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"The arrest of former president lied to so many deaths in South Africa and in StoryCorps, we meet a grave digger whose job was to bury the poor. It is Friday, July 16th this day in 17, 90 officials approved the site for a city that became Washington D. C. The news is next. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Windsor Johnston. Crews are working to contain dozens of wildfires that have scorched thousands of acres across parts of the West. NPR's Amy help reports, record breaking heat and bone dry vegetation driven by climate change are making large, destructive blazes. More likely. Oregon's bootleg fire is the biggest in the country fed by dry woodland. It has consumed some 230,000 acres. Forest. Ownby is a fire behavior analyst. We've had hot and dry temperatures day after day after day. What that is progressively done for this fire is make it move to the east Growing 123 Miles a day it is expected to rage on for weeks. Farther North Ryan loss of Wenatchee Washington is among hundreds of residents evacuating another blaze. Telling Kcpq, he had to wake up his Children to flee the Red apple fire. It was just racing across the hillside. Me it looked like ocean waves just rolling out in front of the fire. Three years ago, the town of Paradise, California was destroyed by a wildfire now another one burns just a few miles away. Amy held NPR news Stocks on Wall Street opened higher this morning after a surprisingly strong report on retail sales. NPR's Scott Horsley reports. The Dow Jones industrial Average rose about 50 points in early trading. Retail sales rose 6/10 of 1% last month, thanks in part to strong demand for electronics and new clothes. The figure might have been even stronger. We're not for a 2% drop in auto sales, many would be car buyers are having a hard time finding the vehicle they want because of the global shortage of semiconductors. Big Taiwanese chip maker says it expects that shortage to ease in the next three months Sales at bars and restaurants were also up in June, while sales at furniture and home improvement stores were down, suggesting people might be spending less time at home as fears the pandemic ease. Overall sales were 18% higher in June than they were a year ago. Scott Horsley NPR NEWS Washington Several players on the New York Yankees have tested positive for Covid 19. This is the second time this year the team has reported breakthrough cases among its players. Yankees general manager Brian Cashman says the number of infections could rise even further, pending the results of testing. Until the lab based tests come back. The the rapid tests have come back positive and so on multiple occasions now and so, therefore will wait now for the lab tests to come back, which I'm assuming is going to be positive as well. So that would increase our number 26, But we're not at six yet. We're pre confirmed. The team says All three players who have tested positive had been vaccinated earlier this season. Eight positive tests were confirmed among Yankees coaching and travel staff. Stocks are trading higher on Wall Street. At this hour, the Dow was up 23 points. The NASDAQ Up 18. This is NPR News in Washington. Live from KQED News. I'm Brian Want in Oakland, a former San Leandro police officer pleaded not guilty on Thursday to voluntary manslaughter charges. For killing a man at a WalMart last year. KQED is Nina Thorsen reports. Jason Fletcher was on the San Leander Police Force in April of 2020 when he responded to a report of attempted shoplifting at the WalMart less than 40 seconds after he entered the store, Fletcher's shot and killed Stephen Taylor, whose family says he was experiencing a mental health crisis. Fletcher's attorney has moved to dismiss the charges. A hearing on that is scheduled for September. If the case moves forward, it would mark one of the first uses of a state law passed in 2019. It requires police to use every possible alternative before resorting to lethal force. Fletcher is also the first police officer to be charged by Alameda County District Attorney Nancy O'Malley. I'm Nina Thorsen K Committee news. And Oakland Institution is among those getting grants from a fund formed in response to the violence in Charlottesville, Virginia. Four years ago, the African American Cultural Heritage Action Fund is giving out $3 million nationwide to several dozen groups to help preserve black history landmarks. The African American Museum and Library in downtown Oakland will use the $50,000 It's getting from the fund. To make repairs in sports. The Giants returned from the All Star break with the series in ST Louis. First Game today at five our time, the A's host Cleveland at 6 40 in soccer Tomorrow night. The San Jose Earthquakes play in Colorado. I'm Brian What KQED news Support comes from Cal performances presenting Yo Yo Ma and not our first Goat Rodeo at the Greek Theatre. August.
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"While 86 people are still Unaccounted for. In Texas A federal judge says the air Force is 60% responsible for mass shooting in 2017 that claimed the lives of 26 people. The ruling Is another step towards determining what damage is a road to the victim's families from Texas Public Radio Paul Flavor that has the story Judge Xavier Rodriguez found that the government failed to exercise reasonable care and submitting shooter and former chairman Devin Kelly's criminal history to the FBI. That failure increased the risk to the general public. Families of the victims killed at First Baptist Church in Sutherland Springs, Texas, sued the government, arguing Kelly's military criminal history would have barred him from owning the weapons he used in the killing. Had the Air Force turned it over. Judge Rodriguez agreed, saying no other individual, not even Kelly's own parents or partner knew as much as the United States about the threat, Kelly posed I'm Paul Fletcher. In San Antonio. Stocks finished slightly higher on Wall Street as tech and industrial stocks led the broader market. The Dow gained 104 points. This is NPR Live from KQED News. I'm Natalia Navarro. The president of the organization that represents police chiefs in California, is set to run sand, Leandro's police department, city officials say Abdul Pridgen, who currently runs the police department in Seaside, will become chief on September 13th. Region also served as the first black, assistant chief of the Fort Worth Police Department. He was named president of the California Police Chiefs Association in April. San Leandro PD has been under more scrutiny after then officer Jason Fletcher shot and killed Stephen Taylor inside of Walmart last year. The San Rafael City Council voted unanimously last night to ban Unsheltered people from camping in a local park. Hours after couch Trans conducted a sweep of one of the city's largest homeless encampments. KQED S Ericka Cruz Guevara reports San Rafael leaders say Boyd Park's proximity to high fire risk areas makes the ban on camping. URGENT. Council member Mary Beth. But she voted to enforce the ban, but said people pushed out of the park will need services. If we're just going to be transferring the problem around the city that's not really helpful, but, she says That's what happened last time encampments were banned at the park and homeless advocates say some of the same people Cruz evicted Tuesday from an encampment under a viaduct at a highway 11 over past Have been displaced from another part of the city in January..
"stephen taylor" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"There's things we could be doing that we're not. Before That lockdown comes into play picked up a new book. It's called the Psychology of Pandemics, written by a clinical psychologist. Name's Steven Taylor haven't made my way through the entire book, but it's a pretty enlightening and let me give you just a couple things the psychology behind why some people will not wear mass. It's baked into the cake, and I'll get to that everyone. I was discussing this with our previous guest, the gentleman who was saying we can't shut down the restaurants, and it's just a big liberal attack for omnipotence or, you know Sure. Yeah, I get it, but I think it's unfair. To be had an extra burden to one particular sector of our economy. But I don't mind wearing a mask and I said so. And as soon as I say, I don't mind wearing a mask. Oh, my goodness. The emails. Tweets. The text messages come in people. Okay. I've been told by Dr Fauci. No, no, Never, Trooper. Whatever I'll say this about Dr Fauci. He seems to be pretty smart. I'm pretty sure That his I Q is north of 100. Can't say that about everybody we hear in the news, can we So anyway, Here's the psychology behind those of us who will not wear a mask. Most Americans historically never had to wear a mask. Let alone while they go shop for groceries or for run, So even as businesses and states increasingly require them rebellion is going to be natural. We can expect that to a degree. Americans think a lot of the mask guidance is unnecessary, and they don't like forced conformity. But we should be aware that it's probably unnecessary act of solidarity, solidarity, right? So we've done this before in our history, even though wearing masses and compulsive story and much of the U. S. It feels to a lot of us like a forfeiture of our freedoms. It's not And I get to Stephen Taylor's book, The Psychology of Pandemics, where, he says, quote, people value their freedoms. They maybe come distressed or indignant or morally outraged when people are trying to encroach. On their freedoms, even if it's putting on a mask. Why well, and this is where it's baked into the cake to some and mostly males. Wearing a mask means admitting a fear many of you the mask as a walking symbol of vulnerability that tells others you're scared. And to compensate for that fear has a show of strength. You reject the mask entirely. We, In fact, if you reading into this further, we owe that particular trait to our ancestors. Mammals in particular male mammals in more particular fashion to skies fear and don't show it with any other species to keep themselves safe. It's an evolutionary trait. That might explain our tendencies today. We're in a cloth mask. I know is not foolproof. Don't send me that. I've read it already. I know it's very confusing, and people who give him credit for this. We all followed. The CDC is initial advice in the spring to avoid wearing a mask found himself said that Now, he reiterated and kind of recalibrated, his comments say, Well, at first, I was trying to make sure that the equipment the PPE was going to be available for health care workers first. But they told us to avoid wearing a mask if you're healthy. They do know 1 80 on that, and that makes a lot of people feel cheated or wrong or lied to, and the mixed messages at the federal level were unbelievable. We know that So the ambivalence of mixed messages makes it's far easier for people to do whatever they want to do and make up their own mind. If we don't have a clear signal about rut is really safe, and what isn't And as we know, in the presence of uncertainty, people to seek out their own answers in our own rituals that will make them feel secure Asian countries I've been watching people at O'Hare Airport forever. Those from Asian countries regularly wear face masks. That's why they accepted there. On Do you know? If we do that here, a lot of people feel if everybody starts wearing masks will suddenly the old way of life has gone. Our freedoms are being usurped. You know, the toad in the the saucepan routine. You suddenly admitted that this is in fact, the new normal and you don't want to believe that, And that's why you don't wear a mask. So I thought it was an interesting book, The psychology of Pandemic. Steven Taylor, not Steven Tyler. He's a different guy, Steven. Taylor, not Stephen Traffic candy. He's a different guy. Steven T. A. Y L. O. R may weaken tweet out a link to that book if you'd like, But for now, no national mask mandate. You still don't have basic things. We don't have a national mass mandate. We're waiting for that. We don't have a national testing strategy. We're still waiting for that. So again. There's things we could be doing that we're not before that lockdown comes into play. What if you're a 2024 presidential hopeful on the Republican side, Tom Cotton Ted Cruz. Others perhaps. Which way to go? What to do The enormous stakes regarding exactly if In fact, you're gonna have to choose side on not only wearing a mask, but just about everything else. That's a hot button issue. In America today. We're gonna talk to Alex Eisenstat, who's talked to and as the inside scoop on several 2024 hopefuls. Next on.
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"Slowly through Alabama and then on into so this is going to hit the South East. NPR's heavy Elliot. India continues to be the hardest hit country for new Corona virus infections meet Oppa talk reports. The country's Health Ministry confirms more than 90,000 new cases Over the past day, India went under strict lock down during the early months of the pandemic. But lifted it in June to try to revive the economy. Most offices, restaurants and malls have re opened and public transport has resumed in seven cities. And in the US there are more than 6.6 million cases of Corona virus and more than 196,000 death. That, according to data from Johns Hopkins University, all street trading higher at this hour. The Dow is up 210 points. You're listening to NPR news from the news. I'm Brian what San Jose Mayor Sam Ricardo says he doesn't believe the city's police department instigated violence during racial justice protests in May. When several officers were accused of excessive use of force Shannon Lin reports in a report released by the San Jose Police Department last Friday. Bodycam footage showed instances of officers shooting rubber bullets tackling and using quote, unacceptable language against protesters. The report looked at law enforcement response during the initial 10 days of protest against police violence in late May. During a city council meeting Tuesday, San Jose Mayor Sam Ricardo said that while mistakes have been made here, He's most officers showed restraint, overwhelming majority of the participants. There were in fact peaceful but there is no question that the violence started because individuals in the crowd were doing everything they can debate police into a confrontation. The independent police auditor's office is expected to release its own report at a later date. I'm Shannon Lin Ke Ke T news. San Leandro Police officer Jason Fletcher was taken into custody yesterday He was arraigned on a voluntary manslaughter charge in the death of Stephen Taylor at a WalMart in April. Taylor was apparently trying to steal a tent and baseball bat from the store when a security guard called 901. That's when a confrontation between the two men took place. Prosecutors say Taylor did not pose an imminent threat to anyone. At the time. Fletcher's attorneys say he is innocent and that he followed state law on using force.
"stephen taylor" Discussed on KQED Radio
"NPR news. Live from Kait VD news. I'm Brian Watt. San Jose Mayor Sam Ricardo says he doesn't believe the city's police department instigated violence during racial justice protests in May, when several officers were accused of excessive use of force Shannon Lin reports in a report released by the San Jose Police Department last Friday, Bodycam footage showed instances of officers shooting rubber bullets tackling and using quote, unacceptable language against protesters. The report looked at launch Horse mint response during the initial 10 days of protest against police violence in late May. During a City council meeting Tuesday, San Jose Mayor Sam Ricardo said that while mistakes have been made, he believes most officers showed restraint, overwhelming majority of the participants. There were in fact peaceful, but there is no question that the violence started because individuals in the crowd were doing everything they can debate police into a confrontation. He independent police auditor's office is expected to release its owner. Court at a later date. I'm Shannon Lin kick. Edie News. San Leandro Police officer Jason Fletcher was taken into custody yesterday He was arraigned on a voluntary manslaughter charge in the death of Stephen Taylor and a WalMart in April. Taylor was apparently trying to steal a tent and baseball bat from the store. When a security guard called 901. That's when a confrontation between the two men took place. Prosecutors say Taylor did not pose an imminent threat to anyone At the time. Fletcher's attorneys say he is innocent.
"stephen taylor" Discussed on Drum History
"And and and the elite and feel in any field. How much time they've been practicing is not related to how much time they have to practice? What is related to is how long it took them to recover from their last deliver practice session? So what this does for us as drummers and used to growing up and I didn't understand this I would get very frustrated and I'd be like eight hours and just gonNA muscle this out. Well that's not really the best way to go about learning this instrument you'll go through phases where you're practicing five six seven hours a day but you can't sustain that long term and and so what is good to know is I put in my two hours now. I'm going to go and it's great for me to understand that spending time with my wife is actually helping me get better at the drums. It's actually helping my brain. Recover sleeping is helping my brain recover. Eating is helping my brain recover and that helps my next practice session so knowing that takes a a lot of stress off of our practice time as drummers and there are times when I go you know what I'm done for today I'm putting it down and then I just walk away and I'm cool with it. You know another thing thing. We didn't understand that was that focus was a finite they focus. We don't have in this amounts of focus during the day. It is very much like muscle. It is limited. We only have a certain amount of it during the day and so I actually organize my work day. According to how much focus I feel like I have and I have a list of physical tasks I can do that. Take Zero brain activity and a list of those more intense. I really need to think through these so really these advancements in how the brain works gives us a better view of how to learn. Learn an instrument. When did they come around like when did all of this stuff come into play? I mean is this. In the last ten years as a sub so the advancements in the brain and understanding of it really in the past twenty years. Here's it's just been a slew of things and you gotta think all the advancements that have come up to this time within drumming within technology Now that we have better imaging now that we can like like all those advancements in technologies what's allowing us to be able to see all these things that in flip help us to learn something like an instrument better. There's a great book called the first twenty hours where he goes through kind of that initial learning phase of those first twenty thirty hours and how to do that. So Cool it's really a crazy thing. How the how the brain works now? Another advancement with drumming that has allowed us to become more efficient with practicing is this. Is this kind of going where you wanted to make sure. Oh No no I love this I I would just say might the takeaway that I'm getting for that as a you know it's it's modern stuff but as a drummer would just be to to not drive yourself. Nuts feeling like you didn't practice for eight hours it's it's beneficial to let your brain rest and all that stuff which we can learn in the history of people not doing that not knowing this exactly and you know it's beneficial to have a balanced life you know it's not okay to burn yourself out just doing this one. Being my marriage is happier when I practice in my practice happier whenever I spend time on my marriage my practice time is better whenever I spend time with my kids my practice time is better whenever I get enough sleep. Whenever I'm going to movies with friends it increases this is my practice time and the productivity there so knowing that allows me to actually schedule events for my practice? Nah I'm taking time off. We're GONNA go for a walk. That's going to help me be a better our drummer you know Seems it seems counterintuitive but that it really is that so another one of the advances that we've had is is in How we're able to practice as far as the physical? The instruments so e. kits coming around so many for many years drummers were not able to practice in apartments that wasn't an issue for Qatar player. They could just Kinda grab the acoustic can practice in an apartment whereas we drummers this no one wants to hear you play an apartment it's not pleasing at all and so when you have something like an Ekit come around and some of the more recent advancements we've started seeing like silent stroke heads from Remo Aquarians got their super pass that you can play on your things. Yes yes yeah they'll Jamaican. La Symbols many people who couldn't practice at one time now can whether that be. They couldn't practice because of their physical location Asian. I've lived in apartments. I couldn't practice because a town home. I drove across town to a PRAC- soon that I rented to practice every morning at five. AM I get it so you know that allows them to practice or whether that be because you have a family member that hates you're drumming and that's totally cool you know that's an issue. y'All should probably talk about Um Probably should bring that to the tables. Now you can practice quietly before. Oh the only time I had to practice before work. Cool grab some led symbols silent stroke. Heads you're now able to practice before work. It's a crazy thing so what I've seen as a teacher in the online spaces I've seen a massive movement of forty forty five five and over coming to the instrument They have the time they had the money to grab the stuff and now all I can get this e Kit. Oh I can get this silent. Strokes or I had had the option to do both CETERA. And so forth so Advancements on on the side of of the instrument itself allows us to now practise an instrument. That's Abrasive and loud at times when before we were unable to practice known I find it kind of interesting with that about like e. kits been around for a long time. I'm GONNA say I feel like we can do a whole episode on e. kits and Simmons and the lendrum. But so I'm just going to throw this out there without knowing that I'm correct but I feel like e drums were originally created to be a part of someone else's up to be a part of bigger drum set. You know the big gone pads the Simmons ends. I forget what it is it's the SDS X.. Or something that to me wasn't created from from what I can put together to be in in someone's apartment. You're not gonNA have because I think they were super expensive like a lot of v drums and stuff are now but it went from being this kind of eighties flock of seagulls kind a huge octo pads set to a smaller. This is made for apartments kind of thing. So that seems like more of a recent kind kind of You know going from these big electronic drum sets to people WANNA do this to be quiet not to be for sure for sure. Eighties new wave band. Yeah so it's you know it's amazing the number of advancements that have come along and that have affected our our instrument as we go now. We've we've talked about all the positive things. Yeah so I'll I'll be. I'll be Debbie Downer. Let's see anybody. That's named Debbie out there. I'll be Debbie Downer here and be that you know. I'm like that old guy railing against social media. I'm really not I post there all the time. If you don't follow my Youtube Channel Four lessons a month there. Some of them are thirty. Forty I five minutes. I'm all about it but what has happened is we've had social media come along so before. Whenever I saw my favorite players play? So let's just take Dave wackle. I I went and saw Dave Waco play in clinic. I learned from his rock drumming. Play along book. I saw him play with Chick Corea. Recently I mean like I love watching Dave Dave welcome play with music now take social media nowadays and the sixty second glimpse we get of this person or the two or three minute curated view could of this person and you have the ability of separating the drums from the music And what this this has done is. It's it's almost it's almost given everyone. A wrongs an incorrect starting point. And if we start from the wrong point point if we start away from the music and we start from. I'm just learning this because that guy can do these licks This is where we start to have a disconnect from the music and this is where are you see a lot of older players kind of kicking back against social media now. This is not just me saying that. So I've talked to teachers from Berkeley. I talked to teachers from different. Universities talked private teachers. Were all saying the same thing and that is. There's a disconnect between what this person knows and what is actually needed on the GIG. Yeah there's a disconnect between what the student can play they can play this fantastical thirty second note linear whatever on the drums but they can't keep a beat for a two minutes. They can't play Billie Jean correctly. Yeah so what that leads to in a practice. Room is a real discontentment with where you're headed because because instead of the goal being to create music the goal has now been to one up or to learn this crazy. Look and when you can't pull that off or what. I see a lot of times when you can pull it off but you don't understand the musical application for it to me. It's a very empty goal to me. It's a very empty place to wind up at a place where I can play play. This crazy lit but I have no example of it ever being used in music. I have no way to ever know if it could be an used in music. I just know this crazy lik so for me whenever we have a disconnect like that that is brought about by technology that historically they did not have to deal with now. We have a problem in the practice room. Not only that you know we can go as deep as you want. There's a great book called deep work. Another one called the distracted mind I mentioned earlier where it goes really in depth up on discussing the amount of the population now that is displaying signs of OCD So they are self interrupting themselves selves. They're checking phones tablets for the sake of checking them and for all of you that WanNa test on this the next time you're standing in line at your favorite coffee place time how long it takes you before you interrupt yourself standing in line and say I need to check whatever it maybe. Maybe it's your email. Maybe your cell phone. Maybe it's whatever you know Some were self interrupting ourselves The book deep work goes into how workers in modern day knowledge. Work which is what many of us do Are Losing the ability ability to go deep because they're always skating on the surface of check. Email checking social media. Let me respond to this message for my co worker. They interrupted me here. Open working spaces blah blah blah blah blah. All of. This bleeds over into the practice room and I can give you a really good kind of go back historically. Let's go back to when I was like twenty two twenty three so I played on Bourbon Street I got I began gigging when I was sixteen. I got my first full-time Gig on Bourbon Street John Wayne or famous store on the corner of Conti and Bourbon when I was nineteen and I did that Gig for three years and Kinda had proven myself. I can make a living as a musician. This is a dead end road As far as It just staying on the street there on Bourbon Street guys there. There were fifty five. I was playing with that. Had Coke Habits they you know I was keeping their family while their wives. We're going to tried to find a behind grocery stores. Crackdown real life. Experiences of of you know I had a one keyboard player that was on heroin and just could not. Ah shake it like real life situations alcoholics all..
"stephen taylor" Discussed on Drum History
"It's a huge waste of resources mother. Nature's part you know what I'm saying when it makes a lot more sense is that we have the the meat computers within our heads that can actually take the information and we can become great at whatever we have an interest in and whatever we put that focused practice time into so really the last fifteen to twenty years has and I've had many conversations with people debunking old historical thinking of your born naturally talented at something. You're just not you're just not know. The exposure is so important though because I think to myself wage like I've never skied. I don't live anywhere the near a place where I can ski and I'm like I think about that. Sometimes they're like maybe I'd be good at it or like surfing seems fun. I've never really done it because I don't live. Yeah I live in Cincinnati. It's like you're however but exactly if you'd have been exposed to it at an early age and you know all this gets into people are real big at putting labels on people so so we have something like the spectrum which would be autism so on the spectrum you have a very functional end where that person just becomes obsessed with things like. They're totally normal but if he gets obsessed with this thing you should just get out of his way so we're running the length. The ranks of like Steve Jobs who becomes just incredibly obsessed with an idea. I had people people like that coming up at school. Now they would label them on the spectrum to me they were just predisposition to focus in on a certain thing and so My wife used to work with autistic children. She had one that was incredibly interested in albums. And who played on the albums. So you could tell you the album. The name of the album. The band the year it was released least where they recorded it. The players on it. What song everything about the album? He knew everything. He was intensely interested in albums. So yeah that's something that you can't measure measure a child's interest in a certain In a certain thing as well one of the things that they can't account for these days is your physical disposition. So if you're born orn six foot eleven year naturally going to be better at basketball than somebody. That's four put forfeit nine. You're naturally going to come into that game stronger longer than anybody else. Because that game is built around height height is a huge Corlett to success in something like basketball and so a physical characteristics or or something that they can't measure that's one thing that is a tail tail on when it comes to mainly physical things like ambidextrous being dexterous with the drums. I guess that could be seen as sure benefit but you know you have the old thinking back in the night and twentieth nineteen thirty nineteen forties. They did not understand how the brain works. They did not understand. You know all of those things now that we understand it makes the practice time a much better experience. Because I can prove to you about you know how we learn and why we learn. And that really comes down to advancements in the brain and we can you know let's talk about Mylan. Ireland is the white battery the brain and before they didn't really understand the way we can image brains. Now we can really see what's going on and what's firing. What's not originally? They just thought that was padding in the brain or they've been in what it did it was there but maybe it's not important or maybe it is important or you know the same thing. They didn't understand what the prefrontal CORTEX did did that has all of our administrative. Capabilities are focused a task management. All of those things. Come from the prefrontal CORTEX. Well they used to do partial lobotomies through the I and they would bite out of the prefrontal cortex and then they started wondering. Why do these people act like animals? They can't clean their house. They can't organize tasks. They seem. You know they don't like they lost their humanity their ability to because they were bleeding out. The prefrontal CORTEX WCHS uses. Doug something in there I into their brain. That's why the yeah exactly. They don't understand why that how it worked. Now we do and so with Milem. There's some books on this. If anybody listening is interested in reading about a little bit about the brain about practicing about how this work Some good ones or the talent code owed Daniel coyle practice. Perfect would be another great one. The distracted mind has another one. That's on some great studies on the brain as well as the leading study that they did. It's the the role all of deliberate practice in the acquisition of expert performance. You can download that one for free professional studies about forty pages long That's where the ten thousand hour rule came from old those And so oh what they found out about mile and is it's actually helps in skill acquisition skill acquisition. There's three important things you know. So every emotion skill filling thought is a precisely tuned electrical signal. That's traveling through a chain of neurons circuit of nerve fibers right. That's that that skill in its rawest form. Myelin is the substance that wraps insulates the nerve fiber and increases the signal speed strengthen accuracy. So as let's say you're trying to learn something new on the drums and you're like here's this new thing and you start into it and all of a sudden the brings scrambling going. What the heck guys? We're supposed to learn this new thing. So what happens is their supporters sales called and I'm going to mispronounce this but the Ol- ago dangerous sites I believe is what it is Astra sites so they since the nerve firing and what they this is getting way nerdier run it so they were the nerve spiring and that respond by wrapping more mylan Lynn around the fiber that fires. So what it's doing is intern. It's making this insulated high-speed cable essentially is what it's doing what my brain goes goes to an audio cable where you have a band. It's got a break. you start introducing noise into the cable and you start the cables compromised. It's not a nice exactly eight eight well-made cable great and it results in increasing velocities up to which the crazy thing increasing velocity speed as far as skill a skill acquisition skill development skill execution of up to one hundred times an uninterrupted nerve fiber. That's crazy that we can go one hundred times faster just by insulating that so you've got that The everything is is is traveling along. A set of neurons Mayans the substance that wraps it and the more or we fire a particular circuit the more mile and optimizes it so the more times we're correctly repeating something and going through it. The more the brains go when hey go. Supporters sales are firing and they that mile and starts to grow around the nerve fiber and it starts to insulate it so it can fire quicker it can. We can communicate and we can improve the computer in our head but they didn't know this twenty thirty years ago. This is something that they did know so. Skill acquisition has zero to do with talent skill. Condition is all about mylan firing the correct neurons and getting it to wrap around there so that you can do that skill faster you know. Can I create more Maya Mylan or Kim I am am. I stuck with what I've got or enhance it. Or How's that work. Yeah so the mile and grows as you know as those as it's triggered to grow in other words it's like oh we're doing this skill. Let's start insulating. That so it it grows you know within their so you. Can you know where you weren't insulating. Something something now you are. We have these studies that have come about you know There's a great book called why we sleep. And it's the importance of sleep for the brain and what it does to the brain. How the brain functions while we're sleeping? There's a reason why you can't play something. One day you go to sleep. Wake up the next day you sit down on the kit and you can all of a sudden play it. Isn't it like it's like a dishwasher where it cleans. It was just listening to where you go to sleep at night. And it runs like a dishwasher that cleans out all this gunk in your brain. Yeah so what happens is our brain doesn't go to asleep our brain different different areas of its start firing. And it's really it's really fascinating to watch the brain. As we sleep the brain's not sleeping. The brain is busy. Firing trying to make sense of what was happening during the day. Trying to get that mile and in place trying to so that the next time you sit down it's able to perform warmed tasks that you were asking it to do so. The brain understands and it just needs time. That's why I told my students. I say if you'll just give the brain time to do with the brain does best. It's really fascinating things. So instead of Moran our practice time I was just learning a David Garibaldi groove teaching a lesson on him and lots lots of notes right and I it's frustrating. But what I what I tell myself. There's no you just need to repeat it successfully slowly over and over in small chunks and if we you do that and create those feedback loops of eventually start catching on and they get smoother and all of a sudden. You're able to play this thing. So just knowing how the brain functions conctions helps me in my practice time go you know what I just. I have to give it physically more time for mile and to grow and insulate that fiber so it can fire faster so that I can play this thing that I wanna play is that why sometimes if you play something and you struggle with it and you're like I just can't get it and you come back a day later and you're like wow I got it now one of the big things and you know us talking about the cognitive abilities are talking about you. Know The prefrontal cortex in Tasmania all that stuff. We we didn't understand And one of the things that the study the study I mentioned earlier the the role of deliver practice in the acquisition of expert performance When they found out was that just as important as the practice time even more? So is your time away from the instrument so they found that you know these. The P players who were top of the top's lead in their field were sleeping three and four times as much as they were. Practising the recreational activity was two and three times names the amount of time they spent practicing on the weekends. They're they're recreational activity and sleep may may flip a little bit but they're still maintaining these ratio. She Oh so what that tells us is. The amount of deliberate practice were able to do on. Our instrument is not really related to how.
"stephen taylor" Discussed on Drum History
"Nineteen coming and kicking butt on the scene with Miles Davis because he's had guys like that in his life so at the early inception of this instrument we also you got to keep in mind as we talk through this really four different things. We have advancement in the instrument and its development wittman. We have the acceptance of the instrument as a valid instrument and that in some ways is still not being accepted on the collegiate level. If you go to college you can major in Percussion. That's it's your instrument not a ton of universities and colleges will allow you to major as as your instrument is drum set. I know I was not allowed. I was a percussion major but with but the jazz studies emphasis and You know you don't have a violin player coming in you know having to matron strings you know I. It's so it's taken years for them to accept that it as a as an instrument and then advancement in technology has been huge. As far as learning the drum set and how we practice and then advancements in the knowledge of the brain within the past fifteen or twenty years has been massive so yeah in the nineteen twenties. You have just really the drum set kind of coming together you have that apprenticeship model. We really don't have a collective active body of drum set resources because it's a new instrument and so it's really passed on person to person right so then right about that time we also so have sound recording coming around the reason that early recordings of Gene Crew Baby Dodds or the recording chick Webb. Don't sound great is because the microphones at the the time could not. They couldn't handle the dynamic nature of the drum set. It was just too much the lows and crazy highs from the symbols. And all of that. So you don't have really great recorded examples from those early times but you do have online. There's an example of baby dodds showing his Shimmy beating explaining how people can do. It's this was how he transferred that knowledge and then coming up we have sound recording so then guys started listening. They're like okay cool. That's if you're thinking I don't have a band to play with. I'm just sitting here practicing this thing. And then all of a sudden you have something that has speakers and you are able to have a band in your room even if you gotta play low so you can hear them. That's a huge game changer. In your practice time. I don't think people really realize that. They went from not being able to play with people being able to put put on an album and play with the top of the tops. This is a massive development. It's comparable to like the youtube generation now to be able to sit and see these guys to be able to watch videos of you. Teaching a lesson versus just reading. A book is massive. It's huge and so then we have the learning pass through to. They're sitting there learning from the music as well as going and seeing it live. And that's a big game changer. And then we kind of move forward and the the drum set is getting old enough that now we have you know people writing books for it and we have guys repurposing. Older techs like syncopation for the modern drummer George Lawrence is stick control. You have guys like Alan Dawson coming along and going. Hey wait a second. We can use this on the drum set the room on the drums that. Let's take this and apply all this other kind of just trying to formalize what's happening you have guys like Jim Shape and I've actually had a student. Send me one of the guy sitting here. One of the kindest things it was just a gift and and arrived. I had no clue said the dogs a couple of months. They didn't call me and let me know it was there. Whenever I finally figured out I was like oh I got a package? Go up there and an online a student of mine had sent me an old. LP An old vinyl of Jim Shaping he made one of the first play a long series. It was made as a promotional tool for I forget the name of the company or the drug store but in the inside. It's got you know pick up the drums hottest new instrument like all these really old school. Ads has gotten pictures of all these small small music conventions with Joe Morello's and and those kind of cats in the pictures buddy rich and all those guys. It's got old advertisements but inside of it it's got with the drums. Were without the drums so you can play either as well. It's got charts inside of there so you got lied charts but it also has drum chart so a transcription of basically what he was playing. That's huge that's ahead of its time. Oh big time big time so now we're going from okay now can play along with this too. Oh man somebody made made a drum Lewis track for me to play with. This is a huge change whenever it comes to your practice time and and how you go through that how you go about learning the instrument because because now you have you have a method for the man and now you can you can practice to that music one thing. I've heard you talk a lot about which are really like is focused practice practice time instead of just sitting down and messing around and just plain which is great which you need to do from time to time but actually focusing and doing doing something important and that kind of those books in that early play along gives you something to do. I mean you can't just off the top of your head you need some guidance. It's like A. That's it gives you structure to your practice time now you know. Oh I'm trying to practice this. That you know baby dodds was doing or whatever that may be I know I'm bringing him up a lot. He's he's on my mind and then you have this recording. Oh cool now I can learn this whole set and then you take the time to break down wait. What was that thing? He he was doing and measures three. Oh wait a second. Let me see if I can work that out So that's kind of the evolution up from nineteen twenty person to person. You got the music to the person then and you have a book to person which is a big deal and then you start having some of the classic tex start coming out. Gosh you can have Gary Chester's new breed you can have shape these patterns series. You can have. Alan Dawson starts teaching his system for going through syncopation. Organizing the language of jazz drumming Future sounds by Garibaldi. All these become landmark funk funk studies by Rick Rick Latham all these become landmark books in the collection of learning the drums and they've become standardized on the collegiate collegiate level as well around the forties and fifties time. You have on Max Roach coming along and a Lotta people. Don't associate him with teaching. Max Roach was one of the first jazz musicians to teach at a fulltime at a collegiate level. I really don't know that and I forget where it was so you have him coming around around that time so not only do we. Now have this new instrument that we're like okay. We're getting some resources for now. It's becoming accepted enough that on the college level. They're going. Hey we need need to get a teacher for this because this is deal. Apparently this is going to be a thing. And that's whenever you start seeing some jazz guys coming teaching fulltime like Max or are you see an Alan Dawson going over Berkeley You see an ED. So F- going to UNT So it's the drums has still not considered an instrument to major in. But it's a big enough deal that they're like we gotta get somebody here. That can teach this And you have Allan Allan Dawson coming along. And he's putting out players like Vinnie. Calcutta Terri Lyne Carrington. Tony Williams John Robinson like I mean just to have those four on your roster holy cow. That's massive. Whatever the guys doing? He's he's doing something right. Yeah so you have a lot of these guys. You know Gary Chester's another one. He was a season session. Musician Touring Guy and he devotes the later part of his life to teaching. So you have these guys trying to give back And really trying to formulate a way for us to learn and practice this instrument. Yeah and it it I'm I'm going to do an episode on it. I don't know a ton about him but I know just of him as a teacher of Roy knapp who was major teacher of I know it's Gene Krupa. Louis Belsen listen baby dodds yet. The the Roy C KNAPP drums school. which movie I've had Rob Cook the Chicago Drum. Show an author of books reach out and say we should do an episode on him which I want to do and you've got another example there of someone putting out so many great students but it's a real person person a person type of a teaching thing exactly. They obviously have a curriculum that they do. But it's not codified. It's not put into a book. It's not mass produced. I mean when we when we had the ability to make a plastic widget that contained music. That's when everything's changed on so many levels. Yeah but it's the Like I remember hearing on another. PODCAST CAST Brendan Buckley. Great Drummer Who we saw Pai sick? I heard him talking about getting taught by sunny. I go Tommy. I goes dad and it would be a thing where he would drive forty five minutes and he would get there and you learn. And it's I don't know this might sound bad but I guess there's more And I've never taken a lot of online drum lessons. Sen's via skype or anything like that but when you have. I remember growing up taking drum lessons if you missed the lesson. You're Kinda like well I'M GONNA get yelled at next week. Why did you? There's there's more What's the word I'm looking for is more like You're held more accountable. Yes there's more accountability. That's you know that was me coming up the internet or net. We never used. The Internet wasn't a thing. You sound like this ancient Guy Thirty eight. I'm not that old but the Internet was not a deal until I was in highschool man. Yup I remember sitting at dial up being what in the world is happening right now. Is it making this noise. You know so the Internet came around. I had to drive thirty thirty five minutes one way. Okay I took from Henry. Dale made he was doing his graduate studies at us. Dr John Wootton Henryk had actually taken from Alan Dawson and Henryk Actually now teaches at Berklee College of music so I love to look back at the lineage of my drum teachers yeah and see you know recently talking about online. I recently did a couple of lessons with Claus Hessler. I'm a teacher but I'm I'm a student to clouds took from. Jim Chapman Jim shape and took from molar. So you have this lineage of teachers up through the years. Yeah so you know after that sound recording you know you then start to have this video and video was a new deal and then you have these guys coming along Jim Shape shape and several others. That are like hey. Let's jump on this. Let's get instructions made so you have vhs and the DVD and that was really kind of came at the tail end of the H. S...
"stephen taylor" Discussed on Drum History
"Zee and today joined by my friend Steven Taylor of Steven's drum shed steven how are you. I'm great man. I'm really excited to be here. I'm really excited to geek out about this. I am too I am too we We recently met and hung out at with you and Tim Buell. And we got dinner. And everything and Yeah I must say I apologize to you there. There was like after a day of like nine hours of filming content. I was completely shot. I was the world's world worst hang I just know I just talked about pro tools the whole time and geeked out on audio but We got some rings and had some beers it was great man. It was great so yeah today. You're here though to talk about the history of learning and practicing the drum set. 'cause you're a guy who was was like very very well spoken and well learned when it comes to teaching the right way to practice. Correct cool so I think we should just per usual with this podcast. Just go back to the beginning of practice. 'cause it's Kinda like a I mean. Honestly it's something then I never would have thought about like you. It's hard to to to really think about people practicing that long ago My guess is kind of military stuff. But I'm excited to hear what What you came up with? Yeah so you know one of the reasons why this you know This whole topic excited me years ago. I've got a whole chorus on this. It's like twenty hours long. I can be as Nerdy as you want on practice in the trump said But I found that most of my teaching nowadays. Today's is done online through membership program in and what I was finding was I was having a lot of people hit walls and not move and the problem was not that they weren't motivated. The problem wasn't that didn't have the time The problem was that they didn't have access to the materials. The problem was they didn't have a game plan it. They didn't understand how to go through the practice session. And learn this instrument you know and so that really set me on you know a chase for a while Reading reading and studying on the brain on practice and historically how it's done and how it's another fields and So yes I become You know that's become one of my passions is actually you know practice. And how do we learn this thing. So and it's definitely changed. Glad we're doing this. Because it's changed over the past hundred or so years with all the technological age that we've gone through there's been so many advances so quick and it's all happened right at the inception of the trumpet. If you really think about that. The trump said really started to come together in a concrete fashion in the nineteen twenty s and the Vaudeville area before. Then you had some some players that were making like their own homemade. You know Pedal so that they could play this in the pit while the the show was going on or whatever but there was no one that had was mass producing these things in the drums. It wasn't set up in any organized sort of away. And we've got gene Krupa to think about that and you know and so right around the time that sound recording really started to become popular. was when the drums that I was born and so not only. Do we have an instrument that was made For improvisation it's really the only instrument I can think of that was made strictly from an improvisational standpoint. You know before that snare drumming pit drumming. It was all very noted. You've got baby dodds as one of the first drummers that was that was recorded improvising It's a it's kind of a to us. It's not a revolutionary thing but back then they're like wait he's not he's not playing the page. Hold on you know so that changes how you practice that changes how you approach that and it's a new instrument. Our instrument is very new. The drums are not new drums and the oldest instrument right right but as far as the drum set. It's one of the newer instruments on the scene so And how we approach it how we learn how we practice. It has changed inched with technology and with all those advancements so yeah I would imagine that like But at the beginning there let's say in the nineteen twenties. There had to be some crossover of guys who would be coming coming up in more Like rudimentary practicing. You know doing that stuff then saying okay. Well now I have a drum set now I need to change a little bit of how I'm doing it. Yeah Yeah so everything that I you know pull up and read about is is all about You know up until that time I am you know we had some texts that were standardized for drumming We had the rudiments those types of things. They had organized this stuff because marching and playing in a concert setting thing that type of thing was very popular in the classical world So really with the early days whenever jazz started coming around whenever you have guys like baby. Todd's assimilating a drum set whenever you've got him you know innovating with this you know The shimmy beat that he would play in elongating. These press rolls us and that's way different than the than the typical you know. He's he's putting more he's putting more sauce on it. He you know and all of a sudden you have drummers drummers whenever he's out on the road or you know obviously the the boats on the Mississippi and other travel ways. That's why you see cities like Chicago. Saint Louis You know New Orleans all these port cities as the reason why they became known as music. Because these guys were traveling these steamboats up and down you know and so you have guys coming to see baby. Dodds play to try to figure out what he's doing because remember. There's there's no real recording at that time. I can't get a recording. No you can't get a book of like. Oh this new instrument the drums said they just put on a method book on it. Let me go grab that and then learn. That wasn't happening. And then baby dodds knows he's got something special right and he knows guys can't play it so they're coming to check him out to find out what he's doing and they're going back home and they're trying to practice. It's a really from a historical standpoint. That's really how music Zeke has been taught over the years it's been taught as a as a as a language. You One person to another showing the other person are that's why You have The apprentice system was such with such a successful system for teaching someone whether that'd be art or teaching them carpentry or whatever that is we have a lot of examples of an apprentice type system that I can point to Well let's say we can point to Chick Webb who was the first big band drum really leader at that time and had to the spine so he was a hunchback really short guy But mentored a lot of people in and actually art blakey was believe his Valet Valet. I believe he was his driver. Wow and so you have guys like Art Blakey pointing back to Chick Webb and the time that Chick Webb put into him that's a mentorship. This is an apprenticeship apprenticeship type of a program. He doesn't have a formulate thing where they're sitting down doing less and less to what he's doing is he's showing him how to do it as he's doing he he's leading by for example. And then you have someone like art. Blakey go on. Who runs the Jazz messengers for thirty five years? And it's known as an incubator for all types of talent. He's known as a mentor. Winter for drummers everywhere and for thirty five years. He's running guys through his band and mentoring them the same way that Chick Webb mentored him. We also have an example of an apprenticeship to ship type of a deal whenever it comes to as far as learning this drum set whenever it comes to someone like Tony Williams with Alan Dawson. Alan Dawson everybody goes. It's amazing that you know playing with Miles Davis Age nineteen and it's like we. Yeah but you had. Tony says one of the best in the world. Alan Dawson who later taught at at Berkeley and is known for his contribution to to teaching and learning instrument and formalizing our our language He was picking Tony up at ages. Eight and nine going sixty ninety miles one way out of the way from the GIG picking Tony up taking him to the GIG with him like him set up let him sit in. Let them listen. Then I'm getting him back home safely. You have somebody doing this for for for Tony at age nine this is a very good example of an apprenticeship model And so if you so you know if you're out there and you're listening to this and you have any season musician whether that'd be a drummer for me. It was a keyboard player coming up. That was my mentor today. He's he's still a second father to me. I would you know if you call right now at drop everything. I'd sell the car and I'd go do whatever you need to do to help him out. That's how much he helped me in my life so it doesn't matter what kind of musician they are. They're they're willing to give you that kind of time and mentor you in that way. LS Marsala New Orleans has been known for doing that with with all types of musicians and he's a piano player. You should take advantage of that because some of the best players come from that mentorship system. Stanton Moore in New Orleans Johnny Vedackovic actually. He taught Brian Blade. Stanton Moore. War came up under ABADAKA pitches to login. Some people. Don't keep the DACA bitch. He's he's a free spirit man to say the least you but you have him taking the time and letting these guys bring. Drums comes in for him. Let them then go to the Gig within like that's a mentorship type of thing that's an apprenticeship thing. It's a very common way for a music. Musical instrument or any type of skill to have been taught ought a really up until modern days in colleges. Now that's why you have Grad Students Grad students. That's an apprenticeship model. It's a very old model for teaching anything. We've assimilated that into this. I'm lucky because Not even on a drumming standpoint but as an audio engineer I had a mentor. I have a mentor. I'm lucky enough to work with them. Now is assumes Adam climbing who. I've I interned year where I work and then years later got a job and the amount you can learn from a mentor. And it's just you know if anyone's listening to this this and you kind of know someone just you're not bugging them really having a mentor is one of the best things you can possibly do and you know as a teacher if you have a student or you have someone it comes and says look I just want to be around hang around help WANNA learn from you. I don't want to be in the way you're going to pour into that person so much more. If I get gigs come through passing that that person. Is They work with me. I know that they're trustworthy. So that's why you see players like Tony Williams at age..
"stephen taylor" Discussed on KTOK
"One thousand KT. Okay. AM and K X Y FM ninety six point one HD two Oklahoma City. Today for the twenty fourth anniversary of the Oklahoma City bombing today, we may laugh. We may cry. But we will not say goodbye. Because we come here. To remember state supreme court Justice. Stephen Taylor chairs, the Oklahoma City memorial foundation, a terrorist bomb destroyed the P Murrah federal building on April nineteenth nineteen ninety-five killing one hundred sixty eight people today's service featured one hundred sixty eight seconds of silence, and family members and survivors reading the names of the victims and Oklahoma teenager, charged with murder, rape and other felonies following a twenty seventeen string of crimes Tulsa says. He does not want to take back his guilty pleas. The on fourth reports seventeen year old Deontay green pleaded guilty last month to first degree murder and nineteen other counts in a blind plea greens attorneys later filed to withdraw the plays in part because they say green didn't know at the word guilty meant green was sixteen when he was accused of killing broken arrow middle school teacher, Shane Anderson and raping an eighty one year old woman, he set to be sentenced in July and could get life in prison. You're listening to the Oklahoma news network to people were. Killed overnight in a head on crash. West of a token, the southeast part of the state highway patrol says forty five year old Scott Miller of Tokyo, hit a deer in the roadway. Swerved across the centerline striking a pickup truck driven by fifty nine year old Dilbert biles byles died at the scene. Miller died after being taken to a hospital. A man hunt is underway. In Ardmore for a man. Police say may have committed multiple sex crimes against children, they say forty year old whore. Hey, Maldonado hasn't been showing up at work and maybe trying to get back to Mexico to avoid arrest. A suspect now in custody for allegedly breaking into this rather elementary school in some inal earlier this week and setting fires inside the school. Forty five year old Philip done. Some was arrested in Holden Ville after a traffic. Stop the Seminole county. Sheriff's office has tips began pouring in after surveillance. Video was released Dunton is being held on one million dollars bond. A suspect accused of fatally stabbing in Oklahoma man in flagstaff Arizona last month, pleading not guilty twenty seven. Year old feeling Conley reportedly called in the stabbing of thirty nine year old Jason Kent heart of Koita to police after the March twenty ninth incident court documents show Conley got into a fight with heart in a wooded area. East of flagstaff heart died of the scene. No drought in Oklahoma state climatologist,.
"stephen taylor" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Come coming up a mornings on the mall. All right wise. Makovsky has got the details on what's going on in various voter rolls across the country. It's crazy and deserves some more attention and meteorologist John trout will be joining us. Tell us that it is really cold out. When is it going to end, seven o'clock on WFAN WFAN FM? Woodbridge WFAN Washington shot at one thousand dollars four times a day W M A, L Cumulus station. You don't viewer mail. News at seven good morning, everyone. I'm John Matthews. The news brought to you by the big screen store. One last day to sleep in promote students and teachers this morning as they Wade out the sunrise, so let the world warm up before they venture out some school systems remained closed today. Most others are opening two hours late. You can get a complete list at AL dot com. Yes, it's cold. But not record cold for us, the seven below market Dulles will not be touched today. And it's far worse. The further north you go New York City, Boston minus fourteen minus fifteen that's what it feels like at this hour temps, the ambient air temperature sitting right around five degrees without the winds. And of course, disruptions have been widespread over six thousand flights preemptively canceled going into Thursday, meteorologists bedroom. Java Harry, you'll be bundling up to go outside today. But people aren't the only things battling frostbite. Your vehicle's battery is in danger. When it's this frigid the era. Sixty percents of our the triple as John Townsend says there are expecting a high number of roadside assistance calls the cold can also be an issue for your pipes. According to Stephen Taylor with the district department of insurance by wants to try to throw out the hike. Slowly, what you do is you generally open up the cold water faucet and the heat turned off and maybe a hairdryer Maria leaf on wwl AL dot com. Cold weather tends to spark house. Fires in. Fairfax county. Firefighters are battling one right now on Westwood hills. Drive in Herndon, the smoke can be seen for miles around. No word on anyone being trapped. There a firefighter battling a house fire on emerald drive in Germantown this morning fell through the floor. But he was quickly rescued and avoided serious injury. No one else was hurt. Earlier firefighters and Anna Rondo county did have to enter a burning home and pull two adults and a child out of the basement they were critically injured for other people in the house also taken to the hospital Virginia governor Ralph north. Attempting to clarify comments. He made concerning a Bill sponsored by a freshman democrat delegate who would the Bill would allow for late term abortions, Kathy TRAN acknowledged in a now viral video that late term means right up to birth. Mr Chairman that would be a, you know, a decision that that doctor physician and the woman understand that. I'm asking you. If you're Bill allows that Bill would allow that. Yes. Northern I said in a radio interview politicians should leave abortion decisions to women and their doctors. But that set off a national firestorm from GOP critics who accuse northern of openly supporting legal infanticide. The governor's office later released a statement, accusing Republicans have mischaracterizing his statement for political gain fifteen years to the day after he became a cotton, Montgomery counties. Police chief says he'll be retiring in April Tom manger says it's only natural that after forty two years as a police officer. He would think about retiring, and then he was offered a job. He couldn't refuse working with the major city. Chiefs association to lead a team advocating on the hill for legislation impacts policing seem like a great opportunity and one that would allow me to stay in the perfection, a profession. He says he loves one of his biggest accomplishments implementing by worn cameras with Montgomery County..
"stephen taylor" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
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"stephen taylor" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Oh, the well. We'll continue the welfare system will not will not be impact. Although Trump tried to take a little bit of a hatchet to the food stamp people will talk about that later on the show with new rules about when you gotta go back to work this story this. Yeah. The story this week about an Irvine Dr Who knowingly prescribed medication to drug addicts which involved at least five overdose overdose deaths. And the one that really got the attention of the media one of his prescriptions apparently was in the possession of the man that carried out the massacre, the borderline bar and grill in Thousand Oaks, although allegedly the person who the prescription was made out to was not the gunman. He still had the pills, and they came from Dr zoom on femme is his name. And he's been released from the Santa Ana jail after posting bond. Two counts of illegally distributing oxycodones. He owns something called the Irvine village, urgent care. The thing is he's allowed to go back and continue practicing medicine. There's just no rules anymore. Is there? These guys are worse. These guys are there are conditions on it. These guys are worse though than than the the drug cartel leaders. Yeah. I the judge said he cannot he has to stop treating patients to whom he is prescribed opioids in the past refer them to another doctor also barred from prescribing opioids, but he can still practice medicine, and he can still prescribe other medications like antibiotics. He can go back to work who's going to track. This though, I did these when you released on bond is there's somebody like where do you think? Agent that we're seeing on you. Where do you think he's hiding all his money? Probably millions of dollars with these. With these opioid prescriptions. You'll probably right because it says here he was aware that after he prescribed all these drugs to people knew were addicts he knew they would turn around and sell them on the black market. Yeah. So did he take a cut with the us? I'm wondering where you gotta cut from. Or did the drug maker pharmacy gets the money from the where the pharmacy was the pharmacy giving him a cut the not mentioned the drug manufacturer. He had his own pharmacy. Some some some doctors do they have their own. It's an urgent care. Care coulda had his own front. I I don't know. But somebody in in the chain must have been giving him a cut and thinks. Yeah. He wouldn't be doing. It isn't just because he likes drug addicts. Why would you do that lets you were going to get unless you were going to get money for it? No. I wonder if he was born here, maybe he's going to flee to the home country and take all his millions with him. He sent a test. The he sent a text message after we found out that his drugs were in the possession of the Thousand Oaks bar shooter. That's Ian, David long. And apparently, they released it one of my patient just told me that the Thousand Oaks shooter he and David long had my prescription bottles at belong to some of. Incorrect spellings and his text some else. I never saw Mr. long before. So I don't know the implication of this information. You gave you gave it to a guy who was reselling it. Yeah. When do we sent a text to? His lawyer. Anyway, five of his patients OD one of us twenty five year old Stephen Taylor Scarpa who told cops he was under the influence of drugs prescribed by fam- back on November third. He was driving and he struck and killed the Costa Mesa fire and rescue captain who was out biking. You may remember that story that was Mike cheese. So fam- was connected to two major new staff involving people getting killed in not just not just how some of his patients overdosed and died. No also gave drugs to people who ran over a firefighter. Another one shot up a bar. I know that's that's he must have been. He must have been prescribing tons and tons of drugs. That that happened twice. Invest. Here's your answer between twenty thirteen in September two thousand eighteen fam- deposited more than five million dollars. Most of it casual into his personal Bank accounts. He was in another one point seven million into a business Bank account. He was running a drug ring. He probably had. Associates he'd he'd write them the prescriptions, they'd go in to various pharmacies. Get the pills then resell them and give him a cut. Says here he had at least eighty four patients who got their prescriptions filled after simply sending him a text message. That's all they had to do. They have to see him didn't say what's wrong with them. Adderall oxycodones. There's quite a list, you can do that you nor coast. He's only you could bring your phone show. Your text message to a pharmacist or is the pharmacist in on the on the scale farmers look at this. I got a doctor said I can go. No, no, no, no, no. You don't have to do that. No. No. No. No. No, no, no. You can text the doctor and saying I need oxycodone. Right. And then the doctor's assistant will immediately contact the pharmacy and say oh repair prescription for John kobylt. Oh, my doctor takes care of that for me. I don't I don't I don't have to have written out walked to the pharmacy. Can do it by the phone? They just call it in. Yeah. It's just I sometimes I have a tremendous struggle getting a prescription filled, and I I just laugh at how vailable all these drugs are right for a lot of people because I I can't I.
"stephen taylor" Discussed on KTOK
"Anywhere. Radio one thousand Katie. Okay. Oh, and this is one thing I meant to tell you this time last year, lovely wife, and I were in Alaska because she wanted to go see her birthplace, and we celebrated thanksgiving at a restaurant. And it was the first time we'd ever gone out on a thanksgiving. And I thought we were going to be weird. We weren't it was crowded. So a lot of people go out on thanksgiving because they don't want the mess or the trouble. So there's nothing wrong with that either. And the big thing up in Alaska is grouse which is a small. Well, it's it's like a small Turkey pheasant mixture. And that's about the only thing that's still walking around, and peck it around it's like a a wild chicken. Especially in the winter. It's the only thing still around. So we had grouse which tasted a lot like. Like. Like chicken. But the one thing that impressed me is that they have their own wild cranberry. It actually is more of an elderberry. But it's a it tastes like a cranberry. It's a lot less tart, and it has its own sweetness and they make a cranberry sauce with raspberries in it. And so I was so impressed with that. I bought a couple jars of it, and we still have those. So that's what we're going to have instead of regular oil can cranberry sauce. We're going to have the Alaskan cranberry sauce, which is which is rare very very tasty talking tank thanksgiving alternatives on NewsRadio one thousand Katie. Okay. And other news. Oklahoma's newly elected governor added several more business and political leaders to his transition team commoner elect Kevin stint named nine additional members to his transition team today along with the chairs of seven policy committees these policy areas include health, economic growth, education infrastructure, public safety, government efficiency, a native American affairs, retired Oklahoma supreme court Justice. Stephen Taylor of McAllister will oversee public safety longtime transportation secretary and former head of the US bureau of Indian affairs. Neil Makila will head the native American committee. Others attitude sits transition team were retired air force general Rita argon. Oklahoma four H. Foundation director Blaine Arthur and Bank of Edmund president and CEO Jill Kostya or castella. And that's good news. He's moving right along if you are driving the cops are out in force all this weekend officials said that interstate is one of the most heavily traveled corridors in Africa in America and Africa. Along I forty Oklahoma Highway Patrol is taking part in. What is called the I forty challenge. It's a traffic safety initiatives troopers are stationed every twenty miles along I forty and we'll be all day today. And then again on Sunday, Oklahoma department of public safety said in two thousand seventeen thirty eight crashes were reported the day before thanksgiving two.
"stephen taylor" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"Dan. Stephen Taylor, and they didn't last year with Timberlake, though. Right. It was all just Timberlake. They didn't bring out any guests for his life. Happening. Really don't need. No guests. It's pretty good. He doesn't need any other guests, and he kind of seems like the kind of guy. That's like I'll do the show. He was all right last year apart from the goofy forest themed outfit. He was wearing a part of his is his is is biz album motif, or whatever I have a weird just a little bit of maroon five credit. Okay. I go so far back with Marie thing. You're losing a lot of crap. Did you guys know that they were a nother band? And who that man was I remember you've told whatever their band was. They shouldn't have chained. They put out an album in the late s it was like nine hundred ninety eight or ninety nine like ninety ninety eight and they were originally cares flowers. And I I to this day, I still that is probably in my top fifteen all time favorite albums ever. And then they ended up least favorite most favorite. Okay. Nineties named for a band. Yeah. Charissa always fantastic. And it's funny. When you go back and listen to it because it is very much still maroon five I don't know what the story was why they changed their name because it was all the existing band members. And they became maroon five, and they and they blew up. They were curious lowers nineteen ninety four to two thousand one. Yeah. Yeah. I was in the maroon five before maroon five was maroon. I walked out of maroon five concert accidentally went to. Yeah. Is it a music festival in some things were done. And I didn't know where I was. And I looked up. Maroon five was on stage. Like, this is going to make things bad. I should go somewhere else. Even in your state. You had the sense to to get out of maroon five concert. Yes. Yes. Even deprived of most of my senses. John and denied the window of time to to decide that you didn't want to go to the maroon five concert memeber me out. You know, you would have entertained the notion would have gotten some enjoyment out of entertain notion. And then you wouldn't have gone still entertaining. The notion of going to see churches on October third churches with a v. You could've done you to sit in your house and drink Zima and listen to maroon five on a record with the lights. And then thought this is better. By the way. Totally is I mean, not the maroon five sounds like a scene from a movie. Adam LeVine, cool persons party. He's he's invited wouldn't be invited. He would bring you on Omar with them. I doubt that. He's not going to bring every woman that was in that music video with him. If he did though he'd be at Michael person. Women were in that video. None of them were there. He just like he just did his little dance moves than somebody else's put in the you. Don't know what we're talking about. Go watch the video for girls like you and you'll enjoy the great song. They watch all the green screen the deal. And if you don't blink. You can see just her head though, just kind floats by. Necessarily. That's what I saw during that trip at the music. This is weird is two thousand eight. Back to the scooters. You can be a juicer Saint Paul woman took a side job of charging electric Reynolds scooters that you can do this. It makes all the sense in the world. Yeah. It's a little a little side hustle thinking..
"stephen taylor" Discussed on Kermode and Mayo's Film Review
"I'm struggling to think of the last time sort of film the demonstrated the proper use of the term. Why does effectively as this. In Willis on Sunday when to see skyscraper film about. A smoldering imposing superstructure standing on the Hong Kong skyline, Oregon, and I didn't know if it was supposed to be comedy, but it certainly pass the sixty directed by the guy who made dodgeball. So he does. I mean low. It's an action film. He does have a very good sense of humor. Steven Taylor been surprised that lack of coverage of ubiquitous action movie trope referred to in our family is the dangle. That's where a hero or an associate full from a window. Ledge, a cliff edge, an earthquake, Fisher proceeds to dangle by their fingertips above a sheer drop for suitably dramatic amount of time. Excuse me before hauling themselves up being rescued by an ally of. Oh. Saying, this is bad thing in itself. There's some great movie dangles. For example, de cards at the end of Bladerunner being hoisted up by and Tom Cruise is climbing sequence at the start of mission impossible to, but sometimes it goes too far. You almost wonder if there's a special dangled clause written into movie contracts, which brings me to skyscraper repaired, specially storing stowing our brains secretly and securely before leaving home and turning our expectation dials down to zero. For that reason. I kind of enjoyed it despite the contrived, ludicrous plot, but so many dangles so many different skyscraper rock got them in early with his ascent up the crane followed by a major dangle off a window. Ledge, his wife got a dangle in as well. Impressive from plant later with their son hanging onto a back in oppressive double dangle. Top dangle. Those seem where rock holds onto his artificial leg, which is in turn dangling from a rope, tied onto a piece of sculpture, wedged against the broken window, ten out of ten for originality. Needless to say, the bad guys don't get dangled. Which is which is worth putting on a t. shirt as is usually the case. They go straight all the way down anyway, Stephen Taylor, thank you very much. If.
"stephen taylor" Discussed on The College Draft with Ross Tucker
"The thing with mali jefferson is that he was used in so many different ways that scheme that wasn't necessarily adoring necessarily a lot of traditional wraps of him lining up stacked via reading a power run again planning a big twelve against a lotta airraid offenses it wasn't like he was putting a lot of traditional situations that make it easy to project him to the nfl will worries me is that now he's going into todd orlando scheme and todd orlando they can use their linebackers a lot of different ways to threefourths theme if the you know if it's the same scheme they did last year in houston near you rear remember guys like us steven taylor who we talked about a couple of times last fall who is used mainly as a blitzer and he was really cut moved all over the formation whether you're splits that the middle or off the edge stephen taylor was mainly a blitzer for them and i think that's what i'm leak jefferson's best traits it is as a blitzer he did a lot of blitzing for charlie strong was always going after the quarterback i think that he projects well to that role the question is does that role project wealth to the nfl ed really if you're saying that of linebacker one of his top three traits is a his ability to blitz it's it doesn't really say a ton for his overall resume of you're putting together scouting report so i'd like to see a little bit more in terms of his ability to qian diagnosed kenny kenny read a downhill run kinney get into his gap can explode through crease and find the footba like to see more reps that from mali jefferson but he's got all the physical tools you want for the position so he's a really exciting prospect to watch especially at this stage career.