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Patchwork Junkie with Kyle Dean Houston
"Hello everyone welcome to the addicted mind podcast, my guest today is Kyle Anderson author of Patchwork, Junkie and Kyle. Why don't you introduce yourself? -Ture Brown first of all I just want to thank you, this is. It's always great. People do their best to give a platform for conversations like this, so I really appreciate, it's connected to you and your audience just really quickly first and foremost I, my husband, a father and proud of both of those things I'm also a sales executive and a coach and a spear as well as an author and spach were. Yeah, thank you so much for coming on. And we were just talking earlier about being DADS and and fatherhood, and the beauty that comes with that so I'm excited to hear about your story. And why don't we just start at the beginning? How how did this all start? And then we'll get to how you ended up writing the book, but tell me a little bit about the beginning sure. I'm assuming you don't WanNa know that was born in the seventies or any of that stuff, so we'll just start with the addiction. We'll just leap into it if you don't mind. Yeah Yeah, so, what ended up happening I was a young entrepreneur in Missouri Twenty, four twenty five years old, and I had my own carpet store and some strange fate I got addicted to meth amphetamine in a very short period of my life I started using needles. The only way I'm ever going to quit. I mean I just spiraled into a deep depression and was convinced the only way I was ever going to get sober was an overdose and I tried my best had. I ended up teaching myself how to Cook Meth as an act of survival, and ended up becoming one of the biggest meth cooks Kansas City in the early nineties, instead of having an overdose I got arrested was facing. Thirty years of my life ended up in a cell by myself for twenty three hours a day for almost a year. I'm going to read this story tremendously, but ended up getting a nine year sentence from that, and then when I went off to do my nine years when I was about to get ruled out, ended up, getting indicted by the fans and I was facing life, so a lot of this is in the book. Don't want to ruin any of the story. Then ended up doing seven years by the grace of God it. A total of seven years behind bars walked at the age of thirty five scared to death, no college degree, no network I'd never even sent an email and I went from a ten dollar an hour employee at a call center I was the guy that used to call up. Issue to take a brief clip for your to your engine on your verizon, but went from that to a decade later, becoming a vice president cited two billion dollars of trade. And Bat Artemije story is very complex and difficult side lights. That's it in a very small concise nutshell, so really going through all of it right right from the very beginning to finding a place for yourself. That feels right at at the end. And you are able to to find your way well. I think just like everybody. The answer's Yes. Of course it is, it's a it's a glorious story right living. It was not as fun as failing it I promise you, but the baggage not so obvious. Is that ten years that I spent? Climbing. The ladder of Gordon America was ten years, shame ills and fear that I would wish on anybody so my story with the exception of my beautiful wife, and all of the great things that happened in those in years, but romy. My story really starts when I. Sit down the right book, which was a couple of years ago. Because that's when I let go of the. The baggage that's when I started the healing process as when I stopped white, knuckling everything in life
Garden as refuge with Ken Druse
"Kind of an eerie juxtaposition out the window and unfair days outside when we can go outside right now unfolding beauty and innocence. You know tiny bulbs plump Little Buds and the headlines. Hourly and daily so You know I wanted to backtrack about what gardening means tests and sort of what brought us to it. What brought you. How long have you been gardening since I was very young house was a teenager and I started with indoor plants and got really turned on and then when I went to college in Rhode Island I was kind of close to Danielson Connecticut which is where low Geez is and you know I was thinking about all this stuff and I think that shopping has a lot to do with my acquisitive NECE and interest in? You know seeing the new plant finding new plant thing will there? Also incredible and shopping online is something you can do now so really well. So you're GONNA be spending some money and when you you said you were a teenager and so forth. What did it besides these sort of amassing a collection? That sort of instinct. That you apparently had Was there some other escapism or something else that brought you to it or you know. I don't know I don't want to project too. I mean I can tell you mine but I just you know I don't know I I know I have a need to nurture and I just love. It's so exciting to see you know. It seems like slow-motion in most cases but to see a plant grow and thrive or something from seed that sometimes. That's pretty fast and from sea to in your case edibles. It's a miracle and to participate in that it it. I'm thinking how heartwarming it is. And that's it's you know it's a boost. Then it makes you. It makes you think about tomorrow. Yeah Yeah I mean for me. I was in my twenties and I mean you know the story most of my listeners. Know Story You know as my twenties. My father had died the next year. My mother was forty. Nine was diagnosed with early onset. Alzheimer's disease I don't even think they called it that at that time but that was the idea and so there. I was called home for my to cover my widowed mother and that unfolded this strange time in my young life and I was close to home to stay close to home during the day. I had a job at night. Someone else came and care for her at night. And what are you GONNA do? I mean as I say you can only watch so much daytime. Tv When you're twenty four twenty five years old and so I got a garden book. As someone gave me Crockett's victory garden and I would seem sad expression. Victory Gardens seems appropriate right now and I you know and I just started doing the stuff in it like I started going to the local garden center and whatever it said I just bought those seeds or that plant or just did these crazy experiments and obviously killed most of the things in the early going. You know I didn't know what I was doing. But that was my entree was during a very dark time and my my younger life So it's been a refuge for me You know number of times it seen me through. I have often said my gardens has saved me many times so I find I'm thinking of spending more time outside because I can't go at the moment And all of my vents. I'm sure like yours have been postponed at least through. May and I'm sure through June and whatever as well Are you thinking of doing more are you? I'm trying to assign myself some projects things I've put off because usually I have garden visitors and I can't make a mess and leave the mess there for weeks while I you know do a Jew Be Greenwich Ovation or something. I'm thinking well. This is the time Margaret. Nobody's coming right well. We we already talked about me shopping. I haven't really gotten that into that but I probably will usually I shop for something because I see something and then I track it down online and then that leads me. Oh they have a minimum order. Oh and then there's five plants and you only wanted one and then there's shipping savings if you buy forty nine dollars for the plant's not that. I've ever done that but I it's almost time for me to spruce up the house plans and that's something. I can do something I should do. You know do a house plant Rehab. I every day I run to light cart to see who's changed or what seed has sprouted. Miracle never tired of that miracle so there there's that Planted some perennials. Yesterday that came in the mail and they were dormant. How so that's happening already in? That's going to continue. I got a Beirut Cherry tree that I'm growing pot I don't know why right well but whatever gets you through. I mean I think right so you said I loved. You said WHO's changed. You went to the light cart To look at your all your little babysit who. You didn't say what she said. Who and I think of them. The same way to plants are not some inanimate objects some it right. You know I think of them as as as who not one but so you said House Plant Rehab. So this is a time for that and we have time. 'cause we're home and we have time to notice and we can. That's a good suggestion for me. Because a lot of years. I get so hectic. Try and get ready for the open gardens. I don't do my repotting of those house plants on their way out the door for the summer or do you know what I mean. I skip it. So that's a really good one when they're on their way out which is late usually mid. May and wouldn't it be great to for me to clean the leaves with a sponge and a little couple of drops dish soap in accord of warm water? And just clean off the dust but also some of them get a little city mole alden. There's all sorts of insects that can actually be removed with a sponge in a tiny bit of soap and water so The things that have ever removed most of the house plants and things that have firm leaves like citrus and Camelia. If you grow things like that and philodendron which you can go anywhere some philodendron. I put my hand under the leaf than just rub the top brush sponging were almost everything comes right off. The plants look so much better and then they say thank you. Yeah Yeah 'cause I mean. Spending a winter indoors is not really their thing. And all that unseen dust that moves around in the air with The heating system when heating systems on in any house right. And you find that fine dust like my clive is all have that by this time of year and they need a nice Tending you so you have you have a Camelia You Grow Hoyas don't you? I I do. There's one at the kitchen window and luckily that's very close the kitchen sink because the plant small enough. It'll go right in the kitchen sink and get washed off there or you have the climate as you. Probably take him to the shower. Yeah I do I do but Yeah but the hoyas. I've never grown them. I've grown them somehow as needed greenhouse. And well we can talk about what they are. They used to be part of the milkweed family but I think they've separated them now but they're semi succulent. They have thick leaves. They're pretty slow growing except in the spring when they kind of shoot. I have one wonderful one called Hoya Carey. I and I started with one leaf in a pot and it stayed that way for about five years. Want an apart- many years ago and then all of a sudden it just exploded a now. It's a very big viney plant. I have it on a a wreath circle. You know stuck in this well. It's a long story but I wound round and round and it has beautiful flowers when it blooms in the summer and it has heart shaped leaves. I have another one that has purple flowers. They don't flower very often. And it's important not to trim eight trim where the flowers come because it blooms on Spurs Kinda like an apple tree and it'll bloom over and over again on the same spurs so you have to not cut those dead head so to speak to the flowers and their fragrance almost all of them and if you do cut it or it will bleed white. Latex like a lot of succulents and milkweed male creates right. Right right
"twenty four twenty five year" Discussed on KXNT NewsRadio 840 AM
"I grab audio sound bite well let's just say here's the size twenty four twenty five years crazy Bernie as he opened his presser at one P. at all trump is the most dangerous president in the modern history of our country and he must be defeated tragically we have a president today who is a pathological liar and it was running a corrupt administration he clearly does not understand the constitution of the United States and thinks that he is a president who is above the law in my view he is a racist sexist homophobic xenophobic anti religious bigots and he must be defeated and I will do everything in my power to make that happen I mean that pretty much runs the gamut now crazy Bernie not sugar coating anything there and then he's it lowered the gone with the Joe Biden he comes out here it has a one o'clock press conference speech throwing down the gauntlet using the drive by media who thought he might concede that their issue or challenge the Biden to show up Sunday for their right for their debate and here's how he mentioned that we are strongly winning into enormously important areas which will determine the future all of our country poll after poll including exit polls show that a strong majority of the American people support our progressive agenda can people are deeply concerned about the grotesque level of income and wealth inequality in this country now there is something that is all of a sudden servicing in in Michigan and it'll probably service in other places apparently Michigan State University and a number of other voting locations in the state yesterday students I have to stand in line for in some cases six hours to vote and had to leave they had class they had they had to go to work they had to go get inoculated from the corona virus something and they didn't vote and they think it's done on purpose they think that they were defrauded students hello everybody thanks what vote for Bernie Sanders so this is something I would say it's beginning to surface now and even Jill Stein who was was part of the whole mess back in two thousand sixteen is accusing the Democrats of vote fraud here in an effort to stymie support for crazy Bernie make it look like Biden have this major sweeping victory it is really fox it's really crazy Joe Biden can't draw flies to a rally and yet we're to believe that there is a massive uncontrollable energy for the guy polling places I'm not buying special report corona virus pandemic the World Health Organization has now declared the corona virus outbreak has reached pandemic stage the top U. S. expert on infectious disease doctor Anthony Fauci says corona virus is a threat to fifteen to twenty percent of the population you look at historically for example the experience we've had with China about eighty percent of them have disease that makes people sick but they ultimately recover without substantial medical intervention it's the fifteen to twenty percent that had a serious disease and high mortality San Francisco is banning gatherings of over one thousand meeting the NBA's warriors could play without fans tomorrow the trump administration is working on plans to delay the April fifteenth tax deadline the White House also wants to declare all coronavirus task force meetings as classified hi Mike maybe you can relate to this a lot of people think they're stuck with their health plan it costs too much for whatever reason they just don't like it the great news you're not stuck with it there.
"twenty four twenty five year" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"A good old fashioned is the piped in Bing Crosby Carole as you go to the mall and I'm jostle the mall for a bit because we went to see a movie that was the deal she said I got to go see once the queen and slim what's that I'm not that is an incredible movie African American couple on their first date gets pulled over by a kid from get out get out I forget it they're not altercation aliens of shooting the police officer not give anything away this is all about the trailer it's based on the run it's it's in particular they call it in the preview this and I think it's a little bit about the modern day Bonnie and Clyde yeah but it is heavy it is not in queens first day takes an unexpected turn when a policeman pulled him over for a minor traffic violation of the situation escalates slim takes the officer's gun shoots in self defense LA always popular the media's slimming queen feel they have no choice but to go on the run made the law when a video of the encyclical the unwitting Ellison become a symbol of trauma terror and grief and pain for people to have a movie and I recommend domination I'm definitely going to see it because I'm interested in I heard it's really good but I'm also fascinated mark that they apparently there's one part of the movie where this young couple their on the run like cups and they're hiding from the authorities and one thing leads to another they wind up and flees house from the Red Hot Chili Peppers also there's fully he's harboring a couple of of what would you call these guys I want to give it away but it's it's it's a house my boy fleet if he's really good okay he was a huge role was real good yeah could step copes Pelor give me your I mean yeah it kinda sucks I don't I don't show the same central if you that like far hunt had this time to make a big move this is what he was supposed to do we talked about this he didn't do this in a way he didn't want make big splash free agent signings I can't I don't I think the biggest country to give out was a Kelly Jansen Laura Clayton Kershaw extension I don't think he ever went out and made a big splash any trades but he did the same for you I'm not looking for I don't want to just break the bank inside Bryce Harper I wanted creative three team trade what he didn't do that before so why do you think that's where you you don't think they didn't they make trades on three team trying to three team that a creative trade I was just being referred okay so playing his GM really excited three T. don't think he made a creative trade at the deadline to get rid of the mall Anson contract yeah I was getting ready good I'd say that he just backed up by dumping pelo I I agree one of the guys you went and got for nothing yeah that was a creative trick yeah and they don't yeah it was really it in and he's like it's almost like a dog chasing its own tail trend I'll think of stuff all the time I don't agree none of these guys who he has on the feel rushed right now can play other than yes that's the only I can play I don't can't play Slater can't play haven't seen enough of Duggar to see your I may I'll be generous okay I just but I'm I just didn't like what I see on the shoulder injury he he injured is sliding into second stretch in a double the first time second time it was making a diving catch I do it could be a bad thing yeah and if it is a place where we've seen things later yeah I Jaylen Davis your it's it adds hope she to you once controllable twenty four twenty five year old because he's running at like the rays are the age you got much nine million or nine point five million or whatever for one year for Kevin pull our just because I got one you're closer to the grave I want to go on watch baseball you and rock one more yeah.
"twenty four twenty five year" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Deep substance addiction goers actor businessman and restaurant owner Jenny trail will be addressing all this telling his own story of overcoming connection at the California community open your top friends it's in Anaheim tomorrow but before that he sticks with us here on in depth so when you go to talk to people what happens because being Danny trail probably gets in the door and gets the initial reaction right the like well this guy's right in front of me but is it a pretty quick thing where they realize that you know you know what you're talking about and this is on a different level well the good thing about about this celebrity bit is that until the late I get their attention right away and and them well the minute they start hearing my story I think they know they realize it yeah he knows what he's talking about you and and I've been there I've I've a row dead tree in all we do San Quentin state prison and and and so it's like a this is what happened you is that what happened what used to be what happened and what it's like now you know and and when people hear that they go well with I have a chance I think all the only thing that anybody is clean and sober has to offer hope to somebody that that can't seem to get a grasp on an engine this Danny is I I think where you you do provide people with with a lot of of inspiration because you you go from the west twenty four twenty five year old Danny who was an addict and who was in in prison you end up in our a very successful career in show business and then you you did something more amazing than being able to get into show business they got into doughnuts you know what actually everything good is happened to me it happened as a direct result of help with someone else my agent Gloria had a a low budget movie that few well this is kind of a a good a good thing let's see you do me a favor really it it's a low budget they're not gonna make your rate nice is will what we can do well they going to give you a sandwich and a but using visual okay let's do it you know and and we did a movie called bad **** and and it was I love the director Craig moss is awesome and then the the the the producers ash all you he was just great and and so he knows that I live good food you know I won't I won't eat fast food and and up and up he said they wanted to start a restaurant jokingly like I thought I thought if you'll be nice is trail struggles because me and my mom was talked about starting a restaurant right in my dad in the Archie bunker the fifties you know the minute we talked about my mom working he would a I got a kitchen right there you go because in the fifties alike men women did not work yeah they weren't there and in fact my dental five brothers and if your wife work then when all the brothers would get together they would say you know you catch it you're a what you want to be always hold on they could have a very the fuel so your home or via the cartels will serve from tacos to donuts so we started this restaurant and then when the when the building that they they did a movie called tangerine right on that building when that came available again ash you know was who's brilliant isn't your dad your mother Dona business and as I like doughnuts so might as well so we started the donor and doing really well anybody the goals of the pineapple fritters I'm telling you if you eat more than two you will be re have there are people who are very happy that you have the restaurants so thanks for starting them the show business and how you got started in that but you still remain I mean you don't act like a movie star and that's when people meet you that's one of the first things they say how has it not gone to your head because we can both you know think of funny people whereas I gotta I gotta say that my friend when I first got into this in the bunker Eddie bunker passed away great writer unbelievable writer in the he said Danny the whole world to think you're a movie star but you can't and this is what it's all about and he took me we were with a movie star right needs now watch and the movie star was there blah blah blah and then he walked away and when he walked away everybody's terriers guys your call one to killing me and and and so I thought I get it you know is a is a wait a minute this like this thing is my job its exact same isn't as a disk jockey up house painter our driver of it didn't matter it is my job this is what I do but did you did what's the attraction of show business for you acting because it allowed you to get out of yourself to to assume another identity will raise the money the money that's on I did run away train rides a movie really training yeah I mean do you know and and and is what I gotta say card everything and they were going to pay me three twenty a day so wall unit for and I started every day I will provide a we can have three twenty three twenty three twenty three when I got my chance their numbers were way different than mine and I enjoyed them run into my car and it eases were you born the cashier's check the screwed up only got a meal panel deal you know tea and then right right into a phone to be an actor is it and put in the book but this one in the end you can you you get to play these different characters and it's so funny when when when when a director will say you know just can you do you do you can you have five economy well I'll give it a shot in a repair just in California does that does that though sometimes were you if a character you're playing maybe is a little too close to hello at least you used to be a lot of Ammar but did you go to remember is that I can there's there's a there's two kinds of people in the world okay there's there's the the people that want to make a difference and the ones that are taking up space so when I get into that character I think I'm the guy this taking up space you know and I I hope I want to get out of that as soon as I can because I want to be the kind of person that makes a difference all the time so the and at the director can you mention because I we got into this big I love doing a movie with Mickey Rourke stabbing penalty killing people and then immediately after I started playing my kids you know just and I jump out of that immediately I don't but I can't stand people in I mean character yeah well you're about to give yes.
"twenty four twenty five year" Discussed on The Art of Charm
"We had a guy that was one of the top receivers in the NFL man. Have you guys ever done like the versa climber? Are you familiar with overture device? Yes, I am. So we were doing it was early in the offseason. So we minimize the impact just because they've come off of eighteen weeks of just taking Ruutel pounding. Right. So we kind of, you know, there's gotta be a tapering period before we ramp back up. So we're doing a versa climber competition. New cat comes in just at rookie wide receiver records in the NFL. Everybody's gas in them up thinks he's the best and I'm trying to give them some tips because he's joining a group of guys that had been trained in for like three or four weeks. Now, now my came out like you ever done this, and he was like, nah, I'm good. And I go. Yeah. No doubt. I'm sure you're good. But there's some nuances of this. It'd be he's like, dude. I've good just chill. And like kind of Buddha's palm in the hand of my face like twenty four twenty four twenty five year old me would have. Like listen. Right. But my okay, three to Goten they gotta do a thirty second interval, well, three intervals into this dude on his back toasted and guys are just laughing at him. I go you ready for some advice ship. So I think self awareness comes from a little bit of you kind of have an again. Metaphorically speaking tastes in your own blood, recognizing that you, you failed somewhere, you're struggling, and then you really taking the time to reflect on that. And not just like what have I learned mindfulness? I mean like really dig in like why did I suck there? What was my ego telling me and how can I move forward and the interesting part about all of this? Whether it's special forces or athletes is they're in a constant state of training and they're conditioned to train, and for most of us civilians were not in a concentrate of training. And that's why it's hard for us to develop the self-awareness oftentimes because we don't have that competitive side. We don't have that ability to compare ourselves to what someone else's doing directly, which you do, obviously with your athletes, and with the special forces. Is even in when they come through our programs, they're always onto the next training, their one of their training, schedule. And they're always training because they're always in new environments, where they need that edge, and when it comes to raising your self awareness, I think another big part of it is being open to feedback right, one hundred per and a lot of times it's hard to develop self awareness. If you're just dismissive of all feedback, and think about how great that is for what you guys have done like with this show..
"twenty four twenty five year" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Years deployed nine times seven nine times. It was for combat. Yes, sir. And now you're here. You don't call me, sir. I work for a living before. Two questions number one is a coup for me to say separate fires. Should you? Just be Verena when you say separate fi. No, no. You can say you say it number two. Would you got to Paris island? And he started getting off the bus be honest. Did you start second guessing your decision and wondering what you've done, absolutely? It was in the middle of the night. And you don't realize that it's your right on the main road. So you could have really walked off the base, but they don't let you in on that kind of drive you around get you lost. I want to jump into a story that we all are familiar with. It was a national story. Heck, I remember Bobby Knight was commenting on it that he was remember when this Jessica Lynch got captured. He was saying he heard that she had unloaded her entire. She had no ammo left. Oh, I'm sorry. We're gonna get we're gonna bring we were supposed to bring lait Santa. We jumped right into it lands. Oh, great idea soccer city. I think it's a great idea to jump into that story. It's an incredible story. But you gotta understand just to kind of set the framework perspective is that an out at UPS. I was a supervisor out there. Head of crew voices. Twenty four twenty five years old finishing up my college, and then Brian came and he was like nineteen years old. And he was this kid had all kinds of energy was just nuts. I wanted to bring his neck, and I wanted to give him a high five at the same time all the time. Right. They came to me one night. And he said. I'm going to go in the marines. I said, no, don't go to the rain. I like you right. We're combat. We're in a war. What do you want to go fight for the marines? What what are you talking about? You. You get killed. I mean, genuinely I was very concerned that. Yeah. Yeah. He goes into the marines. And and I didn't ever really reconnect with him again until just a few months ago because I had tried to keep up with them. But when you live in all over the world, which was and moving in state twenty two years in the Marine Corps. It was very difficult to kind of keep that contact. We finally were able to reconnect, but but then one day I'm looking in the paper, it's like two thousand three or whatever. And I'm reading you back, then we still had the news newspaper. Right. But I'm reading about this. Jessica Lynch story. And I learned that Brian was he'll tell you all about the details about what he was involved with their. But it blew my mom like this. Brian Cox that was his nineteen year old kid now, you know, some eight or nine years later, he's warrior. Yeah. And so I just find that he tells very fascinating is pretty amazing. Appreciate you bringing them to us. Yeah. Let's let's talk about that two thousand and three. I believe there's eleven POW's taking her position was overrun is that accurate. Nobody really knows. I I don't know what happened that got him Catholic. Okay. Gotcha. Okay. I don't know. But I'll leave Levin the rest of them or killed brutally. So our grief. We got there was eleven total. She was the only one that was left alive. They took the rest of them. They beheaded them de headed. They were all service all all they were all part of the same convoy gosh. And and they they buried them in the shallow graves outside of Nasiriyah. We launched off the boat the USS boxer flew to an airport called. I think it was Talil. I mean that's been fifteen sixteen years now pretty positive. It was Talil. We had we had helicopters C H Fifty-three with three of them. We had C H Forty-six frogs. We had UH sixty Blackhawks OH fifty eight little birds. Delta force navy seals Harrier jets marine ground forces. It was a total joint operation. Wait a minute. You knew where she was. They had got the Intel that she was in the hospital. Okay. So we we go to this airbase this Toledo airport, and we'd go to this like hasty put together brief. Okay, right. We're going to get this. We're going to get her. Yeah. We're going to go. Get her. There was a diversionary attack on this side of the town to kind of draw their forces that way, we came in this way, I had Rangers and the digging team on my helicopter. Okay. You're saying digging team because you were taking bodies back. They were they were bringing them home. Yep. So we go in with drop. Everybody off we high tailed it out of there, we go back to Toledo and wait for them to do their work. The fifty eight were able to land on the hospital with delta force who actually went in and put hands on her and got her out. And then we went back to pick up the rest of the troops. So my helicopters, basically, heavy lift troop transport and heavy lift its largest helicopter in the US military. And she she if I recollect she was a mess. I'm sure she still is. Yes. She was a physical mess. I thought she had broken bones. Yep. Gunshot wounds heal leg that when she got to her. She was she is a was a wreck. So you win the delta forces the one that actually hands on with her is that what you said. Okay. So. So then we went back in to pick. Everybody up. And then and then got out of there. Probably the biggest thing that stands out to me is on exiting the landing zone that time between me and the helicopter in front of in front of me and RPG right in between us. We were, you know, fifty sixty yards apart not very far. And you see this blazing firework. Factor. If that hits you you're done or all those things pretty tough kind of depends on where where hits. Yeah. Yeah. And the only reason I know that is because we had a plane get hit by one in Afghanistan in two thousand ten eleven and they were actually able to fly the helicopter back it suffered damage, but it hit read into the wheel. Well, anyway. So yeah, this big fireworks goes in between us and. You know, we get low and fast and get out of there. And there's power lines that you have to be aware of. And you're on night vision goggles, it's dark. It's dusty. It's crazy. It's crazy. Like, you don't. Yes. Two thousand and three. So I was twenty eight. And. You know, we get back, and we find out that she had been rescued. I think there was one ground troop that either sprained his ankle or broke his ankle or something kinda minor in the grand scheme of things that was the only casualty that we took as a joint force. So I think that was a real turning point in that operation Iraqi freedom for that early into it was to go in and execute something lawless is that pretty much and get her out. I know that that was it was just a huge huge story nationwide. So you're over there, you don't know. But everyone in this room knew it, right? Everybody knew about Jessica Lynch. It was a huge lead story for a long time. And the fact that you all went in there and got her out was so over. Well, everyone was we didn't know her. But we knew that that that was a success, and they went and got her was just almost emotional for people. It was really cool. It was when we got back to the ship. I remember standing in line because we were just hoping to make it back for breakfast. Because you only got certain time to eat. So. Which are Fiji almost hit. You you're thinking I'm not going to get my best. Yeah. And it's pretty funny. I got a lot of friends and family that are listening. Now, they'll probably won't argue with the fact that I when it's time to eat. I eat champion. But we're standing in line, and they they were showing something on the closed caption TV on the ship. And there's a sailor Senate lamb before me. And like, I still had my gear on my flight here. Like, we literally shut the planes down in random domestic right? And he was like did was that you guys. And I was like, yeah. And he, bro. Go ahead of me. Right. You guys are Rockstars like. You know, you really don't realize how big it's going to turn out at that time. I was still kind of in a daze about what just happened like, you, it it happens so quickly you really don't know. Yeah. You know, I kind of think back to like all these days in Yuma. Arizona in twenty nine palms, California and Camp Pendleton where we would take the helicopter out every night and just practice landing in the dirt five this way, five that way, change lead five this way five highway, and it was so boring. And I just hated it. But when you go and do it for real it really makes sense like, oh, wow, we trained. So it says it's a muscle memory thing. You gotta do exactly what you were trained, and I guess did it and it works, okay? Yeah. When I again, I don't know if the movies are accurate, but I watched the zero dark thirty and on the way out will they all said, they didn't think they were coming back. They thought for sure there's it's going to be booby-trapped, and they're going to blow us all up. So they figured we're we're not coming back. But the seeing that got me was there midway through and he goes flying out there. And he goes who's been in the Hilo crash in every single person in the helicopter race says we've been here before let's go, and it's amazing. How many times those things fall out of the sky too? Yeah. Yeah. You know? Between mechanical, you know, human error and just sheer bad luck. You know, stuff happens. And then when you when you add that with flying in a place where you are not familiar with and it's dark, and I you know, they don't have streetlights everywhere. Like we do. I mean, it's dark. It's dark dark. And then you add the dust and just the sheer fact that you know. Anybody? I think that would ever tell you that you know, they did this and did that and they weren't scared is full of it. I'm glad you edited yourself on that talking to Brian Cox targetted, Brian Cox. Yeah, we're going to take a short break. But not you're going to think when we come back. You're going to tell us why you did nine nine tours. Nine. Seven of them involving combat talked with Brian Cox, Marine Corps. Oh, by the way, you were the the enlisted. How do I say this two thousand three enlisted airman a year enlisted aircrew crewmen of the aircrew here? Are you go when we come back more from marine, Brian Cox? But first let me tell you about up in smoke. Everyone has their favorite up in smoke store. They're all over the city Louisville. You got one by your neighborhood, go by their why that's where Louisville gets their CBD oil. It's mine. I take it every night. How 'bout that? 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"twenty four twenty five year" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast
"I I feel a little bit out of my element here because I purposely not follow Cardi's personal life as closely as a lot of people have same. I just want to enjoy the good parts fun. And I think. In a way in a kind of unhealthy way. A lot of people have tried to make her a intersectional feminist icon in a way that she's not purposely saw out for herself. Correct. He's just a human being sometimes she says, some you agree with sometimes says, some pretty wo- sometimes you're going to do things that are gonna show you why she was a reality star in the first place, and there's a lot of Cates. Riccardi whenever she fucks up, which I'm I'm fine with I think people actually need more capes think this whole movement towards people fuck up and we had to like rod on them. And and like be discussed it in and save everything they've ever done. I think that's not healthy or realistic. And that's one of the reason people get tired and let people be fucked up without say anything because people go too far. But it's also led to people be so protective that is. I think it's just not healthy not not fair. Right. So she's become this avatar of for a lot of people. And I think a lot of people actually in our age grew older people are looking at this twenty four twenty five year old and putting our like thirty five forty year old like this what I would do on it maybe because of our I owned like lives and stuff but throughout her entire career. I've found so many people kind of advocating for her and some weird ways that. You know, just don't jive with the other day talk about, you know, and and we'll say I'm cool with that. I think people need to be a lot more relaxed. So she got married is, you know, she dated one of the migos offset for so long like a longtime or years of it was all public share. You know, you know, dating he proposed. She was on stage all that type of stuff. So and Cardi cardia such a personal person. Because she got on the reality TV. So she's been sharing her life with people from for most of us from the way, we know her. She got on Instagram I v v h one and so people are doing ally. I don't understand why people notice or why why matters because that's what she did to get on. Like, that's not that you don't turn off the faucet when you do this. You know, if something happens between me and Karen guy forbid. Motherfuckers going to be talking about it. So so I is know this part of the that's part of the game. And I don't we don't give all our fucking life. But still it's it's it's enough where people to associate us together. So that if something were to happen. They were absolutely be like, you know, talking and giving opinions and all that shit. So she came on and reality shows are basically kind of giving people inside your life. I think people have forgotten because she kind of watched into this pop star thing and people went, okay? Well that other never happened. It was like well Cardi was a woman that was a home wrecker. She was the woman who was dating a dude that was imprisoned for most of the time..
"twenty four twenty five year" Discussed on Watch What Crappens
"I also then they show this glimpse. He goes, oh, so when was that ever? Twenty four twenty five years ago. And then it was the clip of back long. Sorry, it's a clip of Ashley saying, well, how long have you been friends and him saying twelve years, and then they like put the time to Chiro giant question Mark by the editors, just having so much fun. They're like Fook. So Karen, these goods Asha particular studying me intensely as like count, you wanna one, having a master's guy. She lives on everyone. She gives me Jesus Christ on hip. Mattress. Just tracking. So good like you are. So by me you're paying for the scallops still rights again. So now by far luck, I like campus, I think she seems like a nice girl. I love that. She's completely mature. I like she's a Brandt. I'm like that she's a cheerleader. I'm like that she sings a lot, but I'm really sick of for fucking saints. I don't wanna watch ever again. I know. So this now we're candidates at home with her sister Krystal dressed, like a barcode, and they're hanging out and. And So Chris like, so what was your favorite part? What was your part of the trip and can I think really the highlight of the entire trip was when I sang to Monique BIC, you're in the south of France. You are on the Rivi era urine can you're like in Provence, and your favorite part was when you're at the hotel last night and you saying happy birthday, you are so self involved. Please really crystals like a where they impressed. And she said, well, they did say, I could only think with the Mike wouldn't do a hilarious rule. Can it's like Chris, this along. To my beyond say, I'm like more like you're the Michelle the world beyond say, you're the vitamin c. to like Renee. Fleming. Your sister punching people does not make you be on say, okay. So she's like, mom, but about this store, the sisters like, yeah, I tell her to do it. There's a lot of foot traffic, but she does have a good point like fits Tony feeling wear wigs, yet huge leap to hugely make. They call the mom and the mom is still my favorite person in this family because at least he's funny way to this when they call it. Yeah. Yeah. She's like. The has your weight crystal. And then they just talk about the wedding. I actually honestly it actually they weren't talk about the wedding. You're talking about the store and I just out because it was like an endless scene of like trying to get them to downgrade the moms involvement. Mom mom is like to involve, like, how about you're more of a consultant than a investor or whatever it was. And it was again, it was just like supervisor. She's going to be a consultant and Kansas. Is that the big step for man, I went on the internet and was reading Facebook comments about this episode and people were like, whose mother calls him and says, how's your weight? I would blues. I'm doesn't. Everybody's mother, you that. His normal. Like I feel like if our mom, I would just like caller stranger and be like, how's your way. Like just a just a check in? Yeah. Every time I call t. mobile, the pay my Bill. They're like Aloma happy and I'm like, yeah. Good. How's your weight? My the version that I get, I don't get. How's your weight? I get. So anything going on with your scripts. I think going on with your scripts. I'm like, no, nothing is going on scripts ever. Don't you think I would tax you? The second lost you hounds or wrote a script. You know where they need you Saturday Night Live. Well, I'll just tell them, I heard y'all needed over there.
"twenty four twenty five year" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Long beach fire department rollcall has been taken in capterra has not answered bill has been struck for his last too long the sun shine upon his dad made the win employs the at his back i made the lord open minutes in the palm of his hand until we need again all right kfi am six forty it's conway show a very sad day here in southern california especially in long beach when a firefighters going into a building to essentially save elderly people from dying and then get shot and killed in the progress nobody can really understand it doesn't make sense to anybody and so you know you start to try to make sense of it by the ones that are going to have the toughest time are his wife and his two kids i think he has a twenty four twenty five year old son and a sixteen year old son and probably you know waiting for dad to retire at some point probably fairly soon and spend the you know the rest of his days out fishing with this kid's or spending time with the kids and now they can't because we have another a hole in long beach all right corbin carson is with us with more details corporate you there i am sir how are you really shocking has this ever happened before in may have happened in los angeles but ever in long beach.
"twenty four twenty five year" Discussed on Around the Horn
"And but realistically yeah washington it's been the more physical team but if they're the penalty box steven stamkos will score the power play goal dental break their backs so they've got to be smart watching it's got to be smart two words nikita kucherov he has only one goal in three assists this guy scored one hundred points during the regular season he's not only talented but he's physical for twenty four twenty five year old guy i think he's going to break out the diet he's going to win this game with the score a goal though plachy to other words what he brayden hopi ninety two percent to save percentage in six game sevens this is his seventh game seven the cavs goaltender we've always cliche always comes down to the goaltending these games always does hope he's coming off the shutout popey wins the game for the cat okay okay so you're saying the success he's having game sevens while the team hasn't shared that has the team hasn't won game seven yeah well you're not going to be the best player that's getting you go lashley real flags i'll make you pick you have to get to give it something here caps just because they've won on the road throughout these playoffs we'll move on tonight's game five in boston where we have the alltime showdown of momentum versus home courts in the desire to dean things to get out whether the cast figured out the celtics last games now brad stevens is turned to figure out the figuring out the and bill o advantage boston this still nine and old home they've averaging nearly thirteen points more per one hundred hundred possessions at home during the postseason and their inter desperate this must win for the celtics win.
"twenty four twenty five year" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"I whenever a kid does some leaves us i just wish him well i hope that he does great we're going to have a good team next year we would have liked to have him with us but we we will have a good team but did you will will not prove to be the way to go it's not going to be what kids are gonna do first of all ready to play with twenty three twenty four twenty five year old man trying it's as everybody knows it's a guard driven lead they get the ball they try they school that's looking for box scores scores but it's just not equipped for that i wish him well i hope he does great but it's just i don't think it's it'll be i think it'd be proven it's not really we'll see how that plays out going forward let's end this where we started it's masters week real quickly your prediction to put on the green jacket sunday is oh i love to see tiger do it i just don't think she's quite ready to do it but i'll tell you you gotta almost thing bubba way he's playing he's won twice there i want everybody in the country tiger woods is a phenomenon and like nothing we've ever seen in golf is really good but when he plays it's something special certainly jim and this may be one of the best masters like you said bubba rory fills back at jordan looks like it's coming into form so it's going to be a lot of fun jim we appreciate your insights not only on golf but also what's expected i in the national championship coach thank you jimmy bay with us coming up we'll talk to someone who was just named to be a hall of famer and is calling the title game tonight we'll get to that mike after this word from treks when building or replacing decades important to use materials that stand out but.
"twenty four twenty five year" Discussed on FinTech Insider
"This law middle men and women would on those in the trough along very long chain and it becomes an interesting if we look out four or five years from now how many noses in the trough will be removed as a result of blockchain when we were doing the scottish widows then we had two people who opted out of the pension scape young people to that and we got on the experience at the end they both said that they not going to join the pension scheme after three minutes which was interesting but i did ask them just out of interest have you actually saved any money anywhere and they said oh yeah we're into bitcoins and and one of the mentioned blockchain so we're talking about twenty four twenty five year old bitcoin and blockchain so we going to need to get with the program bit here for the next gen coming through robin hood's finally well known in the us they added bitcoin to the application and it's kind of been digits lonely it's a mobile only kind of platform on when they had a bit car and they had a million people sign up in a date to try and get the application i mean there's something about this legitimization of something that was seen very scary before but becky do you separate like the scary evil money from what we can actually use i think we again going back to my core focus is always around the customer and asking why why do customers care about blockchain and for me it's we have this notion of transparency we trust and if you look at that settlement process or if you look at where you know you're you're.
"twenty four twenty five year" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Sharon those twenty four twenty five years now who knows what's going to happen when you gotta go through it yeah you're probably hope twenty four twenty five years and not like sixteen or seventeen you know what i'm saying i mean i've already got excited about all that stuff i mean that's all he gets more anxious as you go brother and let me just tell you when they finally out of it and come out of their whatever their their martian phase yeah and they get into real life and they understand what's going on and hopefully they bring home a guy that you can really truly respect and admire and at somebody who matt is so anybody knows matt knows exactly what i'm talking about and it couldn't it just really for those two young people it's it's the beginning of a new life together and that's awesome so when we were talking last week about the jets and missing out on kirk cousins and going through all the scenarios in the draft and how there could be a bunch of teams that could be wanting quarterbacks before you got the six one of the things that i just was screaming about was they can't waste any time here because you can have the buffalo bills with all the assets that they have hop up against that pick from the cult maybe the giants are interested maybe the broncos wanna move up maybe the browns wanna move down you just don't know exactly how it's going to play out so guarantee yourself an opportunity to get one of the guys that you like and they did exactly that on saturday gave up a bunch i mean you're talking about three second round picks but at the same time the new york jets at this point are not messing around the most important position and now is the thing that they had to avoid they missed out on cousins they found a couple of stopgaps maybe they can get lightning in a bottle of bridgewater mccown will be there but they're taking a damn quarterback and now it's about getting the right one which is the hardest part of this well two things that i took out of this the trade happened right after the josh rosen ucla so he went to mike megan one to oklahoma saw baker mayfield and that was when baker mayfield said i just showed everybody i'm the best quarterback.
"twenty four twenty five year" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Is the model fifty eight dollars puts it on your car valve stem mountain balance opthamologist say the other thing was h as in hotel seven twenty four seven twenty okay now in your car has to have a one eighty five seventy five fourteen in order for the transition to work right or not now the other question i had was the the headline the headline on a all well that caused the rule to leak now now it's just 'cause medics i gotta get another headline roof leaking is what caused the headline fall down not necessarily you know i we could could it could break up the glue it could it could have been a lot of times older cars the all day do it because of the heat in the glue starts right breaking on the foam turns to powder basic right because because of the heat and everything else sure i wanna know where ted got a nineteen ninetythree cutlass twenty four twenty five year old car for only seven hundred bucks and the only problems he's having with the tires i was very lucky very lucky sometimes you go what's called the barn find the the front end alignment can i this is my car require all four wheel alignment or just be the bronx if you buy all four tires at once they in most cases will align your car at no additional cost i think i think it's questions what was does he have just moments in the back of that vehicle i don't believe though ninety three i don't think there are just minutes no it's got the regular but it would be impossible without having the entire suspension steering system up in front of me i'm not sure if that vehicle has alignment points in the back of the vehicle however they should be checked because even though the may not be an adjustment point not knowing the history on this vehicle control on the.
"twenty four twenty five year" Discussed on WSB-AM
"That he turns out to be the best that's ever done it so guess what his money's gonna go way up and the pay gap is going to be huge accept the world as it is it's not going to change in your lifetime if you want to make money if that matters to you then get good at something that not so many people are good at or get good at something that has a lot of people in it but there's a huge demand for right now if you're eighteen or nineteen computer coding is everything you're if you're good at it if you're decent at it you're probably going to be able to get a good career going and make decent money but you know what forty years from now it might be like being a steelworker it may not last forever there may be a point of diminishing returns with that this is how the world works you listening to me now twenty four twenty five years old you're going to stamp your feet and say i demand to have within fifty times of what the what have you done what have you done that makes you feel entitled to any x number compared to what somebody else has done boy that robert plant for led zeppelin he makes too much money well i didn't sing stairway to heaven he did if this was a bumper sticker i would tell you kids to go out and find your stairway to heaven what what what seriously what the w half with autumn fisher i'm sorry out and we don't have any time we're going right into commercial guess what you wanna do what you wanna do is step on your time your computer science goofy but i'm gonna give you a shot here giving us the wto go ahead i'm arnold schwarzenegger is planning to take big oil companies to court for knowingly killing people all over the world due to climate change they knew that the fossil fuels would kill people he says it's like the tobacco companies they knew and yet they went ahead we have arnold schwarzenegger and we do donald trump will be global warming and climate change happening because of fossil fuels it will be risky for people's lives they would kill people and they will get cancer and.
"twenty four twenty five year" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"The you know that seattle school than others have talked openly about wanting to build a seattle light defense through they just go the full ten yards hit say well let's really accelerate this thing by getting an actual member of that seahawks defense even though he's thirty and as you mentioned he's tried to get that achilles back right again yeah and and you know what trained johnson's 28 it's not like you know the easiest and twenty four twenty five year old he's he's been franchise tagged a couple of ties other ram so it's not he's not coming off his his rookie deal so you're not now dealing with spring chicken tear eddie's cornerback spots right so i think that in the case of sherman it's going to be w will he come back from that achilles tear as the same player because you also look at his style of play and i think this is worth noting that in the end it cover three you're looking for big strong cornerback sore normally tall you like the long arms and what they're looking forward to combine who play in that deep zone almost have safe use along the sideline so this is not you know your old school 510 shaw or cornerback whose extremely quick either more physical guys so if possible because the league as kind of evolved into these bigger corners why this is the first real go round that we have to see this maybe their careers do last a little bit longer because quickness is not the ultimate name of the game there it's obviously a huge part of it but but a lot of the cover three corner uh you know prototype is reliant upon size which i think ages a little bit better when you look at the to leave trade um iin on its there's there's cap ramifications in this and that but the guy has been your multiple probowl gone for a fifth round pick amine is at but it needs to mikey you know he directed where he wanted to play the for wade phillips are going to play for bella check what what what went on with that situation yeah i'm not sure just yet but just looking at it from the big picture from.
"twenty four twenty five year" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Almost bootstrap the parents who brought these young children to the united states at some point so that if and i believe that was overturned in court i i don't know what the acronym for that was awesome was called what dapa dapa deferred action for parents yes of new arrivals yes exactly an and they're trust me there will be an effort to bootstrap them in two this amnesty too even though it's a logical me for all these years we've heard well these are kids who did make the choice to come here illegally they arrived this kid so you know logically within why would we if we're going to do an amnesty it should be ford van not for the parents who did make the decision for them to come here in the average age of as i understand that these these kids who at one point were kids now is around twenty three twenty four twenty five years old 23 at one 23 the average age some of them actually read the us military as the president mentioned today it's is a small number yet there is okay um i would think that volunteering for the us military for someone who's a non citizens should be be an automatic path to citizenship i agree with you definitely all right jessica blunt thank you so much we're going to open up phone lines and and get reaction to what you had to say i know it's been a long day for you that is for sure uh it'll be interesting to see how this evolves in the next few days as it seems as if one crisis sort of overtakes and other we've had hurricane harvey now we have hurricane erma this new news problem uh that that that that sprang up last night a little bit of a a difference of opinion between the participants at this dinner in tonight we have career nahhas north korea firing off another longrange missile over over japan living in the pacific ocean so let's see where we go on this gotta get you back in studio at some point in the.
"twenty four twenty five year" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"One six one easy i can it mortgage talk and text one i still reserve that category for all jason useful at the top of that one to me i mean you were talking about murder here right i know we got off with come on he could make board you have a tiger woods is a guy who at the age of thirty two at one fourteen major's fourteen major's is now forty one so it nearly a decade removed from his last major win what i see him tiger woods is a guy who was dealing with a tremendous amount of pain follow me on this one a number one is the physical pain of four back surgeries year in a very short amount of time physical pain why is he taken these painkillers than medications because of the physical pain he indoors every day number two the pain of not being able to do what tiger is on this planet to do as a profession that play golf number three the pain of a broken marriage sure family dynamic is nowhere near the same as it was when tiger was in his early thirties and number four the pain of knowing the tiger will never be able to defeat the monster that he created in that is all of the twenty two twenty three twenty four twenty five year old golfers were winning weekin weekout on tour tiger will never be able to beat them ever put it altogether and you got a.