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"clay" Discussed on KCRW
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I Have Been Waiting Week's For This
"To the COKIE podcast cracking die bitcoin day I'm pretty heavy look as a couple of. I'm shouldn't say pretty well, I I can will mugger it. So me these levels it's being taken that pretty major. Writing on the wall. You know, Bitcoin's weekly candle. How many times you on? About that. I to say break ten, five, we have the level little reading wanted to save break was ten fight we have and the raise ten, five items because it's the high of the weekly candle now if you already on my youtube. Go, ahead, just try to call jump on that check it out a little bit because I'm going to do a video to go with this country. So you can actually see levels in say it is being such important. Level they I think. It'd be good to show to you in a visual sense raw the then then just a podcast is well, I'm doing an interview again. Yes I'm I'm going to be interesting to see of cracking Australia today I'm looking forward to it. I'm Donald for a wall saying what I'll I'll know. A really want to know why. So, many exchanges encrypt top companies at targeting Australia I want to get to the bottom of the reasoning full that and the goal share it with the obviously I'll share the these very much looking forward to that. That's going to be in about an hour. Tom Sorry if you've got any questions, I put him into the podcast comment section on pies and all. Old. Full end this one. So we're only now bitcoin. Well, we account at ten, thousand, six, hundred, seventy, five after yesterday having one of the most solid moves high on the clothes in quite some time we were up three point three percent we close at ten, six, seven, thousand, ten, thousand, six, hundred, seventy, five, closing up around the higher ratings of that can which is a very positive song are lucky with bitcoin. Now, the daily does have a slightly higher low it's not the most clean highlighted as much. 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Microsoft Bid for TikTok Rejected
"Microsoft says its bid for Tiktok was rejected by China. they they announced according to Microsoft officials and other people involved in negotiations. The Chinese company Tick Tock rejected Microsoft's offer. Boom. So, Oracle is the last man standing. I should point to a New York Times article from a few days ago tick tock bid highlights Oracle's public embrace of trump. So So I think the the stars are lining up for Larry Ellison's Oracle to own. Tiktok what they would do with it or whether they would be good stewards of it is not an issue obviously for anybody except maybe the. Clay is that they're just going to reject everything because they don't want US company to buy them. Great. Yeah. I mean they announced I think they had hoped the Chinese government announced. that you bite dance the company This morning told the US tick tock rhythm is under no circumstances for sale. So? I think that was probably the hope. That? That would put the Kibosh on the deal. Entirely this is from the South China. Morning Post.
Dakotas lead US in virus growth as both reject mask rules
"Actor coronavirus Regina king infections puts on her in director's the Dakotas hat and have introduces been growing faster her film than one anywhere night else in in Miami the nation about over the a last young two Muhammad weeks Ali Johns to the Hopkins Oscar University race researchers say north and South it Dakota was quite have led the country in per capita cases the states the film have also takes posted place after some the of twenty the country's two year highest old the heavyweight positivity champion rates Sonny Liston for covert it's a nineteen fictional tests account of a conversation nearly twenty between two the percent boxer in who North later Dakota became Mohammed in seventeen Ali percent and Malcolm in South X. Jim Dakota Brown and Sam that's an Cooke indication who there discussed are more inequality infections look than tests at racism are catching against them the and infections how to use have been their spurred celebrity by schools is changing and universities Regina re king opening says it as also well as mass speaks gatherings to what's happening like the today Sturgis with the motorcycle police killings rally of black which drew people hundreds we of thousands have this opportunity of people from across or the country health officials in twelve states chit have to reported over use three hundred our art cases and among people in in who a attended powerful the way event the film none stars the less out the as governors hostile of as north the autumn and junior South Dakota Kingsley both Ben of Adir whom are Republican and he like all right have resisted as Cassius mask clay requirements I'm Julie Walker I'm Ben Thomas
Regina King introduces 'One Night in Miami' to Oscars race
"Actor Regina king puts on her director's hat and introduces her film one night in Miami about a young Muhammad Ali to the Oscar race it was quite the film takes place after the twenty two year old the heavyweight champion Sonny Liston it's a fictional account of a conversation between the boxer who later became Mohammed Ali and Malcolm X. Jim Brown and Sam Cooke who discussed inequality look at racism against them and how to use their celebrity is changing Regina king says it also speaks to what's happening today with the police killings of black people we have this opportunity or chit to use our art and in in a powerful way the film stars out as hostile as the autumn junior Kingsley Ben Adir and he like all right as Cassius clay I'm Julie Walker
Steelers' Shazier retiring 'from the game I love'
"Former steeler Ryan shazier officially announced his retirement today he suffered a devastating spinal cord injury in two thousand seventeen has remained a part of the steelers organization on the reserve retired list since he's fought. So hard hoping to play the game he loves again and he was asked today if he would let his sons play football in the future, take a listen. Immobile as love enough and you WANNA play on clay on I almost feel like. Football is the reason I got hurt upon. Is more of myself while appalling should give me a little
Dallas officials plead for caution ahead of Labor Day weekend
"Labor Day weekend brings groups of people together, but new covert 19 numbers out of Dallas County brings a word of caution. Carol these might Gould has that story. Dallas County Health officials are reporting 203 new confirmed cases of covert 19 and a Corona virus death Saturday. There are also 195 additional cases from the Texas Department of State Health Services reporting backlog. Meanwhile, Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins says three day weekends like Labor Day holiday of historically led to more infections as the county saw 10 days after Easter in 10 days after Memorial Day. Jenkins says A similar bump this weekend means it could be spring of 2021 before getting case numbers under control since the first covert 19 related death was reported on March 20th. Dallas County has averaged 5.5 deaths per day.
Call of Duty's Gunsii Talks Change from 5v5 to 4v4 and RosterMania
"Less than twenty four hours after everyone Chaffetz activision blizzard announced the. Four for the next season, which changed from five five to forty four. Now, this is a bit of returned to its roots colored duties sports a four before was how everything used to run but what that change happening gear with no expansion beyond the twelve ts CDL suddenly, twelve spots for pros have disappeared at the highest level the change to forty four reserve the controversial. So players Ford Southern gutsy. Where do you say that change? honestly it's a, it's a very huge change I. Remember growing up being younger watching for before and then seeing the expansion five and an amateur scene that kind of got everyone's hopes up because they it being bobby five there's more spots there's more opportunities there's just there's just more to it. Now going back to forty four it's just a lot of competition. I thought I thought last year in the amateur scene. There was a lot of good talent out there and a lot of good anyone can be picked up this next upcoming year. But how it went back to forty four, it's going to be gladiator. Definitely, it seemed like a lot of teams defaulted to who some of the old guns veterans who've been call of duty for quite a long time this I hear the CDL but we also saw a lot of rookies. You saw the empire shots Utah Mac for the New York subletters really turnaround that team belt midseason, Y- There's value in having some of these young players you know people might recognize some of the big names but having young players having that young energy has shown to be really successful for a lot of teams. Yeah I agree one hundred percent I see a lot of the older people, all the people that commute competed saying how people always forget but I think there's just a lot of talent emceeing that you just have to take a chance like. There's just so much talent out there. There's so many people unknown people that don't get that chance. It don't have the connections to get to the next level, but they have that potential night just feel like if more professional teams take a chance on the obscene or brought more spotlight that it can just show like the potential we have in here. Absolutely you know previous success is not necessarily an indicator that you're going to continue being graded a game call of duty is just a game that changes each year at East sports in in all people just fall off at a certain point you gotta be make sure you're bringing in the young players, the people that could really source the seen few like the teams that are having the most success because if you could just grab a guy that was great on optic for years ago, dot com out any particular. Maybe. But that's not necessarily going to be great CDL. So you have to make sure that you're up-to-date with WHO IS THE BEST Of the youngest of the upcoming right now, I mean it has been a while since we've had new players like into the scene lake. I personally feel I. Don't personally feel but I, think it's time for like a new generation of that would make sense like I'm not calling them old but. I don't know I don't know where I'm going with this. No I. Think you're right. I talked about this a little bit with Mac on the show is that there's sort of a changing of guard first of all word the CD L. wherein entirely new eastward structure we've already seen. J.. Cap Who is one of those guys who's long time success retire we saw Karma retire we saw you know. Empire wins the championship at its. cloister that they drop waster. I can kramer clay for a second but yeah, they drop Claes who's now a three time world champion at keep the rookies keep some of the the other guys that. So it's feels like there is a bit of a changing of the guard. It's just up to some of those team managers to be like, okay we're gonNA take the chance on somebody who maybe doesn't have the pedigree but has the skill, and then they could start just you saw with Mac is hey, does it take long? If you start having success, you can start building your own brand. quickly.
Dallas County Moves COVID-19 Risk Level Down To ‘Orange – Extreme Caution’
"Covert threat level for Dallas County has been lowered for the first time since May. We get details from K R l D saw Austin your Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins lowered the county's cova 19 risk level from red. Stay at home. Stay safe, too orange. Which is extreme caution to stay in orange and eventually moved to yellow. We all need to continue to follow public health recommendations for masking physical distancing. And hand hedging, he says. This also means certain ages of students are safe to go back to in person learning on school campuses, you could feel comfortable sending back your up to second grade students. And then making sure they have a lot of distance. You're 33 fives. You'll dio virtual learning for your over six grade students until such time as we can move the yellow, Jenkins says. We must still engage in safe practices over this Labour Day weekend. To avoid any Spike
Dallas Mayor Urges No Relaxation in COVID-19 Precautions as County Drops Risk Level
"Some positive news coming out of the county Judge Clay Jenkins announced they're lowering the risk level from red, which is the worst stayed home. Stay safe to orange, which is extreme caution. He says this weekend's Labor Day weekend You gotta be vigilant, Great job. On July 4th and wearing your mask and not going out to big stranger celebrations and big group celebrations. We didn't see that spike on July 4th. We've got tow have another holiday this weekend like late Labor Day has to be like July 4th Wass. He says county doctors suggest pre K through fifth graders cannot take part in in person learning on school campus. What they are recommending are strongly discouraging is is any of our students. Great six through 12. Jenkins says the health Department wants to see the county go from orange to green before they recommend in person learning for six through 12th graders.
Dallas County Moves COVID-19 Risk Level Down To ‘Orange – Extreme Caution’
"And there's a color coded scale in Dallas County measures the spread of Corona virus, and it's been dropped for the first time since May, Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins lowered the county's cova 19 risk level from red. Stay at home. Stay safe, too orange. Which is extreme caution to stay in orange and eventually moved to yellow. We all need to continue to follow public health recommendations for masking physical distancing. And hand hedging, he says. This also means certain ages of students are safe to go back to in person learning on school campuses, you could feel comfortable sending back your up to second grade students. And then making sure they have a lot of distance. You're 33 fives. You'll dio virtual learning for your over sixth grade students until such time as we can move the yellow, Jenkins says. We must still engage in safe practices over this Labor Day weekend to avoid any
Dallas County Reports 217 New Positive COVID-19 Cases
"County reporting 217 new cases yesterday 24 additional deaths. Those numbers they're up at county Judge Clay Jenkins says. Infection rates and hospitalizations are trending down. That's good news. Tarrant County 411 new cases with four new deaths. Dent County had 171 new cases Collin County, They haven't reported in a while and they came in with 23 new cases. Yesterday,
Dallas - North Texas Prepares To Take In Evacuees From Hurricane Laura
"Laura, Laura, expected expected to to make make landfall landfall tonight tonight or or early early tomorrow tomorrow in in North North Texas Texas is is helping helping evacuees evacuees from from the the Houston Houston and and Galveston Galveston areas areas by by opening opening at at least least 1000 1000 hotel hotel rooms rooms spread spread out out across across Dallas Dallas and and Fort Fort Worth. Worth. Here's Here's Dallas Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins things government aid. You sumbitch. They family for those who need it that will be hotel ribs free of charge. Jenkins says they aren't doing group shelters due to Cove. In 19 concerns, he says, all evacuees will be tested as they arrive. The
the top 100 podcasts in your country on Spotify
"Hi I'm Michelle Obama Michelle. spotify has revealed the top podcasts at the summer based on total number of listeners from June the first to August fifteenth and even though it only launched at the end of July, the Michelle Obama podcast was the global number one with quote millions of listeners the rest of the top five were NPR news now the daily coal her daddy and the Ted talks daily. Michelle Obama may be the number one global podcast but what was the number one podcast by Toyota listeners in the US or the UK or another fifty-six countries? We got all the data everywhere from Belgium it to Bolivia as an exclusive today, you'll find it links from our show notes and our newsletter today. At, any amounts of podcasters apple podcasts has announced that their audio search has been expanded to a number of different languages and their podcast is support website has been further enhanced. If you haven't got better email, don't worry. We've got it and we've linked to it in our show notes and our newsletter today Babble, which says it's the top selling language learning. APP has added an in apple podcast player containing all the podcasts from Babbel podcast for Italian Spanish. English and French learners are available with additional content designed specifically for English and German. Speakers say that they've seen a two hundred percent increase in new registrations. Of the global pandemic. Premium Polka service supporting cast has added a new feature dynamics subscriber messaging. This allows you to send personalized messages to your subscribers to thank them up, sell them to higher price tail even warn them about an expiring credit card. Triton. Digital has released its latest latin-american podcast report total downloads for the top one hundred podcasts have gone down from twenty point three, million to nineteen point six, million this time around coinciding with the highest number of new cases in the pandemic in the region. US automakers Chevrolet has made their first podcast sponsorship working with blue wire media to sponsor t one Greg Olsen and blueberry has highlighted. Top podcasts hosted produced or promoted by women for today National Women's Equality Day. And podcast news podcasting essentials focuses on the law of music, piracy and privacy. In this case, he's Australian law, but most law aligns across the world on these things. The podcast also features three people called Nicole interesting facts. Nicole was the number ten most popular name in Australia in one, thousand, nine, hundred, ninety out of the top one, hundred chart in two thousand and trade maybe it's not that interesting. The F- you best friends forever. University is a new podcast from Dallas lgbtq personalities, Bradford Chitter and Ryan Brockton which aims to teach you thing two about being your most authentic self even if that means acting like someone else along the way and true crime podcast in the red clay is the sixth ceres from imperative entertainments podcast division launched yesterday with Cumulus Media's Westwood One. It funds the most dangerous manning Georgia history, billy Sunday burt,
Dallas County Reports 217 New Positive COVID-19 Cases
"Passed away from Corona virus. One of the victims man from Mesquite and his 30 did not. Have any kind of underlying health conditions. Counties also reporting another 217 positive cases kind of judge Clay Jenkins says the county continues to show a good trend in lowering numbers of infections and hospitalizations. It may be a big
Dallas County Task Force Addresses Police Response
"Force of cities and nonprofits across Dallas County out with recommendations for potential changes to the way police in the county respond to emergencies. The story from K R Oldies addled Sky A judge Clay Jenkins says he met with city managers from across Dallas County, as well as leaders of different faiths and non profits for six weeks after protests started over the death of George Floyd. That working group is now made recommendations to change use of force rules and a shift budget priorities toward mental health services, housing and employment. The group says Dallas police should no longer responding mental health calls unless a gun is involved. Instead, teams of mental health professionals who work in counseling or social work will respond. The group also urges Dallas County in cities to increase funding for alternatives to police response in their budgets for next year. Alan Sky, a news radio 10 80 year old 11
COVID-19 updates: Dallas County reports 574 new cases, 6 deaths
"State says 215 people died Saturday from covert 19. Who's eight says breaking it down Dallas County reports now six new deaths and 574 new cases Saturday and 862 additional cases from the states back lock. Despite the number of cases this past week, Judge Clay Jenkins said Saturday the county and one of the lowest reported weeks for death since mid June, Tarrant County reported 22 covert related death Saturday. Seven of those were from July. In Denton County reported 145 new
New arrest made in death of 10-year-old Makiyah Wilson in Washington, DC
"Two years since a little girl was killed in her Northeast neighborhood as she walked to an ice cream truck. Now U. S marshals have arrested the last man wanted in connection with her killing they found about a home in Fredericksburg. Virginia, wasn't two years after DC police say a spray of gunfire killed 10 year old Michael Wilson, DC police source confirms Isaiah Murchison was arrested in Virginia and will be extradited. Purchase and faces 22 charges in connection with what police have said was a gang related retaliatory shooting in July 2018. They killed the girl in her northeast neighborhood of Clay Terrace. Police have been looking for Murchison since May of last year. His brother, Antonio is one of the nine men and one woman already indicted in the case. It was a $20,000 reward for a tip that led to a successful prosecution. Meghan Cloherty. W GOP NEWS. It's been nearly three
"What was so big about movable type. Well movable type meant that each letter had its own little block and they could be arranged in any format that was needed to make any text. Prior to that, the entire page of text had to be carved in one single block of wood like an enormous stamp. Now, consider the amount of time it would take to carve one such block then multiply that by the number of pages in even the shortest book. Any printing press was an improvement over hand-lettered manuscripts but the Gutenberg press could print over two hundred pages per minute which gave the world what would be called the Gutenberg forty two line, Bible. Books and the ideas that they contained were no longer the exclusive purview of the very wealthy. Greater access to ideas and information was a causative force behind such things as the renaissance, the Protestant reformation and the industrial revolution. But Gutenberg did not create the first movable type press. A printing press with movable metal type was developed in Korea during the Goria Dynasty, which ran from eight nineteen to thirteen ninety, two in a desperate attempt to preserve religious texts in the face of a Mongol invasion. The effort was successful but only just barely. A single copy of a single volume of one book remains. It's called the G, which is the abbreviated title of a Korean Buddhist and policy whose title can be translated as in theology of great Buddhist priests Zen teachings. GDP is easier to say. The key is a collection of experts from the teachings of the most revered Buddhist monks throughout successive generations collated by a monk named Kyogon. It was published in two volumes in thirteen, seventy two though the first volume has been lost completely. Further weakening the Gutenberg was first position. The Korean press wasn't even the first press that had movable type. The earliest known non-metallic movable type press was developed in China in the tenth. Century. That press used clay blocks which would prove to be too fragile. Though, it was thought to have directly influenced the Korean. design. There's also evidence that Gutenberg's press may not be an example of simultaneous invention. A record in the Swiss Museum of paper indicates a papal delegation to `gorio brought printing technology back to Europe. Korea's claim to origination carries some serious bone fee days in the form of two thousand one edition to the memory of the world program by UNESCO the United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization. Three years later, the Jiechi memory of the world prize was created, which quote recognizes instiutions that have contributed to the preservation and accessibility of documentary heritage to safeguard against collective amnesia neglect the ravages of time and climate conditions and willful and deliberate destruction. If the listener would like to see the Jixian person they might want to bone up on their French. Rather than reposing rightfully in Korea, the G. has been kept in La Bibliotheque Nationale France in Paris. It was acquired under let's call them unclear circumstances by the first French Console to Korea and past Tula Bibliotheque upon his death. The consensus in Korea is unsurprisingly that they would like it to be returned that cultural artifacts belong in their country of origin. La Bibliotheque adamantly refuses arguing that the Jiechi is out of humanity's common heritage and therefore doesn't belong to anyone. Which raises the question at least in this reporters mind. If it belongs to everyone and therefore no one. What would it matter if they gave it back? On a brighter note, a wood carving print of the cheeky is currently kept in the National Library of Korea. Sometimes a person we remember as the first to do something wasn't preempted by someone else. They merely failed to complete the thing they're credited with. Such as the case with Ferdinand Magellan the name long attached to the first circumnavigation of the earth.
"clay" Discussed on Even Money
"Being number one rated sportsbook APP in the country and for good reason I'm Ross Tucker former NFL offensive linemen got a bunch of PODCASTS I. Love Them. We do miss a day early because we've got some scheduling issues later in the week. So Kudos to my man Steve for being able to do this a day early. Very excited about our. Guest might play I. If you think Steve I is a numbers. Guy Mike. Clay is a numbers guy. This is going to be an numbers convention on Today Show It is absolutely unbelievable checkout Steve. He's the only time winner of the Stupor contest at the West Gate Casino on twitter at as exports I'm at Ross Ducker NFL across the board twitter Instagram facebook intern. Casey's doing an unbelievable job on our social media platforms. So please. The KUDOS at Ross Tucker pod an addition to your podcast at we are now on youtube, youtubecom slash Ross Tucker, and you can see what's the actually looks like and you can see today's guests Mike Clay from ESPN. Might play NFL might welcome aboard. Yeah, good to be here. I. I appreciate you talking to, Yep is a numbers guy and then conveniently for watching a video of a bunch of jerseys behind the all kinds of numbers I even have. A Dale EARNHARDT number three down here I got the NFL Jersey. So we're numbers Galore here today. So Steve This is funny I don't know when I realized it but I have admired Mike's work for a long time. There's a lot of that I like about A. He'll he'll post who the head coach and coordinator is for every team on social media I share and Brab Badboy When he posts the offensive lines, I love Benegas projections for like every player and it was a few years ago. I realized number one steve grew up like thirty five. Mike drew up the like thirty, five north of me in. pottsville Pennsylvania home of Jingling lager. America's oldest brewery and my high school actually plays Mike in the first game every year and then he went to college in Berks County. Books Town University? Right near where I where I grew up. So didn't realize that Mike had so many local connections until a couple of years ago Steve. So you got some second week in a row actually you got the logo connection. Let me test you real quick. Can you name any NFL players that went to Cookstown University.
"clay" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Weekly
"Get to the film. It pays his dues to lots of these amazing. Second Half of the twentieth century sat periods. Folk horror pieces which find a general Satan's claw have both been mentioned, but it doesn't mean very originally kind of brings in this western quality. How did you metabolize those influences? When you're looking at this story that you'RE GONNA? Tell I'm I'm from the beginning I as a western. That was really the the the rake amendment. Realizing that could come at the sister in this through that seventies, western lands. Mind can't can show me. The can Mak- gripping thrilling narrative out of almost a single location smullen. Barack says no no very much money. And so as The I dare it will it will. Also realizing that there was a great way to capture the different ideological stances of the various actors at the moment because I could will be condensed into this. Trauma drama, you mentioned that kind of the possibilities presented by genre work within the confines of budgetary constraints. You know they single location, which wax extremely powerful in the film at the price changes as the actors as their experiences develop. I think at the moment you know. There's been this kind of protracted sort of reappraisal of the horror foam and I guess. Part of that has been people waking up to the way that jumper can be used as a blueprint for what is less compelling storytelling. You know that people are aware that it's not just pulp anymore. Did you feel that as you're making? The film was not something that you kind of really thinking about you. Most levels to a phone and it's quite possible to have. And still give you think about I'm at the same time it can function on vices levels, which is interesting I. Guess the making straight drama. Or you kind of hoping to set up with this I. mean beyond this kind of expiration this point in history on this genre things. What did you say something that you debut the Great Ecstasy Robot Michael? Cut Footage from the war in Iraq that was kind of taking place around the time of its release against scenes of extraordinary violence that the common on what was happening in the day. Did you see this film as having a similar message or was really much more about exploring that time and exploring those kind of modes of filmmaking the past helps us one son, president and seventeen hundred still has to teach us so I. Guess that was unite the draw. There isn't a specific message. To kind of around message on people's rights to think. They can watch it and enjoy wearing conclusions an former allegiances. Some people might fillmore affinity towards one car to another. We've had a lot of different reactions. Onset was a particularly intense shoot. I mean it was very protracted so I I think that was the the main fading. That's going to grind gradually getting three things of sixty day experience, they'll call of changes in weather. We had some flooding. The sets the missed post problem. Every time the wind shifted direction the machines. Around the same time to get constantly line as.
"clay" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
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"clay" Discussed on The Fighter And The Kid
"Sorry I'm wearing. My sunglasses have got his lips operation. Gosh! See My is. Now did you get beat with two bats or one I got be with two bats, but apparently the swelling. We'll go down and. Better apparently, this is this is this is permanent. WHO's like strong by more BS THAN I? That's right. This is permanent and this is what I'm. GonNa look like so thank you very much. Is it going to do the podcast without him on, but it might be too distracting, so we might want to keep this on now. Let's not distracting right right. Does it hurt? Though, does it hurt? It doesn't hurt. To hurt. Your eyes just don't have a lot of maybe nerve endings and. I don't know what gets better soon yup. I think Brennan. At least talk about this You guys follow the news if you're alive. If you've been following the twitter thing the way we have you know what's going on with our friend Chris. I'm not you know that when these situations? People in Hollywood. Tell you what to say. And I said to Brennan what we can do is tell the truth and I'm not gonNA. Sit here I'm a man and I define myself on how I respond to these situations in real time when the pressure is really on. And so, this is what I'll say. I always knew Christmas a ladies. Man I have never and I must say this I have never seen or heard of him doing anything illegal. Ever. This is a shocking to me as I'm watching this happen I. Don't know what to think and I. Don't know what to say I don't. But I have I'm GONNA say again. I have personally never heard. Or seen. Him Do anything illegal. That's all I can say and right now I have to believe that because he's still a friend. and. It may be unpopular. Say That, but I I don't know what else to say. I don't know what else to do, and I'm not going to be. I'm not going to be some I I just think it's an impossible situation and I'm I'm just at a loss. I'm at a loss and I'm praying I'm praying that. What I'm hearing isn't true. Maybe that's the best way to put it. My can't talk. Gives. It's a weird thing because I said the to Brennan I said. It's like. It's like watching someone, die or something. And also just A. Is that we haven't spoken to Chris no and. He's never been. We never been on the road. I'm on the road with him. About fourteen years ago once. When he was. Just beginning, but I've never on the road with them so I. Don't know I don't know I. Don't know what to think and I. Don't know and that's what's so frustrating. It's just sad, yeah. So anyway. Yeah. Sometimes, that's the best thing to say is to say. I don't know what to say and I'm just I don't know man. Yeah it's it's. It's a fucked up. Thing I can't talk. Well, that's appropriate. That's appropriate right now. You can just you can just pray that. That nothing's true because no matter. What the facts are whatever comes out. I'm shocked as anyone. I'm hurt a matt. I'm fucking Matt Man. I'm mad at him. Okay? Okay back back. Now, your lids are the worst I thought. Your lives would be the. Doctor Lizardo the my concern. Concern. That's right. You know you look awful. Yeah, yeah, well, the doctor goes. Oh, great, perfect, great job! It'll go down a little bit. We'll take the stitches out on Monday. I was like. I wouldn't have done. We're the stitches that yeah. They're up there along the LID. It's so crazy, and then I was I was picking his brain on how faceless work and they take your face off Oh do they take your face the movie they can do they. You have velcro. Essentially. It's like this weird fashioned thing where they. So. Don't kid yourself. Anybody's got in. The face has had their face basically taken off, and just though this is a short operation, isn't it? Simply shorts operation which is which takes? Two hours a lot of times. He standing there sitting for ten hours. Surgeons like that. Too Yeah maybe you're under two showers. Yeah I'd Google the Google the whole procedure. Did you feel terrible when you woke up? you know what he's just so unhealthy I guess it is because I woke up and I didn't even know where I was I put my pants on i. was talking apparently apparently me out, and I was like this I was like anesthesia's show. Bad through. It is right. Yeah one of the worst do to your body. This I'm sure I'm sure you're a nerve blocker. It's everything you've and then the an antibiotics don't make you feel good, so I was like. Hey, let's take these news like. Is that hurt the upper. It doesn't hurt. It's just it's just I feel like I'm i. feel like I just pushed my face into a giant cactus like balloon like a water balloon. I feel like I'm putting my face on a water. You like you're underwater. Yeah. How long do they go back to normal? Because we're in the fight on Saturday think it'd be normal by then. Hey here. You have a little thing on your knows what there is little boys or something like piece of lint is bothering me, thanks. Yeah, so. So there's that. Papa got his lips done. Yeah, I will never get any plastic surgery. SUCI. Get No, IT'S SO NASTY! I mean I hope I. Don't you know hopefully you're not all fucked up, but. The Kodak all the procedures they've gone. My is so unhealthy when you look at what she's been through like that one girl can please completely different, highly complete information just complete. I mean is breaking bones fucking changeling y'all they put in plant break. You extend their hips. Ribs are they yeah. Smaller, that's how they get the the. Can remove read. Let me, see if. Be and then they blow out there. I don't believe that I promise. People do all the time. Removal surgeries remove one or more ribs. That's fucking. Celebrities have been Let me say who's that blonde? The Guy or the? High the the girl looks like a WHO's that's so weird. And then they were those. Were they going or something? Of course, of course it. Well people have been doing that for centuries with us to faint when they do it. Pixie her name's Pixie well not removed it to get a fourteen inch waist. Let's not worry about Pixie right now, let's guy let's talk about the guests we have today. Clay Travis on. He's one of my favorite people in media He's been my MVP in this Corentin. He's a guy who's kind of. You know I say mainstream media's the. On enemy these days, but with Clay Travis he's kind of a no shit. No nonsense he got. You just goes with like as a fact based guy when it comes to sports his. You know his outkick the coverage show. It's a sport show, but he's the guy who you'll get a lot information on corona. He does a positively posted radio in corona. Talked about you know. The drew brees situation the the The Mike. Gundy situation everything kapernick situation, but he's the Guy Gary Go-to for sports. I'm looking forward to yeah. I am looking forward. What is he was a lawyer? A lawyer. You know he went on the road with a you. Just open up for him looked a little bit like luke crackle. well. Almost, but not really a little bit like like records like all the older brother. Is Smart Guy I'm sure you'll just very smart I like I like his tweets. I I feel like He. He's one of the few. That makes sense, yes, so. So kicked the coverage Yup. Okay covers! The show is my daily listen. He's out. In the. Cookie monster suit. We're. down. down. The lobster. Well, that's. Sometimes you had a little something strange for the show. You know that's right. One of the Malka guys, Dan. He's a huge fan, said that he's joining a that Guy Jason Whitlock now for new show. Not I don't I. Remember going to cover a made. It was not. Look was scary here..
"clay" Discussed on Legacy-Dads Podcast
"Legacy data podcast there authentic, transparent, and not always politically correct Lance Dante. Hey, everyone, welcome. The Legacy Dad's. My name is Dante my partner Lance. How are you my friend? Pretty good him back on quarantine, but Other things! So, just when you thought you could get out now you get sucked right back in Yeah, yes, let literally twelve hours before we were supposed to start people back to work, they They shut it off so. Yeah. Wow well, I'm. I'm on week. Twelve feels like we two, hundred, sixty, nine and we are going at least through the end of June and our Chicago office has been a fishery closed down. The building is no access and until protests and or other stuff continues to slow down stop, but yeah were were quarantined a home that moving before we get before we go any further. Let's get a little business out of the way. Legacy Dad's is your biblical. Dose of manhood, this podcast is for men, husbands and fathers in all stages of life where we promote an advocate proven biblical principles for leaving a legacy. You Know Lance. I I've been praying. I've been sad and I've been lamenting the recent TRAG- tragedy and horror of a man being murdered by another man and the world, watch intently as This porn murderer with viral. You know my heart is broken. I'm a lamenting and after the recent writing and violence and personal property destruction that we've seen I. Find Myself You know angry, but not really what you would think of of the why it's much more complicated than that. You know a don t just being all transparency here when I. When I watched the video. Broke down got emotional and I went to my wife and I was asking I said. I, don't I don't care what color you are. I was like. How do you as a as a human being? Not. have any compassion and empathy for someone who's clearly gasping for their life like I. It was beyond couldn't understand that. and I kind of went into this mode of. I know from past experiences. To just start running, my mouth is probably not a good thing, and it's probably good to shut up and listen for a little bit, and so I, got on social media and I started looking at you know some of the African American leaders we fall pastor mason passer Doug Logan People like that, and just looking at and and looking for wisdom and guidance in in some of the words and you know in in. Both those men have been saying this for a long time. The church needs to do more when these situations arise. The church should be a uniting factor. The should not be a political issue. There should not be a denominational issue it should be the church should take. Leadership in this and and lead people in times like this I think the community needs to come together as well and you know I've been really quiet on social media, but I'm really encouraging. People I'm saying. This everybody is outraged. Everyone agrees as wrong. Do not use this. As a way to divide people on ideological or political lines, or whatever that is now what we need right now. And especially in the church I think we need to rise above this and do more. We need to come together and have discussions or just bring leaders into a room and listen because it's getting frustrated. It's getting frustrating to see this over and over and over again. And and then we get upset for a few days, and then it just goes back to normal and I think. This is the straw that broke the camel's back of my mind and I'm hoping. I'm hoping and praying that we can move forward finally from this and not be sitting here six months from now talking about this again. The Up I. You know it's I'll tell you. I've been really struggling I. know words nothing to say. Finally you know listening to the Holy Spirit. I just talked to my brother in Christ. Who is our guest on this podcast? We're going to introduce him here in just a few moments, but his name's Jamie Clay and the other day you know Jamie is a leader of his church. You know he's leader in the business world he is an african-american, and he understands all this much better than I ever will or can and the words of wisdom that he shared with me, and his heart in all, this gave me great hope and we need to reach out to these young men, and educate and show love and understanding as the church, instead of anger and malice violence should never be the answer to overcome the issues that this nation has. Put Out A. Did The for the legacy I did the blackout Tuesday thing yesterday, but I made sure and I said that I said you. We absolutely. I don't think we have the right to tell people how they feel anger, rage protests, and and I think we absolutely support people's right to peacefully protest. You know a lot of people throw around the words of Dr Martin, Luther King. Junior you know seen this a lot on social media hate begets hate. Violence begets violence. toughness begins greater toughness. We must meet the faces of hate with. With the power of love and the aim, and our aim should be never defeating humiliate the white man to build the win his friendship and understanding, and I grew up those great words, and all that but I don't want to sit here especially as a white man with blinders and try to tell people how they grieve how they mourn or the anger. They feel, but I do say that. You know looting violence against other people or against property is just is not the answer, but I understand the frustration in the range of people are feeling when we're dealing with this situation yet again. so just want to put that out as a disclaimer to everybody. Yeah and I appreciate that Lance you know I I met. Jamie, and our multi partnership church. You know a bunch of churches, a good together, and we have a church leadership training. Program? It's called leadership training residency. We have this for you know if you WANNA be a worship leader. If you're going down the track track of you know being a campus pastor along the like, and this is a man who has had a lot of experience, both in and out of the church as I said. He is a gifted preacher and leader in his church living springs. Levi's at the riverdale campus, but before any further into this podcast. Let me welcome Jamie to this podcast. Welcome Jamie you know before we get going into the what I would call the meat of the PODCAST. Why don't you give us a little bit of your story? And you had a fascinating story as I remember back in Lt are and kind of your background growing up in the city of Chicago. The first of all, thank you Dante lands for having me here. You know for me, you know as I share my background I am a born and bred with is Chicago and an eighties, my neighbor, who was voted one of the most dangerous neighborhoods in the city. And is not wasn't even the projects and so look at her capital. There was more crime happening. Am I. Neighborhood My my father was one of the original gangster. Disciples in the city of Chicago. And so that's the environment. That I grew up in. And you know this strange thing about is that I always knew there was something different, but sometimes you become subject to your environment, and I think a lot of times. You're not there. Is hard to try to even think about how individuals are impacted or the struggles that they have on a daily basis I had to remind myself as I've been living in the suburbs for the last twenty something years I had to remind myself about where I was at that point in time in life and the things that I was dealing with and struggling with And so Tony Raise went to school on the west side and Chicago guy wrapped up into gains even at one point a hit out on my life. At the same time. My girlfriend was pregnant with my daughter. And so I decided to join the military. Mainly mainly because I want it to be alive to see my daughter. But also understanding that I needed more structure in my life Grew up again. On a West I got into The military came home and really started to get my life together, and you know I believe. God has created us all to be leaders and I. Thank God that he has allow me to be a leader not only while I was in a gang, but even in the business world I worked for some of the large. Large organizations out there rank halls, they news for at and T. COM CAZ, waste, management, and also the University of Chicago Medical Center. I've been in customer.
"clay" Discussed on Seek Outside Podcast
"Well I think I don't. I think I covered it pretty well in that video after I shot my elk. This last season That was a pretty comprehensive. Basically the way I'd do it I I usually at least for the past. I don't know six or seven years. I've been doing the gutless methods and just you know it's just so much nicer to not have to fill those gut down. There's no real reason to do it anyway. I mean you get tenderloins out You can even get the Rim need if you WANNA go in between the ribs and all that stuff you do all that without full in the of the animal and I do usually pull the hard out But you can cut a couple of ribs you know and get through there for that but as far as like any of the other. Oregon's liver and all that stuff I I don't care for it But if someone did I mean they could. They could get to that from the top of the animal using the gut with method. Without you know still without spilling guts out But I think you know folks haven't tried that they should definitely give it a try and then Check out the video and not that on my channel. I think as far as my thoughts on tips on the job experience experiences. A big part of it Just knowing where the meat goes and where the bones are and where you need to cut To really clean job lot of that discounts with experience. Unfortunately you know if you're breaking down your I it's probably not gonNA look as clean as if you're breaking down your pants or y'all grew up till hunting so we I don't know how many white tails broken down before I did my first elk. I literally don't know It's been a lot So I've got a good idea of where the Sirloin is. And how to cut the loins out and and all that stuff and you can fillet that stuff next to the bone with relight cuts and just kind appeals out and you don't you don't lose much doing it that way okay. Yeah so even when he talking more about the butchering they actually like quartering on the field. and really just kind of about at all. I think the thing that I think that times I've hunted with Nathan that I makes him really good at it is he seems to have a tremendous amount of patients during the process. Right I have a little bit of our hard time with my patients. I'm like Oh let me get this thing on my back and get a load out of here right Versus you know well. Let's just take our time. This might take three hours here or whatever right you know look at it. What is the best way to cut this every animal at least in the field? A lot of times. It's a little bit different. They rarely expire in this beautiful flat park in the handle that has nothing around and no dirt or tall grass. Just coming up that usually on the side of a hill partially caught up in a tree. Or whatever I really like the one that slide down the hill for ten feet from the place that you started before you get done. It's it's funny but Two years ago Kevin and I did a backpack hunt together and Was By far the most successful Hon. I've ever been all and in three days. I got an elkin meal deer and Kevin got meal there. It's funny both of mine. Expired on probably thirty five or forty degrees slopes piled up on trees and Kevin shot his own forty degree slope ran to the top of the ridge in only only flat spot within a mile perfect. Yeah we were busy packing out on the trip I remember we went to the processors that we took it to writing. They were like you guys know there's horses so now you do home butchering as well. Right do you do all of that like do you prefer to age? The OCHRE D. Ochre deer or or is it. You just do it as soon as you can. Now if the if the weather's right yeah I hang them I mean I've I've only elk and deer for you know ten days just out in a Coverage shed our at our place. I think it makes a huge difference in the in the quality of the tender. It is but have you guys done much of that you know. I tried it for the first time this year because of course I'm in Tennessee. So the weather is not what it is in Idaho Colorado. We don't get days and days and days where it's below freezing at night and it's low humidity which are conditions that you won't for dry aging here. It's it's going to be fifty or sixty during the day. Which is a no-go Kevin mentioned? Something that I guess it comes from home. Brewers they will turn a deep freezer into a refrigerator with an external temperature controller. And it's just a little thing that plugs into the wall cost like twenty five bucks and you plugged the The deep freeze into that and then you put a temperaturepro inside the deep freezer and it it will only turn the deep freezer on when it needs to cool down and you can set a range of temperatures for it so my my buck. I got this past year. I was able to keep the hindquarters in that deep. Freezer at thirty seven degrees. I not cut them up for two weeks Awesome and the convenience factor. Is WELL WORTH IT. You know when you work full-time you've got kids. It takes a while to break down completely break down into steaks and everything and get everything vacuum sealed and put up so being able to do it over two week time span. I'd I'd have a couple of hours. Free just go get a chunk of whatever and bring it to the House and get it processed and backing sealed in the freezer. The convenience factor that for that twenty five dollars temperature controller is amazing in my opinion that that's a real game changer. For me you need to do a little story on that. That sounds interesting it. It was really nice. All I did was put like a couple of milk crates down in the bottom of the deep freezer to get the meet up off the bottom. So it won't sit in water or is and You know I just sat there and and dry aged almost perfectly have you. Have you noticed the difference? Is it better? That was a buck in the heat of the right and he was a four or five year old buck so it's not the greatest venison in the world but it's probably better than it would have been If I had not done that. Yeah and Clay when you're when you're hanging in your meat and you have ideal conditions. What does it? What does that look like like temperature swings? And is it freezing bill real hard at night? Well I'm I'm pretty casual about it. I don't really pay a whole lot of attention to to like having a perfect conditions and sometimes you age like age just because you have to For instance we were in L. A. It's probably been three years ago. I shot a bowl on eighth day as a hunt and I think we were there for two weeks But we were hurting it. You know. Our camp was probably eighty five hundred and it was getting down into the OH. I don't know high twenties at night and then during the day get up the probably sixty degree but it was You know I kept it hung in the shade and then during daytimes I would put a fake Lincoln around the folders and then at night. I'll take that off. And so the meat fade really cold.
"clay" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin
"Set up thirty surgeries thirty soldiers as of August first of last year. They need set up rehab specialists and we have programs from their hometown. You know so. I have been very fortunate. I have not dealt a financial crunch for not one time when it comes to our student athletes and to be honest with you. I haven't felt in the PAC twelve. These these guys have been being with them Over the past six weeks and between Larry Scott and the head coaches in these other programs. Everybody's looking to push four and I've been very appreciative as a guy that's been in college football for twenty six years That I've won in the PAC twelve but most importantly that we at USC right and in this time period because they've really stepped up to the plate per student last one for you clay. Because you've been around so long. This is a an age long question that has gained more steam as time has gone by and the chatter about the power five eventually separating maybe from the NC double A. because they don't really need the NCWA financially. What are your thoughts about something like that down the road? Well you never know. I think things change All the time. I think that As coaches we control What we are capable control of. And that's our football team to be honest with you and the Games that are played them. You know we've been fortunate at USC. The play all the visual in schools At the schools both championships series schools. Excuse me And be able to garner the likes of an Alabama and Notre Dame and not conference but also to garner New Mexico. You know so I I do think that all universities are important in our time period right now. We're all going through changes within college. Football don't know quite where the future is going. It seems to be changing by the day. But as far as head coaches go rhino. Right now we control what we have right in front of us And that's really important. Next season. The opportunity and optimism have you to play a season. That's all together with an entire. Ncaa group at all. Have you heard anything about the start of the season clay and it being either delayed or going out on time? Do we have any any any word on that. Well you know. We're I'd been impact twelve meetings as well as the meeting side. I think everybody is optimistic about having to play a season. I I just don't know from the I think it'll be about six to eight weeks at That will finally Kinda know. Is You know what is the timing of the start of the season? What is the structure of it? I those are unknowns right now you know. We are in weekly meetings both with the as well as the as well as conferences or commissioners or together about putting different structures together and looking at different structures but the optimism is To be able to get in season. What a glorious day that will be because we know we'll be further along putting this crisis Behind us we just don't know right now what that start date is or what the structure of the season looks like right now but it's being worked on daily. I laugh a clear picture probably six weeks from Clay Hilton head coach of your USC Trojans Clay it is always a pleasure to catch up with you. Thank you so much for taking time for us. Thanks again always take guys there. You go play Elton with us here..
"clay" Discussed on X Factor Roping Podcast
"In a war horse out. I didn't wrote very good for Clay Cooper because we should have primary. We won the first story. We enter deadwood. Want any team roper. Chime back then Sally we won. That wrote that. I'M GONNA be rich the rest of my life now and then it just went bad my head horse. Kinda got sore crippled Borrow brothers he had an okay one not as good as mine. Mine was just you know. We didn't know injections back then. I'm just beauty him so much to get Bhai Mani know what's wrong with him. I bet if I injected his front feet he'd been good to go but we didn't even do it back then so it's just like he's limping around one day next day is not and so they're just trying to get through the year but you know hundred and eight ahead a two horse trailer that. I won a single cab dodge with a camper that had another camper that I traded a guy for for a smaller one. And that's how we did it but I have a schedule. I don't even know if I could go through it but what we did one week. You want the schedule I can if I can remember it. I'll start it so I might add in so keep track to write this down and this is when I was like I wasn't ready for this like you're in shape for sometimes. You're older but this schedule. I tell people is like so. I'd never been in humidity like this dodge city. Matric Brooke didn't have air conditioning semi camp so even plugged in at a fan so dot said he can be hotter than young love in August while I just had a camper bacon so I basically just go to the movies all day long and back then we just dodged anyway. It's back to back now but back then. It seemed like we would. There was a bunch more run can still is but there was even more where we kind of based ourselves out of Dodge city. We'd go to Rodeo that night. Come back to dodge city seemed like all week as in Dodge city. I just a movie theater pay for one movie into sit there all day couldn't stand being camper but anyway so we made the Short Dodge city drove all night to loving ton CA slack. Was the next morning from loving drove to Colorado springs rope there from Colorado Springs. Not Going to give you the days in. That can't remember of them but some of them are two in a day from Colorado Springs drove at Torrington Wyoming drove to Colorado Yuma. We drove back to I want. We drove a lot in Oklahoma from Lawton Oklahoma. I don't know if he went back to Levingston in there too. We might have went to Levingston to Latin to Lamar Colorado decanes bird Colorado back to Colorado Springs to castle rock to Napa or to call all in one week in. I don't know I might have missed one there to And that's what I'm eating man wearing me out. That's how they used to do back then. It wasn't it wasn't fun and that's where when kids one hundred thousand. I say one hundred radio. Do you know who tells him? It was great because it wasn't read. I lived it and I did it for like maybe four years. I mean it was. Seven horse lasted one year and he was just basically one year all. It's pretty easy to even like last year. Sixty five rodeos and you'll see kids that are just starting to to get out there and by the After the fourth of July maybe even before the twenty four th Rodeos are like man. I'm tired yeah do what I did that week. I feel like I missed radio somewhere in there but it felt like I drove all night or all day for about eight or ten days straight I give us and I was twenty years old and I was out of shape for it was rough so around that time. Twenty years old. That's that's a year you wrote with Klay And weren't ready for it. I wasn't ready for now. What was that like going into it? Where were you did? You think you're ready or you're nervous or did you feel prepared. Or how did you think about it going into it and then at the end of it too will? I think it was just too dumb to know anything I headed good just off looking back nowadays. There's kids everywhere. The Dinner Bell Know Each Other back down. There is no kids it entered. I was like the only one I mean. There was no one hardly my age. It even hardly roped and So I had no cell phone have no no really learning. I'm just Kinda out there by myself trying to figure it out you know I was reading. The Knicks are Sha- in clay called me to wrote and so I did it on his seven time champ which I must have been looking back I must have been the kid that was heading. Pretty good and he'd been out for a while. He was headman Rodeo in. So maybe a Mom. Suri asked a bunch of guys but maybe weird time of year and You know maybe is supposed to be the next best thing or whatever. I don't know what people talk about back then. I wasn't talking knowing certainly know anyone else. I guess young dome and But I wasn't ready. I headed good for Nick. I felt like but I don't know just not even pressure just a little bit. You Know WanNa do good friend just trying too hard in a way. If I just did like I was doing before. I think I'd have been good to go and I don't know this didn't roped I get which honestly probably was the best thing ever for me in a weird way like that failing because I went with clay didn't do good like I said when the first show we went Didn't wrote good decent at the end of the year but it was almost too late. Rose don't pay like they do now like I mean back then. It was thousand nine hundred a time. You had to win a lot you know. They're hard to get reno paid good. There was a few big hits. A lot of it was just grinded out that it was probably the best thing for me Overall not doing good with Klay because he was you know when you get the legend the known as the best healer of all time when she was already known as that when I started out with him. And you don't do good with him. I go from him to No one wanted to rope with me in the next year. And so Kinda humbling I didn't do very good the next one a Rodeo and so basically then I just quit I I went to a few winter rodeos to Houston and all the you know all the big one rodeos. I got into it. Didn't do any good. And then I went home and just circuit Rodeo The rest of the year and That that's actually where I got good. I felt like started getting a practice to work on stuff. I needed to work on and got better because you know once you start Rodeo and he wrote a lot you don't really get to practice a whole lot and so I kind of got to go home got a circuit rodeos where they weren't as tough and kind of you know. Get to work on it during the week and then go try it out during the weekend. And that's where I felt like I got good enough to you know when I come back a new felt like I was good enough to make the NFL. It's funny about that though because we don't really WANNA get we don't WanNa lose ever but the losing sometimes the big big losses like for you. I'm sure it's been a long time now. But that was probably devastating. Heaven I mean the greatest healer of that time then to not be successful at the end of that summer it has to be really really rough to me and then you know to to take that and be able to go home and refine like hey. This is to to kind of push through like. Hey this is what I need to work on. This is why I need to improve really that. Do you think that's probably one of the moments? It may be set you up for the rest of your career. Yeah I think so At the time I mean you're just like your your devastated that you question if you're good enough and I mean until you start doing good you don't no one really knows you think you got it but you don't know but yeah. I guess sometimes it like you said you think you learn more from failures than success Because you Kinda dig deep and you know figure out. I think the one thing that helped me is just Maho life. I was always so competitive. Everything I don't know why I just to come out that way. I was sports. I mean basketball football baseball. Whether is good or not. I wanted to win at all costs and I just kind of you know. I guess that would carry it over rope and too so just you know. Lose sleep at night trying to figure it out. What do I need to work on how to ride a horse better? Why does this guy you know why he always get a good goal to steer? Why's this got never miss? And just you know why do I Miss Wise Ma Horse Duck and you know all the little stuff like that. How can I get better and you know when I was younger and Steven to this day still same same thing? You feel like you're a little smarter now. The older you get you kinda see stuff maybe a little quicker but but like that like I said back then was tough. There was no x-factor roping. There was no. You know like my kids. Were you know just random that I was coming today? That even though it was coming here today. And they're they watch your youtube videos all the time they were just shown on the big TV. You know because there's no sports on TV so basically it's not for me and we're watching. I don't know it was round one somewhere on Youtube. You know they're just so they're getting to see how it's done right versus when I was a kid. That's why kids I think are so much better now at such a young age I totally agree because I I mean I'll just watch little things. I remember right when I was Kinda getting going. I would pick up on little things. You'd watch a run so many times and then you're just trying to emulate that your mind and you did just a real clear picture of what you wanted to work on but hey the website we we got a new design with it. So it's like a Netflix. So for example with all these robens I'll get the boys hooked up so you need so now you can get in and watch like the full full R- open. Yeah so it's really cool so awesome right. Now we're Corentin. We'll make sure we'll make sure good time. Good time all right. I have this this theory about you're heading and I want you to tell me what you think you you road wall a lot right. Yeah at the beginning. I Two years I wrote I wrote him a lot. So that horse to me. What made him so special. It was the same trip every time. He really didn't duck he he. It was just whatever you did. He kind of was he was so true right. Yeah is that what made him so great. Yeah you know what I see. I had a decent horse when I first Monday was always pretty good. We didn't always. 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"clay" Discussed on Turn Me On
"We are together. I feel it babe I feel it. Yeah but yeah. I think I'm excited for this episode. Thank you offer tuning in for another week and I think we can throw it right to it. All right cool. Hope you enjoy this week's episode Eva. Clay you can find all of her stuff Online she will. She will send you where to go in this conversation and trust me. It's it's It's worth taking a look what she's up to because she's she is a very Very special human She's one of those people that like. I I just I crush on a lot of people but like this is like a this was like a deep like like past lives type crush like I was. I was do you remember Kathleen who wrote Sex after baby why there is none. Yeah Yeah it's very crash too so they're very similar We hope you enjoy it. And Hey if you have a brain boehner or you just have a comment or one a grieve about branding is sex. Life You can send an email term Yon podcast achieve. L. Dot Com and our are are still going strong we can. We can get you through. This is yeah. That's right that's right Butts are still going strong over on instagram. At termi on PODCAST GONNA reach us there and We Love you all for your support. Thank you to all patrons and without further. Do Enjoy this week's episode with Eva Clay. We're recording.
"clay" Discussed on American Elections: Wicked Game
"It's June eighteen. Forty one at the White House Kentucky Senator Henry. Clay arise outside the door to President John. Tyler's office he pauses for a moment gathers Switz- he's about to pitch John Tyler. A controversial idea a third national bank. He takes a deep breath and knocks on the door. Senator Clay Welcome in. Close the door behind you. Clay and the whigs have been fighting for National Bank. Since Andrew Jackson destroy the Second National Bank in eighteen thirty six with the loyal President Harrison dead. You'll have to try and sell tyler on the idea. Thank you for seeing me Mr Vice President Mr President President Sir as you know Congress has made it official Yes of course. Pardon the offense Mr President. Just take some time getting used to. I promise in time I've now been president a week longer than President Harrison was at his passing. It is my hope that the question of titles settled once and for all again my apologies. In fact Mr President it is your ascendancy to this office which brings me here today. His goal in mind Klay Turns on the charm and tries a little flattery. I wish you to know Mr President. I believe you have the ability to equal your predecessor may believe you are a true friend. His 'cause my administration was elected on whig principles. I will hold true to those ideals. Clay Bristles at the words my administration but Tyler is in the White House and if clay hopes to create a national bank. He must convince Tyler man with a pension for states rights. Klay walks delicate line. I have no doubt you will carry out the policies of the whigs Mr President. I believe or rather I should say I hope you will interpose no obstacle to the success of the whig measures especially those surrounding the question of the Bank I have no qualms about establishing the bank Mr Klay. This is music to my ears. Mr President in Washington Sir. Congress has the authority to act at the local level in the district of Columbia. They may charter under a bank here. If it pleases them outside of Washington I would think the constitution leaves further branching of the bank to the wishes of the states Mr President without the power to create branches in other states it will be difficult to attract additional investors. The bank would be insolvent. The states have the right to deny the branching of the bank if they so choose I will veto any bill that says otherwise. Yes you would go against the whigs veto such a necessary bill one drafted by members of your own cabinet. There's a word to describe that sort of behaviour sir. Jacksonian Tyler slaps his hand his desk and roars. I will have you know I supported Jackson's veto up your second bank and I will do so to your third fourth fifth breath and so on it goes against the tenth amendment. You are in full embrace of nullification you. The acting president the President Mr Clay Tyler stands and points toward the Capitol building. Now understand this senator though you and I were born in the same district have fed upon the same food and breathe the same air. We will never agree on this issue. Tyler angrily marches to his office door and flings it open as clay heads for the exit tyler roars. Go now Mr Clay to your the end of the Avenue and they're perform your duty to the country as you think proper so help me God I should mind at this end of it. Is I think proper. Good Day sir. At a cabinet meeting on August seventh eighteen forty one president tyler was presented a bill to establishing shing new National Bank. Nine days later he made good on his threat and vetoed the bill his cabinet. Many of whom had helped author of the bill were beside themselves. The the centerpiece of Henry Clay's agenda. Third National Bank was dead. The Democrats were overjoyed the whigs despondent but determined to fight back uh after his veto the bank bill. A mob of angry wigs marched on the White House. The posse threw rocks at the windows. Fired guns into the air and Hang John Tyler in effigy from a nearby tree the first lady who had suffered a stroke in eighteen thirty nine was limited to living living upstairs in the executive mansion feared for her life. Tyler was left to fear for his political future. His stubborn refusal to play ball with a wigs cost him. Wigs and Congress turned their backs on Tyler and the resistance didn't stop with the Legislative branch on September eleventh eighteen forty one at the urging of Henry Clay every member number of tyler's cabinet resigned in protest. Save one his secretary of State Daniel Webster. Ironically the very man who had I lead the cabinet in opposition against him. Tyler was furious Henry. Clay is a doomed man. He proclaimed but clay didn't see that way close on opportunity to deny John Tyler Tyler. His party's nomination and win the presidency for himself. On March thirty first eighteen forty two klay resigned his seat from the Senate to begin positioning himself for a presidential run in the one thousand four election estranged from his party and under attack from Henry Clay. Tyler felt isolated adding to his feelings of loneliness loneliness. His wife Letitia suffered a second stroke and died on September tenth. Eighteen forty two. It was the first time in. US history a first lady died in the White House. Tyler was emotionally devastated and he was politically vulnerable. He had few allies and even fewer friends sensing weakness Henry. Clay went on the attack. Klay knew that as long as tyler was an office the wings legislative agenda would end in veto they did not have the two-thirds majority to override him. If the whigs were to hold the Raines Washington Tyler would have to go so in January eighteen. Forty three Klay spearheaded an attempt to impeach and remove Tyler from office the impeachment. C'mon vote failed but clay was just getting started since he could not remove tyler he sought to make the office of the president. Irrelevant Klay led an effort to change the threshold of overriding a veto from a super majority of two thirds to just a simple majority. This attempt to cut tyler off at the knees also failed and not long. After after Henry Clay abandoned his crusade against Tyler's presidency instead focusing his efforts on winning his party's nomination in the election of eighteen forty four. Tyler's time in the White House was largely defined by one issue westward expansion. The untamed West was a land of opportunity decades of explorers fur traders and missionaries had slowly established trails and outpost that connected the United States to its territories disputed claims and neighbor Mexico to the West in May of eighteen forty three nearly one thousand people left independence Missouri to follow quite literally in the pass of earlier Americans to settle in the Oregon country. This marked the beginning the long and dangerous process of westward migration. The country was growing and it was only a matter of time before new new states would be added to the union. This aggressive expansion also brought to the forefront of national politics an issue it had managed to avoid for decades slavery. The trial of the Amazon had stirred the passions of both abolitionists and defenders of slavery. Like up until the summer of eighteen forty three Congress had managed to skirt the subject of slavery entirely Henry. Clay had led the effort to sideline the debate on slavery back in eighteen twenty. When you propose the Missouri compromise and agreement that all lands in the Louisiana Louisiana purchase north of the thirty six degrees? Thirty second parallel would be free. State's wwo south of the line would allow slavery in December of eighteen thirty five in order to maintain that peace the US House of Representatives had instituted the gag rule forbidding the house from considering anti slavery petitions these staffs were merely efforts. I delay the inevitable. Neither the Missouri compromise or the gag rule tackled the issue directly. The Nation was split deeply and held together by the most fragile bonds. John's in eighteen forty three those bonds strained to breaking when the Republic of Texas which had just won its independence from Mexico expressed an interest in joining the United United States in June of eighteen. Forty three John. Tyler was desperate to legitimize himself in the minds of the people as he learned from Thomas. Jefferson's Louisiana purchase nothing solidified a presidential legacy like expansion so he turned his focus toward annexing Texas. He found an ally in another former vice president. John C Calhoun of South Carolina. Calhoun was a states. Rights advocate pro slavery like Tyler and he would become come. One of Tyler's closest advisors in July forty three tyler discovered a plot by the British to loan money to Texas if they would emancipate their slaves tyler would not stand for British interference in affairs on the North American continent especially over slavery. Tyler began secret. Negotiations with Isaac Van Zandt the Texas Minister to the United States for the annexation of Texas but on August twenty third eighteen forty three Mexican President Antonio Lopez de Santa Ana threw a wrench in Tyler's plans Mexico did not recognize the independence of Texas. Santa Ana warned that if the United States tried to annex Texas Mexico would view that that action as the US stealing Mexican territory it would be considered an act of war and Mexico would answer with force as the election of eighteen forty four approached the incumbent. Tyler found himself without a party he was all but banished from the whigs and he knew he would not be their candidate. But this only further motivated tyler to pursue pursue the annexation of Texas. If he accomplished the annexation he might be able to earn enough popular support to either run as a Democrat or as a third party candidate undeterred by threats from Mexico on April twelfth eighteen forty four tyler was successful in signing with Texas Tyler Texas treaty. It promised to annex Texas into the Union as a territory as soon as the treaty was approved by Congress in trade for taxes seating all its public Lancy United States the federal government would assume to ten ten million dollars. A Texas is debt. The treaty also left open the exact boundaries of Texas and whether the Republic would be broken into smaller states on April Twenty Second Tyler submitted this treaty to the Senate where it's approval required. A two-thirds majority vote. Calhoun and Tyler plotted to use the issue to build public consensus among pro pro slavery. Democrats whigs first. Calhoun sent a letter denouncing Britain's anti slavery meddling in Texas to the bridge minister. The intent of the letter was to win support for the tree from southern Congressmen who be angered at Britain's interference but when calhoun letter and the terms of the treaty were leaked to the press. The public became convinced. That's the sole reasoning for annexing. Texas was the expansion of slavery. No one could avoid the issue now. A vote for Texas was vote for Tyler which was vote for slavery slavery the election of eighteen forty four had become a referendum on America's most brutal and shameful institution.
"clay" Discussed on American Elections: Wicked Game
"John Tyler. Junior was the very definition of southern gentleman. Born march nineteenth. Seventeen ninety in a gilded plantation in Virginia. Tyler was born of privilege. His father had been the governor of Virginia and a close personal friend and college roommate. Thomas Jefferson both John Tyler senior and Vice President Tyler had shape their political views after Jefferson. John Tyler junior had graduated in eighteen. Oh seven and went on to work in the Richmond Law Office of Edmund Randolph handoff. Who served as George? Washington's Attorney General Tyler had increased his already large fortune when he married Letitia Christian the daughter of another wealthy plantation owner owner and began a career in politics. Tyler had been a staunch supporter of Andrew Jackson in the eighteen. Twenty eight election but over the years. The two men had parted ways during during Jackson's presidency. Tyler had increasingly come to see Jackson as authoritarian rapidly expanding the powers of the presidency and trampling on the rights of states. It was during the nullification crisis of eighteen thirty two. That Jackson's threat of federal force against insubordinate states had finally ended tyler support of old Hickory when Henry Clay on the whig party to oppose the Jacksonian Democrats Tyler had switched parties abandoning the Democrats in favor of the whigs but Henry Clay and John. Tyler did not see eye to eye on every issue. Clay was largely in favor of the federal government taking an active role in controlling the economy of the country through a strong national bank tyler pose such policies believing adamantly in the individual states authority and autonomy but clay tyler had found common cause in their opposition position to Jackson so when Clay Push Congress to censure Jackson Tyler had supported the measure. He felt so strongly about Jackson's need for censure that when his home state of Virginia voted to force him to remove the center. Tyler had resigned. His Senate seat in protest. Tyler's opposition to Jackson had earned him the respect of many prominent whigs. The man like Henry Clay. Those same wigs. Put Tyler on the Harrison ticket in eighteen forty hoping tyler's presence would boost Harrison's prospects in the south and ultimately millie hand him the eighteen forty election they were right Harrison. One but for the WHIGS Vice President Tyler was one thing president. Tyler was another from the very beginning of Tyler's accidental presidency. Henry Clay and others in control of the WHIG party encouraged tyler to relinquish control to the cabinet. Men who who are loyal to the WHIG party platform traditionally all the way back to Thomas Jefferson presidential cabinets had held a great deal of power and authority. It was Andrew. Andrew Jackson the very man tyler despise so much that strengthened presidential authority and often pose his own cabinet. This put tyler dilemma. Does he see control to his cabinet and party. Leadership or emulate Jackson. The man he loved Tyler chose to cement his own authority. He would not be subservient to the cabinet habit or the political whims of Henry. Clay and the whigs in his inaugural address. Tyler gave what he called a brief exposition of the principles which will govern me. In the General the course of my administration the various Certian that was his administration was excoriated in the press in the House of Representatives emotion was called to a force upon tyler. The title of Vice President now exercising the duties of president though the motion failed. It was clear that no one considered tyler the precedent except for Tyler and after the attempted mutiny. At his first cabinet meeting on April sixth eighteen forty one president tyler set out to seize the reins of power and prove his legitimacy. It would be a hard fought battle on multiple fronts. Tyler's political enemies called him his accidents and refused to obey his orders. Many challenge the language anguish particle to and only referred to tyler. As acting president. Others went to work trying to establish a special election for a new president former president. John Quincy Adams called Tyler's assertion of presidential power a direct violation of both the grammar and context of the Constitution. Still Tyler would not relent. He entirely early refused to answer to the title of acting. President and even had all mail address to the acting. President returned to sender. If anyone wants to do business with the White House it would be on his terms or there would be no business at all in the end. Tyler Stubbornness won the day. His actions established the precedent that Vice President would serve out the full term of their predecessor. Tyler would later right if the tide of defamation abuse shelter in my administration comfortabe praised future vice presidents who who may succeed to the presidency. Mayfield some slight encouragement to pursue an independent course on June first eighteen. Forty one the debate. Over Tyler's authority was settled settled. When Congress passed a resolution solidifying Tyler's legacy as the tenth president of the United States? But Tyler's legacy was anything but a foregone conclusion Asia Tyler wanted to be more than an accidental precedent. He wanted to be legitimately elected for the office in the upcoming election of eighteen. Forty four however. His struggle for presidential power made that dream all but impossible his exertions to establish his own authority cost him his standing with the Whig Party. Put Him in direct conflict with the fairy man who had put tyler an office to begin with Senator Henry. Clay.
"clay" Discussed on Bertcast's Podcast
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"clay" Discussed on Pants On Fire
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"clay" Discussed on The Big 98
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"clay" Discussed on The GaryVee Audio Experience
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"clay" Discussed on Mason & Ireland
"Yeah no the biggest wouldn't have paraded him out in handcuffs or you know because if he was black or or all that tino or asian so no this is some right just trying to make name from self what but but he's not the writer is seeing that several according to multiple sources who cover the team several prominent players have voiced these concerns prominent well wait a minute the prominent players on that team for right are steph draymond durant and clay clay does the straight series so i think it's got to be there durant draymond i don't know which one it is but yeah maybe it steph steph steph claes got biracial parents this is sonia black the black and so's dell but it light skin that's the light skin but i don't know the players all but they must be looking at something to i don't know obviously they're closer to the situation me from where i'm sitting i don't think it'd be highly differ he was black yeah he's a professional he was on the job he stolen item from a from a staff member just been five he's been replaced anybody else that that it's just me when you heard the story that you think will he got off he's whiten until i read not till the end i don't get the racial component of just looking for some and it it strikes me as as somebody making something i wanted to ask you about they the boy we're getting a lot of great reaction to when we were telling those chicks stories people love your 'nigma.