14 Burst results for "Dave Crosby"
Carter Scores Career-High 4 Goals, Penguins Blast Sabres 8-4
"In just his thirtieth game as a member of the team Pittsburgh Penguins forward Jeff Carter accomplished something the Pittsburgh captain Sidney Crosby never has Carter scored four goals as the penguins beat the Buffalo Sabres eight to four Carter who was acquired by Pittsburgh at the trade deadline has now scored eight goals with the penguins are lines start the building chemistry and get things rolling reduction right Brian dumoulin Jared McCann and Caspary cap and all found the net as Dave Crosby who has led the penguins to eight wins in their last ten games and into sole possession of first place in the east division for last place buffalo Drake Caggiula scored his second and third goals of the year Josh Rowntree Pittsburgh
"dave crosby" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"I missed la but after a while it was like okay. I could go back to lane now. I'm with you. I love new york. I love the inari love. You know smell of the city the all the things you can do. The food is great and everything but Yeah i mean once you once you've had southern california sun It's kinda die. I was born and raised here. So when i go anywhere people you know i look around. Say if you know about california why would you ever live here. osa california but but yeah i can see where where you know a guy like yourself comes out and says not. This is it. This is where i'm staying so stone. Sixty eight you come out with Your ban Twice nicely are you know. I the other guys. There's definitely this laurel canyon Connection are you in that as well did you come out and like move up laurel canyon and all that or different for you. Well after we were when the ban came out we weren't in again. We were somewhere else but after a while i met dave crosby who was the first everybody. Everybody's got that story. Yeah moved down here. And i met dave crosby at the at the country store and what we really good. We'd that's sorta early we have very. That's how got the knows. Well that's where we drove into. La the first time we're on sunset award at a nowhere lace player. Bob london's is he says. Oh that i want to go. This was the health food health food. What the hell heard the strays. Welcome to california laurie there. I want to see this health food. I'll go with the we go in neil young alcyone. He said really young buffalo springfield at that. Yeah yeah savings To shock but a couple of nights later we were dinner this restaurant. This is david sitting there. A few tables away. So i went myself to him. Came invited him to hear the band. He came over her the band. Doug dugway we became. Hells came out in. Like i said he relaxes. We a good strain of the that one day. He called me and said i to tell you.
"dave crosby" Discussed on Pantheon
"I miss delay but after a while it was like okay i could go back to lane. Yeah i'm with you. I love new york. I love the inari love. You know smell of the city the all the things you can do. The food is great and everything but Yeah i mean once you once you've had southern california sun It's kinda die. I was born and raised here. So when i go anywhere people you know i look around. Say if you know about california why would you ever live here. osa california but but yeah i can see where where you know a guy like yourself comes out and says not. This is it. This is where i'm staying so stone. Sixty eight you come out with Your ban Twice nicely are you know. I the other guys. There's definitely this laurel canyon Connection are you in that as well did you come out and like move up laurel canyon and all that or different for you. Well after we were when the ban came out we weren't we were somewhere else. But after a while. I met dave crosby who is the first thing everybody. Everybody's got that story. Yeah moved down here. And i met dave crosby at the at the country store and what we really good. We'd that's sorta early we have very. That's how the nose. Well that's where we drove into. La the first time we sunset award at a nowhere lace player. Bob london's is he says. Oh that i want to go. This was the health food health food. What the hell heard the strays. Welcome to california laurie there. I want wanna see this health food. I'll although with the we go in. Neil young alcyone. He said really young buffalo springfield at that. Yeah savings to shock. Yeah but a couple of nights later. We were dinner this restaurant. This is david sitting there. A few tables away. So i went myself to him. Came invited him to hear the band. He came over here. The band doug dugway we became hells came out in. Like i said he drove relaxes. We a good strain of the rita that one day he called me and said i got to tell you.
"dave crosby" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"Yeah. That was a huge hit for done Henley on his building the perfect beast album. By. The Way I saw that tour and was blown away especially by the guy we're talking to today Danny Komar was Henley's writing and producing partner throughout most of the eighties. Dany Kuch Kuch Maher is an American guitarist session, musician producer, and songwriter. Coach Mars work with singer Songwriters such as Linda Ronstadt James, Taylor Dave crosby. Carole King David. Cassidy. Neil young and Carly Simon helped define the signature sound of the singer songwriter era of the nineteen seventies. Jackson, Browne and Don Henley have recorded many songs written or co written by or with a coach and coach Maher was Henley's songwriting and producing partner in the nineteen eighty S as we've already established. Yes, he is another in our immediate family series. We've had drummer Russ Kunkel and basis Leland skylar coming up we will be talking to Waddy Wachtel and Steve Pastel Stack ban. But today it's all about Danny born in New York. And yes literally childhood friends James. Taylor after cutting his teeth in New York City he followed his friend out West when Peter Asher took Taylor out of the London scene for the bright sunny west coast being on carole king's tapestry and sweet baby James These two albums solidified him as a first call session musician. Just as La is becoming ground zero for the music industry, he got plenty of work throughout the seventies. Even made a band with Ross and Lee called the section which you all may remember when we talked to Russ Emily A, which they all became known as whether they were working in the band or on sessions search for others. As I said with Russ in Lee in their interviews at the zenith of might be playing on Jackson Browne's running on empty live albums of original tunes not that they didn't continue to do extraordinary work and continue to do today I think you'll hear Danny. Mentioned that right up until the pandemic, all of them were..
"dave crosby" Discussed on Pantheon
"Yeah that was a huge hit for done Henley on his building the perfect beast album. By the way I saw that tour and was blown away especially by the guy, we're talking to today Danny Komar was Henley's writing and producing partner throughout most of the eighties. Dany Kuch Kuch. Maher is an American guitarist session, musician producer, and Songwriter Coach Mars work with singer songwriters such as Linda, ronstadt James Taylor Dave crosby carole King David Cassidy Graham Nash, Neil Young and carly. Simon. Helped define the signature sound of the singer songwriter era of the nineteen seventies. Jackson Browne and Don Henley have recorded many songs written or co written by or with a coach and coach Maher was Henley's songwriting and producing partner in the nineteen eighty S as we've already established. Yes he is another in our immediate family series. We've had drummer Russ, Kunkel and basis. Leland skylar coming up we will be talking to Waddy Wachtel and Steve Postel. Stack ban. But today it's all about Danny born in. New, YORK? And yes literally, childhood friends James Taylor after cutting his teeth in New York City he followed his friend out. West. When Peter Asher took Taylor out of the London scene for the bright sunny west coast being on carole king's tapestry and Sweet Baby James these two albums solidified him as a first call session musician. Just, as La is becoming ground zero for the music industry, he got plenty of work throughout the seventies even made a band with Ross and Lee called the section which you all may remember when we talked to Russ Emily A, which they all became known as whether they were working in the band or on sessions search for others. As I said with Russ in Lee in their interviews at the zenith of might be playing on. Jackson, Browne's running on empty live albums of original tunes not that they didn't continue to do extraordinary work and continue to do today I. Think you'll hear Danny mentioned that right up until the pandemic, all of them were. Insanely, busy as if it were a normal day and one that they have been experiencing since the nineteen seventies he scored movies like Cheech and Chong's up in smoke did know that and worked on the LA version of rocky horror picture show which Kinda got the ball moving for the movie and he does play Ronnie Pudding. In spinal tap. So along with Russ. he's in that greatness of a rock and roll fake excess. In the eighties he worked a lot with Linda Ronstadt, and is featured in several of her MTV era videos most importantly he is her musical director for her nineteen eighty tour, and you can now hear just how fucking bad ass that band was with Linda's recently released live nine, hundred eighty, make sure you go and get that in one, thousand, nine, hundred, four,.
"dave crosby" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"That we've got you on we got a little bit of a special edition of the show you said something earlier in the week that prompted me to do two things one I wanted to revisit the subject a little bit more detail into I sort of thing like who else can I bring into this conversation and then it occurred to me immediately of course Lydia Cruz Lydia thank you for joining us thank you for having me so excited so what you said earlier in the week Stacey got me thinking when we were talking about you the surprise Russell Wilson interview when he pops out from behind Jake and you had to throw a couple of quick questions at him because everybody was a little surprised that the J. can Russell Wilson pressure was on everyone and you asked him a couple of questions which I always love those the question I think regarding what is the reality TV he's been seeing on right now he and see our bill did you got something along those lines I love the sort of questions because it gets athletes in a comfort zone they they start when they're interviewed all day long about really mundane questions about sports they actually seem to really enjoy so I love the fact he jumped in with this but then tell us a little bit about what happened afterwards okay well in lady already knows because I was complaining to her right now I'm not telling her anything she doesn't know but I got quite a bit well I got some support but it's always the people that take issue that are kind of the loudest in the moments especially if you're new to radio like I'm still me and Lydia talk about all the time like just learning to take those critiques if you don't normally see them mostly me complain to her she's she's got a lot of experience but it's but it was it was a big kind of issue that some people are taking saying it was a stupid question saying I sounded stereo typical because I was asking him as as a woman I was asking him about what reality TV show he's watching in fact I just got a tweet from someone earlier today still complaining about it I was about something tweet about something totally unconnected I retweeted a video is a fantastic interview of Katie Nolan and it was from this podcast where she was saying that there can be room for more than one type of woman in sports and it's something we typically fall into with like there's media kinds occasional and there can be no one else and that's that's just simply not true and in there can be many women who talk about comedy or pop culture or or whatever and sports just like there are already five thousand million men who do it and no one seems to complain so this guy commented and told me it was just a quote come on moment and I was like why I mean what will it end it was just surprising to me that so many people are taking issue with it when the hosts and Lydia knows this part of what we all try to do is be personable and in hosts and producers and board ops and everyone always shares kind of like jokes and personal stories and asking a quarterback what he and his wife for watching together you know when we're all in quarantine I thought was completely innocent absolutely and so it got me thinking about the larger issue of women in sports broadcasting because I know that we think that we've marched the it a little bit forward and people are getting more and I think maybe people are generally a little bit more accepting but still I get shocked when I hear stories from you or from Lydia or from you know clean up on the news side about the way people like mostly almost exclusively men react to a woman in sports broadcasting so before I want to ask Lydia what her reaction was to what happened to you and and a few of her own four thousand stories of it happening to her but also so let it could you give a quick for our listeners give a quick like origin story how did you get involved in doing this I'm sure in our being Stacey's friend because there's a great or destroyed or notice yeah with the professional thing and then we'll assume that yeah no I I actually got my first job in radio when I was twenty three I wanted in a contest which was kind of crazy but actually share that in common with Shannon Drayer who also works on our sports side she also got her first job in radio by entering a contest four years later a working on a morning show top morning show in Seattle my contract wasn't re signed I decided to go back to school for sports journalism and about a year and a half later I interned here and then ended up getting the job so now I I have just over seven years of experience in this market but sports is not rep is I guess relatively new in my professional career because radio is not but the sports side of it sure it is yes so so when you heard Stacey talking about this sort of blowback that she got in this is not the first time I think Stacey and I've talked about this a whole lot so you've got say how many years since it specifically in sports journalism in sports three years hence instance you've got how many now western was empire starting in twenty fourteen okay radio I started in it and last year right so so then that when Stacey was saying about this blow back at what was your initial reaction right I immediately jump to you know she is one of my best friends so a lot of my techs are the encouraging type but it in a certain way is me talking to myself right because these are experiences that I've had as well and always those types of comments after remind people remind friends that there are more about the other person and they are about you whether it's the fact that they're envious that you have a job in sports and they feel like that they wish they had that job that they feel that they're more qualified for that job but ultimately it was a great question because you got a little piece of Russell Wilson the person not just Russell Wilson that athlete N. and that is what I think we're always striving for so I thought you didn't incredible job with that and and those types of comments well they hurt because everybody wants to be well liked and well respected yeah you really have to disregard them and you can't give them any anyway well in my experience I think I'm like the both of you I mean I'm I'm sensitive to it I think we all are sensitive to criticism and beans but but I don't care to sized based on gender unless I make some sort of you know broad assumption about women and then of course some criticized as I should be but but I don't get could I get her not knowing things about being too liberal like things like that but I don't get that gender because it's I could maybe get a little smarter I can maybe get to know something a little better difficult for me on the other end to be to be when people criticize you for being a woman in sports it's whole it's hard to change that status I mean so so how do you when you get that says let's throw it back to Stacey when it when you get that sort of blowback I mean is that the type of stuff that actually you end up carrying around all day or do you shut it fairly easily at this point I do not shed it easily I go back and forth it depends if it's something that I already worry about myself like I so like I don't have a ton of underlying sports knowledge I had to work really hard to try to cram and study and get ready for everything and it helps having friends who do know what town and also put that work in right like Lydia keep score for every single baseball game she watches like she does she's not just like a casual viewer it's like how she stays up to date with stuff and how she knows that it's like she works at it too so it helps to know people who know that stuff but I'm insecure about it for that reason so if someone says oh my god you look ugly you have awful harem like whatever dude like first of all I know my hair looks fantastic as a matter like I'm rubber you're glue kind of situation if someone says your an idiot sometimes it gives me pause because there are avenues in sports I'm I'm still feel like I'm standing on shaky ground with because I have a limited history with and so most of the time if I think about it this person isn't taking issue with what I'm saying because they're not listening to me they're just hearing my voice and getting irritated because people that actually do disagree with you that are sports fans and care about what you're saying they usually just chime in with like oh Hey man that was actually in ninety six or okay that's actually called the S. and if they mean well it's it you just don't even worry about it let me feel a little bit embarrassed but you move on but I find a lot of the critiques that I get and then I I know that Lydia gets in jasmine gets despite their experience and this is despite the fact that they know more than almost anyone I know is this feeling of having to do on the daily earn your place and that feels really annoying like it feels annoying to feel like there are our listeners and fans who are looking at me and the second I messed something up this second I mispronounce a name the second I I miss remember stat the second I say the wrong you're for a playoff game I don't know what I'm talking about which is obviously ridiculous right like all of us work really hard to know what we're talking about and when you cover this team every single day like you might get one or two things confused ninety nine percent of the time you don't and the thing is I hear men make mistakes all the time and that's looked at as a mistake as like a typo it's it's a weird you know it's a slip up it's its whatever when you do it it's you are immediately called into question with you haven't earned your spot you need to prove to me that you deserve to be here and the idea that we don't deserve to be in the space just as much as anyone is that's what's frustrating it's when it's coming from that angle that it really is hard to shed and it stays with me all day yeah a lot of times it feels like you're working twice as hard for half as much credibility and total that is incredibly difficult luckily we have a great support system that we have we work in a great media market for women in sports journalism and we found two connections and mentorship through that so sharing these experiences with each other has really helped but I also think I spent a good amount of time in the beginning trying to be less of myself because I thought that's what P. S. wanted that's interesting and to conform to some sort of ideal you mention Katie Nolan saying there's room for more than one type of woman in sports so I think I spent way too much trying time trying to be something that I'm not but at the end of the day being yourself is the best gift that you can give to this business other brides always says that Dave Crosby it's like if you're going to fail you might as well fail by being yourself but he has had means stuff too like mean like I.
"dave crosby" Discussed on The Internet of Things Podcast - Stacey On IoT
"And if you do that you'll be entered to win a short leg lock bump on pom Pom. That was super fun every month. We do a drawing from our Q. Of Colors and we pick one end they win so yea. This week's caller is billy. Who has a question about asset tracking? Let's hear it stacey. Hi Kevin this is billy from Montana. I have a question for the IOT hotline about Laura Win Networks. I'd like to use this for asset tracking possibly some exterior sensors around my house. I live in a smallish town and there is one gateway registered in town already so I installed one as well. I feel like I would have decent enough coverage for the asset tracking. My question is I don't exactly know how to get started done some research. But there's not really a great right. I haven't found a great how to guide or just sort of getting started for dummies type of thing and I was hoping you could. Maybe point me in the right direction or if you could just do a quick rundown of what needs to be done to get started. That would also really help. Obviously I need a gateway or should probably get a gateway and set that up but just gateway and then sensors or is there some something in between how does that all work just not really sure where to go from here appreciate the help. I love the show. Thanks so much. Hope you guys are staying safe and having great days. Oh Billy I have an answer for you and it's going to be easy but expensive so later we might actually share harder more difficult ways to do it. That are less expensive but I think this is a good option depending on the size of your town so if someone has Laura Win Gateway in your town depending on several factors one how powerful. The transmitter is great and are there tall buildings in the way. Is there water all of that? You can expect to lure gateway to transmit roughly about two miles In rural areas. They say it can go double but let's just keep it conservative. I don't know how big your town is. My town is a little bit bigger than that. And I live in a small town but you could get pretty decent coverage so and you can also convince friends to also get Laura Gateways. The easiest most effective Laura went gateway to buy right now for a normal person is going to be the helium router and I have been playing with this for a couple months and I am waiting for actually a tracker to come and then I'll be able to like tell you how far things go but this thing is three hundred and fifty dollars which a lot. I'M NOT GONNA lie to you. It is a lot of money. But then you will have a two kilometer range Laura win network hanging out by your house and you can track your dog. You can track your mailbox. You could actually use centers to track. Lake people coming into your driveway. A lot of things that people wanted. And you'll be helping other people track things to you. Earn some tokens as a result of that. There's a whole crypto side of this. That Kevin is very excited about I. M kind of like seventy three fifty for the helium though. No He's not. He's going to build his own and we'll hear more about that once. That happens if you have three hundred fifty dollars and you WanNa do this. It is so easy to set up in the helium hotspot you can just go to helium dot com and you will be able to find it and buy it. You also see where there are helium hot spots around you because they have a map of coverage they do and there's surprising amount of hot spots been very impressed and they're still adding born more people all the time so the People's network. Yes I will also warn you that it's going to take a couple of days after you set it up to validate so hang tight. Set it up hang tight and then after three or four days. It's going to be like. Oh Yeah I'm totally legit so other. Helium hot spots on the network will challenge yours just to make sure your legit. Yeah Oh and they say. Helium says that in rural areas. You can get up to ten miles or more in terms of range but one mile or so in a denser place. I live suburban area with mine. So we'll see how far I can go okay. So that's my recommendation for you billy. I hope it helps. And if you want a cheaper option. That's more work. You're going to have to wait for Kevin. Who's going to tell you how to do that? Who just found out before the show that you could build your own using like a raspberry Pi and the proper lure modules and the helium software and such so. Yeah I just found out and that's going to be a project on my to do list. Totta all right. Well Billy I hope that helps and remember if you have a question. Give us a call at five one two six two three seven four two four and we may answer it and you'll definitely be entered to win a. Schley luck all right. That concludes the news portion of our show. Please stay tuned to hear from Dave. Crosby who is a CO founder and head of marketing over at wise? 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"dave crosby" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Like that hi to everyone that you mentioned except gig economy workers and we're trying to figure that out right now I think this points to the very real fact that because we do not and have not had a paid sick leave policy in this country like most other countries have that we're not scrambling to get this right families are seeing the real impact of this I'm talking to health care workers to restaurant workers to a lot of people who are being told to stay home on Friday they're sick or their businesses shut down and they can't they don't have the ability to pick put food on the table or pay their rent so where are those people they're out working if they're infected others are getting infected if you're in a public health emergency containment strategy we need everyone to be able to stay home senator it kind of feels like some of our decisions so far I've kind of been a day or two late at least that's the feeling what are some of the proactive decisions that need to be made going forward with all of this I think everyone needs to be able to have a plan in place and working on it today about how they're going to deal with their employees or their families on north shore school district for example is now shut down as you know for two more weeks they are scrambling to get this right my hat's off to them they're making sure that every student has laptop computers so that they can get their school homework assignments to them and work with them individually they're getting interpreters there to help folks that need that kind of help they are scrambling however just trying to figure out how to deal with day care with the number of kids that are now home are they trying to deal with kids who aren't free reduced lunch making sure that they get nutritious meals I would say to every school district plan now this could be you next to every community officials every mayor city council member all of them look at what your schedules are in your community plan how you can deal with the your lawyers if they need to be home or community events need to be looked at and canceled planning ahead is everything right now senator Murray we appreciate your time thank you you bet thank you yes that was washed and state senator Patty Murray is one of the quotes that she said that really stands out to me was he said I think everyone needs to have a plan in place to day about you know about how they're going to deal with their employees or employer or their families so right now it takes opportunity to bring into people that I really trust and respect I appreciate everything that they do here on Kyra radio Dave Ross and Colleen o'brien from C. out morning news good morning and thank you for joining us good morning Colleen I'll start with you we think about everything that's going on so far this week that's a really broad you know I'm here right now I think that this is where Cairo radio and our news team in our talk shows can really do what we do best which is get the information out to the public at give you context understanding and and calm as well I think you know there's been a lot of criticism of of media fanning flames or panic but what I think information does is it allows you to make a calm informed decision so if there's any panic that use emotion information gives you the chance to calmly make a decision about what to do with your family what to do with your employers or employees Dave you've been doing news a long time this is the earthquake this is why we have an earthquake plaid love the stuff that you would do for that you do for this if you're worried about being quarantined everybody's already got their two weeks of food stored I assume and water and all that kind of stuff and in terms of of a work plan it it depends on what business you're in we talk with Brad Smith Microsoft president this morning and they have the ability to allow people to work from home pretty seamlessly using their own software we've made plans to do that here here as well but for people who who cannot do that then they're going to have to follow those protocols or wash your hands avoid people who are sick but I guess it right now since we don't know there's so little information this is the problem is that apparently we did not have those million tests ready to go so you don't know whether you have a lot of a symptomatic people who don't look like they're sick but are possibly spreading the virus so in it with that lack of information is up to people to decide if you feel sick to stay home and don't expose other people but I think we do have that information we have China that was have China yes to know this is this can spread quickly but we just don't know what how deep it goes here sure I don't think I mean in China for example they set up a cell phone app where the cell phone would be red yellow or green it was red you had to buy a lost a home with them and if they caught you outside to say show me his cell phone and they can send you home we can't do that here I mean I suppose we could but it would be America anymore so it's up to us individually to decide I'm speaking of of Wuhan in China on Wednesday Fred Hutch researcher Traver Bedford said that January first in Wuhan was March first in Seattle and yesterday Dr Eric being an epidemiologist he he echoed that assessment I think Seattle area in Washington state is potentially on the cusp of being Wuhan two point oh into prisons where the difference between us becoming a runaway epidemic and a contained epidemic is social distancing measures that we are implemented and quarantine that we need to do on the population corporate explodes so what do you think about the just cultural differences between China and the United States and China the government says jump the public asks how high things are a little bit different here well first of all China is way more crowded in Seattle US these settle it Seattle is for a healthy downtown I'm always amazed how few people I see walking on the streets so I just don't think that's the same the other thing is I think our habits will be different remember that this is a particularly dangerous disease for anybody who is a smoker Chinese men's smoke yes like crazy yes and the satellites everybody is has either quit five times you know or or never never started so I mean I think we we have a leg up there but I can't emphasize enough that with with the with the disease it is as contagious and as untreatable as this and which has a long and give thank you Bashan period with no symptoms you have to start testing a lot of people if you really want to get a handle on right you need the data yeah I I agree and I and I think that even if you are a healthy person just like you had a Dave Crosby on yesterday the responsibility we have since our government cannot quarantine us at our house forcibly drag us back and into our front doors it it's our responsibility as a community to do the prudent thing and quarantine yourself and wash your hands and not cough on people and stay home from work to protect those most vulnerable could you bring that up calling because one of the things in the frustration you mention about the media and the frustrating thing for me this week has been seen the assumption that the media is over blowing things and and the importance of the media trying to gather information I've seen maybe some are overflowing but what we're trying to do is just bring information right right what is it is it too much information and that's what makes you feel like it's overblown because that's what media is doing we're asking you just did with senator Murray asking questions of public officials who are in charge of the public's health which brings me a that's what my next point yes there's a health crisis that's going on potentially but the biggest thing is seems like there's a political crisis going on where the decision makers are the ones that it feels like you just said a second ago you said you know the public has to be responsible when it seems like our the political situation is they're not telling us the leaders or feel like they're behind on things I don't even know yeah I mean if you're if you're J. Insley you have the power to save and this is what he told us yesterday that gatherings of ten people are more prohibitive but that shuts down everything right I mean that's just on commerce's such down charities it says down workplaces you don't do that based on a hunch you have to get data and I'm I'm assuming that when the the the feds say that we're going to have a million tests that will have a million test by the end of next week well okay better late than never I'm sorry I just want to put that out there by the end of next week so we've a lot of time for spread stuff right and then it's takes the more they they got down to eight hours now when they can get results at that point they'll know who has it and where they live and they can make some informed decisions here's the governor asking people to cancel their events or he would do so if you find yourself in the position of having to cancel events by law and the governor has the authority under the executive emergency order to do so we would start this with a dialogue with the community and that's were doing in the last few days now all of these like you said Dave to echo all of this is about information gathering and making decisions based on information how has the information gathering process been for the news department this week it has been trying at times it has been a fire hose other types are high so it it ebbs and flows in the news department and we're trying to handle it as best we can filter that information down to the most important for our listeners including coming up at nine thirty when the governor is going to give us another briefing along with members of of Washington's congressional delegation so we'll bring you that live in Cairo radio and hopefully that will give us some more information as well to help us understand corona virus so I think it's been challenging but this is what we do is what we do for all it's what we love and we're just hoping our our listeners are it are getting something out of it and and they can contact us for sure in the news room if they have a tip for us or if or if they need something from us can bring up a weird topic yeah an odd this in our discussion CNBC's Rick Santelli talking about the corona virus said maybe we'd be dead it would be better off if we just gave it to everybody and then in a month it would be over I'm not a doctor alls I know is think about how the world would be if you tried to quarantine everybody because of the generic type flow now I'm not saying this is.
"dave crosby" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"The coast of California no she's not on that cruise I that's what the they she's fine she docks tomorrow moral error makes it is here yeah from the Cairo night say but I have you in your here all week yeah good morning shift your morning indeed as a gallon good band Hey shelf you coming up yes I do say that every single day we're going to be trying to answer as many questions about what happened to the coronavirus is it too late to put this genie back in the bottle way into that we'll have to infectious disease specialists address whether large quant quarantines and outlawing down large gatherings is what should be done right now is it time to also shut down schools we know what happened with north shore schools and what's going on there we'll have those answers also introduce you to a very special guests who will make you care about what's happening and have a lot of fun along the way one more thing at eleven o'clock today we're going to do some really cool we can actually take calls yeah I'll try radio eight you can open the phone lines open the phone hitting me at eleven o'clock come on but right now it's a ship you know makes lately I've I've seen and heard comments about how this corona virus only affects you know certain amount of people but before we can begin to a guest here in about a few minutes I mean I've been good yeah I've I've been loving doing the show okay morning with yeah I mean that's a good time as far as like my my regular behavior goes and I you know I'm a hand wash guy yeah I generally walk around with a little with some hand sanitizer my bag okay so I haven't changed a whole lot of my behavior yet we take a lot of extra precautions here at work yeah everybody's wife and stuff down a little bit more than normal right we have our own little Mike covers now this we do we're we're walking around with so so I'm I'm feeling pretty good but you know I'm worried about about the folks who who can't handle this kind of you and I have done a show together snow seeker we do carro nights and yet one thing about the both of you we we have no problem bringing what goes on off the air onto the air yeah by the way I don't don't leave everybody we got a gas is going to be joining us here in about one minute you know when you want to hear from this gas what does all right in a second I'm going to post something on Twitter and I want to warn you because I don't want you to be upset with okay you noted about I'm pretty good with my cell phone I take pictures a lot yes you do yes all the time while you were sitting there telling our listeners about your habits a little bit I took pictures of everything you did when you walked in the studio really yeah I even took a picture of you wiping down under the seat I took a picture of you wiping down your cell phone the picture of you wiping down the area in which you were going to put on your cell phone yeah posted on Twitter all right you have my approval okay yeah lately I've seen and heard comments about how this crime virus only affects those that are older or those with underlying health issues I'll be honest with you it kind of frustrates me if frustrates me because number one I know we have listeners that are older I know we have listeners they have underlying health issue so I think about them and also I have family members probably as you do well I don't like that so I got a text yesterday and I hope my friend who is gonna introduce here in a second doesn't mind I'm gonna go and read this tax in a text says sorry I haven't got back to you the Amazon case happened one block from my house with my immune system and also Korean coronary disease this corona virus can kill me so I'm not leaving the house much for a while who is that frame well that Fran is a familiar voice here in Seattle he's been doing sports radio for over forty years and he joins the G. in our special right now Dave Crosby gratis how you doing man good morning other than go on it's great man I'm here at Mason thanks a lot good to hear from you joining us Dr Gregory let me get to it what do you say to people who are telling the public and the people who write to us every day that the corona virus it's not a big deal it's a hoax it's just like the flu everyone should chill out we say well I mean for a lot of people I suppose that's true but a lot of people are not true and and that's what I would say that it Walker ever everything that kind of thing and I think it's because even for those who don't believe they believe out because the beginning impact commerce yeah matter of fact everyone and that's something that everyone wants to stop but we believe it or not we were not the government now believes that it because the impacting it's impacting comets in a big way so I think it's it's past the time of love but all right like battered it clearly is not and then there is strict but reading or and I'm speaking for those of us who whoever the wind conditions and and that's that's a lot of people you know go for it because of a crime in particular with the most the researchers are better than what we did have problems with it the mortality rate for a regular healthy person into the pot there are three percent for the loan without coronary artery or or uses the mission is about ten percent well it's real for a lot of us and I I get that right thanks but the fact that it's now impacting calmer than a brick layer got everyone involved I I figured if I'm not you know a lot of people are our point a lot of people that brings up a burden on merit through the public comment well I think that the new point at this point in time I think that's a waste of time and energy your orders here it's impacting lives impacting convert them back in the country are geared toward them and I think you're in a reaction to it now draws you you obviously made a decision not to leave your house you are considering the text message that read on the air and when did you make that decision not to leave the house and tell us a little bit as to why you came to that decision well you know I'm not I'm currently in the house is not going to gatherings and and you know I I was following it then you know was well aware of it you know it's the same thing with me purple blue I mean I'm a little more about the older numbers for that it was jarring because then it would have been for I think everyone you know to to realize that you know our case will was a block away literally ripping Amazon Brazil headquarters about a block away from where I live from that point what are the five you know maybe it's time to take the next step your client that you know you say that you're protected from someone the got to be at least six feet away from them or closer difficult important so you're trying to avoid confined space a little bit of still go for a walk in the neighborhood but obviously he might this uncertain and it's it's a frightening it was just it was really jarring and I think that's the way I would feel for most people are not our fault a lot of people over there when a when the winner becomes real for you I mean it becomes real it's a real story but one from a block away deficit are you have a completely different feel about it and so I would read pointers I was going to be a move was gonna make I think it's very interesting to see that you know of one of the things I was going through this weekend was go to the C. W. basketball game and and the Chicago state and the university of Missouri Kansas city are both canceled their trips and cancelled the game Seattle it's the first time the only time that that's happened in the country so far you know Seattle is viewed as ground zero around the country and and you know you've got a lot of interesting things coming up a lot of investors and the make up about one and I you wanna have large groups getting together so I made the decision after after the story came out that there was someone a block later right but look I need to I need to take more precautions for it and I think that's the other thing too for everyone who lives woods in in a situation that they feel higher work like I do look it's one thing to complain about the other kids not being ready if nothing there and do what you can do I mean that there's a clear game plan that everyone can follow and washing your hands and interested in being a little more vigilant that's going to have a bigger impact than anything else and and I think the other people take that seriously well that's the that's the part you know you're you're the front line of control thank you the frontline of the battle on it by by washing your hands by doing the simple things but by keeping clean bye bye just following the rules of good hygiene you can make a difference and I think that's what a lot of people in my situation of I've got to be doing that is the voice of days Grasse B. we called the grouse been doing sports radio for over forty years and he joins the G. interstitials triple OG grouse father grad let's talk about sports for a second here because it's kind of a two part question governor Insley yesterday he was on Seattle's morning news and he was talking to Dave and Colleen about the potential of shutting down any sort of large gatherings and of course we're talking about like sporting events as being as being part of that like you said have you have you seen any besides these recent cancellations have you seen any affect on attendance do you expect more cancellations and then what happens if Inslee does decide to to kind of shut it down well you know you you look at in Italy and and places like that they've already had some soccer matches with no plans there I mean that is already happened so that's a very very possible next step with us but I think it's very good for finding out it's highly unpredictable as to what's going to happen that everyone kind of going through.
"dave crosby" Discussed on KOMO
"Pelosi's announcement that the house will begin an official impeachment inquiry the house minority leader says the speaker doesn't have the last word here's congressman Kevin McCarthy I realize twenty sixteen did not turn out the way speaker Pelosi wanted it to happen she cannot change the laws of this Congress she cannot unilaterally decide when an impeachment requires we've been gathering reaction all day here in the como newsroom and joining us on the call no news line is Republican political strategist Randy temple Randy first of all of your reaction to the developments today surprise what are you thinking. well I just think that Nancy Pelosi finally gave in to the the the liberal wing of her party and you know this is a political act that is going to have political consequences and just like in two thousand eighteen with the impeachment of Bill Clinton where he was impeached by the house that acquitted by the Senate this will end up costing house members their jobs. going along the lines of this impeachment but it won't result in the removal of the president so you think she should not have done anything. no I think that they have been investigating the president sense he got elected because that is what they want to do I think that there are facts about the phone call with the Ukrainian president that are yet to come out and once they come out then they could decide whether or not those were impeachable offenses but the moving forward at this time is because Nancy Pelosi is tired of trying to hold back the liberal wing of her party the Republicans specifically the president's saying again which kind is that still working with the base or is that a phrase that's going to be starting to wear thin Randy. specter it will continue to work with the base because think about what is ultimately going to happen if the Democrat controlled house proceeds down impeachment lives they will have the votes to impeach the president they will do so that will go to a Senate trial just like it did with Bill Clinton and nineteen ninety eight the Senate will not vote to impeach they will work with the president and then the president will be able to stand up and go see I was acquitted and for the vast majority of Americans who are going on with their lives on a day to day basis and not paying attention to what's going on in Washington DC. all they're going to know is the Democrats went after the president and it turns out that he was acquitted so that must mean that it's all not true. and this will actually end up being a plus for the president and it's unfortunate because if indeed there is something there if indeed that there is a an an impeachable act that is a complex. it's going to be math and partisanship now because of what Nancy Pelosi than today what will you be watching as this process goes along. actually anything comes out that isn't an impeachable offense as opposed to a political I mean the death the Democrats have been going after Donald Trump and he got elected because they don't like the fact he got elected frankly I wasn't a big fan still not a big fan but just going after because you disagree with the president is not healthy for this country and we saw that with Republicans over reaching on Bill Clinton we saw it with Republicans somewhat over reaching on Barack Obama the Democrats tried to go after George W. bush from the for political action and that just makes people tired of what's going on in Washington DC. in a weird way Randy does the president welcome this because of what you've talked about in the end he has something to gain. I think that he doesn't really welcome it what do you welcome the fight. evident like. the only be in a fight with someone and right now he's going to be in a fight with the Democrat house over a phone call with the Ukrainian leader that the vast majority of the American people really won't care a whole lot about it and so he'll relish that fight and if if the house does go through an impeachment and then it goes to the Senate and may acquit him the president will be able to say see just another which are not and that will help them in the in the next election and speaking of that phone call president trump says the secretary of state has received permission from Ukraine's government to release the transcript of the phone call between trump and Ukraine's president for any couple Republican strategist thank you coming up next hour as we continue our coverage on komo news listen for our A. B. C. news special it starts tonight just after seven o'clock six ten bill sports with a sports update about those mariners is pretty cool tonight there's a guy that we worked with by the way in this market a long time Dave Crosby who is retiring from radio is going to throw out the first pitch. the mariners take the field and then rookie Dustin John will done will be on the mound and expect to go back to three innings against the Houston Astros and then give way to a veteran lefty Tommy Malone the Washington Huskies holding steady ten point favorites over visiting U. S. C. on Saturdays big pac twelve football game here in Seattle it's.
"dave crosby" Discussed on OC Talk Radio
"And I'm with my special guests Terry Hershey and we are talking about fear anxiety things Zaidi and and eagle but primarily fear and and we've we've talked a lot about fear and and I like what Terry Terry. I'd like to things that you've had to say event some really really fascinating things to say in that fear. Why are we have a choice of fear and that and that we don't have to take that fear route we can make a choice of taking yeah I mean the fears fear fear itself? Love can be neutral now granted. I could be threatened at gunpoint and to fear doesn't feel neutral there but obviously I have the capacity now to <hes> I mean even if you go hello. If you go the furthest <hes> <hes> with <hes> Elliot's Al Said you know you can take everything everything everything away from the except for my capacity to to <hes> to choose shoes. You can't take that away yeah. That's what Franken said to while Viktor Frankl Yeah Yeah Yeah I wanNA talk about another issue and then I I deal with you know in my I twelve step program. I I deal with sponsoring individuals and there's a lot of men that I talked to that are just filled with when they take their drug of choice whether it'd be whether it'd be a drug dogra whether it be alcohol always exacerbates their anger because what I think it does is it it it removes the shield that they have and it always always boils down to fear of some kind their anger typically. They're afraid that they're not gonna get what they want are afraid that they're being assaulted their self esteem as assaulted and they act radically in protection of that that that the protection of fear can cause us to go right back to the caveman days and wanted to kill the Brontosaurus yeah. Did I told the story <hes> in a moment about the American guy you know the successful American business and went to the end teacher you know 'cause he wanted which one or beings wanted inner peace okay and <hes> and and of course design teacher says okay but first. Let's have a cup of tea and the guy's GonNa wind up G._S.. One hundred peace and so this is okay so the then teachers point a cup of tea and he keeps pouring worrying and now the cup is full and it spilling over the top of the Cup so American businessmen goes. Hey Hey hey hey hey dude. You know what this is nuts. What what you're doing? You're still Tian everything and and presented your said well. Your life is just like that. You said you wanted her piece but your life is already full until you make space for the peace. Nothing will happen. How do we make space the anger oversee? The anger. You're talking about is what's filled the space and so it doesn't mean stepping back and thanking. Does it mean no. I'm saying what have you done. What have you done this week this month this year that is nourished and nurtured that non angry part of the Comey? What have you done so for example? I can give you answers this year for me. What have you done yeah? You've had a great care. I'm just so to those guys okay good. I'm glad and you're pissed off and I see that you pissed off but tell me what you've done. I've gone to means okay what else what happened in the minis that feel best basis differently what else right and other works tell me what that we're going. We're going way back to gain of our conversation Charlie did you did you eat so it is the replacing the replacing that that fear with with something healthy and some good self regard looking in the face and so have you ever been non angry. Yes someone went down. What happened when you're not angry? What was going on in your life what happened what did you do? What choices did you make? We have a because we're so fun of it. It's the only choice we have. How is the anger? Go ahead where we let anger and fear do the same thing we met it. Decide the choice voice. I know that and I traveled too much I am I am my shirt circuited. I will bark before don't normally bark at will. I'll say things I don't remember say. Give him into silly thinking that I don't normally give into. How do you think let me go into a subject? That's GONNA make producer Paul Smile although I'm not letting him on the microphone <hes> and how do you think fear is impacting the discourse between the right in the left in the United States. How do I think it is or do? Do I think it is. How do you think it is because I I think it's I think it's pretty obvious but maybe I'm wrong when Roy not comfortable in your own skin or when when you're insecure about who you are and your capacity to speak truth from the same place you need to capsize reality and fear does that and so how is that how is that affecting our politicians what what what what are they? What are they afraid of losing power losing influence do they? Do you think they're actually afraid that something bad is going to happen to the country. No we don't so I think that yeah when I feel like I got to give up some ground somewhere yes and and I feel like <hes> my identity is predicated on keeping in that little piece of ground because I don't believe that Terry has capacity in and nothing self so I've gotta keep that little piece of ground than anything that threatens that piece of ground. I consider now an enemy right right right because I I have somewhat less than I am yeah because I'm operating from that less than place. I'm operating from a place where I know what I don't. I don't need that ground to be Terry. You know why because I'm actually I'm actually whole as I am. I don't know that title to be Terry. I don't need that. I don't need that <hes>. I don't do that seat in office to be Terry you know how long have have you felt this way terry because this is not he you know I I've known you for for several decades and and I'm not knocking the way you used to be but you were you. Were you were not always like this. There were there were always always there. Were always drivers that were that were sort of self motivated that are not so self-motivated today that are more <hes> but we call six and a half living less and I think that's fair. I watched a documentary of the night <hes> about <hes> about <hes> it's called Echo and the canyons. Oh I saw I sought loved it. Brilliant brilliant brilliant took me right back man because those are you might listen my days. Those are all your people and it's the music seeing you know began. It was the beach person amount is in the Papas in the birds and Buffalo Springfield and and the Beatles were added as well and of course the beans and and they interviewed and then all meet each other and it was all really community and they interview <hes> Dave Crosby 'cause he had he left the birds and of course you have to say why what are you leave and what's his name was out of the birds. You're talking about why he left and <hes> and they say very diplomatically. David Crosby was interviewed in thing yeah he was. He was in quite a bit him and Tom Daddy Right. He said No. That's not why left the birds. I left the birds because I was at hassled so to answer your question. That's what happens when fear controls your life you become coming in and let's let's let's define. Let's try to so everybody's on on the same page and we we don't just keep using his list defined fear again a little bit just remind people people of fear and that it is it is one thing it is not getting my way. There is really a fear of not getting my way my wife right now is in a non clutter mood. I said our house was cluttered and so she's in a non clutter mood but she has gone to the radical extreme and I have a fear of my of my physical surroundings changing chairs in different places and and you know that is difficult for me and and that is that is actually a fear of loss of of of being comfortable in my own space because I because my own space was the way I wanted wanted it and and so fear is so wide ranging it you know I I have elected not to cause me anger but to say it's your house. You know the the woman you you want douse this way fine with me. I'll I'll learn to live with it. <hes> so just so you know that last sentence the woman you want the house this way. That's a show that I have no authority on. It's too bad we can't tell the story because this story here just thinking about here. Here's the big thing I mean even just a simple thing but I get that I mean I know my space smile my ritual I get that that okay put it in the category but the point is you have the capacity to noon the at the capacity to look at which means you have the capacity to choose when they were just as an alarm in other words. It doesn't take over your rely that different deal how you make that choice is predicated on whether union a good place same place that goes back to are you taking care of who you are because if you're not in a good place in the same place it only only ends up where you fighting with you. Do you think rewires in ritual one hundred percent and and how many of us actually have a ritual you know I'm I'm. I'm a serial rich alizer and that I I will go through rituals for two or three years but then in no longer in no longer satisfies. I swear to find another ritual <hes> along with that. That's okay. That's allowed mental as a lot. It's it's actually essential he. You know what's interesting <hes>. I think this has to do with something. We're talking talking about but I was when I was in my thirties. I was a minister at a large church. You know a large <hes> what they used to call them. You not user friendly friendly but but but open to anybody that wanted to come to church and and there would be music and entertainment and and all sorts of things and the subject matters would not be deep heavy we send your subject matters but talking about marriage and life in the things we're talking about now self esteem and it was quite popular in the church grew to I. I believe it was around. We we discuss those twelve to fifteen thousand thousand people when I was there and I grew as a creative person I I grew weary of that. Because every service was creative you know we had a play we had some kind of music with some kind of entertainment and it and it felt like like the Ellen Degeneres show <hes> and and that actually created more chaos in me and that's why I I fell off into the Anglican Episcopalian where it's Catholic light. We do the same thing every Sunday every Sunday. It's the same ritual done over and over and over and and I've done that for twenty over twenty five years now and it's the same they haven't changed the ritual and I find that it is so enriching for for me that my roots grow deep in the ritual and then I am comfortable ritual. That's because you're the the fence. Is there. The boundaries there once the fences there. You have the capacity to make that space so that that sense that boundary is actually <hes> is actually taking care of yourself. It's providing you yourself you. Identity your core a place to put those routes down as you don't have to fret about that stuff. You don't have to read about non-safety non-safety for your emotions. That's the key that's crucial. That's interesting. I never thought of the other church being a a a contradiction to my being able to to settle down and and and relax with my emotions yeah yeah I the thing about being at home in your own skin is is a big deal about <hes> about fear and because the first thing someone someone comes to fear of any kind the last thing the last thing I do is is to have them call get rid of it. Though first of all we have the crews base for you to own your story because you get to make the choices you do you need somebody like me. Tell you to not think both think about it. Think about something else. Do something million need that for me is your knees. Are Your choices your stories but we but we need we we may not need it for Mutairi but we need help we need because we are getting so much advisor on the other side Yeah Lebron to look at you and say you are a night. Look at me your night we gotta.
"dave crosby" Discussed on OC Talk Radio
"And I'm with my special guests Terry Hershey and we are talking about fear anxiety Eddie and and Eagle but primarily fear and we've we've talked a lot about fear and and I like what Terry Terry I'd like to things that you've had to say event some really really fascinating things to say in that fair we have a choice of fear and that and that we don't have to take that fear route. We can make a choice of yeah I mean the fears fear fear itself can be a neutral now granted. I could be threatened at gunpoint and to fear doesn't feel neutral there but obviously I have the capacity now to <hes>. I mean even if you go if if you go the furthest <hes> <hes> with <hes> Elliot's L. said you know you can take everything everything everything away from the except for my capacity to to to choose. You can't take that away yeah. That's what <hes> Franken said to while Viktor Frankl Yeah Yeah Yeah I'm GonNa talk about another issue and then I I deal with you know in my twelve step that program I I deal with sponsoring individuals and there's a lot of men that I talked to that are just filled with when they take their drug of choice whether it'd be whether it'd be a drug or whether it be alcohol it always exacerbates their anger because what I think it does is it it it removes the shield that they have and it always spoils down to fear of some kind their anger typically. They're afraid that they're not gonna get what they want or afraid that they're being assaulted their self esteem as assaulted and they act radically in protection detection of that that that the protection of fear can cause us to go right back to the caveman days and wanted to kill the Brontosaurus. Yeah I told the story <hes> in the Sabbath moment about the American guy you know the successful American business went to the teacher you know 'cause he wanted things I wanted inner peace okay and <hes> and and of course then teachers says okay but I have a cup of tea and the guy's GonNa wind up G._S.. One hundred peace and so this is okay so the then teachers point a cup of tea and he keeps pouring and now the cup is full and it's spilling over the top of the Cup so the American businessmen goes. Hey Hey hey hey hey. Do you know what this is. Nuts watch what you're doing. You're still in T._I.. Everything and and then teacher said well. In your life is just like that teacup. You said you wanted her piece but your life is already full until you make space for the inner peace. Nothing will happen. How do we make space the anger see the angry at talking about is what's filled the space and so does that mean stepping back and thinking? Does it mean no. I'm saying what have you done. What have you done this week? This month. This year that is is nourished and nurtured that non angry you tell me what have you done so for example. I can give you answers this year for me. What have you done yeah? You've had a great care. I'm just so to those guys okay good. I'm glad and and you're pissed off and I see that you pissed off. Tell me what you've done. I've gone to means okay. What else what happened in the minis that fill space is different way what else right and other tell me what that we're going? We're going way back to the beginning caterer conversation Charlie. Did you see did you eat so it is the replacing the replacing that that fear with with something healthy and some good self regard health Alexander outward-looking in the face. Have you ever been non angry. Yes tell me went down what happened telling the newer non angry what was going on July what happened what did you do. What choices did you make others? I have a because we're so fun of it. It's the only choice we have. How is the anger? Go ahead where we let anger and fear do the same thing. We met at decide the choice. I know that you and I traveled too much. I am I am I'm short-circuited. I will bark at before. Don't normally bark at I will. I'll say things. I don't remember say I'll giving to silly thinking that I don't normally give into. How do you think let me go into a subject? That's GONNA make producer Paul Smile although I'm not letting him on the microphone <hes> How do you think fear is impacting the discourse between the right in the left in the United States. How do I think it is and do I think it is? How do you think it is because I I think it's I think it's pretty obvious but maybe I'm wrong when we're not comfortable in your own skin when you're insecure insecure about who you are and your capacity to speak truth from the same place you need to capsize reality and fear does that and so how is that how is that affecting our politicians what what what what what they what are they afraid of losing power losing influence do they? Do you think they're actually afraid that something bad is going to happen to the country. No I don't I think that it yeah when I feel like I got to give up some ground somewhere yes and and I feel like <hes> my identity is predicated on keeping that little a piece of ground because I don't believe that Terry has capacity in enough himself so I've got to keep that little piece of ground than anything that threatens that piece of ground. I consider now an enemy right right because I I have somewhat less than I am yeah because I'm operating from that less than place. I'm operating from a place. where I you know what I don't? I don't need that ground to be Terry. Very you know why because I'm I'm actually I'm actually whole as I am. I don't know that title to be Terry. I don't need that. I don't need that <hes>. I don't do that seat in office Detari you know. How long have you felt this way terry because this is not he you know I I've known you for for several decades and and I'm not knocking the way you used to be but you were you? Were you were not always like this. There were there were always they were always drivers that were that were sort of self motivated that or not so self-motivated today that are more <hes> but we call six and a half living less and I think that's fair. I watched touched a documentary the other night <hes> about <hes> about <hes>. It's called Echo in the canyons. Oh I saw I sought loved it. Brilliant billion really took me right back man because those are might those Sir my days those are all your people and it's the music scene you know began. It was the beach models in the poppers the birds and Buffalo Springfield and and the Beatles were added as well and of course the Beatles and and they interviewed and then in all each other and it was all really a community and they interview <hes> Dave Crosby 'cause he had he left the birds and of course you have to say why what are you leave and in good what's his name was burge talking about why he left and <hes> and they say very diplomatically. David Crosby was interviewed in the thing yeah he was. He was in quite a bit him and Tom Daddy Right. He said No. That's not why I left the birds. I left the birds because I was at hassled so to answer your question. That's what happens when fear controls your life you become an asshole for let's let's let's define. Let's try to so everybody's on on the same page and we would. We don't just keep using his list of fine fear again a little bit just remind people have fair air and that it is it is one thing it is not getting my way. There is really a fear of not getting my way my wife right now is in a non clutter mood. I said our house was cluttered and so she's a non clutter mood but she has gone to the radical extreme and I have a fear of my of my physical surroundings changing chairs in different places and and you know that is difficult for me and that is that is actually a fear of loss of of being comfortable in my own space because I because my own space was the way I wanted it and and and so fear is so wide ranging it you know I I have elected not to cause me anger but to say it's your house. You know the the woman you you want douse this way fine with me. I'll I'll learn to live with it. <hes> so just so you know that last sentence the Roman you want the house this way. That's a show that I have no authority on. I can't tell the story because this story but here just thinking about fear though here's the big thing I mean even just a simple thing like really care but I get that I mean I know my space. My my ritual I get that that okay put it in the theater category but the point is you have the capacity to noon the capacity to look at which means you have the capacity to choose. Whether would you see as along in other words. It doesn't take over your life. That's a different deal how you make that choice is predicated on whether union a good place same place that goes back to are you taking care of who you are because if you're not in a good place in the same place it only ends up. Were you fighting with your why do you think ritual one hundred percent and and how many of us actually have a ritual. Oh I am a I'm a I'm. I'm a serial rich alizer and that I I will go through rituals for two or three years but then in no longer in no longer satisfies me swat find another ritual along with that that's okay. That's allowed mental as a lot. It's it's actually essential he. You know what's interesting. <hes> I think this has to do with something. We're talking about out but I was when I was in my thirties. I was administered a large church. You know a large <hes> what they used to call them. You've not user friendly but but but but open to anybody that wanted to come the church and there would be music and entertainment and and all sorts of things and the subject matters would not be deep heavy San and you're going to hell subject matters but talking about marriage and life in the things we're talking about now self esteem and it was quite popular in the church grew to I. I believe it was around. We we discuss twelve to fifteen thousand people people when I was there and I grew as a creative person I grew weary of that because every service was creative you know we he had a play we had some kind of music with some kind of entertainment and it and it felt like like the Ellen Degeneres show <hes> and and that actually created more chaos chaos in me and that's why I I fell off into the Anglican Episcopalian where it's Catholic light..
"dave crosby" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Radio much, but he's been in our market for decades. Now his name is Dave Crosby goes by the grandma's. And so Dave works at seventeen ESPN is also at the very first station that Don and I ever worked out, and he was very gracious to us when we first started a lot of people sauce as to wild. And and sort of crazy guys didn't understand what we were all about road their microphone and guys. Do you need help with your your microphone? Good. All right now, holding it like Bob Barker. I look like wink Martindale singer song. What are you? Just broke my microphone came off talking. I'll see if I jump over there in a second the bras. Yes. Who's been off the air for a couple of months now made a very transparent revealing and brave announcement today on ESPN in. Here's what he had to say, you still work here apparently less unless they escort me out a little while he's fresh off his PD suspension, and he his back. It's good to be back. I missed you guys. Welcome back was thank you. It was suffering from insomnia. The kept getting worse and worse and worse diagnosis in late October Parkinson's disease, and basically had a nervous breakdown. That's what I would call it panic attacks depression had a couple of other symptoms going on therapy. It's the sort of thing that guys don't talk about and should talk about. And it was a lot of the stuff that I've kind of made fun of over the years and stuff that I'm doing now, I tell you what a month ago. I didn't think I'd make it back. So I'm really happy to be back was making slow progress. And it was hard to see and it was hard to visualize. But you gotta work hard at it. You got to take it seriously. And I did and I'm glad to be back in you feel like a million bucks. A couple of hundred thousand you look good. I feel a lot better getting the diagnosis of Parkinson's disease. Was another thing that just hit me at the lowest point. I mean, it'd be tough to deal with anyway. But when you're already really compromise. There was brutal so bounce back from that as well. One.
"dave crosby" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"You know that story remember on the boat we were talking about yacht rock yeah when i was listening to david crosby's new record i just wanted to sample about twenty seconds of this and tell me this for yeah from the new record this is well oh isn't that cool breeze got some steely dan i expected to hear michael mcdonald vocal on his truck while it can't be yacht rock without michael the back dawson goes cruise anyway thanks for letting me share david thank you for coming in my pleasure what day all right let me tell you about zoom zoom dot us flawless video clear audio an instant sharing across any device desktop laptop tablet or mobile device whatever you like striking hd video twenty five people live on the screen at one time if you like share anything from any device word files spreadsheets videos from youtube photos from your phone even set up your green screen and create the backdrop of your clients logo and some exotic locale if you like visit zoom dot us set up your free account today meet happy with zoom video communications every time i see somebody on skype on tv it's always breaking up and falling apart let's always delayed let's go oh with zoom zoom dot us you set up your free account today at zoom zoom dot us and check it out for free all right one last question for you dave crosby since seems like we're getting along so well and that you're an open book and all that sperm donation melissa ethridge i'm thinking he i don't have written down but it sounds familiar and know about kids and kids that we didn't know about and kids we knew about but didn't couldn't find what what is that story a good story.