteen laps. Earnhardt somebody hooked up with earnhardt and come by me and In you know come down the end of the race we all found out and you know i could see the car at one. He was right in front of me. And you know we was all out top five cars. Was you know got finished. Fifth could've won just sees guy one could finish fifth but You know it was a great day You know by far the best race we had all year but it just You know we just things didn't go that good after that you know. What was it like driving for junior at that point in his career Junior was probably the most laidback car. Owner just laid back You know he would. He would come in a give two cents worth at martinsville and you know north wilkspur or somewhere like that but he wouldn't You know any and by he had all right coming anytime but You know he knew those places and Had a lot of success with them and But he was you know i love you know. Every time i'd go up there. I always get him. And would you know. Go over to his friends millard. Ashley's and go eat with them. There's always a nationally. Yes sir but it was a lot of good time. Yeah okay now. I have to ask you went with millard. Ashley his place. Where was that that was at a salvage yard. Okay call twenty-one motors. I know exactly where yeah. I live like two miles per. Yep yep okay east go there and still on man goes lillard. One motor yes sir..

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"stricklin" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show

The Down and Dirty Show

03:10 min | 2 months ago

"stricklin" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show

"Could all millard. Here is one for our listeners. To really really think about and let it lane on him a little bit hut had agreed to go with davey allison to the test at talladega in his helicopter but had to back out when he developed a very very bad case of food poisoning in new hampshire and we know what ultimately happened on that helicopter fly and for hutch stricklin to have agreed to go only to back out at the last minute. Yeah that was pretty deep pretty powerful moment there well it's called fate rick and fade stepped in here because food poisoning is no laughing matter whatsoever but you could say that food poisoning and this may have saved life it definitely saved huts life finally steve. Hutt tells us what he really thinks about jimmy. Spencer this is going to be good. I don't know if i was ready for that much less our listeners. Then in our second segment. We're going to go back to the april twenty first nineteen ninety four issue of winston cup saying that issue featured coverage of terri lebanese. I win with hendrick. Motorsports which came north wilkes borrow and speaking jimmy spencer. That race at north wilkes also featured a pretty infamous clash between jimmy and ken schrader while they didn't call him mr excitement for nothing. You know not only was exciting on the track. He was sometimes exciting off of it as well. Williams had a column in this issue where she outlined some of the hijinks that had gone on at drivers meetings and at the right track. I've been in some of those. And i tell you they can get somewhat a larry's there's one drivers being. I think it was that rishon where somebody opened up a bottle of Steak birmingham and the smell. Rotten eggs just permeated a place. This issue also carried features on chuck bound bill. Elliott's liam dawson vol that years very large rookie of the year class in the bush series and finally there was a feature on teacher. Diane fan who had a reading program based around nascar in her classroom. That sounds like a very good idea. And i look forward to hearing how. She's pulled that off steve this week. We have increased patriotic support from philip pedlar and cj all box so cj and fill up. You were already a part of the family. You were already helping us out and i think it's pretty special stave that they chose to up their support because of what we're doing here on the podcast. Right it's pretty pressure to rick. And i sure do appreciate them doing that. So if you hand supporters on patriotic support on pay pao. if you'd like to.

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"stricklin" Discussed on TechStuff

TechStuff

05:38 min | 6 months ago

"stricklin" Discussed on TechStuff

"In front of me. But i think you're right and all of these devices by the way do have actively detection like like motion light sensors on them so that they know when you're coming to and fro rooms no sure so that they can all link up and decide to figure out when someone is in there and whether or not they need to be activated for for the for the thermostats sake although the carbon monoxide and smoke detectors work together with the thermostats to help them cover more area and they also have lights in them and we'll light up if you want them to so that when you you can set it so like if it's in bedroom owed it won't do that so if it detects motion won't light up wake you up. But if it's a hallway and you walk out. It'll end up acting like a little nightlight which i thought was kind of cute too and the light changes color and we'll give you a warning. This is probably the thing. I like the most about the smoke detector. So let's say starts detecting a little bit of smoke and it's not enough for it to trigger a full warning at but it wants to alert you to this fact it will give you an actual human voice warning saying that there is detecting some smoke and the little blue ring of light on the device will turn to yellow. And then if you go to it and let's say you are like me and you're attempting to roast some veggies and you did not realize that you had a little bit of minced garlic on the burner or whatever and that's the only reason there's any smoke at all. You can wave physically at the the smoke detector and it will say false alarm will then never mind now shut itself off and will never do the full blast alarm. That's great so my dog would be so excited about that. Yes yes my dog too. Yeah so the idea of being able to Not have the typical response and the stricklin household where the alarm goes off and then the other person in the house helpfully chimes out. Dinner must be ready. That'd be nice.

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How to Save Your Marriage

The Oprah Winfrey Show: The Podcast

05:11 min | 7 months ago

How to Save Your Marriage

"Going to promise you one thing and that is that we could save your marriage so many times on the show. We've talked about marriage problems and often the solution for serious problems is marriage. Therapy easy to say you'll go but many times the one spouse will not go so what we're going to do is try and make it easy for you as a gift. We're going to give you two free days of marriage therapy. You won't have the expense and you won't have to leave the house. Starting today you will get a chance to look inside a marriage therapy weekend and here is what you'll see. We took eight couples who all admitted their marriages were on the brink of disaster. They spent the weekend with dr horrible hendrix. Who conducts these marriage workshops across the country and in the course of the weekend amazing results happened. Marriages were saved. And today you can begin to say yours. Tim and vicky webster have been married now. For two and a half years they are separated and vicky is expecting their third child. My next couple. Layton and debbie. Clark have three children and i've been married for six years. Derek and valencia. Stevens have been married for five and a half years. George and beth pasta have been married fifteen years and they have two children. Randy and pam mal have been married over twelve years and they have two children. Joe and karen stricklin have been married now for two years and they have three children from a previous marriage. Jim and laurie tolliver have been married nine months. The last of the eight couples has the biggest obstacle to overcome. James and mimi had been married six years. Mimi has filed for divorce. They came to the seminar truly to save the marriage. James and mimi lacey also joining us the mastermind behind this particular kind of marriage therapy and the author of this book which the therapy is based on called getting the love. You want getting the love you want. It is a guide for couples. Please welcome our marriage man. Harvard this. I have been watching some of the tape from the seminar and it is it has helped me and my relationship tremendously really has really just in learning how to fight fairly and so forth. Why is this different. It's different because there's a focus on an understanding that couples issues arise out of their childhood. And that when they present themselves in the relationship we have to understand that they come from someplace other than just the marriage so the workshop helps couples understand that provides them with some tools experiences information to help them resolve those childhood issues in their relationship. So we take the position that divorce is not the solution to a marriage that Working on marriage and resolving the childhood issue is the solution. So when you're married to someone you have to look at them for everything that they brought to the marriage before they got there exactly. Yeah childhood most important. You have to look at the childhood issues that were brought knowing that most of the conflict couples experience in their relationship comes from unresolved pains and hurts in childhood that are presenting themselves in adult form in the relationship. And if you know that then you know you're relating to a person when they're angry at you or upset or acting sort of crazy and you don't understand what's going on that relating to a person who's wounded and hurt and are dealing with that wound and hurt with the only skills and tools that they now have and that what you have to do in a relationship is to acquire new skills to deal with the old issues they have to be dealt with and so. The exercise that we're going to see now is called container. Exercise called a container exercise and this exercise comes actually at the end of two days of very intensive work. So it's about probably sixteen hours into the workshop before you get to this before you can get to this part because it takes a while to get to these kinds of feelings and the container is an exercise designed to help a couple deal with. What is what. I call a residual childhood rage. The hurts and pains the feelings. That are leftover that are created when when his little and get hurt and so. That rage shows up in marriages as Anger rage hurt and so forth in this container helps you deal with that because it has to be dealt with and resolve it so that you feel closer and more intimate afterwards. It creates compassionate intimacy rather than the distance that comes with most fights nats call container. Why because one person has to just listen. One person has to justice and one is a container that is they receive and listen and the other person is asked to go into their childhood hurt. It starts with something that happened in the relationship but then there to push their anger into the childhood memory and then into that pain. So there'd be a lot of expressions of intense anger and then tears usually come and then after that some talking and then when couples are doing this and they're real life you know in their home or in the workshop they alternate one listens as a carrying holding nurturing parrot and the other one goes in becomes regress like a little child back into that paint. Oakland alternate

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"stricklin" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

03:16 min | 9 months ago

"stricklin" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

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"stricklin" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

02:21 min | 9 months ago

"stricklin" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"The we're a better spot than we were a week ago week ago we we paused our activity and and announced You know we'd had a surge in the number positive Kobe. Cases. and we're better off the standpoint of you know those those have tapered and. kind of our numbers have gone way down as far. Positive tests we we have some. People still in isolation and quarantine. But you know looks like they're people who had symptoms are are covering from them and looks like everyone's going to be okay which is obviously your first concerning time situation like this you know make sure that. You know there's so people are healthy working get healthy. and right now we are. We are planning on returning to activity this coming Monday, which is October twenty six and and and we feel like will be able to do that. Relatively. full-strength. So Oh, we go. We were still kind of seeing a lot of cases and and that is kind of you know got the point where the last few days we haven't had any positives players, which is, which is certainly a positive. So. So I think I'm pretty I think we're all. Clear on what you just got through saying so Monday practice begins facilities open and get ready for a game would w about the simplest way to put. An Sorry for the for the overflow of words there. But yeah, we'll get back at it, Monday and. We anticipate. Have you know we may have we'll have a few players may maybe a handful west and five that will still be in some kind of quarantine but for the most part the rest of the squad will be available and and be getting ready for a game against Missouri on the thirty first. Scott. which would which stroke a Lotta people would was simply that your program had done it really well by almost all accounts and I know it's not easy to do in in difficult times and then this happened I know you've. You've done as much looking back and evaluating as possible but Where did it all begin with? What happened? Well, you're right. But we we went through about an. Eleven week period from July until the beginning of October where we we were seeing fewer than a single case a week. And and then within. A seven day.

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"stricklin" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

01:42 min | 9 months ago

"stricklin" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"I'm hoping for the best but again I just don't see. One way in between now and the end of the city's. Well. I I understand where you're coming from There are a lot of tricky games ahead but you know some of those schools that you're talking about are one in particular not in great shape either but. If that happens. Tennessee goes three, three seven. I I would be very concerned about holding recruiting together and holding that program cohesively cemented to Jeremy pruitt's back because he would he would have a difficult time. Talking his way out of that one red dog is up next. Good afternoon. I'm Anne leaks. Is it till the SEC championship? Paul? I'm read. It would be A. Two months from now. Because we're a lot. I mean. WHO COULD BE I? Mean well, I I tell you. Anyway I mean your mouth last week I didn't think I. Didn't think the. seahawks could be. Georgia. Smeared all over your pay. Hey I met a man. You're you're a know it all you know that you ran your mouth you got somebody's stuck in down your throat, and now you're trying to talk your way out of it like you always do. I'm not your team got your team got smack. You got embarrassed. So shut up. Okay. Does Oliver let's take a break. We. We're going to talk to Scott. Stricklin. Committed whose team could also be one of those ended up beating. The University of Georgia that's the University of Florida. He's the athletic director down there and he will be with US next..

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College Athletes Forced To Sign Coronavirus Waivers To Return To Campus

The Paul Finebaum Show

04:05 min | 1 year ago

College Athletes Forced To Sign Coronavirus Waivers To Return To Campus

"The last couple of days you certainly seen stories circulating the various schools are requiring players for voluntary workouts to sign waivers. We had Alan Green on earlier from Albany. said they talked about it. They decided not to. So. What does it really mean I? Know what it sounds like. It sounds really bad does heather has done some reporting on that and so much else, and she joins us from ESPN. Heather, great W on. It's always a pleasure. I know you know what it means, but I'll let you take the audience through the process. We said hello to you. Hey Paul. Thanks for having me on I. I think the best way to describe. It is through reporting, which is what Ohio state athletic. Director Gene Smith told me when I spoke to him last night and I asked him. Is this a way to protect yourself? Is it a liability issue? and His answer was no. This is not a legal document. That's why we're calling pledge, and that's because athletic directors throughout the country are concerned about what happens when these college kids leave the confines of Control of athletic facilities. And you know this is, this is the concern as departments are bending. Bending over backwards Paul to not only meet CDC guidelines, but to exceed them to protect these student athletes, but as soon as these players Wanna go to their favorite Taco bar to their girlfriend's house or the other bar whatever it might be all bets are off, so gene Smith is saying is we put this plan in place to try to get them to promise to us that? When they leave the athletic facilities, they will wear a mask. They will social distance. They will be responsible and do what they can to protect themselves the team and stop the spread of the corona virus. I'm glad you explained that. Because we've all been reacting with our is Eyebrows raised heather beyond that. You can't just look at your television and get a snapshot that the numbers are going up because we're. We're in a different spot here. Fourteen weeks in. We were weak, one two or three, but. Some of this negativity comes at really inopportune time as college football moves, everything else moves toward an opening what? What is your reporting? Tell you about where we are well. I've been on the phone all day. Actually trying to answer that question because things are changing and I spoke to Florida. Athletic Director Scott Stricklin today, because he's in Florida where cases arising, and he's still very optimistic. That college football is going to start on time and we're. They are located. I don't WanNa. Use the word safe, but they don't have a lot of cases within their outlet department right now in the community that they're in and you know I was on there. Zoom call last week with. With her doctors and they did a fantastic job again putting things in place to protect student athletes. Now you go to Houston where they had to shut down everything because there were not only six positive cases, but the keeping they were symptomatic. I don't know what to what degree, but that's important because it reminds everyone that they are student athletes. Yes, they are not invincible. Nobody knows exactly how this is going to impact the person that actually gets infected by so I think that's important to remember and I also talked to big twelve. Commissioner Bulls beat today. Yes I'm still very confident that we're going to have a college football season. You're going to see college football games, but it's going to be interrupted. It might be at levels at different places based on the resources that they have going to have outbreaks. Some schools will be able to handle them. Some schools will not and then finally I just hung up with Shane Lyons. Who is the chair of the Football Oversight Committee and he had a great quote, he said the coronavirus is controlling us. We are not controlling it. So as he said as I, sit here today I. Think we're going to have a college football season, but anybody who tells you that they actually know is lying.

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"stricklin" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

04:44 min | 1 year ago

"stricklin" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Now bishop Kevin Stricklin offer some final reflections on today's message Kevin we are in this season of epiphany reminded us and many of us are not quite sure what that's all about he said we tend to expect that appear from the is about the revelation of Jesus about finding Jesus witnessing Jesus in various after frantic moments it's not supposed to be about finding ourselves or is it you ask and you and Caroline Lewis point out the finding Jesus and unexpected moments is also when we can find ourselves who we are who we are called to be we catch a new glimpse an epiphany of something we hadn't seen before our in our own faith story would you say more about how that happens and how we can be more alert to those at the frantic moments in our own lives yeah I think it's interesting that epiphany in the text we have with the lectionary come after the season of advent and Christmas which is by no mistake but if you think of advent preparing us for Emmanuel god with us mmhm Christmas prepares us for the incarnation of literal flesh that comes into the world of Jesus the Christ an epiphany is the living out of that revelation of how god through Christ has already found us found us in the form of the Emmanuel who is forecasted found us in the form of the incarnate one who cries in the manger who finds us in the face of the one who we passed by on the street who's homeless that we never want to know their name or even look them in the eyes I think finds us in the elderly whose eyes have grown damn and their minds are being lost to dementia or Alzheimer's and yet they still know of god's love I think finds us in fleshy things like bread and wine and water and word but also think finds us in how we live out what Jesus was all about in his life how we feed those her hungering cold those her naked how we stand up for those who are marginalized how we make sure the immigrants have a welcome and how we are company people even unto death and reminding them even into death there's incarnation there's a manual there's an epiphany happening right there in that moment that we don't always have to go searching for Jesus Jesus sorry sought us out found us claimed us named us I think too often we make the finding god way too hard you asked if we invite others to come and see god in Christ made manifest in our churches what might happen we we can't make others see what we've seen and experienced you say but how might we go about making those invitations yeah I mean to what I said earlier about that we've often live by the mantra of if we build it they will come yeah I I think that doesn't work I don't think it's ever worked and so what does it mean to invite others into the epiphany the the god made manifest in our whole lives in into the life of the church especially the church gathers around word and sacrament on Sunday in your places maybe Sunday afternoons or Wednesdays or wherever I think that means that when we invite people into the spaces we also have to want to walk with people in those spaces more often than not people come into churches these days and they're either D. searched her by the church or unchurched and so we can't make an assumption that people coming into the spaces of worship know anything about what's happening normally in worship but no anything of god so I think it requires we who have been trained if you will to know the story and may even need to be trained a bit better ourselves to know the story of god's love in god's love made manifest in our lives but also to tell how we feel that love is made manifest and it's going to be different for each person tells a story and how do we invite people not only to hear and know god story but how that god story is part of their own story how can we equip people to tell that and I think that has to be lived out you can't always just assume that people reading that are gonna get it I think people to feel that I think they have to experience that and I think it's also a journey as on a one off things a wind we invite people to come in to the church I think we also have to be willing to bite the church to go out so the epiphany literally is carrying the light of Christ into a dark place and we don't have to look far in our world for dark places are bishop Kevin Strickland.

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"stricklin" Discussed on EAA's The Green Dot - An Aviation Podcast

EAA's The Green Dot - An Aviation Podcast

10:25 min | 1 year ago

"stricklin" Discussed on EAA's The Green Dot - An Aviation Podcast

"I couldn't tell her where I was and I couldn't tell her when I was coming back back and that is the days before electronics as we know them today so from over there I got a fifteen minute. Call on combat phone every Sunday. That's the only interaction I had with her so it was pretty challenging in addition to be in my first combat deployment it was also challenging on the family side which I think in the military the family side and the support we get from them and how many times she had to be a single mom we have four kids now and so many times I just got off an assignment Afghanistan where I was gone for a year and she sang Lin four kids at home while overseas wearing combat gear and running convoys and that is one aspect of the military that I think we talk about the cool fly inside you know because it's cool but we don't talk about the backside of that with our families at supportive and allow us to do that yeah yeah definitely I'd notes I can't even imagine what what kind of stresses that is on a on a military family especially a young family like that yeah. We still look back on it today and go. What were we thinking? Can we have a son that's twenty three now and she goes. We had a kid and the kid on the way at that at that age you know the it's kind of like me go into the Air Force Academy what we had had going for us is we didn't know how hard it was. I didn't know how hard it was to go the F fifteen because nobody told me thankfully I think that's how I got there and we got married eleven days after I graduated the Air Force Academy and had kids right after that and we didn't know that as a young man that was no babysitters no family I mean you're really on your own with the now you have your military family and they're very supportive but it's just different and and we look back on that and go. It's awesome that we did it. But what were we thinking thinking that age walk us through your progression to the thunderbirds. I mean that's a dream for a lot of people had to be at some point on your radars well someone to tell you it wasn't it wasn't my dream. It never crossed my mind so I went to the fifteen did my combat Osama at Eglin Air Force Base and then after that I was fortunate to get pulled back to the schoolhouse to be an instructor in the fifteen and that is as a fighter pilot to teach at the schoolhouse house and being evaluated the schoolhouse I mean your influence in a whole generation and and that is that's awesome that was more than I could ever hope for and I'll tell you there is a there was a time we deployed down to Key West. I called a hardship tour. We went down to Key West because the navy was in town and we wanted to fight the F. Eighteens and I have this pitcher in my mind actually have a picture of it. We'll show later tonight and I pulled up over the islands down there and you see the contrails coming off the wings and I looked back over my shoulder ingo go. I'm twenty nine and I made it. I made my life dream of where I wanted to go and that sounds really good but I will tell you. There's a moment omen of what do I do now. I focused my whole life only being a combat instructor F fifteen pilot and I don't know what to do tomorrow when I wake up and I stumbled around for a few months love in the F fifteen love and instruct him but not knowing what the next steps were and I had a senior leader that I had been deployed with before and I think he just saw this his experience allowed him to know where I was and I can tell you what building I was in and what room it wasn't. He pulled me in a room and close the door and goes hey. What do you want to be? When you grow up? I said ironically I don't know that's the talk them having myself right now and he goes. Have you ever thought about being a thunderbird. He was a former thunderbird and no I never considered consider that and so he started mentoring me of what it meant and he goes. Hey I want you to go home and talk to -Tarian see what she thinks. How go talk to her? She's not doing anything with I go home at Dinner Gohei terror. What do you think you know? He said you know think about being a thunderbird and this is what it meant. She goes. That's about right. I kind of pitcher you doing that. Let's go do it and kind of like everything else. Okay I dropped few pounds. I trained for it. I put in a package and I was fortunate to get picked up my first year again not knowing that it usually takes people two to three years to get selected and I got picked up and went out there so here I am an evaluator pilot at the school house with fifteen perfectly comfortable with where I'm at and now I have to go learn to fly a different plane. It's not a center stick. It's a side stick. It's fly by wire. It's a half the size of the fifteen completely different mission. I had to go get combat certified so I had to drop bombs. Shoot the gun everything that you do in F sixteen training and I finally get qualified with it and I show up the Nellis Thinking I'm. I'm there right time to be a thunderbird. They go. That's awesome now. You have ninety seven flights to upgrade before we actually considered you at thunderbird so long syllabus in the Air Force we flew three times a day five days a week week for almost four months straight and they were all high g maneuvers they were exhausting because you're out on the range as you can imagine the show is precise because you practice you said that many times and so then as we do our check rides to get certified to go on the road. That's the first time we can wear a number and put our number in our name on our aircraft one of the things I have always been curious about with you know with the the major jet demonstration teams kind of how how does a how does practice how does working up those maneuvers actually work do you do you practice. The entire is I kind of envisioned. It almost like being in a almost almost like being in a band you know where you're practicing individual parts and then you kind of put the whole song together. Is that kind of how it works or is it or are you practicing kind of the show all up a lot so you nailed failed. You nailed it. We practice the parts and it's you know it's blind. It's part task training so in the beginning there's only one person qualified to do my maneuvers and it's the outgoing solo so we get in the two seater and we go out and practice maneuvers single ship we practice a single ship maneuvers and then after about a month of that then we practice the two Solos lows and the opposing work we call it where we started ten miles apart we pointed each other and hit show center at the within six hundred feet of each other and we literally do that aspect of training and fly separately for three months remember. I said it's a format training cycle so we do that no kidding for three months I remember we put we call it putting the diamond coming together. That's where we start flying the ship formation and we we put the diamond together at the end of January. Our check rides the beginning of March so we basically have one month the flying is a six ship and that is praxis six ship rolls and loops and all that and then we had about two weeks of practice in the show in its entirety but everybody had practiced their individual individual pieces their individual instruments so much that when we stood on stage together now it's beautiful music. Yeah Okay No. That's that's that's interesting so so you you you know maybe you'd spend some days probably practicing the same maneuver over and over and then you might do your entire your entire part of the show and then maybe maybe if there was something you wanted to go back to you might say okay. We'll pick it up from you. Know whatever this maneuver was that kind of thing so I'll give you one example. I'm not emotion sick. A person is a fighter Bob never been motion sick in my life except centrifuge training which is a whole different story and the only time I've almost gotten sick was on Aileron Emerald Day so if you think about the show there's one maneuver where Solo comes in low altitude pulls vertical at show center and does Aileron roll straight up until you can't see them anymore. Well Imagine Lauren Role Day. All I did was go out reset. Come in and do a straight up. Go out reset coming onto straight up and I don't remember I think it was about the ninety count somewhere round about there. I had to call a knock it off which for us is cease maneuvering. We gotta see what's going on and and I said team. I'm done for the day. I have to go land because I've done so many alarm roles that I can't take it anymore and that happened a lot when you're doing something. Your body's not used to like that like ninety roles. You have to get used to it. Yeah I think ninety unroll straight up into the Sky I think we I don't think we'll we'll blamed for that. I'll give you one more aspect we had to use two so the Solos routinely around negative three and a half cheese and that's something that most pilots do not like is negative gs especially especially fighter pilots. We don't like it but you realize when we roll upside down to set the lift Becker so that we're flying straight and level inverted you have to you have to push those above arises arises spike it before you can fly at sustained flight is negative one G so if you don't fly inverted for about a week the next time you fly at negative active Jeez you get a horrible headache it is it's something you have to condition your body to because it's not something that pilots are used to. We're used to positive GEEZ. We're not used to negative GS. We're trying to move the blood around our body to keep auction in our brain under positive Jeez the problem with negative Jesus forces all the blood. Your brain feels like your eyes are going to pop out you're really bloodshot and that's where the headache comes from but that's something we have to train to get used to flying around at those negative Jesus the accent because he had fighter maneuvers visually pulling positive role until you're you're wow so. was there a ceremony or anything when you actually like finish your flights and you become what they consider. A thunderbird is sir. Is there something that happens at that point. It's internal celebration because the team because it's a big day because realize of the six demonstration pilots there are no backup pilots only one person strained trained to fly every position and half the team new every year so of the six pilots three of them are new and so every year three new pilots get certified and and it's becoming a thunderbird we have a say once thunderbird thunderbird so it is an incredibly tight-knit organization. I still talk to my team. I talked to my crew chief this morning before I came in here and here it's been sixteen years. Since I was on the team you can imagine it's such a small community that we stay very tight so it's a very important day. When you get to wear your number for the first first time that's awesome? That's great so tell it can't tell us about your first. Show like what what was that like. You know your first show. I still remember it. We do our I show at Luke Air Force Base so we kind of go back to where we were trained that follow the F sixteen and we do our first show and my family drove down there. My wife was there and and I will tell tell you one thing we do is my wife for the first time get a lot of training behind the saints because when she traveled when the wife travels with a thunderbird or a husband travels with thunderbird as you can imagine when you're out there everybody wants to talk to her..

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"stricklin" Discussed on EAA's The Green Dot - An Aviation Podcast

EAA's The Green Dot - An Aviation Podcast

09:08 min | 1 year ago

"stricklin" Discussed on EAA's The Green Dot - An Aviation Podcast

"EA. I'm one of your hosts hosts and across the table. I'm one of your other hosts. I'm Chris Henry e Aviation Museum Programs Coordinator and Chris do see Jomon sitting across from you. They're absolutely Lee as I always say. I love episodes. We have a coup guests with us. We certainly do today today. We have Colonel Chris Strickland with us Karl thank you for coming up and being with us. We really appreciate she hit. Thanks Chris. It's always a great time to be here at a and I appreciate spending time with you. Absolutely we'll tonight. We're recording this that we're reporting on a Friday here tonight. Something very special is happening and you're actually launching your book with us here tonight. I am and it's an honor to do that. With such a passionate crowd about aviation to launch a book about an incident that happened to me a while back and how my family dealt with it and what it means to us today well. It's really an honor for us to to be here with you and to do that. We'll get a little bit into the book and Events Around the book but you know I one of our favorite questions. We like to ask people as just. Where did it all start? How did you I I didn't flying? That's always the question that people in Aviation WanNa know is how did you get your inspiration to take to the skies and what we do every single day from me. Small Town Alabama Emma boy my dad worked in a quarry no military in my family and I decided to fly fifteenth and I went to my counselor and said Hey hey I want to go to the Air Force Academy I WANNA fly fifteens and and she looked at me and I would love to say she was supportive but she goes. What's the Air Force Academy and so from their seventeen year old me I got my car went and found a first term senator and said Hey sir I want to go to the Air Force Academy? We sponsor me up there and I had a saying hanging you know my wall my whole life and it was cut out of a magazine it was laminated. I looked at it every morning every night and it simply said like begins at Mach two and I always had it but I didn't you know where it came from. So as I started speaking writing a book I researched it and came from a magazine Article Net back in nineteen eighty six George Plumpton wrote in popular mechanics magazine and he had the opportunity to fly in an F. Eighteen and he did about a four page spread about how it was demanding on the pilot how what it was really like to be a fighter pilot but most most importantly at the end of the article he compared the F. Eighteen to a corvette and to a young child in Alabama. The corvette was something I really loved and I said that is compared to a corvette. That's what I WANNA do with my life. That's funny. It's funny that came from an Plumpton article man. That guy got to do everything I wonder how it compared to quarterbacking the lions yeah it's amazing to does. He understand how many people he inspired what he wrote about and it was it was a true non fighter pilot article about what it was like to be a fighter pilot and the demands that are on our body and what we go through in in it just made me go. I want that so from there you did you you did attend the the Air Force Academy I did. I went to the Air Force Academy about three weeks after graduation with fifteen hundred closest friends for four years of what I like to call all basic training the whole four years and wh what kind of experience was free kind of coming out of a small town in Colorado Springs was it. Was It kinda familiar to you you or was it a kind of a brief from drinking from a fire hose. It was drinking from a fire hose the whole time and I will tell you it is a lot of competition titian. Get in the Air Force Academy as you can imagine and when you take fifteen hundred young people that are coming as the top of their class and lock them in in one building on one campus. Guess what happens when fifteen hundred number ones get together. Fourteen hundred ninety nine of them aren't number one anymore so it was demanding both physically and mentally but there was also the challenge of being in college and such a High Level College at such a level of competition and it was a great I mean I say the freshman year there from he is one of the hardest years that I ever went through my childhood because there were so much adaptation to the new way of life and and getting through the Air Force Academy and the competition to be a pilot pilot coming out of there it was just it was an amazing experience that I wouldn't trade for anything in the world but even now after so many years I will admit that I love the Academy Kademi but I hated every day I was there if you know what I mean yeah that that makes a lot of sense the diesel have I know I still have dreams of being in a final exam Zama last sat for you know twenty years ago. Is that the same thing for you so that dream for me. If you remember a final final week we put all our finals in one week and we ate on base because it's a military and so we had a midnight meal that we lovingly called Scooby snacks. If you remember Scooby Doo Scooby always had scooby snacks so at midnight we would go out to get our scooby snacks and and about every night you would hear somebody goes screaming across the patio out there because they had hit that breaking point and somebody he's not getting his scooby snack. Ah Yeah so what was your progression of aircraft flew through training. How did that go so graduation? From the Air Force Academy I I went to pilot training and back then we went to the thirty seven so the tweet now they fly the t six so you do that for about six months I went to Euro NATO joint jet Pilot Training Senate Sheppard Air Force Base which is where we trained fighter pilots so after six months of t thirty seven training you get rank ordered and then you go into the thirty eight where you learned to fly a high speed jet you go supersonic for the first time learn to fly formation those type things and then coming out of the t thirty eight you get rank ordered and we have assignment midnight so you literally walk into a room with all of your instructors and your peers know spouses no friends though anybody they locked the door they walk up on stage and at the time they took a cheat off of a board that had you rank order from first to last and it was right there and start with number one you get up and walk to the board and they have magnets every airplane plane that was available to be picked and you walked up and pick the airplane you wanted. Put it by your name and you can imagine as you went down. The list got smaller and smaller so for me. I I got my first choice. The F fifteen went out of their to introduction to fighter fundamentals which is where we take the t thirty eight put a bomb on a gun side on it and we fight against the other to start getting those basic fighter type skills in and then I went off to the fifteen at Tyndall to the schoolhouse to get qualified in the fifteen then once once you get to your combat unit which was me was the thirty third fighter wing at Eglin Air Force Base. It takes about three months to finish and get certified before you're a combat ready pilot ready to deploy we overseas why so the F fifteen I mean that's a great airplane undefeated champion as we always say What was your first impression? When you get your dream you signed the fifteen? He got on the ramp at some point and you finally see the airplane. You'RE GONNA fly for the first time. What's that feeling like so if we could back it up a little bit because this happened at the Air Force Academy one of the benefits go in the Air Force Academy is we have an assignment one summer for three weeks to go out and shadow a unit and see the real air force? We call it is like for me happened to go to Tyndall Air Force Base so as a senior at the Air Force Academy I was able to get in an F. Fifteen and go fly for the first time before I graduated before I had the assignment before I'd been through pilot training and you can imagine the childhood sparkling is when I walk out and see that beast I it's the size of a tennis court for those that don't know it's about thirteen feet off the ground when you climb up and I'm just sitting there and admiration of this thing and we take off and when we airborne a home i Gosh I hate it. It is brutal it hurts and I landed exhausted. After a forty minute flight a pulling nine Jeez I mean and they didn't take it easy on me. They full up at a normal mission with me and I remember we went back into into the debrief room which has a lot of computers so it's kind of cool and about two minutes. It's in the debrief. I was not enough out of pure exhaustion. I was so tired and my instructor goes a just an incentive right for you. You can go and go if you want to and I left there going. Oh my Gosh Josh is my life's dream and it hurt. My whole body hurts. It's bigger than any workout I ever had and there was that moment of do I really want to do this and that's when I said Yep. This is what I WANNA do so that was my first flight before I went to pilot training. That's it's interesting first of all that that that's I'm definitely a lot cooler than I think any internships that we offer here I think we've got to step up our game a little bit but but I think we can all kind of identify with at least one or two things that we all kind of wanted to do but then we actually got to do it and you know. It wasn't quite what we thought it was. I think for a lot of people's probably learning learning to fly you know period but yeah so now you actually deployed with the fifteen right I did. I deployed with the fifteen with a young wife. My I married my high school sweetheart. We'd Heart We had a child while we're in pilot training about thirteen months after we got married and then shortly thereafter after having my son we had a daughter so you pitcher Eglin Glenn Airforce Base Young Newlyweds two kids and I deployed and I deployed to a classified location..

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How Former Thunderbird Pilot Col. Chris Stricklin Developed an Interest in Flying

EAA's The Green Dot - An Aviation Podcast

08:00 min | 1 year ago

How Former Thunderbird Pilot Col. Chris Stricklin Developed an Interest in Flying

"Today. We have Colonel Chris Strickland with us Karl thank you for coming up and being with us. We really appreciate she hit. Thanks Chris. It's always a great time to be here at a and I appreciate spending time with you. Absolutely we'll tonight. We're recording this that we're reporting on a Friday here tonight. Something very special is happening and you're actually launching your book with us here tonight. I am and it's an honor to do that. With such a passionate crowd about aviation to launch a book about an incident that happened to me a while back and how my family dealt with it and what it means to us today well. It's really an honor for us to to be here with you and to do that. We'll get a little bit into the book and Events Around the book but you know I one of our favorite questions. We like to ask people as just. Where did it all start? How did you I I didn't flying? That's always the question that people in Aviation WanNa know is how did you get your inspiration to take to the skies and what we do every single day from me. Small Town Alabama Emma boy my dad worked in a quarry no military in my family and I decided to fly fifteenth and I went to my counselor and said Hey hey I want to go to the Air Force Academy I WANNA fly fifteens and and she looked at me and I would love to say she was supportive but she goes. What's the Air Force Academy and so from their seventeen year old me I got my car went and found a first term senator and said Hey sir I want to go to the Air Force Academy? We sponsor me up there and I had a saying hanging you know my wall my whole life and it was cut out of a magazine it was laminated. I looked at it every morning every night and it simply said like begins at Mach two and I always had it but I didn't you know where it came from. So as I started speaking writing a book I researched it and came from a magazine Article Net back in nineteen eighty six George Plumpton wrote in popular mechanics magazine and he had the opportunity to fly in an F. Eighteen and he did about a four page spread about how it was demanding on the pilot how what it was really like to be a fighter pilot but most most importantly at the end of the article he compared the F. Eighteen to a corvette and to a young child in Alabama. The corvette was something I really loved and I said that is compared to a corvette. That's what I WANNA do with my life. That's funny. It's funny that came from an Plumpton article man. That guy got to do everything I wonder how it compared to quarterbacking the lions yeah it's amazing to does. He understand how many people he inspired what he wrote about and it was it was a true non fighter pilot article about what it was like to be a fighter pilot and the demands that are on our body and what we go through in in it just made me go. I want that so from there you did you you did attend the the Air Force Academy I did. I went to the Air Force Academy about three weeks after graduation with fifteen hundred closest friends for four years of what I like to call all basic training the whole four years and wh what kind of experience was free kind of coming out of a small town in Colorado Springs was it. Was It kinda familiar to you you or was it a kind of a brief from drinking from a fire hose. It was drinking from a fire hose the whole time and I will tell you it is a lot of competition titian. Get in the Air Force Academy as you can imagine and when you take fifteen hundred young people that are coming as the top of their class and lock them in in one building on one campus. Guess what happens when fifteen hundred number ones get together. Fourteen hundred ninety nine of them aren't number one anymore so it was demanding both physically and mentally but there was also the challenge of being in college and such a High Level College at such a level of competition and it was a great I mean I say the freshman year there from he is one of the hardest years that I ever went through my childhood because there were so much adaptation to the new way of life and and getting through the Air Force Academy and the competition to be a pilot pilot coming out of there it was just it was an amazing experience that I wouldn't trade for anything in the world but even now after so many years I will admit that I love the Academy Kademi but I hated every day I was there if you know what I mean yeah that that makes a lot of sense the diesel have I know I still have dreams of being in a final exam Zama last sat for you know twenty years ago. Is that the same thing for you so that dream for me. If you remember a final final week we put all our finals in one week and we ate on base because it's a military and so we had a midnight meal that we lovingly called Scooby snacks. If you remember Scooby Doo Scooby always had scooby snacks so at midnight we would go out to get our scooby snacks and and about every night you would hear somebody goes screaming across the patio out there because they had hit that breaking point and somebody he's not getting his scooby snack. Ah Yeah so what was your progression of aircraft flew through training. How did that go so graduation? From the Air Force Academy I I went to pilot training and back then we went to the thirty seven so the tweet now they fly the t six so you do that for about six months I went to Euro NATO joint jet Pilot Training Senate Sheppard Air Force Base which is where we trained fighter pilots so after six months of t thirty seven training you get rank ordered and then you go into the thirty eight where you learned to fly a high speed jet you go supersonic for the first time learn to fly formation those type things and then coming out of the t thirty eight you get rank ordered and we have assignment midnight so you literally walk into a room with all of your instructors and your peers know spouses no friends though anybody they locked the door they walk up on stage and at the time they took a cheat off of a board that had you rank order from first to last and it was right there and start with number one you get up and walk to the board and they have magnets every airplane plane that was available to be picked and you walked up and pick the airplane you wanted. Put it by your name and you can imagine as you went down. The list got smaller and smaller so for me. I I got my first choice. The F fifteen went out of their to introduction to fighter fundamentals which is where we take the t thirty eight put a bomb on a gun side on it and we fight against the other to start getting those basic fighter type skills in and then I went off to the fifteen at Tyndall to the schoolhouse to get qualified in the fifteen then once once you get to your combat unit which was me was the thirty third fighter wing at Eglin Air Force Base. It takes about three months to finish and get certified before you're a combat ready pilot ready to deploy we overseas why so the F fifteen I mean that's a great airplane undefeated champion as we always say What was your first impression? When you get your dream you signed the fifteen? He got on the ramp at some point and you finally see the airplane. You'RE GONNA fly for the first time. What's that feeling like so if we could back it up a little bit because this happened at the Air Force Academy one of the benefits go in the Air Force Academy is we have an assignment one summer for three weeks to go out and shadow a unit and see the real air force? We call it is like for me happened to go to Tyndall Air Force Base so as a senior at the Air Force Academy I was able to get in an F. Fifteen and go fly for the first time before I graduated before I had the assignment before I'd been through pilot training and you can imagine the childhood sparkling is when I walk out and see that beast I it's the size of a tennis court for those that don't know it's about thirteen feet off the ground when you climb up and I'm just sitting there and admiration of this thing and we take off and when we airborne a home i Gosh I hate it. It is brutal it hurts and I landed exhausted. After a forty minute flight a pulling nine Jeez I mean and they didn't take it easy on me. They full up at a normal mission with me and I remember we went back into into the debrief room which has a lot of computers so it's kind of cool and about two minutes. It's in the debrief. I was not enough out of pure exhaustion. I was so tired and my instructor goes a just an incentive right for you. You can go and go if you want to and I left there going. Oh my Gosh Josh is my life's dream and it hurt. My whole body hurts. It's bigger than any workout I ever had and there was that moment of do I really want to do this and that's when I said Yep. This is what I WANNA do so that was my first flight before I went to pilot training.

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 Is Maggie McFly related to George McFly?

The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

06:03 min | 3 years ago

Is Maggie McFly related to George McFly?

"A science experiment gone terribly wrong. Here's what's coming up on the nice guys on business. I going to tell you when you said that like a hundred fucking comments fly through my mind is such a softball like I've so they're low. Andy walks. The bases loaded on twelve straight pitches. How can the nice guys Lael pitches that close? I, thou shall take out the holy pin, then thou shalt count to three, no, more. No less four, thou shalt not count, then count thou to expecting thou then proceed to three five is right out. Once the number three being the third number be reached. Then lavas thou the holy hand grenade of Antioch towards the nice guys on business need an education on how to grow your business. The nice guys are here to help learn about great customer service networking and how just being nice can help you prosper. Now hero, you're. Host, Doug Sandler and Strickland Bonner your fourteen percent or are we going to crap out? Do we need a quick episode. Oh, I see. They turned off the mega maze. So I've got a fourteen percent more WI fi before it dies and nuts. So it's ok, never. Okay. Joining to stop recording some reasons. Why that you need to tell me. Do we have anything private lives? Nothing. Right. Hey, look and fans. Welcome back. Welcome back by the way, whatever it is the beginning of this recording. I'm sure it's all going to be in the recording because you know what? There's nothing private between Doug and I, it's all about the fuck advanced love you guys in. We are completely transparent with you. I don't even. I can't even imagine what in my life would be so private that I cannot share it with the nice guys on business podcast. What would that be? Imagine anything so private that I couldn't share it with the three or four thousand people download every episode of this easy asked show. It's not like anybody ever held anything against me in really. I mean, never. I mean, I've, I've talked relationship stuff. I've talked health stuff. I've talked GMO things you and I have gotten in arguments. I've gotten in arguments with with ex wives. I've had my kids on the show. I mean, what? What else could possibly go wrong on this show? Well, having said that I'm going to spend the virtual meal. Yeah, I don't have the wheel because I'm not at home. Right? But I'm, I'm still in Connecticut. I know come for anybody that doesn't know anything about banking as listen to the Tuesday show. We talked about sensitively, so go back and listen. If you didn't listen, hang on. I'm looking through the topics because the tie what you just said about being transparent is one of your topics. And now I can't. I don't know on being transparent was one of the topics. I mean a happy to talk. About transparency but was topics. It was indirectly topic because it was something about your relationships. Where's that topic? Oh, yeah, yeah. Whitney. The topic was I wanted to my relationship, woes and successes. I wanted to share one men women, and that's exactly. Okay. Doug, go ahead please. It's actually actually so so JJ zan's. And created this other podcasts because struggle with tired of hearing, hearing me being the why. Why he knows bitch. Tired of it. So JJ and I while she had already had this show called, I spell the wrong actually put men, women and relationships as actually. But it is women men in relationships. Some. Sorry, I'm laughing because as you're saying that looking at the page in one note chain, you're making changes to Beijing. I wanna to make sure it's very clear what I did I corrected myself. So if you if you were curious exactly what has happened, speaking of total transparency, it's not that I don't wanna share exactly what has happened in my life, but Strickland is frankly, he's probably tired of hearing it for me and everybody that knows me because all they do is complain about how all I do is complain. So we're, we're talking about total transparency, right? Yeah, sure. Go ahead. I'm going to be totally transparent with. Okay, I am. I am far less tired of hearing about your relationship Bose. I don't want to say I find it interesting. Interesting makes them sound kind of trite and it's because your your relationship was more the trait. They're very important four before you share what you're about to share, though I wanna let you know that the next sentence that you say you're going to hurt my feelings. Well, maybe possible. Things more. What I'm totally fine hearing about your because I think any information about relationships, whether they're good better and different, I think is great information for people to hear and learn. I'm much. I'm not really tired of hearing about that. I am tired of hearing about how fucking corn is the worst on nude body in fucking GMO's in the chemicals and the all the fucking California should that you've adopted less two months. So hold up. Hold up. Hold up. It's interesting. You say that because when we had our production call just earlier tonight, I was explaining the trials and tribulations of trying to put my essential oils in my diffuser. Thank you. That's exactly piling on his exactly the kind of that. I am really fucking. That's the best that is the greatest thing. And then I held up a little a little jar of my Himalayan sea salt. I love this this entire experience here on the west coast. It's been so amazing. So. So. I'm sorry, did you owns now to calm myself? So I don't get upset to hear more about all of your California lifestyle, hey, strategy strikes. You'll you'll like this part though. I just made arrangements to have my Harley shipped out here so that my life will be will be coming slowly. The east coast will slowly be moving its way to the west coast. I will no longer just be able to transport myself from one spot to another in either my my beach cruiser bicycle mice, GameBoy or my skateboard I will actually have a motorized vehicle. So what you're saying is that when when you're cyncial oils are not quite there and win, your shock crews are not quite valid. I never said the words. Shocker I've is. You will be able to hop onto your fucking American-made Harley. Davidson. Motorcycle fucking crank it up to about one hundred twenty guests Ables of caffeine. Looking exhaust sound to drive around LA in piss off all the people in their silent Tesla's to get all those shock RAs back in light. Again, I approve of this one hundred percents oh my gosh, I love it. I love it. Well, I'm glad that you approve at least of one portion of my west coast lifestyle, but I have to tell you straight when you were here and you were hanging pull side and you were doing karaoke and singing who songs from inside the poll, and we would podcast inside the pool. You weren't fucking complaining then were you motherfucker. Shea shea? Yes, that is an excellent retort, Doug you. You'd make an excellent point. When I maybe I may have few words, but they are. They are wise words and their well-placed. My friend, well-placed, look, I really wanted to make that argument. I would make the same argument about that that I would have been about Vegas, right? I love going to Vegas. Vega since January. February? Yeah, long fucking time as a long time. For many months? Yeah, I would never alike visiting Vegas Vegas like escape. And on the trade shows, it's gambling relaxing? Yeah, I would never want live there personally. I kind of feel the same way away. I really like to visit. I'd love to see you again and I did. I loved have the pool hanging out with your friends and like recording podcasts at the pool and Chilin. I just don't think I could live there. You know what? I really like about it a lot. I think that I think that this was an unusual kind of extra bonus that it didn't realize that I was getting is then I love the fact that when it's nine o'clock my time, it's midnight your time, and I'm still feeling in that zone with you because like for me, twelve o'clock is was way too late to do anything, but you are always up for it for me, nine o'clock is like mice. I'm slowing. Downtime. So, oh, I do love the fact that I'm three hours behind you. Oh, believe me. That was not lost on me because right now, currently, as we're recording this right now, it is. It's nine fifty one in l. a. which. Right? It's twelve fifty one here at a cat annually fucking ready to go because that's just me. I'm just tonight. Was funny night person because I still get up at six or seven every day. I just don't sleep. I don't need to sleep. I. I don't get hired Marjorie yacht. Yup. Yup. Yup. Embarrassed Mark through, but I don't think she listens. We shouldn't that be wait a second. We make our fucking guest list new show. We don't make our own employees. Listen to this show force them. She's listened to a few episodes. I just don't think she listens regularly all the time. I mean, I hope she doesn't like I hope he doesn't show to sit. She's part of the team now it doesn't matter took I don't think. think. Seriously. I don't think she'd be embarrassed. Honestly, I don't even listen to our show. That she. So early on so Marjorie. Okay. Let's give a little backstory. Right? You love the details right old. Three Marquette, yes. So when I came out to visit the first time I've visit you and JJ. Right, and we're talking it was after San Diego, and we're just talking in very general terms, hey, turnkey needs some help, and we technical person. We may need some more MR and JJ says, hey, I noticed remarks, right? And she's great. And I, I really think she'd be right for you. And by the way, I think, let's let's reach outdoors you. She can come hang out with a site. You can be. Okay, cool. That was that was a good, hang out actually. So we call her and she's like, sure I can hang out today and you and me and Jane Martin, we all know hanging out drinking like tricky. Keep our red light long. Right? We had a great time. We Marjorie very well, we, we clicked. It was great. So not only was it that she had the right skill set, but she was the right personality type, right, great personality, great attitude, and I love her right, I do too. So we hired her on the teeth. She's now a permanent full time. Part of the turnkey team. You helping us out with all kinds of great stuff. So a couple of weeks. So we hire and martyr were chatting back and forth somewhere kind getting to know each other. And she reaches out to randomly calls me and she's like, hey, treasure question covers Russian. Like, okay, she's like. You don't seem to sleep. I said, okay, we don't know what you're the very well, but that is very stupid. Ulceration your for. Right. She just, how do you do that? And I said, okay, it's interesting question. And then she Laverick. She's like, look, you seem like a pretty fun, positive upbeat person. You don't seem to sleep much, but you seem okay. It's not like you're of Bogin tired of on whatever I right, right. And so I said, well, I gotta tell you through four or five years ago. I was that person. I was like sleeping law. I was so tired. I was down whatever. I'm I've repulsive outlook on life. You know, I try to look at the good things, but also I love what I do. Right. Like I love doing this podcast you, I love turnkey a love, our turnkey clients. I mean, most most. Go down that road. Right. Look as as most of you may know I work a day job, right? I'm a report data, annals for social solutions. I love angel. I don't do the job because all my gotta make other. Day job. And so my typical day hours a day eight or nine one. hours, right? I come home. I eat dinner, hail by family bid bid one. Have a cell phone with, Jared, I gotta tell you when you said that like a hundred footing comments fly through my mind is such a softball like I've so there. So the first comment that comes to mind is I'm not gay. I just let him suck my dick. Good light. Exactly. Who doesn't like you could blow job right. And then the second comment is, did we talk about sheltering twelve dollars from the government in blow job in the same episode? Because I just don't even remember. I think it went. I think it was about a week ago. We were talking about how we can find a tax shelter or something like that for the twelve dollars in turn key. And then I, I, maybe I meant to comment made a comment about a blowjob, twelve dollars. I don't remember. I don't know. I don't either, but by the way hall, dude, you do not need an excuse to call in and ramble about whatever we don't give a shit. We love the call. I do believe that was one of your other topics. Wasn't it? Forty? Two, forty, two DJ Jagger's that have a police Glenn. Anybody anything. You wanna talk about anybody who wants to talk. We are going to play the voice mail or not even gonna listen to a head of time. So if you wanna call forty two j Doug and just you excellent ex-. Okay. Got a couple of drinks a couple of scotches doing a skew expletives we don't. We're not gonna. Listen to head tower. It's gonna play. No, no, we want you. We want you to leave voicemails. Just go ahead, funk, and fans. Those that are out there. There's many of you that have not left messages in a long long, longtime Jared were or ever. We, Jared, we very much appreciate your messages. You keep them coming in, but all of our other funk advance. I can't name all of you because I know I know who you are. I know you wanna leave a message, please go ahead and pick up the phone. Forty, two forty zoo DJ Doug, we will play the message. You can even just babble for five seconds if you want to. We don't care. We just want to hear the message, please. We just want to know you're out there. We just wanted to use it. It's all good. Yeah, Jared, dude, we love you. You can call in as often or as many times as you want. And by the way, as Doug said earlier, if there are messages that you have laughed that you that you have heard on the show, just leave him get. Chips. I can't remember Doke sober and he can't. Excuse for me. Okay. All right. Now I want to get just one. I just want what is going on over there Strickland. It's passed. It's passed door. Okay. It's it's one zero, seven less call. I think some of the people the birthday party here there are spilling out onto the highway was going on. Exact, should I post the picture I sent to you the fire and everything like that. As well. Wait, have we done that? Where's Muhammed? Muhamed Chakib we need you back. My friend, my God, Muhammad, each's Muhammed. Where are you? We need to show our please gene. You just do a Google search for flies and then do something like root to it. I don't know that would be for Tuesday in the pudding. Pudding woman, wait a minute. Hold on a second. Okay. Let me just let me just try to make sense of what you just said. Okay. Well, wait a minute somebody. I think it's the birthday girls coming over here. Looking me. Hold on one second. Okay. Okay. Is it your birthday today? dude, like Okay. turnkey So work what was and the whole I get deal to bed with them by. bringing like little cupcakes I can't remember the last out time to you? for midnights usually I liked twelve it thirty lasts one by the one way. thirty, something Thanks. like that. I'm up What's by your name? six or seven. Hold on. I'm doing a punt. Yeah, you went through Tell this. You her went to through podcast. this period of time She's where she likes. She where backed off you like were mad afraid at yourself like or you're not talking. going to bed before midnight, and you actually Okay. tried to go to bed before midnight, So what's but your. you actually never never. It's Molly Molly really make never fly. happened. I think I did twice me. You'll Mike remember is called. you got mad The at nice yourself. is on this. You couldn't do it. And I think you gave We are up setting the what the every nice guys once in on a while this writer. seven Like hundred. How I'll many be ways doing you're my thing in thirty prison crews, episodes. like it's So eleven o'clock. we're I'll all be like. about how do you head and business? Fucking I did tired nice. and yes, I'll Oh, go to no, bed. Eleven. It's we like really don't it's like talk once a month that much. This every is other known month. about this Right. every I'm still once in a a while month by six stumble or seven. Usually on bizarre. in Marjorie We is drink like, how a do lot you do of that? Molly. I'm like, I saw really early. everything Bringing that I out do. like little I enjoy things. and I really And the she presented think to that's you. the key, right? What were You. they saying. If they're I just doing graduated that, you don't like for what doing, nursing. hey, somebody Oh my else God. to do, get rid of them quit the day job, do whatever. By the way Anyway, like she should I reduce would have your somebody hoped tangent. that is his first I completely name, not his last name. forgotten the core thing that we started talking about here. Mine's No, that's okay. I don't even remember most what read it was you either like congratulations on your graduating your relationships nursing school. was I was mistaken. well. Yeah, It but wasn't that's a birthday what party. that's why. I says So the if you initial wanna tune singing in about my what relationships, it was. Tapeh women say, men in relationships is the place what to go. were you seeing I mean, it's Strickland. JJ makes total sense of the fuck ary. That Molly is called doesn't my personal even know life. what the hell She was under being somebody she who's gets weeks and it. She her understands as it and congratulations she's so well-versed notice at it and analyze. Limbaugh. I mean, you know, I mean, you know how well how good she is Let's eat as that kind of on coach. time, but And the we actually have several people from trip our out community to see that have holocaust reached out to her survivors. and survivors. and have expressed an interest in her coaching. I think there are a couple people that have actually taken her up on the on the whole whole coaching aspect of things and and it was really, she's coach MU couple times by the way, again, not interrupted a man robbed. Yes, I've had a couple of scotch. Gotcha. Homer. Anything much. Or so. JJ again, like all over the place. Now it's one o'clock in the morning. I'm here from all over. The place are fine. I love it. You're drunk. This is great. Title. Schoenbach joke. So I'm Jay, Jay, Jay Jane. I have done a couple of sessions in. She's amazing. I just have sue shit on. I haven't had a chance to get back with her, but she's amazing. So. Okay, go ahead. None of. So what I was going to say was that. So when when I'm able to chat with her on as the as the as the temporary co host or maybe the part time could not temporary that Jesus, that'll be horrible and temporary Colo's to be the part time. Co host of women. Men in relationships was great about it is we take actually this entire fucked up thing that has happened to me in my relationships in my an and where I might look at it on nice guys as a completely like, oh my God, my life is going down this horrible. You know this horrible path and look what's happened. You know, when I come on her show and we actually ended up having a conversation about it. My life begins to make much more sense. Maybe every maybe an and we discovered this when we were in Baltimore, just just a week or so ago. And and you know, I'm I'm sitting there in the chair and we're having we're having Bret or is sitting there in the booth. And we're having a breakfast with a buddy of mine. And I said, I don't even know where this this, this, this, this thought came, but I'm like, hey, maybe everything that has happened in my life up to this point, the divorces and you know the the people that have been mad at me and all this, the the exile in the stress and the all of the shit that has happened in my life. Maybe all of that. If I'm looking at this from a different filter, if I'm looking from this at a different angle in perspective, maybe this all happened for a reason that is positive to teach me something that I'm going to be able to take the next part of my life. And I'm like, I would never have been able to think those thoughts. I would always been. I would always been thinking, why the fuck did this all happen to me rather than this happened to me for a specific reason and it was an intended reason and it's a part of this this just this this path that I'm on, that's this is. Contract that I have made with myself. And when you look at it that way, it's like nothing in life ever happens for a reason poorly. It all happens for to teach you a lesson. So that's what we cover in women. Men relationships if you want to a slightly still a funny part of me, but a much more serious funny part of me. Listen to that that show because we do get into kind of deep with with relationships here. Here's where we just bash everything going on in my life on Tuesdays and Thursdays, and that is that is okay with me or the beginning of the show were hash you for the whole California lifestyle? Yes. GMO's in the corn is not instable. Okay. The comment that you just made about in hate? Maybe everything that has happened to me is actually happened for he said, yes, if that is part of the California lifestyle that support I agree with. I'm going to tell you. Is my bell. Bell. That is my philosophy, our percent, they're no such thing as stakes. There's no such thing as bad things that happen to you. And by the way, this big overall picture big picture. Yeah, could almost maybe be considered business advice if you want to consider business vice. Although we haven't given business advice on the guys. In a long time. So I don't wanna break that streak ship, but we do. It's just only three fifths of the week is business advice, the two-fifths of the week, known as Tuesdays and Thursdays, which is also one hundred percent of your time, which means that the only common element in the dysfunction of our Tuesdays and Thursdays is used stricklin. Realize that right despair dot com. Won't you realize that the only comment denominator in all of your dysfunctional relationships. I love that anyway. So back to I am one hundred percent of the belief in the philosophy, and I am so down with this. I am so aligned with this. That. Bad things don't happen. Okay. Mistakes don't happen and horrible things. Don't happen there to things that happened there, either successes or there are less when something bad happens. It's not like over. Just fucking horrible. And why the fuck did this happen to me new? It's trying to teach you something who knows what it is. And sometimes at the time it happens, it just not seem obvious. It doesn't seem like this could be productive. It doesn't seem like this could be something positive because it's something so horrible. You know what? Sometimes you just got to be patient go, you know what? Positives and I am a hundred percents on our that. I'm feeling there is a little bit of business advice in there somewhere. And now you've gone and spoiled it for everybody. Dammit pay for those of you who only listen to the Tuesday and Thursday show and completely Shum the month. Monday was your Friday because you don't want MRs vice. I'm sorry. I apologize. I didn't mean to infuse just a tiny bit of what might be considered business advice into the to say, while I got you on while I got you on a little bit of Iran tear just just talking in general, just as your as your. River, your verbally vomiting here. Can you explain it? I'm not. I don't wanna get into the politics of this. I just want to get into the understanding of where we stand with this. Do you know what's going on? Because I have not followed it at all. Other than through my CNN alerts.

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Thursday in the Time Machine

The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

04:30 min | 3 years ago

Thursday in the Time Machine

"Broke. I always, I always being recorded the day that that Doug was organizing his movers out of his house and studio is absolutely blank. So just so you just so you know, that was the day that you may not realize that, but that's the day that my my wife kicked me out. I don't I don't know. know. We're talking to Richard non guard about viral leadership. His book Vira leadership sees the power of now to create lasting transformation available on Amazon dot com. I got Richard here right now just to share a little bit of information about the book. Richard goal, Golan businesses to take the success of the moment, but to create something sustaining. So the book takes you through the four quadrants of our leadership, engaging viral teams and creating innovative ideas and getting ownership by and for those things all on a fundation of a culture of engagement and following that strategy businesses, whether it's solar preneurs or a large business than has the opportunity to really enlarge their footprint to be seen by more people to increase the opportunities that come their way and most of all to create happiness. What's really cool about the book every check it out goal setting versus intention saying the difference between those two I would. I was learning. I was. Goal setting all along why should probably have been intention setting. So the book covers that. How had you create opportunity? Is it directed as it caused? Is it organic? Where's that coming from and how to create a viral success really interested in that as well. Check out the book. The link will be in the show notes. IRA leadership sees the power of now to create lasting transformation. The nice guys on business podcast, the sport does the motor heads geeks, sluts, blood sway stories. Do we stick heads? They think their rights just dudes. Need an education on how to grow your business. The nice guys are here to help learn about great customer service networking and how just being nice can help you prosper. Now here all your host, Doug Sandler and Strickland Bonner. All right. Strike starts up again. Hey, welcome back. Welcome back fans. It is now Thursday in our time machine and we are back with our funk infants takeover. Once again with Virginia Muzquiz JJ full Zene Ali from Finland Janney Bellinger Tennessee, Tim, Paul Brown and now just jumping on Marcel as well. And, hey, Doug Sandler might and you Doug Sandler. Are you doing? Wait a minute. I don't know Marcel. How do I know Marcel? Why don't you go? Where did I say you Marcel Marceau. He's Marcel no relation to Paul Brown Marcel Brown, right. I was going to say you're, you're a good looking guy. What did you have another fair that you needed to pick up Marcel. He's my personal chauffeur. He's not an actual lift driver. Okay. I understand. Hey Marcel. Do you actually live. Doc fries up there. I'm trying to figure out how JJ and Doug are on the same internet connection. JJ didn't freeze up and Doug did. I'm not sure how that works. I don't know, because because I'm out at the pool, I have my own IP address out here at the pool. I see. I see you're asking where Sal, if he actually show Marceau introduce yourself. I do listen to the show now dishonoring should. So do you listen to money as in Friday interviews, or do you listen to Tuesday and Thursday fucker. Mostly Tuesday and Thursday. We then up when you go all week, but I have listened to some interviews exclude them. I just listened to my show. Virginia Muzquiz episode on Monday. Doug did an amazing. You're just as fast Monday with Virginia moose keys for those of you who are not sure. It was episode seven, twenty four. Go back and listen if you haven't yet. Hey, and we also have we also have Paulo Brown hair. We. She was the the the final guest tune in on Tuesday, so Paulo. He just wanted to give you a chance to introduce yourself, introduce yourself and why do exactly do you listen to the nice guys on business podcasts? Aside from your excellent interview also. Yeah, thanks for that. That was really a lot of fun. Lots of people enjoyed it. Yeah, I listened to Tuesday's mostly because that's more convenient for me and it just Tuesdays. And then I sometimes read the show notes like Jeanie, Jeanie, and I are brilliant readers. So I read the show notes from Thursday and some of the other days. But I just like to laugh

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"stricklin" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"stricklin" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Didn't cover to receivers it was unbelievable but we're we're driving to the hotel after the game and we're listening they're calling show in their like maybe maybe mark stoops's in the answer maybe they need more excuses one of the best coaches they've ever had he's the perfect answer for them but that's the way fans are fans are going to get upset montauk today about you said what about expectations fans getting the out events he said are you going to be rented he's i heard that at halftime the press box the question here because i i really liked dan mullen i think he is going to be great but but he wasn't exactly the first choice in having heard everything we've heard here today why wasn't it because scott stricklin did not want to hurt his alma mater and has very strong feelings about mississippi state he did not want to hire dan mullen for that reason okay so he goes after chip kelly chip kelly the wanna coach an sec ninety made that clear he makes inc inquiries about scott frost scott frost going under brassica i better go ahead and get dan mullen and i'm gonna go then to hurt his mater point yeah yes sorry guys but i have no choice at this point so and he had done his homework on other guys but this was those were the three guys that he thought could do the job and but he was trying not to hurt his on the monitor there everything is you know paul is timing this is why you're sitting right now good point what a pleasure this one hundred thirty year forget me but between you fifty five and almost almost almost one hundred right over here we need more we we still can't get it right but it was certainly entertaining thanks guys dewey from and buddy martin you listening to the paul finebaum show podcast we have a pretty famous guests and we cannot keep them waiting it's part of his deal thank you very much dan.

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