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"mike cottage" Discussed on Sodajerker On Songwriting

Sodajerker On Songwriting

07:55 min | 2 months ago

"mike cottage" Discussed on Sodajerker On Songwriting

"Song. Think he ended up with fifty percent just because he had a seven dollar word are shackled. Feed off the icy waters themes protagonist will drown. There's no clue this right. All the world's a stage we're burning down the theater with them one. Inside the prestigious john can slide down baptist gambling part time so haven't been engaged in this practice of writing for so long. Now jeffey like the next batch of songs might not comb or you always have a sense of trust not process that you know you're going to be able to deliver. When the time comes. I felt like that probably ten years ago for sure. Eight years ago asserted thing man. I've written a lot of songs. And i don't know what else i want to write about and i don't know if anybody's listening and i don't know what's the point of this thing anymore and i said to a a friend of mine who's been. He's kind of the generation above means canadian band called blue rodeo. Jim cuddy the main songwriter in the band. Along with great dealer his partner of forty years. They've been working together. And i said to jim like i don't know what to write about. I don't know if i have more sons in me. I don't know what i'm writing for. I don't know who's listening. And jim said yeah but it beats hanging. Drywall doesn't it and it was sort of his way of saying fucking. Just relax. just go right. Your job is amazing. You you're good at it and we all feel like that occasionally like the songs aren't gonna come and i think getting through that process and maybe getting to you know silver ball and then fake nudes out okay. I do know what i'm doing here. And then it's like then you get inducted into the hall of fame and then you get like a lifetime achievement. Songwriting word award and like start to think. I have to be good at this. Like what i have to stop. Second guessing myself. There are no more awards for them to give me. I have to finally go. Okay all right. I know what i'm doing and it's weird to talk about. Not having confidence like twenty five twenty seven years in year career. But i felt that on the way to be inducted into the hall of fame i was like thinking i had something to prove like. I should just be enjoying this. So i now feel like i'm more confident. In the fact that it is a craft and learned a lot over the years. And i i have more tools and i'm always amassing more tools. I learned something from each. I learned something from each songwriting process. I learned something from each writer that i work with. And it's like. I put another perfect tool in my tool belt like. Oh i'd like what he did there and that's something i can do in the future and it just expands my capability i guess but ultimately it is it's a craft right like anyone who's finished assam knows that it's the inspiration. Part of it is a fraction of the saw. It's the craft. It's the architecture of the song is the most important thing. If you rely too heavily on the muse visit you. Then she'll just stop coming. You have to do the work with any particular tools you you picked up from them. Donovan moods he wrote with on this album. I think it was called forbidden. Man-made lake with the two songs on this yeah he was the person. I was picturing when i said that. Actually and what was really interesting about writing with donovan. Woods is he was a big fan of my writing growing up so he asked me a lot of specific questions about how it came up with certain lines and interestingly we're both big hip hop fans and the way a rapper fits align into the flow of lyric. You know i look at somebody like eminem and obvious choice as i often say like. I'm super happy when my lines rhyme when i have a rhyme scheme for the verse and it goes a bb or goes aba unlike solid. Okay i got it and eminem's rhyme schemes are like there's seven internal rhymes per lie and as a writer. You look at the go. My god he's playing three dimensional chess with every verse and it all makes sense and not only do the lines rhyme but they rhymed five to seven times throughout each line. And i think like what. I look at a rhyming dictionary. Sometimes and i pick a word. Does he just circle the paragraph. And go okay. Here's the fifteen rhymes. I'm going to use in this line in this single line so anyway to get back to your question about what specific tools i learned from donovan woods. He said to me. What do you think about the title man made lake. And i was like i love that and i said you know my places on a man-made lake here he said yeah thinking about like he told me a story about when he was a kid and he visited some kids house and was beautiful. He said it was like the most mentioned to him. It was like the most beautiful home he ever visited and he said to his dad. I went to so-and-so's house and it's part of the whatever. It was called as part of the woods estates and his dad kind of sloughed it off and sent to estates. That's a landfill. That's on a man-made lake like said it to to say oh you were fooled like that wasn't actually a beautiful place it was a fabricated place and mike cottage is on quote. A man made lake. It was just made a hundred and fifty years ago when they dammed the south end of the lake and this what used to be. Cedar swamp became a lake. But now it's i think it's the most beautiful place in the world but someone some people will dismiss its beauty because it wasn't technically naturally occurring. So i guess. What i learned from donovan is the sometimes. The title is.

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"mike cottage" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

03:20 min | 2 years ago

"mike cottage" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"I say when a Mike cottage, twenty six I'm director of FW sweaty complement, which is a charity, which looks after the Trump, it's a preserved Victorian pharmacy. But what makes it on the Joyce trail is in chapter five of James Joyce's? Ulysses classic book about dubbing onto sixteen to Joe nineteen hundred and four the Opole bloom around pen thirty in the morning goes into Sweeney's pharmacy, whitey's inswing as farmers. He's looking around. He's describing the bottles and jars onto shelves probably still there today. It's just it's just an incredibly preserved building on why these there, the oppo bloom Biza bottom lemon soap, so every visit our who visit us on Bloom's. They particularly they buy a bar soap, it's not just on Bloom's. They Sweeney's pharmacy is open every day. It's a little jam and open it only holds about twenty people. If they're all seated in there, we sit people in there and we read James Joyce L allowed on everyday between one o'clock two o'clock. There's a story read or a part of. Book. But if you go in there with a group of people outside those hours, they read a story for you, anyway. So now for those of us who are not that literate to have read Ulysses. What is boom? Stay bloom. They is the sixteenth of June James Joyce's, most famous novel is Ulysses which is about one day in Dublin and the day he'd show was the sixteen to June nineteen hundred and four, which is the day, that he went out with a girl named nor barnicle for the first time that was their first date, they eventually eloped a few months later. So the city celebrates James Joyce in his literary heritage every June sixteenth, every June. Sixteenth is now known as blooms day, and we dress up in the clothes of the period, and we follow the roots of both Leopold bloom. And a guy named Stephen Daedalus as they're walking backwards and forwards across Dublin on the sixteenth of July. Stephen, would you recommend being in Dublin on, on Bloom's day? I would my wife and I are going to be there again this year for bloom, stay, and we hope we can meet show and what you look forward to doing other than meeting Joe on Bloom's day. There's all kinds of. Titties, there's concerts, there's walks, there's just hanging out in the pub. A couple of other favorite hidden treats in Dublin me, we might want to be aware. The Marsh library is Arlyn's oldest public library, which three hundred year old I right beside Saint patches potato. So if you're a tourist in the likelihood is you're going to go along to Saint Patrick's cathedral at some stage and just a little bit further on. I'm talking fifty. Sixty ours is a Marsh library and the library has been preserved as it was built three hundred years ago. A three hundred year old library. Those are wonderful all of your plenty of find them in, in what's one more. Just a little bit outside Dublin city center is a place called the casino in Marino. It is an incredibly unique work of Georgian architecture from the late eighteenth century. It is a magnificent building on the outside. It looks like a Grecian temple would huge windows, a massive from door, and it looks for all the world like it's going to be one room. One big hall inside. And this would have been back from the days when Ireland was not chafing at British rule. But at least. Blin was embracing it and, and benefiting moment, it was embracing those Amman named James Caulfield, who was who had inherited a large fortune. And he went off in a grand tour of Europe when he was twenty years of age, and he came back with wonderful ideas of bringing classic architecture and classic art ninety built the casino Marino. Steven, thanks for your call. You.

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"mike cottage" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

11:17 min | 2 years ago

"mike cottage" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"Prevention has a new public health challenge. A fungus that's drug-resistant and quite deadly. There are nearly six hundred known cases of candy Bill or s in the United States almost half of the infected die within ninety days. What is candy to or or see Auras, and what is the fight against it say about modern medicine. Joining us from the CDC in Atlanta is Dr Tom chiller. He's the chief of it's Mike cottage diseases branch, which focuses on fungal infections. Dr chiller, welcome to one A great to be here. Also, joining us is Matt rectal of the New York Times. He is the author of an elegant defense. The extraordinary new science of the immune system. Matt welcome back to the program. Thank you. And and Dr chiller. Hello, matt. We'll just be speaking to Dr chiller and Matt rectal for this first part of the program before we shift gears. So we welcome any questions. You may have about this Email us one a at W A M U dot org. Comment on our Facebook page or tweet us at one A. Doctor chiller, let me start with you. First of all, what is Ken Dida, or my first of all am I pronouncing it correctly candied orange is that it that's Joshua perfect candidate Auras or Canada? Oregon is we like to say sometimes slightly quicker version is a yeast. So it's a fungus, and we dorm think of highly resistant bacteria that infect people that cause problems in our hospitals. This one's a bit different because it's a yeast yeast generally are not things we worry about getting highly infectious or highly resistant in this case, this new emerging yeast is just that it is highly infectious, and it is highly resistant. I think thankfully, it is still. Well, relatively rare in healthcare facilities. How much broadly speaking Dr chiller or fungal infections apart of the CVC's work. We often hear more about viral infections, or you know, plagues like he Bola and things like that or bird flu or Mercer fungal infections or Mike Hottick diseases. How much is that a part of the scope of the CDC? Well, we have a small group of us here who work diligently on fungal diseases, both domestically and across the globe. You know, it is it is a relatively small field. But those who are dedicated to it really spend a lot of time trying to battle these infections, fungal infections can cause disease and lots of different types of individuals. This particular one that we're talking about today Candido or Auras again is one that we're worried about in hospitalized patients. Matt rectal. What about the theories on where this came from? How it is. Spreading what are the theories? Look like right now on the origins of. I want to say one thing about you just asked about fungus. What am I your? It's a great question because the fungal people will tell you they're a little defensive because they everybody focused on bacteria, and when I met Dr chiller he said, we always say, we're fun guys in fun gals. Come on. A little bit. See I was trying not to make Daij open LSU Mukta Joe. Hey. Hey for the cheap stuff that's my game. But I do want to say, and I'll come to the where it came from. But but in a way, this this is putting fungus on the map in a in a certain respect where it belongs. Because these are these are really a part of our ecosystem, and where it came from stems directly from that. So we have sought about bacteria being resistant, and in part with that is because of the overuse in no small part of antibiotics to some extent in hospitals. The CDC will tell you thirty percent of prescriptions are not necessary in the US and also in livestock now segue over the fungus, we have thought about low a lot less of them. But guess what we use sponges sides antifungal medications and drugs widely particularly on produce. So is that groundwork laid so I can now tell you a little the mystery of Canada wars. Sure. Please. And I wanted to for a little bit too. Dr chiller much of what I've learned has been from his unbelievable expertise even genius on this subject, but we spray our crops widely with with fun fun decides particularly produce and one of the theories is that we are producing number one more resistant fungi in general, but why Canada Auras why this mysterious thing? And why did it come about from four continents at once one of the theories, and I again, I wanted to Dr chiller is that as the fungi sides on crops have killed lots of other fungi off. It's left a niche for Canada Auras to rise up. And it just so happens that Canada or is highly resistant, Dr chiller of I got that. Right. Yes. It sounds like Dr what he's you know, we've done a good job of killing many different kinds of fungi. But the ones that. That have not died have survived in proliferated, and therefore are resistant to what we have to kill everything else is that it. You know, I think that we've have these miracle drugs that we call antibiotics that we've had now for a number of decades and they save lives every day, but we really need to be thinking about how we use them. And because we're losing them to a certain extent. And this is one example of that. And I you know, I would agree that we need to think not only about how we use them in humans in our own in our own selves. But we also need to be thinking about how we use them in the environment and in animals, and you know, this is an ecosystem that as we all know is completely interrelated. And so I do believe that using any of these wonderful miracle drugs in different fashions is going to select for the survival of the fittest is gonna select for those bacteria fungi, viruses, that can survive in an environment Laden in antibiotics. We're speaking to Tom chiller of the CDC and Matt rectal of the New York Times. Also, the author of an elegant defense. We welcome your questions or thoughts. On this one a at W A M U dot org. Tweet us at one eight or comment on our Facebook page. Dr chiller is Canada or as a new fungus. Or is it one that we knew existed, but just had not proliferated? I would really like to call this relatively new at least in our knowledge of it. So the earliest that we heard about this fungus goes back to ninety six, but it really came on the map in two thousand and nine when when a when a report was published about it, and it was named it's named or as for the Latin term ear, and it was because it was named from an ear infection. Actually in Japanese patient when we looked hard through populations of patients that we had historical data on an historic isolates. We did not find candidate Auras and that's going back decades. So we truly do believe it has emerged in the last ten twenty years. I think the challenges we've not isolated it anywhere in the environment yet. So we don't know the niche. We don't know where it came from. But certain kinds of people dot dry. Imagine are most at risk, right? Yeah. I think it's really important to note that the general public, you know, healthy individuals are not at risk for getting infections with this organism. We're really talking about the sickest of the sick those in our hospitals that are getting medically invasive procedures that are at risk for a number of different infectious agents. And you know, it's important to continue to remain vigilant in our health healthcare facilities and do appropriate infection control in isolation. Which obviously our hospitals are very concerned about in general rectal with regards to the average person. Thankfully, it sounds like the average person with a relatively healthy immune system doesn't really need to worry about Canada Auras, but we have been getting some questions about what we should be doing Gretchen emailed. I wash my vegetables and fruits is that sufficient response to the concern about widespread use of fungi sides. Matt. I mean, the number of steps that you can take as an individual whether it's Canada or any number of other bugs. And and I'm really glad that I think it was Gretchen wrote about food. This is one area where you have control washer produce. Nowhere comes from. Please. Please be careful with raw meat, and I hear I don't mean just cooking thoroughly. But how you handle it in your kitchen? These are places where drug resistant bugs or antibiotic or fungi Seidel residue can wind up. I also want to underscore something though, that that is almost opposite sides of the same coin. I think Dr chiller, and I both for his scientific and mind from a journalistic perspective would probably say hygiene, not hysteria because when we have hysteria over the threats what we've had a tendency to do is over sanitize. And over sanitation include things like taking too many antibiotics using antibacterial soaps using fungi sides when not needed and those as Dr chiller has said lead to a survival mechanism on the part of the germs survival of the fittest. Patty tweeted, yet, it's no coincidence that the two most destructive pathogen sweeping human and non human populations are fungal, and we are woefully unprepared to address them. Mike college is fundamental biological science. I know our time is short. But Dr chiller, I wonder what this says overall about the fight against drug resistant germs from your perspective at the CDC. How're we doing? So far. You know, I think we are addressing them as aggressively as we can I think establishing good ways to detect these threats early and then aggressively pursuing a control and containment strategy is going to be our current and best actions. And you know, we are establishing better networks for detection. And of course, aggressive responses are are being undertaken, you know, I think also just the idea that we still need new drugs. And I think that new drugs is not the answer. But it is important that we continue the pipeline of development because bugs are smart. They're gonna develop resistance, and we need to be able to fight them with new tools as well. And very briefly chiller before we go if someone was concerned about this. What are the symptoms? How would one even know that one might be infected? Unfortunately, the symptoms are very non specific. And again, these are sick individuals in hospitals fever sepsis like symptoms having a bloodstream infection often causes get Hypo Hypo. So this is something that hospitals are very attuned to looking at in their hospitalized patients, and they're very nonspecific. Doctor Tom chiller of the CDC doctor, thanks for talking to us. It's been my pleasure. And Matt rectal of.

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"mike cottage" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

10:29 min | 3 years ago

"mike cottage" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"They didn't even realize you back in the league. I'm saying, no, he's not he's coaching the saints special teams. He's been coaching for a year and a half weeks been fine. They weren't even guys who realize you back in the league where we finished. They've no, I know. I mean, I knew you would end the whole time. I mean, I've been watching you. It was a lot of fun. I had a good experience. It was a risk your perfect mass for Sean. First of all, Sean is a perfect guy for you because he can handle you. We can handle your personality. He's not a guy who's afraid. He's you know that about him. He's a guy who's fearless? You know, he's perfect for you. They have a good day. A good are they have a very good organization. I'll tell Vicky law is really a good job. I know Mickey. He's a good guy. And I tell you and Sean a guy who's you shawnise Phyllis. He's not worried about anything. You know, he came up with Bill. You know, he knows guy takes charge. We've got it's well organized. They've got good guy. The guys you're reading the paper every day. This is a good group of guys. I had fun with. It was a fun thing to be a part of. And. Yeah, there were lots of highs and lows, but we kept fighting together. Nobody ever turned. There's no dope criticism. And so, you know, you really believe that it would be a heck of a game. Which it was it really was knowing what it was. I mean, and it's got to be tough for you driving back. I mean, you know, you should be headed to the Super Bowl right now. What you wanna love? Yeah. Because it's like I was in that game, you know, four or five times. For me. I don't think it defines my career. But I would have given anything to get that one opportunity to get their Mike looking Andy Reid. Look how many times he's had his heart broken. You know, look again this year, they just fired Bob Sutton. We didn't stop the pats in the fourth quarter. You know, Bob, something's a good, man. He just fired about something because they hadn't let them go. You know that because they had to do something with the defense. Exactly. Tuck business when you get an opportunity you have to take it. You know, we had plenty of things that could have gone to for ways. I thought earlier we jump out to a better lead. You had a chance to listen you had you had a chance to blow them out in the first quarter. They got the I know you guys were ready for the onside kick because you knew he had an onside kick ready you. I mean, I mean fake punt ready. You knew he had a fake punt. I know you did I called it on TV. I said he was going to go for we handled American knew he was going to go for it. We played a safe look on it. I practiced matter of fact in practice. I had teddy Bridgewater be there Potter. So I could get to throw the right way. That get throws a quarterback. He does he he's very good. And you know, and fossils kids. Become a good special teams guy. I played them off the ball back in what we call a safe alert and back. You know, and just because we know you pass interfere against that outside receiver on the, bro. Yeah. But we don't worry about that. We practice it every day. Nagai turns his back and he gets killed. Yeah. So, you know, of course, I was freaking out. But yet every other play that was involved in. I felt like we want. We did you listen to you. It's special teams who are always going to be good. There's no question. It's like west of are you going to go back next year? Again. Now mentioned to me, Mike. I I just said I said, how do you feel first of all do you feel well enough to do it my leg got better? I was able to walk, and I I went there. I just got off crutches, right? I spent a long time without surgery, I had to have real at my old leg redone, but I feel so much better. Like, I'm I just wanna go away. I wanna go home. I had that whole for a long time. And and put it behind me. Because it's so frustrating. Walk in the locker room to see it so devastated when you expected it to be like, what can you share Mike not that he can say anything that can console him. But what did he say to was team? No, just the fact that that I think he did a nice job of it the disappointment that we all had. But yet the fact of how proud he was of every individual, and how far we came in what they overcame a lot of teams after that Minnesota game last year would have collapsed. What a team's collapsed. He had to pull that together. He did a good job with that. And he made sure that everybody knew that. And he was very proud of that what everybody went through. And but what can you say? So it's just you're just devastate. Did you think you had the best team this year? Did you think you would win the whole thing? He actually I did. I did I did not that we were not we could wait every time. But we had enough different ingredients that that you know, we could put a lot of things together. But when it was all working, right? We were tough to beat. We had a lot of it was an interesting football team was perfect. No. But it had a lot of good things. And we could we of course, you know, you give drew Brees the ball at the right time lookout. Now, he's pretty good can take it hurts you and what about what about what what did you notice? You've been on every sideline. I mean, you've been on more sidelines than anybody. What did you notice anything anything stood out with you about the officials on the play? Did you think of anything that you saw? No, I I knew I could see that. They're the only thing that I know there's enough. Guy that had a very good angle at the plate. Two guys will ride on top of it. Both got both judges were right on top of it. I was expecting it to be officiated in a normal fashion. I I don't look at officials say they make it a point. I really don't I studied. I used to do officiated reports job. Sean gives a complete officials reports to the team every Friday night about who does what and how many holes, and how many this that and everything else. Well, the that incredible personal detail he talks about who the guy is. You know, we we wanna we wanna treat it with respect he believes in that and I do too. But you know, you you call it. Good bad, right wrong. It's just what you do. But it's it's a tough business. And so this was game. This was game. Six fifty two few is that what it was six fifty whatever Mike cottage over six fifty just have you ever felt that way walking off the field before never been disappointed? Never. I never felt that I come back close. And all of a sudden, it was all gone it just close the door. Did you you've probably lost games? Lost a tough game last year. You've lost many heartbreaking games through your career. Everybody has who's been around as long as you as their ever been one. That felt this way. No never. Was really because of the fact that I believe that this team this team that thirteen minutes. We played gets there. Come on. We thought our tails off. My tail off. And I was proud. That's okay. We're gonna play New England. I got you. I believe it was gonna be I wanted. Yeah. I played New England sixty times I I would've loved to play New England. And so I was really excited thinking I'm going gonna have this opportunity to be in the Super Bowl. I didn't know at that time who would be I didn't really care, but and then all of a sudden it gets yanked away. And and that you know, what I ever get that chance. I been awful close. And I was never be. I never came back. I never had never had that chance. We'll listen. I know it's heartbreaking. Congratulations on a good season. I know it's tough to take. I hope you go back and do it again next year and take another swing it. You never know. Thanks, mike. Thanks coach. I'll talk to you soon. Okay. All right. Mike westoff there. You got folks driving. There's a coach that's the NFL. There's the coach driving home. To florida. Now, I'm telling you a lot of people didn't even realize what steps back in the league. I've watched guys on the NFL all year talking about special teams stuff not even mentioning that west dose on their sideline who's considered to be? If not the grade is one of the greatest of all time. Ask him he'll tell you. He's the greatest teams coach and a lot of other people tell you. He's a great special teams coach both on every team you ever went to makes a difference. And he's been there since last year he got halfway through the season. Now, he's been obviously, he's five foot incredible battles with his health. With his leg and had his legs up on so many times in the leg has been such a huge problem for so he I mean, he's spinning out of the league tie it. A couple of times. You know, he was with Shuler with the jets Bill with jets. I mean, he's you know, he was there for a long time. Great special teams coach jet fans. He's the reason a couple of times he made it to the AFC championship game because of some stuff with him. I mean, he won games would kickoffs with blocked punts. I mean, we kick with with kickoff returns. But the show you what his guys coast six hundred and fifty some odd games. And until you it was the worst defeat of his life. Now chance to see the play. We'll play the second of all five games at five o'clock today. You get a chance to see the big game in Atlanta on February third along with airfare hotel for two right now not not now. But at five o'clock would be the first caller to correctly identified today's voice. And you win a Bose quiet comfort. Thirty five wireless headphones and qualified for the grand prize, which would be the tip for land. When we get the five winners. Friday, I will pick one of the five winners randomly from a hat or something. Who knows I don't even though I'll pick it, but we'll pick and somebody's gonna win a trip. Everyone was the headphones. Someone's gonna win the trip for to Super Bowl fifty three where you will be where west phone be Noah's on Payton, or would you breeze all any of the saints? You've heard a lot of screaming today about all would definitely gonna replace. That's not the way to do. This is not the way to do this. That's not the answer. There are other answers. We'll get to that today. With Pereira later on got the hall of fame today. And I don't know about you. But to me, this is where sports mindless, why do I care if Maryono gets one hundred percent one not who cares? Now, it's not the greatest player of all time is the greatest closer vol- time. He's one of the great clutch players. But they'd better players. They will have better players than I didn't get it. In the first round you can get in the first go round. Guys. They left off ten percent of the ballots. We're all time greats who can about that. No one's ever done it. But who cares?.

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