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Fresh update on "clayton" discussed on Joe DeCamara and Jon Ritchie
"Well, the other car question here in order not to try a few more examples. Drew Brees. That case is on its tail for three years now, and the same team a contract tension on your face is playing well before his injury. The past drafted Jimmy Jim wanted Tom Brady. He played out of his mind and made them trade. Jimmy G. Even McNabb got benched for Cobb and McNabb nearly led us to the Super Bowl that year. But after the Eagles on the Super Bowl and falls like the Eagles to the playoffs against ST the Eagles dump pulls, and they gave Carson the big contract and said, You're the guy. You're a guy Now. What has he done? He's been okay not 2017, or even top 10. Good. Is an average to above average, and this year he's been the worst quarterback in the NFL when she is mentally weak. And if you can't handle his house on eBay starting quarterback in this league, stop babying him with kid gloves. I agree, sir, I agree with you, man. I think you think you're spot on there. I really don't Right, Sam, give me a famous noise. Yeah. Go with have understand with baseball, hitting a baseball bat the crack. It's a great way to hit them in the Glover in the blood on the bat. The bat crack of the bat. Good stuff, Sam. I like that. Are you mentally weak? If you're not getting the Proper. I don't know Tools to succeed, you know, like about coaching. We talked about town around you. Well, the talent's not there. We all acknowledge that right? Correct like you. You do acknowledge that it could be better. You should be better. When when Carson goes out there and and flounders and, you know, refuses toe pull the trigger on gimme throws and that sort of thing. What kind of I don't know. Reinforcement, negative or otherwise? Is he getting? I don't know like that when I see the tools. Yeah, the coaching Coaching is not Changing the way that he's playing. So the mentally weak thing goes against the headstrong thing. I feel like there must be some headstrong playing in here. I get that. But you do think that's a job. You do think he's mentally weak, right? Yeah. I mean, we're seeing that you bothered by his crumbling you bothered by that. I mean, you better be Yeah, I'm bothered by the fact that this guy could fall this far. Kids listen, the thing with Hertz there's but there's two different actors to different aspects of the decision to draft hurts. That people will say is unfair to Carson. One is you don't get a playmaking offensive player or not making defensive player in a second round. That's that's one thought. And it's true. I mean, it is true. The second is and I think most people, I think think this is a bigger factor. The psychological effect on Carson that they drafted a quarterback in the second round, which is far different than drafting, you know, Clayton Thorsen couple years ago when I think was the fifth round. Or, you know, let's get an A J. Feeley in the six or seven or whatever ground that was like, But John, let me ask you a question about the and I know we're just kind of supposing here and trying to Climb inside, Carson said without really knowing, But we wait here. I'm talking. We see him play. Don't you think? If the Eagles signed, for instance, Ryan Fitzpatrick to be the backup quarterback in Pretty good chance. Fitzpatrick will be a backup quarterback for somebody next year. Let's just say jail in hurts that exists and eagles next year sign Ryan Fitzpatrick to be the backup. Don't you think that Would also be something that could get in. Carson wants his head. I mean, he's a backup, I think soon today. No, I I think that that's exactly what we needed to do this year. Bringing you know Josh McCown to town would have really helped this year. Don't think Carson is I mean, he's proving every week that he is not as in advanced. You know, X is in those wise as we all expected he was when he was looking that way three years ago. It really helped with him coming off the sidelines and talking to Josh McCown at the end of last year on that right now, I think that was a big deal You need that jail in Hertz is is not providing insight. Tonto, You know. What did you see? What'll work that sort of thing on the sideline between dry. Well, you're ready. You are right about that. But listen, the Eagles took a different approach for their future. Meaning sure you're gonna have Ah, lesser Guide to give him guidance because presumably this is a rookie. Wouldn't it goes against the idea of putting everything into supporting your franchise guy? You paid him like the franchise guy. You have to be all in Likes trying to split the difference like they're do like people don't do this because it doesn't work and we're seeing that. Yeah, but they do it when they don't believe in the first guy. That was the point the whole time. That's and that's what I was trying to tell people after the draft in April. I mean, if you remember and James, you'll remember this Well what I said after the draft this This is an indication Eagles don't really believe in West it, Isse. And I think it's proven true. Now I know you didn't want to hear it then and it was certain extent people still don't want to hear it. But it's what itwas it's what itwas for what it's worth. All right, let's do what we do every single day. Well, normally on Tuesday After a game, But in this case today's removed.
Recount resumes today in some metro Atlanta counties
"Counting in some metro atlanta counties resumes. Monday as the presidential recount in georgia begins to wind down workers in cobb to cab and gwinnett counties. Were set to begin counting again. Monday work continued in fulton county on sunday and the county expects to finish. Count on monday. Spokesman daryl carver said clayton county finished. Its recount sunday. Georgia's one hundred. Fifty nine counties were given until midnight wednesday to complete the work. It's the third count in the presidential election in the first tally. Joe biden defeated incumbent president. Donald trump by about fourteen thousand votes in an audit ordered by secretary of state. Brad raffin burger in which votes were counted by hand. Biden's lead narrow twelve thousand six hundred seventy out of some. Five million ballots cast after several counties discovered. They had not tallied thousands of ballots
Sea Hunt - It's Still Alive - Synthetic Hero
"It's time for another installment of seon. It's still alive and this time we're going back to season. Three episode twenty titled synthetic hero synthetic hero first aired on may twenty first nineteen sixty and we find might down in a caribbean harbor whereas working with a company. Dredging that harbor as mike is underwater scouting ahead of the dredge. He finds an uncharted wreck and discovers. That it's the navy. Ls number four to seven seven and s. t short for landing ship tank one of those ships that can push up onto the beach and offload equipment. I spent three years on t. Eleven ninety eight. The us bristol county in the late nineteen seventies. Well mike notifies the navy and meets with a captain sellers. Who tells mike that lsd four to seven seven went missing on september twelfth. Nineteen forty four. He also tells mike that eighteen crew members die. Two of the survivor's however jack clayton. Who was the captain and tom. Maury who clayton a hero saved might be interested in the finding captain. Sellers asked my to find out what happened before the dredging operators blow up the ship in the next scene mike walking down the pier carrying his doubles in one hand and the other equipment slung over his shoulder. One handed doubles. Wow there he meets the survivors. Jack clayton in tom. Worry along with jack's wife. Susan is it me or there are a lot of suzy's and susan's on john. Jack wants to dive with. Mike and tom will be on. Deck for support might convince the dredging operators to give him forty eight hours on the rack and try to find out what happened to l. s. t. four to seven as the scene shifts. We see jack getting into his gear. Mike i'm not so sure jack knows what he's doing. Jack says he's just a little rusty so the giants dryden and make their way to direct can split up. Mike little confused because jack doesn't seem to be all that incompetent in the water. Well they don't find anything and get back on the vote jackson's really agitated. They only have one more day to solve the mystery as the sun comes up the next day and they're back on the water. Mike is getting all geared up and ready to go. Clayton is fiddling around. Mike frustrated at the delay when suddenly clayton drops tanks over the side. And you see it's sinking to the bottom. Mike has no choice but to retrieve it and hoping that this is last delay and that the tank isn't a jinx on jack's back so now the two of them are back. Underwater jet goes to the bow area. And mike heads. Aft inside the engine room. And he finds a blast hole below the waterline as he exits the space with this newfound knowledge. Suddenly a nightmare of junk is falling on top of him. It could only have been shoved on top of him by one person jack. Clayton isn't a clumsy amateur. Mike frees himself and chases. After jack jack pulls knife and they get into a fight might prevails and takes jack back to the surface with a hammerlock back on the boat. We find out that. Jack wasn't trying to kill mike. Just trying to scare you. See jack confesses that it was all his fault that l. s. t. four to seven seven sank during the attack. It says he's he steered the ship into a reef where it sank and that the enemy didn't do it at all. Tom is very angry now. And they locked jack in the cabin while mike makes one more dive on the wreck. Mike is back in the engine room now and he finds something just then dynamite from dredge operators detonates and the ship starts to collapse on mike he stuck in his regulators damaged back topside jackass yelling to get out because might my need help. Tom refuses pleased. So jack breaks out of the cabin and gives tom a karate chop knocking him out. Jack johnson finds mike. They buddy breathe while he frees him from the wreck and you get back to the bill before they surface. Susan comes aboard. Gets weeks. Tom up just mike and jack return. Jack tells suzy the ship sinking was all his fault. Susan doesn't care. She understands just then. Mike produces his find a piece of metal from japanese shell. That shank sank the four to seven seven. Jack still a hero a synthetic hero. Well i guess. Hollywood took a lot of liberties here. Let's see an ls t. Operating independently in the caribbean by itself doing battle with either a japanese ship or submarine seems a little farfetched. But as we know from mike nelson. Nothing is improbable.
Volunteers Give Out Thousands Of Free Turkeys For Thanksgiving in New York
"Families struggling to make ends meet. Charities and celebrities have been pitching in this weekend to make sure those in need get to eat Turkey on Thanksgiving, the the place place to to be be at at the the Tompkins Tompkins houses houses without without the the handball handball court. court. They They were were handing handing out out free free turkeys turkeys for for Thanksgiving Thanksgiving and and a a box box with with all all the the fixings. fixings. What What made made it it even even more special was the comedian Tracy Morgan was there. He grew up in the Tompkins houses. So his childhood friend Clayton Davis said Coming back to hand out turkeys was important to the star. You know, he jokes and house one and everything else. But he's also the type of person that likes to give back to the community even more since its accident and resident Iris Garcia was impressed and grateful. That's awesome. awesome. Maybe Maybe awesome. awesome. God God bless bless him him and and his his family. family. Don't Don't go go for for community. community. Morgan Morgan was was critically critically injured injured back back in in 2016. 2016. When When the the limo limo he he was was in in was was rear rear ended ended on the New Jersey Turnpike. Another person was killed. Organism best known for his work on Saturday Night Live Live and and 30 30 Rock. Rock. Carol Carol D'Auria D'Auria 10 10 10 10 wins wins in in Brooklyn. Brooklyn. Now Now this this message message Geico Geico 15 15
The White House Clings to False Claims of Massive Voter Fraud
"Is refusing to cooperate with President elect Joe Biden's transition to the White House. While his legal team clings to allegations of election fraud Correspondent Clayton Level report says the days where on Democrats and some Republicans are urging the president to move forward with a smooth transition of power. Republican leading U. S. Chamber of Commerce, now encouraging the president to move on with the transition to President elect Joe Biden's administration business groups across the country with a similar message. President elect joined a phone call with a number of U. S governors this week and says they insisted their fight fight against against the the Corona Corona virus. virus. Pandemic Pandemic would would be be more more effective effective with with a a smooth smooth transition transition to to the the presidency. presidency. We We need need much much more more testing. testing. We We need need much much more more masculine masculine minutes minutes more more We need gloves. I asked them East to go and ask the national governorsassociation through the Governor Cuomo. And the ones on the line to let us know what the shortages aren't what they anticipate because we're gonna move on day one that should be moved on now now, But if it waits takes a long time to get this thing going, he was asked what he believed Americans are witnessing with President Trump's refusal to concede the election after witnessing incredible irresponsibility. Incredibly damaging message is being sent to the rest of the world about how democracy functions. functions. He He called called the the president's president's behaviors behaviors far far from from ordinary. ordinary. This This is is going going to to be be another another Issue Issue where where he he will will go go down down in in history history as being almost irresponsible presidents in American history. It's Z just out of them. Not even within the Norman all these questions whether it's even legal, which brings up the possibility of Biden's team legally pursuing cooperation from the Trump administration. Something the president elect says he doesn't want to do but hasn't ruled out would take a lot of time. Take take time. It's not going to speed it up considerably. In my view, the
Jay Clayton looks back on the 'driving force' during his term heading the SEC
"Sec chairman jay clayton assert stepping down from his post at the end of the year months ahead of his planned. June twenty twenty one departure. This news was mostly welcomed by those in the crypto space with larry. Cermak the block. Tweeting that this boded well for a long-awaited bitcoin. Etf surprisingly on cnbc clayton also said that. The inefficiencies of existing payment systems have driven the rise of bitcoin
Dallas police officer dies of complications from COVID-19, family says
"50. Dallas police officers and city leaders are grieving the loss of Sergeant bronc McCoy w B. A. P S. Clayton Nevil reports. McCoy's family confirms he died this week from complications with covert 19 Dallas police chief Rene Hall asking for prayers for the McCoy family. She calls him a dedicated announced standing officer and Dallas Mayor Eric Johnson tweeting that he's heartbroken but grateful for McCoy's service to the city. Sergeant McCoy with the Dallas Police Department was
48-year-old Dallas police officer dies because of COVID-19
"Kobe 19 has claimed the life of a Dallas police officer. Here's W B A. P S Clayton level with more 48 year old Dallas police Sergent Bronc McCoy died this Week in a local hospital. His family says he was battling Co Big 19 and was recovering until his fight took a turn for the worst last week when his sister says he had a stroke and was put on a ventilator. McCoy leaves behind two Children, DPD, mourning his loss, calling the sergeant and outstanding and dedicated
Kim Ng Makes Baseball History
"We'll somali i. Can you talk about your own relationship with kim hang. How did you get to know her. I started reporting on the dodgers around two thousand eight or nine with espn. And i'd see her on the field and she always was just kind of calmly standing there and you know just seemed like whatever interaction she had with people were seemed to be efficient and short and so it kind of intrigued me. Who is this person. So we just got to talking like. Oh this is this is coming. She's says gm and all of a sudden she's telling me stuff like we've got this kid kenley jansen as a catcher. You really can't hit those we put them on a mound and the results are interesting. Clayton's working on a slider molly. You should really check it out. But the where she would say it was so matter of fact and so dislike whole-home that that's kind of what stood out to me about her and then we've kept in touch over the years. How would you describe her personality. What she like completely unflappable. I think the first thing that needs to be done is. I've got a really familiarize myself with all. The ins and outs of the players. Deadpans are totally cool under pressure. Like the person you gonna call if you were kidnapped and needed the ransom delivered by noon with no you know without tipping off the police or anything else you. She won't be there. Where are we who these players are. And you know. That's that's at this point. The nuts and bolts of the job. Well for those. Who don't know that much about kim. And can you tell us about her career path so she played softball diversity of chicago. She was an infielder. She was really good. I was really a a sports nut love to play and she then became an intern with the white sox and twenty one years old working in the white sox baseball ops as an intern and at the time the other white sox were very good club had a lot of good young players and it was really just about learning and soaking it. All in absorbing all that i could and by the time she was twenty nine she was brian. Cashman the yankees assistant general manager and that was in one thousand nine hundred ninety eight. They won titles ninety eight ninety nine and two thousand now. Let's be clear here. That had she been a man she would have gotten a gm job somewhere else. But that didn't happen. Molly you about saying and how. She operated differently than her peers in l. a. Can you tell us about that. I mean that that dodgers organization was by a bunch of guys who were so emotional so yell at each other so in their feelings she was just sort of just like standing there. Like i can't believe you guys and so it was just like toddlers running around at her feet. Two thousand five. The gm position becomes open and she interviewed for that job. What happens there. She was by all accounts. She was right there and franklin court the former owner of the dodgers wanted to hire her her pedigree spoke for itself. She had three world series rings. She had sixteen years in the business and the owner frank mccord. He wanted the credit of hiring the first female general manager. But what i was told later was that he was scared of the backlash of being the first guy to fire a female general manager. Because as we know it's a cutthroat industry n. gm's they don't their shelf life long even talented ones and so that was one of the reasons he was too scared of that. I guess the mcchord years got really ugly and about i say i wanna say two months before. The dodgers filed for bankruptcy. Because of a court drove the team into the ground. She got out of there and went to work with joe. Torry be again demonstrating how smart. She is molly. You know as well as anybody that kim has been talked about for basically twenty years now as the person who is going to be the first woman. Gm in baseball. Do you have a sense. For how many teams have considered her or interviewed for this position. Because yesterday when i wrote my story i published. I said as far as we know. The dodgers angels the padres the giants the mariners. They've all any reader and within like two minutes. My story going up. Somebody with orioles texted me. Oh we interviewed or to like it was just like everybody is interviewed her. Just sit there going through this anymore. They're just putting me through this so they can fill their quota or whatever i'm not gonna put myself section but she just did not give up and that's really the way a lot of my career has gone is just every step of the way it working as hard as i could give you my nose to the grindstone and just you know getting to the next level but i think this is so valuable to any of us who do have specific dream in mind about something. We'd like to do one day. And that's you know when you call close and you don't get that job that you desperate for just got a flick flush it and let it go and not let it break you to the point where you're not going to try again.
Biden flips Arizona as Dems tell Senate Republicans to 'move on' and accept reality
"Has now apparently flipped his fourth state from the GOP to the Democrats with Arizona now in the Blue column after being called last night. The presidential race has yet to be called in North Carolina and in Georgia, where the secretary of state has initiated a hand recount of the ballots, and that's scheduled to be finished by this coming Wednesday. Much of the action now moving to courtrooms and the streets as we hear from national correspondent Clayton level Michael. It's been nearly a week since Joe Biden was projected President elect President Trump's lawyers still alleging voter fraud but yet to present proof Several cases have been dismissed Biden moving forward by establishing his cabinet and speaking with world leaders, but the Trump administration hasn't granted Biden access to classified briefings. Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer growing agitated by the day, Republicans should stop their shenanigans about an election that President Trump has already lost. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi calling out Republican leaders who side with Trump's refusal to concede there engaging, absurd circus. Right now, refusing to accept reality Republicans so shamefully pretending a proceeding without recognizing what our responsibility is. Well, many Republicans are reserved on the topic. Several have begun to bend a little Senator John Thune, now offering that he believes it's important from a national security standpoint. Other notable names with similar messages, but not conceding the election. Senator John Cornyn, Lindsey Graham and Chuck Grassley to name a few this while President Trump's supporters show no signs of losing hope. Rallies being held daily Protest ng Joe Biden as the projected winner cannot call the election on Lee. The voters of the United States they're living in the White House press secretary Kayleigh Mcenany said this week. She expects it to be quite large. Stop the steel rally slated all over the country this weekend. Lieutenant Colonel Allen West Organizing one of them in Texas. We got to stand with our president. Let him know that we got his back. Organizers expect big crowds. The 1st 10 minutes of the call A prayer with some singers afterwards use a patriotic songs to have probably have about 2 3000 people at this event and so Comes go to support our country. Foremost and President Trump the events, causing some local authorities to cringe, but not because of politics. Instead, the risk of crowds amid a growing number of covert 19 cases in the U. S. But it didn't stop Democrats from taking to the streets to celebrate last week and likely won't impact. Republicans plans to voice their frustration this weekend. I'm Clayton Nevel.
‘This Isn't Over!': Dallas Trump Supporters Refuse to Accept Defeat
"President Trump's supporters rallied this week in North Texas against projections of the Joe Biden as president elect President Trump's supporters waiting flags and holding signs as they march outside the Dallas County Elections Office Message stop the steel crowd, not giving up hope. Only the United States Constitution in the justice system declared to the president as the president's legal team takes alleged election fraud to the court. Rally goers confident in the legal process, It's gonna be awesome. Whenever the truth comes out, many urging patience as the process could take days or even weeks in Dallas. Clayton Nevel W B. AP New
What the Crypto Industry Could See Under a Biden Administration
"So to the question. I'm sure everybody's wondering about. He had asked for advocating on behalf of the industry or the community. How will that change. And to describe that sort of set the baseline by describing how or what. The strategy was the trump administration. And how you think that will change under a potential biden administration. Yes you have to remember. The biggest barrier to getting better policy in washington is an education barrier. This is a really new emerging fast emerging space. It's complicated it's difficult for policy makers to find the time to to learn the ins and outs of how it works Another challenge we have. Is that most of your everyday. Average consumers don't really do much with crypto yet. And so it's not top of mind. For policymakers by our strategy over the past couple of years has been to grow the base of champions on these issues and work with them to put forth. What we think are thoughtful. Good solutions Another important piece of what we do. Is we try to stop bad things from happening. Which we've succeeded. Add a couple of times on the legislative side because it's just as important to stop bad things than it is to get good things going forward and i would they an example if well there've been a couple bills that have been floated introduced like a very early version of the manage stable coins or securities. Act for example. You know that would have defined stable coins in a way that it wasn't intended to so the spirit of the legislation might might not have actually been not terrible but the way it was drafted was was would have been very hurtful to the industry and so we were able to work with that office get some of those definitions change but ultimately it stalled into able to prevent that from going forward the the because these are such niche issues. For policymakers we really had to rely heavily on those who have a personal passion for this space. So you know has to pursue. You've interviewed multiple times brian brooks. They've been fantastic. Allies champions to have and having them in those spots heads you know not only have they been able to put forth their own ideas. But they've been able to educate their peers their regulatory regulator peers on on cryptos that. That's positive any congress we. Have you know some good champions that are continuing to put ideas forward but the reality is it's a long way towards actually getting big comprehensive package across the finish line so as we look to the biden administration is if that is indeed dealing with. I mean who knows anything could change. I actually think the combination of a biden administration with the republican senate. Which i think is where we're going but again that could change too but those that is really really good for crypto and there are couple of reasons for that that the trump administration is a little bit mixed. Right as i mentioned we have. Has we have brian. They're great we'll secretary mnuchin. Who's not a big fan of the space Trump himself We have jay clayton. Who has been a skeptic Those are you know mnuchin. Clayton are appointed by trump And they've been standing in the way of getting something so as we look to the biden administration were hoping to be able to get educated crypto educated regulators in key positions in the sec. The cftc sec and doing what we can to try to influence those choices and in survivable played important role in picking. Those people are but because we have a republican senate. Those choices i think. We're going to be much more moderate than they would have. If if the democrats take the senate Under a democrat controlled senate than the progressives Have a little bit more of a say in who those. Those people are but If the senate banking committee is controlled by pat toomey mitch mcconnell's running the senate floor. Those guys are not going to approve of somebody. That's two left and they're gonna need to get some republican votes for those positions. So i think that's good for crypto because the support we've had from democrats tends to be those that are a little bit more to business that are open to You know private sector innovation. And i think that that that is actually a winning combination in. There's potential to get some great great
Los Angeles Dodgers win World Series, but also become super spreaders of the virus?
"They won with a powerful lineup. But did they risk turning the world Siri's into a corona virus super spreader into a super spreader event? It Let's let's talk about the good things for a Shall we then Los Angeles Dodgers win the World Series first time since 1988 and had been a long time coming in a lot of failed a lot of false starts at the beginning of this decade in terms of winning So many division titles and just sputtering in the playoffs, losing to the infamous Houston Astros in the 2017 world, serious getting beaten by the Red Sox in 2018, and this time they were great. They were fantastic. Even Clayton Kershaw that everyone talked about couldn't get the monkey off of his back. He comes out and wins. Two games in the series, and it was great for them. I think that they they did it the way that great teams are supposed to. They scored more than half of their runs with two outs. Everyone's looking for all that clutch. All those clutch performances and the Dodgers really did come through. They were They were fantastic. Even with the crazy game for 87 collapse that we thought was going to turn the Siri's around in a different direction tied it, too. But at the very At the next turn, The Dodgers come back and they never look back. They are champions, and they very much deserved it. Even though it was an eight game season. It was very much Before playoffs and everything else. Yeah, it's it's a legit championship. But but but but but Justin Turner removed from the game because it was positive for Corona virus. He returned for a celebration often mask lists hugging people. He sat next to Dave Roberts, the manager who is a cancer survivor, and therefore more at risk. How How do you finish that sentence? How do we characterize this? Well, he characterizes as a massive massive Hey, irresponsibility on the part of Justin Turner on the part of the Dodgers and certainly on the part of Major League baseball, even though Major League Baseball has tried to get out in front of this by laying the blame at the feet of Justin Turner, and it is his responsibility. However, I have a hard time believing that that he was allowed to play with an inconclusive test, so they took him off of the field after the test was Was found to be positive. But if you have an inconclusive test, how do you let him play in the first place? And so everyone's going to take responsibility for this, But this is what we're seeing across the board were seeing this at the University of Florida with all of their positive test. We're seeing it with the big 10 as well on the Big 10 had made the decision earlier not to play, and then they got bullied by the president into playing, and now they're canceling games. This is the thing Scott we talked about this months ago. Everyone saw this coming, but this country has just made a decision not to care about it. And, of course, the discussion of the weak. Ah, Kevin Cash, the Tampa manager, pulling Blake smell Blake Snell, Tampa Cy Young Award winning pitcher after he struck out nine after just 5.5 innings because of analytics. Tampa lost with almost the next pitch as this decision become emblematic of these over analysed times. Well, absolutely. But I had a revelation during this world serious guy and I think I've always known it, but it it wasn't crystallized until watching this. I don't watch baseball or I don't watch sports for wins and losses. I watch sports for competition. And this this thing they did not let Blake smell compete. And this happened at a time. When look at who we lost during this baseball season where you've lost the great picture, Whitey Ford, you lost the great competitor, Bob Gibson. And these players, they're legends come from competition, and if you're not going to let a player compete, what is the purpose of being a Cy Young Award winner? You're not even going to be allowed to have these classic championship moments. If they pull you out of the game. This is why we watch in baseball. At least the Tampa Bay Rays took that away from us. Howard Bryant of ESPN Well said, Thanks so much. Thank you.
World Series Game 6: Rays decision to pull Blake Snell immediately backfires
"Kevin cash taking up. Blake, Snell in the sixth inning last night with one and one out and a one nothing lead snow had been brilliant to that point no runs no walks nine strikeouts. The move backfired immediately the dodgers got two quick runs off Nick Anderson added another later in the game on a home run by Mookie Betts and won the world series. We'll bond. Can you defend what cash did? No And I don't WanNa hear anybody else tried defended either because some things are just indefensible and this is one of them Tony I I'm offended by what I saw last night just somebody who grew up on baseball whose I love and sport was baseball played baseball pitch and just offensive. So numbers are so important to you Kevin cash that you can't use your eyes which is supposed to be professionally trained and steeled, and you've been benched coach and manager then all these days and you don't know when you need to leave the guy alone you. WanNa, take the game away from the players take the game away from a starting pitcher whose lights out who the other team is. Now, not afraid of going Oh my God is shaking their heads and you don't have the baseball since in you to leave him alone and ride your good fortune to have this guy going this. Well, totally I was in contact via text with a couple of former recent former notable major league baseball players, and they were as startled about this development as I was and I just couldn't. No. There's no defending it. Yeah I'M GONNA. Give it a shot at defending human I'm going to preface it by saying if we don't learn from history, we're always going to be doomed to repeat it Kevin. Cash. Has Seen Blake Snell. He has managed Blake Snell for years. Now he's seen them all year. He hasn't gone through the sixth all year I'm going to read from my notes Ziara in these playoffs in the first four innings where he's been great as one point three, five from then on it's twelve point five, six last week Snell no hit the dodgers for four and two thirds and Then, in rapid order walk homer walk single and cash has seen all of this the last guy up before he gave him, the Hook was the ninth patron, the order, and he hit a rope to center field, and now at this point you've got bets and you've got SEGER coming up for a third time. The mistake isn't Yanking Snell to me the mistake is putting in Anderson Innocence the wrong guy in the regular season he's lights out but in the playoffs is over five and Mike and his last six appearances, he's allowed to run I I I understand that Kevin? Is. An. Easy target and a totally legitimate target. I just think in this case, he had seen Snell all year and the hulk wasn't as bad as what he did home. You're not playing lifetime achievement. You're playing the damn game tonight right? You is your sense of everything. This is your livelihood I don't care what he did last week. This guy has given up one hard hit ball maybe a second heart. It Ball. Alright. So yes, you got what you're saying about bringing a guy in who's been lit up lately I don't WanNa go that far I don't care who he had going warmed up. You have got a guy on the mound that has the other people in the other Doug. If you're a manager the time we know you're watching them to and they are shaking their heads when they walk back to. The dugout he has stymied them. If you're not smart if all you're doing is playing probability Tony, then go work at the win in Vegas I don't WanNa see you near a baseball diamond. So let me go back into this for a second because it's something we'll have to live with if he never wins forever in the way that great little does the way the Darryl bevill does. Making these what appear to be bonehead calls but I would tell you Dave Roberts said the same thing with Clayton Kershaw he let him pitched to two batters in the sixth inning whenever it was and he knew that Ziara after a certain point was bad and he took them out to protect him and to make sure the dodgers won that game I think managers do this I don't. You know I'm not crazy about analytics I don't WanNa take an anti intellectual viewpoint here that I think that certain people it's absurd managers rely too much on numbers and not enough on you but I think the mistake was who he put in not what we took out. One of the guys I was texting with last night we might be said half the front office is in baseball would have done this and it's not just a managers front office last night was bad night for Baseball Tony. You could say baseball's we at five. We know better than somebody even most cases who's twenty five years old. It's a sad night for baseball that a guy pitching a masterpiece. What are you take? You defendant Kevin Casting Colfax or Gibson? That's the kind of performance. This guy was spinning last night and he took them out and it's a sad night. It's a sad night for baseball I don't care how anybody who wants to defend it or painted even Kevin cast I don't care what he has to say.
Los Angeles Dodgers win World Series for first title since 1988
"Is a winning their first World Series title since 1988 After coming up short twice the previous three years, the Dodgers closing out their seventh championship by rallying for a 31 victory over the Tampa Bay Rays in Game six of the fall Classic. Course, it erases the pain felt by the Dodgers and fans following the world Siri's losses in 2017 and 2018. Clayton Kershaw knows that that pain all too well,
Los Angeles Erupts As Dodgers Win First World Series Championship In 32 Years
"I WANNA zoom out here now on the dodgers as this franchise because this was their first championship in thirty two years and I was watching Dave Roberts and putting aside all of the Cova. Complications it was hard not to feel something for that guy and it was hard to feel something for this organization N. This fan base and this city. So what did you make of the dodgers finally getting over? This. Particular Hump, you know I think that Dave Roberts has been a guy who at times has been rightly maligned for his decision making but the decision making that will stick with me from this postseason has to do with two pitchers Clayton Kershaw in Julio. Arenas Dave Roberts twenty four hours before he won a world series championship got booed by a crowd that was almost entirely dodger fans at a neutral site stadium. It was a really weird thing. This guy who's got all these supposed demons and October's getting a standing ovation coming off the field. For for people who think he should have stayed in the game it was just a very bizarro situation and you know what I think Dave? Roberts. made the right move there. And people are always going to say process over outcome process over outcome raised died on that mantra and. Dave Roberts lived on it. He ended up going with Julio Arias for the last three innings of the clincher in the S. In the last three innings of the clincher in the world series he had Clayton Kershaw and Kenley Jansen, his two rocks out in the bullpen ready and willing to go and he said now I'm a stick with a kid who's pitching. He stuck with the guy who looked good and that is one thing that Kevin cash did not do. And there's an argument to be made. That they lost the world series because of that. And then you look at Julio. Maria Standing There Austin Barnes catching that call third strike in grabbing the ball with his right hand and stuffing in his back pocket. That's history in his back pocket right there and the celebration that came afterward and all of the madness and weirdness and oddity of two thousand twenty being wrapped up in such a perfect though.
The Latest: Kershaw beats Rays again, gives LA Series lead
"The Dodgers are one win from their first World Series title in thirty two years after beating the rays in game five forty two LA got solo home run from jock Peterson and Max Muncy and in a rematch of game one starters Clayton Kershaw wanted over Tyler Glasnow Kershaw allowed two runs over five and two third innings and the bullpen followed with three in the third scoreless frames Blake Treinen got the final three outs for the save I am mark Myers
Dodgers squander Game 4, leaving the World Series tied
"87 win over the Dodgers in Game four, is one of the wildest of World Series history down to the final strike rate. Phillip size it with an R B I single centerfielder Kris Taylor kicks the ball and the relay to the plate gets away from casual Smith, allowing the winning run to score. Rays outfielder Kevin Care Meier when we had our backs against the wall and and found ways to comeback throughout the whole season, you know is not the new for us, but we know that we have to do something assume as possible. To try to take the pressure off us and put it back on them was hurries now, even to Clayton Kershaw faces Tyler Glass. Now in tonight's Game five, A
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"clayton" Discussed on PTI
"Seen the future coming up I see US discussing whether Odell Beckham Junior will play for the browns on Sunday and have the Houston Rockets settled on. Mike Dantonio is replacement maybe it's going to be woven. That's why he's not here. Well. I'll tell you this daryl more. He's not picking A. Now, you're. Y WII out. Yep. Happy time people happy fortieth birthday sue bird there can't be any room left on the mantelpiece for all the trophies. Bird is one last week Berg, our forth WNBA title with the Seattle Storm. She has four Olympic gold medals. She had two national championships at UCONN. She was the number one overall pick in the WNBA and in seventeen seasons, she's been all WNBA first or second. Team eight times she has the most assists in league history two, thousand, eight, hundred, Eighty, eight by way of comparison. If bird played as many games as John, Stockton, at her rate of assists, she would have eight, thousand, three, hundred, sixty, nine, which would be good for twelfth all time in the NBA that appears to be apples to oranges I know and so is this sort of Seattle coach Gary Kloppenburg. Says, bird is the greatest Seattle athlete of all time and that would take in the mariners the Seahawks, the old songs you can argue bird over Gary Payton maybe even burn over Steve Large in Russell. Wilson. But you can't aren't convert over Ken griffey junior or Seattle. Come on had probably take Ken Griffey I'm GonNa do a little Michael Wilbon name-dropping. I actually spoke to sue bird about a week ten days ago. You know she missed last season with a knee injury won the championship. But how do you along Garland guy not mentioned that you from Sciatic how do you not do that? I actually did this is the first time I'm hearing.
"clayton" Discussed on PTI
"About this. I loved. And we've been doing this a long time. We've been friends a lot longer and he took a couple of days off to play golf in Arizona where said, he hasn't seen a cloud in three weeks good for him. I hope he's banging around Oprah's getting it over two hundred and fifty art you guys are in eighty. One eight good for we're to PTI boys and girls in today's episode. The Astros win again the chiefs Levian bell and Aaron Rodgers takes on Tom Brady. But we begin today with another playoff disaster for Clayton Kershaw it was roughed up in the six last night by Ronaldo Kunia Junior, Freddy Freeman Marcello sooner the gold bars of the braves lineup by the end of the inning Kershaw had given up four earned runs and he'd been yanked from the game. The dodgers didn't help just three hits all game there now down three one frank to put this all along Kershaw no I don't and for legendary columnists like yourself, I kind of feel like you buried the lead a little bit. Bryce Wilson here's a guy hadn't anything yet twenty two years old. He's a big kid to for twenty two years old how? It. Looks like he's about thirty. He was terrific. He retired twelve thirteen that he struck out the side in the fifth and then in the sixth inning, he gets out of it. John smoltz seventy came in. He says, if he lets one guy on, he's out of the game and then the sixth inning full Clayton Kershaw. What here's a guy was a legendary pitcher Tony I'm thinking about it is he like Dan Marino, a great regular season player but doesn't get it done in the postseason here the stats eleven twelve. Now in the postseason, he's ninety nine games over five hundred in the regular season but he doesn't get it done in the playoffs. Yeah I mean the analogy I would make more like Greg Maddox was eleven and fourteen. Yeah. In the playoffs and it was one of the greatest pitchers of all time. Let me go to the glasses for this because going into this game lifetime Kershaw was five zero against the braves with an era under to I'm trying to come up with a reason to not pin this on Kershaw and I am failing you wonder, was he not taking out fast enough in the manager said, and I'm quoting I felt really good about Clayton at that point in time when a couple. Of people were on in the sixth inning, they're up there worse and more damning statistics his era round by round in the playoffs gets worse in the division series it's three, six eight. In the S it's four, eight, four in the world series it's five four from the sixth inning on its seven three one, it's terrible trajectory. It's absolutely terrible. The dodgers didn't hit I worried about this yesterday and I said it on the air. What if they had all their offense for the whole series of the last two winnings again to and the first three innings of game three But I. I'm struck by sadness because I like Clayton Kershaw. Hall of Fame Pitcher I don't have any other emotion other than saying this because I can't find a way to say it's not him. You know and you know you mentioned maddox he was on the team that won the world series and it feels like with Kershaw until his team wins, he's always going to be looked at as a guy that came up short. Now you mentioned the sixth-inning to me he's got start the sixth inning. Is from the Senate. It's a one one game time around after Freddy Freeman with somehow it's a ground ball double through the right side of the God Once. But when Osuna comes up, that's when you gotta take him out. He hit a home run against him. That's when you gotta bring in the bullpen because the go ahead run into scored. So, you say, you have to start him in the sixth inning. I'm not disagreeing with that. He's earned it over so many years he's a great pitcher, but these statistics show that from the sixth inning on playoff games. It's awful. It's awful on words and I'm looking at the series now and I think the dodgers are the best team in baseball but I don't know how they beat freed and Anderson because those two guys of twelve and two this year and when they pitch the braves are nineteen and four, I don't know how they do that, and so I think it'll be another year of dodgers not getting as far as they. Couldn't land on Kershaw because he's done best player but you know what's great about the playoffs you have a pitcher that nobody knew about a month ago he comes in pitches a great game, and then how about Marcelo soon, as you remind you a little bit and always a better player that how of how Kendrick remember the big hits that Kendra came up with last year in the playoffs and in the world series of how he can write I. Love How I'm Nancefield Howie Kendrick won all of it. All, right. Meanwhile, the Astros or making things interesting the. Korea hit a walk off homer in the bottom of the ninth to beat the raise enforced tonight's game six Tampa has a three two series lead remember that and ace Blake Snell on the mount tonight. So how nervous should the raise really be? The race should be quite nervous. You know but a little less nervous than the astros because the rays can afford to lose again. Yeah. And if the Astros lose out, let's go to smell for a second. He may not be Jim Palmer, but. When. The playoffs he's two in one he's got a two, eight, seven zero. He beat the Astros in. Game. One he went five innings and gave up one run. Okay. Doesn't get into the seventh. But as we've heard from Kevin Catch, I got a stable for horses can go ninety eight. So of snow does what he did in the first time around then they win the game..
"clayton" Discussed on Mason & Ireland
"That was the sixth inning southbound. That's the sixth-inning sound. Real growl. Let me give you A. House that that's that's really a one. Road that's. Out Right now fired up so Kill not oh by the way. Last night in the let's. COME ON JAVA Trench off. So. It was a very, very disowning night very disappointing, and let's say first of all. That the dodgers. Made. This rookie kid looked like he was a world stopper. And he was throwing fastballs he was attacking the zone. Dodgers could not catch up to him. No matter what they did. It was an unbelievably slow night for the offense and that is a critical reason why they lost but. Go to the sixth inning. Kirsch third time through the lineup. Come on. Go Go. infield single for a Kunia throwing error puts them at second. All right. So let's walk through this. Okay. Okay. So Clayton Clayton Kershaw goes out to start to six infield single for Kunia throwing error by pushing the singing bunce. That was that was not a hard single Kershaw to like dive for it. I thought it was actually a really good player by Kiki says just couldn't get him. Get Him couldn't get him out a really fast. You're not a runner at second nobody off. On Them I don't either Freddy Freeman's coming up. So Freddie's left. So, Clayton. You could've and some people think as soon as Clayton Kershaw got cooney at second Dave Roberts should have pulled them know. Freddy Freeman comes up lefty lefty lefty. Runaround second and Freeman Doubles Homerun now at that point with a string of right handers coming up law Selah zone and Travis d'arno an Ozzy Albee's right handers in a row. That's where you go to the bullpen. That's where you go for your right handed situational high leverage reliever like brewster grabher all. I would have taken out kershaw one batter sooner than Dave Roberts did in the end. GROHL didn't have it victims, Alison have it out McGee didn't have it. Just came up. Lame. So we can put all this on Kershaw and I think it's I honestly think it's fair at this point. Momo the numbers are the numbers are the numbers of all pitchers who have thrown one hundred posts in postseason innings. Clayton. Kershaw has the highest dra that's just flat out fact. He's not I was GONNA try to defend him I was because I know what it was like when we played in these one one games and I just always felt really bad as a hitter that we couldn't get any runs on the board far pitcher right? Like we were putting her in that position all the time like you have to be perfect because we suck. Okay. So I felt bad and I was like you know what? This isn't all on Kershaw the dodgers had three hits all night. Three hits. Three. Book but. Then you sent me that clip from Alex Rodriguez. You sent me Alex Rodriguez talking about what it's like to face Kershaw what a hitter of his caliber of big PAPI's caliber would be thinking when they get in there to face kershaw. One of the things I'm going to bring you inside the dugout on how poppy and big hurt and I will talk if we're facing a guy like like kershaw number one, I, remember ninety, five, three, two pitch when the Yankees play the mariners one, hundred and fifty bitches for David Cone is split to Doug Strange and walk them. We'll say he'll never given if we're talking poppy you and I was GonNa say Okay Give Me Scott reports on Kershaw and was okay. Make sure nobody's listening. Here's the thing. Back, off the plate is gonNA throw in cheat in every time he'll throw it there and then number two. If you get to a three to count, you can swing never walk you. He does not want to walk you right that's a very comforting just getting swing mode three to pitch is the pitch that hitters chase the most if you have a guy that's not willing to walk you, it's just comfortable. It just start your swing and three to curb Otto sooner it. He bounces it is a strike out because the sooner wants to swing right Right Nineteen strikeouts. One Walk to your point handling your ego stubborn stubborn gotta be able to play poker. Oh. So he eld it delayed in l. that man what you do know where the battered digging in against Kershaw a big game and when he he you know a-rod is nice and he's calling it ego. You can't let your ego getting away right of not wanting to walk somebody you know what I say that's fear. Fear you don't WanNa. Walk them because then you're like Oh put another pattern. Just traffic on. I. Got a kitchen stretch I got to pay it all now they might score four runs now that might hit a three run homer. That's fear. That's not ego. It's fear and. That to me is what the dodgers problem is right now they're playing not to lose their playing not. Their play I mean, there's there's so tight. They're so scared. Weird because. Malloy the gut on that stretch from game to the seventy nine all the way through slowly. Getting. Hardest. Hit when you're up five nothing not that hard. There's no pressure on you and pretty relaxes when they're when they're front running. Up Five nothing. We're GONNA take a lot of calls today because dodger fans I think are going to vent and. I'll just tell you some of the stuff that I'm seeing on. So many dodger fans on my twitter. And a lot of people blaming, Dave Roberts. It's Dave Roberts fault that we're in now spot you know not be more wrong now not be more wrong to blame Dave Roberts as has got ace. If you're in cy young you better cy young right there if you are if you are Clayton Kershaw and you're facing a rookie pitcher. In game four of the. You GotTa outpitched them you can't get. By some kid you want to know the difference between the kid and Kershaw. Kids not sitting out there worrying about ten years of playoff failures leg. About legacy, he's done I heard it on her shoulders. You know what he said it's just baseball just me out there pitching his mind is clear like what's that clear the mechanism? Mind is clear. He's not making the moment you big picture with any fear if that kid blows up like the kid, the night did the night before kyle right. Oh, well, no one was expecting him to have a big day. Sure and. The series only going to be even. Even if they lost the series was only gonNA. Lose team they were the ones that are loose. Yeah they're not expected to win. And they're going to. By the way Momo, i. saw I thought Kershaw was GONNA win there. He did and I. As Morales says, I did I did go with Kershaw Day they will never kershaw day is permanently cancelled. Yeah. There's no such thing as Kershaw Danny more because he's just a guy in the postseason come on grimshaw. He's a guy that can get you..
"clayton" Discussed on The Strategerist
"Special Roundtable today and we're even recording video. Which new thing and I know. I'm out of guys appeared hand motions anything else. That happens really more comfortable in audio. Only bet we had to do something special. Because this is a dual strategic podcast in catalyst episode so first off. Hello to my esteemed. Colleague Britney Bang and she's the newly minted editor of the catalyst the Journal of ideas from the Bush Institute were celebrating America at its best Britney. Thanks for doing this for having me. And in past years right around mid-may these folks would be traveling. The country probably first place in the National League West but instead they're here with us so thank you for taking time from your family's to zoom all the way in from across town across Dallas Allen and Clayton Kershaw Clayton the three time Cy Young Award winner nationally. GimMe p thank you so so much for doing this. Yeah thanks for having us here so Brennan kick things off. Sure thanks Inter so. He mentioned that. We're celebrating. America at its best. We're doing that. In our latest issue of the catalyst were really highlighting. The helpers heroes among us and so what better coupled to talk to you than the two of you so I wanted to start by asking you both. Where are you seeing America at? Its Best Ellen. If you WANNA start in Clayton. Gosh you know just in our community. I think we've seen so many people just being really unique on how to connect with one another Especially from our kids perspective. Just feel like people are getting really creative and had some drive-by concerts. These birthday parades that are happening. Even their schools that are doing online learning. And you know we do gain nights the zoom in play. Bingo Since away and so there have been some really cool ways of you just realize. It's such an innate need and s we need to connect with people and so people are getting really creative with how to do that and not see each other in person did I mean to piggyback off. That one of our kiddos their school Did a basically through an email out saying put bears your front windows and Act like your kids are going on a bear hunt and so you can walk your kids around the neighborhood and they can count. The bears stuffed animals they see and I mean that was so fun for does and I think just like Allan said just the innate like wants and needs to connect me just even walking around here in like waving. I mean just simple gesture to wave. I feel like everybody is waving now. And just like saying hi. It's filing as opposed to. Maybe we're so busy. They just zoomed through in. You don't even stop so people definitely aren't as busy now and it's been it's been. There are some great blessings that have come out of this time for us. So it's always inspirational to see athletes. That are active in their communities L. And can you tell us about Kershaw's challenge in what you guys are doing to support the communities that are dealing with cove in nineteen right now. Absolutely yeah Kershaw's challenges. The name of our charity. That claimed I began ten years ago. We're actually about to celebrate our ten year anniversary in every year. We roll out new beneficiaries and projects. Her shot challenge will get to raise money through our ping pong tournament in la through. Casey live our country music concert in Dallas in this year right as we are rolling out our beneficiaries projects for this year. Obviously we're in the midst of Kovin and there are so many organizations that are providing meals relief for people that are usually in meat and so thankfully to our beneficiaries behind every door here in Dallas and the dream center in La. They are on the front lines trying to provide hot meals in relief to people that are in such desperate need and so we just ran out this Cova campaign for two weeks in. I mean it was amazing. We we raised over eighty five thousand dollars just in two weeks for these organization. So you know talk about ways that we've seen America be great and at its best right now. People are desperate to give and to want to find opportunities outlets to be able to give back and we got to see that firsthand we saw so many of our faithful donors to continue to support us. But something that was really cool was that we saw five ten twenty dollar donations from across the country. Just fine to help with whatever that killed. I think that was special to see. Just people just like onset are willing to help and just giving whatever would however much or little they have trying to support other people so definitely definitely cool thing to see out of this tweet campaign you picked to charities one in Dallas One Los Angeles two homes. How did you pick these two organizations to support like do they have special meaning to you also like instead every year? We picked new beneficiaries for our Kershaw's challenge project as what we do every year have different. Great applications been just fortunate that worked behind every door and the dream center before you're GonNa continue to have them as beneficiaries. We have other projects are in continue to do it but since they already had things setup for Kobe relief and being able to provide meals. We just decided to do a quick to campaign and let people know that if you donated during this time or be going to these two nonprofits and it was. It was awesome work out really well. The Dream Center is serving literally. Thousands of hot meals to families who all of a sudden are without jobs without students have all their kids home and not eating at school and sing with behind every door. They're creating these care packages. They're delivering people's homes with groceries and essentials in hygiene products. So almost like we didn't want to recreate the wheel when we're trying to figure out a way to support people in need during this Kobe time we just wanted to partner with those who are already on the frontlines had relationships felt again. We just love these organizations. We believe in them in. We trust them. We're thankful that our donors trust us and know that we do all the vetting before handed a know where their money can go. That's so great. One of the things that Kershaw's challenge in the Bush Institute have in common is a commitment to Africa. You know president. Bush Started pep far when he was in office in. We continue that work now through. Something called the gopher partnership screen and treat cervical cancer on the continent. I was fortunate enough to be able to go a couple of years ago. Botswana Namibia and see that work on the ground and there is something it changes your heart. I think it changes your perspective on things and I know that that's the case for the two of us. I wondered if you could talk a little bit about that. Well I mean we love with which is doing over in Africa. You even Zambia. Where that's that's where Kershaw challenge all began for us. I started going there. I mean probably fifteen years ago or something like that in left a huge piece of my heart over there told Clayton first time you hug. Zambian child your life is forever changed because it becomes about that one kid and if you could just change the liked that one kid that was worth all the work and all the money and and everything looks good over there and sometimes I think we get really overwhelmed by the massive Lincoln of poverty that is Africa and all the need that is over there and and so. I just think that that's what we try to do with Kershaw's challenges. It's one kid at a time one time than so we've gotten to build a couple orphanages over there just children's home where these kids about thirty Home are able to be raised in a home. Feels like a family brothers sisters house parents and now we're finishing up the school over there so you know that's been always the heartbeat in a cornerstone of Kershaw's challenge in and I'm thankful that the Lord is kind of expanded our vision to Dallas in La in the Dominican Republic. Slow in our beneficiary over there is called arise Africa and so through them is kind of how we've been able to do all this like onset start at one kid and her name was hope. And I remember I mean clears day when Allen got I got a phone call from Africa just saying we need to help this girl. I mean do something more than just. Have you know her basic needs met and now hope is Thriving in one of the home and she's getting ready to finish up school and start thinking about a profession and things like this and Just to see where she was now matter. We think she's probably nine or ten no matter where she is now is just a just to see the other. One kid is is Is Really Special Great. Thank you guys for that incredible work. That was fifteen years ago. So you would have. You'd just kind of starting off in your baseball career. That memory still with you this this many years later. Yeah that was actually our honeymoon. Basically we got married in two thousand ten and then Three weeks later. She had me over to Africa show. That was my first trip over. Ellen had been gone. You know a few times before. That was that was microbes strip. Basically with hers right after we got married. It was just so providential to see you know God gave us baseball in Ellen's passion of Africa and then to use that flat form. I heard shouts challenge. There's a lot of divine intervention there so's it was really cool to see while we're talking about the Bush institute another another aspect that we're really passionate about his leadership in developing leaders and leadership and baseball's a little different that there's no leadership training classes as far as I know of not in the majors. But you're now well into your career Clayton era all your cy young winner your MVP so by default you kind of become a clubhouse leader. Is that something you really relish and enjoy or is it something that that you seek out or does it just happen? Became a veteran fast. You know I looked up and I was surrounded by twenty two and twenty three year old so that happened really fast but you know I think leadership isn't necessarily necessarily driven by success how people are drawn to you. It's how is how you interact with people in the clubhouse it's been it's just been an interesting journey for me to have so many different people ahead of me and kind of realize what I liked. But I didn't like how how I really learned and the way I learned is by example has lots of guys in front of me that they talk to me but didn't really do anything because I went and saw what they did and they weren't doing what they said and so for people just to have that example. I think is so important so. I'm not a huge vocal leader. I wouldn't say definitely try to do everything by example and try to do things the right way. And hopefully people have questions about that and That's Kinda how I try to get through guys just by continuing to do the same things every day and be consistent and people end up respecting you for that. You know we've never had. I don't Think League Baseball player. Any other professional athlete apply to our Presidential Leadership Scholars Program. So you know. I think the schedules overlap right now. But once you retire many years down the road take a look at that. I think you might get something. Let's keep talking about baseball. We've got Clayton Kershaw here. We have to talk a little bit of baseball. You got a few miles on the on the tires now. You're not quite as young as you used to be. So look good but not quite as young. Is this break. Good for you have you. Have you had this chance to rejuvenate a little more or are you worried about breaking out of that routine? Yeah you don't really get to build of rest. You know like no matter how long you rest you still play the season and feel the aches pains of the season. So it you. You definitely need some recovery time. But you don't need the six months that we've had obviously now go of it so I'm excited to baseball back online. Both were excited so if it does happen where I'll be ready is. This is weird for US TO BE IN DALLAS. At this time we're not used to it Everybody says it's hot here. It's beautiful weather. Yeah I don't know everybody's complaining about it the summer it's beautiful so we're.
"clayton" Discussed on Allegedly NYC
"That's Cute I. I had to download skype on my computer. 'cause I didn't even have Internet back then. I had to go to my manager. My agents office. She did on her IPAD and I sky and they told me that I had known me on Sunday. But this is my second time skyping my whole life up. You should be on leash. You'd be always getting apple devices immediately. Sent to your house. You should be getting all the software since your. I need a nuke ball. No you grow. You need to keep all. I literally got a letter from a phone company thing. You can't use his phone anymore. I want before I got my apple. Losing this basic back. Yeah they're like. We're not supporting this anymore. All right your precious apple grow. I mean I well I got so much shit cause I gotta Google Pixel Phone Lake. I'm so getting it's like it's like how do you like his bigotry? It's bigotry Lee. Along with my pixel phone was basically. If you don't wear masks that's where your life right now. Ask Well Jamie Clayton the next time regular C. You is on Roswell New Mexico working young. Well her work. Her work is like time traveling. That's really needs Jamie's job. She's a time traveler. Like this. Tell anyone ask well. Let's he has felt next Next week Monday. You have to tune in at nine. Pm on the CW. You're GONNA see motherfucking Jamie Clayton. What can we see your character's name? No we can't well. Yeah so by the press release said my characters called Agent Grace Powell FBI. She's an every. I get I have so. Currently it's season two right now of Roswell New Mexico on the CW. I was offered the part from the show on her carina. Mackenzie she's amazing. I had auditioned for the show. Originally like for the for the reboot for season. One and I didn't get the part but this is one of those moments that you hear like after talk about that. You know that I never believed where like I went to the audition. I didn't book and then a year later. They came back and offered me a different part rain at the Gorkhas. Have like they keep your they. It's like it's like you know when they're trying to find the real killer they have like a board and then like this person. Approach this this this and they're like don't forget about that. Bitch. That bitch was there she was there she was there. She knows what their fish was there. Lon this phrase that I love it's called win the room not the audition which not you and I talk about that a lot. It's not about necessarily winning that that part but it's win the room win those people over so one the room and a year later. They came in so they offered me this part last year. I was finishing up on the award and the offer came on so I went out and I'm gonNA have three episodes in this season season. Two episode eight which is next Monday on land of money online. I don't filed and then episode thirteen so there's Abi an eight nine ten or eleven. Am I come back and twelve and thirteen? She's back with a vengeance fabulously chocolates to say them outside every show and I can't thank them enough. It was the best experience where they're Hawkeye. Was there any Hawkeye? You thought was cute. I mean give us the initial given a land girl like I'm like I like the I the crew tight so out there was a hot guy crafty. You're so mean and I know we're we're the most expensive Blantyre vent and they're like you know we own we always we just WanNa fuck the waiter or you just want to see her forever where we're going to take really any questions. Any questions from the fans watching live any question. I'll Yemen's James's high where I'm going to check the comments Reich. Makeup look so beautiful girl. Anti Doosan Bartsch. She did a Nour's palate. Oh and I love like allowed. The corners love. She's GonNa love you. I was closed eyebrows on my thing. Go ridiculous so good. So I'm digging and virtual sectors anti I spent where cons.
"clayton" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney
"Twice. I was just curious. What do you do after that? You all this time to do nothing but think about it and then get yourself in a place to start over and try again. That seems way more impressive to me than the ability to throw a baseball the the ability to do that so the next day I sent an email to his agent and there were many agents and publicist and different things but it all started then. I just started to ask so the first day of the off season. You Email Clayton's agent asking for an interview. Then one hundred fifty or so days later on March Twelfth. You finally get to face to face with him. How did your day start out? It picks me up at six thirty right on time. He's never late. And so you know man. We're just riding along shooting. The I mean you know we were laughing about the you know. He checks into hotels under fake names uses television characters He's been Jim Halpern Walter White. For a couple of seasons we went to starbucks and he The name was Tony. So if you're a starbucks or an uber driver in Los Angeles and you're picking up. Downey it might be Clayton Kershaw. And he's probably going to change that now. I'm sorry quite. I told him I was at that world series in Houston automata thirteen seconds silence but God felt like three times that sitting in the car and then he just changed the subject to talk about the traffic just second to weather in terms of meaningless conversation. That people at if you if you're talking with someone and they're talking about the topic or the weather they do not want to be talking to..
"clayton" Discussed on ESPN Daily
"You've been at the dodgers training facility. You're watching the news and it's pretty clear at this point you're not going to see Clayton Kershaw workout. We need you guys. Just decide to get out of there. I don't know he just came out. Let's go home. You know like okay. We walked out. We're still fans out. He and I both just couldn't believe that we are like. There's still people out there trying to get autographs craziest thing happened. We're in the car and just riding along talk and his phone rings and I looked down in the name shows up on the caller. Id on the console. I just went home and I was like. Oh I'm so sorry but it was Sandy Colfax. Oh I know exactly. He was like he's like mind. If I answer this I might try not to look so overeager that my head spun off and I'm GonNa go ahead. It's very clear that they like and respect each other. They call each other Clayton Sandy. You know what I mean like. It's clear that it was just interesting to hear them talk. Because the number of people who can understand what Clayton's life like is very small and the number of people who've almost time traveled into the future and no things about his life and what it's going to be like that numbers even smaller so when they talk about. It was two pitchers. Talking wasn't an eighty four year old and a thirty two year old. It was two guys who could have been talking like there's at famous John mcfee story about the guy who makes birchbark canoes. I mean they were talking about making canoes. I mean they were just talking about their life's work so obviously Colfax and Kershaw are part of this sort of elite group of greatest of All Time. Right the difference being and now. I feel like a jerk. I'm bringing it back to this but it's unavoidable the postseason legacies in the postseason. Records is Kershaw. Do you think he's cognizant of that? Do you think it weighs on him. I don't know I think he will be later. In order to even have a chance to be Clayton Kershaw. You have to be able to process success and failure and build a story to tell yourself about yourself in a way that is every bit as rare as having the arm that can make the ball do that in the in the air. It's easy to go back out there if you keep succeeding having those failures and continuing to go out. There and try is deeply impressive. So you're saying we gotta do to be great right as blest petty could be less petty and just not live in a world in which you're defined by other people which unfortunately is the world. So how'd Your Day with Kershaw End? Think both of our minds were elsewhere. Almost the very end. He dropped me off at my hotel. He was GONNA to meet his family. I was going to try to find some hand sanitizer but it was very much you know. Thanks for the day I appreciate it. It was a weird day but lovely. I mean when I'm reporting my phone is off and so I got back to the hotel and turn my phone and call my wife Sonia. She was like you have to go get clocks wipes and hand sanitizer for your flight. All America has been freaking out over corona virus while you were sitting out at the Los Angeles dodgers with your phone off so it was the next time you got in touch with them. It's funny the only other time I've talked to him as he walked on. Zoom call with Ellen his wife and he walked by and waved a couple of days ago. How has he been spending the time? How is his family? Been spending the time how man they've been his son. They love to play baseball with a ball. They'd be doing a lot of that Ellen. Talked about how he's in the backyard growing into a net and sometimes he throws into a tarp. And you know he's trying to sort of stay in this narrow sweet spot where he's not burning up his arm and yet he's GonNa be ready you know. His workouts are done every day by eleven. Thirty cooking breakfast plan. Papa shot out this Jim. One twenty eight but jockey. I was worried about how I was going to report. And then it turns out that Ellen was filming all these videos of them playing at their house and sending them to the dodgers waiting. Everybody Line Buddy we are going to show you a day in the life of the Kershaw is May Day. She talked a lot about how you know. This is a weird window into what retirement is going to be like. He's in there flipping pancakes and being a dad. And they're watching movies and doing cannonballs in the pool. She realized that how nostalgic they're all gonna be for the sound of a baseball whizzing through the air and then whapping against a tarp or net once. All of this weird baseball circus is over. However many years from now that is she's like you don't really understand what a pitcher like Clayton's fastball. Sounds like until you can hear it and it's terrifying. I mean it's you know it's buzzing through the air so she talked about how she's going to be nostalgic for that sound a guys finishing day bring some books some waffles. It's been a good one. Thanks for hanging out with us. You'll stay safe and hopefully Yeltsin right so you. Did you get the sense from his wife's that they're almost enjoying this extra time with him? This sort of limited period or that. They want baseball to begin. Think both like full-throatedly both understand those are contradictory. But I mean that feels very human to me. He wants to go win a world series. He wants to be number. Twenty two for the Los Angeles dodgers the guy that people count on. He's at home in Texas in April which feels weird. His body knows. He's not supposed to be here. Clayton Kershaw body wants to know. Why the Hell it's not in Los Angeles you know I mean I'm sure like on a subliminal physiological level of feels weird right obviously this law season or Bradtha season on hold is affecting all athletes all baseball players but it seems to me that for someone like her Shah who is getting older who has so much to gain at this point in his career on a team that was regarded by many people to be the favourite going into the baseball season. Well he lose more. If this season never happened. I guess I'd like to let Ellen Kershaw into that. I just pull the story up. She said he is healthier than he has ever been. So I think that that has been frustrating because I think he was so ready to go into the season but part of me also wonders if taking these months off his just going to be more time for rest on his shoulder and then she said you know Clayton his pitch so many innings and I really hung mayor in the air. It's a story about one working person with a family dealing with the corona bars. It'll be a long time. And only with the benefit of hindsight will we understand sort of what was lost in what was.
"clayton" Discussed on Sibling Revelry with Kate Hudson and Oliver Hudson
"To live in this scenario. What was mom like with dad though as a mother? What would you like when you were younger? You're again two different experiences. Okay so with you she. She was great. I never I never had a garage in but I thought she was great. I was close close to her and I was a kid. I was irritated by her. A Lot Just her parenting style. realize now when I say here with if my daughter I go holy fuck. That's the person I didn't like either. And she wonders what my daughter reactors. Because you're doing the same. She did to me just Nag. Imag Nag. Like to kind of fucking breathe for a minute is always like this. Did you ought but I never had that with her. But did you see now how she was with him. I don't have that recollection of it. I really don't I remember as a kid. I was very very resentful because my mom is very a fair skinned and I was very dark skinned I always and I dealt with. Somebody raises them outside the House. I would always come in the house. I remember seeing things. Because you're fucking white. I wouldn't say because you're white. That's Wii I'm like this is like well what do you do. I'm white I'm like you're white and I'm not near the you know. I just figured like it was just carried over to the house so I looked at my mom like she was white. My Dad was was darker so I related to him better because he was experienced racism from white people. Yes outside the house. That's why I'm here on black mother and think that well she's on me because she's racist. Does well yeah I just. It really dug home from a very young age. So that's pretty deep. All my friends black growing up because I didn't have any problems with them so the blankets as a thank God somebody to me. They're going to get worse. But I still gotta worse because in Canada the worst thing you could be in the seventies was was an Indian person. You're the lowest form of human species. The racist came over. It was pretty bad pretty bad. Pretty bad what do you. What do you feel like it's like today? It's completely on its head now. Yeah but I mean still there. Do you not exactly not as overt as it used to be but you experience racism. I don't personally do on a different level but Canada. Hi and recognize where we can see it when we walk into a room. Yeah you know what you know where it is and now with sort of the political situation globally in North America. There's a swing to the right so you're seeing certain people feeling empowered and there was a sort of a spate of attacks in southern Ontario. Where I live recently Louis or over the last twelve months so now I you know? I keep certain things in my car. Just because they've they're literally attacking like South Asian people in parking lots and things like that. It's not it it's sort of died down now but there is there was a big right wing sort of empowerment of anti immigrant anti refugee. You know that type of thing thing that started last year it's died down quite a bit now. We haven't seen the same attacks but I'm very much aware of it have you. Have you experienced anything like that. No but I didn't lead. I trained Jitsu three times. It was a week and I'm a blue belt with two stripes people. I kind of like really. Yeah I do so my head. I'm like please go for fucking dare you to uh-huh putting the sleep really quickly so when you're hurt you put you to sleep and lay you down and walk away. That's all I WANNA do. Just two league. No don't book and just do Shay. Yeah Yeah even when you're on the road you don't get shit. Nah Not really. I mean if I do I pretty much handle it you are. Dad taught us not to take any shit that was his a big thing. Oh really little guy. He was small he was five was five four or five five at the moment is maybe five at. Its tallest if you could describe each rather in like two sentences. I want you guys to describe each other's personality Clayton for us all to sentence. Somebody go first so he can think about this. He's he's quick. Okay so since you're two sentences my big brother my protector. Amai always and I don't mean any penny letter sometimes except for with wings. Why are their wings? Just in case corrupting Comments here a lot of commerce with commas Protector detector my protector. My big brother my always most wings wings My constant that's one sentence yeah love it. Doesn't that's amazing. I don't need to second. He's my little brother. And that kind of sums everything up. He's just my little brother. uh-huh I'll tell you I can't in two senses but I'll tell you I'll tell you a quick anecdote is on our father's deathbed he said. Make sure you look after your brother. Yeah and so everything that's happened since then has been to honor that request to make sure I look after my brother so whenever he does something that I can't control I feel he's going in the wrong direction. I feel like somehow I've let him down or I've let our father other down so for me it's always been about looking after my little brother and you know how he said about being the protector. I always feel safe when I'm with my brother. Okay so you've let him take care of you two. Yes okay mazing. Gee that's one way if you could tell your brother if you hands right okay. Do you get the something that you wish not to change about him that you wished he could have something that in his life that you could say. God I wish you would. You could do this and you would be this. You know what I mean like. If you just open up if you could just get rid of your anger if you can just be this that.
"clayton" Discussed on Sibling Revelry with Kate Hudson and Oliver Hudson
"Comedian bomb. Yeah so why not the states you know what it was. Nineteen sixty five. So things in the states were pretty unsettled. Our Dad was actually pretty dark and so a lot of times he was mistaken for being black and and our mom was very fair so and he was very Keenly aware of the civil rights movement and he was very he was very social mind socially minded he was like he was a big follower of. He's follow Jack Johnson and he knew about Malcolm X and Martin Luther King and he haul roads and was one of Paul Robeson was one of his one of his biggest heroes because he was also. Paul Robeson was a big Union Union Leader and very socialist and things like that which I know these days is anti gun degree back then. I love what he said about what you wrote about in the book which which? I'm sure you read and had a part of as well as as I was saying ghostwriter over here dictate he would recall really great. But but when you're talking about your dad is like being the kind of person always question authority and never to like look at the Status Atas quo. You know really big on. Yeah which I just. What an amazing way to grow up to think outside of the he really? He was really anti-totalitarian anti-totalitarian which drives her mom nuts. I'm yeah because she's really into authorities. Your doctor told me they said what they told us to do this now. So she's like. Oh so what you don't believe anything go I just. I just need facts. That's only need your question. What about your intuition word is what does your intuition tell you? Anything about spirituality not necessarily religion because religion is is conceived. I think I'm just talking about your intuition as a human to say I just feel like maybe there's some feelings definitely and do you have to spiritual mildly the way you talked about out your father. Do this weird spiritual thing where I the various have a theory if if there was to be one that the people that love you when they're alive when they die they stay in your life in a spiritual way that so. There's not some some random person out there it's the people that knew and they will sorta somehow whatever they can do to look out really will like A month after my dad passed away I was in Mexico on a cruise ship working doing comedy. And we've got the cause Mellon I decide to rent a scooter and and I 'cause I've been to Cosimo before I'm like I'm bored here supposed to rent the scooter. It's right here off the ship. Let's rent a scooter so I rent. Scooter I start driving down the street and Mexico that got those big square speed bumps. They're like fucking blocks in the middle the road and I'm like Oh shit. Oh Shit Oh shit. So I hit the brake and the brakes went very gonna go. Oh hell no I'm going back. I'm coming back with day. So hit the bump I go over and I'm like I'm going back and then I took this turn to go to come to do a u-turn come like a big round the block kind of thing to go back to the ship and I take the first one but I realized I only wrote drove drove motorcycle once before so I had to turn on those but on the scooter. I didn't know you can't lean so I take the first turn wobbly like Oh shit. Oh Shit and I'll get. Here's my dad. When he was alive saying I never want you to write to wheeled motorized vehicle ever never? I don't want you to ever do this. And there. I am a month after. He passed away riding his two wheel. Motor vehicle wobbly. They take the second turn. It's wobbly then. The third turn which would lead me back to the main road really wobbly and I hit the gravel when I wiped out and just slid and and I'm like fuck up my blood scoring on my hand is a big old pepperoni size rash Sean. My hand on the other hand knees burnt up and I didn't have my helmet on all hard and I'm just like fuck and I get up and the dust clears and I look and there's I fallen wiped out right in front of Pharmacia like had I gone had I not wiped out. I would have gone to that intersection and possibly got hit by a truck. Yeah Yeah right and then so that's made me go. I think my dad just knocked me off the scooter. Because if I'd gone there would have got killed and then knocked me off and I wiped out right in front of a pharmacy that was was my sort of spiritual side there but that was right after he died. But still what about when you go on stage you talk a little. What's up? You know I try my little. What's up with them? I don't get at the goosebumps. I'm like well fuck are you. Were you with religion. Well I was raised. I was actually raise way more Catholic than he was and My knowledge of the Bible is actually not bad. Oh yeah and I went to Catholic schools longer than he did. So I was a little bit more Catholic But I'm conflicted about it. Myself off you are. I am so you grew up your in Toronto. Parche Ronnie from Brampton Brampton. How many years apart are you six? We moved to Toronto. I when when they first came to Canada they moved to Toronto. Moved all over the city About ten years ten years till seventy-five then they moved to Brampton till you're in. Toronto was born in Toronto when he was born where he did you. Were you excited to have a brother who was sort of what I do. I do actually on Indian road of all things amazing which is right off Russell Street Russell the road that's right yeah. Is it really awesome. Well when he was born I was pretty excited. Actually so I've always it's been a little bit Big Brotherly and paternal the six years really made a difference and I've looked after him ever since he was born. I can't I can't think of a time. I'm when I wasn't when he wasn't sort of the focus of the first time you saw him know. What was that dynamic when you guys were kids? Well we were working class first of all. We're working class US Indians or working class. We were working class Indian family which is kind of unusual because most most South Asians that have come are professionals. Doctors Engineers Accountants run factories. Our own manufacturing not on grey's anatomy remember. It's in your book. Remember that Bureau that that I did what I what did you say you sit in. Gray's anatomy there's Indian the index. That sucks right. Yeah Dan when it first came out there were none. Yeah Yeah Bullshit lack going so so as a result of which both our parents worked so we were latchkey kids. Okay so I was really just responsible for them from the get go. He would take me on the bus to school to kindergarten and he was in sixth grade or fifth grade. Or something. I wasn't great for you. Know isn't great for I was in junior kindergarten. which would be pre or they say fourth grade here we say great for yeah? Yeah and and we'd get on the bus. I didn't know any different so it was like just normal. My brother would take me to school. Go Public Transit. We're going the same place and we would stop. Sometimes it's Jumbo Burger on the way home. And he you got the money from me taking care of you. It was like ten years old. He was taking a burger joint care brother his whole life. And you're still are. Yeah and I can't shake that so sometimes we'll get into like little tiffs and things like that or he'll get mad at me for being too aggressive or too protective but not even for being protective. But it's it's an instinct. I can't override. It's it's there sometimes. It's more like hey. Can you think like the manager on my brother for a second right. And that's hard. But what do you mean aggressive when he said you aggressive well I protect him aggressively. It's like it's like being a lawyer. You know you protect your client as aggressively as possible right. And so I see that as as sort of twofold one is a manager and one is a big brother right and and it's not because I don't think he can look after himself or anything. It's just an instinctive thing and fight against it a lot. I'm like ninety two back down and he just I I need to chill out. My brother will say something Blah Blah Blah so and so and now fuck that guy and I'm like what do you mean fuck. I don't take a person. Just call the fucking Guy Sorta deal out now fuck them. They're trying to take advantage of ago. They're not trying to take advantage of me. Would just off to maybe make something work. Did you do just by default. Take care of your brother forever and ever was decided that like you're going to be as manager. Just it's no you know what when I started When money opportunity started showing up and I had kind of an incompetent guy running the at that time it was a good guy? He just a good guy and he was starting to make me good money. Well he wasn't the game just started to change for me and it wasn't thinking strategically enough and he wasn't thinking far ahead enough and my brother was like why don't they do this. I wanted to do that and I go well. Why don't you work for me? And then I I didn't know I don't know how to say you're running assistant because I'm older you're fucking I'm like okay. I'm just asking I don't know what the offering actually actually agron. I've actually run companies for people and he's like Oh you want to be my system. Yeah I don't think you were working. or The gas only gas pipelines. That's actually met my wife life too. Yeah but I was a corporate guy and we makin dough. I was doing okay but at that time it was it was actually really funny because Two thousand five five four and five really tricky years for us. Our Dad was in deep into his cancer. He was dead while two thousand four. Yeah right right but then two thousand three leading up to that was a very tricky time for us in that we live together. We owned a House together and our dad was going through cancer treatment and and He had turned down a bunch of shows. Oh no yeah that's three. I was supposed to shoot a movie in New York and like the day I was supposed to leave. They call me. The the money didn't come in we. We didn't get funded for the movie and I go I. I'm supposed to be there for like a month and a half. I don't work for the next month and a half and I I was already broke at the time. Like fucking I going to do. And then he had he had to cover for me because we ran the housing he. He literally covered for me for a month for the next three months That whole year sure so two thousand and three we actually went for the whole year because he was scrambling to pick up gigs. Our Dowd was going through cancer treatment. we had our gas turned off twice that year in the townhouse that we owned Because coming mortgage taxes all the utilities is cars his car my car and dad so I was doing okay but it wasn't that Okay and then dad passed in March of twenty two thousand thousand four. Let's talk about your dad for a second..
"clayton" Discussed on Sibling Revelry with Kate Hudson and Oliver Hudson
"He's off. I don't know how you do it in the nineties area. Do you Clayton. Do you sit there and watch your brother and sometimes just like do you have anxiety. When he's performing I have had anxiety? You notice like it's like that movie. The fighter with Christian Bale and I remember I went to see that movie and I came out of there and I was Sobbing at the end of that movie just completely bawling like what's wrong with you. She Goes I. It's just like me and my brother because you know what the end. He's like his brother on in the fight and everything. I think it's Mark Wahlberg. Yeah Right Yeah Sorry Micky Ward Bovi. Yeah right and I came out of there and it's exactly the same thing so I'm sitting there and and And there's times when I want to be able to communicate with them when he's on stage and there's times I'm like all right. That's enough enough with the chicken. The black shirt enough with the chicken. The black shirt enough already Enough with the boxing story enough with the box story in the back. I'm like but whatever out do you ever do that. Do you ever kind of like. Do you ever see clear. Took me right off. Yeah it'll it'll throw them right off and I know that so I just got kind of biting my finger in the back. And then when he's really riffing and doing great. I'm sitting there with a big smile on my face but but there's a lot walls between the two. There's Times you're just like all right. That's enough with that. Let's go let's go. Let's go right. You've always been his protector. I mean when the when we're in the book reading about that which is so nice to hear because it reminds me how I was with Kate and you're only three words. I now want me to be though. I mean. She didn't need me to be what but now as opposite. You're the basically the baby I'm well. He's the first. I'm Middle Boston's middle and the baby but let's go back because we WANNA. I WANNA get story from from childhood growing up together because you grew up actually in India or flows born in born in Calcutta back van. But how do you pronounce the Place your parents are from Calcutta is it Calcutta no overrun poor. Yeah that's where my dad's from okay. That's right he was born in Bombay. Move to where we're where it was raised by wolves and You can move to the big city of Calcutta which was a big. It was the biggest city in India India. And then you're and then I was ten months old right. You don't remember ember living in India decision not ten months. There was opportunities for Anglo Indians at that time but the Canadian government said you can come here but you cannot have your baby here right so your mom had to have you. Had I think yes. She couldn't fly which was pregnant and things like that. She had to have the baby there before they could accepted everyone into the country of Canada and six years later he came along ruined his life. Yeah and so you were in Ontario Toronto. Yeah we went straight to Toronto. Okay Dad actually wanted to go to England but mom hated England because she'd seen David Copperfield or something like that as a child and it was rainy and foggy and things like that she uh-huh.
"clayton" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed
"Any tax here with skip bayless Shannon Sharpe Good Morning Hi Jenny how are you are you do it it's guilt Shannon's become the Clayton Kershaw of undisputed where I couldn't will zero would like eighteenth straight games and second year yes correct so you probably.
"clayton" Discussed on Teen Creeps
"In that time Sofia. Has I mean she's is a despot. She is completely yeah. She's a tyrant. She's like she's like. The Bells are cattle. We've always like they've always known and so. What I'm GonNa do is also like make beauty treatments really super expensive so that the classes get like further divided certain and you know she was like putting Cameos of herself like these like little cameos of herself everywhere that like monitor the use of her name's like if someone mentions her name they like listen a Ha- also to make sure no one's prettier than her yeah because if you're prettier than her you either have to find or like box or something yeah lots of starvation boxes and were you go in there until you just starved to death and then one of them was like member she was going to there. was someone in particular that she was like. I'M GONNA put her in a starvation box and have it be see through and make her go in there naked so that everybody can see her fade away her skin turn gray. Was it breezy you that she was going to do that too. I think so bree was committals assistant in the First Book Yeah Oh yeah and Sophie in the first book made amber birther compete to make changes to the like like handmaiden some of Sofia's who she was like then fixing up with like a rapist pray to the point where like and Camilla saw that they we're getting out of control and she stopped. She tried to stop amber amber killed her or Camille killed her to put her out of her misery in the end torturing her out. She wasn't gonNA recover also like honestly I loved the disagreement to that. Camille aw an Adl hat about amber yeah because like I think we've both been both Camille and Leedle where you just keep cutting this one friend some slack and it's like okay but we were all in a shitty situation and only she acted that way like Ito's right like eight like I don't trust angel is vindicated indicated because Ambrosia like gave away their position and went back with the hope of dislike gaining favor and then gets fucked over anyway yeah 'cause that's what happened. If you sell your soul to attire tyrant guess what never specs you You're just a fucking pawn yeah so like everybody who's been kicked out of the trump administration jokes on you yeah. You never should've tied your boat to that. fucking can shit soaked anchor. You will never win. You'll never get what you want. We'll be mortified and embarrassed and mistreated and eventually just kicked out or killed so it's fatal is like ambers suspect on our trust that bitch which she's right. Yes I loved eight. Although I just loved that she's like kind of just like not likeable and like kind of I was a little annoyed at and this isn't at eight character I was in at the sort of what felt like to me trumped up bickering between remmy and edel o mistrust between them I'd gloss it. I was like yeah exactly that was exactly. I was like I don't buy this. This seems like like swerved him looking for manufactured yeah yeah. It was that part. That's why I didn't even remember it because I like saw and I was like I don't care. I kept reading. I was like I don't believe those no but totally right about communal. I do wish that Adl I dunno played a bigger part in this story because she kind of disappears well. Here's my wife and correct me. If I'm either you disagree degree or you've heard otherwise but is this not a trilogy. Is this just two books. Oh 'cause didn't seem to really fucking talking over at the end I mean kind of. She's like I guess those things. I just felt like this story was so big. This is so sad but nita's he does via diet the end. I can't remember no. She gets put in the everlasting rose prison. That's right. you know. It was interesting interesting done. There's too much to accomplish. Everything happens so fast yeah and also that again like that's a good reason not to call it a resistance. It's it's a full on rebellion that overthrows the tyrant and then reinstates the better princess also. Here's my kind of issue with the story. I loved the moments I loved every moment moment by moment however came the general plot of like Camille is GonNa come back and overthrow Sophia and the iron ladies are going to help and that's what's going to happen and then that's what does happen the end yeah. It didn't exactly like there were any like having a change plans his or like there was not much of this story yawned and then this happens and then this happens on that does have yes. I mean the while I think that Tonya Clayton is a better writer than the woman who wrote Hunger Games. I think I think that the three books structure that she had made made it feel a little more satisfying simply because like it took more time time you know that like there was a more of a gradual involvement in this rebellion and even then like the ending of hunger era games felt super fast to me yet over vast and so with this we only have two books and it's just hills experience in the palace in the first book and then it's like escape plan meter rebellion. Execute the plan over via. All UH happens yeah I mean. There aren't really any challenge. Unforeseen challenges that occur there are like the only real challenge well aw they lose bells. Are they do die. They multiple battles when that one side that's like alary Valerie. That was so sad so she's Belet was very sad yeah so Valerie they find at so like they keep trying to go into these tea houses. Try and save the bells like the her sisters so they go into this one. They like finagle their way in there because the fashion minister who I kept seeing as that guy as the show I just kept seeing that a Stanley Tucci Yup in hunger yeah same so Stanley Tucci helps them to to go collect vow from this tea house which is supposedly closed because apparently all the houses are closed they find Valerie and she's just been bled. Fuckin- skin dry yeah gall skeleton just for ten but hasn't had water even it seems like yeah and then so she she grabs a knife off of Camille and just stabs herself in the neck and doesn't even bleed because there's no blood left and just dies thou sad really sad and then the fan fashion minister gets taken which was very sad was that too he's relaxing setback but then like he never really he doesn't come back. There's no real yeah. Let's go save. I felt like he really like sacrificed himself. and committed and try try very hard. It was like somehow mill was doing a lot and not that much shoes making big moves but also like same with hunger games same with a lot of these things where it's like one person comes in and they tip the scales of a rebellion but they always end up being the most important person to the rebellion that had been like in the works for decades. Oh yeah those iron ladies were working on that rebellion for Oh long time like the main woman who's Aron A. Yeah she rainer winner Raina whatever she was over or she was like passed over for Minister of war. Got Roll mad about it and went yup beauties stupid yeah. We shouldn't be getting these treatments. We should just be doing enough to like make our lives comfortable like like eye drops and fixing our hair so it doesn't fall out fallout and feel horribly dry and she's at up this whole underground worlds whose homeland is to stop like needing the bells. I would've liked to spend more time under there. I I would have liked to spend more time under there. I would like to spend more time going into why these people are gray. I would have spent more time going into what the bells are because apparently they just like fucking grow from the earth but like so in their legend Lake the goddess of beauty sent down a bunch of bells from heaven to like save the great people of the Earth or of the world because it's not earth exactly and now bells like grow in the Grou- own harvest. I wouldn't have known like Tennessee how Molly's people AH BPM board gray. I also because member of their like when you're born. You're like in so much pain from being gray. I forgot about about that but then there's adults that are I would like to know what the mic like pain or are they not is just a lie fed to the to you by the beauty and I would. I'd like to know Oh yeah because all babies are born crying and upset yeah but then they do imply that they have to do certain things to be kept comfortable there is hurt and their hair and their skin is dry and gray and tight and they're Harry's Straw Lake. I wonder why the and and will it ever change and is it really good that they don't do these beauty treatments because it sounds pretty fucking awful will and I wonder actually if because were seeing all of this through the eyes of Abell who's only ever seen like beauty and perfection. What if they're just like yeah they're gray but they're like average people. You know what I mean I would say I think it's a really interesting. I just based on how the iron ladies were talking. It seems like that's not the case. It sounds like they try. Dropping is Sir is there. It's not just like it's not just like creative descriptions of people where you can like it. I he started out interpreting it as like oh they're fucking hideous and then you realize they're just human yeah and the bells are like these other worldly beings who were we've enslaved because we're obsessed with beauty. He seems like there's a weird race of people who were born gray with red ice yeah when that's everybody. I think if it worked for the red is is part. I might be inclined to think that like yeah. Maybe they're just human but that's never really gone into but then which sanders on that that's really just because it seems like this is it also when she sees lady. Aren and she's like she's like the most beautiful woman I've ever seen who the loser of the Iron Ladies yeah when she sees her so I she describes her and she's like she's almost spiderlike and how she looks and then she's like. She's beautiful. She's like the most beautiful woman I've ever seen there. She think of it that way. She says that so like I I think I mean she probably just is naturally beautiful also they don't do all great people. Look the same or did look different. I know other than the fact that they're gray but I mean they're bone structure and stuff. I don't know but like when she's describing 'cause like the place that the gray ladies Drool-o Ladies Ireland the Iron Ladies Rollover is like a cool like steam punky underground like CD yeah that we'd barely get to see any of it. I WanNa like as she described that very much. I feel like I really know what the up side looks like. Can I don't know what the underworld looks like very much. Yeah I sort of get maybe I can't i. I honestly can't tell if I only think this. I think I thought it before. I read the afterward afterward. It's sad sad really yeah well but hope but good it's red but it does sort of make me feel like it's possible she. She just went. I'm done with writing this because she says where like the seems like. It's not not really her fault but she was sick acknowledgements. I've so many people to thank for helping me cross the finish line with this book. It was a struggle and a roller coaster because during the writing of this book I was diagnosed with a very large noncancerous liver tumor numerous medical appointments biopsies and.
"clayton" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM
"Clayton neville. I'm Jim ruin take them to jail. Two of the nation's toughest DUI laws of taking effect with the new year. Both are in major tourist states. And you survey from one of the nation's most popular right healing company spills the beans on how employee's really feel. I'm zero offer. The NFL has its first official casino sponsor. I'm John Stolnis. I'm Jim Bohannon with a look at New Year's resolutions in a moment. All when we return on America this week. President Trump says he would love to run against Massachusetts democratic Senator Elizabeth Warren who took the first major step toward launching a widely anticipated White House bid on Monday. Correspondent Kristen Holmes reports from Washington forget twenty one thousand nine hundred Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren ardine has her eyes on twenty twenty announcing her first big move towards a bid for the White House. The launch of an exploratory committee for presidential run in a four and a half minute. Long video Warren, highlighting her working class background and warning of a deepening prices for the middle class in America focusing on her efforts to push back on Wall Street war is the first high profile Democrats, you take action towards a likely presidential campaign. But her announcement was hardly a surprise. The sixty nine year old Senator has been a vocal critic of President Trump and the Republican party repeatedly attacking the president who calls her Pocahontas openly, mocking her native American ancestry the democratic field of. Of twenty twenty candidates is expected it to be very crowded with dozens of names already floating around and our recent poll shows Warren coming in sixth among Democrats and democratic leaning independence in their choice for nominee, but she certainly has time to go with thirteen months until the Iowa caucuses in Washington. I'm Kristen Holmes reporting leaked audio of recent standup material performed by comedian Louis C K is causing him. More controversy already in twenty thousand nineteen correspondent Clayton Neville says the recording reportedly captured CK mocking parkland high school shootings are Biber's for expressing concern over the shooting. The Audio's release comes after accusations of sexual misconduct against the comedian surface last year, five women accused C K of sexual harassment and abuse he admitted to those accusations and apologized, he lost potential commitments with Netflix and FX cut ties with the comedian now more trouble after the bootlegged audiotape hit. The internet Sunday the bid opens with general complaints about teenagers before focusing on the activists survivors of the parkland massacre that left seventeen people dead..
"clayton" Discussed on Kristi Lee Uninterrupted
"Clayton anderson official dot com twitter social media facebook instagram which i'm about instagram life is actually manderson you can find us there fall along interact like hearing from everybody so facebook page is pretty up to date too yeah awesome so it's clayton anderson official dot com you know there's an astronaut named clayton anderson yes yes yes and we've actually become we well yeah because on on twitter we kind of went back and forth and and in it's like because he had a check mark at the time and i didn't and so he was razan couple times but we've went back and forth but we've actually become pretty good friends and he's out he's from nebraska originally and body coaches out there nasa man to come catch a game we're gonna have to hang we've never met each other in person but like he sent his book which was actually really really entertaining book called ordinary space prequel guy he's actually pretty astronauts are fascinated me mart come from my county we got three i know so so for their astronauts buddy lot my buddy is my he's he's from pennsylvania source like work go five hundred dummies put him in a box shake him up doormat he he landed landed get out of here place lawrence county i'm down there for show was it mitchell doesn't right it's called the mitchell opera house i was stunned at the acoustics in this little place it was really special venue i i mean i drove two and a half hours to get there whatever it was but i learned my doing but once i got there it was amazing we're actually gonna put really all i'm coming to that show it's cool it's it's small area small acoustics you want to play loud which is perfect her before they've asked us to do it for a long time it just never could workout you're going there because it really was a special place and they were so nice people so i think people take a lot of pride in they put some money back into gorgeous and like we're talking earlier about getting people get out of their house want to go where where people are giving you're such a nice great guy thank you so much for spending time with me i hope you enjoyed that once again clayton anderson official dot com for
"clayton" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney
"Wouldn't it be great if everyone said what they meant the city double card does it that you're double cash back with one percent when you buy in one percent issued the cd double cash card double needs double he's he's baseball tonight scoreboard this is the baseball tonight scoreboard or wednesday july nineteen two thousand seventeen i'll buster only coming up clayton kershaw does clayton kershaw things the razor rise up late against athletics in a pair of big trades rocked the majors let's get to it the first pitch on tuesday evening word came down the jd martinez of the tigers who probably was the number one position player target in the market was traded to the diamondbacks for prospects in return the tigers will receive infield prospect dwell lugo sergio alcan terron jose queing lugo was the 43 to prospect in the timing back system now with news at that having already broken the diamondbacks one output hurting on the reds and at a drivein centre hamilton goes back you would paul is not the wall here comes the runaround third pollick habit ruinous economic time pollick wound gore was david peralta with that hit arizona sports nydia point seven fm and jake lam chipped in lam youth one down to the wall built corner ac could be brought the current thirty comes in here comes only around third he's going to gore lamps on his way to therapy he'll make it in damning thought cure on trouble with them back looted by the to the diamondbacks went on to win this game eleven to two and after the game toilet bolo the diamondbacks manager was asked if the pregame trade affected his team jim in super league's analyses equally registered was all this until some points during the day game that this was actually happening so far no the from office every day weather was today's tomorrow on offseason they're always look into from this.
"clayton" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"Their to tribute over here there authorized agent so that's good enough for you and all of you out of doors dr windows or they're they're on the list you guys know who they are of course we go to get that book clayton and plate waiting for clayton i had no idea that this is what you are waiting for so hold on a site i just want to make a few things clear you did look at the door now the only issue is the warranty right right okay all right fine that's the that's good so let's get window sort of put smart wasted i'm not wasting time with a he only has one issue why do we have one issued what tracks so one who works for the company that's not in the estate to show up you didn't ask marayda issue mark he just said just my out at their uh their rewrite and he just said he just said they just tell you over the phone are fine is good enough a hold on now is that good enough just whittling marquait please it they're writing clayton he waited k our now we're adding on keep going what else you aren't clayton hold on a second hearing on wait wait wait wait wait hold on trump fair go into a court date i'll do the report including four eytan and they don't put in writing clayton you say in writing on your envoys you lightened there's the difference that's the point clayton this is the new door the ding was a tiny tiny little dang it it's on your paperwork already but listen this is what i've been trying to say not i've been interrupted by both of you you say there is a factory wrapped in town if that's the case if that's the case i doubt there will be a big problem having that factory wrap look at the door to assure you that it is under warned to is the factory rep clayton were company is on mm i can't remember them but the guy to birthday naming dave and if there's that dave out there listening please call your opinion do you a clay have you ever talked to the factory rip i'm trying to keep the conversation on track with a i talked the back three i've all true on whatever member.