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"jim clark" Discussed on Drum History

Drum History

03:33 min | 7 months ago

"jim clark" Discussed on Drum History

"Like the name of the state connecticut valley field music. That's an old dame for military fighting trump group of field music We have we made a very nice c. d. I think really quite proud of that of a lot of music is put up the get. Pdf's music anybody's interested said pdf's of the music to whoever's Doing some of that stuff and then you can contact me personally through. The website are people who do that. Keep track of me. i also did. If anybody's interested in traditional traditional metal driving in america. I did a book for wesleyan. University press about a decade ago just a decade ago and that's called a connecticut's fife and drum tradition published by wesleyan university press in last. I knew that was available amazon. I have copies to can autograph copy for you said that off to you. A few anybody's interested in that that does deals a lot with the history of rudimentary drumming. A little bit from its origins in europe Up to fairly modern times in in new england. that's great. Well you know it from doing the show and from really connecting talking with a lot of different people who i love when people reach out and we talk and there's a lot of very passionate rudimentary drummers out there who love hearing this stuff on from what i can tell. They're typically above the age of like forty so. I'm hoping that people listening to this will be more interested in and maybe younger people just don't reach out and contact me but but I think that would be great to hear more about how there's younger drummers and marching bands and doing stuff at school so i think it's it's not going away right. I think it's alive and well and just just having this conversation might spark people to to be interested in it. If they're you know if it's available in their town and and to get practicing with their their rudiments From hearing you talk about it well..

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"jim clark" Discussed on Drum History

Drum History

05:18 min | 7 months ago

"jim clark" Discussed on Drum History

"It's hard to make new friends as an adult to and this is sometimes There's ways to meet like minded people who were drummers in sometimes It's hard to find those you know it's like a bowling league or something like that. That's right we don't cool. We tend to look at music. It seems to me our society. We don't do that when i was well when i was in my late twenties. Let's say i got to play with fellow. I told you who who had. Billy cobham a drummer. He didn't teach billy Your talent really. Nobody teaches you gotta by they just show you a few things off you go but i mean he. This who who knew billy and i'll tell you something about billy cobb. Decades later they met in switzerland. There was my friend. Kenny's fife and drum band was playing in switzerland and cross that someplace else guys. They're practicing in this field and they saw across this field. Some guys playing american football. That's strange at switzerland's around nineteen seventy five or so in switzerland in this big black guy comes running over to this american fife and drum is. Hey you guys from america. They said yeah. We're from america. We clarify for drugs there by drum corps Gino kenny lovely. They said yes right over there and he went up as almost you love you. Remember me my name. Is billy cobb and for decades as long as kennedy was alive. Billy kaban would send him tickets whenever he toured around here when he was playing in connecticut. Billy cobb Tickets and cutting in his wife. We'd go listen to billy cobham spin and my point is that kaban did that for kennedy caddied for me i was. I loved the way he played any. We call me up and we got together every week with a small group of guys. All these guys are my father's age. They all smoke. They all drank whiskey. i didn't either. I stand in just drum. You know i would play with these guys. And i had these very very meaningful relationships with these guys. My father's age of who drummers we just got together and play it was never it. Kenny didn't want it to be formalized or anything have a name winning what you just get together and make music together. And that's something you can do. I did that with those guys right up until they died and now with my group of friends ipad for thirty years so i i just wanted to encourage people just because you know you say well..

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"jim clark" Discussed on Drum History

Drum History

01:49 min | 7 months ago

"jim clark" Discussed on Drum History

"That group is still alive. We've got fibrous and drummers. We play gettysburg. We played in switzerland. We're invited to ireland his. It's a lot of fun. You have lifelong friendships. And i just said too few drummers you wanna get together it will just play. Nobody's getting paid. Nobody's you know becoming famous. Nobody's winning awards. But you'll love to drugs. You get together. Do some drumming together. You know you're good at this. And i'm good at that. Your teacher showed you this other thing. Let's that for a while. We just started that way. Just auto goodwill in a honest lov of getting together doing some drumming and we're still going so i think that if you have any listeners who think this might be fun to do call up some people and see if they want to get together and do a little drumming and then some opportunities can occur. You don't know what you might end up with sunshine of a variation on mardi gras band or you know rats bidder. God knows what but people who love to play music you get together and play. Music and drumming is music. So if you wanna get together drumming you could do a madrigal group if that was your thank the voice like mine. I'm better with drumming. That well i mean but that's like the same thing is getting together with You know your friend. Who's a guitarist and a singer. And then your other friend who's a bass player and then you know boom. What do you know you've just formed a band. That in five years is now like one of the biggest bands in the world. It that's how it starts and it's the same thing with With with this. I just think it's what you said is so right about how with kids. There's all these quote unquote activities. Where i'm there with a two year old. Who's now in that point where it's like. Let's go to a little music class and we'll do this where you want activities to fill things up but sometimes as adults..

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"jim clark" Discussed on Drum History

Drum History

04:57 min | 7 months ago

"jim clark" Discussed on Drum History

"It's good to wanna play faster better and all that kind of things we all were towards I've spent thousands of hours straight to do that. But you have to keep in perspective that if it's not relaxed and comfortable in you're not enjoying it the that it's not really going to be good for the long run. It's the you make it you practice to make it look easy and those guys jones just smiling and just absolutely unbelievable drummer. And he's a prime example of making it look. Ez same with billy cobham So all right unrelated question to that just kind of jumping around here on my my list of questions. So if i'm a guy who has really you know i came up with rock drumming. I've played in a bunch of bands. I just i did. That was my my world. Now that i'm older. I wish that i would have done more rudimentary drumming growing up but are there avenues. That people like me who Are lifelong drummers. But just didn't come up in that world where you can as an adult. I think it sounds so fun to to play with a group to play in a marching drum corps situation. But you know. I'm not affiliated with any school. I'm not affiliated with any. Is there any avenue that people can go to like. Be a part of that. And i know city by city country by country. It's probably different. But what would someone like me. Do to get involved with stuff like that. I don't think there's enough that i'm working on a couple of projects three different projects To try to make that kind of that kind of opportunity available to people because here in connecticut in particular connecticut massachusetts parts of massachusetts up around boston mostly in parts of new york. There is a tradition of these local local fife and drum bands. And that's the tradition. I grew up in. But that's that's all dwindling away at the same time people like you were saying what you just said which is just music to my ears. You know people want to do this. Great but Generally people have these very busy. Overbooked lives and young people are pushed into whatever kinds of activities as they are called. It's not you know you're not becoming a musician. You have activity of soccer in making music as the same thing. They're both just activities but anyway whatever will look good on your college application..

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"jim clark" Discussed on Drum History

Drum History

05:08 min | 7 months ago

"jim clark" Discussed on Drum History

"Base loosely coordinated. That's something that if you're working on your own it's very hard to do because you see it from the outside more easily. You get concentrating in you. Start to tighten up your shoulders will hunt a little bit and your upper arm is not involved And you're concentrating you being conscientious. You'll want to good job but it's it's very important to relax and let your whole arm be involved with emotion in every joint booth. Make sure your wrist is working. I do a lot with four rotation motions which i can't show you now but that's not really the mental idea and as you get if you can't get yourself relaxed. It moved bigger. That's a very good thing to do. You see that in sports load. If you're learning well kids are learning to hit a baseball with a baseball bat or by sport is tennis. You learning how to hit a decent tennis stroke. You don't try to hit the ball very very hard in you. Don't try to move the racket or the bat very fast. You have to make a big smooth motion. And i think that the fundamental idea of drumming technique is to make big smooth motions. If you're trying to play very fast you're trying to over control things you go tinier and tinier that's not useful so make icee working your rudiments working on playing double strokes playing open role bake bigger than you think. You have to bring the sticks up farther than you think you have to. Don't try to hit the job loudly but try to make a big smooth motion in. If you're making a big smooth motion you'll get more and more control in. The speech will come in the slightest little hint of anything tightening up. Don't don't push it beyond that. it's very important. Just be smooth. If you're very very smooth and lots of things will follow profitably for that but once you tightened up. It's the end of the game. Well it seems like for someone who's been playing for fifty seven years that if you're going to have which you know all of us wanna play for our entire lives you can damage your body by practicing the wrong way and if you're tightened up with anything like you said if you're doing sports or whatever you can hurt yourself In the long run so everything you're saying kind of seems like it's also just physically better for you. And i imagined breathing is important because i remember as a kid. When i was learning i i had a teacher who would say you know. You're not breathing. And then that affects your time just every just tightening up and then plane and then gasping for like. It's just when. I was working as a drum teacher in college and stuff at little shop here in cincinnati. I would see that all the time. Where the kid relax trion you but then you have to think to breathe..

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"jim clark" Discussed on Drum History

Drum History

05:38 min | 7 months ago

"jim clark" Discussed on Drum History

"It gives you enough suggestions so that the obvious thing is to say. Oh if you could do if you do it this way and that way maybe i'll make up a third way that you could do the same kind of thing and that's that's the value of the root of mental thing. I i think that would be a very good book for anybody to get. Who's interested in developing their hand technique. If you if you approach it seriously totally Now as you're practicing these is people are working through them. In your experience of of of teaching what are some things that you may be see that people who have been you know self teaching working on it on their own. What are some things that you see that you need to correct like so. Maybe some red flags or some things that people are doing. Where when you're when you're teaching yourself when you're doing anything by yourself. I personally have a tendency to be like. Yeah i think that was it when in reality with a teacher they'd be like no no no. You're not doing it right. you're not lifting it enough. What are some things that you think people should kind of self police a little bit more that you see when you get them after their Sta self you know learning which you should learn by yourself. Let's obviously that's key. Sure practice at home but what are some things people should watch out for but this is this is what am i. this is. My teaching is still so fascinating to me. Now because i i watched someone play and i get all these ideas that it's diagnosing that in coming up with ideas for his is fascinating to me. I really love teaching of. But now i don't have anybody in front of playing so i have to try to think of that. One common thing that trump's it players will do they'll still come into their first or second lesson. Say darn it. My left hand doesn't work. I think there's something wrong with her. In you have the play..

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"jim clark" Discussed on Drum History

Drum History

05:47 min | 7 months ago

"jim clark" Discussed on Drum History

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"jim clark" Discussed on Drum History

Drum History

05:50 min | 7 months ago

"jim clark" Discussed on Drum History

"Fill in the gaps with your other head playing softly on the stair drum or closed i or something and that's a way of combining singles and doubles and so forth and that's based on that rudimentary idea of varying the sticking all the time. Yeah that makes sense now. You said before hearing drummers and you hear these popular drummers playing these rudiments or seen them and they kind of like like billy cobb and stuff now it makes me think. What's your thoughts on being able to like. Listen to some of the legends of drumming and being able to tell if they're a rudimentary drummer like let's say not even watching a video but hearing them. Can you tell when someone is using this style to move around the drum set just by listening to the actual music or is the goal to not be able to tell just. Because you know you don't want it to sound too chopped up rudimentary as they're playing in a rock or jazz situation. But can you yourself is kind of a you know really. You've done this a lot Tell when someone's using these techniques. Yes i think so and what. I'm interested even. Though as i said i played more than half a century every year in drawers and i have taught for all those years of people to play in fife and drum corps so i really loved strict the old fashioned rudimentary drumming. When you're doing it on the drum set. It's the i think a goal is not to sound like a drum corps drummer sticking stuff in there but to but to do it fluently. I think the probably the classic example of of that of well. They're different guys. Do it in different ways. I would say better than the classic thing that most obviously is is the the work of steve gadd who had very good route mental background in lots of their loads of video presentations of him both commercial videos that he did and just videos. That people took it different workshops. He's done it. Hill explained he does is especially famous things. I'd rather make us in six stroke rolls very common traditional rudiments any explains how he uses those skid row the trump said i think we can safely say he's had a pretty successful caribbean yovany complaining. He's a great great great musician. Who who expresses that other jumps musician. It he does a lot of a lot of those beats that he's most famous for to me clearly. Come out if that backer you have the open double strokes you have terrific ease of moving between flames and robson different of combinations of those to make up the more intricate roots in gad. Developed a way to move those around really two separate the he ends a lot of what he does that famous left-hander the hi hat a lot of times he's money parasitic combinations radom accommodations with one.

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"jim clark" Discussed on Drum History

Drum History

03:41 min | 7 months ago

"jim clark" Discussed on Drum History

"The first rule as i'm sure you'll agree is that you don't try it when you're on a gateway with people at home when you're back and no one's listening that's how you get started doing got. I'm just teasing most. But you're right. No that's there are some really basic patterns for people are just getting started with this. For instance If you think about pericles or just a pair of digital sticking as a real root of metal drummer. I got all fussy about what appeared list. But we're not worried about so you've got a pair that'll sticking a which combinations of singles doubles right left right right left right left left. Well clearly that double stroke gives you time. There are two issues one is good news. That doubles joe. Gives you time to move your free hand to another playing surface or other drummers civil right so let's say you've got four drums lined up from left to right well there for left to right. Let's say this if you want to go straight down those drums you play for beats or eight beats on each drum while you can use hand to hand sticking works great right left right. Left next trump right left right left. Your right hand is right there. Let's say you want to alternate want to go if the drums are in in order. One two three four. Let's say you want to go for one. Two three back up to two and then down to four very that pattern trump. if you're always leading with your right hand when you have to go the opposite direction you have to go back up. That's a little awkward. You have to get your left out of the way. It's possible people do it. But the pair that'll sticking makes it easier to do so if you have to left's the next trump is to. You're right you can move down there if you have a right hand pair that'll the next paradigm starts with your left. If you're going to move back up you can go that way. Does that make sense. Yeah it's like it's it's buying you some time. Yes that's right. And that's a big thing when you're playing the drums set and you try to move around. You see the really really good drummers. And they always look like they've got all the time in the world to get to that next playing surface and and they don't because you try doing joss. How do i get there at a time. I'm always late or i'm stiff pushing really hard to get there. Well when you have a when you use double strokes tipples stokes to give you that time to move your free hand and also then things happened. We just get used to the idea of combining the sticking in different way as you get better at route. It's not it's a big mistake. I think just to play straight route. And that's what you get past that initial period of knowing them they're also have other sticking that will pop into your mind that you can try a lot of times. You see people use what he had say stays out. The stair job in the head is playing the accents and new moving around tomtoms. let's say and you have combinations of singles and doubles and triples on that hit on the snare drum or the other hit in. That's that gives you a kind of to voice idea and people who spend a lot of time just playing singles all the time or double strokes all the time. It's hard for them to mix that up so one thing to do is make up an accent. Pattern is related to route But not strictly just basic rudiments of make up an accent pattern that you like whatever it may be five four and you think dumb doug godot. Dega dum bum bum but You do that with one hand. Did move it around the drums in you..

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"jim clark" Discussed on Drum History

Drum History

02:55 min | 7 months ago

"jim clark" Discussed on Drum History

"So that if you wanna play in those in those styles and you're not familiar with the rudiments you're really working behind all the time. It's like not really understanding a language in trying to speak just imitating other people's voices but not not understanding the grammar at off. Sure a guy. I can't remember the name of the fellow of somebody. Row a very nice new book on kind of analysis affiliate joe jones style in all these wonderful exercises and in little excerpts from work that mr jones did and he was such a proponent of playing the rudiments all the time if you try playing stuff in that style and you don't know the root of it's it's it's quite difficult and of course al dawson at boston had his famous rudimentary ritual in learning all of the rudiments and putting together and having that kind of dexterity in you see his playing and of course his famous student tony williams really was a rudimentary drummer. There was nothing rudimentary. Tony could do a billy. Cobham would weight such sensation when he was by my friend in a a guy. Drummed with a father's generation. Kenny liberty actually taught drum-and-bugle court Rebel kaba was one of the drivers. It's so interesting for me. I can't hear things belly cobwebs playing very much like that guys. But he was the most musical rudimentary drummer in the world seemed to be his name was ken. Lively is an incredibly musical player. And a lot of those beautiful little things. That billy cobb. I like the quiet that you know. does and they're so sensitive requires such such really fine control but a very relaxed in musical control and that is what rudimentary drumming from. My point of view gives the audience. Not playing double strokes at the speed of lighter. They don't care about that so much. It gives you that real fine control over your software dynamics that is really really charming right. So perfect. Like transition into my the question. I keep kind of having in the back of my mind like taking it from doing your ten minute. And then expand from there your your your practice of rudimentary drumming every day. How do you recommend that people would say they've played for. Why all you know you know you're not learning the basic beats here how i translate it from doing rudiments on a pad To you're sitting there. Let's say playing with a band or you're like like a you know a jazz or rock band like you're on the drum set. What are some practical ways that you can start to insert this is. It just may be sort of like throwing in a reutemann on a phil or just kind of getting out of something with using sticking that you've learned in rudiments sir. How do you recommend applying this well..

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"jim clark" Discussed on Drum History

Drum History

05:47 min | 7 months ago

"jim clark" Discussed on Drum History

"Which maybe it's human nature but sometimes like you think. Oh man you know gyms told me here to practice Twenty four hours a day. That takes a minute but actually doing it every day. It's sort of like you know all doing ten pushups or twenty or thirty or one hundred push ups a day. It's like it do it for a full week and And see if you're still doing it but you gotta just get it in your mind that you have to do it right. Yeah i tell well the way. I do things myself whenever i try to learn new skill. You have to decide that it matters. It's like losing weight or you say doing body buildings something like that you have to say. Do i really wanna do this. If i want to do it if i want to play better flames. Here's a line of reasoning. That was helpful to be. I don't know it'd be helpful to your listeners. I hope so to be a good drummer. I ought to be able to play consistent. Claims look at all these good drummers they play consistent flames and use them in different combinations and. I can't do that yet. What i like to be able to do that. Yes okay. Am i willing to spend one darn minute a day for a month to see if i can improve the skill. If you're not willing to do that then you probably not very serious about learning how to play. So it's not what i ever encountered. I've been a private teacher both piano and drums for decades now and something. That's very common situation. Is that people set up a very unrealistic goal for themselves in terms of improving. I'm gonna practice five hours a day and they've got a fulltime job or are we know their high school student and they have to do homework pass their courses and keep the appearance from florida throwing them out of the house so forth and they say i'm going to practice three hours a day and they can't practice three hours a day so they give up altogether. You know after a short period of time if you set goals that are very attainable. Goals but requires some discipline. Then then you stay at a chance but just start if you start as i say with just say twenty or thirty flames day doesn't take very long and then you can build on that and do more in usually once people get started They do better get better. A there's a very appropriate story about this. When i was at high school i subscribed to down beat magazine. One of the first articles. I got was an interview with bb king and he was asked. This is back in the early. Nineteen seventies late sixties. And they said. Mr king your touring all the time. You don't even have a permanent residents you live on the tour bus hockey practice it. Bb king said at that point. He said i get off the boss..

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"jim clark" Discussed on Drum History

Drum History

03:39 min | 7 months ago

"jim clark" Discussed on Drum History

"And today i am joined by jim. Clark who's an author educator. Performer historian fifty seven year veteran of the drums. Jim under the show. Thank you very much. Yeah this is this is a fun one. And we're gonna. We're going to do something kind of practical today and talk about Applying rudimentary drumming. Which i think is very I don't wanna say proper but it can be very Educational it can be very different than like your standard day day. Gigging you know rock jazz. Blues whatever drumming So i'm excited to talk about that but before we kick this off. I do want to give a big thank you to our friend. Kyle zeus ski. Who on really did a great job of sticking on me and you and getting a scan naked and really believed in this episode. Clearly because we you know he he was poking both of us to to make sure this happened so big. Thank you to kyle. I think you're kyle to thank you. Carl yeah so all right back to the topic though. So gem I think this is such a neat topic. Let's jump in and really talk about how drummers can use thus formal rudimentary drumming in everyday life. Maybe explain this concept and then talk about it. Well it's a. It's an easy concept for me to talk about in that. That's been my approach to drumming my introduction to driving through essentially through at a mental practice. But it's also a little difficult. Because i it's so normal to me that it's hard for me to imagine not doing it now. I give you a little idea. When i started to play in the fall of nineteen sixty three took lessons in the school music program in as soon as we were underway at all a. Got the so-called the buddy rich book that henry adler wrote famous. What's a very famous book. And we learned to play rudiments out of the buddy rich book so in doing that. You learned that sticking matters different combinations of sticking matter awkward ones matter to everything that you start on the right hand you start on the left hand you learn to play robson double strokes of enflame rudiments in in different combinations and so to me. That was what you do. When you're learning about drumming euler to do these kinds of pretty complicated hand motions are. It'd be learned reading at the same time in that book of if your listeners are familiar with it has a very very fine. Very basic elementary learning how to read quarter notes eighth notes than eight Quarter notes and so forth and for people just getting started. That's a very very good source. In for loading rudiments also there are so many variations on rudiments that it was a useful thing to do and after a urasoe they. The school music teacher was one of the people who has by the way percussion matrix. So he's a very good driver. He was essentially a drum set player. Us very well schooled and a very good player. He had a little organ trail that he played with for decades and decades then he and some other people at the town started the fight to drum corps. So i started to play in the fifa drum.

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"jim clark" Discussed on Acquired

Acquired

02:14 min | 10 months ago

"jim clark" Discussed on Acquired

"Steffi's done well. This is going to be great. I don't wanna say lie. Because it's not alive. But the sort of posturing from one of the key elements of the beginning of entries and horowitz Which is their motto that all the general partners here need to have been ceos like half of the first like five or six general partners. At never been see is right. And there's a lot of credibility behind that they were strong operational leaders executives. But yeah absolutely like jeff. Jordan led the pay pal acquisition around. Pay pal within ebay. Like i would take him on my board but yeah that's funny. Well this good point before we get into like the ninety six ninety seven ninety eight continuation of the browser wars. What happens to netscape. And i'll leave it there for the moment. This is a great time to announce our second sponsor of this season of acquired. We are very excited to welcome pitchbook to the show now as many if not all probably all of you know. Pitchbook is the leading financial data provider for vce private equity and all mergers and acquisitions. Their platform includes a database with information on more than three point. One million companies and over one point five million deals on a deviate from the script here and just say like it is so comprehensive like there is no better more broad coverage data source of private company data and the a lot of public company. Data out there. So i'll tell you they definitely don't sacrifice quality for quantity because ninety six percent of their clients rate pitch books coverage of private companies as better than any other data provider. And we also do want to tell you we use pitchbook. All the time for the podcast. It is a huge part of how we research and how we do our homework for episodes were able to share these precise details like pre and post on rounds share price shareholder equity who owns what throughout the story because of pitchbook and this has been true for years. If only jim clark had back in the days maybe he wouldn't have gotten deluded so much as negotiations so true i mean. I'm thinking back to our uber episode. Where we were telling the share price along all the different years it was getting funded. That was all from data. We pulled from pitchbook so listeners. We do.

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"jim clark" Discussed on Acquired

Acquired

04:21 min | 10 months ago

"jim clark" Discussed on Acquired

"Because even jim clark for all of his executive nece from sgi for the ipo netscape actually did want this sort of like robust professional public market ceo. So everybody knows this is going on but Netscape thinks and the market thinks that. Okay you know microsoft's now they've got this internet explorer thing. They'd liceu mosaic. They're gonna run the office playbook year they're going to sell this at compusa and you know you're gonna buy it and blah blah blah. And then as he said then two weeks after the netscape. Ipo launch windows. Ninety five and not fully bundled in then but they say that there's the Windows ninety five plus pack and internet explorer is bundled into it for free and of course this would eventually very quickly internet explorer would just be bundled for free directly into every copy of windows ninety five and then windows..

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"jim clark" Discussed on 550 KFYI

550 KFYI

02:47 min | 1 year ago

"jim clark" Discussed on 550 KFYI

"I say Do it, please do it. If this cunt If the state is going blue, you may have a shot. But if Republicans embraced the fact that we truly had more opportunities with the President trump with the make America great policies, then you're gonna be in trouble. And I'll take it this much to something is going to happen in the Republican Party. It's already happening. You need look no further than Georgia. The alarm bells are going off all we need conservatives always need trump supporters We need to but now actually get down. No, you don't. You punked us one too many times. And all of these Republicans like you're burning bitches like your do? Si. You know what? I'm gonna give Katie Hobbs. I'll give her a little bit of DAP. Why? It was a Democrat. She's not trying to hide who she is She and afraid to be who she is. She'll go off that she'll go off of President Trump, and she'll call Trump supporters like you and me. Nazis. She's being real. It's the Republicans alike Do see and, like, burn a bitch who will Jake, just shake your hand? Smile on your face and stab you in the back to move you out of the way. Just a little bit too much of And I think that the more that these these Republicans expose themselves, the better It is for the party because You know it is no longer tenable. Either. This will be trump centric, trump leaning party or is going to be the reestablishment of the establishment. It won't be both. We know too much to go back. Talked a little bit more about that. And what President Trump had to say to see at 8 48. Silver is so important to renewable energy that one analyst called Is calling it the new oil. That's just one reason that so many Republic Monetary Exchange clients are buying silver right now. I called Jim Clark a few weeks ago and I asked about silver. He said. It's a good move, he says. Silver has been money longer in more places than gold, and it is always a surprise in a crisis. Could anyone not argue that we're going through a crisis? The bank goals goes on to say that the forecast of $50 of more is a real realistic target this year for silver. We're talking about big gangs for wealth protection and profit. Call my friends at Republic Monetary Exchange. That's where I get my Silver Republic Monetary Exchange, Camelback just east.

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Presidential election in Florida may come down to one county

Todd Schnitt

00:13 sec | 1 year ago

Presidential election in Florida may come down to one county

"Dr. Jim Clark with the University of Central Florida says if seminal county votes Blue Biden will win the election. The county has voted Republican in every presidential election since 1948. But Dr Clark says that they may change this year.

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Multiple boats on fire at marina underneath West Seattle Bridge

The Takeout with Major Garrett

00:31 sec | 2 years ago

Multiple boats on fire at marina underneath West Seattle Bridge

"Several house votes at a marina were destroyed by a fire underneath the west Seattle bridge the fast moving blaze was reported just after ten PM last night the fire was overwhelming the large fire about the size of a large house both things under control the president of Jim Clark marina temper tark says seven or eight house boats and boats burned firefighters had the blaze under control within an hour and thankfully no one was hurt we don't know what

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"jim clark" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"jim clark" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"It was only two more and then the twenty second of March station to payment deck. So I called up and called customer service and to policies refunding, mutilate, see and took another payment over the phone. All right. That was sent back. Oh boy. They're standing what's the problem is, is they are reporting not paying on the credit bureau and that Chris scores dropped twenty five thirty points, all three of the bureaus dry, have any retribution. Jim. First of all, I want you to get this issue resolved in can you fix your credit scores? I suspect that there is a way to do that, Jim. But I'm not the guy to tell you how to do it. Maybe they can reverse what they did as far as your credit. But Jim Clark Howard is a consumer warrior, right here on WDBO, and you can find information about him at Clark dot com. He has a consumer warrior hotline, Jim, and you might call that consumer warrior hotline, Jim, and I'll bet somebody, there, could answer that question for you. Hey, speaking of credit, folks, you know, I've, I'm a staunch follower of Clark Howard. He gives such great advice. I know his own at odd hours, earned WDBO therefore, I follow his podcast and caught Clark Howard, I think is quite brilliant. And because of Clark I now have my own credit karma account. And I'm following my credit on a weekly basis to see what's going on with it. So folks, I highly recommend I'm trying to get all my kids to do it, too, because it is so important that you have good credit.

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"jim clark" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast

The Autosport Podcast

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"jim clark" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast

"Massive by still Toffees game going racing sports car in IndyCar nothing. That's really good for echelons losses. Most leading revolution in motorsports. He would say, yes. Well that question. Well, so we can we can move on the next one now by which is what makes Alonzo so good on track. The behind the wheel stuff. The what makes him so quick so good the improvise Asian. I think ultimately. Think of no I was not that I'm old enough to seen this. But from what I've read. Make the comparison with Jim Clark going that had a reputation vamp to drive around problems drive any car. He was given. That's how I seems to me. He had he's had some bad calls in the in the latter stages career and the throughout the time that I was covering F one or have been covering at one closely, and he just can wrestle at times out of these bad machines, basically and leave very very capable highly. Rated teammates gasping for air. But if you look at the years when he's putting the most troublesome 'cause this year well twenty eighteen against van dome. Every rice unstable call improvised destroyed in qualifying twenty four Ferrari arguments nowhere twenty twelve for remastered was nowhere and fan. Doorns driver. The previously was bracketed with ULA. Clegg's your Verstappen's seriously as a guy who is going to define the. The new era former Lonzo is buried in. But look when he came on much more strongly in seventeen second off the against Lonzo eighteen just just nowhere because Alonzo just picks up makes it.

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The Latest Ebola Outbreak Is Centered in a War Zone

Midday on WNYC

05:36 min | 4 years ago

The Latest Ebola Outbreak Is Centered in a War Zone

"Spiro discusses her new feature night comes out and exploring the links between the multibillion dollar oil boom out west and violent crime against native American communities. This is midday on WNYC. All that is next after the news. Live from NPR news in Washington I'm Jim hark at a came a, campaign stop Thursday in Pennsylvania President Trump lashed out at the news media for underplaying his political accomplishments as Bobby Allen of member station WHYY reports. Trump rounded up the usual suspects, Trump is in. Wilkes Barre which, helped, propel him to the White House to back Lou bar ladder for Senate Republican, with hardline views on illegal immigration but Trump spent a large chunk of his speech making swipes at the news media pointing at the TV. Cameras in the back. Of the arena and. Even these people back here these horrible horrendous people Trump said news coverage of a recent meeting with Queen Elizabeth of England was slanted against him but they. Can make anything bad because. They are the fake fake disgusting news Today a report, from the United Nations. Found that Trump's verbal attacks on the media could trigger more violence against journalists for NPR news I'm Bobby. Allen in experience the national. Archives and records administration says it won't be able to finish the review of nearly one million documents regarding supreme court nominee Br Kavanagh's time with George W Bush White, House before October that's creating a potential roadblock GOP hopes to get the confirmation done, before the November midterm election Iowa Republican Senator Chuck Grassley blames. The opposition for requesting too many, documents one of. My researchers said, that, maybe compared to the last five supreme. Court nominees it would be more than, all of them added together Grassley hopes to start confirmation hearings sometime in September Firefighters battling blazes across the western US are getting. Reinforcements from abroad Matt Gillam with Boise state public radio reports fire personnel from Australia and New Zealand are. Expected to land in, Idaho this week top US fire managers requested around one hundred fifty fire specialists from Australia and New Zealand they've assisted and partnered with America for over half a century fire professionals including division supervisors strike team leaders and helicopter. Managers are among those on. The way American fire managers tapped Australia and New Zealand for assistance because fire infrastructure and the two nations is similar to that. Of, the US when international personnel arrived they'll undergo a one day. Orientation at the Boise based National Interagency Fire center before being deployed to wildfires across the, west, firefighting resources, are also being provided by Canada they've sent to air tankers. And a lead plane help battle blazes in the Pacific northwest for NPR news I'm, Matt Gilman Boise heavy rains of prompted authorities to evacuate. Parts of Virginia city in case of dam fails The Lynchburg department of. Emergency services says areas near the college lake dam or being evacuated the national weather service says at this. Time the dam has, not failed and is being closely monitored by emergency personnel for any signs of structural failure This is NPR news The World Health Organization says the latest Ebola outbreak in Democratic Republic of Congo was in what it calls. An active conflict zone there have been twenty six suspected cases and at least. Twenty, people, have died. NPR's Jason bobbie-ann reports the conflict could slow efforts. To control the outbreak this latest outbreak is in the North Kivu. Province of the DRC it's close to the border with Uganda fighting among militant groups, for control of gold diamond and coltan mines in the province has forced nearly a million. People from, their homes a groups. Say the armed conflict in addition to the large number of displaced people in the area may make. Controlling this outbreak difficult the Congolese health ministry has sent a team of a dozen bowl of specialists to the village where the cluster of. Cases was, first, reported they stress however that this new north kiva outbreak is not. Related to an outbreak the began in April on the other, side of, the country. Jason bobbie-ann NPR news State officials in California vowed to press on with a clean air lawsuit, blasting the Trump administration Thursday for weakening automotive fuel efficiency standards California's attorney general also promised. Another lawsuit if the administration makes. Good on plans to revoke longstanding waiver allowing California and other states to set their own stricter auto. Emission standards at least twelve other states and the district of Columbia follow California's rules I'm mixed day on Wall Street Thursday the s. and. P. five, hundred, index closed up thirteen points the Dow Jones industrial average slipped seven. Points the NASDAQ composite jumped ninety six points I'm Jim Clark, NPR news in Washington Support for NPR comes, from NPR stations other contributors include e. c. m.. C. foundation. Working through improve postsecondary educational outcomes for under. Served students through evidence based innovation learn. More at ease EMC foundation dot org WNYC.

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