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"tramadol" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
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"tramadol" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Right and she said I don't know of he's deal but nichi just gas I was just perilous is like that I couldn't get past their first statement and say where is it where is it where is it that's all I care of St in and she told me is that he was stealing their homes seen as taking them to my final hospital and and I remember everybody in the house just gathering the stuff to try to get to Mount Sinai hospital trying to get to where he was it just print that he will that he was okay and one of his children's mother called all because she was on the same and when she called in this region are held voice and cries in Wayland Rango she was stranded Allen's till cone we on our way to the hospital he was telling me don't panic because I if you panic almost panicked no so he was still conscious from what day was gathering and they was working on him in the ambulance when they took on she didn't know how many times she was shot she tell me this on the phone and all I could do was like okay here come on while we're on the way to the hospital inside the hospital staff for rushing to deal with the huge influx of gunshot patients E. R. systems director Rocco cascade explains what it's like in the hospital when is at full stretch in bypass and then all the sudden the tramadol starts going off and you hear one after another after another and then the are in trauma team they come down they take over and then the emergency docs are in there the nurses the tax everyone plays a role in it every single person has to be looked at to know what's going on with their their physical being at that time so there's lots of different aspects that we have to cover we have to make sure that there is are there a lot ours being taken up is this going to be a retaliation thing too we have to increase security what is going on with the care givers are the care givers okay do they need extra resources when you have one gunshot wound come in it takes up so many resources and so much time of of.
"tramadol" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"The third floor that went through the rough memorial service plan for the woman who shot and killed last week at the Babcock village housing complex in westerly name of a soldier killed in Afghanistan will be released tomorrow in sports Bruins in Washington at TD garden get news twenty four seven on demand and news radio R. I. dot com fox news under the hand like Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer pushing for witnesses as well as specific documents with the Senate impeachment trial despite being an equally important aspect of the trial and getting the facts to come out the president tweeting it's time for house speaker Nancy Pelosi to fish or cut bait and deliver the impeachment articles to the Senate Boeing fires and CEO and Wall Street responds positively Boeing stock soared Monday closing up almost three percent after the company announced its now former CEO Dennis mon Berg is out mauling Berg had come under fire for his handling of the seven thirty seven MAX crisis the aircraft has been grounded since March after two deadly plane crashes killing three hundred forty six people on board fox's Grady tramadol America's listening of fox news now your storm team ten forecast powered by Duncan get two dollar medium Lottie's cappuccinos an Americano is from two to six PM tonight will see clear skies and temperatures will be dropping off through the thirties as for Tuesday what some sunshine it will be cooler though with a high of forty five and for Christmas day we're looking at a high of forty two with a.
"tramadol" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
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"tramadol" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"By your veterinarian or by a veterinary approved pharmacy in order for your cat to tolerate it a lot of times they can mix it with chicken or tuna flavor look where are make it into a miniature sized tablet that makes it easier to administer the third type of medication that can potentially be used is something called a perscription that Neri nonsteroidal anti inflammatory these are called and said now you should never ever ever ever use your dogs and sets and a cat and that's because cats or at least twice as sensitive to and said so than dogs you should also never ever ever use a human medication on your dog or cat without consulting and that Merion because human and sets can cause kidney failure or stomach ulcers even at my new tiny doses now there are certain safer and said that are out there that are labeled for cats I usually uses for short term pulls therapy in other words one to three days in a row as needed and then I add on Gabba Penton or tramadol as other medications so when in doubt talked about hearing about this the. last medication that sometimes is use that I honestly don't use quite as much our steroids like prednisolone Andy is oftentimes do have long term side effects they're not my go to for treating arthritis because there's other drugs that are safer to use long term I will say the last recommendation that I have used in my own cat is acupuncture I've personally had some great success with acupuncture for muscular skeletal or orthopedic injuries in both dogs and cats so if you have a board certified that acupuncturists in your area it might be worth considering for treatment of arthritis in cats what a doubt please talk to your veterinarian when your cat is slowing down or showing signs of arthritis again in the ER I see so many cats that are diagnosed with osteoarthritis an axe ray and owners had no idea their cats and arthritis remember cats are so stoic and we want to make sure our feline family members are feeling pain free make sure your cat has an appropriate work up again doing X..
"tramadol" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"To tolerate it a lot of times they can mix it with chicken or tuna flavor look where are make it into a miniature sized tablet that makes it easier to administer the third type of medication that can potentially be used is something called a perscription that Neri nonsteroidal anti inflammatory these are called and said now you should never ever ever ever use your dogs and sets and a cat and that's because cats or at least twice as sensitive to and said so than dogs you should also never ever ever use a human medication on your dog or cat without consulting a veterinarian because human and sets can cause kidney failure or stomach ulcers even at my new tiny doses now there are certain safer and sad that are out there that are labeled for cats I usually uses for short term pulls therapy in other words one to three days in a row as needed and then I add on Gabba Penton or tramadol as other medications so when in doubt talked about hearing about this the last medication that sometimes is use that I honestly don't use quite as much our steroids like prednisolone Andy is oftentimes do have long term side effects they're not my go to for treating arthritis because there's other drugs that are safer to use long term I will say the last recommendation that I have used in my own cat is acupuncture I've personally had some great success with acupuncture for muscular skeletal or orthopedic injuries and both dogs and cats so if you have a board certified that acupuncturists in your area it might be worth considering for treatment of arthritis in cats what a doubt please talk to your veterinarian when your cat is slowing down or showing signs of arthritis again in the ER I see so many cats that are diagnosed with osteoarthritis an axe ray and owners had no idea their cats and arthritis remember cats are so stoic and we want to make sure our feline family members are feeling pain freight make sure your cat has an appropriate work up again doing X. rays blood work or even a urine test to make sure they can go on some of these medications because I want to make sure your cat live longer and is more comfortable well.
"tramadol" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Eight eight our Palomar solar dot com violent death in city heights subsidy thirty that's one of the stories we're following an A. M. seven sixty a man was shot and killed last night in city heights officers responded to a home on Shiloh road near Ogden street around ten thirty PM where they found the victim no word yet on a shooter or a motive California may soon tighten the rules for charter schools governor Gavin Newsom announced a deal on Wednesday that would no longer let the state authorized charter schools but leave it up to individual districts and county governments the bill would also require all new charter school teachers to be credentialed and would give existing teachers five years to get their certificates researchers at UC San Diego have identified a potential relationship between low blood sugar levels and the opioid tramadol branded as all tram and concept in sports Padres follow the Dodgers and an extra inning last night sixty four right now it's partly cloudy and sixty eight degrees at Lindbergh field AM seven sixty KFMB talk and breaking news CBS news update hurricane Dorian is getting stronger as it sets its sights of the U. S. mainland early Thursday coming over open waters Dorian is a cat one right now that is expected to reach category three status would have potentially it's Florida Sunday night national hurricane center meteorologist Jack better than the forecast track does bring the system towards the eastern coast of central Florida peninsula that's in four to five days time so there's a significant amount of uncertainty and everywhere from along the Florida peninsula as well as up in the Georgia should keep an eye on this what's bad news for Florida is good news for Porter Rico as the island was spared after being put under a state of emergency Rubin works at the intercontinental resort in San Juan we have you know rain and invocation all wins you know strong winds like twenty twenty five not only CBS news update on that paper M. seven sixteen KFMB Schneider is hiring more truck drivers in twenty nineteen with recent pay increases equipment upgrades at sign on bonus.
"tramadol" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"To help treat and prevent arthritis or nutritional supplements now there's a lot of debate out there when it comes to certain nutritional supplements but I will say my favorite one is one that has research back called Xhosa Quinn I sprinkle it on a small amount of canned food as a treat for my cat and this is helpful for helping reduce damage to my cats cartilage with nutritional supplements they typically need to be started earlier in life verses later in life in other words this is a preventative medication if your cat's already fifteen and has severe arthritis to be quite honest it's usually too late so we want to start this earlier versus when your cat is already diagnosed with late or end stage arthritis the fourth thing we can do to help treat arthritis is environmental modification now we talked before about defecation outside the litter box being a classic sign of arthritis in cats well remember you're going to have a harder time walking up and down stairs using a ramp or stepping into a litter box if it's got really high walls so I need to encourage you to use a larger litter box with lower sites in that way it's easier for your cat to get into the litter box alternatively you can purchase a ramp where your cat doesn't have any stairs to get into a little box that way it's a lot easier the last thing we can do to help treat arthritis is actually medical management now I mentioned before that cats are much more sensitive to certain drugs be because of their altered liver metabolism but when it comes to treating arthritis in cats there's only two to four drugs that we can actually use my favorite prescription medication is a drug called Gabba Penton it's really expensive in super safe to use and there's actually a big dose range while it's used for neuropathic or nerve pain and even seizures in dogs and cats I use it is a pain medication for arthritis it typically comes as a liquid but what I found is my cat tolerated it really well when I just makes part of the capsule into cat food the second medication we can consider is a drug called tramadol also very very safe and very inexpensive to use now tramadol doesn't work well in dogs but it does work well in cats however it is super super better so you have to make sure you get a compounded by your veterinarian or by a veterinary approved pharmacy in order for your cat to tolerate it a lot of times they can mix it with chicken or tuna flavored liquid or make it into a miniature sized tablet that makes it easier to administer the third type of medication that can potentially be used is something called a perscription that Neri nonsteroidal anti inflammatory these are called and said now you should never ever ever ever use your dogs and sets and a cat and that's because cats or at least twice as sensitive to and said so than dogs you should also never ever ever use a human medication on your dog or cat without consulting a veterinarian because human and sets can cause kidney failure or stomach ulcers even at my new tiny doses now there are certain safer and said that are out there that are labeled for cats I usually uses for short term pulls therapy in other words one to three days in a row as needed and then I add on Gabba Penton or tramadol as other medications so when in doubt talked about hearing about this the last medication that sometimes is use that I honestly don't use quite as much our steroids like prednisolone Andy is oftentimes do have long term side effects they're not my go to for treating arthritis because there's other drugs that are safer to use long term I will say the last recommendation that I have used in my own cat is acupuncture I've personally had some great success with acupuncture for muscular skeletal or orthopedic injuries and both dogs and cats so if you have a board certified that acupuncturists in your area it might be worth considering for treatment of arthritis in cats what a doubt please talk to your veterinarian when your cat is slowing down or showing signs of arthritis again in the ER I see so many cats that are diagnosed with osteoarthritis an axe ray and owners had no idea their cats and arthritis remember cats are so stoic and we want to make sure our feline family members are feeling pain freight make sure your cat has an appropriate work up again doing X. rays blood work or even a urine test to make sure they can go on some of these medications because I want to make sure your cat live longer and is more comfortable well.
"tramadol" Discussed on Bizarre Life with Dan Wootton
"She's gonna find it really home. She, she comes across beautifully, and I think the chapter by your dad, but Hughley particularly touching Jayme. What's your question for Gary for the tour next year? Gary? Are you gonna go back to blonde. We did a best. The big question. John feeling very plain at the moment. Berry with you blonde. So we want you back blunt. It's a good. I'm going to have to do it now thinking about it, I'm thinking maybe not as blonde as time because there's a lot of blood. All go back to because we had a friend at school in her sister solemn. And so after school, when it was shorts used to take in their sister and and do that thing, we put a cap on. That's what it is. Michelle, what is your question for Gary ever wacko Khalek what you do to relax relax in a fairly new thing for me, and it's something I've learned is actually as amazing benefit society. Now, I'll do a lot of meditating the yoga, specially because I'm so many always likes to competitive with myself. So I always feel like with the yoga, you know, trot. I mean you the progress in yoga, by the way, moves like a story in an episode lost. You get that much further each time. So alarmed challenging myself to do things like that, but definitely meditation Debbie, Debbie in the house Debbie. What is your question for Mr. Barlow. If you could ask one question to anyone and you had to have the absolute truth, what would it be. Out. To my goodness, they would have to ask truthfully. I would. I would have to answer truthfully. Truthfully, it's a really tricky will Nuys. Well, if that answer, truthfully, it would have to be a question about part of our Korea together. Real truth Alonso. Yeah, I'm going to ask the question actually, which version of take that of you enjoyed the best. Back at you. I think probably the circus around that time. Yup, agree. Five me to me to me to actually. See now I'm confused. And the final question today is from Saz. Oh. What a great. Thank you. Say of celebrating thirty years of take that you've been such a massive part of all of our lives for such a long time destroyed, playtime key. What the office fans means here. It's a da is difficult to answer because you know, it sounds it sounds so stock when you say, we love off on the book, but I truly believe the, we have completely unique audience. There's no other band I know of who has an audience who stick with them for years. I mean, we all started with us through thick and thin. We've lost hundred members. I mean, we've taken our poor bloody funds on a ride journey and they've stuck with us all the way I did something down at global and actually spoke to asked, you runs the stage table. Yeah. And he said, we have like, Drake, come in here and they have liked to people outside and and and he you all after all these years, it's amazing whatever you're doing. You're doing Ryan, it's non, it's our audience. They've been so faithful tours and we just can't ever. We always feel that we need to do that. Extra few percent because that's what you mean you. It's never enough to just churn out another tour or another arm. We, we have to try out more and more to it to each time says, you will be pleased to know the fans get a lot of mentions in the book, but I think maybe the most poignant is when you talk about the fans that were there for you even in the dark day, you know, even when you head put on that way to new mo- foul. Like in the media, you were getting this really rough ride. They would still be fans who would come to see you and wet outside where if you happen to be that day and that gave you a real boost, absolutely really doors and that shallow. Gary. Thank you so much being here genuinely I read a lot of these and I was truly truly gripped to a beta me. It's such a fascinating way to do and what her biography. It's like a little bit self help a heck of a lot of revelation, but I really, really value the fact that you have put yourself on the line like that because it's a really tough thing to do even in your position..
"tramadol" Discussed on Bizarre Life with Dan Wootton
"You'll have again took it, but if a toll because I wasn't aware that when you'd climbed Kilimanjaro you actually had this really, really bad slipped disk and your back. So when you went on tour and you say it's probably the two that you enjoyed the most just the three of you in the round, but you having to be on Tramico because of how painful your back was Amin, Gary, say, trim all made you flip out and cry, and I just wondered like we, you nervous about having to take a drug like that because of course this is drug with heard so much about in the news recently with people I can't make partner and just a huge addictive quality to it, but clearly you felt you needed it to get through that it was what I was prescribed was. So I don't really think of don't know anything about medicine when someone says, this is what you need to. There's there's another drug was actually paired with which I've actually been. Told the parent is even more makes you even crazier. But it's an ongoing problem with me is, is that I'm someone a lot of exercise. I like to move around and I'd get out knocking bruise now and again, but the back thing is just something always conscious of because we're always on the road. We're always moving around. We're always tore in, but I don't ever remember that fun tastic exit from the one show. Remember that movie. I'd had a week that we James is here somewhere. James at caught me about five times that we'd fainting just go because I well, it was after the realize because I said everyone said, what? Why are you taking the moment pulled out all these tablets, all we can see what's happening now just agreeing with you. And so basically just look at James and he'd go going on, he'd go over and grab me, but some the one show and all live like this. And we don't. Yeah. Yeah. Just looked at James. I'm going on a hat to go and literally as my four come off the bottom of the screen we went over crazy. Now, Gary, your comments in the book about expecter are big IOT. No, you were there for three series and you admit there's a lot of manipulation that goes on behind the scenes. So you use the example in your first year of me be who may be a contestant who some people here remember and all of the producers would go into the dressing rooms of the respective judges and psychotic fit terrible things about her this week. She's real bully. And you were being advised by one of James corden 's advisors been Winston has become a good friend of yours, and you're able to sort of nor that and not bring it onto the stage, but where's the other judges did? So I guess you maybe a little bit disillusioned by the process. Is that fit site? Well, it's a tricky one, isn't it? Because it's a great show to watch x files. It is however, the mixture of searching define talent versus making the TV show is always going to. They're always going to be butting heads. And so I loved the finding talent, PA..
"tramadol" Discussed on Bizarre Life with Dan Wootton
"This is going to sound ridiculous. They also played the town pipes, so I'd sent them. I said, what do I send this on a CD of Uganda? Anything they were known in a rut? Righty out like music so they didn't have anything to play on. So I wrote it out and we sent it ahead. So anyway, this horror Cain come in and the the our boat that was meant to take is there said it's too rough the ocean. So the coast guard gives a left, so everyone's At happy. the coast, his grace are stood on that took off on a thought, this is the boat that saves boat. What happens if something out into this. And for the next nine hours we will literally in the I hate to say it was just the worst trip ever. I mean, forced gales storms on the only on the ocean with no food. So it was pretty bad. We got this island end of this story. By the way we got to this island and we recorded the pan pints amazing. They rehearsed it. There was absolutely gorgeous people. And the guy said right time for dinner, and I was thinking on what we're going to be eating here. And so this isn't for the vegetarians. They bought you the pig weaker Hong it out, and it's slow coked this pork overnight and buried in the ground in bamboo. We were breaking this bamboo open eating this delicious food all grown on the island and reared on the island. And after the main course, which we would just like I'm needed a nap now. He said, right, was. Anyone want deserved, papaya thought, pyro love by guy, climbs the trees and lobster couple down thinking, this is food is heaven. This is because all the foods been growing, and that's when I started realizing about providence getting into food that's comfortable, heating, whole foods, eighteen food that's had a low human intervention. So from that moment on, you decide you're going to cook everything. Yeah, the deliveries and and I guess that's almost like the final stage in your evolution and the big big message that I guess you end up taking from this book. Stop the diets, stop the processed food. As long as you're cooking it yourself and it's net true. Well, source product, you claim Gary. You can basically it as much as you want. Well, there's always a phrase on us, and that's that. You know, if you if you have an orange juice, if you own g probably. Glasses, proper eight oranges now trying a oranges. I mean, I can. I can eat one possibly get through half of another one, but definitely not too. So that's the point. It's like, you know, I mean, I'm a big smooth. You make our love making smoothies books from time to time, just eat the content she put in there. It's very, very good all this. Well, I do, but it's a lot harder footed into practice. And actually this book has motivated me and inspired me hundred percent because I think you explain it in a way of never heard before because you're someone who used to do the absolute opposite. The worst thing usually is when you're reading these types of books and at someone who is skinny, always has been skinny, doesn't seem to like food right yet. That's right. They never actually, and we know that's not true of you. The one I love is the piece of advice that I love which if anyone have is this feel free just to hit them in the face is it's all about having a balanced, diet balance trying to get. It's so for straight, you know, of course everyone knows best..
"tramadol" Discussed on Bizarre Life with Dan Wootton
"It changed my life because they were adamant from day one. This isn't a diet and that worried me. But again, I'm very clever because I went, might not be you. It is to me. So for me, my my sort of goal behind their about was I'm still going to sure I'm still going to lose weight. If they gave me two plates, I'll just eat the one. The star was incredibly difficult because they wanted to sort of have a level playing ground to work from. And so I I have to give up sugar gluten grains, dairy. They wanted to start from nowhere alcohol, no alcohol, definitely no alcohol. And that I three days was like, I honestly thought I was dying, slow death. It was the most surreal experience. It felt like I was walking on marshmallows and I was going blind points is one point on blind. I'm blind. It was just it was the most crazy xperience because I was coming off all these Minnesotan is the worst of all I was coming off copious amounts of sweetener. But after a week you stand on the scale. Does and how much have you lost or well over stone on couldn't believe it because I didn't relatively a as much. And of course what I didn't know at that point because I navigated myself. I only knew about could look at a pop something and tell you how many Keller's within. I couldn't tell you one was in it so that the education was all better front years because you're traveling all over the world. You're doing the jubilee single for the Queen, but you've become so obsessed with eating the food that these two ladies give you that you're not actually cooking anything yourself. But while you're on this tour of the Commonwealth recording with Prince Harry and Jamaica and doing all of these amazing things, the food runs out. And then this one night remind me where you were. There was one night where you had to eat the local food. Luckily we were in a safe place, the Solomon Islands. There's some giant storm or something store. I mean, the pictures, you should've seen the pictures. They salaries blue sky. The palm trees in this place, and they call this work. We got there. The heavens just never stopped raining the whole time move there, and then I locked in my bag. And I realize I've only got two bliss ball left. That's all of God. And it was panic stations because you become so used to eating whatever you give it. Yes, absolutely. Like a robot just taking just and you didn't even sit down with your family, did you meals because you had daddy's food special food these to call it, which interestingly, they used to say, came from space. And interestingly, when I looked back the food day were eating, came from space. Mine actually was grown on earth. Your point is the point here. And so you try some type of meal, though, don't unit side the peace thing you've ever had in your life. So we were on the Solomon Islands. We did. We went on there was a hurricane coming in. It was one of these. I actually funnily enough. I actually called bad grills. We, we were having some reason number. I don't know why. I think he'd come down to experts one week or something that took his number down anyway. They said this, a horror Cain come in and the hotels listened in maybe a power court. So there was one of my hotel room which have stood on one leg and put one arm in the air, a bar of signals, and I call back grills and I said, listen, I'm just saying there's a hurricane can wash it. I do, and he said, listen, any minute, the power might go out and bomb. The power went out, could lost him off the bone. So Joran this article way off track here. Now bought jor. In this day, we were meant to sail quite. Long way west. It was going to be like a six hour boat journey west to another island called Melitah, which was home to an indigenous tribe who also played..
"tramadol" Discussed on Bizarre Life with Dan Wootton
"Hacia. And that's the positive. The negative that you talk about is the fact that actually changed the dynamic within the group. And actually it was difficult for various different members including Robbie, who at one point pulls out of the whole thing, even though you're ricin these brilliant songs together. So it's actually quite a miracle anything you've got out and then managed to do that tour? Yeah, it fell parts like we were never going to get it together. We all worry about rob a long will know. Now a lot more about his mental issues fights with a law things going on in his head. And so one day he can be like, this is amazing, and the next day doesn't want to do anything. So again, you know, you've got five Chesapeake, and I don't want to talk about everybody like we're trying to play some kind of game, but trying to keep the project on track was incredibly. Hard, but I think people felt that as well. That's why I think it was so special. When we play a gig, we're all there. We're all committed and doing it. It was never gonna be for more than it was blowing them four days, this progress thing. It was always a album and a tour, and then we go back to normal. Now with the new frozen Kraft, MAC, and cheese meals. I can give them a complete meal that they'll eat completely. That's right. No more broccoli battles. Just clean plates and big smiles. So moms, it's time for our victory. Shimmy what are you doing? I'm doing hates her. Kraft, MAC and cheese meals, so good. It's gone, find it in the frozen. I'll. And as this journey goes on your life journey, we also learn a lot about your journey with nutrition and food. And what has changed over this time is that you obviously gone from this crazy terrible diet, which you will I talking about where you had the believer new eighteen lot to a different sort of diet, which actually you say. It's either feast or famine, you think you're doing everything right. You using the artificial sweetener. You're drinking diet coke. You're not eating much, but actually it wasn't really working. If you even though you'd lost quite a lot of white, you still felt like there was a long way on this journey to go because you were struggling and it was at times dominating your life, this bid to lose weight. I think somewhere along the way. It was incredibly important for me to it was just like every single action I ever did, whether it was walking up a flight of stairs, it was the idea of losing weight. It was just like an obsession was at one point that are realized, aecom, read another diet book and a looks on the shelf. And there was something like twenty seven diet books tried every craze. I've I've done done it it all. on the bay on says, got nothing on me. I don't. Every diet possible a know what they all do know the idea behind them. I even know our each one of them makes me feel because this is the hard thing when you talk about food is it's very hard to put a wrap around. Listen, everyone of you do this. You can feel like this because I can't post on Instagram. It's not a picture because it's how you feel. And the focus for me actually has gone off weights completely. Now it's about how feel on a daily basis, and we're all busy people a light to try and be on absolute top form. When I'm going out on stage or when I'm doing weeks like this, what we do, lots of promotion a wanna, be feeling one hundred percent. I don't wanna be in front of these guys thinking. I'm only at me fifty percent. I want to be the best I can be. And of course you never, you never are all the time the best you can be. But when I'm working and I'm going things and aiming for, things are us, food is my fuel to get me through all that out the other side successfully. But you had, I guess it was like a come to mama moment when you mitt, these two women who essentially pitched the idea of clean eating to you and it changed your life, didn't it quite literally..
"tramadol" Discussed on Bizarre Life with Dan Wootton
"We just assume something in blown off, but it was a really scary. We stuck on that train for an hour. I definitely cannot ride the job now. I would be terrified on, but it was a awful morning. I mean, people will remember it forever. It was, yeah, it was really terrifying and you emerge from the train and you'll cover them black and you sort of have to see some of what some of the horrors I guess of that we didn't. I didn't see any. Of the horrors book when the bomb went off, it was just the most unbelievable force. We all kind of on top of one another take now legs from wonderers. This surgery was I always remembered the the bizarrely I've, I've been close to a few bombs in my life and I know the feeling from that one. It was almost like the force of it was in your jaw. It was so powerful. And so, yeah, our carriage sort of filled with dosed and smoke and everyone was kinda of in black here we got off. They're really not knowing, of course that there was anything else happening around London. We weren't aware of any of it really. And it wasn't until a really got home and saw the news, oh my goodness. We were like ten feet away. So, yeah, an interesting experience. That was I was on a tube that morning. I think it's something that does stay with you, but what's interesting Gary when it comes to us that actually it was only in two thousand sixteen when you talk about the fact that sort of out of nowhere, really you have this breakdown or or some type of reaction to what's been going on in your life and have your first panic attack and end up in bid for a couple of days. And it's one of your close friends. And the book who says, this is some type of post traumatic stress disorder because you've been in seven, seven, ten years ago. Do you think? That's right. Do you think that's what it was connected to? It was one of those periods for me where it was maybe two or three years after my wife and I had lost our baby. So it was a really it was sort of a time where as a man, I sort of went into overdrive disappointed and look after everybody. Look after my wife was. Taking on work to sort of fill my life with things to do. Really the business kept my mind off all the things you don't wanna think about. So one while my wife is sort of dealing with that very, very well, although is very difficult. She was taking it head on, I would just work work work, two phones on the go. And I got to LA and I basically worked for the whole flight trying to finish a film trout soundtrack. I had two phones on my years all the way from the ABA I got from the airports, the hotel on it just crashed and completely graft..
"tramadol" Discussed on Bizarre Life with Dan Wootton
"The mental growth, you know, if you think about your life, you grow with your friends and you grow if you work environment. So we have, we all been holed into this washing machine that was just planes hotels, people, screaming as people telling us, we were amazing getting awards. It was just this ridiculous life of being told, you're incredible all the time. And so some point you go, I'm incredible. I must be everyone's telling me and all of a sudden, this thing that you want dreamed of it's just taken over you and one of the things are saying about, I mean, this is the that part of what we do is holy and truly it's just so dangerous and unhealthy. A don't think there's any positive to it. What so ever it's to be where to beware of them because and this is where, again, I'm I'm lucky my anchor to what I do has always been music. I know if things ongoing. Great. I can go back and sit him up Yano because my anchors music music brought me back in the northeast. But if my ankle was fame if I was just here because I'm dust got no foundations that hasn't. So again, I'm fortunate that I've got music in my life. I can always turn around and no, it's there for me. Well, there's someone who did ways bring you back down to earth was the first manager that you mentioned the man who discovered you Nigel Martin Smith. But in fact, that wasn't always easy. Was it Gary because there were times that he would make you feel bad about how you looked and call you overweight in the early days. And then when he comes back to you with this idea of take that getting back together because it's the ten year anniversary if you splitting up. The first thing that you think is just that he's gonna make fun about your size. So what was it like actually having to make that decision. Okay. We're going to do this when actually your confidence is still pretty low. The idea of doing it was terrifying. I think all of us have those people in our lives where we know as soon as you see them, they look at you and they make judgement straight away. And it could be almost that you've not seen for six months and they take one look and you feel Ono while they're going to say, you know, we've all got those people. Nigel was always one of them people any defense. He was doing it for our for our good. He wanted to salute great. He wanted people to two lovers to come to our gigs of on magazine covers it used for the right reason bought. It was horrible to be at the end of that and be told, and we I from the label as well. You know, people wouldn't be able to do it now. They wouldn't be allowed to book very much. So back in the nineties that was, that was a common thing happened every year to me and just as take that are preparing to reunite this one of those moments in your life, and there's a few of them that you talk about a lot of emotional detail, but that changes you. You actually caught up in the terrorist attacks in London on July seven, two thousand and five on a train. I believe that actually collided at each where road into the train that was blown up. So tell me about what happened because it's not something that you've really spoken about in much detail until this book. Yeah, it's one of those things that I remember it differently each time recall it really bought the. I think that's a that's possibly a trauma thing because it was a quiet horrific morning. That was thank goodness. We were on a train that was heading into the Edgeware road tunnel as the train pulled out the the explosion went off. So we didn't really know until we got off the train that it was actually a bomb..
"tramadol" Discussed on Bizarre Life with Dan Wootton
"And again, I thought I know what to do. I can be really clever. I used to just stay home a stopped going out because you became a recluse points where there was one point. I didn't leave the house for five months and it was great. It was, of course it wasn't great moment for me at escaped it all. There were two things that struck me so much about this period. The I, I think this is actually. One of the major indictments on the detainment industry. Actually, you say that you were dropped by the vast majority of your friends acquaintances at the same time as you were dropped by your record label and actually the people who stood by you. You could count on one hand who are presumably people who you know of friends for life as pretty shallow this industry at times, isn't it? We'd been warned like our old manager Nigel heen. He was always the one that would say, this will that will happen. We've been warned like on a daily basis almost. And yet somehow I was surprised when it happened and literally redress book by two thirds of it just disappears. Absolutely terrible. But then at the same time, I actually love that. You said this. You said I could have retired. I could have just lived off the royalties from all of the songs that you're. Listen back for good and all of all of take that's back catalogue and never had to work again. But it was something inside you that actually had this hankering deep down to get back into the entertainment industry. Yeah, and it's it's, I think it's more it's simple than it sounds to me. It's about having a purpose is about the money has never ever been part of any decision of ever made. And so it's not about that. And I know for a lot of people that's hard to understand that they had enough money, they'd never work again. I love what I do. I'm passionate about it on almost feel at times. I don't have a choice. You know, in a song takes won't let let me go until I go and bright it down to an into a piece of you. It's like, it's I'm built on this. I've gig since is eleven. This is what I do and to to be told, you can't do it. I found that very hard. But when you've been in a boy band, as you say in the book, you will growth is stunted at the time you become massively famous because that's when you have to stop growing up in a way. Because in that peak of fame, you've got people looking. After you doing everything for you and you say that actually you had become very arrogant. I mean, what really fascinated me is when take that broke up and you made the decision for tape that to break up first time around, you didn't even care. You didn't even think it was a big deal at that point. You just do it up at the press conference just another day because you've got into that mode of being a pop star and not even having to think I know and it's really scary, dust office because what happens is.
"tramadol" Discussed on Bizarre Life with Dan Wootton
"I'm very fortunate because I, I always think of myself as a strong person, and I've got this place in two thousand and three, which I couldn't believe I was in. I was really disappointed in myself. I knew when I looked in the mirror I wasn't meant to look like this on a new in my head at was meant to feel like this Howard I got this far out of the way of where I was going to, and I've always had an off Borton. That's why I've never had trouble with alcohol, never have always got an off bone. However, sometimes it takes me a little bit longer to press it than all this and the food was. Is two fold because the first part of the food was in protest to where at been. So I've been this big star in the nineties at lost my record deal. And so when I had no job laughed, what I wanted to do was as quickly as possible was to really bury the old me, I wanted to get rid of it and I was being recognized a lot and people are quite cruel when you're on the way down. It's lovely when you're on the way up on the way down. I was being recognized. A lot of comments were nice, but I would have found myself doing this very clever thing was the more weight up or on the less people would notice me, and so the less bother owed get on. And then another stone this he's getting. Great. Now I've been out all day. No one's recognize me until you get two thousand three where you just wake up and go, where am I? Where who am I? It was just all these questions. And you say you was south medicating. NG with food is that bought led specifically to the concept of making yourself sick? I mean, you you were binging, I guess, and then they had to be some way to tackle those binges. Well, again, I thought I was being really clever because I, I had a partner at the time and he he loved a plate of food to, and we used to go out on these evenings, whether it'd be a big crowd was mostly man actually. And we do one of those Chinese Bank wins which consists of about fifteen thousand calories. And that's just the starter. I mean, it is collar riffing and it goes on for hours. I used to dread these nights because I thought I really don't wanna do this, but I feel like I wanna be getting in shape book everyone's going out and it was the peer pressure lot all our work people. So I was really cover. I thought, I know what I can do. I can eat with everybody. I can sling food down. I have a great time drink as much as are want because soon as get home, how found the furthest place away from my wife's bedroom. And I'll go in there and I couldn't get rid of everything. And I thought it's really clever, this is and then of course, the one time becomes five times and then you realize, no, this has no future. I've, I need to find something else that does this for me. So again, the stop Borton was there. It just took me a while to press it and at the time Gary, you saying the book you were actually haunted by Robbie Williams because he was obviously at the peak of his success and everywhere you would go, dude, get people coming up to you asking about Roby talking about Robbie was the time when Robbie was making his digs about you. So you turn on radio one breakfast show, and there he was making a gag about. Out Gary Barlow. How did you cope with that? And then obviously, how did you deal with that with ropy as well? Yeah, that that was the worst of it actually because it was embarrassing. It was Reuben salt in the wounds on a daily basis, and you've got to remember once wanna start that stop big, they're everywhere and always on the radio. The always on the TV that always being quoted in newspapers and those things at that time will just all around me. That's the environment we live in. So the point where the people would shout things across the road, you go into shot and someone would put Robby CD on it, just followed me everywhere. Couldn't get rid of it..