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Tigers beat McClanahan, Rays 9-1 on Lou Whitaker Night
"The tigers retired Lou Whitaker's number one before ending the three game skid 9 one over the raise Harold Castro drove in two runs and scored twice in helping Detroit win for just the 5th time in its last 21 games The tigers put it away with a 5 run 7th capped by Miguel Cabrera's RBI double Javi Baez added a two run double to back Garrett hill who allowed one run over 5 and a third innings Hill and the tigers bullpen blank Tampa Bay after yu Chang homered in the second Shane mcclanahan took the loss giving up four runs on 6 hits and 7 innings He's ten and 5 I'm Dave ferry
Fresh update on " mcclanahan" discussed on AP News Radio
" The tigers retired Lou Whitaker's number one before ending the three game skid. 9 one over the raise. Harold Castro drove in two runs and scored twice in helping Detroit win for just the 5th time in its last 21 games. The tigers put it away with a 5 run 7th, capped by Miguel Cabrera's RBI double. Javi Baez added a two run double to back Garrett hill, who allowed one run over 5 and a third innings. Hill and the tigers bullpen blank Tampa Bay after yu Chang homered in the second. Shane mcclanahan took the loss, giving up four runs on 6 hits and 7 innings. He's ten and 5. I'm Dave ferry.
Hedges drives in 2 to break tie, put Guardians over Rays 5-3
"Austin hedges supplied the tie breaking hit and Cleveland won a series against the rays for the first time since 2017 taking the rubber game 5 to three Hedges hit a two run double in the 5th inning to help the guardians finish 6 and 5 on their road trip The double came after Cleveland wasted a three zero lead Miles straw hit a two run single and José Ramírez picked up his 84th RBI with a base hit Reliever Kirk McCarthy picked up the win allowing one run over three and a third innings Shane mcclanahan tied a season low with four and a third innings Surrendering 5 runs 7 hits and three walks I'm Dave fairy
The latest in sports
"AP sports I'm Bruce Morton Major League Baseball has a new home run Derby champ Mark Myers reports from Los Angeles Juan Soto of the nationals defeated a field of 8 of the game's top sluggers to win the home run Derby It feels great Is another thing that I like you say to my trunk case and I'm going to have it there forever Soto out homered Mariners rookie Julio Rodriguez in the finals Soto also bashed the longest Homer of the competition measured at 482 feet Two time reigning champion Pete Alonso of the mets was eliminated in the semifinal round As for Tuesday's All-Star Game at Dodger Stadium hometown favorite Clayton Kershaw will be on the mound for the national league opposite Tampa Bay's Shane mcclanahan for the Americans First pitch just after 8 p.m. Eastern Time Meanwhile baseball's future may include some rules changes Dave ferry has details MLB is considering a pitch clock for next year with games running an average of three hours and two minutes this season A clock experiment in the miners has cut average game time by 27 minutes to two hours 37 minutes MLB is also considering shift and pick off limits and larger bases with the possibility of robot umpires in 2024 Shifts have been limited all season at double and single a where teams are required to have four players on the infield including two on each side of second base Outside of baseball ESPN has announced stiff curry will host the 2022 espys The Golden State Warriors guard says he hopes to channel two of his favorite comedians Dave Chappelle and Kevin Hart Speaking of pro basketball Philadelphia's James Harden has declined his $47.4 million player option telling the AP he did so to allow the sixers to pursue free agents Hardin has yet to win a championship in his 13 year NBA career First Morton AP sports
The Latest in Sports
"AP sports I'm Bruce Morton Juan Soto of the Washington Nationals is your 2022 home run Derby winner in the finals he defeated fellow Dominican Julio Rodriguez of the Seattle Mariners surpassing him with 30 seconds to go and bonus time Meanwhile if Tuesday's All-Star Game is tied after 9 innings guess what fans will get More home run Derby both sides will send up three batters and they will get three swings apiece to determine the winner taking the hill at Dodger Stadium for the national league will be hometown favorite Clayton Kershaw while the Americans will counter with Shane mcclanahan of Tampa Bay ESPN has announced Steph Curry will be hosting the 2022 espys He says he hopes to channel two of his favorite comedians Dave Chappelle and Kevin Hart And Philadelphia's James Harden has declined his $47.4 million player option telling the AP he did so to allow the sixers to go after free agents in his 13 year career he has yet to win an NBA title Bruce Martin AP
All-Star McClanahan wins 10th, Rays beat Red Sox again, 4-1
"The rays continue their dominance of the Red Sox winning four to one for a third straight victory to start their four game series Starter Shane mcclanahan set the tone allowing just one run and striking out 6 over 6 and a third innings for manager Kevin cash's rays You're gonna pitch with guys on base certainly in the American League east and whether it's the Yankees Red Sox Blue Jays he's shown the ability to kind of take a deep breath and make big pitches A pair of RBI singles from G man Choi and Harold Ramirez made it two to zero after three innings before Taylor walls added a solo Homer in the fourth I'm geffen
McClanahan wins 5th straight start, Rays sweep 3 from Cards
"The rays completed a three game sweep as Shane mcclanahan led them to a two one victory over the Cardinals Mcclanahan was terrific over 8 innings allowing an unearned run and two hits while striking out 9 He's 7 and two this season and leads the majors with 98 strikeouts Tampa Bay scoring came off the bat of G man Choi who belted a two run Homer in the fourth inning It was the lone mistake by miles Michaelis says the Cardinals hurler allowed just two other hits while fanning 9 in an 8 inning complete game The game was played in one hour 54 minutes I'm Dave ferry
Rays snap 3-game skid, hold off Angels 4-2 in 10 innings
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Mike Eruzione Details the Mindset, Conditioning Leading to the Miracle on Ice
"Mike what do you think it was I mean in that particular game Her Brooks God rest his soul was a great coach himself who coached our team Do you think it was the conditioning Do you think that tea can off the coach of the Soviet Union just wasn't ready You think he just kind of left you guys off and you know I watched the special about this from the Russian side the Soviet perspective and I think that the way they handled you guys at Madison Square Garden in the exhibition Mike actually hurt them because they came in just not taking you guys seriously You were on the ice no one knows better than you Yeah I don't know I'm not in the locker room I don't know what their mindset was I'm sure they were probably pretty confident I mean they were averaging I think 8 goals a game during the Olympics So nobody was really giving them a game But I think we kind of surprised them a little we were much better let's put it this way We were much better team the second time than the first time And I think some part of the reason in the first time we were losing 6 to nothing after the first period And then I think we were kind of saying look okay guys Let's play I think we stood around and watched and I also think that last game in Madison Square Garden a lot of players had one foot in the locker room in New York and one in Lake placid because that was the last game of 6 months and I think we were kind of just couldn't wait to get the game over and let's go to Lake placid and let the real game start But having said all that as well I mean we played pretty well We played outstanding in the first period when we didn't come out as shoppers We should have And then we played pretty even with them the rest of the way And we scored four of those They only scored three Now remember they were averaging 7 or 8 a game If they scored four we weren't score in 5 So the game went exactly I guess as it had to go for us and conditioning you mentioned somebody told me Robbie mcclanahan one of my teammates told me this last summer In the third period of the Olympic Games we outscored our opponent 17th to three That's an incredible number That's an incredible number
" mcclanahan" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Great program of course that obviously the theme at the very Tyler Moore show where Betty White played Sue Ann nivens And in many ways Sue Ann was sort of I suppose like the Rue McClanahan's character later on The Golden Girls She was a little risque Denise calls him from egg harbor township New Jersey Hello Denise Hi Jim Great great show Oh my God I have to tell you that when I'm 71 I'll be 72 on Wednesday Happy birthday Oh thank you thank you When I was a 6 years old my dad died And I guess as a matter of therapy I started to be a TV and I remember three shows we had about 7 stations up in the New York metropolitan area and I think it was on one of the big three And there were three shows that were very therapeutic and wonderful and I can remember some of the episodes to this day One was meet Corliss archer The other one was called I married Joan and or maybe four Stu Erwin and of course the Betty White show And she was just impeccable her comedy then was incredible And she had a thing that most comedians have great comedians have not just their comedy the words that they're saying but the combination of their body movements affected with the words She had great body movements She would flick her eyes and move her head and she was just an incredible person And when I went to my 50th high school reunion we were talking about TV shows Nobody remembers the Betty White show But I remember it vividly Almost like it was yesterday So to kind of piggyback what skill said about her first show it was the Betty White show probably I'm going to say 56 ish Maybe before It's a great show Yeah she did do a great job in those early shows This was at a time earlier in her career So that was network some of that was local in Los Angeles but yeah that was a great show And it brought off the bat you could see that she was going to be a star I don't think you could really say that at that point she had reached stardom but you knew she was headed in that direction And yeah that was one of the early efforts that she made She had a number of periods This is actually early on At some point if some of her earlier show appearances it was so long ago actually that she would make $5 a show That was her pay And worth a lot more than that So yeah do these the Betty White show was again if you go back in the 50s and it was a mainstay first in Los Angeles that it didn't expand all across the country But you could see that she was going to be a major major talent and just a chance for the public to discover her Robert and Charleston South Carolina now joins us good evening Robert Good evening Jim Going back to that story about the animals I love animals And I'm very sensitive to animals and they're usually very sensitive to me too And any other Internet has just figured that out about me So they put in the semi storms like in one case it was the key to mother who had gone to get some food for herself and her children and while she was kind of just before she got back just a hair before she cut back a big burn one of those like an eagle is huge eagle snatched her baby and took off and she couldn't it was too late she couldn't meet you when they took a picture of her face just stone cold Where did this happen that you were hanging around cheetahs It forms that they have that they film in Africa and all the way So you saw this you weren't actually there I say okay go ahead Yes And like I said they've got way number as they used to say And they know that I'm sensitive to animals and man oh man I have nightmares about it I mean a cheetah mother have a senior child being taken away by one of those huge prisoners nothing she could do about it but she is a very very fast and powerful animal that can fly like you wouldn't believe she to fly I can achieve a jump as high as it has to That's an old saying You know what I mean Exactly And we're coming up on a break so I'll continue your thoughts in.
" mcclanahan" Discussed on Yanks Go Yard: A New York Yankees podcast
"Patino who they got for Blake Snell haven't seen him yet. Brendan McKay, remember him like the third overall pick lefty came up in 2019. He's not here. Obviously, Blake Snell is not here. He was traded to San Diego, but he was a part of the race. He was thinking about Tyler glass now. Injured, not playing. Brent, Honeywell, who destroyed us this year and was the number one pitching prospect in baseball like two years ago before all his arm surgeries. He's not here. They're doing it with mcclanahan, baz and drew Rasmussen. That's who's starting games one, two and three, and in the first of the three games, the raise just eviscerated the Boston Rhett made us look foolish like three days ago. So but it's not over, Chris sale pitches, Nathan of Audie pitches. The series could easily get more competitive. But the first game was a complete walkover. And yeah, it was rookie Shane mcclanahan and David Robertson and JP fire Ryzen two former Yankees at the end of the bullpen. The rage just picked up for shits and gigs. They're like, David Robertson's coming back from the Olympics. Great. Bring him in. JP fire Ryzen? Who was cut off the Yankees 40 man so they could protect Brooks kristy, I guess? Great. He's gonna go the final two innings. There are stadium as a joke. I hope they split time in Montreal, moving forward, but you can't deny that the players on the field really wanted that last night. And they were without like four quality arms. Like when you think of the raise, the arms you think of, they're not even there. They're not even pitching. Shane mcclanahan Shane baz and drew Rasmussen. If you didn't watch to raise game between August and now, you wouldn't know those people existed. And that's the one two three for a team that looked completely playoff ready. That's why people want to emulate the rays. Not because of their wage suppression. Because of their just the overload of pitching. And in case you didn't notice, Yankee fans are all we're excited. We're all high mighty that are minor league system was great this year. Like they want it every level, and that's wonderful. The raise made the playoffs or won the championship at every level of the minor leagues this year in 100 games in the major leagues. So Jesus Christ, the only negative thing you can say about the raise is that BJ Upton called them out for their arbitration practice last night during the game, which is really funny. And I hope he continues to do that. BJ Upton's cool. Quick quiz, you know, the BJ stands for and BJ Upton. Boss man junior. Boss man junior, not a real name. Bossman junior and that guy's awesome. So I hope he keeps putting the rays on blasts 'cause right now that's all I have. It's like, you know, sometimes you revel in your rival suffering..
Arozarena shines, Rays blank Red Sox 5-0 in ALDS opener
"The rays take the opener there A. L. division series with a five nothing shot out of the red Sox wander Franco put Tampa Bay ahead with an RBI double in the first and scored on an RBI single by young D. D. as later in the inning Randi Rhodes arena added a solo Homer and also stole home getting kudos from manager Kevin cash the steal of home but that was you know one of the cool things I've seen on a baseball field he looks Betul player he certainly gets up for the moment he's proven that Nelson Cruz also went deep for the rays Tampa starter and winner Shane McClanahan allowed five hits and no walks over five innings losing pitcher Eduardo Rodriguez lasted just one and a third innings allowing two runs two hits and two walks on the ferry
" mcclanahan" Discussed on Red Sox Beat
"Ends October 10th back with Alex barth of 98 5 the sports hub and you can follow them on Twitter at real Alex barth, apparently doesn't know how to center himself on his camera as we're doing. Podcast. Are you with us? Yeah. Okay. You could move over to your right just to see, I get because there's this. I don't have like a perfect way to balance everything here. Way to prep for this podcast, I appreciate it, Alex. You come through for us all the time, you're awesome. All right, let's spend some time as we wrap it up on the Tampa Bay Rays and the things that the Red Sox is going to have to do. First of all, they're starting pitching is going to have to control the top 5 batters in their order which figure to be. Randy, rosarina, playing left field, wander Franco, the super sensation rookie that was brought up in mid season and he hasn't disappointed. He's their shortstop. DH Nelson Cruz, who has experience up the wazoo. This will not be in a bigger than life situation for him batting third. Batting fourth cleanup is third baseman yandy Diaz and batting 5th, second baseman likely to be batting 5th Brandon Lau with a lot of pop. He had three homers in a game I believe recently against the New York Yankees a blowout win as the Tampa Bay Rays clinched a hundred win season in the best record in the American League. That's one thing. And the other thing is their rotation. The Red Sox are going to face Shane mcclanahan in game number one. And he it seems like we say this every year, Alex barth, about Tampa Bay pictures. He had a breakout year as a young picture in the ray's rotation. He's a left hander he had a ten and 6 record this past year, 3.43 ERA. He starts game one a little more than a year after he became the first picture in MLB history to debut. Make his debut in the postseason. He posted a 3.01 ERA with 99 strikeouts over the last three months of the season. And, you know, he is a guy that is really, I think in a try and give Tampa Bay a boost right out of the gate. Yeah, I mean, I think they've got a bank on him because without glass now. And we talked about this a while ago, like, I thought Tampa was out of it without glass now, because I wasn't a huge fan of their pitching rotation now. Mcclanahan's come on and sometimes it's hard to project with rookies right and he's obviously been that guy. So he checks a box, but Ryan Yarborough struggled Michael walker's struggle. So if you can, if you're the Red Sox, and this is obviously easier said than done. If you can take a game started by mcclanahan, you really put the raisin corner. It's not impossible for the Red Sox to win it if they lose game one. But it kind of becomes tough for the race to win it, right? If they lose it because then they're pitching potentially against totally blown up. So mcclanahan is a pivotal player in this series. I don't have a splits in front of the Red Sox when it pulls up right now because I'm actually curious, but I think this first game is going to tell us a lot..
A capsule look at the Red Sox-Rays playoff series
"The top teams in the AL east are squaring off in the division series the Sox lead the division by four and a half games on July seventh only to finish eight games behind the race Tampa Bay won the season series eleven to eight despite losing the first four meetings with Boston J. McClanahan starts game one for the rays on Thursday after going ten and six during the regular season he'll be opposed by thirteen game winner Eduardo Rodriguez Chris sale could start game two against rookie Shane buys both sex manager Alex Cora said Wednesday he's not sure JD Martinez will be available due to an ankle injury I'm Dave Ferrie
Rays clinch 2nd straight AL East title, beat Marlins 7-3
"The rays rolled to a seven three win over the Marlins to become the second AL team to wrap up the division title Mike Zunino smacked a go ahead Homer to challenge yourself last year you know it was a sixteen game season and and we had a heck of a season last year but to do it in one sixty two is something else Brendon Lau added a pair of RBI doubles for the AL east champs Shane McClanahan allowed one run and six hits over five innings reliever P. Fairbanks retired Lewis Brinson on a foul pop up with the bases loaded for the final out setting off an on field celebration Tampa Bay improved to ninety six and fifty nine and won its fourth division title since becoming a major league team in nineteen ninety eight I'm the ferry
Rodriguez, Richards Combine on 5-Hitter, Red Sox Beat Rays
"Bobby Dalbec had two hits and drove in a pair and Eduardo Rodriguez and Garrett Richards combined for a five hitter is the Boston Red Sox shop the Tampa Bay rays for nothing Rodriguez allowed just four hits all singles in six innings of work the left hander called Thursday start his best of the year that's my best on the season not the way I feel today about me but also to arms control wise my wife and I mean I feel like no dustbin my my best of the season also echoed Richards went the final three innings for his second save dot backs are B. R. Singh on the top of the first off rays starter Shane McClanahan gave Boston the lead the first baseman added an RBI single as part of a two run fifth loss means the race can manage only a split of their four game series with the red Sox and if all the six and a half game ahead of idle New York in the American League east Steve Kearney St Petersburg
McClanahan Solid, Zunino Homers as Rays Beat Orioles 6-3
"The razor burn their sixth consecutive victory a shame a clan a hand won his fifth straight start in a six three downing of the Orioles McClanahan allowed two runs and eight hits with four strikeouts over six innings to improve to ninety four all the players behind him you know help me a lot but you know its baseball sometimes the holes don't bother to find holes sometimes are in effect bases and you know it's just it's just the way it is he just gonna roll with the punches and keep patient Mike Zunino hit a three run Homer that gave Tampa Bay a six to lead it was his twenty seventh home run Austin Hays hit his fourteenth Homer for the Orioles who had won two consecutive games after losing nineteen straight the razor sixteen and one versus the birds this season and the first EIHL team with eighty victories I'm Dave Ferrie
Lowe Hits 29th Homer, Rays Extend Orioles' Skid to 15 Games
"The rays wrapped up a four game sweep by dealing the Orioles their fifteenth consecutive lost seventy two Brandon Lau smacked his career high twenty ninth home run a two run blast in the second inning of Tampa bay's eleventh win in fourteen games going on sounds good just you know anything really no I'm not going to come out and say that I need to hit forty like Shohei but no idea now they're just you know as long as they're productive team amassing honestly homers are great now keep welcome J. McClanahan won his fourth straight start by limiting Baltimore to a run and five hits over five innings Hey Lopez became the major's first fourteen game loser this season allowing four runs over two innings I'm Dave Ferrie
Cruz homers in return to Minnesota; Rays rout Twins 10-4
"Yes a cruise homered in his return to Minnesota and the rays moved a season high twenty six games over five hundred with a ten for routed the twins crews received allowed extended ovation and tipped his helmet to the crowd before his first at bat it was his first appearance in Minnesota since being traded by the twins at Tampa Bay on July twenty second jadi D. as Mike Zunino and Kevin here Meyer also homered as Tampa Bay maintain its five game lead over Boston atop the AL east J. McClanahan allowed two earned runs in five and a third innings for his fourth win in his last six starts I'm Dave Ferrie
" mcclanahan" Discussed on Open Loops: Conversations That Bend
"So of course that shows going to sell really well because people are gonna come see it but also they have higher ticket price now because producers lost a year and a half of sales. So they're trying to make their money. You know. I don't begrudge anybody who's got fourteen fifteen million dollars gonna plunk down into a broadway show you know if you have the money to invest in that you wanna do that great but they also want they also want something back in return so it's gotta be a wise exchange. You know when you do go into those things like the show. Wicked was famous from the for the in the beginning because of the two leads but then the show took off and it was such a recognizable story that it really didn't matter that who did leads were but the leads were always really good performers. Like one time. I went and it was room. Mcclanahan as madame oral. And you had adina. Menzel is the original alpha which and christian channel with these are people that are you know. Multi-award-winning actresses stepping into these roles. Joel great bend marine. You know so. It was like a revolving door of celebrities to keep that interest. Not only in seeing the show. Some people are just coming to see the show but when they see oh my god. That's ben vereen. That's chicken george from from roots nineteen seventies you know or that's been during from pippen or that's been drained from data or that's rue mcclanahan from the golden girls thing was how that machine worked in the musical chicago has like that revolving door of stars. And chicago's chicago's been running twenty five years and every six months. There's a new lead. There's a new roxy new velma or a new mom morton or a new. Billy flynn that is somebody from you know. And that was another thing too like When i saw jerry springer getting a role in a broadway show. I saw you know you know that those moments are you know. It's like you have to go to your imaginary friend did you. Just you see fucking nanny leaks is in. Cinderella and jerry springer is in chicago. You know and i'm sitting here going. I can't get fucking arrested. I'm railway but that's the that's the gripe that most theater professionals have that. Have you know that are actors in the and i. i'm not. I'm not auditioning regularly when something comes up like a secret. I'm auditioning for The harry potter play as run for the ron weasley role but that. I haven't auditioned in six years. I had something. Come up that. I had to audition for this just came out of the blue and i'm like hey maybe it is. Maybe maybe it'll be neighborly. My time but You can edit out if you want but my point is is though if something comes your way that's great but we fought so much to get into a union to get on to get onstage. Get paid and then you see these people that were paid weekly to throw drinks at each other or you know like if now. I'm seeing the girls from flavor of love are they're back to like jesus christ put flavor of love off the map you know but like those kind of those kind of reality show..
Rays Top Red Sox 3-2 for 3-Game Sweep, Widen Lead in East
"The rays have hiked their lead in the AL east to one and a half games over the red Sox Brendon Lau socked a two run Homer Manuel Margot added an RBI single is to raise completed a three game sweep of Boston three to two J. McClanahan allowed one run and four hits over six innings to move to five M. four rating game hello yeah we were very excited about you know the series sweep in yellow away every once in plant so I think it was it was awesome energy he out dueled Nick Pivetta who was reached for three runs over four two thirds hunter Renfroe homered for the Sox who put runners on first and third with two out in the night before Matt Whistler preserve the victory the red Sox have lost a season high four straight and five of six on the ferry
Rays win 4th in a row, send Angels to 5th straight loss
"Fred Phillips drove in three runs in the race picked up their fourth straight win by trouncing the angels thirteen to three Manuel Margot and Mike Zunino homered to back Shane McClanahan who allowed three runs and four hits over six innings all the hits and runs off McClanahan came in the third inning ji man Choi had four hits and drove into was the raisin proved to six and against the angels this season Alex Cobb drop to and six in eight starts against his former team surrendering six runs and six hits in four innings I'm Dave Ferrie
" mcclanahan" Discussed on Ask Me Another
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Wendle hits 3 of Tampa Bay's 8 doubles, Rays beat Mets 12-5
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" mcclanahan" Discussed on ABA Inside Track
"He had fought in world war. Two was in his was in his obituary which again not something that ever came up in any of his published research. That i that i hear that much more. No obituary. no you certainly almost out of that era. So it's an i do. Actually you know. I didn't have any really great jose stories but Kaya was my specialist right. When we're all still working at the center for children's ecb overseeing me when i was still in my graduate program for special education actually and I'd done a thesis on response eruption redirections like the initial work so i had a poster abbott one year. And who is that. Your jack michael. Is there and kaia new jack. Michael and cayo new the research i was doing. Because he overseeing over his oversaw much of the work. I was doing so he had come over and he was very nice and talked about her poster and even that i knew even not not being a behavior intellect program. I knew somebody really made sure to get a picture of him. Standing by the in my current sister-in-law now sister-in-law time there are only so many period cruises in the world the majority of them would be as Except for my brother and not to of all. The children don't have not counting the children's those jobs their bcda's and yet maybe they will be. You're right maybe. They'll all bbc beers so my brother wanted to finance and now he's just rich so just like what are you reading. Skinner is that part of your cult. Talk about co-founded thinking. No let me explain to you later. That was jack michael's claim to fame. I got talked to him as a graduate student. Not even of behavior analysis. So i don't think i said anything intelligent in our conversation but it really exciting. Even then i knew this is important person. Yeah definitely giant for sure And then finally patricia kranz who again passed away right at the beginning of the year. So given how this year has gone. I don't know if it was something that was a i. I certainly wasn't on my radar until you know not too long ago. But she's the director of the princeton child development suit again. Most of you out there listening like that name sounds so familiar If you've ever used the picture activity schedule with you know written with mcclanahan dot with mcclanahan. Yeah that's she. She was the the author that thing that golden girls that yeah. Maybe that's why you're right. It does like brew. Mcclanahan must be wiped time ever busy filming schedule to invent fix your activities schedules or write about the research with them But she was a know so again published research. Y'all probably read the picture activity schedule. Research that Cranston mcclanahan did but she was a real early advocate for better educational services for children with autism. So like way back in the seventies so even pre law studies was looking at. How can we provide better services for for children with disabilities autism..
" mcclanahan" Discussed on Charlotte Readers Podcast
"Of it. You. Know Trust trust the process. So, true. Fast routine is an important part of my writing process. True And how often are you that retain every day? Oh Gosh well, it depends but. Usually. About two hours three morning it depends on what else is going on that's about right and then but when I'm working on editing a book revising or some sometimes it's you know eighteen hours if I can get away but I teach for many years my husband and I were also helping care for my parents So you know life interrupts the writing and So it's not always happening but but that's basically been my if you just looked over the, you know almost forty years I've been writing That's pretty much what I believe in I think you've got to get to the desk often enough that you really miss it. Now Harrison. Here's a true fast given all your body of work. It may not have happened much but true or false rejection does not bother me. Funny. You should ask no rejection of doesn't bother me because I don't use the word anymore. No I? I call it. Free to send out again. I know that's true. I have a an essay I should put it on my website so people can read it but it's I years ago I discovered that if that folder that says rejection. If I changed it. And I did I just walked I rejected rejection marked it out and put free to send out again. So I tried to think of it like Oh thank God, you're home. You can back to me. I miss you. So let me send it to someone. With better judgment. I like that that's a good segue into the last. Raid here we've got one final read from the book. It's title of the essay It's actually the last essay in the book, it's called Gingko Song. Can you just very briefly You're going to read just a short piece of this Tell us While this is last and what's important to you, right? Well, I'm not GonNa read the whole essay even though it's only two pages. I'm going to not do the back story, which is another subway thing which should I love actually I'm just going to do the park part of it park seen again, the book opens in the park and it closes in the park central park and also there's a lot of back story some about family grandparents They make very cameo roles at mostly. It's very much New York. Street New York apartment. book or jury or subway, but it's New York but a lot of it is also back story, and so I I ended it with with some of that going back to childhood, but also for the music. Gingko Song. Above the tunnel and across the park in the city that never sleeps everyone it seems does sometimes in late morning I walked to my favorite bench sheep meadow and wait for the sleepers to wake. Now scanning the Green Lawn before me I see a man and woman stretched out together face-down shoeless the New York Times carefully arranged like a pallet beneath them. One of the woman's Pale hands rest lightly atop the man's t shirted back attender domestic gesture one I often commit on Donald while he is sleep. Near the couple near enough to be an adjoining bedroom if the sky were ceiling and these trees walls, the muscle torso of a man curls around Gingko trunk as if he were growing out of it. To Orange Crutches and guitar are carefully placed the side him and beside the guitar two artificial legs tapering to stumps below the knee joints the way we take off our. To Sleep, he has taken off these legs. Suddenly I am very sleepy. The best kind of sleepy I want to curl up like the legless man before me. Ended by bird squawk and squirrel chatter, the way I used to curl up in the middle of the grown-ups talk my uncle shuffling, the cards, my aunt stalled in the middle of a story with no point except it's telling my mother's conspiratorial laughter pretending sleep willing my arm to flop dramatically onto the sofa so that they would let me stay right there part of the scene but even more. So loan sleeper in the midst of all that song. I would like to fall asleep right now on this bench waking to the snap of the plastic legs socketed noman back together and in a few minutes the strum of his Guitar That's wonderful. Rebecca. I'm thinking about how we started. The show and the first essay with all the clattering the artillery and people not taking cookies from you to. This just sort of. Wonderful Sane in the park where along the way you met many people who are more than happy to talk with you and have conversation. About all kinds of things? So it's great as you can. You can pick the book up now it's it's available and you'll be able to see more battered in the show notes You'll see some images as well. And Rebecca thanks so much for being a part of Charlotte readers podcast. Arisen pleasure. Thank you. Well, that's it. For today another found author giving voice to the written words. Next Tuesday, we'll have another in-depth episode with readings in conversations about the written word and the writing life of a local or regional author who before then be on the lookout for another under the covers episode where we do much the same thing we do here but quicker and sometimes away from the studio because there are just too many good authors and not enough time. If you like what we're doing, please consider leaving short written review on Apple podcasts or the podcast platform of your choice because when you do our authors, voices travel much farther and wider podcast land and if you're inclined to help. 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" mcclanahan" Discussed on Charlotte Readers Podcast
"Yeah no such thing. So do you have? A sense when you observe something you're writing and in your you're. Caring Journal Walking Journal, whatever it is that you carry around with you that you're gonNA end up writing a better you just recording events in the world, and then later you might sit down. Thumbed through this and like you said, you made a connection there between. The mouth being agape in the word of God pay. It leads you to then write something like you just just wrote here. Right and this is very, very brief piece. There are two or three slash pieces in it that we're actually cut apart from much longer essays and scattered throughout the book that when I was trying to make it read as a whole I, did a lot of violent. Revisions to shape this book. And in fact, this particular piece was originally published as a poem. And I dismantled the line breaks in. It as an essay. To to fit and so that the book would have shape. Larger than just the independent pieces. So. Let's talk just a second about memoir because this is a memoir and essays it It is a a collection that is personal nature observing the world around you put your. U. N. Donald, a front and center and a lot of this and I guess I'm thinking you know memoir exposes people. exposes you know their lives to the world Can you talk about the difference in a and and let me just draw back here because I? I'm thinking about the chapter that you wrote on your cancer diagnosis. and. You wrote a essay about that, which is very real. Very personal. Very you shared a lot about what you went through by the way how you doing without. Great. So. But you go through that and I'm just I'm curious about the difference in writing for once owned site that is riding through that experience for once onsite and writing for publication and how you felt about sharing that chapter of your life as part of this Memorial service well, first of all a lot of it was not shared. I Always, talk to my students about the difference in me more and memoir and. A for for me even though. I always feel like a memoir is. Not so much about the person of in other words, the the camera lens is not on the person that the life they writing that it is the Lens through which you are participating said that you're looking out. You know memoir is when. You're so and say, I'm writing my memoirs and it's Apparrel I get a little or yikes because again there's a wonderful book. Williamson's or right? I. Can't think of the name of the book but but he has some wonderful quotes about memoir and and the difference in memoir and autobiography, and otherwise just writing the autobiography if you just to write everything that happened to you drunk at the bar that wants to grab him by the arm and tell you everything and or people who recount everything that happened, and then this happened this happened and then this happened isn't it interesting? Well of course not it's like the congressional record, right? So to me memoir, as Zinzer says, he says, quote memoir assumes the life. and. Let me think. Oh. Memoir assumes the life and ignores most of it. So to me. It's like. There's a keyhole through which for any particular piece that you're writing all essays are not memoir course These are memoir based essays for the most part and but I. It it's highly focused. I. Think About The, the memoir is again assuming the life. There is some revelation that occurs sometimes. The essay that waited the longest and that I decided finally to put in is is about the affairs Marital Affairs, and that's perhaps the most intimate one however. I waited ten years, fifteen years to write about it. Then I waited. Twenty years to publish it. and so there are there are certain things that must pass the. Test of time. And of. Morality. And whenever I write. Anything that's exposing any part, either of my life or the life of others that I'm that I'm writing about. I have to interrogate my motives and my reasons for including that very very carefully and not only do they doesn't need to be factual and true, but it needs to be earned and be an essential part of the text itself And Annie Dillard talks about that. So well in the that, the writing that any advice to memoir riders is the same advice she'd give to any other writer fiction anything. And that is you know that? Your allegiance is always is to the text. So what she's saying, the only question you're you're going for the standard is that. Memoir like anything else you're trying to fashion a text so that particular cancer essay went through I. I still have some of my rough drafts I. Think it went through eleven, drafts, and and a lot of things were cut out and actually. Coghlan's that. You used a lot of humor into you said, when you first mode your father you use, you talked about how you're going to have a semi colon consistent with rotting life. Michael and indeed, and you said I love this little same with the internist stops by. Ask you what you're up to you need to start moving. Ask You have you pass guests yet, and then you said I that was a ticket out not pass gas cannot collect two hundred dollars I could not be released. Acne and then they're the pain the pain. Gosh. This is one of my favorite parts of the. You're dealing with this very difficult illness the what you're going to be going through with the surgery, but you're you're adding side of it. That makes it a very. I don't know You can connect with the person because you're still injecting the paying as almost like three guys come back and all the windows infused with pain and they start talking your presence like you're not even there and they start saying this woman presenting with and then you start. You say one of them turned his spoke to the others Caucasian woman aged fifty two presenting with, and that causes your mind to go. Presenting with where were my tap shoes top hat kane and now folks from behind the curtain here she is now presenting. And then I listen crime in great detail what I looked like. Yeah. But talk about talk about humor and how that helps us and balance to some of the more serious. Aspects of what you do and his Esso's well, you know it's never intentional. I don't try to put humor in an. It's it's just part of.
" mcclanahan" Discussed on Charlotte Readers Podcast
"My mouth and still the film keeps running backwards a hundred years another hundred years another where are they? Now the streets of New York the towns of the past the lands were things disappear. No more all that's left is forest river sky and a few hundred grey squirrels high in the trees building their lopsided nests. Rebecca this essentially, I asked authors to pick ratings than a pick readings to we compare notes and. We both picked this one which is good I. Really was drawn to this because it got me to thinking what is an American anyway I mean you know if you and you just see this film. Unwinding reverse sometimes like they do in these in these shows where they they rewind. To. Go back to to an earlier time and everything's going fast motion. It could just be like people being sucked out of the off the streets out of the buildings going back back back and then there's no one left because what is an American right? You know we come from so many different places so We say go home There might be nobody left in the street. So anyway, I thought it was interesting that you do squirrels there and you also end the essay was squirrels you started with squirrels writing about something that. Wasn't controversial except for you and Donald Because yes. Heart in in your house and you ended against that start. Sort of landscape of a day or two earlier with a squirrel you finally were able to let it loose and it scampers patry against the blue sky and. Such an odd combination there right. What you just been through? Okay. So listeners when we come back, we're going to we're GONNA, have another reading a about early morning on a downtown train. We're going to do writing life segment We've got a final read that involves A. Gingko Song and So please stay with us. 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Listeners on back with Rebecca mcclanahan and we're talking about her new book in the key of New York. City it's a memoir in essays we gotta read now it's called early morning downtown one train and Rebecca. Just talk a minute about riding the subway. We don't have many we don't. We don't have anything underground here in Charlotte. And I know having travelled. We've written it SOM- and you you wrote it a lot probably why you're in New York but Talk about around the subway in New York, and then maybe Dila setup for this read if you would. Well. It's it's necessary I mean unless you're extremely wealthy I mean. It to take cabs For first of all, it's not very efficient. And though I walked a lot we walked on always donald would walk to work and I would walk wherever I could. But mostly you know if you want to get anywhere. You do take the subway and it can be maddening and in hot and terrible, but it's also. A. Wonderful Way to. To Watch faces to learn it's very democratic in some ways space. So I think though many days I hated it and cursed it other days of so grateful for it, and like you said, another trade off right and but you do see things that sometimes break your heart and you see. Some very beautiful things. That happened between people kindnesses even. People giving their seat up to someone else. People being respectful of their distance and so I was. I'm a watcher. and I so I learned a lot in this was one of the most. Memorable of all of the the encounters that I had on the subway. Of Good Musicians too. Much additions and people trying to to make a buck and some of them are quite nays. And you're writing about. This, this is a family that I saw. Early morning downtown one train. In this car packed with closed faces, this tube of light tunnelling through darkness to sleeping boys. So close I could touch them without reaching their smooth ground faces planed bones like Peruvian steps leading from or to some beautiful ruin boys. So alike, they must be brothers and the small worry demand they sprawl against too young to seem so old father. How.
" mcclanahan" Discussed on Charlotte Readers Podcast
"Of weeks we put her our house for sale and everyone thought we were totally crazy and we sold it quickly we gave away our cat and and said, goodbye to all our friends and neighbors who continued to take. We were crazy and we decided we had enough savings from the sale of the house in all to last two years. If we didn't find work. And we ended up staying eleven years. Yeah. This phrase is of USA a lot culture shock. I mean you're going for the culture you wanted to be there but. then. Again, there was a sort of shock to the census from where he lived before to where he lived when you got there. Can you compare and contrast just? A few things that just stuck at it you rot away out there. One of the reasons that we moved when we did too is that at that time we were We were living downtown in fourth ward. but it it did not have the street activity that we love at that time. We had the overstreet. Lol. It was like there just wasn't street activity and one night. There was a a taxi who was kind of trailing us and I turned around. I said, you know this is backwards We're supposed to be flagging tab so I it wasn't that we hadn't lived within a city but But just the vibrancy of the street. Continued for even eleven years I loved the different faces the warm broth of languages every. Just that wonderful energy of the street even when it drove me crazy. But I found it very difficult to find a community to connect with. And one of the early pieces in the book talks about that. It's called the music in the walls and. It's almost like I was practically putting a stethoscope up to the wall so that I could get a sense of who my neighbors were. And because all my friends that already lived in New York Native New Yorkers I had a lot of of writer fringe there before I moved They They warned me you. You never never knock never. Don't intrude on anyone's space because that doors all the keeps you from the chaos outside. I wanted the chaos to come in because I was local. Tried anyway. I was an ESA great setup for what you just been reading here in just a second but I was taking also a rebecca about that because it just seems I. Don't know we talk about this thing call southern hospitality or southern this or whatever. It just seems natural to say hello to to talk to your neighbors to maybe take something. To them and they move in to to invite them to a straight party to whatever, and so the idea that you would be in a building and no one else's answering the door if they do they look at you like you're crazy is that's a foreign concept, right and one that's you know difficult to thank for for for a lot of. People to understand. So I kind of imaginable I imagined every the neighbors I had never met any of them but by this sounds that they made the music they they played the you know how often they flush the toilet above me if the waterbed sloshed at a certain times, I got certain imaginary ideas of of who they might be so but I. Had In this section that I'm going to read here is I had finally made face to face contact with the opera singer next door and apparently I did a terrible thing by letting him know that I loved his music. He thought he was he was being quiet and and he was just oh no, oh no I said no I. Love It. I laugh. But. So this is the section after that when he's just walked away from me thus continues my education in New York apartment dwelling never let your neighbors know that you can hear them through the walls apparently disqualifies as invasion of privacy. But what about cookies? Chocolate chip who could resist I decide on the traditional tollhouse doubling the recipe for good luck I could feed the whole fifth floor. After ranging several cookies on a plate I, step out into the warm cookie centered hallway. The singer isn't home yet. So I knock on five D-. The. Apartment that sometimes smells like baking bread I knock wait your footsteps approaching stopping surely they can see me through the people I knocked again. Wait here footsteps retreating. Move Onto Five F. There's a television in the background, some kind of shoot-em-up knock knock footsteps, approaching, stopping a lock clicking another lock another the door opens a few inches security chain still latch. What is it? A gruff voice growls what's the problem? No problem just cookies. My voice is a squeak from your neighbor in five a thanks but no thanks door closes. The cookies are cooling by the minute I think of the painter in for a but I don't under-. Disturb him if he's working and the couple and six say I haven't heard their taught flashing for days now they must be traveling. If only it were meter reading day I know the con Ed guy would take a handful. I stand in the hallway a longtime looking down at the cookies on the white plate. One of the plates the landlords left for US chases I don't even have my own plates there in. North. Carolina to along with my family friends our house no, not our house it belongs to someone else now, our cat to how could we have given up mark cap. The cookies are cooling. My tears are coming hard. This is it. This is my life and I am so lonely. Rebecca you've in these first couple of essays the one you read at the outset of the show. Where you talked about the sort of pandemonium, the hammering the Siren screaming. and asked Yourself A. She should go and maybe this wasn't right they decide and then you're trying to make connections with others in the third essay here and you know the person just says, thanks but no thanks and You don't even have another person to take it to their cooling in your hand and you're really lonely I'm wondering how long it took. For you to sort of understand that there was a trade off. Air You know that you weren't going to get some of the things you wanted. To be able to receive the other things that you got from living in new. York. City. Right. Right. Oh.
" mcclanahan" Discussed on Charlotte Readers Podcast
"In. Today's episode we meet Rebecca mcclanahan author of books including her most recent release and the key of New York City, a memoir, an ESA is. Recipient of numerous writing awards, Rebecca shares. What life was like which she saw felt her tasted and experienced while living in New York. City from nineteen ninety eight through two, thousand nine. She covers everything from the sounds of wonders of the setting to events that change the world and our own life. Abigail Thomas New York Times bestselling author comments, Rebecca, mcclanahan, powers of observation. Saying Rebecca mcclanahan has such an intensely curious observant and highly intelligent mind that her take on anything would be interesting and of the book she says particularly absorbing. We start the show with Rebecca rating from the essay signs and wonders. Where we hear the Sound York City artillery going off early in the morning. Artillery sounds wake me car alarms screeching beeping. You know the drill and a jackhammer breaking open the sidewalk outside our window no not our window I remind myself the window of the apartment. We've been subletting this past year and the lease is almost up another year. My husband is leaving it up to me. Donald. Could live anywhere. He sat kind of guy easy adaptable like the ducks in the park things just roll right off his back. When. We first moved to New York. We couldn't believe how cheap the flowers were what city we said we could buy flowers every week, fill the apartment with them the bathtub what a city. then. We went to the grocery store and when I saw the prices I started to cry, how can we possibly afford will have to give up oh? My God I shrieked what will we eat? We'll just have to eat flowers Donald said. Last week I would have signed a hundred year lease. I was just coming off off one of my New York highs the kind that hits you when you least expected and suddenly it's like I love again, I lust and you wonder how you could possibly live anywhere else. Then, a steam pipe bursts the couple in the apartment above US straps sir. Steel he'll boots back on you step in a puddle of urine on the subway platform and some guy with three rings in his nose 'cause you bitch and spits on you because who knows you look like a second grade teacher or some presidents wife or his mother, and you think live another year in this Jackhammer and siren screaming Piss puddle city in someone else's apartment in someone else's bed with someone else's plates four spoons. Made me wrong day to decide maybe I need some air, maybe I need a sign. So I go where I always go when I need a sign to central park and own look a day. So beautiful you'd gladly pay if the universe recharging the lease on the Gingko are falling gold coins upon gold coins and they're in the pond or my ducks how I admire them. Look one is passing breadcrumbs to catch a blossom. He's eating flowers. Along the promenade are the inline skaters in their t shirts kick a Mus maximus asimus. Are you talking to me fun-loving criminal one skating backward a small compact man so graceful he doesn't need skates. His hip joints are on ball bearings rolling in one smooth movement. But. I know it's harder than it looks isn't everything if you peak beneath the surface of the water. The ducks tiny paddle wheel feet working churning it breaks your heart little. New. York ducks have to keep moving.
" mcclanahan" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"Highly see what's trending nicely taken away all right well bloom Daddy Hulu is no longer airing an episode of the golden girls because of a black face scene it features Betty white and rue McClanahan tryna new mud facial treatment just as they greet the family of the rain an older black woman white's character says this is mud on our faces were not really black okay and so it continues yep thank you Natalie you're welcome all right eight six six six seven six three nine seven one of doctor Allen Davis right now advocate for made in America jobs Allan how you doing I'm doing fantastic how are you this morning good some more bad news I guess what it what is this I'm hearing we're likely to see a shortage of pharmaceutical drugs if the outbreak continues yeah we date yet as most people are now where we have some pretty significant challenges in our supply chain in the U. S. this is not a new problem but something has been going on for years we just find ourselves terribly unprepared in the current environment I just like we've experienced shortages on the shelves for consumer products of all kinds in all who knew that they were gonna go without toilet paper for a while you know pharmaceuticals gets to be a little bit more I guess a compelling work concerning whichever way you look at it but if we have a shortage of pharmaceuticals balance the need continues to rise and we have supply chain challenges out of China application a fairly carries the tuition yeah actually well I don't so I don't know you finish I'm sorry what I'm gonna say I I actually cherry G. sweet manufacturing council where we talk about the challenges that face manufacturing what we can do about it and which actually prompted us to start connecting the U. S. supply chain over eight years ago now so we have a solution that actually helps us connect the supply chain and find a critical supply of materials in the U. S. but in on that council we identified actually for areas of critical supply which represent potential national security issues for us that's our defense our pharmaceuticals medical supply are critical to its black and so as we focus on those things and and we've got to figure out how to shore that backed up and and bring some things back you asked in order to overcome some of the challenges we face and what may be based on what you just said I was gonna say with toilet paper anybody with any common sense knows that we're not gonna run out of toilet papers made United States and also do you don't exactly need it to clean yourself there are a variety of other ways including leaves but I'll save that for another show but when it comes to pharmaceuticals you know with the whole virus in it coming out of China then all of a sudden we find out that what like ninety five percent of our pharmaceuticals made in China that's got to change quickly it does right and then as we look at that if if we don't take this seriously we don't take crack corrective action very quickly but we will find ourselves in a very desperate situation and so you know that's what we we working on every day in fact we've been working on and there's legislation right now to put our connection platform in every state in the country we'll see if that actually comes about but it's one of the things that we're working on so that we can actually connect up and see and understand what actual supply capabilities and capacities we have in the U. S. so we can then begin to connect that to find out where our gaps are and begin to take an action as fast as we can on filling those gaps Doug Allen Davis advocate for made American jobs Allen the everybody gets outraged an uproar and a we got to get jobs over here bring back over from China and then all of a sudden it kind of dies down what needs to be done to keep that that I guess fever pitch going that we've got to get it back over here thank you there is no that's not something that we scream from the house stops on a daily basis and we have been for years but it's been hard to get the message out in jail now it's a great question right I think we have more people now who are beginning to realize that we have to keep it at the forefront I don't know and I certainly hope that we don't have to get a more dire circumstances the more we agree that will keep it at the forefront and tell the issues are resolved but I do think that everyone of us as citizens of the country have a responsibility to really make sure that we ask or demand and ensure that to follow through with it these critical areas supply are never wanting in our country all right Alan thank you so much for joining me today you got your thanks for having me on all right Alan Davis advocate for made in America jobs phone lines eight six six six ten six three nine seven let's go to Ruben he wants to talk about herd immunity Ruben my man what's on your mind today I'm good how are you I think the three opening and closing of the beaches is ridiculous I know you're gonna close to permanently or at least for the parents of the significant time being all you can just put whatever restrictions we generally members only a group of family and keep your distance I agree well that's the number to for some reason this is war yeah I don't anything else I believe I don't believe people need to be taken care of and you segregate the elderly listeners the young and the last I could we are yeah but everybody on the same boat I'm sorry you can start on your roof and you can't stop what you're trying to say yep yep and I I agree review thanks your call you're gonna be secretary you just you can't stop life and you can't stop mother nature from being mother nature we can do certain things at the end of the day we got a live gal with eleven twenty eight when I come back how in the world is the NFL gonna play I mean seriously if we're not allowed to go to beaches and be outside because a covert how in the world are you guys gonna line up face to face over a football well we're gonna talk about it next it seems like just yesterday when I captured my son's first steps or when we recorded his soccer games on VHS tapes those moments are gone but the.
" mcclanahan" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Right it's funny all the the Ukraine stuff since we're talking about current events at this point let me just spout off second the I understand what you just said right are was also corrupt so what annoys me is people going to bind up as we talking about you know what I mean like Gimme a break and because yeah because by just can't get to sleep inconsistent And Yeah what you're talking about here it's that's what I was getting there with like for example you could say to that Oh it's it's all tied into this big Hammel Tony and mess that's been created in the last hundred and fifty years let last thing I'll say here because I know we're run up on the clock here is her you know what I mean this is slice of the age of trump I mean I said on twitter look historians will go back to this period and they call it the age of Jackson this is going to be age of trump can catch him his own podcast Brad mcclanahan show he's also Liberty classroom so go to.
" mcclanahan" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"But you also believe in not run yourself ragged and maintaining -taining your mental health and you need the self taught ron paul curriculum for which i made four hundred videos on history and government get it from me and i'll throw in three exclusive suv unbelievable bonuses. You can't get anywhere else. How do you get it through me. Head over to ron paul homeschool dot com everybody. Tom woods here very glad to be carrying on with brian mcclanahan week. Brian is the author of many books as i've told you this week holds a p._h._d. In history from the university of south carolina very knowledgeable right right off the bat. I knew i wanted him teaching me at liberty classroom dot com where you can learn the history and economics. They didn't teach you and today when we're talking about the south. This is the forbidden topic. If you are interested in the south you probably support slavery and segregation that is the level of discourse you can expect even in parts of the libertarian movement where there are libertarian movement where i fully expect to hear the leftist conventional wisdom repeated without irony and with <hes> without any skepticism so thought today we would talk with this. I mean after all liberty fund which is the great organization that holds academic symposia and also <hes> helps to keep a lot of great and important libertarian and liberty related works in print in inexpensive editions. One of the books they published was called the southern thirty s as of richard m weaver. They didn't think to themselves oh. It's libertarian rehearsal buca boat too so because that means we look slavery back then you know there were more more libertarians than today who had an. I q above seventy five so it was possible. Release a book like that and that's a great book by the way of course it is. I mean what liberty fund would never released that it's a great book and it should be read but what is the deal with the south. Is there anything valuable. In the southern tradition or is all tied up with slaves brian mcclanahan <hes> basically spent and at least half his childhood in delaware so not not really in the south but nevertheless <hes> came to have real interest in the subject so i thought as part brian mcclanahan week let's talk about the south and what we might say four the south and is there any benefit that comes to us from studying and perhaps even appreciating the south brian right welcome back. Thanks very much. Tom appreciate it all right. We're right in the middle of brian mcclanahan week so let's talk about the south. We talked about your background. We've talked about some lesser-known presidents but let's talk about the south because of course today if you say you're interested in the south will what reason could you have for that other than you want to oppress. Black people like this is the level. This is the level that you are at. This is a and it's so funny. There are people who <hes> go after me and they really think they're zing in me on this stuff and right. If they had any idea that utter contempt i have for them and how absolutely stupid i think they are. They have no idea you are not hurting me in anyway anyway. I i would want to be disliked by people who are frankly that dumb right so so we did talk a little bit about how you as a guy i who would say grew up. Let's at least half your youth was spent in delaware. <hes> nevertheless came to be a southern historian and not explicitly southern historian but one when you are with the abbeville institute so that is obviously part of who you are <hes> when people hear that again as i say you know perfectly well they. I think the worst now they don't. They don't think that if you're interested in any other area even though in any other area you can also find aspects that nobody likes you know you can eh but they just think that the bad parts of southern history are the only that's that is what the south is and there's there's nothing else to be set so that's what i thought when i went off to college of course horsa. What else would i think right. There's no way to have any exposure any other way of thinking so the thing that i know i'm asking you and yet here. I am telling you my story but the the thing that made me think well. Maybe there's maybe the south has something to say to us. Was i was in american intellectual history which was a two semester course taught by donald fleming at harvard donald fleming as far as i know published nothing maybe published one thing then he'd get tenure and for the next fifty years he did nothing other than deliver word for word the same lectures every year and how do i know they were the same lectures because a friend of mine took extra he dictated at the notes or whatever he took the most amazing notes and he said he's going to teach you so much. It's going to be beneficial for you to have these notes as he's talking to you so i had them and he's saying word word for word the same thing that he said the previous year the for that so anyway he but he introduced us to the the book by the so-called twelve southerners called. I'll take my stand dan. I never heard of that. How would i've heard of this. No one's going to teach me that and so. I thought well that's interesting. Maybe they should be fair. I mean it was honest to goodness. I thought i should be fair. I i shouldn't just say these. People were all stupid backwards hicks. Maybe i should read them. So i read i'll take my stand and i thought okay i don't agree with everything this book but that was not stupid and that was not not a waste of my time and nobody knows any of this and <hes> so i felt like i had been propagandized as soon as i read that book thought i've been propagandized and that's just is not right and i resented that now intra interestingly enough and i will i know this is brian mcclennan and weaken the string and tom was weak the more i talk but while i was there eugene genovese came and gave a series of lectures at harvard about the southern tradition and he later published a book which i believe was called the southern tradition yes and and he and every luminary imaginable was there to hear these lectures and they were of course brilliant agenda was an ex marxist but he's still had had plenty of leftist sympathies 'these and yet he was saying there's much value in the southern tradition this guy he's an ex marxist okay but but still with some leftist sympathies and even a he was able to say you know it's actually not all slavery you know there was something to be so he gave this these these lectures and i remember him saying now listen if you go down to some podunk southern college in the middle of nowhere and you start lecturing in the south. Will you better not have a misplaced semi-colon because they're gonna call you on it. He said however if you we'll go up and lecture on the south at an ivy league university don't worry about it. Nobody's gonna know anything and he said that to a group of harvard professors it was so delicious so so are so that to me all right. I mean here's a guy from the left. Who said let me be fair. Maybe there's something here that i can learn from so i so all the low. I q dumb guy people in the libertarian movement. Just don't mean anything to me compared to these people so all right so tell me if if somebody said oh okay you want to comment on that first of all with genovese in just say there's something to this actually said that not denying the southern tradition was a cultural and political political atrocity yes. That's it's an atrocity not just hey. There's something to this. No this an atrocity yeah so i could you imagine you you. You're saying that or be saying that it'll be the end of the world. It'd be end of the world if you said that right well of course because we were just not wanna press black people i mean what other reason could you have right right well. Let's try to be uncharitable as possible in our interpretation of other people right now suppose somebody says look you're there. You are with the abbeville institute which wants to preserve what's good in the southern tradition. Was that me well. I think first of all the institute it was founded about seventeen years ago. Don livingston who is a great philosopher. Donn livingston taught at emory university. He was internationally recognized as a hume scholar. I mean he he was known. All over the world as the foremost hume scholar in the united states <hes> so he's not again. He's an intellectual lightweight by any stretch of the imagination but the idea is to explore what is true invaluable in the southern tradition. So what does that mean. What's true invaluable. Well obviously slavery and jim crow aren't these things aren't true invaluable right. I mean it's it's not something that we would even want to discuss but when you look back at american history and you find the things that made america great just use that phrase when used that phrase course now that's politically loaded but if you find what was what was beneficial about america what was something that really when people identify with america well who was the the quintessential american at one time vows ask you the quick. I'll ask you the question in your mind going back to the eighteenth or nineteenth century. Who was the american that all over the world or even. We'll just say the united states. Who would people identify with if you were just a point one person american who would that be. I would say thomas jefferson of virginia. Okay jefferson percents one right or you could say george watson jewish washington also virginian or you could say daniel boone daniel boone. If you look at james spend more cooper right so i'm not from your i know you are but your listeners james damore cooper at the the leather stocking tales for <hes> the the deer slayer last of the mohicans select people both that film oh yeah lasts the mohicans great well <hes> and the film is nothing like the book but the main character is essentially daniel boone and this is why ben franklin went over to france and were a coon skin cap. I mean he's trying to show that. He's one of these frontiers men right so i was thinking politicians yeah well. It's politician recruitment but even there by the way i mean it james madison george mason you just go on. There's so many people just coming from virginia alone. That's right so i mean that was that's the southern tradition and that is when you think about the declaration of independence who wrote that while thomas jefferson who who has called the father of the constitution well james madison so you look at all of these things that are quintessentially american and it's southern the the indispensable man george washington is southern and he was that that way because of his cavalier rearing i mean it was that was the southern tradition so that's what drew me into it. It was this my gosh you look at all these. If we want to talk about our aside nullification well we can go back and point the suffolk resolves which i think is fantastic by the way out of massachusetts <hes> and but then you the first major your explanation of that in the united states was jefferson and madison in virginia kentucky and then you've got calhoun and so you've got. You've got this nullification thing. You've got got this this independence thing. You've got all these things that really make america's the american character when we had texas independence in eighteen thirty six what did william barrett travis say well. He's fighting for liberty all things dear to the american character what's that its independence and self-determination so these things are southern and it's not that of course new englanders didn't get involved this stuff either they did of course but <hes> when you think about who really defined america in the first eight years of american history history it's the south. It's southerners. So that's the tradition we want to talk about the political tradition which is important for us today of course even parts of the culture tradition are rich. I mean southern literature southern music <hes> southern art i mean there's so many things to talk about their that really make up what it did this fabric of the united states and as you said if you just say i like the south if you're going to study the south you're gonna studied as a specimen..
" mcclanahan" Discussed on Moving2Live
"The. Moving to live is a podcast about movement and exercise would bring interviews with professionals in the movement exercise field goal is to provide information for other professionals and also amateur movement aficionados people who understand that movement is part of what makes life complete some of the people. We interview will of heard of their well known in and outside of the movement, exercise profession, others, you may not have heard of. But they have a great deal of knowledge to share many people doing the best work spend their time working with people not working on their social media presence. We're going to give you a chance to learn from some of these talented and knowledgeable individuals, and we're going to learn along with you moving to live podcast going to be short. He interview will be long enough to impart usable information but short enough to be able to be consumed in a single bout during your workout commute or even during dinner prep. 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That's why we bring you interviews with interesting guests from wide variety of professions all involving movement because if you focus on getting your information from only one source or one profession, then you get stuck in a knowledge silo. So as moving to live, we try to break down the knowledge silos two weeks ago, we heard from Dr Ray mcclanahan a podiatrist and northwest foot and ankle and Portland, Oregon. He told us his story about how he made the decision to go into medicine and that how he further made the decision to become a natural podiatrist this week. We're gonna talk to Dr mcclanahan about what actually natural podiatrist is. How it differs? We get into talking about natural footwear, and what you can do to make your feet healthier. So that you can enjoy moving more again a big shutout. Thank you to Sam would a physical therapist out in Colorado Springs. Contacted me after. Yeah. I interviewed her and said, hey, I don't know how to get hold of Dr mcclanahan, but I've heard his lectures, and he would be a really interesting person to have on moving to live. So Sam thanks a lot. And to all our listeners, thanks to listening. And if you like what you hear please leave us some feedback on apple podcasts. If you've got a good idea for guest drop us, an Email or message through any of the social media links, and we'd love to hear your suggestion and find new and interesting guests, I hope you enjoy tonight's interview with Dr Ray mcclanahan. Two weeks ago? We had opportunity to hear the story of Dr Ray mcclanahan high school runner college runner post-collegiate runner who became a podiatrist. And I know one of the things that we ask in moving to live when we interview our guests is we asked him to finish or complete a brief question year prior to our interview. And I when I was reading Dr mcclanahan questionnaire, his comment was what are my comment to a question. What is your one recommendation for people looking to go in the profession, and he had something along the lines of be aware that you're going into a profession where you're going to have to do surgery, and then I got on his web page, and I looked at his nitric practice. Northwest foot and ankle, and I realized that he doesn't seem to do a lot of surgery. He does a lot of exercise in education. So I really excited about part two of the interview Dr clan. Thanks for coming back and talking to me for part two. So when we talk to weeks ago, you talked about the fact that you are a chronically injured collegiate runner who missed even a year with injury. And I ask you why that was and you said I probably was wearing shoes that were too small. I probably ran too fast. Most the time I probably eight too many carbohydrates, and I wore the wrong type of shoes. So you finished college. You talked about how you taught for a year. You went to diary school did a residency in God out were you the quote unquote traditional podiatrist when you got out of your residency, or did you immediately moved towards more education exercise in correcting the problem with proper footware. I was traditional through a couple of years. In fact, I took position at orthotics lab took positions on various hospitals doubts promptly ended up doing many operations every week. But in nineteen ninety nine I read an article that you might wanna profile for your audience members. And it's on my website on written by Dr William Rossi. Accuracy was digest very rare podiatrist pastime probably eight or nine years ago. But he wrote an article in that entry managed nagazine in nineteen ninety nine that caught my eye called why shoes mic possible at that time. Had you come visit us here in the clinic. I would've watched your gate, I wouldn't put you on the treadmill? Looking your pro nation traffic kind of thought conveyed and so forth. But if your members look at the article is so perfectly clearly written about what we do our cells in America where their footwear Doctoroff, you get. I don't know very many other doctors that have done this. He traveled all of the world that dick analysis between cultures that go barefoot or minimal or versus problems. We get in our society when a read that realize there was no going back to my traditional practice after having read the work of this this gentleman. So he actually became match even though I'd never met him. I played him as my netra because he's the guy top you. What I teach people IRA get it's hot streak forward. It is in.
" mcclanahan" Discussed on X96
"Only at Stockton, twelve Honda in the south town auto mall, a frustrated R Kelly. Broke down crying during his first interview since being accused of aggravated sexual abuse claiming he's innocent and his checkered past is not relevant. In the past. They don't count now are going back to my passenger trying to add all of this stuff. Now that he says when when gale when let's see he was talking to Gayle king when king said the Kelly's past with underage girls, including child pornography charges is relevant. He said, absolutely, no. It's not Kelly said, the accusations were unfounded for one thing. I beat my case when you beat something you beat it. He said he can't double jeopardy me like that. It's not fair Kelly was acquitted of the child porn charges against him. And he's right. I mean, if he was found not guilty. He said, I'm not guilty. You can't you can't do that star was also asked about accusations that he held young women captive in a cult. He said, no, no, no. It's not true. I didn't need. I didn't need to do that. Why would I need to do? Mark kelly. How stupid is it for our Kelly with all I've been through in my way way past to hold somebody like that. He said, he got visibly agitated. Use your common sense. The blogs forget about how you feel about me hate me. If you want love me if you want, but just use your common sense. How stupid would that be for me to do that? He said he it was I watched a little bit of it Gail kept her composure. He stood up and was pointing yelling, and he was really upset scary. So I guess this is about power. Visuals are piecing together the details after a woman who was lying down in a parking. Lot was run over by police car. Ian here in Salt Lake police don't know the details about the woman's condition before the officer's car hit her unified. Police officers responded to a call a welfare check in the Highline plaza. Twenty-third eastern thirty third south Ken Hansen unified police detective as the officer was pulling into the parking modest car. Ran over a woman who was lying in the parking lot. The officer. Apparently just didn't see her the officer tried performing life saving measures on the woman, but she died on seed the woman's name not yet released. Police say she was twenty five years old and from Georgia. Police have not police have received received several calls about her over the past week saying she was living in various parking lots in her car. The officer is on paid administrative leave Salt Lake police are investigating the the situation expert ball player. One time NFL hopeful who originally told his cellmate the two stranger to strangers had killed his wife at a Park City condo. But he went on differently one night in the Salt Lake county jail. That's according to testimony Tuesday during a preliminary hearing. Anthony mcclanahan who's charged with murder. When another inmate started yelling and annoyed Mr. mcclanahan paste and threatened to cut the man's throat. Like, I could that expletives throat employing a derogatory term toward the woman. Granahan later revealed that he had stabbed Kerry MC mcclanahan sixteen to twenty times nearly decapitated her she using a pair accord knife that she carried his former cellmate Michael bell testified. He thought that she was messing around with his family friend, bell said judge Patrick Corum ordered and clan hand to stand trial for murder after testimony from a detective in three parks or the cops who arrived at the condo defined carry mcclanahan in a pool of blood back in November of two thousand seventeen. The judge said, well, we think we got enough evidence here to bring bring you to trial, buddy. This is a homicide clearly without question. There. Hines Hines company hikers of great catch up. They have announced two new products. Mayo. Mustard mayo Q. Nope. What? No, why not. Name for one. Once again, Gina you just jumped to know without trying it why not try it. And then say. Then mail must is a bad name. They should go with mustard NA's. That's what must today's mustard yesterday. And as. About a combination of mayo and mustard or mayo and barbecue sauce, which is like almost Bray sauce. Let them again. You don't you can quibble with the name. I am quibbling with the name. Let me quibble. It's my constitutional right to quibbles. But let me. Give me quibble or give me. But you know, they may taste good. That's the that's the thing. You can't quibble with unless you may mayo chop is fry sauce. That's the other thing. They have. No, it's not. It's mayo chop it's not fry sauce. Stupid name. It's not fry sauce. Sausage mayo chop. I haven't seen it that by the way. I've not seen it either. I. Of Virginia brewery made national headlines or it's popular Saturday morning beer, Saturday morning. And now some people are reselling the IP online for hundreds of dollars. Ooh. Smart mouth brewery unveiled something that. I don't know why anyone would drink. But I guess you'd have to try it as I just said Gena before you say, it was lucky charms flavored beer doesn't sound very appetizing doesn't. But they sold out. He can't get it. So now people are selling it on EBay for four hundred and fifty bucks a can. Wow. I don't is. It that good. Now. It can't be. I don't think. So no way. Can I get for my bottle of red is hell ale because that was a breakfast beer, who's a breakfast beer. So I'll throw that on EBay, and I wanted to keep it. But if I can get that much money. I bet you could we'll see try. You wanna let's get some bidding down. Let's texting how much you would pay. Do you want to try and sell it really can sell alcohol on? I don't know. I would before you jump into. Well, I'll do it. Well. Would give me that bottle. I'll do I don't know if you can. What going to happen to me? The state might have something to say. Okay. Let me just let me just do this, right? How much would you pay? That's the question not actually going through with it. Theoretically, how much would you pay for this bottle of red is hell ale three three nine eight six, and I'd like to know Gina what you think would happen to me. If I sell alcohol kills right? You can't. Alcohol. But what if I did what I do you want to find out? What do you think would? No. I know it's against the law clapped in chain. Maybe and taken away might cost you some money. You don't wanna give up? Help you maybe find sell the beer, I won't come. Visit you agent. It's my. I can't let him gas on. All he wants. I'll go find some. And so. So far fifty dollars dollars seventy five seventy five so far just fifty dollars. That's the highest that they'll pay plot to find out theoretically, what that's what I'm trying to do theoretically..
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"Don mcclanahan our game here. Don mclean. You guys decide. Today. Mine is piping hot mine is. Tense. In mine is slightly bitter. Flavor wise, but it's good though, the bitter bitter coffee today, right or just a coffee. No, no, no. I'm going to good mood. So no, no, no, no better now that could change by nine. But yeah. So far, so good thirty three were a minute and a half into the. Doing doing well drunk woman at the monster. Rodeo how you doing? Checking in on her making sure she's alright. How's everybody doing lex? Great good. How how is your sleep last night? I sleep last night. Yeah. Full six hours. No, not a full six hours. But I did have a nice nap. And then I did I I went to bed by eleven. That's pretty good for me. Do you really? Do you often go to bed at eleven? Yeah. Oh my goodness. That's why I take you know, three hour naps. Yeah. How long was your nap yesterday? Three hours. Girl asleep expert, can probably we'll probably say that that's horrible. I do try to get to sleep earlier. But it just it's usually a things going on my house is so fun and distracting. Were you crafting smells up, and you know, I I've just making some to choose for our big climb tomorrow. That's right mytalk. So he's doing some things. But I also was watching a really good documentary which I didn't put on here. But it's about Sam cook. Did you grow up listening to Sam Cooke? I didn't need on a little bit loved. Yeah. Yeah. I I do realize about his his life and how it ended, and yeah, it's pretty tragic. Yes. There's a whole documentary about that. And I didn't get all the way through it. But anyway, so yeah, we were doing a bunch of things where where is the documentary net flicks yet? Okay. Either that or Hulu? But it's really good. I I grew up my mom loves Sam cook. And he just has an amazing voice there. There's a lot of racial things that were going on at the time, of course, because this is. Yeah. The sixties and. So they kind of go through a lot of that. And a lot of our favorite stars. Now are interviewed Quincy Jones and smokey Robinson. They all performed with him and travel with him. And so just to hear how he died and what happened? I just I just didn't really I didn't know the full story. I just know his music, and he was only thirty three one. Oh my goodness. Youngins if you're unfamiliar. Here's a little bit..