26 Burst results for "Clawson"

"clawson" Discussed on Awards Chatter

Awards Chatter

01:31 min | 5 months ago

"clawson" Discussed on Awards Chatter

"Ranges song tao. Mary hadn't seen over the load. A great job then signed to the other of the series with course leach. All carrier clawson shame greece again. I got chorus. We don't we ordered you. Try to crap. Just be lovely. I tried a nice. So would you say that you were was was that time as you think back to. Those years of that show was that fun. Was it stressful. What i guess your life must have changed a lot in the show took off. How would just take me back to what it was like to be you just as a forget about the job itself. Just how did it affect your life working nitro on tv. No wonder one one in the water wanted to raise the next year. I have a criminal dick or at least a year. That's that's.

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"clawson" Discussed on Talking Lion

Talking Lion

05:27 min | 5 months ago

"clawson" Discussed on Talking Lion

"It's very moment pre thoughts. Some hungry I'm excited ironically. Which i never thought. I would say for my doctor's appointment my team. Jay placements relieving yeah. It's just it's just really satisfying a cap. Somebody that knows what the fuck they're doing a knows what's wrong with you. Yeah yeah exactly as opposed to somebody just taking your money And then the third thing thinking is it's beautiful. Yeah really as hot as hell yes hot. It's nice and lastly. what are you looking forward to. I am looking so much forward to my next single and not to be like the guys. Talking about a single on a podcast. For at least the song is called haircut. It's one of my favorites. i wrote it improves. It all all by myself and Percenter one hundred per center which is been a nice challenge in learning experience. I think it's fun to do that. Sometimes and We're we're all really excited about the feedback and the response that we've gotten so far and hopefully people love it and listen to it and make ted talks to it and torque and make things things and cut their hair to it. Yeah maybe maybe maybe. It's the first haircut video. Yeah the i get your haircut to this song. yeah. I'll listen. I if i get my haircut in in new york do that. It's really not about like haircut Like it's not about it's all about hair your ear right or we. We've all been around the block just just just for those people thinking boy some dude who just like has perfect hair and his obsessed about it. Not the kiss. what's What's a lyric or a moment of the song that you want people to pay attention to honestly the lyrics in this song are so my favorite i've ever written hit us with We'll splice it right in you like my hair short but every time i get a haircut i think about the mayor for dropping you off mess my mind that you lack my hair. Short now ev. It's on get a think about the airport jogging. You often remind.

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"clawson" Discussed on Talking Lion

Talking Lion

05:31 min | 5 months ago

"clawson" Discussed on Talking Lion

"Would you be. A pirate are complicated question. Like if i were to be born would i be born a pirate or would i be what i want to be a pirate. You've hit on the. I would i think is the most interesting part of the question that no one has ever nature versus nurture. Yeah 'cause 'cause you know it's like if you were born and you were a private year and you lost your job you'd probably come pirate because that would be a social force it would have pushed you in that direction. It's more just like do you philosophically. Is that your vibe. As a person not not to complicate it even further but like what boy in a sentence like what is your idea of a pirate like. We're we're talking like someone historically at historically accurate like in in the golden age pirates not of murder lot more like more searching for searching for treasure for treasurer and also like flying in the face of like sovereign governments. And like you know Yeah i think i have. I think as likely to be full blown. Pirate as the as i am to be the farthest thing from it interesting like i think like i would be a gnarly pirate and like just have a sick boat and like be on the hunt for that that booty you know always looking for that booty the pirate booty or i would just totally be like posted up in some village on like the nordic shore like or wherever shores makes sense for the era. Yeah i know. I could be totally hardcore totally not at all. I think it's interesting. I think maybe speaks to you as creative as well because with us because and and again that's sort of harking back what you said at the party was like you're somebody who who seeks out comfort in the sense that you could be comfortable and and find a path of with that feels good. Feels kinda right but you also have a party you. That is a thrill seeker. And a gambler and a risk taker. And i think that like to not psychoanalyze your higher decision That's fine definitely roshni. No had no what. I what i what i mean to say is that i think a lot of especially the mid us mid twenty people like i think The the call for comfort is lot quieter when you're younger because everything's uncomfortable but once you start finding little pockets of comfort or start realizing how much more it kinda hurts to have discomfort and how hard it is to ignore this comfort. I think that once you start understanding your relationship with comfort it gets a lot more complicated. So i think that there's part of me that that would love to just sort of like fuck off to a cabinet in colorado and just call it a day and not really you know do anything more ever. Ironically that could be very uncomfortable. You know but also you know. I i think part of what would make it. Uncomfortable is the other side. Wants me to keep like playing the table and coming back to the casino. That is this music. No i definitely have like creative personality traits that contradict each other a lot like very very picky about some things and just very so easy going about others. You know every artist is. John lack fast That's ninety we're please expand on that every artist just wants the dog in the house in be out but there's always something that brings them back result. Yeah that's always something that brings you back..

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"clawson" Discussed on Talking Lion

Talking Lion

05:50 min | 5 months ago

"clawson" Discussed on Talking Lion

"I think they're great If i may ask old twenty four okay interesting so that is interesting. One thing is interesting very very interesting. So apparently made is interesting. Yeah we'll still be olives. When i turned twenty four. I suddenly just craved olives. The central lake just out of nowhere just really suddenly like i hated them a whole life and then suddenly loved them so former. And then if i if. I fall olives before my twenty fifth birthday. I will lease. Tell me and then with mushrooms. I didn't like mushrooms. And then our friend. Max was preparing mushrooms and talking about their flavor and like it was such a nice memory. I wound up eating it all my ill. Mushrooms are gross thoughts kind of dissipated and and now i have an just really like mushrooms. But yeah you know this is a great line in then fold song which is read me off a list of things that used to not like but now i think are okay and i think about that a lot. about how there are so many things and i hate that. We're like on the public record for all of it but there's so many things that i'm sure i'm gonna like five years from now ten years from now that i said that i hate with a passion you know maybe one day you'll like non deterministic time travel. Do fucking never would now. Through the harder you go on the record on this the more you'll have to eat your words. If you ever change your mind. I just can't find a compelling argument for having like a time travel with so many paradoxes just saying also favorite food. I can probably say with conferences. Mossy that my mom is so you're jewish or your boy will welcome. Yeah you know same. I thought i thought when we were talking about our stomachs. That was catching like a vibe. Nice to meet a fellow member hours of ours. Yeah oh man. Actually now that you mentioned in my aunt makes the delicious It's it's one thing that like is kind of like like an old house smell like when you whenever you taste that whenever you back into that house just smells like childhood and whenever i have a multiple from cantor's not the same effect i was about to ask you. I feel like. I've had multiple seat from cantor's than i've been disappointed but i don't wanna talk about it. Yeah i mean. I think it's fine to be disappointed because the standard is so high right like with with like multiples. Kanter's is a great place but it's not like assigned cuisine right like i doubt simmering the broth for hours and hours and hours. Like a lot of people do this is gonna come off really just fucked up. But nothing's as good as your mom's boss got him. I mean at my aunt's ball for some somehow that that strikes me worse feels worse feels multiple cpas delicious and now. I'm actually craving ed. So thank you for. That is actually great. They'd have it because it's like a hundred degrees outside. Yeah i was a really soup weather definitely step outside of the a c. Yeah just wearing some soup yet. It's it's the open the open air sauna. I ask the next question of the question around it is. What is your phone background. It's a picture. I took on the top of june lake. Which is near mammoth. But it's like a smaller little mountain And it has a smaller. Lake await is amana flake. It's a film picture. I love film photography only disposable. No i think. I think this one i actually took. While my grandpa's old minolta was still working out may introduction to film photography a lot of disposable death..

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"clawson" Discussed on Talking Lion

Talking Lion

03:02 min | 5 months ago

"clawson" Discussed on Talking Lion

"Oh sure it question round of questions. Put me on the spot. So first question's from our patriots subscriber allen. See as always allan thank you so much for your question and for being such an amazing supporter of the podcast. Bouncy wants to know what inspires you. That is a question. i think. A lot of creatives ask themselves and change their mind about sometimes from time to time. I was asked the same question recently in. I did a little panel for k. Pop thing there's a few people on the penalty. We're about that. And one thing that i think i took from that little chat was like inspiration is not a rock on a necklace that you have right here. That stays right there. You know. it's is definitely something that will change. Its shape change. Changes feeling change how it affects. You change pushes you and what you become inspired by at least for me like what's inspiring changes changes all the time like there are obviously if a handful of emotions. I feel like i connect with deeply like with my personality. And just like you know the the type of music i make like making but i think that question for me is almost like more like has more to do with what my favorite part about writing music is and personally. That's just the fact that i like being inspired by a lot of things like whether it's a story somebody tells me or like thinking about my parents or like a pass relationship or literally quote like that on instagram. I think i think it's a fun exercise at the very least like draws brazen from a lot of different places i mean that's also why like you kind of get confused but still understand when the littlest most obscure lyric and song as the one that makes you actually cry ryan because it's not about chasing this thought of what is supposed to inspire you. It's about something that somehow somewhere has an intrinsic. Meaning that means something to you and also why like the space that you're working in and also like what you wind up doing even before you start writing so important to for sure because the what you say in those conversations can be inspiring what you know a little details in the room. Also take random shooting combining it like will like give as mixing colors again color. Like you didn't know you wanted to see we're going to try something new that we actually haven't done in the question around And this isn't like a sponsor or anything but We found this table topics. The kind of like these fun questions that Yeah yeah more or less. Yeah this is. The question is what was your favorite childhood meal. I don't know ahead of more Could probably think of one. But i'm more vividly. Remember the definitely didn't wanna eat which were tomatoes mushrooms in allah's and today olives are the only one that i still don't like eating interesting. I've grown to love mushrooms. The food kind and tomatoes and tomatoes..

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"clawson" Discussed on Talking Lion

Talking Lion

04:12 min | 5 months ago

"clawson" Discussed on Talking Lion

"Much more sustainable model than than you have to be like fucked up to like make cool stuff. Because i think being healthy contextualized any sort of tortured moment. You might have had in your life like i am. And what's nice. I feel like you're like my canarian. The coalmine noah because the part of my brain. That says you've gone too. Far turnaround does exist. Because i've been doing a hustle. Shed like a toxic hustle. Shit those maybe like fourteen fifteen like two hours asleep three hours of sleep like work until you're exhausted and then learn how to handle exhaustion. Find out how you can take that ten minute nap. That makes you feel like you've had an hour like that kind of disassociating levels of of insomnia and panic and whatever just like. That's how you make it. You know and i feel like especially the top twenty twenty. You kinda taught me That you gotta address the shed. That's the older you get because it doesn't go away. Yeah you know and if you've built up and it it just leads to a breakdown. There's no there's no way that that doesn't happen. I think like naturally also every type of habit will lead to some type of result Some type of art like you will get results but they will. They will circle right here and for everybody listening. I'm holding my hands like about neck level or you change your habits and improve your habits goes to like your head level right. Raising arms near for being tortured artist is like we have to dive in. And just fucking die for it. But i feel like it's okay to tie rope around your your waist before walking the km of my favorite and saddest songs about an experience heartbreak were written. When i was happy. Yeah you know and like a good like barometer about like where you have to be a rice. Something it's like Actually nowhere specific you can select ticket make use of your you know personality that likes to dwell on things but live a happier and how your lifestyle you. You don't have to have this completely congruent thing. That's like torturing you in my breaking you down. And i think that's where it gets when we cry. We crave authenticity from our artists. And i think that that's working get muddy. Is that when you're performing songs..

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"clawson" Discussed on Talking Lion

Talking Lion

04:54 min | 5 months ago

"clawson" Discussed on Talking Lion

"Client outreach and like all of an admin work and you know accounting for and in simile every minute that i get to feel like i'm enjoying the community and the development of artists and all that stuff is a minute that noah's doing you know our capital p. Paid production work so you know. There's there's a balance on the business side for that. I think that when you have two people are you have like a manager is a lot easier to stomach and understand yet contextualized Splitting up on my own like like i've learned that it's much more productive to like spend half a day just taking care of purely administrative things as opposed to like working on something taking a thirty minute breaking between a session to like you know deal with Like sound exchange right right like that. That's not a sustainable. Like they really do require thirty different parts of the brain throwing attention in different parts of the brain for sure And also it is a lot like doing laundry. I think it's a lot easier to do these sort of like. I mean to spend that time to do these sort of like. Oh i'm gonna spend the day or half a day doing this today. But having that the on a consistent level so that like a no point you have the build up and you feel because i feel like when you feel like you're lost were you feel like the workload is more than you can handle you. Spend two hours three hours just trying to get your head around it. I was trying to catch up. A catch up with yourself are definitely fall into that. Like even creatively. Like i always have so many ideas and things that i want to work on like people want me to work on that. I'm like where to start. Where the why do i finish. Is this shit. is this good. Is this the best thing i've ever written is the worst thing you know so like that. That same kind of like not problem..

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"clawson" Discussed on Talking Lion

Talking Lion

04:48 min | 5 months ago

"clawson" Discussed on Talking Lion

"Know to get the whole. The whole juice of it like i love person with guitar. And the whole thing's packing poetry. And i would argue. I have a terrible time and have such a hard time writing a song that somebody could just like capitalise enjoy it because it's i think it's a different skill set and like different. It's a different. It's a different thing. That i definitely do not know how to do again and again but i think like the fact that you guys like that song and that kind of context is encouraging to yeah to say that can hopefully continue to make that happen for people. How.

"clawson" Discussed on Talking Lion

Talking Lion

04:35 min | 5 months ago

"clawson" Discussed on Talking Lion

"Will get a free shirt now back to the show. We record this episode with our friend. Griff clawson i spent griff had a songwriter. Showcase hosted by our mutual friends stole are following. That would see him some of the parties we hosted at our house but during the pandemic we lost touch only recently. I stumbled upon one of his songs and decided to get back in touch. We recorded this following the release of a single beautiful. He's about to put out his next single called haircut. A great songwriter seamlessly transition into being an artist. Gift losses. a nice kid and we're glad we got a chance to reconnect with him here so without further ado and this is talking. Oh hey what's up. Hello welcome back to the house i. It's good to be back. It's been a solid minute. I think we're trying to figure out that maybe two years since we actually threw parties and had people over. You know right. You showed me the time travel talking. It feels a little bit like time travel. Yeah very true kind of close your eyes wake up in his two years later and honestly this whole year does feel like a weird kind of time machine especially because like everybody is acting like the last year and a half didn't happen yet like happened in the most intense way also didn't happen the most intense way which is a very weird like thing to think about every day almost feel psychologically unhealthy permanently scarring like away are. We're not talking about anything i think. I'm definitely opting more early-morning Ignoring it looking at it. I get hit embarrassed where i'll be like you know she invokes or you know out somewhere and then suddenly realize like fuck. We did not do this for a year. And a half. And i feel weird weird. I mean. i wonder honestly didn't or haven't done this research. But i'm curious like how it affected people in like nineteen eighteen. The spanish flu and like what the decades-long repercussions were following. That kind of thing you know. I am buzzfeed. Better get on it. We both regret it. Because i definitely will click on articles. I click on them all the time. We accidentally wind up in the In the vortex of the top five lists number four will shock you. I read an article yesterday about the science and history of birthday cake. Flavoring name like flavor will not just not the idea of birthday cake apart from the food science..

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"clawson" Discussed on On The Ledge

On The Ledge

04:00 min | 6 months ago

"clawson" Discussed on On The Ledge

"So it's clearly the volunteers to the duvanov. A patent late and the anti-obama Semi compelling the. I does kind of make sense. I guess once they're up in the tree there's going to be less hurts around Trying to chew on them which totally story with the rapid offer its industrial policies. The laser including me. I'm doing at of nasty chemicals in these calcium also at crystal on leaf stroke summit you'll regret By you know not defective by by necessarily if the best fit would blow them up. I guess that's what's fascinating is. There's always something new to learn. isn't there under. we're still still learning. I mean it's it's really interesting to hear hits a here that it reminds me of all the about different forms of philodendron hetero which sank kind of scenarios. She'd also washed spaced. Yeah i seems to be endlessly variable in terms of its appearance as in the juvenile form. Anyway i is it the same. Is it the same with the adult form that it tends to be all we have. We have bryan. Trail is a big legume trace. Clawson like in place actually comedy but it ended Which is coppery do and al vice juvenile. as one. Also burnish scintillating adult lease kodi lateran medium. Great and ugly insulated. Yeah yeah that's that is. So i guess in a way this part of the keys why they're attractive as house in the it was the other way round. Possibly they wouldn't be absolutely yes..

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Anna Ploszajski: Crafting to Better Understand Material Science

The Guardian's Science Weekly

02:33 min | 8 months ago

Anna Ploszajski: Crafting to Better Understand Material Science

"This episode. I'm talking to dr anna. Precise ski immaterial. Scientists channel swimmer and stand up comedian about her latest venture. Writing newburgh handmade assigned to search for meaning through making. I wanted to start off with understanding a bit more about the material. I found the most fascinating in the book. Blas which as we all know to be solid actually has the molecular structure of a liquid. Could you tell me a little bit more about that. Ana yeah definitely. I think a lot of people would have heard of this of the rumor. That glass is actually very very very viscous liquid in the evidence that we have for. This is very old. Panes of glass in medieval churches are episode a thicker the button than they are at the top and intuitively. We think well that must mean that. This class has been flowing down to gravity over hundreds of years that for it must by viscous liquids while there's also a molecular argument for that as well because if you zoom into clawson and see where the atoms and molecules are inside they are. Bene- jumbled up mess they're very rigidly bonded to each other so they don't move that they their structure is what we describe as offices. Very kind of jumbled up this structural order to in particular infrastructure is very similar to the structure of liquid. If you were to have a look at water zoom in and see by the atoms molecules are inside than they would be kind of randomly tumbling over each other and in in no particular order as well. The structure of glass and the structure of bhutto's liquid is via similar. Now this is in contrast to what we describe him. It's your science. As a as crystalline materials and is is a good example of a crystalline material when water freezes if the molecules lineup in very neat rows and columns in a kind of three structural lattices. That it's very predictable. It's very ordered. It's very beautiful. And that's how we describe. The atoms inside material's crystalline site is is a good example of metals or crystalline. As well when you hate izhak from below zero degrees two zero degree celsius as the ice melts it melts at the very distinct melting temperature because its molecules are in this very distinctive crystalline ordered structure so zero degrees is enough energy to break all of those bonds between those molecules and allow them to slosh over each other emanating. The michio becomes liquid

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What You Should Know About the Iran Nuclear Talks

People of the Pod

02:08 min | 9 months ago

What You Should Know About the Iran Nuclear Talks

"Earlier this month six world powers reopened negotiations with iran over the two thousand fifteen nuclear accord or joint comprehensive plan of action. From which the united states withdrew into thousand eighteen officials have described the initial discussions focused on bringing iran into compliance and lifting. Us sanctions as constructive here to discuss. The implications of these talks is a longtime friend of american jewish committee. Patrick clawson director of research at the washington institute where he directs the Turbie program on iran and us policy. Dr clawson welcome back to people of the pod. Thank you for having me. So let's start with the current state of the two thousand fifteen. Nuclear agreement at this point is iran and compliance with any of its restrictions. A few okay which ones and which ones has violated will iran is largely in compliance of the not entirely with the commitments made about providing access to the international inspectors the international topic energy agency. Even there it's not full. In compliance and iran is also in compliance with some of the restrictions on one of the reactors that he uses so the most important restrictions however were on the enrichment of uranium and they're iran is across the board noncompliance. The situation is even worse than it looks because the original agreement required iran not to do research on how to enrich to a higher level and how to use more advanced centrifuges. We'll iran has done that research and you can't undo that research once you've done it so iran is allowing the inspectors still to come in but hasn't iran threatened to limit the inspectors access to its research facilities correct in may will come up with a deadline. Set down by runs parliament saying that if there's been no progress in the negotiations than the access for the inspectors will stop. The widespread expectation is that iran will say well. I guess there's enough progress. We can keep on going for a little while longer

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"clawson" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"clawson" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Thousands of people have been evacuated from Yucaipa below an area that was scarred by last summer's Eldorado wildfire. Meanwhile, the blizzard is slamming the California Nevada border upward of 3. Ft of snow forecast in the Mammoth Lakes area LaManna County Sheriff's Office warning people not to attempt to travel Highest ranking Republican in the House of Representatives, making a trip to Mar a Lago yesterday to plot strategy with former President Trump the private meeting about politics and the future direction of the GOP Trumps, Pack said they're meeting was a very good and Kordell one, and Trump pledged to work with McCarthy on getting the House majority in 2022. McCarthy in recent days, has called for Republican unity. And for members to stop attacking one another. Some Republicans have also been divided over those who still say Trump's re election was stolen. And those who say President Biden's wind is legitimate. Fox's Phil Keating actress Sicily Tyson has died. She won two Emmys, a Tony Award. And an honorary Oscar and paved the way for generations of young black actresses. Cicely Tyson was 96, a virtual life prison term for a Rhode Island Boy Scout chaplain for sexual abuse, James Clawson reportedly told the judge he prays each day for God's help to heal those He's hurt before being ordered to serve at least 40 years of a 60 year sentence. The 76 year old pleading no contest to sexually assaulting six young men, including one whose development flee disabled state police began investigating in 2019 after reports of inappropriate comment. Pact between Glosson and a resident of a group home, prosecutors say the 18 year old told investigators Clawson abused him multiple times over several years. Five other people came forward with allegations going back 40 years. Steve Rappaport Fox News, the U. N secretary general, calling for calm and me and mark amid military threats and fears of a potential coup..

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How Big Oil Misled The Public Into Believing Plastic Would Be Recycled

Planet Money

11:28 min | 1 year ago

How Big Oil Misled The Public Into Believing Plastic Would Be Recycled

"How did millions of Americans come to believe that most plastic would be recycled when that's not actually true Laura Sullivan is GonNa take the story from here. Okay, it seemed like a good place to start was the plastic industry they make the stuff. Did they know the truth about recycling plastic? I headed to one of the birthplaces of plastic plastic comes from oil. But really comes from the dupont chemical company and some of the plastic industries old records are housed in the Hagley Library. It's this stone building on the grounds of the first dupont family home in Delaware. This is a place that actually used to store sodium nitrate back when Dupont made gunpowder not plastic. There's an archivist with a bow tie a handlebar moustache named Lucas Clawson, and he looks like someone would make cocktails. Lucas wheeled out a cart of boxes. Thank you. Files that documented the discovery of a chemical marvel that changed the world, a product that looked like glass but break a product that could also look like lightweight fluff but keep things hot called Styrofoam and incredible new film that can preserve food for days called. Saran. Wrap there were a couple of clues about recycling inside the boxes from the industry's most powerful lobby group at the time the Society of the plastics industry their job was to lobby for the big oil and plastic companies. So think Exxon Chevron Dow Dupont. And there's this one memo from one, thousand, nine, hundred, seventy, three, the. Movement is just being born, and one of the top people in the plastics industry is talking about how the cost of sorting plastic is high but it seemed like a lot of the documents were were missing I find reference to a memo a report, but then I noticed that someone had drawn a line through it Lucas. Can I ask you a question absolute. Okay. Why? In this section are all. These APPS. So many of these. Cross out because those records are no longer. Here anymore day or not where did they go the society of the Plastics Industry Astra them back think they really yes is an unusual. That doesn't happen often. Do you do know why they took them. Did they say? I, do not know. Okay Of course, there are all kinds of reasons why an industry lobbying group might want. It's records back I did call society the plastic folks and ask them if I could see the records they took they said No. So I headed to another library this time at Syracuse University and they're buried in its tax, our boxes of files donated from an industry consultant. Actually the industry consultant died in the why found the boxes and gave them to Syracuse and inside these boxes. I found what I was looking for a report was sent to top oil and plastic executives in nineteen seventy three. It says, recycling plastic is nearly impossible. There is no recovery from obsolete products. It says recycling is costly sorting. It is infeasible plus it says plastic degrades every time you try to reuse it. So the oil in plastic industry new, they've known for almost fifty years. and. Then I found more confidential memos in meetings echoed decades of this knowledge insight thousands of pages of courtroom discovery. There's a speech from an industry insider in nineteen seventy four when it comes to recycling large quantities plastic, it says there is quote serious doubt that it can ever be made viable on an economic basis. Now. Okay. Sure. Anyone can take something plastic melted down and make something else. But what these documents are saying is that it's expensive, it's time consuming it's chemically problematic and it's just cheaper and easier to make plastic out of new oil instead of plastic trash there are all kinds of names in these documents men who have never spoken publicly before and there was one name I kept seeing over and over he. was, giving speeches at fancy hotels, hosting conferences and Berlin. Phoenix, they called him a bigwig. He was the industry's top lobbyist. Larry Thomas this is the man I had to find but do you know how many Larry Thomas's there are in the United? States. Thousands I'd call say are you the Larry Thomas used to work in plastics? Are you leery Thomas who used to be president of the Society of the plastics industry? And then finally, I'll prompt Merrin the plastics industry no getting around it the BIGWIG himself I'll walk. Do that's for sure. Yeah. My personal views certainly didn't always job with. US I had the quake as part of my job. That's the way it was there. He's retired now on the coast of Florida but I told him I've been reading all about his exploits in the world of plastic. Where would the offices the officers were? What would you think they would be K. Street yes. Twenty Five K. Street Casey was the heart of lobbying in Washington and it was in those offices at top executives in the world's most powerful oil and plastic companies met they had meeting after meeting about a little problem they were having there was just too much plastic trash consumers didn't like it. In one of the documents I found from nineteen nine, hundred nine Larry wrote the top oil executives at Exxon Chevron, Amoco Dow Dupont proctor, and gamble in a bunch of others he wrote the image of plastics is deteriorating at an alarming rate. We are approaching a point of no return. The classic. I was under fire. We gotta do. What it takes to take the heat off. Because we want to continue to make classic equality, they wanted to keep making plastic but the more you make the more plastic trash you get and the obvious solution to this is to recycle it but they knew they couldn't remember it's expensive. It's a great. Discussion about how difficult it was to recycle. They knew that the infrastructure wasn't there. So really have recycling amount to a whole lot. So they needed a different plan. Larry Decides to call a bunch of meetings at fancy hotels. He summons the Society of the plastics people executives Larry doesn't remember the specifics of each particular meeting but one of his deputies at the time Lou Freeman he remembers you could. Get. Back all the layers of my brain. Lou, remembers a bunch of meetings the basic question on the table was. You guys you're our trade association in the plastics industry aren't doing enough. We need to do more. This one dupont executive was telling Lou. It's your job to fix plastics imaging problem. So what do you need? You said, I think if we had five million dollars. which seemed like a lot of money. If we had five million dollars we could. We could. We could solve this problem. And My boss said in response. If you add five million dollars, you would know how to spend it effectively. Well, they came up with a way to spend five million dollars that and a lot more I. Remember this. This is one of these exchanges that sticks with me thirty five years later however long it's been. Anna was You know what we need to do is advertise our way out of it. That was the idea thrown out. The industry decided to advertise its way out of a can't recycle it problem. The possibilities off plastics plastics. From dense. Touted the benefits of a product that after it was used for the most part was headed to a landfill incinerator or even ocean. Look empty yet it's anything but trash it's full of potential. These commercials carried an environmentalist message, but they were paid for by the oil and plastic companies eventually leading to fifteen million dollars a year industrywide ad campaign promoting plastic. So I asked Larry why why spend tens of millions of dollars telling people to recycle plastic when the new recycling plastic wasn't going to work? and. That's when he said it. The point of the whole thing if the public thinks so recycling is working. Then they're not going to be concerned about the environment and if they're not concerned about the environment. Though keep buying plastic it wasn't just Larry in lieu who said this I spoke to half a dozen top guys involved in the industry at the time who all said plan was unfolding and it went beyond at the industry funded recycling projects and local neighborhoods expensive sorting machines that didn't make any economic sense school recycling contests. All of this was done with great fanfare. except I decided to go track down almost a dozen of the industry's biggest projects like the one where they were going to recycle plastic and national parks or the one that was going to recycle all the plastic and school lunches in New York they all failed and disappeared quietly but there was one more part of this campaign, the final piece that did stick around. That recycling symbol with the numbers in the middle this symbol has. So. Much confusion about what is and is not recyclable in the plan to stamp it on every plastic item popped up a lot in the documents I learned of a quiet campaign to lobby almost forty states to require that every single plastic item have this symbol stamped on it. Even if there was no way to economically recycle it, I should note that some. Environmental is also supported. The symbol thinking would help, separate and sort plastic but the industry knew the truth the symbols were causing problems. Warm report told executives in July nineteen ninety-three that the symbol is being misused. It's creating quote unrealistic expectations about what plastic people can recycle. It's being used as a green marketing tool, but the executives decided to keep the symbol anyway. I did reach out to plastic industry folks and they said that the symbols were only meant to help sort plastic and that they were not intended to confuse people but the symbol in the ads in the projects, all of this basically convince people Larry says the idea that the vast majority of plastic can be recycled was sinking in. Say that. After a while the atmosphere seems to change I. Don't know whether it was because people thought that recycling has solved the problem. was that they were just so in love with plastic products that they were willing to overlook the environmental concerns that were were mounting up. It's been thirty years now since most of those plans have been put into place and the public's feelings about plastic have started to shift again, people are reading stories about oceans choked with plastic trash and trace amounts of this stuff inside our bodies, and once again, people are wanting to ban plastic and the survival of the oil companies is at stake.

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Dr. Patrick Clawson Breaks Down the U.S.-Iran Crisis

People of the Pod

11:03 min | 2 years ago

Dr. Patrick Clawson Breaks Down the U.S.-Iran Crisis

"After after the US assassinated Iranian General Qassem Sulamani last Thursday night cable news and social media were inundated with people sharing their thoughts. What's on what the strike would mean for the future of the Middle East and whether it might mean war between the US and Iran? This week I spoke with two foremost Middle East. Experts is to clear the noise and get the real sense of what this all means. I here's my interview with Dr Patrick. CLAWSON director of research at the Washington Institute a fluent Farsi Speaker an eminent Iran expert. Who helped us understand what is going on right now inside Iran? Patrick thank you so much for joining us. Yes thanks for having me now. I saw a few people comparing the other night. The assassination of Qassams Sulamani to if an enemy had killed the American American Vice President Chairman of the joint she says staff of the Armed Forces and the director of the CIA all rolled into one. I'm not sure if that's exactly Accurate but it certainly gets. The point across that Sumani was a hugely important figure in Iran. Who did most of his work outside of the country? So maybe you can tell us who was costume Sumani when he was only responsive to the supreme leader so he was somebody operated outside completely outside of the control rule the elected government and he had had quite a low profile until the battle against Isis when is is the Islamic state launched some spectacular tax writing Tehran against the modulus parliament and against Khomeini's tune. Many the Iranians became afraid that Isis was going to wound their country your same way that it unexpectedly rolled across northern Iraq and over much just Syria and there was the perception that was the role luminary guards particular vessel money who saves the country from that fate and that really is what launched him on this past being so incredibly popular and then he capitalized on on this by showing up on the front lines and the battles against Isis and the battles against the opponents of the Syrian regime and he showed up on the front lines. It's both in Iraq and Syria repeatedly tried to claim credit for Iran For the battle against Isis which was not very deserved of course the irony is that it was the sectarian policies ultra sectarian policies. That Isis had the knicks had a push the Iraqi government to adopt which. We're so responsible for young Sudanese turning to Isis. They're only possible savior. And it's this part of the broader kind of complexity the day of the Middle East that you know when we think of maybe America's enemies or or Western enemies in the Middle East. We often think of well. I guess nowadays now as we think of the Sunni extremists Isis but kind of historically we think of Shiite extremists backed by Iran groups like Hezbollah for instance. Right right right and Iran has a long history of being prepared to work with the Sunni radicals at the same time that it's fighting. That's what it did with the Taliban with what with al Qaeda in Iraq would simultaneously work with and fight these organizations and so that history of Iran being both the firemen and the arsonist is what he wrong same approach Brought to the fight against Isis. What do we know about the specifics of the attack last week? That Killed Sumani. Well we know that it was remarkably stupid on the part are risky shall always say on the part of Some money and his key Iraqi interlocateur arguably the most important person in Iraq effectively able to control all the militia. Many who adopted the The Sudan Hondas To be in the same car they made a very attractive target so so the United States was able to track some of these movements across the Middle East he had become much less discreet over the years and decided they would interact attack attack him here at the Baghdad airport at a spot where there was no possibility of collateral damage is very isolated area now in the hours after the attack a lot out of elected officials and foreign policy types you know landed on roughly the same assessment. I would say they felt that Sumani was a bad actor Dr. no-one should shed any tears that he is dead. But without any serious strategy for what comes next they felt that the assassination wouldn't be helpful. Awful step do you share that assessment. Oh I think the fascination clearly had to be accompanied by a whole lot of additional steps and We won't have to see how things things unfold for instance. I would say that. It was pretty obvious that after the assassination Iran would pick some reprisals and the hope would be that The reprisals would be like like the ones that we saw the other night in the missiles fired at Iraq year basis actions which Iran could claim were bowled strikes against United States dates but which in fact inflicted very little damage. And if that's all Iran does well and Mr Trump's decision to take out Mr Solomon need look pretty good The question is what will come next. Will Iranians Start Planning something which they will carry out in the months ahead. That'll hokey much damage than what we've seen to date. Of course that wasn't the only staff writer. The Iranian regime also announced an additional degree of noncompliance with the JCP with twenty fifteen Iran. Deal right but that had nothing to do with saw money. I mean they've been saying for some time that they plan to announce that on January fifth and sure enough. They did so since we've been told ever since November fifth that every sixty days Iran would be announcing the next step. It was hardly surprised that Iran announced measures January fifth breath. And when they did they measures were markedly less veer than what people had fought in that the expectation ever since the November fifth actions of reducing adducing Iran's commitment to nuclear deal had been announced that a good chance that on January Feron would announce it's going to stop cooperating with the enhanced inspections nations by the International Atomic Energy Agency. He wanted nothing of the sort And Iran is still cooperating. Those enhanced inspections So what Iran announced in January fifth was if anything less than what people have thought they might get. Maybe you just have a cooler demeanor but you sound rather less concerned than a lot. Lot of people out there on Cable News on twitter. Would you say that there's less to be concerned about. Then some people are portraying the situation. Well I'm a believer in the muddle through theory of history three and the dramatic events or not as likely as muddling along. I would simply say that You always have to ask yourself once the alternative So for instance a number of people partially criticizing the decision to kill someone. Money are people harshly criticized trump's decision not to respond militarily early after the attack on Saudi oil facilities and if salamone in fact was planning terrorist attacks with killed dozens or more Americans uh-huh and he'd carried those out. Then these some of these critics would have been complaining that Mr Trump hadn't done anything to forestall the actions so I would just simply say that Often when you're in a tough situation all the options facing you are tough and imperfect and in this case Mr trump came down a very different side. They come down on over the last six months. I think that we calibrating had some merit to it. Call the goodness knows. This step was a very bold and potentially dangerous injury step. Let's just turn before ran. Let's just turn quickly to a little bit about how this killing has been received inside of the Islamic Republic of Iran Ron. You mentioned that Sumani is seen or had been seen within Iran kind of the figure who saved Iran from Isis or or from other bad actors in the region there were reportedly millions of Iranians at his funeral a gathering so massive that fifty people actually died in a stampede in the middle middle of the proceedings so to what degree is that due to him truly being a revered and beloved figure or is there some degree to which the turnout was is more a sign of fear of the regime and kind of a sense of needing to fall in line. Well the government's certainly encouraged and siltation people turning out. I wouldn't say that he was beloved and revered I would say that he was respected and that many people who can't stand the Islamic republic. We'll tell you look. We don't like the Revolutionary Guards yards at all but in their hand they did save us from a worse fate namely the Dash and furthermore that last summer when Iran I was having a record floods. It was the goods for us. which effectively organized relief thought areas after the government had turned out to be utterly incompetent doing that and so there were large numbers of people in several of the cities where the funerals were held Who felt a personal gratitude to for the coots force had done for them and their neighbors? But I don't think that he was so much loved as he was respected And the image that the regime constructed for him was not really entirely accurate. Put it mildly. I mean this is a man who is also a brutal thug at home as well as a terrorist abroad and It really was a clever marketing to take advantage of the role that you played against Isis. Won't he played in flood relief to make him into a popular figure. The last question. Since president trump reimpose sanctions on Iran. The value of the Iranian riyal has plummeted. I think the exchange rate eight today stands somewhere around forty two thousand riyal to a single. US dollar there have been major protests against the regime in recent months over over economic dissatisfaction. Yes but also interestingly pushing back on repression of women and and perhaps other social issues does the US killing Sulamani Johny weaken or strengthen the standing of the regime at home. I think that it makes a lot of rainy INS scared where the future is headed. And I don't think that's good for the regime so while it's certainly true that some of the money was a unifying figure in Iran. People Kinda got S- care net the possibility that it'll be war with the United States while all this is certainly something that will be watching very closely over the coming days and weeks weeks and months. Patrick thank you so much for joining us and sharing your

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"clawson" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"clawson" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Coming here with a full account of route thirty five forty we went to the Newman is Josias gotten rake one Williams made the stop but this is interesting see what weight does it looks like they are going to team on what would've been a fourth and two but it looks like they were thinking about you know they were there at the at the fifty yard line they've had success with our offense so far so you could see the Dave Clawson was thinking about and then finally said look right now ten seven let's not put ourselves in a hole let's get the ball down kick off and see we get Michigan state in the whole clock winding down here in the first quarter down she on the point for wake forest gets it away high end over end Brandon sours at the eleven yard line with just two seconds remaining in the first quarter thirty nine your point and no return the ninety ninth in the career of Tom as you know that he is and the opposition back inside the twenty yard line if you go back to the top block in it it's a tough call to make a lot of people think well the rules now you can't for a low on a guy you can especially within the line of scrimmage at three yards of lines were so the bats are often taught when they're blocking try to pick up the blitz throw low on the guy the problem is if somebody else is standing him up that's when the officials are going to call our first down for the eleven for Michigan state they've got trips will be the last play of the first quarter no back to the eleven yard line and that's it on the tackle so that'll do it for the first quarter Michigan state is got.

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A Christmas Tree Thrives On Farms, Struggles In The Wild

Environment: NPR

03:50 min | 2 years ago

A Christmas Tree Thrives On Farms, Struggles In The Wild

"In North Carolina Christmas trees are a nearly ninety million dollar industry. Most of the trees are Fraser. Firs they have soft needles which don't shed as much as other evergreens and they have limbs that are strong enough for ornaments but it turns out that Fraser firs are having a harder time in the wild Irena genre of takes us to the North Carolina high country on Joey. CLAWSON's Christmas tree farm outside Boone. North Carolina four workers first chainsaws and hands pick their way through meet. Rosa Frazier firs. Takes just a few seconds to saw down a tree. Clawson says workers have spent nearly nearly a decade fertilizing each tree by hand shaping them one by one with giant machetes. An looking for pests. It's four five months that I'm Out here weekly with a magnifying glass. Checking launches a trees in every field if clawson spots outbreak. He'll sprayed with insecticide all in the name of a perfect Christmas tree. Because it's all about creating family memories about four million Frazier fers from North Carolina. Will Grace People's homes. Was this Christmas. But in the wild a bug called the Balsam Willia- Daljit has been killing trees growers close and can control the pests on their farms terms but the bug has been spreading for decades in the forest biologist. Howard Newfield says the bug arrived during reforestation efforts of logged areas in the the early nineteen hundreds the imported trees from Europe and one of them was silver for the silver for had this Adele Jit on it and no one saw it slowly the tiny hiney adults? It began to attack need of furs. It injects a toxin into the trees that triggers abnormal growth and makes the trees unable to take water water which eventually kills them by the seventies and eighties. die-offs spread rapidly. It's had a devastating effect here. In some forests. The dull geons killed killed more than ninety percent of the trees on Roan Mountain in Tennessee. Scott Corey PhD student. Studying Frazier firs walks up. A road littered with Coyote scat then climbs into the forest points to trees killed by the Belgian their Barclays and Sun bleached. Actually bears won a dead one. There is there's a dead one but on this mountain section. It's just a patch. All around us. Healthy I still stand. Classic Spruce Fir Forest Dense dense number of stems in here super dark and the under story story. Everything's Mosse. Is there a difference between these trees that were looking at and the trees on the farms so genetically genetically that the same but as far as what they do you know their ecosystem. Totally different frazier. I hear clean. The air and water store store carbon from that misfire and provide habitat for animals. Some flora and fauna like a tiny endangered tarantula called a spruce fir moss spider. Live only here during the last glaciation about ten thousand years ago. Corey says this area was a lot colder and the firs lived all up and down on the mountains but that's it warmed up. The trees had to move further and further to the top of the mountain. Today the first live on just seven mountain peaks in the southern Appalachians and Roan Mountain is one of them. Corey has been studying. What makes the trees survive or not due to environmental conditions he points to some saplings under under the dead trees possible signs of recovery? He hopes people will be able to see frazier. I on the mountain. Not just in their homes for years to come

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"clawson" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

05:21 min | 2 years ago

"clawson" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Sandy Clawson explains San Joaquin rail commission is planning to expand into Sacramento the one billion dollar project will include extending train services from San Joaquin county to the capital city and would link Sacramento to service heading as far west as the bay area and south to Merced in Fresno one proposed site for the train yard is an industrial park while the other is an open field along the regency park neighborhood in north the Thomas residents argue the propose train station could impact home values and they're worried about pollution noise and safety the rail commission plans to pick the final location for the train yard in early twenty twenty and begin construction in twenty twenty three any cost news ninety three point one KFBK American river college getting twenty eight million dollars from state taxpayers to expand a satellite campus in north sacramental than a Thomas centers dean Roger Davidson says this project will more than triple classroom space ultimately this will support our anatomy and physiology classes are general education classes all of the kinds of educational opportunities that than a Thomas community has been wanting for more than a decade the new building at the college's Natoma center is expected to open by mid to late twenty twenty three LA county says it will no longer buy vehicles from car makers who have pushed back against California emission standards ABC's Alex stone has details from LA it's a boycott worth about thirty million dollars a year for all of the government vehicles LA county buys now county supervisors have voted to restrict buying vehicles made by GM fiat Chrysler Toyota and any other auto makers that don't meet California standards the trump administration recently pulled California's adored either set clean air standards but many auto makers like Ford Honda and BMW or vowing to meet those standards anyway those companies that don't will be on the county blacklist a similar boycott by the state of California takes effect next month I like stone ABC news Los Angeles Senate Majority leader Mitch McConnell expected to hold a vote to acquit president trump if he's impeached by the house as expected CNN is reporting that two Republican senators said the McConnell will call for a vote to acquit after a majority of senators believe the impeachment trial has run its course the senator say McConnell believes GOP senators want to vote and I've done an acquittal to clear trump of abusing his office on an obstructing Congress rather than getting fifty one votes on a procedural measure to dismiss the case the house Judiciary Committee is expected to vote today to send two articles of impeachment to the house floor for a vote next week the Senate would then take up impeachment after the first of the new year the house has given the go ahead to a massive defense policy bill that would create president trump's desired space force cave BK's Brian shook report the seven hundred and thirty eight billion dollar national defense authorization act was overwhelmingly passed Wednesday only forty eight lawmakers voted against it most of which being Democrats the compromise bill also includes twelve weeks of paid parental leave for federal workers and increases pay for the troops by more than three percent president trump has said he would sign the bill but it has to get through the Senate first Brian shook news ninety three point one K. F. B. K. let's get caught up on top national stories from news ninety three point one KFBK many is maybe once again debating the articles of impeachment that have been drawn up against president trump at the start of the meeting committee chairman Jerry Nadler now call up a tree as a seven fifty five impeaching Donald John trump president added states right crimes misdemeanors this is a mark up and move that the committee report the resolution favorably to the house the clerk will report the resolution at that point the clerk did begin reading the articles of impeachment against president trump and after that ranking member Doug Collins spoke up arguing that the minority should be given its own hearing it is interesting to me that this time has become the issue yeah I've made my ruling the point of order gentlemen wish to appeal the ruling our our life for the sake of I live for the sake of history the chair right one more has in it because the gentleman wish to appeal the ruling of the chair yes or no yes the committee is expected to send the full articles of impeachment to the full house later Sherri Preston another place to ski this weekend as a big resort opens its California side it's news from your neighborhood in three minutes local news in Houston as fast tracking and breaking news this just in news ninety three point one K. traffic getting around Sacramento west on I and whether news ninety three point one K. of being gay balance of nature changing the world one life at a time the testimonials are the pretty good so I tried it out and I'm actually feeling a lot better my legs are usually hard all the time and they do not hard all the time anymore that's only after three weeks you know I haven't had a cold I haven't had the flu in five years my energy is balance I feel great and yes I'm tires because I earned it I can't say enough for this project it it's it's a god send experience the balance of nature difference for yourself call or go online now and become a preferred customer which gives your best pricing.

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Billionaire Michael Bloomberg enters 2020 presidential race

The KFBK Morning News

02:45 min | 2 years ago

Billionaire Michael Bloomberg enters 2020 presidential race

"Are featured audio clip from the Sunday morning talk shows comes from CBS's face the nation as White House counselor kellyanne Conway reacts to the news of Bloomberg coming into the presidential race it means that the democratic field was underwhelming medicine like Michael Bloomberg eighteen Democrats still running for president I'd states market with probably another ten or twelve already dropped out of the race and as Michael Bloomberg coming in saying I don't think any of you can be done trump for all the talk about electability that's a fiction you don't know if somebody can or can't win until they do or don't the the real way that you went to see the electoral college which we proved in twenty sixteen so I think Blueworks play here is to ignore those early states and the focus on super Tuesday that was supposed to be a play for some like Kamel Harris to go in and really make big gains in California she's all I heard Canice's all but deflated so Bloomberg is an and he's trying to draw try to draw a little bit more to the middle so the Alice's say that he sees that the party seems to go be going very laughed and he doesn't think it's going to be successful so he's trying to draw things backed with the metal well there's also another angle to all of this as well as Bloomberg obviously comes from media right yeah so is so we wanted to have Andrew Clawson join us this morning and talk a little bit more about that how this all could play out that Bloomberg has this other affiliation right now so now the Michael Bloomberg has entered the race Bloomberg the media company at has said that they there's an internal memo to staffers yesterday when he announced and they said they're not going to investigate him which is already there practice but they're also not going to investigate any of the Democrats running for twenty twenty which is interesting because the news room to avoid a conflict of interest their organization has to in they they can't go after his opponents and not go after him so they decided they're not gonna go after any Democrats rock investigating they're they're still report on them as day to day but they won't dig deep into any of the top position for a news organization to be and when your boss is running for president and it the one thing that I was also very interesting about that announcement is when in that letter they also said in this is kind of you know the talk about burying the lead a bit is that letter said that Bloomberg's editorials in the past have reflected Michael Bloomberg's views he's had influence on their editorial content so it kind of raises the question these other companies that are of media companies owned by billionaire is how much of those editorials look Washington most Japanese are slight right do they have influence on what the content is well this is sure to come up in the debates they're gonna ask him about this definitely he he probably won't be in the debates because he won't because he's not accepting donations the site wanting he won't meet the dollar threshold yes that's right very interesting thank you very

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Rodney Clawson : The Accidental Song Writer

Bobbycast

07:40 min | 2 years ago

Rodney Clawson : The Accidental Song Writer

Rodney Clawson Is an Accidental Song Writer

Bobbycast

06:17 min | 2 years ago

Rodney Clawson Is an Accidental Song Writer

"We have a wall on the screen Ronnie that we put everybody songs on it we couldn't all your songs you have so many number one song yeah well I mean I know there's people out there that have a lot more than me but I don't know arrivers five hanging and see what they say that's what my asthma therapist asked me do she gets just say thank you I'm shocked when I see it too so I'm like L. and by because each song the worth of it we have estimated you're worth a billion dollars are you say over or under a billion I would say well well under well over got it that means Ashley Gorrell to billions of where you are in the get off this but you are in the elite sorry we all we have something we call the elite three artists that have the most number ones that have on the podcast and you're part of that and there was a room we'd all clap and probably give you a standing ovation uh-huh and there's not a trophy but we'll mail one to you okay and may never come to you but trust us we've been wh what is the trophy we don't know yet we haven't actually invented that we just say it we'd never send it out something to hold your bed it's a belt it's a it's a championship you'll be receiving it in the mail just watch for it so what's interests about your story is you actually were writing songs and they were having a bit of success before you've moved to Nashville right yeah so you were in in Texas up in the panhandle got out of college and farmed with my dad for fifteen years and had some connections here in Nashville started Started writing songs had three or four Three or four hits before I moved out here in two thousand five so I got a I got a publishing deal in two thousand and went back back and forth for five or six years my dad retired and moved out here full Tom so you've got a publishing deal without living here right which which at least oh no by then but now that's pretty rare because part of the publishing don't sign you as they want to set you up on rights all the time and if they're setting up on it nobody was part of that they wanted you to write not only in town but to pay you to keep writing at home too yeah I mean I would come to town one week a month and I would have have you know half written stuff ratified things about myself and you know hey here here's a verse and of course you know you lock it or not and I wrote a few few hits like that you know so you were farming either fifteen years yeah he finished school kind of farm corn leads bean's big center pip sprinklers you know in the Texas panhandle where it rains like fifteen inches a year so it's almost desert so you're living the country saw right yeah I mean out of school you live the adult country song right yeah and what is your drive in the tractor listening to the country songs things that now we're trying not try to plug in like well the guy on the tractor which the guy on the tractors not maybe the core audience anymore the back when I started it was I think the as you were writing songs while living on the farm and you're working what's your what's your dad think about me we the ambition that you had to be a songwriter what's funny is my family mom and dad aren't musical at all so they were supportive but I I don't know if they even understood what I was trying to do which I mean I after I had had a publishing deal in had several hit songs I would come back home I would come to Nashville and riot and come back home and my they would say like you sell Nissan's this week but he explained the business him so many times I to this day I don't know if they still understand what do they do know that my song played on the radio and you grew up what what town would you be closest to I I grew up five miles west of groover Texas okay and you'll hit Amarillo and go ninety miles north so I know pretty well we just play Amarillo care the thing about Amarillo that's the part of Texas that gets Snow Right Yeah Oh yeah and it's about the only part of Texas that really get snow yeah we we've had some big snows so you guys got seasons in Texas Oh yeah so you finish school you're you're working on the farm writing songs are you I'm just trying to understand what that was like are you carrying a guitar as through the day like this down time I would I would maybe on the tractor I would get an odd in my head and I mean it's it's so different than what I do now because like we'll go you know you go and you meet a couple of buddies somebody has an idea you try to write the song one day we'll I had like weeks to work on an idea like driving a tractor you know but would mainly you know put stuff down with guitar like go home at night ten o'clock at night going with guitar and try right like that too for a couple of hours that guitar just the music come from if your parents weren't musical that that influence was day Well I mean I was in I played piano growing up and I was in band choir and I learned how to play Guitar probably I think about it guitar when I was maybe twenty 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"clawson" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:30 min | 2 years ago

"clawson" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Sandy Clawson as the detail new data from the state comptroller's office shows that the CEO of smart made almost five hundred and eighty thousand dollars last year more than any other local utility leader in California the salary makes Arlen orchard the sixty eighth highest paid state employ with mostly doctors and medical directors ahead of him on that list while the number is high compared to other public employees a smud spokesperson tells the Sacramento bee the orchard salary is significantly less than that of private companies like PGA any who CEO makes two and a half million dollars a year any costs a news ninety three point one K. F. B. K. there is a new restaurant in Sacramento Sacramento's former mayor Kevin Johnson says fix sins soul kitchen is part of his same hopes non profit it aims to revitalize Oak Park through public education and economic development CEO makes two and a half million dollars a year any costs a news ninety three point one K. F. B. K. there is a new restaurant in Sacramento Sacramento's former mayor Kevin Johnson says fix since soul kitchen is part of his same hopes nonprofit it aims to revitalize Oak Park through public education and economic development we have seventy jobs here there's about a two million dollar economic impact that create additional subsequent tax revenue dollars Johnson started seeing hope as an after school program to help kids from Oak Park San Francisco could soon offer secured parking for those living in motor homes and other RV's today the city's Planning Commission will decide whether to approve a new pilot program that would give homeless people say place to park at night members of the board of supervisors say RV owners would have to be screened by the sitting in advance the site would also include surveillance cameras and twenty four hour security second a councilman Rickett Jennings is trying to bring that kind of a safe parking zone to Sacramento where a recent point in time homeless count showed a huge increase in the number of people living in their cars the city council in Sacramento recently approved to new homeless shelters a woman is now accusing representative Johan Omar of Minnesota of having an affair with her husband doctor Beth my dad says that her husband Tim confessed to her in April that he was having an affair with the Somali born Democrat congressman it was something that Omar was not interested in talking about when pressed on that issue this week I have no interest in commenting on anything that you are about to ask about my personal life in the divorce filing mine it is seeking full control the couple's Washington DC home child support.

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"clawson" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

05:52 min | 2 years ago

"clawson" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Leads only to poverty. I Corinthians four twelve. Says we work hard with our own hands. When we are cursed, we bless when we are persecuted, we endure it, there will be adversity in life, and it says that working as part of the process of being that that person that God has called you to even when people curse you or your persecuted any of those things that you, you do it because it's the right thing, you do it because you are pursuing the things of God. Got calls you to be that hard worker clawson's three twenty three whatever you do work at it with all your heart as, as if you are working for the Lord not for humans. So, so work is a healthy. Unimportant thing. Scripture, God calls you to, to be like, the, the aunt in proverbs six six through eleven talking about the work ethic of the end pushing through never worrying about all the things that you may be worried about but focusing on preparing bread in the summer gathers food for harvest and and just pushing forward. And then in proverbs six six through Levin, also compares, the person who doesn't do those things who is like the slugger d- scripture says. And this points to the fact that, that a little sleep or little time is fine. But you also don't want to rest forever either. So the balance here is that you don't want to work. Forever just constantly working and never have done downtime. And you don't want to rest forever. The balance is what God wants you to find. Pushing yourself being a hard worker is very valuable working hard is an incredibly important part of life. It keeps you productive keeps you from becoming that slugger becoming a burden. On society, or those you love and scripture points this out as well. Tide is three fourteen. Or people must learn to devote themselves to doing what is good in order that they may provide for daily necessities, and not live unproductive lives. God calls you to be productive. God calls you too. Work in life, not only to make living but to produce something too, busy the devil destroys the devil. Only wants to tear down. And I know that it seems nowadays. Everybody wants to tear everybody else down or tear something down or somebody's wealth down, or somebody's value down. Whatever it is. God wants you to be productive. God wants you to produce. And work is part of that. In doing that as it says, in Titus three fourteen devoting yourself doing what is good. Providing for for daily necessities. Remember, it's not just about getting the most amount of toys. It's about getting those things that you need. To avoid being unproductive in life. And this is nothing new when it isn't just for you. It was for me as well. It was for those that followed me even those who preached the gospel, two thousand years ago, worked hard to keep from becoming a burden on others. I that's loans to nine surely, you remember brothers are toil and hardship. We worked night and day in order not to be a burden to anyone while we preached the gospel of God to you. So there's no doubt. In the necessity of work, the importance of work, the productivity. Of work. You're called to it. There's no better reason than that to abide by no better reason than God says, so to know that it's, it's something important. So this, this work is part of that necessity. Provide for your family. To grow yourself to be a productive person to be a part of society in a positive way. Hard work teaches you dedication. Hard work teaches you perseverance it teaches you discipline. But you know this. Even with all of that good. That work brings. That there is such thing as overworking. You already know that you've probably been in it yourself. Many times that's where you work over and over and over longer hours, trying to produce as much as you can. And this is where it becomes a problem. You're actually a better value to your employer when you take time off and rest and have vacations. Often new ideas or. Ways to be more productive. Seeing things from a new perspective. Those things happen a lot when you're recharging, your batteries, you're out, doing something else, you're not cooped up in the same pattern that you create every single day. And doing that makes you more valuable doing that actually makes you a well rested and a better employee. A harder worker. A.

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"clawson" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"clawson" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Story, her team Clawson, Marshall, she runs to twenty seven point two four and decides, we'll hold that team decided to hold during Saturday's qualifying? She because McLaren had its problems. It was Fernando Alonzo who's thirty first she's thirty if she doesn't have to run again, that is what that is a spectacular moments of this weekend. There's a little something for everybody this weekend. So many people can win this thing. We'll get row six, they racial winners. Don't come out of rose. Six but this year, you've gotta believe Scott Dixon, and row, six Tony finan Graham Ray hall that might be the greatest row six I've ever go to eight in my life, you got gotta row. Seven Charlie Kimball, Jerry. Hildebrand Oriol Servia. You've got guys you know how to race right every it is incredible where they, they all fit in and everybody's leaving out a row four twelve spot. That would be illegal cash Nevis death. He's been kind of quiet this month by his very much. So but you know he almost won it two years ago. This could be number number four. This could be it though to gas. What's coming up on the big shows tomorrow? Well, we've got a man on on the show, Don Mcgann he decided not to testify. So we've got that whole story and caramel made some Bank from their from their Christmas market, which I love, I just don't think you need to have it in the authentic. German X number hundreds of thousands of dollars way. I think you could have done it without that. But I'm happy to see it. And it says something about. Out our local cities, which I'm gonna get into Tony caps. Find them on social media at Tony cats. Facebook, Tony cats radio, as always, thank you so much. Thank you. Not bear. What's going on? All right. We get smashed ear. Westbound.

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"clawson" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

02:36 min | 3 years ago

"clawson" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Clawson, had twenty nine points and fifteen rebounds and nine three in Kansas one over number twenty four Iowa State eighty to seventy six freshman. Kobe white scored twenty seven for eleventh ranked North Carolina who got a season high sixteen threes, they beat number ten Virginia Tech big one hundred three to eighty to fellow rookie Nazir little added a season-high twenty three points for the tar heels western Kentucky, one over Marshall sixteen sixty eight to fifty nine Charles Bassey was seventeen points in a season high seventeen rebounds as the toppers move a game over five hundred ten to nine heading Marshall their first conference most of the year. Tennessee is the number one team in this week's AP rankings ahead of number two Duke Virginia is number three follow by Gonzaga. Michigan state, excuse me. Michigan is fifth and Michigan state six Nevada and Kentucky is number eight this week moving up four spots the cats play tonight against number twenty two Mississippi State and Saturday UK host ninth ranked Kansas lose into the rankings. This. Sweep the cardinals are number twenty three Notre Dame still tops, the women's pole had a Baylor Yukon and Louisville ranked number four and Kentucky ranked fifteenth on the women's side. Well, we do know the Super Bowl teams. We'll be talking about it a lot for the next two weeks. The Rams will go against New England. Sean McVeigh great respect for his opponent. I've gotten a chance to get to know coach bell check a little bit. I've had a relationship with Josh mcdaniels. Really, we practiced against those guys when I was in Washington early on their team that you're always watching the way they do things in and you just have so much respect for the way they've operated over the last handful of years down his own to the Super Bowl, which Lee played in Atlanta two weeks from well two weeks from a little less than two weeks studio Super Bowl Sunday yet at Paul Rogers sports on NewsRadio eight forty W H. All right moron. Rip gate or whatever it's called New Orleans. I think they've opened a huge can of worms about refunding bets. That sport that sportsbook in New Jersey's actually refunding bets on that game, man. More than that. That's goodwill gesture so you get the promotion, and then people have come more people come to start bet. People say, well, what about this game when I got robbed, and that's good point doors boxer six twenty eight NewsRadio. Eight forty w h s the Wall Street citizen junior Bank. Bloomberg money update. Here's Courtney Donohoe. Good morning. Tony futures under pressure this morning as investors returned to work after the long weekend. The International Monetary Fund's gloomy forecast for global growth fierce of slowing momentum in China and uncertainty over trade or all combining to spook markets. Fedex is starting an employee buyout program. The.

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Student arrested for posting vid of himself shooting AR zombies in school

WIBC Programming

05:41 min | 3 years ago

Student arrested for posting vid of himself shooting AR zombies in school

"A southern Indiana high school student now facing expulsion after. Being arrested for posting a clip from the video game that appeared. To, show a school shooting at his high school eighteen year old Sean small was arrested for intimidation After posting a video from the zombie augmented reality game but lets you use your own locations from your phone. The video posted to Facebook, showed small shooting zombies inside Scott's Berg high

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