35 Burst results for "Clemens"

"clemens" Discussed on The Product Podcast

The Product Podcast

04:34 min | 2 months ago

"clemens" Discussed on The Product Podcast

"The skills needed and the tools needed need time to mature and they're usually high touched and they're very custom to each project. Finally, monitoring is a huge part because the prediction that you train the model with may not be the prediction that you get with real world data and there's often a huge disparity between what you think the world is and what really it is. So reality versus training data. And having alerts kind of set up in the system to inform you when the models results are drifting past a margin of error, are extremely important for allowing site reliability teams or engineers to be able to take action on that model and make changes. And that's where you as an AI ML p.m. are really the subject matter and domain expert for your model that you've shipped and deployed. So just quickly recapping ML product development breaks down very much as a typical p.m. job with a couple of different differences. Really in the design piece. So understanding what data you have, what data is available, what you need to get, and then figuring out what the models outputs design and proposed UI for those predicted results will be. And ultimately, it's not just you ship the model and that's done. You have to continuously build a pipeline to monitor the impact of what the model and what the model is doing in the real world and how you're going to adjust for changes on the fly. So what are the skills required then? How does this all translate into you as a professional learning breaking into the world of AI and LPM ing? If you're already in it, this is amazing. This is a great deck for you. But if you're not in it, what do you need to do? What are the gaps? So really, it's understanding how ML integrates into products as a whole. And I think Clemens really summed this up well, where he says, but while Emma ML grows more important, few PMs know how to integrate it into their own products. So skills that matter most. So once you have the base level or fundamental understanding of how p.m. how p.m. happens, the next thing is really having a working knowledge of how machine learning development and deployment works. And having hands on experience with data and modeling technology.

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Kody Clemens hitless in MLB debut, Tigers split with Twins

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 4 months ago

Kody Clemens hitless in MLB debut, Tigers split with Twins

"Jonathan scope homers and drives an all of Detroit's runs as the tigers blank the twins for nothing in game two of a double header Scope got the tigers in front early drilling his hip long ball of the season in the first inning to give Detroit a two zero edge He punched in the other two runs in the second inning to help the Tiger salvage a split of Tuesday's double header Tiger second baseman Cody Clemens made his major league debut the son of 7 time Cy Young award winner Roger Clemens went zero for three with a walk The AL central leading twins topped the tigers in game one behind a three run blast from Gary Sanchez

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"clemens" Discussed on How I Built This

How I Built This

05:50 min | 8 months ago

"clemens" Discussed on How I Built This

"clemens" Discussed on How I Built This

How I Built This

07:47 min | 8 months ago

"clemens" Discussed on How I Built This

"I'm guy raz. So it's 2017, and after collaborating on shows with Kmart and white castle, so far is starting to get more attention in the fashion world. And as a brand, it's still pretty small. But after that show at white castle, something kind of unexpected happens. That led white castle to then ask you to redesign their employee uniforms. Yes, so kind of like after we did such a beautiful party. They were like, what do you think about making the uniform? And this was just for the employees. This was not going to be something. I know a limited number were sold, but this was not made to be sold to the general public. Yeah, I think this was just for the employee as at first. You can buy on the secondary market a how far white castle hoodie for more than a $100. Yeah. Wow. You hear that, Jamie? And you know, so I would say the thing that people really heard about was that we designed the uniform, but what started to kind of form our approach to these collaborations is that we produced the uniform. That is the difference. Why is that explain that to me? Instead of somebody else producing them, you yourself, finance the production of them. Well, these things are usually for show press. It's just you want to press release saying that happened. And then you get a little check. And then you move on. The way that we approached it was, you know, we were a brand. I think that that season we maybe had $60,000 in orders. So you were small. Oh my God. We're making maybe 200 garments, right? So with white castle, we had the opportunity to make unisex clothes for a 20,000 unit order. In multiple sizes, men and women. So you went and found the factory to make them and to produce them. We made it in our factory. In China, so we became a supplier to white castle and the renewing them every 6 months and that became a revenue stream, not just to kind of press release. Right, because normally what happens to designer would just send the design in and walk away. And then they would handle the customer would just they would get it made for them. But this way, you not only had the design, but you control the production. Which in those days was that's a lifeline. Yeah. So one thing that we kind of I think alluded to, but it didn't really go into in depth was at your Kmart show in 2014, one of the things that you guys had on display were shopping bags. Yes. And you really just had them there. I think it's part of the show. You hadn't started making them to sell them. And I guess for a variety of reasons, including just a financing of it. But in 2017, you won a prestigious award for your work. This was the CFDA Vogue fashion fund. And that came with a $400,000 prize. And I guess you decided to use that money to finance what would become probably your most famous product today, the telfar shopping bag. Tell me about the genesis of that product. Well, this idea totally came from the holidays. He said, I was like walking in Soho at just seeing everybody consuming. Like the lives dependent on that. So it's like men and women walking with like 6 shopping bags of all different sizes. I was like, wow, they look so beautiful. They look so rich. It looks so wealthy and they look so careless and just seeing this person smiling with a lot of bags and a big fur coat was like, you know what I was like. You know, and I was like, wow, I wish people were carrying a shopping bag that had my name on it and what people had like to shopping bags. So I was like, yeah, it's like the one bag that just everybody looks so good with. It's like a shopping bag, like the Bloomingdale shopping center. Specifically, the Bloomingdale's was a small because they had a big Brown bag, little Brown bag. So they had all of these sizes of bags and I was like, and everybody looks good. Even like a man that's carrying his wife's back looks so good a baby looks so good carrying that back. And for people don't know what this bag looks like obviously can Google it, but it's a very simple bag. It's a very simple functional handbag with two straps, a small strap to carry it with your hands and then a larger stretch if you want to put it over your shoulder and it has your logo embossed in the center of it. It's fair description. Yep. And these were made out of leather, initially right. Vegan. There are made out of always vegan leather or polyurethane. Okay. And when you relaunch this or really launch this in a big way, they sold out. It was like a and by the way, they weren't crazy expensive, right? I mean, I think the range from a 140 to $240 something like that. That was a big part of it. Is that tell far wanted to base the price on how much you would make in a night DJ? And that absolutely didn't square up with how much it cost about like at all, but it's like the price of the bag was part of the concept and design of the bag. Even though we're making money on that. And you had them manufactured in China. All right, I think it's fair to say the bag really was kind of like a stratospheric leap for your brand. I know you were selling them in small quantities for a few years, but you really launched it in a much bigger way in 2018. Is it fair to say that that year was sort of a turning point in your public profile, the profile of the brand that tell far really became a much, much bigger brand around 2018 through the relaunch of the bag. I had much more accessible brand. Yeah. I mean, it didn't feel like that's how it happened. Because it took time. It doesn't fly off the shelves. We're still only making a few $1000 a month, right? Right. Through 2018. And into 2019. So do you know what I mean? What was the turning point? What was the thing? I mean, obviously not obviously I should say Oprah eventually named it as one of her favorite things. But that wasn't until 2020, but what was the thing that made this bag become such a huge Beyoncé Alexandra Ocasio-Cortez and all these amazingly famous people who had this bag and talking about it. What was it? Do you even know? I think like a lot of people is a viral bullshit to how the bag grew, because people took a picture with it online and that thing to them and the people that carry it and the people that see each other carrying it. Or be completely different people that have nothing to do with each other carrying a bag and they look at each other and they're like, oh, wow, everybody has, you know, it's just kind of conversation. It wasn't overnight like, oh, everything's sold out. Bags were around. We gave bags to people, you know? And that was the thing too, the power of gifting. It's like, if it means something that you give it to that person, you know what I mean? And we gifted a lot of things to our friends that they just actually became a staple. They're like, I want a black one now. After you gave me this brown one, you know, or someone gave them their first so far back. They didn't buy it. But the exact moments when we were getting the most recognition is when it felt like the environment.

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"clemens" Discussed on How I Built This

How I Built This

01:35 min | 8 months ago

"clemens" Discussed on How I Built This

"Casual like, yeah, I can help you no problem. Yeah. Yes. It was just a bunch of friends getting together to do something cool. Bob, what did you, when you said, you know, I think I want to work with this with this guy. What in your mind did you think that you could do? Well, my experience of it was to go to shows, see this thing, and then be mad. Because I was just mad that that wasn't enough to get the recognition to get some kind of support. Basically, be going to doing these fashion shows and it was like a tree falling on forest and nobody was around to hear it. Yes. That was amazing. Okay, let's go. People were saying, how is this not getting attention? This is such interesting clothing. Yeah, and this is, you know, like fashion is like, it's like a more subjective form of sport. Let's say. And if somebody's really good, then shouldn't they be on the team, is like, this is the one, right? And it's just not happening the press are like I go to a show and it's just us. There's no press, there's no buyers. You know? It's like as if it never happened. And you're trying to get the attention of the famous fashion writers like Robin and siobhan at The Washington Post or we would go for the unfamous ones. You have to understand that when people, you know, you have these institutions like Vogue and style dot com and they're like the Library of Congress of fashion. So you're entry means that you happened. So when they refused to even record that you had a show, they are saying that you don't exist. You don't exist. So.

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"clemens" Discussed on How I Built This

How I Built This

04:26 min | 8 months ago

"clemens" Discussed on How I Built This

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"clemens" Discussed on How I Built This

How I Built This

07:09 min | 8 months ago

"clemens" Discussed on How I Built This

"On the street and substitute great advice from Jonathan Nelson. He was like, go to the lower east side, that's the bargain district. He was like, yo, you got a lot of t-shirts there. So I was walking down Orchard street with like a bag of my stuff because I would do that every single day. You would go down. I would go up and down the walking around to stores and ask her to buy it. Again, this was like Jonathan Nelson was like, yeah, just go to a store and ask her to buy, I was like, really, you just go there and ask her to buy it. He was like, yeah, just show them what you got. You know? You were 17, I think, and it was 18, yeah. 18. It's quite amazing. I mean, were you nervous? I think of myself as an 18 year old and I think I'd be so nervous to walk in and think, oh, are they gonna talk to me? I'm just a kid and yeah, I mean also too like I had this whole thing that I wouldn't tell anyone how old I was. Like my best Friends, they didn't know I was 18 until I was 21. You know? Like they thought I was 21 the whole time because I always just immediately put just feel like this amount of disrespect. When you told someone that was 25 that you are 18. You know? So I just didn't tell anybody how old I was. Especially people that are older than me. So when you were when you got to New York and you started to, you know, to take your designs to the lower east side you're 18. What would you say when you walk into the stores you would say hi, I'm telephoto Clemens, I'm a designer. This is my line, but what was your pitch? I think it was with that. Mostly go to stores that they were doing consignment. At that time it was like 7 and a store called funky la la. The store was cool. It had all these kind of ripped denim skirts and scented shoes. It was just like they just had all this cool vintage stuff and they were also selling designer stuff in there. It was that store funky. It was vice device store. The story, the vice magazine. They had a store initially, yeah. And where were you drawing your inspiration from? Like, because I think initially you really were working with t-shirts, right? T-shirts. Yeah, T-shirt and jeans. Because they were, I mean, they were basic. I'm trying to picture them. I mean, they were Bob Marley t-shirts. No, no, no. This was like, those Bob Marley t-shirts only lasted me like, I think I sold them all like the first month that I got to New York. It's just like anything that was like deconstructed vintage stuff. I would go vintage shopping. I would go all the way out to places at your bar closed by the pound and buy like a bunch of blue denim. You know? And a lot of the things that I would make did not exist. What do you remember? Like one of the pieces that was the thing that I was like, okay, this is a business. Or it has potential to be financially beneficial to me. So I would buy these three XT shirts and put them together into a triple T-shirt. And just to create an image in the mind's eye. When you describe a triple T-shirt, I think what you're describing is something that went down was like vertical, right? It had three holes. So you would take three t-shirts together. I would chop the right arm off of one. The left arm off of another and make a triangle with the third one and connect all of that together where you're two arms would come out of the neck hole, and you could wear them in multiple calls. I was making this all through college. That's like what I was making for people to wear. That's what I met some of my best Friends wearing. And so it had multiple like the neck hole was designed for the arms, so it was different than just like an oversized single T-shirt because it sounds like when you would lift your arms up at almost would have this kind of flowing kind of profile. Yeah, but you could also wear it another way too that you would wear asymmetric and you would have a T-shirt arm and a neck and then a very long shape on one side. And you were just making clothing in your aunt's apartment like with your sewing machine? No, I was at a dorm room at that time. You were making it in dorm room. Yeah. Wow. All right, so you are I mean, you're like 18, 19, you're a student at pace university going to class and also designing clothing that was appearing in some small boutiques. I'm just trying to imagine if I knew you then. And I was like, hey, tell me a little bit about yourself tough or you'd say, oh yeah, you know, I'm designing some clothing and yeah, some of it's in this boutiques in New York. That would have been like really impressed. I mean, that sounds like I thought I was 5. I did not talk to people at school. I went to school at 6 in the morning and mine my business, you know? And also too, at that time, I started to hang out at clubs and I noticed that you could get paid at night by DJing by hosting a party by just showing up. I mean, it seems to me like you also had real ambitions that you were really thinking about. You and what you are going to do with your life and that you were creating something bigger. Is that true or were you not quite was it not quite formed? No. At a certain point, I was like, I want to do this and I want to begin to it began with like, oh, making seasonal collections and doing a show to be able to achieve getting respect from people that were in the fashion industry and that do do this. So it's like, after I had started making things out of fabric and I had to count advice. Vice magazine. Vice magazine and device store, which was like my main account at that time. Vice and funky Lala. Were you making money off of it? Serious money or. Enough to eat. Enough to enough to buy a doubling dollar dumplings. How much were they selling your shirts for? Do you remember? I was selling sweatshirts and stuff for maybe like a $150. $170. It was on consignment too, so I was probably getting all of that. These were sweatshirts that you were creating that you were stitching together and you were designing each one was handmade. Yeah, they were handmade and then I met brother and sister company. They were called PVR menswear. And they had closed that were at the mulberry street market. And I was like, wow, they're close. They're cool. And I bought like a shirt one time and we became friends and then I was like, hey, what do you guys think about sewing these triple t-shirts? And these sweatshirts for these vice orders that are beginning to sell. And they were just like, the sweetest people. So they began to do all of the sewing and things just from there improved. What kept you at it and going? Because it sounds like you were really grinding and just making clothing, you've got stuff in consignment shops. You're DJing. You're.

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"clemens" Discussed on How I Built This

How I Built This

05:53 min | 8 months ago

"clemens" Discussed on How I Built This

"Brand that started in the clubs and side streets of New York City and grew into a global phenomenon. A few years ago, celebrity started to be photographed with a particular handbag. It was shaped like a shopping bag, so think a Bloomingdale's type bag, but with two sets of straps, one set to hang over your shoulder, the other to clutch in your hand. Embossed on the bag was the letter T artfully and symmetrically inserted inside the letter C, the T stands for tell far, the C for Clemens. Tell fart Clemens has become one of the hottest fashion designers in the U.S. over the past few years. His brand logo, the T inside the sea seems like it's everywhere. Look around, you'll see it on t-shirts and sweatpants on hats, even on the uniforms worn by employees at white castle. It's almost as if telfar appeared out of nowhere. Except that topher Clemens has been designing and selling his apparel and accessories for more than 15 years. But for much of that time, tell far's work was largely ignored by the taste makers in the fashion industry. And a big part of the brand's success has come from a deliberate strategy of working outside and at times against the fashion industry. How far in his creative partner Baba grad boy don't go to the Met Gala, they don't attend the major fashion shows, and they don't price their products beyond the reach of most consumers. The designs are simple, genderless, and.

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"clemens" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:32 min | 8 months ago

"clemens" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Was his first year of eligibility for the Hall of Fame Ortiz got enough votes to make the cut But two other superstars in their last year on the ballot did not Roger Clemens is arguably the greatest picture of his time Maybe the greatest picture of all time Barry bond is the best baseball player I've ever seen There's no question about that But Howard Bryant of ESPN who voted for Otis says he could not cast a ballot for either bonds or Clemens There's no ambiguity here It's not because they were nice guys or they weren't nice guys or the writers are vindictive it's drugs And if we weren't talking about steroids they would have been in the Hall of Fame a decade ago Brian says last night's vote sends a clear message about baseball's attitude toward performance enhancing drugs David Ortiz big poppy will be inducted into baseball's Hall of Fame in July This is NPR news This is listener supported WNYC 22 in clear sunny today with a high of 26 wind chills ten to 20 and a low tonight of 17 tomorrow just a high of 31 so we stay below freezing Coming up on 5 30 WNYC supporters include HBO documentary films presenting simple as water directed.

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Big Papi elected to HOF; Bonds, Clemens, Schilling left out

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 8 months ago

Big Papi elected to HOF; Bonds, Clemens, Schilling left out

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"clemens" Discussed on ESPN Daily

ESPN Daily

05:03 min | 8 months ago

"clemens" Discussed on ESPN Daily

"And Sammy Sosa going forward. So Jeff, let's get it out on the record here then, because after this decades long, multi generational campaign against Barry Bonds, what do you think he's going to receive in his inbox when he gets the news at 6 p.m. eastern today? So it's very interesting what a cottage industry the baseball Hall of Fame voting has become. There's a man named Ryan thibodeau, and you can follow him on Twitter at not mister tibbs, TI BBS. And Ryan timido took it upon himself like almost a decade ago now. To compile every single public ballot that exists with baseball Hall of Fame voting and break it down in crazy detail. And so when I look at this spreadsheet that he's got out there publicly, I can see that Barry Bonds right now in terms of public ballots would be it. Like he's over the 75% threshold. Roger Clemens is over the 75% threshold. I can see that Barry Bonds actually has gained some votes from people who didn't vote for him last year and has lost one as well. I also, though, no, because Ryan thibodeau has done this that there's a pattern. That every year, Barry Bonds and Roger Clemens look like they might sneak into the Hall of Fame, but then all of the voters who do not publicly put their ballots out there end up bringing him down back into the 60s to 65% range, which is where I anticipate both bonds and Clemens are going to end up this year. So no. Listen, I hope I am wrong. I hope that this podcast ends up on freezing cold takes because that would mean that Barry Bonds and Roger Clemens, who both deserve to be our Hall of Famers. I just don't think it's happening. So this existential debate between church versus museum, Jeff, how would you deal with the Barry Bonds question in a scenario in which he actually does get inducted? Like if you're running the Hall of Fame, you have not excommunicated yourself, you're actually running the thing in this hypothetical. How are you honoring this man? This to me is the ideal scenario because what these plaques that are hanging on the walls do is allow you to tell the story of baseball. And in this column, I wrote, I wrote a fake plaque for Barry Bonds. In this, I promise she was in the style of what the rest of the haul plaques looked like they.

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"clemens" Discussed on ESPN Daily

ESPN Daily

02:18 min | 8 months ago

"clemens" Discussed on ESPN Daily

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"clemens" Discussed on #M?llistMist - der Podcast

#M?llistMist - der Podcast

07:33 min | 1 year ago

"clemens" Discussed on #M?llistMist - der Podcast

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"clemens" Discussed on #M?llistMist - der Podcast

#M?llistMist - der Podcast

08:05 min | 1 year ago

"clemens" Discussed on #M?llistMist - der Podcast

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New Study Shows Ancient Primates May Have Lived Alongside Dinosaurs

Kottke Ride Home

01:45 min | 1 year ago

New Study Shows Ancient Primates May Have Lived Alongside Dinosaurs

"Did a primates the precursor to all modern primates including humans live alongside dinosaurs. The theory has been batted around over the years but a new study published this year and the journal royal society opens science provides further evidence that that may have been the case. The study is based on new analysis of fossil teeth from the collection of the university of california museum of paleontology in berkeley. Those teeth were just laying undisturbed and uncategorized in her drawer. Ziam until then grad student. Gregory wilson mental. A happened upon them in two thousand three. The teeth are credited with originally having been found by the late. William clemens prolific fossil hunter an expert on the mammals of the mesozoic era who spent most of his time working in the hell creek formation in montana and who unfortunately passed away from cancer in november and the badlands of montana. As you may know from duress park is one of the best places to find evidence about the last dinosaurs and their extinction. Hell creek formation specifically quoting national geographic is critical to understanding what killed off non. Avian dinosaurs and how life evolved afterwards. It's rocks preserve a timeline of life on earth stretching from two million years before the mass extinction to about a million years after one of the few places in the world where fossils can be found on both sides of that boundary and quotes a skeptical that it was the asteroid alone and not other at the time ongoing factors that led to the dinosaurs extinction. Clemens focused on studying other animals that lived alongside the dinosaurs and potentially lived through the extinction. Events other animals potentially including ancient primates.

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Miami Beach extends spring break curfew as crowds stay unruly

Rush Limbaugh

00:37 sec | 1 year ago

Miami Beach extends spring break curfew as crowds stay unruly

"Miami Beach police and elected officials preparing for another round of spring break revelry. South Beach isn't the only problem on the beach Police chief Richard Clemens says his officers move partiers out of the entertainment district. After the eight p.m. curfew, the mob migrated crowd swelled up. Some areas of are considered a PR. Flamingo Park area on We had to go in there and and dispersed them. Mayor Dan Gilbert believes they have is many officers working as they can to control any situation in the future. We're prepared and my totally cousin and no more than 1000 arrests have been made since early February. The A P M curfew and the entertainment district will be in effect Thursday through Sundays through mid

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Bar owner found responsible for 2019 assault on former Houston Astros player's son and godson

Coast to Coast AM with George Noory

00:18 sec | 1 year ago

Bar owner found responsible for 2019 assault on former Houston Astros player's son and godson

"Ah Houston bar owner found guilty for a 2019 assault that caused injuries to the son and God, son of Roger Clemens. The owner of Concrete Cowboy is going to be required to pay. Casey Clemens and Connor compel $3.24 million for an unprovoked

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"clemens" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

04:58 min | 1 year ago

"clemens" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"And I get it. It is a special place, but how protective some of these writers are in some of these voters are and how it needs to be a standard more of just on the field. You have to be a good guy. Or you had to do things the clean way that I don't get. I'm not saying you should look at Barry Bonds and Roger Clemens. Maybe the same way. You look at a Babe Ruth. Or maybe the same way you look at a Hank Aaron or you look at a Sandy Koufax or Nolan Ryan. Whoever it may be. We know that Barry Bonds cheated. We know that Roger Clemens cheated. But what's the goal of the Hall of Fame? The goal. The Hall of Fame, in my opinion is to put the greatest players of all time in the Hall of Fame. And I can't tell the story of baseball without Roger Clemens. And without Barry Bonds, I'm not saying you gotta celebrate them. I'm not saying you gotta love them. I'm not saying that you have to be happy that they're in the Hall of fame. But it is without a doubt in my mind that they should be Hall of Famers. We're talking about a guy. And Roger Corman's clean or not, and we know he wasn't clean, had seven Cy Young awards. He won the world serious twice. He won the Triple Crown twice. He led the M O B and wins four tons. He went to the All Star Game 11 Tons. Barry Bonds, 17 and 11 VPs was a 14 time All Star. But the NL in home runs twice batting champion twice. There's still two the all time great players I've ever seen. Now, you could say Zack. They didn't do it clean. Absolutely. They didn't do it clean for their entire career. They did not do it the right way to tell that story. That's part of the story, but to admit them from the Hall of Fame, I just I'm not on board with it. Can't get behind keeping these guys out of the whole thing. Because if you ask me a 15 20 years from now It was some of the greatest baseball players that you've ever seen, even with 15 20 more years going. Is anyone gonna pass? We're not too many people are gonna pass what Barry Bonds and Roger Clemens did so baseball for a while. I had no problem with what was going on. So now we're going to just pretend At this era didn't exist, and we're gonna human erase history. That I'm not on board with. Put him in, tell their story. Tell their history. I hate though the process of the Hall of Fame and I think the vote should be more diversified. I really I think you should be diversified. Let's get it out of the hands of just writers. They could continue to have the majority the vote, but let's open this up to guys that are living in the Hall of Fame. Let's open this up. Also the team broadcasters, you're telling me Vince Scully? Doesn't get a vote. Come on. And even events. Scully may vote for a Dodger, too. That shouldn't be in. That's not going to get that guy in over the top. What the agenda is definitely come into effect here. Because someone doesn't like a guy because someone didn't talk to him. Or you have voters that think they're a whole lot more important than than they are. And they have to play morale, police and all because this guy cheated. We can't put him in. Because this guy Says ridiculous things. I'm not excusing what Curt Schilling said. I'll be abundantly clear on that for the 19 time when I brought this up in the segment, but because he had Just crazy things that he said an awful things that he said. Oh, you know, we can't put him the whole thing. It doesn't take away. In my opinion from the stats, you may think of Curt Schilling differently. You may think of Barry Bonds differently. You may think of Roger Clemens differently, but still when we talk about their history, we say that all three a great baseball players The waiting has been going on long enough. It's time to put them in. And I don't like how Curt Schilling went about it yesterday. And I don't think they should take him off the ballot continue to go through the process, but the process does need to change. This is not something I've been saying recently. I said this for a while. Said it for a while. Make the minimum 12 some years. It's tough to keep it a 10. I think that's 100%. So if you need to do but something you could consider and also Hall of Fame players get a vote. Team broadcasters get a vote because how many guys have uncovered baseball for a while, they still get votes. Fact they told Dan Lebatard to get out of town when he let the fans vote. On his ballot. His belt was actually pretty damn good. Baseball, too. I understand what you're protective the Hall of Fame, but the standards are too ridiculous. You like Pudge? In one punch Did stakes are its only God knows But we can't put Barry Bonds and Roger Clemens in There's no consistency and I'll be consistent here. Not only should Clemens not only should bonds get in, I put Sosa and I put Maguire and and you know what There's one more to appease all Pete Rose. He rose cheated..

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"clemens" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

06:21 min | 1 year ago

"clemens" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"No to Roger Clemens, those three dudes with the closest and voting by members of the Baseball Writers Associates of America. They released their voting results on Tuesday, and there would be no instruments for the first time in the baseball Hall of Fame since 2013 now one guy did vote for those three guys. He is Bob Nightingale does a great job Now is the Hall of Fame Voter, of course, but it's a USA Today. Sports Major League Baseball calmness He is here, thanks to the Goodyear Hotline. Bob. A lot of people did not join you. But Curt Schilling was one that made the most noise saying You know what I got close, But I'm not going to get in. It's because of my political views. And yes, I'm paraphrasing. What are your thoughts on some, not voting him in or void for Curt Schilling because of the political things that he has leaned towards in the last 3 to 4 years. Widely that I just spoke of use, but just you know what a hatred out there? Um you like things, he said. I mean, Maria Rivera, the was his biggest Trump supporter. As any athlete, he was unanimous pick. So it wasn't just, you know, Pope of you just you know, I think, you know, spearing stuff from hatred involved things like that. And he was the only guy in the balance the handle, you know? Added chances here and he shouldn't you should have got it without Twitter of these A slam dunk again in now, you know, he said he doesn't want to be considered in the war. You know, I think he might be done. That last part for people who don't know card, Schilling has said. Remove me from the ballot for next year when you saw that, and he's that close because he probably gets in to Cooperstown next year. If he's on the ballot. What was your reaction? Well, wasn't that surprised in in the sense where And he should have gone in this year and they had over 7% last year. He should have easily got in over. You know, 80%, maybe 85%. So I don't think he gets in, You know, no matter what, Even if you didn't say that. Even if he stays off Twitter next year, So maybe it's a chance. But he is going to double down and keep on using Twitter and everything else. So I don't think he was going to get in. And I really don't I think there's only chance to get in is really stay off social media and the miners will say we'll get you we're gonna put you in any way. How much of that is right wrong. Or maybe it is indifferent. I don't know. But, Freddie Now we're talking about this in a pre show meeting. What is Twitter? What is your political views have to do with how you played the game. It really doesn't mean it's just I think just a hatred involved everything else. Senator supporting your the insurrection that the White House and things like that, But he didn't do that as a player. That's why I voted for him. It wasn't you know Twitter was around. He was doing that stuff You wanted about it and tore up the clubhouse. Dad didn't happen, so that's why he got my vote. Because it's happening in this career of his life. You know what? Whatever it is, he's doing it and then and then affect him as a player, So that's right. Voted for the guy. Bob Nightingale, USA Today Sports Major League Baseball Kanis and also Baseball Hall of Fame voter joining us here in Freddy and Fitz Simmons on ESPN Radio, the ESPN APP and XM Channel 80. Even Curt Schilling put out there on Twitter, saying, I'm being lumped in with two guys who violated the game on paraphrase when it comes to steroids, meaning Barry Bonds and also Roger Clemens, and that's why he said that you should just take my name off the ballot because I'm tired of that guilt by association. He's not the first guy that has gone through something of your guilt by association. Certain virus didn't get along certain players certain players and get on other players. But yet those guys got into the baseball Hall of Fame. Let's say for argument's sake and play along with Bob. If he does get the majority of the vote next year. What is a liar? Kirsten is going to say my bad. I was just kidding. This is a great honor. Oh, I think you would say that. I think people of that gun Oh, my God. If he gets an inductive, the Hall of Famer like the Hall of Fame what's again, said Defection ceremony. I think you were stuck straight to baseball. I think you have been a homo buddy honor. And I still believe the same thing. If he gets in, you know, he'd be humbled by it and everything else, you know, but I think at some point these guys say he really wants in. And then when you said, stay up social media, no controversy. I don't think it's a chance. Otherwise, I think you will say You know what? Since nobody got in this year, my balance crowded bunch of guys put up with 10 guys. Oh, don't take him up about just so they could squeeze somebody else in Bob, you have some hard liners like your old friend Randy Galloway is a mentor. Mind who are not going to vote for, as he calls on the roid guys. Um, you did explain when you talk to some of your fellow All of fame voters that divide when it comes to Roger Clemens and Barry Bonds. I mean, there's so many, you know, so many guys are voters, men and women were just against the whole steroid use. You know, I understand with a common from but how can you not vote for bombs and planning your vote for guys? Were strongly suspected their likeness with strong suspicions. Okay, they're talking about Mike yacht surge of Bagwell or blood. Rodriguez. You know, it's like, why aren't we living in two best guys of that early era? I'm going to the cleaners, players who haven't lent I'm not in so they've always had my ballot. My vote on the ballot, but the data you're eligible the first two days I check off every year. So I think it's a joke. They're not in the Hall of fame. You know why we penalize these guys were letting everybody else in, you know. Are we really going toe? You guys gonna vote for Alex Rodriguez? And in David Ortiz next year is still not both for Bonds and Clemens. It doesn't access to me, by the way, I'm going to miss that. Bob 90, a USA Today Sports Major League baseball comments on Freddy and Fitz Simmons on ESPN Radio and XM Channel 80. That's the whole Hypocrisy with this whole thing, Because let's say you're voted. That was never gonna vote for Barry Bonds. Never gonna vote for Roger Clemens. And in this case, never gonna vote for Curt Schilling. But then what? If that happens, Bob? What kind of message are the baseball right Association? Not you. But other people sending that if they don't vote those guys in or cast a vote for.

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Miami Beach Police Officers Depart for Washington, DC

Sean Hannity

00:24 sec | 1 year ago

Miami Beach Police Officers Depart for Washington, DC

"Finest aren't representing in Washington, D C ahead of Wednesday's inauguration. Team of some 50 Miami Beach police officers flew out this morning is the chief. I have a little bit of apprehension going up there Having our guys the girls go up. There it is. It is a concern. But, you know, I know that there's a great planets in place up there. Chief Richard Clemens is proud of his officers. It is confident they'll do well. 45 members of Miami Dade Police is rapid deployment force left yesterday as

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Lady Gaga to Sing National Anthem for Biden-Harris Inauguration

Jason and Alexis

00:47 sec | 1 year ago

Lady Gaga to Sing National Anthem for Biden-Harris Inauguration

"No. What's he doing? He is going to be hosting a special 90 minute. Prime time TV special celebrating the inauguration of Joe Biden. The inauguration is just six days away. Yeah, and it will pretty much run on most networks and stream as well. They also announced that Justin Timberlake Jon Bon Jovi, Demi Lovato and and Clemens. Will be performing. And gaga is going to do the national anthem actually doing the national anthem. Yeah, just ride that and the commercial break, So I just want everybody to stay safe. But yes, that will be. I want to 7 30. 7 30. I want 20 years. I

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Houston Rockets 'willing to get uncomfortable,' source says

The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker

01:50 min | 2 years ago

Houston Rockets 'willing to get uncomfortable,' source says

"Got and you were bit baffled by this when ralph ervin read is updates about the new york daily news reporting that the nets and the rockets had agreed to a deal in principle trae. We got all types of conflicting reports. Which connie's maybe. That's why i was like what right right right because tim macmahon from. Espn is reporting. Rob g read the his post. If you don't mind well it's been aggregated by gm but the money quote here is that the rockets are quote willing to get uncomfortable in quote with the trade wishes of harding and westbrook and feel no pressure to expedited. Deal ahead of the start of the regular season which willing to get uncomfortable with me. You know if you guys going to act up. We're fine but we're not just going to give you wanna give in right. Could they both got two. Maybe three years left on. The i say may because they've got a player options for third year. So the rockets are in no rush. I'm going to give fleeced unknown organization. Chris if you trade away. James harden does value of your franchise. Go down yes so simple as that right. Yeah yeah robbie first-time gm you think. He wants his first trade to beat a. He got fleeced and he got bullied by some players. Who had three years left on your deal to. You won't be gm long that right. So let's see. I mean who knows what will happen. And we'll get into that a little bit later but when i heard that he was like Deals done unto prince wall was.

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Brain-eating amoeba may be in Houston-area tap water

GardenLine with Randy Lemmon

00:31 sec | 2 years ago

Brain-eating amoeba may be in Houston-area tap water

"A brain eating amoeba is found in the water supply of the brasses sport Water Authority. Nine communities being told not to consume any tap water. Let's run through these nine. Lake Jackson, Freeport Angleton, Brazoria Richwood Oyster Creek Clue. Rosenberg Dow Chemical TDCJ Clemens and TDCJ Wayne Scott. Residents advise. Don't DRINK Don't Wash. Don't SHOWER Don't use tap water for anything except Flushing a toilet until further notice.

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Washington DC area parents concerned over schools reopening

WTOP 24 Hour News

01:58 min | 2 years ago

Washington DC area parents concerned over schools reopening

"School systems are settling on learning plans for the fall, With most choosing to start entirely online. We have a situation in Montgomery County, in which the health officer is trying to prevent private an independent schools for me opening within person instruction, But what do parents think? At this stage? I spoke on Skype of the Washington Post polling director Scott Clemens about their lives. A survey on the matter are poll found a real mix of use in a lot of concerns about the risks of coming back to school and sending Children back to school but also problems with all online instruction. Altogether 44% Said that they prefer a mix of in person and online instruction. 39% preferred on all online in 16% preferred all in person glasses. Now, what did the pole find as Faras? The outlook for things to change or improve with re opening the long term outlook wasn't very good. Overall, 56% said that it wouldn't be safe to send Children to impersonate classes this fall. When we followed up with that group, Ah majority said that they didn't it would take until at least January or later than that. For it to become safe and did the pole and cover any kind of divide along political beliefs. When it comes to which parents want in person learning and their views on safety. We've had a very stark divide on safety, Uh most Republicans as well as parents who send Children to private school and most whites. Said that schools would be safe to send Children this fall. Ah, but most Democrats and independents as well as black parents in his parent, parents said it would not be safe. A lot of the parents that you talked, Tio talked about the dilemma with wanting to send their kids back to school. But knowing that there's a threat with covert 19 out there seems like there's just a lot of pain oozing out of this pole from those parents. That's right. Parents aren't in an enviable position. They clearly are concerned about both the risk of their own families as well as teachers and the community if students are gathering in schools, But they're concerned about their kid's education is

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John McNamara, manager of ill-fated '86 Red Sox, dies at 88

WBZ Midday News

00:50 sec | 2 years ago

John McNamara, manager of ill-fated '86 Red Sox, dies at 88

"Linked with the 1980 16 has died with a story. McNamara was 88 years old. He died with his family by his side in Tennessee. He was at the helm for the Red Sox in one of the most infamous moments in baseball history, Dan Shaughnessy in today's Boston Globe, saying He has already heard from John McNamara's wife, Ellen, who told him Game six is always going to be hanging over him. Game six of the 1986 World Series where the Red Sox spiraled and lost. Many believe it all started when Roger Clemens was pulled from the game when the Red Sox were leading in the eighth. McNamara claiming Clemens wanted to be taken out. Clemens to this day denies it. Ellen McNamara going on to tell Dan Shaughnessy I just want to say one thing. My husband did not take Roger Clemens out of that game. John McNamara dead at the age of 88. Jim McKay W B Z Boston's NewsRadio

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"clemens" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

06:44 min | 2 years ago

"clemens" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Well, if I your neighbor of Ed Clemens be aware because I He will also be celebrating Hashtag National New Day. That's what's also happening today. So that walk of yours will feel a little brisk. Even though it's still undergoing to let me know this. It's a 102 I don't even know what What did numbers mean Samos days, man? I don't know. Let us say hello to beat OAS. Well, Good afternoon, Vito, What's going on? Hello? I'm stoked, man. I don't have any pudding or chipping things to do in betwixt all my other jobs like that. Talented and legendary Ed Clement's, but since you told me I have been excited, just counting down the minutes until 4 15 when we get literal lifetime Longhorn slash legend slash yes. Goat curl Campbell Earl Campbell on the show today at 4 15 That's going to be a highlight. He's Ah, He's gonna have his name on the on the stadium and, Ah, perhaps more prestigious is going to be on our show is the second minutes from now, right? Yeah, right. Right, right. No, I am Ah! I'm just slightly grumpy. I was dealing with some things today. Don't worry about it. It's not a thing on I got. I got a text from Ed this afternoon. It seemed like basically a wellness check, like are you alive? Which is good, I will. I'll take one of those every day. But it Ah, man. Is there a worse complaint in this and it woke me up from a nap. Which is what my my right eyeball is now blurry. What? I have not been sleeping good on, and I just I think I fell. I fell asleep on my eyeball and way to go ahead. Yeah, on at first because I was angry. I was like, why you messing with me? I was like, What do you want? What you want from me? I was like, damn it. Ed caused this blurry eyeball. But now now, I'm like if he had not said anything if he had not intervened. Perhaps I don't know. Could I have lost the eye? Who knows? Dave? That's what I'm saying. That's what I'm saying is that he may have been the hero in this whole thing. I don't want it. Cause anybody have blurry balls at all. No fun If that back to you big dose of penicillin most of time, But for you just get that eye open, little advising in there. It could work for both of us. A matter of fact would do that. First of all, Earl Campbell coming up, ladies and gentlemen. 83605 90 is the phone number 51283605 90 April Can I Can I have a moment of appreciate appreciation? Ah, like this is the only fun part of my day. All of the other parts are all of the other parts are less fun. And this part I'm just I'm just happy they spend with you guys. So, So Thank you for having me. Thank you. Glad you're here doing that. A lot of fun things to talk about it not size, Earl Man. They're dishing out the money in the NFL. Cam Newton talks about the Patriots. You know what I mean? A lot of things to talk about a couple of breaks in the world. The Disney world. They're one As a rule. The other was a was a hand. Well, way will get Teo all of that in just a moment. But let's let's start with some golf stuff because I know ad Eyes plugged into that Tiger Woods says that he has chosen safety over could over tournaments in the going, you know. Ah, restart of the PGA, if you will. He said he would. He took safety because he wanted to see how everything was working. So he's not played since it started back in June, But he started playing this week at Jack Nicklaus's tournament memorial. I think he's doing it because out of respect And admiration for Jack Nicklaus. But he says he's just been staying safe in Florida. He's been playing off of his home course He's been playing a lot of golf with his kids, so he chose the safety route. But the thing he talked about today, fellas that was so interesting in his news conference. He's never played a tournament, probably since he got into college, where there hasn't been a horde of fans there. No fans watching Tiger Woods all week long it. Dublin, Ohio. S o AA. And I mean, but that has nothing to do with his his safety, right? Ah. I mean, if you're going to travel, I guess if you're tiger, you're on a private plane. You're probably sure. Probably doing good. Ah, but Ah, it seems to me it. Look, it's really easy. Two. Say I'm choosing safety over playing tournaments when you're Tiger Woods and you're worth a $1,000,000,000 you just played. Ah, you know a Ah Ah exhibition match a couple of weeks ago. Where, you know, I mean, I don't know, surely made a gazillion dollars. Ah, and you can put that on any time, right? Sure, wouldn't you say right now? That sounds like looking at the numbers of PJ's the safest sport to be playing, at least in America, but occasionally after being anybody's face at any time, I think baseball could be pretty safe. You're not going to be in anybody's face, which is with a level of tests that have come back. Positive. Sure, sure. I have been. I guess there's been five or six positive test on the PGA Tour and those people who got outside the proverbial bubble, but I think they had, like four or five tournaments, right? I mean, look at all the numbers just coming from people returning to spring training for basically, it's great. I don't think Tiger with play Jason if there were fans because it gets crowded. You've been a professional drivers around the tee box and stuff and people all around. No, but I think that he did. It doesn't matter whether or not He would. There were fans there. He could not play again for the next 10 years or the last 10 years and still be 100 millionaire. And and so Yeah, I don't. I don't know that his whole I'm choosing safety first. Well, you know, I'm not going to question it because he's you know, he's got a couple of kids. He's got a girlfriend down in Florida, and he's just You know, Right? Okay. The great Earl Campbell is going to join us next. And I'm just going to pins and needles. I'm going. I'm going to be quiet because I'm in an angry mood and everything. Don't be angry with Earl. You can ask him anything You want to everything is fine. I think we're gonna be fine. Look sports talk back in just a moment..

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Suspicious Celebrity Deaths: Marilyn Monroe

Hostage

05:26 min | 2 years ago

Suspicious Celebrity Deaths: Marilyn Monroe

"We'll start our exploration with a clip from podcast original conspiracy. Theories that discusses the media sensationalized death of actress and sex icon Marilyn Monroe nearly sixty years after her death. Monroe continues to be a pop culture icon. Monroe's private life was the subject of much Hollywood gossip in the nineteen fifties. She was involved in two highly publicized marriages and divorces and battled addiction and depression when she died of a prescription overdose in nineteen sixty two. It was ruled a suicide but many believed there was something more behind her cause of death on August fourth nineteen sixty two. Maryland spent most of the afternoon in a room after having an argument with her friend and publicist Pat Nukem in the morning nukem state at the House for the rest of the afternoon at about three or four. Pm Maryland's housekeeper. Eunice Murray called over her psychiatrist. Dr Ralph Greenspan. She claims she called him because she was troubled by Maryland's request for an oxygen treatment. Even though oxygen was a well-known hangover cure at the time Dr Green soon arrived around three or four Pat Nukem left and green spoke to Maryland in her room for about an hour. Greenspan left asking Murray to stay at Maryland's house overnight and keep an eye on her Maryland took a telephone into her room and spent the night making calls to friends and acquaintances every when she spoke to agree she didn't sound drugged or depressed and she gave no indication. She was considering suicide at around ten PM. She set the receiver down during a call and never turned around ten thirty. She made one last call to Peter. Lawford her friend. And the husband of Patricia Kennedy during the call she apparently drifted into unconsciousness and stopped responding at either midnight or three a m. She changed her story later. In the morning Eunice Murray woke up and noticed a light in Maryland's room was still on but she wasn't responding. She called Dr Green Son who broke in through the bedroom window and found Maryland lying dead clutching the telephone. Next to empty pill. Bottles of prescription sedative called NEMBUTAL and a nearly empty bottle of another sedative choral hydrate. Greenspan called Maryland's physician Dr Hyman Engelberg. Who came over and officially pronounced her dead at four. Twenty five am the police were called. Murray Greenspan and Engelberg initially told investigators Jack Clemens that Maryland's body had been found at midnight creating a four hour gap between discovering the body and calling the police that none of them could account for clemens. Was Relieve by Sergeant Marvin known who sealed up the house until the full investigative force arrived at about five thirty when the investigators questioned them later that morning. Murray Greenspan and Engelberg all changed their stories to say that Maryland's body hadn't been discovered until three a m inconsistencies in the forensic evidence and the witnesses stories. Baffled the police but it did appear to be a suicide so they held off on opening an official investigation until the coroner confirmed the cause of death. The coroner's investigation went on for less than a week during which they interviewed. None of the key witnesses except for Maryland psychoanalyst. Dr Ralph Greenspan after speaking with Dr Greenspan the deputy. Da Leading the investigation said. He was completely convinced that. Maryland's death was not a suicide. The medical examiner's performing the autopsy also believed the death couldn't have been a suicide but despite those findings the coroner officially ruled the cause of death as a probable suicide over the past five decades. Even more evidence has emerged to suggest that Marilyn's death was not in fact a suicide. There have been repeated calls to reopen the investigation into Maryland's death some as recent as two thousand two should not be a close case. It should be an open case by the. Da There's too much too. Many people too much overwhelming evidence that proves that this was not a suicide and I think that Maryland needs closure the difficulty with finding the truth. Is that nearly all the key? Figures involved in Maryland's death are now dead themselves and the statements they gave during their lifetimes were often contradictory. Many of the witnesses who have spoken out against the official story have been discredited as liars fame seekers and conspiracy theorists despite evidence that they might be telling the truth and many of the people who upheld the official story had their own hidden agendas. It was in their best interest to end the inquiry into Maryland's death as quickly as possible

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Study Hall: Summit on Sustainable Fashion

Dressed: The History of Fashion

06:12 min | 2 years ago

Study Hall: Summit on Sustainable Fashion

"Went to study hall recently. No I didn't get detention. It was actually the exact opposite of detention. It was this really beautiful amazing six our experience. That happened a few weeks ago. Here in New York City Study Hall is an Educational Conference like that which is organized by slow factory and slow factories. Co-founder selene Simone. And it was this amazing six our experience of hearing from designers scientists educators and activists all on the topic of climate positively at scale within the fashion industry. So I know that you actually watched it online so you our listeners can also watch it online. How did you feel about study hall? Well first of all. It's it's an annual free summit on sustainable fashion so anyone can get tickets go which is so cool and then she also puts it all online so people like myself and address listeners. Who could not make the event you can see this incredible You know conference and bringing together of all of these people that are working on sustainable fashion so like how do we build a better? More sustainable ethic conscious fashion industry now and for the future so I was excited about this event and very excited of to watch it. Even if I wasn't there in person yeah and there were actually seven hundred people there in person. So how yeah. They were estimating that it was going to be something like five hundred and it was actually held at the New York Times Center. Which is this beautiful event space and auditorium and they had to turn the TV room that they set up downstairs into an overflow room. Kezman writing people were super into it. It was just an incredible day. I left so inspired. There were so many panelists that were amazing right and including the person who opened the conference is our past guest Carina Emmerick and really beautiful dedication. she's a native American fashion designer and she did this really beautiful recognition of the land that nyc sits on as being the home of the lanark people who were moved to Oklahoma in eighteen sixties. So the whole the whole day was really great. And I don't know what your takeaways were but my takeaways from the day were that planetary health is human health that climate change is a human rights issue And also so many panelists. It kept coming back again and again and again that there's this direct correlation between environmental abuses and human rights abuses And I'M NOT GONNA go into like Hella detail here but you can jump on study hall yourself and listen in if you want to. But but it was. I opening inspirational heartbreaking at times. But but really really great. Yeah so Crema opened the show with a powerful land. Acknowledgement LIKE WHITNEY. Mcguire did this Powerful labor acknowledgement so you have the landing management and then you have the Labor acknowledgement. You know this country is built on the backs of millions of enslaved African Americans. You know so. It's kind of just this reminder of of where we come from so that we can move forward to a brighter future with acknowledging where we came from and where this country comes from and how it was built and who have been the custodians of this country before us. Yeah I mean Creena just to quote her. She said indigenous people make up four percent of the world's population and we are still protecting eighty percent of the world's biosystems and she didn't explicitly say this but she kind of reminded us that while Greta. Thunberg is a powerful white activist. She's become the face of climate change. Indigenous activists have been fighting for the last two centuries to protect their land. But Yeah my main takeaways. All Star that climate change is a human rights issue. I think you have panelists Lillian Lou. Who said one in six people in the world work in a job related to fashion that sixty million people worldwide and only about two percent earn a living wage? So you know lots of really powerful stuff. Climate Positivie was the theme so quote to close low for actually going back to our roots of living in harmony with nature by providing sustainable scalable solutions for the long-term with ecologically regenerative practices and projects in alignment with environmental justice for Black Brown and indigenous communities. And something I thought was so cool and I know I think I called you to talk about April was the one x one conscious design initiative which is so cool it says partnership between the Slow Factory Foundation and Serov Sqi supported by the UN. And basically it's these partnerships. I abstained future. So you're pairing fashion designers with scientists for instance and designer telfar. Clemens is paired with scientists the end Skyros. Yeah she's a professor at fit. And I my mind was literally blown out. I have her on the show and in fact after we get on recording this. I'm just gonNA email her and be like hi. Would you like to come on the show? Yeah because not only. Is she working with her students? Fit to bio engineer. Leather and algae-based yarn. So just think about that. I can trust listeners. She went and she was talking about it on on study hall about how you can grow leather shapes essentially so without even having to so it because algae will just form to itself around a mold she has this incredible company called algae net with their motto is biology is the future of fashion and they promote this closely product life cycle so so many cool things happening and I think you should absolutely ask her on the show that would be really really cool to hear more about bio

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This week in the NBA

Ground Zero with Clyde Lewis

00:10 sec | 2 years ago

This week in the NBA

"This week in two thousand five Roger Clemens agrees to a one year eighteen million dollar deal with the Houston Astros making Clemens the most expensive pitcher in major league history

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Jeter, Walker elected to Baseball Hall of Fame

News, Traffic and Weather

00:29 sec | 2 years ago

Jeter, Walker elected to Baseball Hall of Fame

"Derek Jeter has been elected to the Major League Baseball hall of fame at the Yankee captain fell one vote shy of being a unanimous selection joining Jeter in the class of twenty twenty is BC native Larry Walker who last played out field for the Expos Rockies and cardinals former Seattle Mariners shortstop Omar Vizquel receive fifty two percent of the votes and steroid era stars Barry Bonds and Roger Clemens picked up about sixty percent which indicates the baseball writers might soon be willing to forgive and

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"clemens" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"clemens" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"One vote shy of a hundred percent getting in with one or two percent of the vote nine Jeter's concerned getting in that was the concern I don't like to jinx anything so I never like to talk about I try not to pay much attention to the news and you know everyone say all well it's a foregone conclusion but I never looked at it that way because it's something that's very difficult you're talking about one percent of the players that have ever played this game into the hall of fame so it's very humbling that audio courtesy of the MLB network and you will have one other person joining him in this new class of twenty twenty is long time exposing Colorado Rockies outfielder Larry Walker who is the first Canadian born position player to make it to the hall I literally had to learn everything in the minor leagues I didn't really play baseball growing up didn't hive high school baseball so that didn't exist it was fifteen games of hard ball summer but I played us on on a fast pitch team with my dad and my brothers with a softball now he's a hall of Famer that audio courtesy of the MLB network seventy five percent of the vote necessary for election Curt Schilling finish was seventy percent Roger Clemens sixty one percent Barry Bonds sixty one percent Manny Ramirez twenty eight percent Marcell Ozuna free agent outfielder signed with the Braves one year eighteen million this round goes to the islanders will check that next WFAN twenty twenties Forrest time is ten oh three get a whole new perspective on ram fifteen hundred and.

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Jeter Misses Unanimous Election To Hall Of Fame By 1 Vote

Brett Winterble

00:29 sec | 2 years ago

Jeter Misses Unanimous Election To Hall Of Fame By 1 Vote

"Baseball hall of fame in Cooperstown welcome to new players today while those accused of steroid use fell well short again Larry Walker who spent seventeen years with the Expos rocky since cardinals is here along with shortstop Derek Jeter who was one vote shy of being only the second unanimous election to a hall of fame caliber meanwhile Roger Clemens sixty one percent of the vote very bonds sixteen point seven percent fell well short once

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Red Sox's Pedroia has serious setback in rehab

WBZ Afternoon News

00:33 sec | 2 years ago

Red Sox's Pedroia has serious setback in rehab

"It has been confirmed today that red Sox second baseman Dustin Pedroia has suffered a significant setback in his attempt to come back this season he's only played nine games in the last two seasons major league baseball's twenty twenty hall of fame class will be announced today red Sox legends Roger Clemens and Curt Schilling are hoping to get beyond the seventy five percent threshold former New York Yankee shortstop Derek Jeter is considered a slam dunk to be voted in and Celtics off tonight after a blow out of lebron James in the Lakers last night will be hosting the Grizzlies tomorrow night at seven thirty Brian it's an alley WBZ Boston's news

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Jeter looks set to become No. 2 unanimous pick for Hall of Fame

Atlanta's Morning News

00:21 sec | 2 years ago

Jeter looks set to become No. 2 unanimous pick for Hall of Fame

"Yankee shortstop Derek Jeter's a shoe in for the baseball hall of fame is this year's classes announced today zero players like Sammy Sosa Roger Clemens and Barry Bonds also waiting to see if they're getting a little more attention from voters Curt Schilling is hoping to seal the deal after a steady increase in both ABC's Ryan borough says Jeter could become just the second ever unanimous choice after teammate

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"clemens" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

03:08 min | 3 years ago

"clemens" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Speak with Jonathan Clemens personal finance experts also founder and editor of humble dollar dot com he's written a piece entitled saving myself this perhaps was aided early on in your career right you ran into an editor when you're first journalism gigs re basically told you your writing was garbage how do you but you will colorful phrase what one of the articles I wrote this is and when I told him I was reading the magazine he said you seem smart enough maybe you could be an analyst but you called the right to save your life and you did what with that information what is the the particular article where he wrote this is across the top I hung on to that article is looks at it it provided some of the motivation to keep going and of course and I went on to spend twenty is the Wall Street journal there may be many things about me there or not top notch but one of them it's something not my right that people seem to agree it's really actually pretty good explain to because you had a couple of side gigs that you did well with than that but as you say battalion became gravy money in your whole scenario trying to be a good saver when I moved from a London the United States in nineteen eighty six all I had my name was credit card debt and I had a fiance who was a graduate student has not making any money I was on a twenty thousand dollar a year salary Forbes magazine that that no money left over and so the only way to find money to say would have these windfalls another's windfalls came from writing freelance articles I would free lunch did just about anybody to make a couple hundred box and windows when polls arrived I would immediately turn around and send them off to my investment account and that's how I got started as an investor please don't then Jonathan Clements founder and editor of humble dollar dot com thirteen minutes now in front of the hour on this weekend it may not be stomach issues for me it's intense gas or pain or diarrhea sometimes all at once over and over I spent years with the symptoms but could never figure it out no matter what I did they never went away so I decided to break it down for my doctor and get really specific about my symptoms we discovered that exocrine pancreatic insufficiency or E. P. I may be the reason for my stomach issues E. P. I. is caused by my pancreas it leads to diarrhea gas bloating stomach pain unexplained weight loss and oily stools the symptoms just don't go away but he P. I can show up with even one symptom the good news API's manageable but to get to the right diagnosis you have to break it down for your doctor and get specific about the severity of your.

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