This week’s favor has been returned
We try on Returning The Favor to highlight a variety of ways to combat PTSD.
This weeks bloody go-gooder, for your consideration. He’s a big man
Doc served as a medic in the Army.
First episode of Season 3
It’s 100 degrees today in Coeur D Alene, Idaho, where I currently find myself. Six months ago, however, on Returning the Favor, it was snowing in upstate New York. Thus, I’m sweating my butt off, as I watch myself tramp through a snow covered field in this weeks episode. Care to join me? Mike’s Facebook Page
My Mom wrote this six years ago, after my Dad discovered their 90-year old neighbor was a war hero who fought at Iwo Jima. The story wound up in the Baltimore Sun. I’m posting it today because soon, all our WWII veterans will be gone, just like the man my mother honored six years ago. But also, because I know with certainty, that somewhere on this Memorial Day, someone over 90 years of age – someone who did something heroic at a time when our country was in dire need of heroes – is sitting alone with their memories. Memories Read More
Tomorrow is Veterans Day,
It’s always nice to work on a show that people like
So I’m in the airport, marveling at my ability to book yet another delayed flight
I’m very curious what you think of the argument about thanking ‘all’ Veterans during this holiday?
Hey Mike, I see that you are now publicly supporting the annual nightmare of San Francisco’s Fleet Week.
Say hi to Retired Staff Sargent Travis Mills, formerly of the 82nd Airborne, US Army. As you can see, Travis has undergone a few structural modifications, most visibly in the leg department. Likewise, his left arm is more machine than flesh, and though his right arm appears to be around my waist, it really isn’t. Like the rest of his limbs, it’s been missing in action for some time. I met Travis a few weeks ago in DC at The Science and Engineering Festival, and spent a half hour talking, mostly about Dirty Jobs. He wanted to tell me how Read More