40 Burst results for "Clarkson"

Fresh update on "clarkson" discussed on Tiki and Tierney

Tiki and Tierney

05:46 min | 12 hrs ago

Fresh update on "clarkson" discussed on Tiki and Tierney

"Without saying seriously, we know that, But even beyond that, lady, what do you mean? Explain? I'm telling you like, if you think about All the shows that you and I do, and all the other shows that people consume right here talking about LeBron you thought about? You know the A list Topics right? The Dak Prescott? Yes, the cowboy, okay? Hits. You don't lead a show of the Utah Jazz. You just don't And they've got the best record in the n B. A. And they by the way. One point there were 500 think they were foreign force. They only lost two games. I mean, they're on the run. That is unfathomably. Impressive. 22 of the last 24 they go. They were foreign for that now yet another 26 6. I guess it is. And they're incredibly well coach with the coach has been there from the seven years so the system and the orientation of that is isn't is ingrained in there and embedded in their minds and their basketball souls. You know, but it's Utah. And I love the state. I was there two years ago for the whole summer, man vs Bear. I love Beautiful Accorded 22 a half days Proud sprout. It's some lake, which was the highlight. First time Everyone fly fishing. I love the state of you. That was great. Treated me well, and my family. But again, you've got to work hard to appreciate the Jazz because it's not that it's not in your face. You know, we'll talk and bead will talk. Celtics will talk LeBron will talk about Luca, Don change, We'll talk about the Clippers. You gotta work to talk about the Utah Jazz, but they're the best team in the NBA. Yeah, they are. And I think what's interesting, too. And you know, because of the stance that I just was talking about with how the MBA has changed in superstars moving around when you look at, you know, both conferences, the East and the West. Right now, the two teams that are sitting up top the Philadelphia 76 years in the Eastern Conference in the Utah Jazz in the Western Conference. They're mostly built organically. Right. It's mostly we drafted this guy we had. We had an idea about him. We we brought in some, you know, Free agency. Some accent players. Tobias Harris being one Seth Curry being another for the Philadelphia 76 years. But this was Jolan beat have been Simmons part of the process right that they drafted. That's why they are where they are. And they've grown together. The Utah Jazz or exactly, you know the same way are they know Mike Conley? Well, Mike Conley is different. Yeah, but But Rudy is Donovan Mitchell. Time of the two best players on the team I got, you know, works we're talking about. You need two stars right to win a championship. You have a third. It's almost four gone. Yeah, we're gonna get there and who's the third best? Clark's? It'd probably common in this book. Yes, As I say, Conley take but both were from other teams. Clarkson played elsewhere. And so did my colleague. You're right. But the two biggest guys, the stars, the guys you that you wanted to build around like, you know, bringing Mike Conley and Jordan Clarkson because you know, you gotta You gotta think going here because we drafted well. Um, it feels like those two teams got it right in the draft, and some of the other teams have it. I mean, even even Toronto who was the non, you know, unconventional champion two seasons ago. Um it was a lucky because they traded for the right guy and lifted them above the above the threshold. They ultimately won a championship. But Brooklyn, Brooklyn's all ex pats, you know so to speak on that team. Um you know the clippers. Same thing, George. And you know what? The note that the Denver Nuggets organic tomorrow Mario and Joker? Yeah, but they're important here there, Nate. See right now, But I'm just saying what they did you see, last year I hear what you're saying. I hear what you're saying. But I think that's My point is, there's some hope that the old school way of building a champion could actually happen like it s so when you ask about, you know the parity in the league. The reason I and I'm enjoying it, especially this year because it's not like Hey, LeBron. Let's go. Let's go. Let's do this thing, Man. Let's go win a championship. It's like, All right, we're gonna We're gonna be smart about how we build and once we get to stars Um, you know, hopefully more, but at least two stars that we feel really good about, you know, Let's spend some money. Let's let's let's let's get Tobias Harris. Big deal. You know what I mean? Let's let's go get my calmly or Jordan Clarkson whoever be if you're Utah, and so there's it's parity, but it's like a different model than what we've seen over the last couple of years where it's all been, you know, super let superstar Laden teams now ultimately book and maybe the team that you know that gets there and the Lakers baby gets back. It'll be there. But right now it feels like Was changing back a little bit. It's kind of cool. The NBA Finals participants aren't preordained like they were like they happened in years past, right? No, I would agree with that. You could point Give me 10 seconds. If you could write it down right now, pick it up in a couple of months and those of the two finals teams who do you want who you want to see play for the championship. I want to see. I mean, it's after all that I just said I want to see Brooklyn take all the Lakers. Yeah. I want to see I want I want to see the Nets and I wouldn't mind seeing Philly. They're my consolation. The Nets, though I want to see the Nets against Utah, because I think if there's if there's if somebody's gonna beat the Nets, it's got to be a team. That's got great, impeccable chemistry. Yeah, and they just had that not to mention talent, and they do And they have a great defense Lakers are beating the Nets, even with Anthony. Dave did not beat the Mets. I don't think that you're probably right. But Utah has got a great defense executive David They're unbelievable. That really are all right. Good stuff. Let's get ax update coming up. So carry with a Pretty poignant Instagram post the other night, he was asked about it. Last night he doubled down taking. I'll hit that after Acts update, which is right now. See me, Yes. Sports flag on guys..

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Jill Biden gives Kelly Clarkson advice on her divorce

Colleen and Bradley

01:07 min | 1 d ago

Jill Biden gives Kelly Clarkson advice on her divorce

"Today, and they talk about Kelly's recent divorce. Sitting in the White House. Jill and Kelly discussed the divorce, and Jill said that without going through a divorce, she would have never met Joe and have the beautiful family that she sweet. Okay, can I just say, I mean, I know this is not critical. This is just I'm fascinated by just critical that you want to be nice about it. I know it's going to sound critical. I don't mean it to be critical. I think it's interesting that as the interviewer Kelly Clarkson. They end up talking about Kelly Clarkson's divorce. You know what I mean? Like he's a clever, clever strategy. Yes, yes. On the subject, do the interview because she Loves to talk about her divorce anyway. Come on. Yeah. The first lady also passed on downs. Passing words on the cast on that note passed down some words saying that my mother always said said to me, things are going to go. Always going to look better tomorrow. So she encouraged Kelly to take one day at a time and things will get better. It's kind of nice. Yeah, that is nice. It was good sound advice. Yeah. Tricia Yearwood. Garth Brooks were quarantining after being exposed to covert 19. And now it has been announced. Patricia has

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Fresh update on "clarkson" discussed on GSMC Basketball Podcast

GSMC Basketball Podcast

01:15 min | 13 hrs ago

Fresh update on "clarkson" discussed on GSMC Basketball Podcast

"Until they do it until they win the series until they make it to the finals. I can't have them be put into a spot that they haven't gotten yet. Will lebron come through and do what he did to those hawks. Let them be number one seed. Let them be quote. Unquote the favourite. But when we all know when his playoff time they're not the favorites they're fun. They're a good team to watch. I talked about the hornets. Being one of the My most fun to watch and league. The jazz are up there again. You make a lot of threes you dominate teams and flip a switch and all of a sudden u-turn a twelve point deficit into a thirty point. Win your fun to watch you a defensive player of the year on your team. The stifle tower. Give a human torch in jordan clarkson who comes off the bench and just lights it up. You're gonna be a lot of fun to watch for you. I like donovan mitchell. Lot mike conley a big fan of.

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Kelly Clarkson and Jill Biden bond over divorce: 'I think over time you heal,' says first lady

Z Morning Zoo

00:37 sec | 1 d ago

Kelly Clarkson and Jill Biden bond over divorce: 'I think over time you heal,' says first lady

"Well, if you've been watching the Kelly Clarkson show the new fun game to play is how long will it take in this episode before she mentions her divorce? She had first lady Jill bite and the doctor's me Dr Jill Biden on yesterday and Dr Joe is also familiar with divorce because she went through it herself. I want to tell you, Kelly. I mean, this is what I would say to you if I were your mother. You know, my mother always said to me things. They're gonna look better tomorrow. And if you could take one day at a time, things will get better. And, you know, I look back on it now, and I think if I hadn't gotten divorced, I never would have met Joe. I wouldn't have the beautiful family I have

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Fresh update on "clarkson" discussed on The Von Haessler Doctrine

The Von Haessler Doctrine

00:45 min | 17 hrs ago

Fresh update on "clarkson" discussed on The Von Haessler Doctrine

"You she married a Davy seal. I don't know. I just always saw her is I used to joke with her. She is wonderful person, and she is always like the most like American American like And I used to joke with her. When she does get married like that she would get married to a Navy seal and that every morning they would wake up and say the pledge of Allegiance and then go where your front yard and raise the funds. Three wonderful person. She's happy, though. I wasn't aware, so she's married and off in Vegas. Yeah, the city That's a strange place. She's right on. Actually, Harrison s still working for one of those big 24 hour news networks, too. Oh, really out of Vegas. Yeah. I don't know which one It was. But she started working as a big 24 hour news network here in Atlanta. I don't know what it was. But you know what? It is news. I didn't know they had. I didn't know they had a Vegas. We don't you somewhere? She still works for the one out of Atlanta. I don't know what Which one? That is so of course, but Newsmax. That's just fat guys on Skype, right? You know, we're gonna be a CPAC. Uh, I was, uh, I was on a panel. I decided to use that joke, which, by the way I got from Jared Yamamoto. He's the first person who told me that which I think is a little bit of a joke that's on the Internet or something. Jared Yamamoto. I'm because I can't believe Jared was that original himself. Gerald Yamamoto is my joke. What's your joke? Okay, so I took your joke, and it was during a pundit. It was during a panel thing. With Scott Slade and Erick Erickson. And I made that joke. Hey, wait a minute. I'm on Deuce, Master. Wait a minute. Wait, wait. Jared Yamamoto, I was just I was just using his stupid joke they produce you got you got the trouble. You've got me in trouble. My own people. All right, What do you say? We have so much great audio. Do we have Dr Jill Biden. With Who's the lady who won American Idol? Kelly Clarkson. Kelly Clarkson. Oh, her show is still on. She outlasted dude into but I wasn't don't like it. I didn't know I've never hated her. You're loaded for her to feel I met Did not refer her to fail. I met her once. And she was delightful. Little apple too. I remember it just like it was yesterday. Yeah, I'll bet you do. I just didn't think it would work. I just I was wrong. I was completely right about making Kelly show but I was completely wrong. Come on, Go ahead. Put your audio Okay, That's five. So the doctor Oh, now the music's playing all I could play this real quick. The moment finally happened that we've been talking about for weeks, Guys and Kelly Clarkson broke the story. This is major and cast champ, Huh? Come over and say hello to do I want to say hello. Oh, my goodness. It's not really okay once high. Single story like that during the Trump Administration place ever catching killer didn't have no dog, y'all. Eric Gagne has word It's very real. And I love the banter. Fine. The Von Hessler Doctrine podcast later today on the WSB radio APP, sponsored by reliable heating and air and reliable air dot com. Hey, it's smiling. Mark McKay and.

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Gobert, Clarkson lead Jazz to 114-89 rout of Lakers

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 2 d ago

Gobert, Clarkson lead Jazz to 114-89 rout of Lakers

"The Utah Jazz run the home win streak to fifteen games with a one fourteen eighty nine victory over the Los Angeles Lakers Rudy Gobert had eighteen points on eight of twelve shooting plus nine rebounds for the game which Utah took control of with a thirty nine point second quarter you know we know we can score no cancel anytime and you know it's a it's just a matter for us of being able to take a manageable almost stops move the ball and specially when you should treat when you when you have a team of sure does like we do and a pretty fast Jordan Clarkson also scored eighteen points with thirteen coming in that second period while Donovan Mitchell had a double double with thirteen points and ten rebounds lebron James scored nineteen points for the Lakers who dropped their fourth straight contest I'm Jim Bernard

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Fresh update on "clarkson" discussed on Donna and Steve

Donna and Steve

00:56 min | 18 hrs ago

Fresh update on "clarkson" discussed on Donna and Steve

"Tell me we did not lose Steve Patterson. I think maybe we go. This is the moment I've been waiting for. The whole show was to share a little piece of Trivia with him. I'm calling if you can, man. Yes, Steve. Call us right now. Okay. Maybe he can hear us. Maybe he can't. All right. Well, In the meantime, we'll get back to that because he has to be here for that, Um Other music news, Kelly Clarkson says that she is written approximately 60 songs. Since filing for divorce from Brandon Blackstock last June. She said, that's good. Oh, hey, Steve, what happened, buddy? Oh, you know, I stepped on something, and then all the power In this room just turned off. All right. Are you ready for your fun fact, then? Oh, yeah. Good. I didn't miss it. Okay? I was coming out of the who. The last thing I heard was the hoodie cover, which was just then you missed the cover that okay? It doesn't matter. You wouldn't know this song anyway. Okay, so Joseph Williams is the lead singer, current lead singer of Toto. We love that. That's a nice fact. You have a better one. Yes, Guess who His dad is. Joseph Williams is the current lead singer. Um Williams. Oh, Yelp, is it? John Williams is the composer John Williams. Yes. Well, that's great. So, um, here he is talking about having a dad who is a legendary composer. At the time that my mother passed away. My dad's career was just really taking off. That was like right at the same period of time, his jaws and star wars. You know, we're right there and we have all the kids were teenagers. It was just a really rough period of time. So everybody everybody was kind of holding each other together. But he's a remarkable guy, you know, with just a remarkable heart and incredible sense of discipline. You know, he's always been all three of his kid's best teacher. Well, interesting. Isn't that can I? How could we have not known that before? I'm sure people who are fans of total have known it. Wow. And I think he came in and right around 86. I think somebody else may have been the lead singer. Because I think Came out Africa came out like an 82. Yeah, I don't know. Total hasn't been on anybody's radar until that her of until the cover of Africa. I maintain one of the coolest things a bucket list thing, which, frankly, I'm not going to make happen. But I have friends who have gone. John Williams every year. Does a concert at the Hollywood Bowl one on what a cool venue in the Hollywood Hills and it's outdoor and it's fantastic. You bring your wine and your picnic baskets, and they have little seating cubicles and all that. But then he plays. His greatest hits John Williams. So you go through Star Wars You touch on home alone. You go through Indiana Jones. I mean, the amount of movies that he's done is really, really staggering. And so just imagine being in the hills of Hollywood under the stars, a bottle of vino and John Williams himself. Is on stage directing the orchestra. Mm. Come on, man, That is cool me want it? Am heart. Why can't you make that happen? You make it sound like it's something that can't be achieved Well. Okay. Thank you for pushing me to do right. Well, here's what I was thinking. It won't happen this summer. John Williams is in his mid eighties. I think I don't know how much longer he's planning on doing it, okay? Well, that's too bad. Too bad. It's soon and there's a pandemic you've heard. Mm Yeah, I know. Did see a headline in the Star Tribune. I don't know if it was today. Yesterday that said something about the state fair. What do they hazarding A guess at it. Here's here's my thought on the state fair, If you find that is that it will happen in an abbreviated form, probably even an abbreviated stretch of time. I think they're gonna have to if they want to do it total guess. You have to limit admission this year. Yeah, they say they are expected to return this year. That's the headline Minnesota State Fair manager is preparing for a return this summer after canceling last year due to covert. No final decisions have been made. Either way. Does it mention anything about Limiting attendance. No It just says there's a good chance. Okay, so I think we'll be back there in some way, shape or form. But I just don't think it'll be like normal. Some people are replying on Twitter like Yeah, unless no masks. No, thanks. How about masks and vaccines required with social distancing? Then someone else of master required. I won't be going. Oh, yeah. Listen, you know how you're gonna eat. You just need to put it like, Well, you comport down when you eat anywhere, right? You sit down in the restaurant and your masks can be off while you're seated at the restaurant. Um Heard Disney is doing a weird thing. They're kind of like the state fair, right in terms of how they manage attendants and stuff that if you want to eat there, my sister is there. You have to You have to be stationary. You cannot walk with any food. Oh, yeah. Be stationary. Eat your food or drink your drink mask up again and then walk. That makes sense. Yeah. Okay. All right. Well, that concludes the beat forward today. I thought that was decent. Except for the point where you fell off. That was my favorite three minute stretch. I really got some stuff to everybody else is to just get it. I get my best friend, okay? When we come back, Twitter announced something. It's called the super follow. After years of admitted non innovation on their platform on their CEO Jack Dorsey said as much What they have introduced now, which could be meaningful if you happen to have quite a few followers will explain the super follow that in some other techie things coming your way. Next on down and Steve on my talk Another lorry and Julia moment This song is from 1965 originally.

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Clarkson, streaking Jazz win showdown vs Simmons, 76ers

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | Last week

Clarkson, streaking Jazz win showdown vs Simmons, 76ers

"The Utah Jazz ran their win streak to eight games with a one thirty four one twenty three victory over the Philadelphia seventy Sixers Jordan Clarkson came off the bench to lead the jets and score with forty points while hitting eight three point field goals and that's what it is at the end of the day I'm just coming in doing what coaches tell me to do and what my teammates trust me to do and you know just take shots and try to make plays Donovan Mitchell scored twenty four points and Joe Ingles added twenty as the jazz now of one nineteen of the last twenty contests the seventy Sixers playing without leading scorer rebounder dwelling be due to back tightness got a career high twenty four points plus twelve assists and nine rebounds from Ben Simmons I'm Jim Bernard

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Fresh update on "clarkson" discussed on Jason and Alexis

Jason and Alexis

01:38 min | 20 hrs ago

Fresh update on "clarkson" discussed on Jason and Alexis

"They have all the fields. Yeah, they have. It sounds a lot like this right where you're just Yeah, It's very mellow. Yep. Yeah, it's it's not super Poppy. Any I mean, Yeah, All the songs are kind of melancholy, but it's beautiful. And just how we're feeling right? Yeah, and I never thought like I'd put bony there who I also love and who is kind of an acquired taste in the same room with Taylor Swift and they would make a record and it would be fantastic. And there you go. Yeah. Wow. Yeah, She has been really productive during pandemic, hasn't she? I think that's one of the cool things that's going to come out of this is you know, we're kind of a dearth of TV and movies because of production. Obviously. But the music and writing I think we're just gonna have, like all of this awesome creativity that we're going to see for, like the next five years. Yeah, for sure. And Kenny's girlfriend, Kelly Clarkson. No, She has just gone through a whole bunch of personal issues, Divorce and everything she says. She's written 60 songs. I believe that nothing creates better song writing than a sad divorce. Mm, That's what his girlfriend, huh? You know that? Come on. That's my next wife. OK, because I like her, too. She's pretty great. Yeah. Where does she find time to write 60 songs when she's doing a daily show every day? Well, and kids, I think they just burble up through the regret and the remorse. Yeah, but I mean, real Dolly. She just sits down and writes and done. Her guy, too. Was he? I mean, of course, she's Kelly Clarkson in everybody's American, sweetheart, So we have two dog on him, but Like he was kind of a creep. I thank Yeah, the stuff that's coming out. Yeah, he's he was her man and her dad was just me and her manager, and there's some financial stuff That's weird. And you still got a co parent with the guy? I don't know. Yeah, that whole thing and just being in business together to theirs, so intertwined. I always tell the lobster if you are going to leave me It's not going to be pretty like I'm not going to be one of those nice kind like a we're gonna be friends. I'm like Nope. It is going to be scorched earth. And it's mere you and the end of the day. That's still standing. Yeah, I know I feel the same way. Thank you, Alexis. Yeah, little stable. That's that's normal and stable and completely sane, a normal way of thinking you don't worry one bit about that. Sounding like the craziest thing I've ever heard. Don't worry about that. That's that's not what I think. You good. I can't find my family of divorced people. I know how you know it can get real dirty. But you know what? We're all at the age stuff. You're about my age and as his lobster and it's too late in life to worry about that crap. You know, divorce? Yeah. When it happens, though, Kenny, like the kids leave home, and people have stayed together for the kids. By the way, please don't. That's a bad idea. Yep, And then they're like staring at each other across the dinner table in a pandemic where you're in a house together for a year, and you got nothing to say. We still got things to say. We got a lot to say. Yeah, but then you're just like, why am I withdrew person? Life's too short? Yeah, looking at each other going. What do I do with you? We've been raising these Children and now it's us yet. And then you're out there and you're on may talked me into it you talking about and you're trying to find guys that still got it, and I owe a lot off the market quick and the hot older guy is and I'm just going to say it is usually ah lot more successful with the young chicks than a hot older lady, if you know what I'm saying. Oh, right, right. We got to go for the guys our age, and they're not interested because they're going for the Katharine McPhee's of the world. My God, David Foster 71 just had a baby boy. Papa. Okay. Are you the grandpa or the dad? Right, huh? I mean, like, Let's go Pretend this is normal. It's not. You're not so step of 40 year age difference and love is love. That's great. But why you gotta bring a kid into it? Well, can't I think about how long you'll be around? Yeah, exactly. And, like, seventies the news seventies, the new 50. No, it isn't Your still 70. What does that ratio end? Naked guys? Isn't the bride younger than a couple of his kids? Yes. Oh, yeah. My step. Mom is the same age as my husband. So I know what I speak of here. Friends and the lobsters, 10 years older than me. Hey, uh, at some point ages age, That's so true, Steph? Yes, I When do we stop saying that, like, get married. That's fine. 80 is the new 50. When do we stop saying that is 80 the line. Like 50 is the new 30. Okay, 60, is that the new 40? Okay? 70 the new 50. I don't know. I don't know. Unless someone's got the fountain. I used pill or the picture of Dorian Gray, and they've traded themselves for eternal youth. Yeah. What age is that? Some things Just don't work at, you know a certain age, So feel that at 40. Yeah, well, how did David Foster at 71? Get a kid. Well, Do you ever wonder about these things? You know, He has a stunt double. He hired somebody. Okay, They're still working. He saved some of it. Yeah. Bank or turkey baster up or Mm. And,.

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Gobert, Jazz beat Bucks 129-115 for 6th straight win

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 2 weeks ago

Gobert, Jazz beat Bucks 129-115 for 6th straight win

"The Utah Jazz continued their torrid win pace with a one twenty nine one fifteen victory over the Milwaukee Bucks really go bear had a double double with twenty seven points and twelve rebounds as the jazz won for the seventeenth time in the last eighteen games we will put it out to be to be able to be in a position where we are in right now and you know it's it's exciting and we got a you know always keep trying to find ways to get better and on and on sametime you know and enjoy every single moment Joe Ingles scored twenty seven points for Utah shooting seven for nine from three point range while Donovan Mitchell had twenty six points and Jordan Clarkson came off the bench to score twenty five for the jazz Yanis added a combo topped the box with twenty nine points and fifteen rebounds I'm Jim Bernard

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New York MTA Bus Driver Spit On, Hit In Head With Piece Of Wood

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:25 sec | 2 weeks ago

New York MTA Bus Driver Spit On, Hit In Head With Piece Of Wood

"Absolute looking for the man who attacked a bus driver on Clarkson Avenue in Brooklyn yesterday. They say this person spit on the driver before getting off the bus. The driver followed the man off the bus. They got into an argument. Then this man picked up a piece of wood and smashed it down on the bus driver's head, knocking him unconscious. The 57 year old drivers and stable condition at Kings County will have AH surveillance photo of the suspect up. 10. 10 wins dot

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Clarkson's 23 points power Jazz past slumping Hawks, 112-91

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 3 weeks ago

Clarkson's 23 points power Jazz past slumping Hawks, 112-91

"The jazz beat the hawks for the second time in three weeks is Jordan Clarkson sank five three pointers while scoring twenty three points in Utah's thirteenth win in its last fourteen games one twelve ninety one boy and Bogdanovich had twenty one points and Donovan Mitchell added eighteen for the jazz who improved to an NBA leading seventeen and five the hawks scored a season low for points in a half getting just thirty seven on thirty percent shooting in the first half the hawks played without starters Trae young deandre hunter due to injuries John Collins let it when it was seventeen points I'm Dave Ferrie

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Producer and convicted murderer Phil Spector dies

Morning Becomes Eclectic

00:26 sec | Last month

Producer and convicted murderer Phil Spector dies

"World is weighing in on the news of Phil Spector's death. The rock and roll producer and convicted murderer died of covert 19 over the weekend. He was 81. He was serving a 19 years to life sentence for murdering actress Lana Clarkson at his mansion, Alhambra in 2003. Specter was a hugely influential music producer in the 19 sixties, working with artists ranging from the Beach Boys and the Beatles. The righteous brothers.

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Ronnie Spector reacts to ex-husband Phil Spector's death: 'A brilliant producer, but a lousy husband'

Wayne Cabot

01:08 min | Last month

Ronnie Spector reacts to ex-husband Phil Spector's death: 'A brilliant producer, but a lousy husband'

"Road You've lost that loving feeling be my baby. Phil Specter was to quote his ex wife, Ronnie Specter of brilliant producer But a lousy husband. Contacted by Rolling Stone after his death yesterday, she said. Unfortunately, Phil was not able to live and function outside the recording studio. In her memoir, she wrote that he was an abusive husband and had a coffin in the basement of their mansion. A threat that he would kill her. If she ever left him in 1972. She did escape, fills mentioned barefoot with the help of her mother. Inspector went on to prison about 20 years ago for killing an actress. Lot of Clarkson Prison is where he died. Phil Specter was 81. His music genius, though, will live on, says Anthony DeCurtis. Came in when the Beatles couldn't work together on let it be. He put that album together and essentially assembled the song The long and Winding Road, which is a massive hit. The Let it Be album was a massive hit, He produced John Lennon's first solo album, Plastic Ono Band he produced. Imagine Still one of the most beloved songs of all time. Anthony to Curtis Rolling Stone magazine about Phil Specter. We mentioned

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Ronnie Spector reacts to ex-husband Phil Spector's death: 'A brilliant producer, but a lousy husband'

Wayne Cabot

01:14 min | Last month

Ronnie Spector reacts to ex-husband Phil Spector's death: 'A brilliant producer, but a lousy husband'

"And and winding winding road. road. You've You've lost lost that that loving loving feeling feeling be be my my baby. baby. Phil Phil Specter Specter was was to to quote quote his his ex ex wife, wife, Ronnie Ronnie Specter Specter of of brilliant brilliant producer producer But a lousy husband. Contacted by Rolling Stone after his death his weekend, she said. Unfortunately, Phil was not able to live in function. Outside the recording studio. In her memoir, she wrote that he was an abusive husband and had a coffin in the basement of their mansion threat that he would kill her if she ever left him. 1972 she did escape fills mention barefoot with the help of her mother. Phil Specter went to prison about 20 years ago for killing an actress Lana Clarkson in prison is where he died. Phil Specter was 81. His music genius will live on, says Anthony DeCurtis. Came in when the Beatles couldn't work together on let it be. He put that album together and essentially assembled the song The long and Winding Road, which is a massive hit. The Let it Be album was a massive hit, He produced John Lennon's first solo album, Plastic Ono Band he produced. Imagine Still one of the most beloved songs of all time. Anthony DeCurtis, Rolling Stone magazine on the death of Phil Specter.

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Clarkson helps Jazz to 5th straight, beat Nuggets 109-105

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | Last month

Clarkson helps Jazz to 5th straight, beat Nuggets 109-105

"Your draw held off a late Denver surge to defeat the nuggets one oh nine one oh five good for its fifth straight win six jazz scored in double digits among them Mike Conley with fourteen some games the energy is low and it's tough to tough to grab grab it and find it and what this is one of those nice we just you know figured out along the way the northwest division leaders were up by eight with two twenty five left a Jamal Murray three pointer made it one oh seven one oh five with seven point six seconds to go but Rudy go bears sealed the game with a last second dunk the coli Oakridge topped all scorers with thirty five but it came in a loss to a Utah team that is now seven into on the road Bruce Morton Denver

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Grammy-winning music producer Phil Spector dies of natural causes

News, Traffic and Weather

00:49 sec | Last month

Grammy-winning music producer Phil Spector dies of natural causes

"The way popular music is made. California State prison officials say eccentric producer Phil Specter died in the hospital of Natural Causes. At the age of 81. ABC is Kristopher Watson. With Phil Spector's story, one of the most influential producers in pop music history. Phil Spector's unmistakable wall of sound studio mastery revolutionized recording. Produced hits for the Righteous Brothers, the run at Psych and Tina Turner and more in the sixties that it be 70 saw Specter working with John Lennon and George Harrison of the Beatles After producing the band's final studio album, Let it be Dropping Out of sight For decades, Specter resurfaced in 2003 accused and then convicted after two trials of murdering actress Lana Clarkson and sentenced to 19 years to life in prison in California. Kristopher Watson ABC News This is

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Phil Spector, music producer and murderer, dies at 81

KCBS Radio Weekend News

04:03 min | Last month

Phil Spector, music producer and murderer, dies at 81

"Phil Specter of the revolutionary music producer who was convicted of murder, has died at 81 years old Spector's known for collaborating on hits like the Ronettes, Be My Baby and the Righteous Brothers. You've lost that loving feeling. Fatally shot actress and nightclub hostess Lana Clarkson in 2003 at his Alhambra mansion, joining us with more on the case. CBS RING Central News. Linus Michael would pop music reporter at the Los Angeles Times. Good evening, Michael. Hey, uh, give us some more details about who Specter was. I think he started his own band, and then he was off and running. I'm inspector was one of the instrumental figures in how we think about pop music in the 19 sixties and beyond, had his first number one hit when he was still a teenager. With a band called The Teddy Bears called to know which way the story goes, was named after the phrase on his father's gravestone, which, I think tells you a lot about the inspectors. Sensibility Here was a guy who, you know, wanted pop music to sound Vag Neary in which was his word, referencing the through great opera composer. This the highest possible drama. A super romantic but also kind of McCobb in the intensity of its feeling. Goes on in the sixties to produce for the run. That's I mean, some of the just the biggest hit songs that we know you know, be my baby and Unchained melody and then later with the Beatles, a long and winding road Um, definitely an instrumental figure in pop music who then later in his life is a murderer, which is just like incredible that this was this life. But this guy had well it was the wall of sound. World sound was his word for an approach, where he corralled some of Ella's greatest session musicians into a studio often Gold star in L. A. And had people make this sound that was bigger than anything you've ever heard. So numerous guitar players, numerous drummers, strings, you know, glockenspiel. Horns trying to make this sound That was just a good bowl you over with the intensity of its emotion. I interviewed market Ramon some years back when he was out with a new book in which he talks about working with Phil Specter, and he said that no one held them at the Ramones at gunpoint, which had been reported, But there were guns around and it was like a scary situation. Yeah. I mean, I think if you look back at the history if you read the words of people who worked with him or who are married to him in the case of run expected from the Ronettes, this was a bully, a classic paranoid, manic fully, who was an abusive personality who manipulated the people that he worked with. In his mind, You know, whatever to speculate in his mind. I'm sure he was doing it to get the results that he wanted, but it's really difficult to find testimonials from people he worked with that enjoyed the experience. So in history, he will be looked on as what a brilliant music producer and a murderer will one overshadow the other. It's a great question. It's been fascinating today to see the coverage come out. And sort of, you know, he came of age in a time when the sort of idea of the artistic genius who was nonetheless quote unquote eccentric or something could get away with stuff. Well, culture has changed. Society has changed. I don't know that people going forward are going to be willing to remember Phil Specter as a genius. Who happened to be a little bit weird. I think he might be looked upon as a murderer who early in his life made some incredible music. Michael. Thank you so much for spending some time with us this evening. Happy to do it that is Michael would pop music reporter at the Los Angeles Times.

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Phil Spector, music producer and murderer, dies at 81

BBC Newshour

00:33 sec | Last month

Phil Spector, music producer and murderer, dies at 81

"Convicted murderer with a long history of physically and mentally abusing his partners and colleagues, a man who transformed the sound of popular music rarely if ever, in the contrast between the person and the artist had been more pronounced than in the case of Phil Specter, the American producer who's died at the age of 81. His death was confirmed not by family friends or a publicist, but by the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation. That's because the man who invented the wall of sound died inside the walls of a prison where he was serving his sentence for shooting dead the actress Lana Clarkson shortly after meeting her in

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Phil Spector, famed music producer and murderer, dies at 81

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | Last month

Phil Spector, famed music producer and murderer, dies at 81

"Music producer Phil Spector has died of natural causes in a California prison where he was serving nineteen years to life for murder he was eighty one I marches are a letter with a look at his career Phil Spector was considered a music visionary for his wall of sound approach to pop songs like be My Baby he's a rebel and you've lost that Lovin Feelin it was characterized by overdubs of string instruments vocals and sound effects what he called little symphonies for the kids his eccentric behavior earned him the reputation as a mad genius but it grew more erratic his marriage to Ronnie Bennett to the Ronettes ended in divorce as she claimed he imprisoned her in their home specter was convicted of murdering actor Lana Clarkson at his home outside Los Angeles in two thousand three

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Jailed 'Wall of Sound' Producer Dies in Prison

KNX Programming

00:53 sec | Last month

Jailed 'Wall of Sound' Producer Dies in Prison

"Specter has died. He transformed rock music in the sixties with the wall of sound method that used overdubs screen big and massive arrangements for some of the areas. Top acts, including Tina Turner also created some of the biggest hits of the rock'n'roll air, including Be My Baby for the roll mats and you've lost that loving feeling for the righteous Brothers will also be remembered for a darker aspect of his life. He was charged with murder in the death of actress Lana Clarkson at a Saint Gabriel Valley home. Yes, Spector's high profile legal team's claimed the woman committed suicide in his home, the first trial and In a deadlocked jury in 2007, a second trial found him guilty. He'd spend the rest of his life in prison is never Rodriguez reporting. Phil Specter was 81 years old. One person was found

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A Look Back at Phil Spector's Storied Past

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | Last month

A Look Back at Phil Spector's Storied Past

"Music producer Phil Spector has died of natural causes in a California prison where he was serving nineteen years to life for murder he was eighty one I marches are a letter with a look at his career Phil Spector was considered a music visionary for his wall of sound approach to pop songs like be My Baby he's a rebel and you've lost that Lovin Feelin it was characterized by overdubs of string instruments vocals and sound effects what he called little symphonies for the kids his eccentric behavior earned him the reputation as a mad genius but it grew more erratic his marriage to Ronnie Bennett to the Ronettes ended in divorce as she claimed he imprisoned her in their home specter was convicted of murdering actor Lana Clarkson at his home outside Los Angeles in two thousand three

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Grammy-winning music producer Phil Spector dies of natural causes

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00:14 sec | Last month

Grammy-winning music producer Phil Spector dies of natural causes

"Came to prominence for his production technique dubbed the Wall of Sound. He was serving a 19 years to life prison sentence in California for the shooting death of actress Lana Clarkson. State Department of Corrections said the 80 year old died of natural causes You're listening to ABC News.

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"clarkson" Discussed on Clarkson Ignite Podcast

Clarkson Ignite Podcast

02:33 min | 4 months ago

"clarkson" Discussed on Clarkson Ignite Podcast

"Are there any new effective training exercises that you've used that You might share with other clubs that have been affected during this pandemic so usually our club In regards to like equipment training because a lot of what we do is sound in leading stuff out events so a lot of that is having in person. Trainings hands on showing them how to use the equipment because of because of the phases we've have. We've weren't able to do that right when we came back. And i think that really hurt us because usually like to get those interested recruits hands on with the equipment prior to prior to them like joining cub and going to meetings and stuff. Just so they're like. Oh this is cool. They have all this fun stuff We were able to do one training. That i think the new members did attend and honestly just like having that one on one Interaction with them training getting to know each other as people. It just shows that we're friendly we're open to you joining us and that's that's kind of what we've been doing with our few few new members that we do have that's awesome. It's just such a hard time with all of it. But i mean i've been to a few of the events that covers been hosting you guys did the The haunted walk thing right that that was really cool. I thought those awesome. Yeah i think we had over resolute checked in over three hundred people at that event which is really cool because that was really the first event this semester that we could do a large scale setup with our sound and lighting equipment and that was good as well for our younger newer members who haven't had much experience because of covid with that equipment so just getting them used to using. That stuff was a really good experience for us. Yeah i thought it was a really cool event. I definitely guess you do in the future I think that's all the questions that i had a good If there's anything else you want to say let people know how they can reach out to you guys and join can do that. Yes so if you're at all interested in running sounding leading equipment Of an event planning working for leadership. Experience clarkson. Union board is definitely a club that you can look to join You can always email us at cub at clarkson dot edu and follow us at clarkson you board on instagram for event updates. Thanks for joining. No problem thank you for having again. I'm rob and analysts. We'll see next semester..

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"clarkson" Discussed on Clarkson Ignite Podcast

Clarkson Ignite Podcast

02:44 min | 4 months ago

"clarkson" Discussed on Clarkson Ignite Podcast

"Join the nightlife page will get a notification and we'll send you an email with updates and beating time just stuff like that so you can turn those via zoom awesome cool. Thank you rocco. We are currently speaking with greg from cub Just tell us a little bit about how the covid nineteen protocols. Affected your club. What you've been doing yes. So as part of the clerks in union board we we are in charge of really a lot of the on campus event planning So as you can imagine in the during pandemic it's really hard to plan in person events especially with clarkson's reopening with phases So that really has taken a hit on us this semester And we've had to come up with other ways to still hold events well following those restrictions that have been put into place Particularly we've been doing a lot of online event so this semester virtual bingos have actually been a really big part of what we've done I think we've had five or six so far. We have one more semester and the those have been averaging between one hundred and fifty and three hundred people in attendance which is which is really good Especially for the semester. Halloween on is quite the head over over three hundred people at that one and it was actually causing lag on the server because we had so many people. Yeah it was good press. So what like creative things. Like other than bingo. Have you guys done to try. And like get students more involved and like make sure that you're still being able to host your events yes so One of the big things that i think has helped not just with bingo. But in general is prizes Incentivizing people to come to our events because in the past we've been more focused on bringing comedians musicians things like that to campus and those have been okay But when you put prizes in the mix it definitely makes them more likely to come to your events like we did a scavenger hunt this semester once the phases progressed along and we were able to do something in person that was a smaller event that we offer it as a first year cup event with resolute chief And through that the first three teams that had the fastest times finding things around campus. They ended up winning prizes. So that was really fun Yeah after saying that that like your focus was more comedians musicians. Do you think that after the pandemic that maybe you're going to focus more on like prizes and more competitions than comedians and artists..

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"clarkson" Discussed on Clarkson Ignite Podcast

Clarkson Ignite Podcast

05:53 min | 4 months ago

"clarkson" Discussed on Clarkson Ignite Podcast

"Yeah i think that's been like a really big struggle for a lot of clubs this semester is scheduling with the clubs that i'm in including colleges against cancer. It's like trying to find a time that works for everyone when classes don't end until like nine thirty pm these days it's impossible. I've seen it with other clubs on the part of That's definitely the biggest challenge is finding that common time that everyone is available as definitely make things pretty difficult. Yeah it's crazy. I'm hoping that maybe we'll get back to a slightly more normal schedule next semester. But yeah i truthfully. In my humble opinion believe this is the new normal for the way things are going to go. I think it's just up to us as leaders and individuals to work around that and make it work for everyone else awesome So what do you guys think that you might be doing for relay for life this year so that that is a tough question but i believe in some capacity it will happen. She was not in the typical format. You would imagine from us in the past so for example last year it got cancelled But there was an online platform for people to participate in. And i believe that may be something that will happen again. This year We are always in high hopes to see the event Go back to normal if you will but In some capacity it will happen and say it did turn around where we could have it in person. All of our planning preparation from last year has kind of already gotten us in a good position for that awesome. That's really good You know it's super important especially right now to be fundraising for a cause such as the american cancer society and making sure that People who are suffering from cancer is still getting the help that they need so absolutely All right so if you wanna just tell people how they could get in contact with you if they would like to join the club And i know that there is a name change happening for colleges against cancer so maybe just put that out there as well yeah The biggest thing is our name change From the american consumer cancer society who we are affiliated through They are asking all the clubs to kind of have a unified name change and we are now being known as the american cancer society on campus. it's still in the works we're probably going to have a big announcement coming out And hopes that we can gain some more people to But yes if you were looking out for us. That is the name that will be under We are also working on changing our email but for the time being our email is see you see a sea at clarkson dot edu You can reach out to that Are ebor has access to that. So if not myself other members will get back to you And also if you want to reach me you could always email me I'm pretty active on my email. So if you had any other questions it would be be a b. J. at clarkson dot edu And i'd be more than happy to discuss anything awesome. Well thank you for talking to us today that the club is still happening and making some strides to fundraise absolute it. It's been a great experience. So far i definitely can't say i've been discouraged at all. Funny thing this whole covert situation has made me want to change the club for the better..

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"clarkson" Discussed on Clarkson Ignite Podcast

Clarkson Ignite Podcast

02:40 min | 4 months ago

"clarkson" Discussed on Clarkson Ignite Podcast

"We figured it was something that would be easy for people to do on their own time and also it was covid friendly if you will You didn't need to be with groups of people you could do it wherever whenever so. That was really cool I was very impressed with the turn out from the especially with putting together in the short time that we had I i think it was complete success And truthfully i think myself in the rest of the club agrees that we could do this in the future. So that was another win We also participated in clarkson's fair which was a couple of weeks ago We kinda did that more. As like a recruitment event In hopes to gain more members for coming years The weather cut. It didn't help us. But i was still impressed. Because we held a a Ah pumpkin carving table and despite the bad weather conditions a lot of people showed up and we ended up at the end of getting rid of actually all the pumpkins so it was very awesome. That's good i think. The virtual five ks a nice way to get people active and moving and also still like fundraising for a great cause. Absolutely yeah you mentioned recruitment earlier. Have you seen any challenges recruiting with like the younger freshman class due to the covid. Nineteen th might not know about the clubs. I think it's it's always been challenge. kovic has definitely made it a lot harder. Just because it's hard for us to actually go out in person and approach them through online means it's very easy for individuals to be like. Oh i'll just ignore that. Why didn't see that. But when you're in person you're kind of face to face and it's hard for people to to not receive the message so that's definitely the biggest challenge right now with covid I can't say it's turned off the best the semester but it is definitely something that we have worked on and it has gotten a lot better as a club Defiantly some room for but given the circumstances again. I believe we've done very well this semester. Especially seen emails come in from freshman specifically saying that they're interested in the club Given what's happening around us right now. I'm pretty impressed. So that's good because everything's a little hectic at the moment so yeah and specially to see people work around their schedules and with it. Being hectic is really cool to me..

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"clarkson" Discussed on Clarkson Ignite Podcast

Clarkson Ignite Podcast

05:23 min | 4 months ago

"clarkson" Discussed on Clarkson Ignite Podcast

"Our mission is to shape this podcast to the night slogan which is think making night we hope to connect individuals across clarkson's diverse community. And give you interesting unique contact. Our hope is is that you can walk away from episodes learning something new invaluable for this week's episode. We spoke with five different clubs on campus to understand how covid nineteen has affected them. We were able to speak to club. Soccer doctorswithoutborders colleges against cancer formula. Sae and cub. They were able to inform us on how they've been meeting this semester. What some of their plans are moving forward and some other really great information. This will be our last episode of the semester. So we're wishing everyone good luck on their finals. It was awesome to have all these clubs on today. We hope you enjoyed it as much as we did. All right we are currently with catherine..

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"clarkson" Discussed on Clarkson Ignite Podcast

Clarkson Ignite Podcast

02:08 min | 5 months ago

"clarkson" Discussed on Clarkson Ignite Podcast

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"clarkson" Discussed on Clarkson Ignite Podcast

Clarkson Ignite Podcast

04:56 min | 5 months ago

"clarkson" Discussed on Clarkson Ignite Podcast

"And and and each of those little groups of people that were all hanging out in their garage banging away at some sort of idea whether it's drums which is banging away at an idea or Some circuit boards a different kind of an idea. What covid has done is for better or worse. It has forced us to retreat into our space and part of what that does is it. Takes away some of the activities that we use to fill our mental space so now we have space so initially people are outside of their comfort zone. They're saying all right all of the things that i'm used to and all of the ways that i plan my day. They've been taken away from me. And now i sort of feel like. I'm a fish out of water so it takes a little while to adapt terrain. Just like you guys took a little while to adapt to clarkson life right half freshman year least on the other end of that adaptation. We still have the space mental space that we need to fill. We can fill that by diving into net flicks and certainly a lot of people are and will continue to do that but we can also fill that by engaging with ideas that are popping up. And that's those those kids in the seventies and eighties and nineties in silicon valley that we're going into their garage and banging away in india. Some people right now are starting to engage with those ideas that are popping into their head and so over the next six months to a year. We're going to start. Seeing the result of that new ideas created by people who wouldn't otherwise have the mental space to engage with those ideas but they're choosing to now because they've got nothing else to do with that space in their head their activities have been taken away their social has been taken away right now. why not. Why not engage with that idea. I think a really interesting perspective..

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"clarkson" Discussed on Clarkson Ignite Podcast

Clarkson Ignite Podcast

04:16 min | 5 months ago

"clarkson" Discussed on Clarkson Ignite Podcast

"And that's great. You start out with a plan and you start executing and You know you you get a little bit a little ways down that road and then you find out that you wanna do something different. That's awesome. i mean there's nothing wrong with that at all in my case. That's not the way it turned out. But that doesn't mean that that's a good thing or a bad thing. It's just the way it worked out. Nice i think that's really cool that a plan you came within your seventeen years old. You actually stuck to 'cause. I know when i was seventeen. I did not know what i wanted to do. I can't. I can honestly tell you from where i am today that i didn't know anything when i was seventeen turned out to be a good plan but truly dumb luck. So what advice would you give to a student. That's looking to start a company of their own right now. I just get started and move forward. Don't worry about succeeding or failing. The there is nothing you can do better than just get started. Move forward really. I mean that's that's the gold standard. Honestly if you happen to succeed afterwards. Just like my plan. When i was seventeen. If you happen to succeed that's great. But just like i said about my plan. It was dumb luck number one get started number to work with really great mentors For better or worse. I had to sort of make it make it all up on my way an i've turned into A fairly decent success story. I would say despite the fact that i had no help. Not because of it. I think that good help is is way undervalued. And that's why i'm so excited about what you guys are doing with Your startup community. You know you're you're creating the opportunity for people to get good health so start move forward. Don't worry about stumbling on your face. Get good help and trust that the good health that you get you know mentors teachers who are paying attention and care about your success. You know the clarkson community I actually still am in touch with the the instructor of the The clarkson consulting company class that. I took when i was a senior crazy show. Yeah so make whatever deep connections you can along the way and those are going to be people that that you serve and that serve u As a result of that relationship in that connection that you have So you don't worry so much about having a great idea if you have a great idea tried to execute it but don't worry about that just just get started Awesome trusting. I want to speak from my personal experience. I have a friend who goes to clarkson. He did something similar to that and he advised me to do the same with An instagram page. And he started this. I think probably a little over a year ago. And it's all about engineering. He's he loves engineering and like the whole field every you know every discipline and so he posts cool facts about engineering fields everything And it was a slow growth. And i think his mom was telling him just to keep starting or something and then you fast forward. You know little over a year now. He has almost one hundred ten thousand followers and he's able to have ads and all these things in the whole thing that he told me he learned from. It was exactly what you just said which is started. Keep moving forward towards it. You can build something you just have to start it. Yeah yeah and like you said it's clarkson is a great place to start things like this because there's so many opportunities to get help there like like the shipley centers there to help you..

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"clarkson" Discussed on Clarkson Ignite Podcast

Clarkson Ignite Podcast

04:19 min | 5 months ago

"clarkson" Discussed on Clarkson Ignite Podcast

"I don't have to wonder what i'm gonna do with that time. The time doesn't just sorta slip away and get lost. So i filled my time off with activities and that worked really well for me. It created a created a structure. That i could work inside of. Yeah that's so interesting because that's kind of been my experience as well so mike my freshman year. It was a lot of free time. And i wasn't used to that. And then as time went on. Now since junior i've found a lot of activities to grab onto like you said soccer. I know him the treasure for the club. Soccer team ads on more responsibility. And more things in my free time. And it's made my whole experience a lot better and now with ignite now i have extra things not to worry about but to occupy my time so i think that's the best part about college. You can pick up a ton of things and somehow fit them all onto your day. Yeah and clarkson and a lot of clubs and activities that you can be part of a lot more than what i've experienced in the normal traditional high school where it's spanish club key club. But now there's lumps for all different types of you know the engineering fields and and dragons and frizzy so many different things you can do so i. I also played tabletop role. Play games. That june awesome chatter on was my game. Okay so you have to do something to something. Can you tell us a little bit about what you do now. And how all these like. The things like structure and all of that you learn to clarkson. Help play into your success in your career exciting. No seriously i'm not saying it's really exciting. So i'm now a consultant to really big really powerful brands on my. My favorite client is the pokemon company speaking of gaming. They're not my only client but but they're a huge really powerful brand and there are some really cool things about them that sort of tie into this conversation. I'm gonna take a little aside and talk about that. The pokemon company believes that their strength in the market is how deeply focused. They are on a very narrow approach to the market. It's very much like the apple company. They think that every there's lots of things that have to happen in order for a business to be successful but they think that they should stay really really focused inside their brand and executing their brand really really really well and everything that has to happen but but isn't focused inside the brand they outsource it and it's so cool to see them.

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Clarkson Ignite Podcast

03:50 min | 5 months ago

"clarkson" Discussed on Clarkson Ignite Podcast

"Coming to you from zoom this week or mission is to shape this podcast to the ignites slogan which is think make ignite hope to connect individuals across clarkson's diverse community. And give you interesting and unique content. Our hope is that you can walk away from our episodes learning something new and valuable something that will truly inspired you. For this week's episode we spoke with lucas route. Lucas is a former clarkson student who currently works as a consultant for many large companies including poke amman lucas. On this week talk about launching started as a student and how future startups might be affected in. Light of covid was great to have lucas on. And i know i definitely learned a lot as i hope you will. Hi lucas. I'm analysts. i'm sam. I sam very.

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Clarkson Ignite Podcast

07:33 min | 5 months ago

"clarkson" Discussed on Clarkson Ignite Podcast

"Coming to the greenhouse as time goes on as far as like exterior. Yeah like you mentioned before so a couple of things. The original design had a b window. Which is right to the left of the mud room. We have yet to have somebody to actually design that be window so hopefully that will be an addition I do think i. I don't think any like exterior like building additions. But i think the additions will come more on the interior. It will take us a while to build a growing systems and figure out what growing systems work. And so i think on the use of the greenhouse several be lots of opportunities for that one thing that was talked about in the spring. Two thousand nine hundred group that was tabled for awhile was a water collection system for the roof And there there is some feasibility for that. There is a decent amount of surface area on that roof to collect water. At least for you know a few months of the year. I don't think it'll be enough at any point but It could get us close So that that's something that may or may not get looked at in the future awesome. I like hearing about this greenhouse project. Really cool because when you think of the greenhouse you're like oh yeah it's just like warmer growth and plans but it's nice to hear that there are so many different aspects to this serving of like a b window water collection and like reusing materials. Like all of that is really cool to me. That and also the fact that a group of students came together to help build this and it was like overtime That's just really awesome. So i think that's all i had for question sam. Do you have any other questions you'd like to ask. I don't know i do have one more. When do you think the construction is going to be done. So that's kind of tough question you know when we're working with students who obviously have full schedules. Things can sometimes get delayed. We've been moving along pretty well and i would like to give army. Rotc a lot of credit. They have been extremely helpful with volunteering. They did so last semester in the spring and before we got shut down for covid and they've they've already helped us the semester and continue to do so would dare help if we can continue to get volunteers. And i'll emphasize this to anyone if anyone wants to volunteer for the greenhouse as long as they're approved to be on campus. Now that we're in stage two allows us some flexibility. You know it's really gonna come down to how many volunteers we have and what we have for labor but the goal is that we can have a greenhouse that can begin operations for spring semester. That's that's been my goal since the summer and right now we are on track to make that happen so long as we keep moving forward. Awesome and say so. This is back to the you know the student educational experience and the actual construction experience. I had my my senior capstone design class this morning. And they're presenting their proposals or what they would do this semester and their timelines at the. Nsa wait a minute and others and other design of the electrical system would be done in on the last day of the semester. I said no. We're going have some of those decisions made earlier and so now it's time to work with the construction crew to make sure that the design team is not holding the construction and to to figure out the sort of critical decisions that are needed earlier. Maybe they'll the whole thing isn't going to be done. They're designed the semester. But i sort of said okay. It's time to think a little bit more about the the in some cases you know engineering design. You gotta make decisions before you really want to make the just in time decisions and to to not hold up. Something like construction. Yeah i had one other point. I'd like to make and that's the users the greenhouse right what's going to happen with this greenhouse when all the construction is done we have a lot of really enthusiastic student could so The garden club. Who also has the vegetable garden right beside the greenhouse expect to both grow like seedlings to put in the garden but also maybe grow lettuce year round right into to have some vegetables crops whether for their own consumption or to share with others throughout the village to the garden club is really excited. Engineers for international sustainability has done. Some aqua panics experiments and efforts in the past so that's like having a fish tank and the dirty water in the fish tank rather than just going through a filter it gets used as fertilizer for plants and then the clean water goes back So they're interested in using it and then there are a couple of professors in the biology department who do experiments with plants and their actual experiments might happen in their labs but if they can have a staging area and grow plants and you get them ready in the greenhouse and then they don't have to buy plants is saw they'll be able to get them going and perhaps also you know we're botany classic. And actually they could do experiments with office so it's intended to have multiple users. We still have to work on sort of the user cohabitation sort of Arrangements to make sure that everybody gets to use it in a way. That doesn't interfere with other people's needs so that'll be interesting lesson. And i think a lot of the projects that i do are trying to get diverse people to work together. So it's not a tragedy of the comments sorta thing that we're making the most of the resource collectively in a good way rather than competing for space or nobody taking care of it and sorts of things that we saw this that that's going to be part of the moving forward to is the operations and maintenance and management of the users moving forward. That's awesome. I liked that. It's multi use a lot of people get to use it. It's a whole clarkson community because that was the main downfall of the first one and you know my hope for the greenhouses that the whole greenhouse. I remember on my campus tour longtime ago now before i came here the tour guide. I believe said something like this is the anaerobic digestion and pointed to the greenhouse instead of the arabic digest here behind it and so my hope greenhouses even though it doesn't look like a green like traditional greenhouse in that it's all translucent. It's not all translucent. My hope is that everyone knows that that's the greenhouse and everyone knows that there are opportunities to get involved with it. If they so choose the that would be really awesome to see is having opened up as a university resource and be used as it's intended. Maybe it's just a couple of time chairs sitting in the back. Sit there here lunch. Seventy five degree winter surrounded by plants in the middle of the winter actually sounds quite lovely..

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"clarkson" Discussed on Clarkson Ignite Podcast

Clarkson Ignite Podcast

07:31 min | 5 months ago

"clarkson" Discussed on Clarkson Ignite Podcast

"Do we keep making it work better. That's really cool. I like that. It's sort of an ongoing project while you're being like while it's being built and you guys. I'm assuming you're finding different things as you're building your like. Maybe this won't work like let's bring it back to the class and like up to continue to evolve and to that point. I think you know selfishly. I've been very lucky to be with the project for going on three semester. Almost four semesters now because it's really allowed me to see what the impacts of student decision design decision is when they pick it up halfway through and drop it off before it's done you know you can really understand how those decisions volve over time and appreciate the impact of early decisions later on in the process. And i think that that's been really impactful for me and something that you know for the couple of greenhouse interns that we have you know when they're learning about the construction process. What goes on there really trying to help them understand where what we're doing now originated from in the design process. So that's been really cool for me to see because before this i've always been on the design side and only working on that so having the hands on experience to go along with it has been really really interesting for me. It's been an eye opening experience for students to pick up prior reports and excel spreadsheets. Matlab code that some other students wrote but did not adequately document explaining they a better sense of the importance of communication. When you have to use something. I it's not just like you write it and it's done somebody needs to use that and i think it's been that they've learned a lot about doing better with their communication side too because they've experienced hardship in trying to understand what other students did. Yeah they can't just jot down notes and hope that someone can read them. That's become critically in this case so going back to the design process. How did you guys know that it was right to be built. Oh wait at the end of this semester so a year and a half ago we had this conceptual designs including like drawings drawings withstood spacing and amount of materials and stuff like that. So we're ready right. Well won't boy. Did we learn a lot from that. There is a huge step between. They're actually the carpentry side of things. And i think matt and another student alex where in the midst of that It's it was. I opening to me and how this is part of a learning process for all of us. And that's something that i really value. We probably would totally not ready. We should have another semester doing that But we had the funding. We had some student workers we need it to get rid of the old greenhouse but yeah we weren't ready and so there is a lot of on the spot decision making the add. Some really good. Help from eric bacchus mike trumper to fill in some of those gaps. There was a lot of a lot of the decision i think. Maybe it was internal pressure because we wanted to start it because we have the funding a lot of it was also you know we were trying to improve efficiencies by running concurrently with the chiel project so back when we started this in the spring that was also the first semester that the shield project began was right. After graduation in spring they moved in and started doing things and we needed to run new heating lines to degreen and they were running a trench. Anyways for their waterline so there was a lot of things where if we had waited a year. We would have had to go over everything that they were doing anyways. And what it costs a lot more money and through the help of the university engineer mike trumper we were able to understand kind of how we could fit in with the chill project and you know solve two problems At the same time and make sure that we weren't digging up grass twice and we were working together to try and figure out how to make it work. So that was i think a big part of it when i'm thinking back to that definitely helped and also i think from a student's perspective. We thought we were ready. And i think that goes to what sue is saying. It really was like yeah. We got drawings we you know. We have dimensions. I think we can make this work and it wasn't until we actually got to building things and realizing that it wasn't checked up twice and certain things weren't matching up where we had to then take tickets and look at it again and kind of do a second design to make things happen. But that's where i go back to my previous point where you know you really start to understand. The implications of decisions made early on Later down the line Say the air is at student. Make by you know. It was always sold as a twenty foot by thirty foot. Greenhouse foundation was not quite twenty foot by thirty five and the first lulls that we built to the twenty foot to thirty foot specifications without anybody going to actually measure and so that was a learning experience right. This is an educational experiences. Not been perfect but it certainly has in gauge us. all and lots of learning opportunities. Awesome matt could you just tell us a little more about Your involvement with a greenhouse and like what your role is how you got into that role Just you know even going back and forth. You know you're working on the greenhouse but just the listeners. Can kind of understand better shirt. So i was in the senior design capstone and spring. Two thousand hundred. I had decided to enroll in graduate school. Here at clarkson for fall twenty nineteen And already had an apartment for the summer. I was hoping to work on my startup company. A little bit. But that obviously doesn't pay the bills. And i really you know i'm not someone who likes to just drop off something halfway done and not see it through Just i'm as a person and so when there was an opportunity to manage a project like this and see the work that i've done all the way through to the end. It was intriguing to me. Because i knew that the project was going to get done anyways and as being part of that class. That had that design. I had more knowledge about it than anyone else that they might have found and i just felt like it was a. It was a good way for me to test my skill set. Learn a lot of new things and make it possible for me to stay in the north country through the summer and so all of those things came together and it worked out. And i'm glad that it did because it's been while the project has taken longer than expected. It's been great all the way through awesome. So can you tell us a little bit about the.

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"clarkson" Discussed on Clarkson Ignite Podcast

Clarkson Ignite Podcast

07:29 min | 5 months ago

"clarkson" Discussed on Clarkson Ignite Podcast

"Our mission is to shape this podcast to the ignite slogan which is think making night we hope to connect individuals across clarkson's diverse community and give you our listeners interesting and unique content. Our hope is that you can walk away from our episodes learning something new and valuable something that will truly inspire you for this week's episode. We spoke with dr susan powers and matt harvey born. Dr susan. susan powers is the spends professor of sustainable environment systems. And she's a director for the institute for sustainable environment at clarkson Hawthorne is a graduate. Student here clarkson he's on and ignite fellowship. He studied engineering. Management at clarkson for his undergrad and he's currently working on his masters in environmental science and engineering. This week we had them both on to talk about the greenhouse project which is currently taking place at clarkson was great to have both of them on and hope. You enjoyed the conversation as much as we did today. We have dr susan powers and graduate student matt with us to talk about the greenhouse project So let's just start by wanting to tell us about how the greenhouse project started. How the idea for it came up. Just a general overview of the beginning of the project will start with that that was before mce in about two thousand eight was the first time we envisioned having a greenhouse on campus and that was For a particular growing technology that we were trying to test and we got funding from that from the epa through their p three student competition and the students brought home seventy five thousand dollars to the original greenhouse that lasted about ten years but there are all sorts of issues with both the structure itself was not weathering well and we had come to the conclusion that the growing technology that was used inside. The greenhouse was not very resilient it was pretty neat was really high tech but because it was so high tech did not whether well with any power outages or pump failures and it resulted in a lot of crop loss and so greenhouse needs to be really resilient in terms of taking care of plants and so we decided a couple years ago that either we needed to get rid of it or you build it and it was though winning design in the twenty eighteen sustainability fun competition which is a campus wide. Vote on what we spend twenty five thousand dollars on and so that you know gave us okay. We've got at least a good star of the money that we need to deconstruct the old greenhouse. And we did that in a way that we could recoup and recover some of the materials to us again and start to be built. We've had three years of capstone design. Class students involved in the redesign of the greenhouse. And it's intended to be now a facility. The first one the greenhouses just like structure to enable us testing this aeroponics technology. But now he decide what we really need is a facility that enables different groups to use the greenhouse so the very different specifications and purpose awesome. That's actually really interesting. It's nice that students actually like voted for this project to get the money but So matt you're part of one of the senior design classes back in two thousand eighteen nineteen twenty nineteen twenty nineteen money. Tell us a little about what being that classes like. You guys did anything like that sure. So that semester. I think was pretty unique in that. We were tasked as a class to go from a pretty high level. Conceptual design With just a few specifications to trying to have an operational plan to not only deconstruct the previous greenhouse. But then build this new design that we had to come up with. and so the classes pretty sizable. I think we had somewhere around sixteen or so students and we were able to break into subgroups with specialties. Which i think was really crucial from a learning an educational perspective because yes. You were really kind of dove into one specific system within the larger project but as emphasized in the class. You had to really talk with everyone else. All the other systems that were being designed at the same time in order to make sure that everything with one another and really worked well when you went to go build it and so that was probably the biggest takeaway from the class and something that definitely shows when you can do it. Well so dr power. It's tell us more about like the classes have been like for you. How you've been able to structure them. What's look different over the last three years. I've learned a lot about engineering design. I've been teaching engineering design for decades but going to a whole project like this really gives you different sensible whole oftentimes. Our capstone design. Classes are just a feasibility study. You know you come up with some idea and you get to the point where say well you know this could be built or maybe some options. But in this case that's where we started But since then in all of the years mads year was the first year that we ended up with a concrete proposal for this is what the green house is gonna look like. There have been so many details. Since then we have gone back and redone. Some of the engineering work student student calculations and so often ends up being that we spend two semesters doing things like estimating the heat that's required to keep the greenhouse warm on a minus twenty degree night in january. And so it's and. I think the students also appreciate also at at least from the engineering perspective. All students often end up in the middle of a project right. You don't come in at the initiation and go all the way through production you end up somewhere in the middle you have to figure out. Where am i. What are the next steps. And so as we've progressed. You still do all the steps of engineering design. Gotta understand your problem and your specifications but now they're really detailed specifications it's like what size conduit do we need right not you know. Where are we going to put a heater. And so but it's still engineering design. You still go through the same process of engineering design. It's just ask for a more finalized product and there's no question that the the engineering design classes will not stop once. The construction is done a lot of opportunity to learn from the greenhouse and figure out how to do better as we go For example a lot of solar radiation comes in in the summer gets really hot. I suspect we need some shades. We don't need that from day one operations but it's something that we can be testing and understanding and doing analysis over the next couple of years to figure out. How do we improve. How.

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"clarkson" Discussed on Clarkson Ignite Podcast

Clarkson Ignite Podcast

05:10 min | 10 months ago

"clarkson" Discussed on Clarkson Ignite Podcast

"Due to recent events are schedule has been changing a lot lately. So this episode. We're bringing you a conversation. We had this past february. We met with alex french. Who is sustainability coordinator in the institute for a sustainable environment. We talked about his climb stories. Project which highlights the effects of climate change on the average person's daily life. Alex also mentioned how clarkson is moving to become more sustainable through building upgrades post consumer recycling programs and the annual sustainability fund projects. His great talk with alex. And we hope you enjoy our conversation as much as we do. Thank you for joining us. Obviously alec's french sustainability coordinator in the institute for sustainability sustainable environment. Is that what it is. Yep okay i struggled to that every single time. Basically we have a little ritual where i struggled people's titles at any time in the analysts. Thanks for having me. I make them. Yeah all right. so why..

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"clarkson" Discussed on Clarkson Ignite Podcast

Clarkson Ignite Podcast

04:48 min | 1 year ago

"clarkson" Discussed on Clarkson Ignite Podcast

"So when you think of clarkson what's the first thing that comes to mind just like a few little words It used to be engineering and hockey. And i truly think it should be innovation creativity and and then hockey for me. I would say transformational we. We got this whole thing. Started with the help of dave to ray and dave talked.

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"clarkson" Discussed on Clarkson Ignite Podcast

Clarkson Ignite Podcast

05:30 min | 1 year ago

"clarkson" Discussed on Clarkson Ignite Podcast

"You know look at everything. You know So you you do. End up making friends around the world. Well well what do you think was your favourite cultural experience travels. Actually i pretty much enjoyed them all. Sometimes some of the dishes that you're asked to eat must be to. The reviews were little unnerving as a sometimes told my wife. I hit the eat things i wouldn't normally hold in my hand but i did enjoy russia greatly. Okay the people again. As i said are very convivial if you want you know. The good eating is clearly northern italy for for me anyway. Although i once was traveling throughout northern italy with a cream engineer i finally said you know mr kim. What what's the problem. And he said. I can't stand the food and i was just thinking to myself. Wow okay so it. Just another example of how. Yeah perspectives are different different places. I actually went to italy and a few of the people that around the trip with me. Who are from new york. They said. I don't even like the food here. How could you new york. Italian food is not same as far as out that day. Right you mentioned that in clarkson the biggest takeaway that you took was how to learn. And i'm sure in your travels to you learn like you had to shift your ways of learning quite a lot. What do you think is the biggest advice that you would give as far as that goes okay. The biggest advice i'm going to give is not necessarily what people wanna hear. Here's what i've experienced if you if you want to be successful You don't have to be the smartest person in the room. I've never been the smartest person in the room I might have from time to time. Been the hardest working so if if you want to succeed. My view is at the core of it is do the work be prepared to do the work and so I would study for things. you know this. I actually understand new things. That's born at clarkson impart certainly nurtured at clarkson and It never one way. It changed with the internet okay but even when there were you know only books and libraries okay I found that that was something you really wanted to dig in to do the work. Underline the underlying. Why is something a certain way. And the other thing i would say is that in developing products or looking at at future products or limitations what products can be I learned to try to take things back to first principles right. So if if you want it so the physics of things matter. Okay so if you want to make a more efficient motor perhaps Cooperated more efficient motor. Okay what are the physical limitations. Okay.

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Clarkson Ignite Podcast

03:47 min | 1 year ago

"clarkson" Discussed on Clarkson Ignite Podcast

"When you were a student at clarkson oh yeah a work. The gears for the way back machine misunderstood your questions about that. The i think. I was one of the lucky people who was able to very quickly grasp concepts in classes and because of that I might not have had the best study habits and had a lot. More free time Back when i was a student. Free time spells trouble though. That's why i decided to channel it into some of the activities. That might not get me in trouble. Yeah understandable one way or some of the most memorial memorable experiences. You had I won't get into all the parties stories because it was a very different environment. When i was an undergraduate in the seventies because the drinking age was eighteen it has the seventies And it was a little bit more overt exactly now yeah But what i really enjoyed was some of the student leadership. And i learned a lot out of it. The being the president of the student association. What you would call queue so now was ccs aa. When i was at clarkson college student association okay and learning. The basic leadership skills also loved a lot of the course. Work in chemical engineering. And so we're going to fast forward a little bit. Obviously but once a jacket was sold out to sc johnson and you decide to start up your own company kind of in household consumer goods. What inspired you to do that. you know for two years before the division bristol myers division. It was sold A friend of mine who is a sales and marketing director. And i had been talking about forming our own company There was a substantial white space or opportunity. And what at the time was called private-label. Now it's more retailer brand And we had some ideas but we also had inertia he add three girls I was having a blast at my job at drac it's because i was still growing But that sell. The company really gave the kick to get it off the ground. Yeah frankly. I was a bit of a hesitant entrepreneur because i knew it was going to be all consuming. Probably needed that little push. Yeah at the time. Yeah understandable. Yeah it was. It was a hard getting into that new. I know those space in the market but it was hard getting everything starting getting going like any function a. We had a plan. We thought was conservative both financially and from a business development standpoint and we were coming out of big corporate america. We thought we were really good. you get taken down a few pegs. When that happens and the rule of at least twice as long and twice as much capital we definitely learn was the truth. Yeah twice twice much. Capital thousand ask ever gonna need. That was gonna ask what your major tip would be for someone. Who's starting a when when you build your plan. Yeah most entrepreneurs are optimists. Yeah for whatever reason Be conservative. yeah in terms of how much money you're going to need and be conservative. How much time you're going to think is going to get to market And at twice as long twice as much is really based on your most conservative estimate..

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