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Shady Grady

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About Shady Grady

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    E-3 Seaman

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  • Military Rank
    Sergeant of Marines--- E-5
  • Location
    Austin, Texas

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  • Service Connected Disability
  • Branch of Service
    United States Marine Corps

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  1. Is there a web browser that is known to work better for viewing this page? I usually view from chrome and I’m not having any issues but was wondering if you have any recommendations. Thanks.
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  3. What is Mr. Howard's background and what is the validity of the claims made on the episode on Thursday, September 20, 2018? I would like to learn more about what Mr. Howard was repeatedly asking the moderator by saying, "ya know" repeatedly during the podcast. I appreciate the time and effort that goes into this production but this episode seemed to expand on a lot of rhetoric that I think the listeners could benefit from knowing/learning based on the info passed. Maybe the show could have a format like other podcasts, shows, etc. For example - Intro, highlights, news, trending, take callers for topic-driven conversations to allow for discord that the listeners could take away from. Then the episode could have a recap w/the guest's info, bullets of topics discussed, links to trending news, topics. This show has so much potential and there is an audience that is listening. Please don't take my feedback in a negative manner. I'm appreciative of this site and all communications. I offer this as free speech and to expand on the forum that provides a platform for veterans to learn from each other. Thanks for your service and for providing the forum for likeminded veterans in need of much-needed help/info. Semper Fi!
  4. Thanks to the gentlemen that put together (ladies too if they're behind the scenes) the podcast. I enjoy listening and find myself talking to the laptop while the forum that is broadcasting tries to deceiver each others words. I hope the host gets past his cough and is not in any pain. I will say, tonight we heard a lot of feedback/background noise and it sounded like someone was opening and closing lots of cabinets. However, I know your time is valuable and wanted to say thanks for dedicating your spare time to helping us out here. Take care!
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