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Fresh update on "clayton" discussed on Closer Look
"So stay tuned, plus news regarding Dragon Con, the annual science fiction fantasy and gaming convention that takes place right here in Atlanta over Labor Day weekend. All that's coming up next. But first this yes, the roadways were busier than usual on this first day of school for several area districts. Clayton Cobb, the cabin fade counties all said. Welcome back today, however, in Clayton students and staff from Points South Middle School in North Clayton High School in Jonesborough will begin the school year virtually at least until Wednesday. That's because, according to the district, some staff members are having to quarantine now. The Atlanta public schools begin their fall school year. Later in the week, and all of this, of course, is related to the pandemic Steel. In related news, the national eviction moratoriums set in place by the Atlanta based CDC. Yes, it's over, but in DeKalb County Superior Court cheap Terry Court chief Judge ASHA Jackson signed an emergency judicial judicial order last Friday, creating a Countywide eviction. More torn for 60 days. Of course, this was following the city sees moratorium. And also CEO Michael Thurman says the county is revising its rental reimbursement program. Now what that means is once approved by the cow Board of commissioners, landlords would be eligible to receive 100% of all past due rent. That's up to 12 months back and also three months rent going to get the home want to get the renter ahead now. Meanwhile, the nation's coronavirus surge is also prompting some Health and safety protocols, as mentioned for one of the nation's largest science fiction and fantasy and gaming conventions. We all know it's Dragon con..
Scherzer, Turner Set to Go to Dodgers as Nats’ Rebuild Begins
"The big move the deadline. It was official earlier today L A traded for nationals ace Max Scherzer End shortstop Trade Turner. Now assuming health, the Dodgers will try to out a rotation in October of Walker Buehler, Max shirts or and Clayton Kershaw. Also featured in light of that expense. Add Corey Seager back from the isle soon,
Fresh "clayton" from The Von Haessler Doctrine
"Kids are back in class this week. The kids are ready cannot guidance, but being back in class means an increase in traffic and your commute, says triple team traffics. Fresco. I would definitely predicted the traffic aggravations and volume would increase exponentially during the first few weeks back to school. And while back in the school building, Cobb Douglas public Health director, Dr Janet Me, Mark says. It's best if everybody masks up. We are in high transmission right now. And so this is not an optional thing right now. Meanwhile, two schools in Clayton County are back virtually because of quarantine staff. Michelle Right 95.5 wsb 77 degrees right now on Peachtree Street, partly to mostly cloudy. Today we're headed for an afternoon high of 87, Atlanta's most active In dependable forecast is coming up the Delta coronavirus variant is prompting more Americans to get vaccinated. The CDC saying about 816,000 Americans got the shot on Saturday. This comes as the U. S has confirmed more than 35 million coronavirus infections since the first case was identified early last year. New data suggests more than a million doses of code vaccine have been wasted and thousands here in Georgia 110,000 doses destroyed in Georgia 53,000 wasted in New Jersey more than 370,000 doses reported as unusable in Ohio and the estimate of a million doses wasted is based on data from just 10 states. The New York Times sights such reasons as breakage, storage or transport problems and vaccine hesitancy. Vicki Barker, CBS News Chances are you've used zoom during the pandemic. Now the company is paying out millions of dollars over privacy violations. Here's correspondent Elise Preston Zoom has reached an $85 million settlement over privacy concerns. A lawsuit claimed the company violated user's privacy rights by sharing personal data with Facebook. Google and.
4 Killed in Head-on Collision in Clayton County, Georgia
"Die in a head on wreck early Sunday in Clayton County. Police say they attempted to rouse a man slumped over the wheel of an F 1 50. He woke up and sped off down Highway 1 38 until his pickup collided with another vehicle about a mile away. He dies a pregnant woman and child in the other vehicle or killed a man with them remains critical. We await ideas from police.
Fresh "clayton" from The Von Haessler Doctrine
"A staggered basis, Mass are required in Clayton and the cab county schools for the first time since last winter, the number of new daily covid cases in the United States. Tops 100,000 U. S surgeon general Dr of the vague, Murthy says most are due to the delta variant. This is what Koven does is that the roast car balls are away. We've got to be able to respond and change. Our behavior, our guiding as his science as the data changes, he says. Breakthrough cases very rarely lead to serious illness. Former President Barack Obama is getting some heat for plants to host nearly 500 people at his mansion on Martha's Vineyard next weekend. It includes 200 staffers as well as guests and ignores the latest CDC guidance on large gatherings. Among those planning to attend the party for Obama's 60th birthday are Oprah Winfrey, Steven Spielberg and George Clooney at the Tokyo Olympics. Simone Biles is returning to competition Tuesday night here in Tokyo will be Simone Biles moment in the spotlight, the great American gymnast after withdrawing from five events here because of mental health concerns. Now says she will compete in the final.
Using the 'Jobs to Be Done' Framework to Understand Your Customers More
"Start with jobs to be done. If and can you just give us a quick overview of of the jobs be done framework and how that could apply. Yeah so jobs to be done. Why something that kind of was discovered around the early mid nineties clayton. Christianson is one of the founders. There's quite a few there. I think i'm reading a book right now by jim called awkward says there are five different types of jobs to be done framework people who have founded this idea and really said these are the best ways to approach it. So when i talk about it. I like to use the clayton christianson type model for what we're really trying to discover is at the core. What is the very basic simple thing. Your customers are doing with your product or service. So when i'm coming into my speedy sast clients and at we're trying to understand. What are people doing. What's the one thing that they have hired this product to do for them. And then in my own business i try to think of. What's the one simple like pain point job thing that the b. two b. company needs to accomplish to in order for me to be a success. What is the job that they've tried to hire. On and a lot of times trying to explain to customers or clients. It gets a little confused or foggy with like use cases or tactics. It really is one simple line like this is what they're trying to do. They want to know their audience. They want to get more leads. They want to expand their network. It's a very simple one line job. They've hired the product or service to do but then it can inform and create so much more value so once we know that very specific job than we know. What are the benefits that they receive when they've accomplished that. How do they feel with when they've accomplished that. What are the side effects. What what is the process that they need to take to achieve that job so understanding the one little job. There's a whole lot than can inform and basically evolve off of knowing that information
Fresh update on "clayton" discussed on Morning Talk with Martha Zoller
"Based on the delta variant. Yes, but a vaccine we don't use in America. The AstraZeneca was the one they used. Oh, that's the most believable thing I've ever heard. It's crazy, because they go on something that doesn't apply to us at all. And now they want to put everybody back in mass jail, So we'll see how it all happens. Lots more to come right here. Mark. Thank you for your text message. I hope I'll see you in Clayton in a couple of weeks, lots more to come. What's the Hardy Chevrolet difference? It's a young couple expecting a new child needing a bigger car. It's that same couple almost 20 years later, buying that child their first car for graduation and then with the next 10 years is that child and spouse expecting their first job. It's about relationships. It's about family. This is Mike Cormier. Charles Hardy always said it best for member France. For goodness sakes..
Playing Combo Draws
"We're going to cover some hands today. Where multi way pots we check raised and they kind of a weird card on the turn both played at one k l. on ignition john. Do you want to lead us into the first hand. So this is a hand. That brad played starts with a middle position. Open a cutoff. Lattes and brad is the big wind with queen ten of spades he decides to flat. I guess we could just start here and talk about whether you three about this. Hand that all our these types of hands multi way. I think it's reasonable to three bad. I'm not opposed to it. I liked the cutoff calling is pretty indicative. That like you're not supposed to have a calling range. There so villain is most likely fish. The original prefab opener. I believe i had tagged fish. This hand went down during a poker coaching. Explain livestream so one thing about the livestreams that you know are the drawbacks for me. Specifically is that attention gets divided. You're trying to describe things trying to figure out where all the buttons are so you can miss some stuff that you otherwise would not have missed. So i'm just gonna pull out all the excuses before we jump into this hand and say like well okay clayton and just like sort of call a call pre instead of squeezing on reflex okay. I'll our come to your defense a little bit. I think just looking at those. Just looking at this without any hud stats. I agree the cutoff. Looks like a fish once he flats the mp open. I can't tell much about the given that he has like a seven hundred dollar stack and open to a reasonable size. I'll just look at this and say like it's sort of a disaster if we three about this hand. Mp calls a fish folds which i think is going to happen quite frequently and we we isolate ourselves versus a reasonably strong empty range and we lose like the person in the hand. That's most likely to donate their stack in some way so that one of the reasons that i might decide to call slightly more often than three about with a fish flooding. Yeah that's fair little backstory. So m p m p is either a week rag or a fish because they called a cold four bet with queen jack suited in a spot. Where i know. You're not supposed to call queen jack suited so anyway That was happening a little earlier on so that was the rationale even other stats like okay. That hand specifically was like. I don't think that's supposed to be a thing so anyway. With that said we go to flop at quainton spades. There's eighty dollars in the pot. The flop is jack of spades eight of hearts for of spades. I start out by checking. And i think that i should not have checked this. This is where the hand kind of got away for me from the jump. I like leading here especially against when. I'm battling against multiple fish with a hand like this because you know some bad things can happen when we check raise or combo draws here just well. The thing that the thing that is going to happen what happens right you check raise a komo draw and then you turn a pair in a pot with an sp are of like two and then you get kind of frozen right where it's hard to construct an ice checking rage. Nice betting rage. You don't necessarily want to bet with your pear. Your combo draw now because you're beating villains worse flush draws so like yeah it's you're being bills whereas flush draws in the hands at villain has that are beating you just jam and kind of make your life miserable so anyway. That's a bad thing that can
Kershaw's 13 Ks, McKinstry's Slam Lift Dodgers Past Cubs 7-1
"Clayton Kershaw racked up a season high thirteen strikeouts over eight dominant innings to pitch the Dodgers over the cubs seven one Kershaw yielded four hits a recorded his highest strikeout total in nearly four years any time you to pitch a four fifteen game at Dodger Stadium with the shadows it's a good game you know the now is it not easy to see there so I'll take it for sure Zach McKinstry hit a grand slam in the second inning and Cody Bellinger homered in his second straight game while driving in three the Castries first career grand slam with the Dodgers first hit against losing pitcher aber alles ally Los Angeles won three straight after the cubs took the series opener with a combined no hitter I'm Dave Ferrie
'We Have a Deal': Biden Announces Bipartisan Infrastructure Agreement
"Biden's proposal on infrastructure correspondent Clayton Neville tells us the president is applauding the bipartisan effort to strike a deal. After months of negotiations, President Biden with a bipartisan group of lawmakers behind him, had an announcement. We have a deal, Republican Senator Susan Collins applauded her colleagues on both sides of the aisle. We've agreed on the price tag the skull And how to pay for it. It was not easy to get agreement on all three, but it was so essential the Bills price tag $973 billion over five years or 1.2 trillion over eight years. President Biden admitted it wasn't the deal he wanted. None of us got what we all whether we want it. They gave more than I think. Maybe there were inclined to give in the first place, but this reminds me of the days we used to get awful lot done up in the United States. Congress, Democratic Senator Kirsten Cinema called the agreement a historic investment in infrastructure. We all Gave some to get some because what we did was put first the needs of our country. Republican Senator Rob Portman said. The investment covers more than roads and bridges, lots of other kinds of infrastructure, including broadband, including our water system and a rail system, all of which is good for the economy. This will lead to more efficiency in our economy, Higher productivity, more economic growth. This is about the long term. Specifically, the agreement includes $109 billion on roads and highways. 15 billion on electric vehicles in transit in $65 billion toward broadband. Other investments to on airports, drinking water and climate change. President Biden insisted the proposal will create jobs. This still makes key investments to put people to work all across the country building transmission lines. Upgrading the power grid. To be more and more energy efficient and resilient and extreme weather to be able to sustain system rather and the climate crisis as far as how the deal will be paid for a variety of sources, including
Tropical Depression Claudette Kills at Least 12 in Alabama
"Least 12 people were killed as a result of tropical Storm Claudette, which drenched parts of the southeast with torrential rain over the weekend. Correspondent Clayton Neville reports during the storm 10 people died in a fiery crash on an Alabama highway. Claudette dropped as much as 12 inches of rain along the Mississippi Gulf Coast. Parts of Alabama and Georgia also got hammer. Flash flood watches lasted through the weekend, a 24 year old man and a three year old boy reportedly killed when a tree fell on their house outside Tuscaloosa. And in Butler County, a horrific crash about 35 miles south of Montgomery on Interstate 65, 9 Children and one adult dead. A van from a youth home for abused or neglected Children, was carrying eight of the victims. The adult driver of that van survived, but it's believed her four and 16 year old kids died in the crash. 29 year old man and his nine month old daughter also killed. Authorities believe the vehicles likely hydroplaned on wet roads. More than a dozen were involved and several fully engulfed in flames. It's a tragedy not only for ranches, it's not only a tragedy for Alabama It's a national strategy, Michael Smith, the CEO of the Alabama sheriff's youth Ranches, told ABC News. The vans from the Tallapoosa County Girls Ranch in Camp Hill. It was coming back from Gulf Shores where the kids went for a vacation. They all wrote me a little sticky nose and oh, But the sticking those over my office saying Now they look forward to being down there and and they end together. He told ABC. He was able to make the trip to visit the girls for a few days before the crash. I can't tell you what it meant to me. And and I just know in my heart that it meant something to them A go fund me account now set up for Tallapoosa County Girls Ranch to help offset the funeral costs and counseling. As for Claudette, the system continues to move east with potential for more heavy
What to Expect From Biden's First Foreign Trip as President
"Biden already well into his second day, now his first full day of activities of his first overseas trip as chief executive. Clayton Neville reports on the first round of activities. Michael the president and first lady were greeted by American troops and their families at Royal Air Force milled in home. The first lady assured the troops that supporting them is her top priority. You are heroes, and that's why supporting you is so personal to US President Biden embarking on an eight day trip with the purpose of reasserting the US on the world stage at every point along the way. We're gonna make it clear that the United States is back. And democracies of the world are standing together to tackle the toughest challenges and the issues that matter most to our future. That we're committed to, leading with strength. Defending our values. And delivering for our people. The trip started with some good news from the White House. The Biden administration announced an agreement with Visor to purchase 500 million covid vaccine doses to be donated to more than 90 lower income countries over the next year. Busy week for the president to laid out his agenda. I'm heading to the G seven, then to the NATO ministerial and then Meet with Mr Putin to let him know. What I want him to know. That meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin will come in Geneva next weekend, of course, is one of the more high profile meetings on the trip with a rising number of cyberattacks linked to groups in Russia. National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan said the president's discussion with Putin will be significant. It's about a relationship of clarifying What our expectations are and laying out that if certain kinds of harmful activities continue to occur, there will be responses from the United States. White House press secretary Jen Psaki was asked if the president was ready for the Putin meeting and others He's been getting ready for 50 years, he has been on the world stage. He's known a number of these leaders for decades, including President Putin and including a number of the leaders, he'll see it NATO and he'll see at the G seven in the days ahead. The U. S expected to re engage in the
Harris, in Guatemala, Warns Potential Migrants: 'Do Not Come'
"Border during her first foreign trip since taking office correspondent Clayton Neville says Harris was visiting with leaders of Central American countries. While visiting with the president of Guatemala Vice President Kamala Harris had a message for Central Americans considering making the trek to the U. S. Do not come. Do not come. Harris adamantly discouraged illegal immigration and insisted the U. S will enforce laws and secure the border amid a continued search, and I believe If you come to our border, you will be turned back. So let's discouraged. Our friends, our neighbors, our family members from embarking on what is otherwise an extremely dangerous journey. The vice president stressed the Biden administration's plan to improve conditions in Central American countries by doing away with the desire to leave. She announced the creation of a task force to combat human trafficking and drug smuggling in the region when we see some of the most vulnerable in our communities Being take advantage of Being sold for profit being abused. It should be a priority for all of us who care about the human condition and humanity. Another task force will target corruption, which has been prevalent in some of the region's governments. Our Justice Department, our Treasury Department and our State Department will work together to conduct investigations and train local law enforcement. To conduct their own. The vice president promised community outreach, including a new program focused on creating education and economic opportunities for girls. We will also invest in agribusiness. And affordable housing and supporting entrepreneurs back home. Harrison's trip isn't sitting well with some Republicans who blame
Manhunt Underway After 2 Killed in Miami Mass Shooting
"Three suspects still being sought about 100 bullet casings were found at the scene of Sunday morning's mass shooting outside of a catering hall in Miami Dade County that left two people dead. That's according to police, who are providing an update Monday morning when the father of one of the victims, Clayton dealer, the third interrupted, Miami Dade Police director Freddy Ramirez said together All of us. We must work harder to bring justice to these families who are crying as you here Right now. A $130,000 reward is being offered for information leading to arrests. Brian Clark ABC News a mental health
Senate Republicans Release $928 Billion Infrastructure Counteroffer
"Biden's infrastructure plan because responding Clayton Devil says proposed spending continues to be the main hold up. GOP senators introduced a $928 billion counteroffer to President Biden's $1.7 trillion plan. His initial proposal was well upward of two trillion The Republican plan includes money for roads and bridges for airports, water systems, public transit in broadband. It sticks to the core infrastructure features that we talked to initially It's a serious effort to try to reach a bipartisan agreement, Senator Shelley Moore Capito said The biggest question right now seems to be over the gap and propose spending, but she intends to keep negotiating the alternative. Which is a partisan reconciliation process would be destructive to our future bipartisan attempts but also doesn't serve the American public Republicans pushing back against proposed tax hikes and plan to repurpose billions of unspent covert relief money to help pay for infrastructure projects. The Biden administration, though adamantly opposing that. White House press secretary Jen Psaki said those cuts could imperil pending a too small businesses or two restaurants in rural hospitals. While touting his infrastructure plan is a community college in Cleveland. President Biden reiterated the importance of investing in the economy. We must be number one in the world to lead the world in the 21st century, he said. The U. S can't afford to fall any further behind. Now's the time Build the foundation that we've laid. To make bold investments in our families and our communities and our nation. The White House said it hopes to see progress in bipartisan talks by Memorial Day. Clayton Nevil, WB AP News
The Bourne Identity (2002)
"Hey everybody welcome to another prestige podcasts. Where we perhaps are stretching the definition of prestige I think so. I think this is a prestigious action film anyway. The bourne identity. This is a two thousand two movie directed by doug liman who you might recognize director of swingers. Mrs smith jumper edge of tomorrow american-made. He's the son of a bitch. Made us watch american made. We got all hyped up tom. Cruise in and mister bourne identity in its turns out that was very aggressively average flick. But but he's he's made a couple of good action movies as you can see here. After this paul greengrass over and helmed the rest of the borne trilogy is based on a screenplay written by tony gilroy who you might recognize as the screenwriter of rogue. One devil's advocate. Literally every jason bourne film also wrote and directed michael clayton and william blake. Herron who. I don't even know why his credit for this like only got one other movie credits he's credit created as the co writer. So i guess he did stuff here. He came into some rewrites. Because a studio like lots of this is a. I had no idea. This is such a troubled film making process. They're much butting heads. We'll we'll get to that. I'm sure is based on the bourne identity by one robert ludlum. If you're a. Tom clancy fan. You know. absolute thought robert ludlum is if you're a kid growing up in eighties. Ninety nineties like books The airport bookstores were stuffed full of his political thrillers. Back for their stuff. Full john grisham or after adding it. Yeah it's like. It's like john grisham. Tom clancy and and Ludlum all going for that hyper. Masculine market stars matt damon of course as jason bourne Frank potenza bra who you might recognize from run. Lola run is awesome. Best thing about season to the bridge. Also clio and sneaky little star guest starring role here. Chris cooper brian cox who you'll recognize as the bad political heavy from every political thriller. We've ever seen giant assholes. Good job at it. Julia stiles clive owen. Art talked by clive. Owen and walton goggin. Yeah back before. I knew who he was and he was like in his late. Twenties early thirties still had a fairly full head of hair though. It was in recognizable retreat. Just pops out the do one of the most textbook gap dossier exposition scenes. That you've ever
.NET 6 Preview With Rich Lander
"Allu- and welcome into six-figure developer. Podcast the podcast where we talk about new and exciting technologies professional development clean code career advancement and more. I'm john calloway on clayton on. And i'm john nash. With us today. As richard lander riches a principal program manager on the dot net courtroom. He works on making dot net core work great in memory limited docker containers on arm hardware like the raspberry pi and enabling. Gpo programming and iot scenarios. Welcome rich thanks. Great to be on the show before we sort of jump into things. Would you give our listeners. Like a little introduction to yourself Perhaps tell them how you got started in the industry sure Yes so i'm canadian. Boarded bread From ontario and Went to school in. Well i guess my you know my. My dad wasn't exactly a computer and suzy but he thought we should be too so he He would bring home hardware thruster to play with in years on. That's what was kinda my start. Which i an incredibly thankful for you know twenty four hundred hundred baud modem than all the rest of it and then i went to school waterloo and then microsoft natives people knew somehow and which i did know a lot about And in two thousand. And i got hired at school and move to Seattle are ready for microsoft. And i've been there percents so that's kind of my origin story lounge. Yeah so what what What do you do these days from. Except yeah so. I work on the team at worked on like i said i joined microsoft in two thousand. I've been on the team since two thousand three. So i've worked on every release since including framework to. Oh
Kershaw Goes 1 Inning in Shortest Start, Cubs Top Dodgers
"David Bowie came through with the game winning RBI single in the ninth inning as the cubs defeated the Dodgers forty three for a double header sweep the lead see sawed throughout with Ellie tying it at one in the seventh time Max Muncy is home run and then they took a three one lead in the eighth inning with Justin Turner also going deep but healthier by is tied at three with a two run blast of his own before bodhi came through in the night in the opener to Clayton Kershaw lasted only one inning his short distance ever in the regular season the Dodgers have now lost eight of ten David Shuster Chicago
Live in 5th Dimension and 500+ LOC Energy Field
"Well time to a nether episode of moore kaba child rise. I'm your host vaughn goats and day. We discuss how to make your home phone. And any inanimate object resonate at a five hundred or higher energy field according to dr. David are hawkins map of consciousness. Students and engineers clayton stedman and jeffrey stegman. These two gentlemen found a way to create technology that sends the higher levels of consciousness to clients all over the world which benefit every sentence being within a three hundred feet radius. So with clayton jeffrey. Welcome to macabre chaka's thank you yeah This is going to be a fun one but you guys have this very wonderful wonderful tradition. That you guys do before you start any Any of these interviews in which is to kind of set a rare with some positive intentions blessings for the audience. That listens to it. So i'm going to give you the platform and go ahead and begin one of the things we typically do is we We say a little prayer before meetings. Nfl f. e. and we find that when we have a little moment of silence of say a few few invocations and express our gratitude that our meetings go while we started this with web web ours. In and podcast. So we'll just share that with you. So i'll go first and then invite von to Can wrap it up if that works for everybody.
Inside America's Epidemic of Gun Violence
"Today we look at america's gun debate after nearly twenty thousand people were killed in shootings in twenty twenty five huge increase compared to the before. How away you of violence as a child. I was always aware honestly. I remember being in elementary school. Maybe seven or eight. Maybe even younger and my family decided to get double pane windows because a bullet flew through. My goodness flew through the window. Yeah yeah what almost got into the house. It just punctured and made a big crack throughout the window. It was just the thing you know we would even if we saw car making a u-turn down our street to go back the other way we would play a game and we'd call it literally drive by jump behind cars and pretend like oh it's a drive by like but you're outside playing after that got a bit more serious because then you actually start to see friends and peers affected by gun violence. It was something i always knew was a thing. I always knew that people who looked like me and my friends got shot. Up and clayton is a reporter on the guardians guns and lies in america project since her childhood in richmond california. She's been acutely aware of the impact of gun violence communities not the high profile mass shootings. That make it onto news bulletins across the world but everyday incidents but ready made national news and yet according to albany. It is these shootings. That are driving. America's gun violence crisis
Kershaw Dazzles Reds, Dodgers Win 8-0 to Snap 3-Game Skid
"Clayton Kershaw helped the Dodgers ending a three game skid by throwing seven scoreless innings in NH nothing shut out of the Reds Kershaw allowed four hits with eight strikeouts for his fourth win a close game for most of the way the Dodgers finally put it out of reach with a six run bottom of the eighth Justin Turner had the game's only home run his sixth of the season Cincinnati starter Sonny gray one five and two thirds giving up two runs with eleven Kay's but drops to into I am mark Myers
Georgia Woman Accused of Driving Into Fast-Food Workers
"A georgia woman was arrested after hitting three teenage fast. Food workers with her car in the midst of arguments. The clayton county police department said they news release last week. That officers responded to an undisclosed fast food restaurant about twenty miles south of atlanta there. They found that there was an argument between thirty six year. Old share rio palmer and the workers security camera footage showed the juvenile workers arguing with palmer. Who was in her car. Clayton said in the press release quotes a survival officers learned. A verbal altercation occurred between the three juvenile incident location and the customer in the drive through line when the workers walked away palmer drove onto the curb of the business and hit one of the juvenile workers who was then hospitalized. Puffer was charged with aggravated assault after being treated.
"clayton" Discussed on Thinking Poker Podcast
"Fifty one of the thinking poker. Podcast from owings mills maryland. I'm angie broke us. I will be joined shortly by clayton. Fletcher in new york new york. Many of you will know clayton as a professional poker player and a professional comedian. Who hosts the tournament poker edge podcast and has been a frequent guest on thinking poker podcast. Today's appearance by clayton is going to be a departure from our usual fair. It does not terribly poker related except that does a conversation between Myself and my friend and fellow poker professional clayton your he. He is as i said..
"clayton" Discussed on Fresh Air
"So that. That was bobby. Darin and my guess. Mary clayton recorded in about nineteen sixty three or four and the mary clayton. Is one another future singers in the new documentary about backup singers. Twenty feet from stardom and also with us is the film's director morgan. novel mary. Eight new sound great on the near just like a little old lady singing thirty years. At least so i don't know how that kind of stuff came out of me at that age you know. How did he hear you. Bobby darin here you. I was doing background sessions with darlene. Love and the blossoms. He kept hearing this voice that stood out and he has jolly. Who is that she. so that's just. Mary somewhat knew booth. And i sung for him and before i knew it in about six months. He had signed me to to his label. Merry clayton speaking to terry gross. We'll hear more of terry's 2013 interview with her. And with film director morgan neville after break she was profiled in his documentary. Twenty feet from stardom. Here she is singing. Backup on a famous joe cocker recording. I'm david cooley and this is fresh air. This message comes from. Npr sponsor tele doc tele doc offers access to licensed therapist by phone or video to help those dealing with stress anxiety personal or family issues. Tele doc is committed to quality confidential therapy from the comfort of your home of seven days a week matching members to therapists counsellors and psychiatrists tele doc. Therapy is available through most insurance or employers and individual plants are also available download the app or visit tele doc dot com slash fresh air to get started. Today let's continue. Terry's interview with mary. Clayton one of the backup singers featured in the two thousand thirteen documentary about backup singers. Twenty feet from stardom also with us is the film's director morgan. Neville mary clayton has a new album titled beautiful scars. Her first in over twenty five years when we left off they were talking about recording. With bobby darin when. She was in her early teens. So let's jump ahead a little in your career. You became array. Let one of ray charles's backup singers. How did you get to be around. I got a call from my great friend. Billy preston and billion. I grew up in church together. We hung out together. We did shows together from kids and he said that ray were was auditioning for a. Let's and he he. He really didn't say that when he call what he said. Well as you need to drop everything he comes saying. Ray and i said ray who he said. Ray charles Went up to the office. I sung for ray. And i'm sorry mr charles who became my surrogate father and When i left the office that day i left with the contract. And you know he wanted to talk to my mom and About me going out on tour with him. So i want to play. One of the tracks are featured on. And this is what i say. And we're gonna hear an excerpt of that. So it's ray charles with the ray. Let's and when my guess. Mary.
"clayton" Discussed on Broken Record
"All misnamed beautiful scars for a great song. Was that song written for you by diane warren. Yes was okay have you. Had you known her before. Oh god yes. Everybody knows diane warren but I think there was a movie score that idea that she was involved in. I think that A background session. Also my granddaughter work with a little group that she was working with From school and they would go to her studio and she came and she says. Do you know you die. War don't you. I said yes. she said. We're at studio destined what i'd said she you granddaughter. She's snow graham. Why didn't go up to say anything. She says but she is really wonderful. I says she's only one of the greatest riders in the entire world. But when we were doing the album we were sitting in the studio a behind board lewin cherry our just talking you know we did we listen back and we were just talking so look to me so you know what he said. Think i'll give a call to diane. And i looked at him and i said diane diane war he says yes. Let's call diane. And when he called diane. He told what he was what he was about to do. Is she says what studio american. She's doing an album. He says yes she says. Well i'll have something to you and two weeks and this woman wrote this beautiful scars. And when terry came in with it we all just had to leave out studio. 'cause everybody was just in tears when i heard this song because it was so much a what i had been through i have definitely been on the battlefield of life and i have been through it but i had to go through that to get to where i am today. You know and those words they were so what. I have been through in my life as an artist. But these still beautiful scars. What was it like for you to sing it. The first time all man it was it was a tear jerker myself together. I had to really get 'cause. Every time i started singing i start to cry. I would cheer up and you could hear it in my throat. I'm sure you probably hear no certain part of the song. When i say everybody's got scars and that's true. Everybody has some type scar another but doing the time i was recording it. The first time. I recorded it. Liu says you know what he said. I think you need to go home and really really really really horn in on the song and we'll come back into today's oh came area so that's cool so i came home. It played over and over and over and over and over and over and over. And over. Until i got it in my spirit once i got in my spirit. I was ready to go so we got to the studio and the first take they loved it and then at here i go again and we did another one for safety and then we did one more and that was it for beautiful scars because they wanted to capture the performance of it. Yeah and that's what we did. I wanna ask you just about one more song. It's full of great gospel songs by producer. But you redo a song. I think you did your first album. Which is leon russell's a song for you all. Yes oh bruce My my my my my you know that song. Like couples have soanes. They really like and they go back in and remember things that they were doing at that time in their lives. And when that song come on you can just look at each other and say oh boy. I remember that song. Well that song apply to my husband. And i and that was kurt. My interest to song because he would always say. I always feel mary that you singing a song for me. I said well. I seen that songs you and when i recorded that song we just fell in love with it and of course we love leah and when i recorded it for this album see i did know that lou and terry we're gonna pull kerr's solo from the merry clayton album and put it on this particular record so one day we're kind of hanging out and he calls me and say mary i'm going to send them some you but i want kevin to be sitting with you where you listen to it. Psych kevin is my son. Sai call kevin say you know Wants you to be here. When i listened to song few we had no idea what was going on. So have these great speakers in the house so we sitting there listening so kevin took his and he was pointing to the music. And i said why is he. Pointed is her mom. Dad dad i said oh my god loophole that solo from that album and we both just you know. It just bought us to tears. It bought us to tears. It was just. It was just so wonderful. That's why this summer so special to me well. It's an amazing version. Think it's terrific album. What's next for you are you. Are you waiting to see about when you perform again in public absolutely. I think we're getting ready to do a video. A couple of and things brewing a lot of things coming up they tell me we're looking forward to doing great things with this record. I want people to really be blessed by hearing this and be able to really touch somebody or help somebody in some kind of way with this with this music. you know. it's very important to me that you know of towing owes to louis at you know if i don't get a dime it does matter. I just want people to be touched because this record has healed my soul than my spirit. It's really made me feel like me again. So i just want us to bless people lynch people to be touched and and delivered from whatever the going through and to be. Lifted up in this record you. You've already touched one. You're gonna touch a lot more. It's just wonderful. And i couldn't be more thrilled. You're singing again and doing it so well thank you. Thank you so much. God bless you guys. Thanks to mary clayton for showing so many wonderful stories with bruce. Dear plus our favorite. Mary clinton songs and classic tracks that feature her on background vocals had to broken record. Podcast dot com. 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"clayton" Discussed on Broken Record
"Oud kill. That's great she own loses. All mary was wonderful and it turned out really really great. Happy about that. Why are we able to do things so quickly. Did you read music by this point of course idea but i didn't have to. I didn't have to read music to do whale. The janda it was like it was like a church field beyond is a place where i know that i could fly. Shelter a hunger and cold and the sweet tasting good life so easily found way over yonder. That's well it was very it was like going to choir rehearsal. She says saying that he's lyrics. Sangam how you feel it. So that's what i did. Why did you make your dinner reservations. Of course i did. You made it on time and you. You sang a hit on the way there. I think new called The restaurants they're going to be about maybe twenty twenty five minutes later and we got here. Everything was set up the randy. Oh nice so you know so. Many people know you from twenty feet from stardom. Yeah and you said something in that film. I think about a lot. Which is you said. Every time i get ready to do something something would knock me to my knees. Yeah new talking about solo stuff and other things you would. Do you know you had this. Accidents very traumatic. You've lost your husband years before that Did you face in your ability to get up and do this did it ever wayne. No never waver. Let's face has never wavered from child. I knew what i knew. I knew who. I was always known who i was but more than that. I've always known who's was always knew. And i was always taught that i was special. That was a gift and that i was descendants royalty clean and i was in i was great i was always taught that you know we always talk and we will wonderful just the way we were and we will always got property so never waver would whatever god does a whatever god allows in my life you take it as how you how you deal with it. You know. it's like. I was speaking to a great lady in my life one day at a huge party and I got her ear. And i was complaining about stumping. I think it was a deal that was about to go down. It was taking too long. And oh i don't know if i want to do it and i said why why. Why does it take so long to get stuff done. So she looked at me and stared at me a long time. She says baby. She's that's called l. i. f. e. She's slice she says it's about what you do in life. How are you going to handle a situation in life is not the situation is how you handle it. That would help you get through it. And i always remember that. That was That lady was my guy. Mom della reese. When i had my accident she says now he would back to the same thing she says. We'll however you deal with this is how you gonna come out. She said okay. She settled you together yourself. She said how you gonna deal with this osama deal with it with love and with dignity she said you know who you are adult. Exactly who i am. And she said well. You're going to get through this. You're going to get through in victory. So don't waver on what you've known all your life so no my faith has never wavered. And i've never asked some people when they go through things always old. God why and i don't think of myself you know. Well this happened. I talk to uh spoke to my brother and You know. I tried to cry blues to my brother. I said well. I don't know why this particular thing you know hat to happen. He says will. There's a purpose in everything you know. He says so again. He said you know who you are and again you know who you are because this is what we were taught. So you'll get through it but it's also going to be a challenge. He says but such is life you know. Life is a challenge to get out of this without stars. We'll be back with mary. Clayton after this quick break. What if there was a superhero. Who had the amazing power to make hiring faster. Smarter and easier. Think of ziprecruiter that minus the tights. And right now you can try ziprecruiter for free. 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"clayton" Discussed on Glowing Up
"That good for your body your mind and then up by the brewer with just a still a full belly of course. But that's what works for our family some days. You're up at like three forty five and my pandemic post. Pandemic dream is to go to clayton and his boyfriend's house almost like i'm one of their nieces and like just get to live like have sleep over there and like rene makes me dinner and clayton puts on a show that i'm gonna like like and then i get to sleep in bed with one of them like that's my post pandemic fantasy with one of his us making one of us leave the bed or you think in separate beds one of yes asleep on the couch. I do love sleeping the couch. That's also fantasy in the middle of the night. But i fall asleep after the giant meal. That i get into my crawlspace over here. And that's where i will fall asleep around ten thirty. It's so important to have routine that we talk a lot about ongoing up to stay consistent and it sounds like you're like living that glowing lifestyle to a t the also have to remember that might work. Life is the most inconsistent at a different place with different people in different energy every day with wild hours so i do nieve like routines or go out. Do you have any big plans for dinner tonight. I'm like so fascinated by your renaissance. Likes dinner at seven o'clock so hope lucerne cooking in an hour and a half brown thirty. he'll get in the kitchen cooking. I think we'll probably have salmon tonight. Maybe salmon rice broccoli but it sounds like i'm telling you it's flintstones level portions. It's the flintstones land at universal studios like the giant left chicken. It's very the mike and we don't really eat much during the day so we don't eat during the day and then everything you're not supposed to do For healthy diet. You're only do is have dessert every night. We will post make cookies for mendocino farms which is a two minute walk and we will host meets cookies from there and then i also by a big chocolate bar of just like dark chocolate from trader joe's and it will just have blocks of that with t. We we love. You got this high low thing happening like you. We love that you eat dinner in front of the tv which is like america in the fifty s. Like but you eat dinner at nine pm which is very european. I did come here to talk. Exclusively this is like you guys get is to talk about my dinner routines and i just wanted to say so. Glad that i chose to do this way. Well away we gotta go back. That's something is cookies. Because clayton you famously. This holiday season were the only person i know who ordered the mariah carey cookies and off of instagram. I ordered. I clicked on her instagram. Reminding you're not ready for this. I called again. Just like mariah's christmas cookies. They were like mariah cookies. So i clicked the link on her instagram. I think ha this is funny. Let me do it all by the to variety. Pack unlike all this is kind of expensive. Like what forty five dollars. But ledge seems right i click by my credit cards already. Instagram within twenty minutes. There's a knock at my door cookies. Marketing to within the hour they arrived from instagram. That's not how online visit these speared. It's the beginning of a new trend in like food business. Which is like i say. Know it is. It's like it's a company. have this microphone. Balloons and a giant hagrid rescuers tips. She's a earth. Go on first. Of all it's mariah's mariah carey cookies dot com. They're called mariah's cookies and it's actually so it says restaurant owners become a partner in start cooking our brand. So it's like this new food business trend where people start these companies and then like they'll sell all the ingredients and the and the branding to local restaurants and the restaurants like cook them and delivered. It's like those ghosts. Kitchens on postmates. You know what i'm talking about. How they'll have like chucky cheese. Yes do you know. This is a scam keats. You'll see like like marcello pizza or something and it's like this like a unnoticed new pizza brand that you never heard of before. But it's just the chucky cheese kitchen and yours getting chucky cheese. Pizza a couple other brands do it. That's how i believe a chili's and outback steakhouse do it. And they just call it like a name wings wonders way. Okay so i'm looking. Start selling where. I curious from your restaurants. Existing kitchen leads during icahn mariah carey. Let's go to students cookie kitchen. That's where this is going what else it's called. Virtual dining concepts have partnered line of really lists. Now i am. Mariah's cookies is a delivery. Only restaurant concept that can be easily added listing restaurant kitchen. If you're interested in partnering with us please fill out the form below. And let's get cooking acclimated yet. But i am just call it like this is a concept concept that is also a conflict that will scan the question is. Is this still a makeup podcast stylist. That's very true. We are anything under the sun. It's more become a swing. Snus ram good as it should. It should know it's still the descriptions door. I make podcast be covered butare foolishly accounts. Food is beauty. Sure before so..
"clayton" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"The interplay between the bass guitar here. Listen to what the basis doing here. That sort of forced crack in her voice here. That's classic. merry. Clayton you country road by mary clayton here mary. Reinterprets a gentle introspective. acoustic number. brings it to church. Injects it with some gospel and takes it onto the dance floor along the way she brings new meaning to the song without invalidating the original intent and with that one of a kind merry clayton focal right on top. It's all exactly what you want when a great artist covers a great song. Mary is one of the amazing singers featured in the documentary. Twenty feet from stardom. I've talked about that film before one of my favorites. You need to see that film. Not long after twenty feet from stardom was filmed and twenty fourteen. Mary was in a terrible car accident and had to have both legs amputated but mary is a survivor. And would that voice. You know she won't be going quietly. Thanks for joining me on the love with that song. Podcast we are part of the pantheon. Podcast network be sure to check out some of their other shows. You can keep in touch with us on our facebook page. Just look for the. I'm in love with that song. Podcast or on twitter at pop staff tweets or by sending email to love that song. Podcast at g mail. You can find the previous episode. We did on mary clayton. And gimme shelter on our website. Loved that song. Podcast dot com along with all of our previous episodes. Please check them out. Well that's enough. I can't wait to listen to this song again. Here's mary clayton with country road.
"clayton" Discussed on The Sean Salisbury Show
"Be with the eagles next season. I think so. I mean it's there's there's still going to be a slight chance. They can trade him but the cap hit on trading. Him is just devastating for a team. That's eighty million dollars over the cap. The cap goes down to one hundred and seventy five now again even if they train them they're going to probably the team picks them up. They're going to have to pay that team some money on that contract. But i think it's going to be really tough to trade him. They got as much. They are not as bad as new orleans but if you trade carson wentz than what. They're taking a thirty four million dollar hit and there's no room to be able to do it so i think he's going to be on the team but i think that they'll certainly explore ideas possibly trade him if they possibly can. But i think it's going to be tough mon- monetarily if they do trade him. I believe this is training camp trade next year john. I think here's what you do. You elect to hurts is going to finish out the season. Let's say goes three and one or four no because he is a winner you bring carson winston him back see of carson. Wentz got his mind right. Got together with the quarterback trainer. Did his thing really got his mind. Right stepped away came back carson. Wentz we know he can be and let him compete during training camp. Let's see who's got it can jalen answer the call and how about carson wentz and then when that's done now you make the decision and if jalen hurts keeps the gig trade carson wentz because there will be teams desperate. That didn't get the guy they wanted in the off season to the draft and it may increase value. I don't think you can do it early in the off season. I think you can do it late. He will be an eagle to start training camp. I believe next year fourth down. Should the shawn watson play this week. Yeah i think it should now. He's a quarterback of the team. And i don't see any reason why he shouldn't. I mean it's not like there's they're saving anything or anything of that nature but again Like anything else. Starting quarterbacks you know like the start. The season starting quarterback finished season. So i would say yes one hundred percent johnny. I'm on board with you since a bad message since a bad message. The other guy saying wait a minute. We're not in the same. We know you're are starving. Laremy tunsil wouldn't he say well. Wait a minute. I got a big contractor. Now you're guy traded two first rounders for me to shawn watson. The injury he could suffer would loom shorter. The respect from his teammates. What loom a lot longer than a hurt ankle or even a blown out knee. He'll overcome that once you lose respect. It's tough to get back into. Sean would even consider this. He wants to play. You're right. john wants start. he's having a career year. He wants to win three more. Because i got news for you. Seven wins sounds a lot better than four wins. This is carrying. And you want to be the example leaders. Don't tell you how to do it and say but i'm not leader. Show you how to do it. In the first one to try it to shawn watson plays he plays every snap as long as he's not getting his brains beaten or it's a blowout and you finish the season the way you started it with him under center or in the gun absolutely no question not even thought of not starting him replaced in johnny. Merry christmas to you brother. Hope it's a good one and we'll hit this thing after the new year when we started again and when the playoffs roll. I can't wait. And i hope everybody's well my best to you and pat okay. That'll be great happy happy. Thank you you too. Johnny appreciated the great john clayton. Happy holidays merry christmas for him. He's one of the all time best with sports psychology again man. I can't believe i've never lost. I'm like ucla when when alexander reserve like three natch under undefeated undefeated unbelievable how the domination continues The dynasty citizen for over a decade. Now tell it's been going to decades the great john clayton. We're coming back wrapping up sports. Talk seven hundred on friday..
"clayton" Discussed on PTI
"About this. I loved. And we've been doing this a long time. We've been friends a lot longer and he took a couple of days off to play golf in Arizona where said, he hasn't seen a cloud in three weeks good for him. I hope he's banging around Oprah's getting it over two hundred and fifty art you guys are in eighty. One eight good for we're to PTI boys and girls in today's episode. The Astros win again the chiefs Levian bell and Aaron Rodgers takes on Tom Brady. But we begin today with another playoff disaster for Clayton Kershaw it was roughed up in the six last night by Ronaldo Kunia Junior, Freddy Freeman Marcello sooner the gold bars of the braves lineup by the end of the inning Kershaw had given up four earned runs and he'd been yanked from the game. The dodgers didn't help just three hits all game there now down three one frank to put this all along Kershaw no I don't and for legendary columnists like yourself, I kind of feel like you buried the lead a little bit. Bryce Wilson here's a guy hadn't anything yet twenty two years old. He's a big kid to for twenty two years old how? It. Looks like he's about thirty. He was terrific. He retired twelve thirteen that he struck out the side in the fifth and then in the sixth inning, he gets out of it. John smoltz seventy came in. He says, if he lets one guy on, he's out of the game and then the sixth inning full Clayton Kershaw. What here's a guy was a legendary pitcher Tony I'm thinking about it is he like Dan Marino, a great regular season player but doesn't get it done in the postseason here the stats eleven twelve. Now in the postseason, he's ninety nine games over five hundred in the regular season but he doesn't get it done in the playoffs. Yeah I mean the analogy I would make more like Greg Maddox was eleven and fourteen. Yeah. In the playoffs and it was one of the greatest pitchers of all time. Let me go to the glasses for this because going into this game lifetime Kershaw was five zero against the braves with an era under to I'm trying to come up with a reason to not pin this on Kershaw and I am failing you wonder, was he not taking out fast enough in the manager said, and I'm quoting I felt really good about Clayton at that point in time when a couple. Of people were on in the sixth inning, they're up there worse and more damning statistics his era round by round in the playoffs gets worse in the division series it's three, six eight. In the S it's four, eight, four in the world series it's five four from the sixth inning on its seven three one, it's terrible trajectory. It's absolutely terrible. The dodgers didn't hit I worried about this yesterday and I said it on the air. What if they had all their offense for the whole series of the last two winnings again to and the first three innings of game three But I. I'm struck by sadness because I like Clayton Kershaw. Hall of Fame Pitcher I don't have any other emotion other than saying this because I can't find a way to say it's not him. You know and you know you mentioned maddox he was on the team that won the world series and it feels like with Kershaw until his team wins, he's always going to be looked at as a guy that came up short. Now you mentioned the sixth-inning to me he's got start the sixth inning. Is from the Senate. It's a one one game time around after Freddy Freeman with somehow it's a ground ball double through the right side of the God Once. But when Osuna comes up, that's when you gotta take him out. He hit a home run against him. That's when you gotta bring in the bullpen because the go ahead run into scored. So, you say, you have to start him in the sixth inning. I'm not disagreeing with that. He's earned it over so many years he's a great pitcher, but these statistics show that from the sixth inning on playoff games. It's awful. It's awful on words and I'm looking at the series now and I think the dodgers are the best team in baseball but I don't know how they beat freed and Anderson because those two guys of twelve and two this year and when they pitch the braves are nineteen and four, I don't know how they do that, and so I think it'll be another year of dodgers not getting as far as they. Couldn't land on Kershaw because he's done best player but you know what's great about the playoffs you have a pitcher that nobody knew about a month ago he comes in pitches a great game, and then how about Marcelo soon, as you remind you a little bit and always a better player that how of how Kendrick remember the big hits that Kendra came up with last year in the playoffs and in the world series of how he can write I. Love How I'm Nancefield Howie Kendrick won all of it. All, right. Meanwhile, the Astros or making things interesting the. Korea hit a walk off homer in the bottom of the ninth to beat the raise enforced tonight's game six Tampa has a three two series lead remember that and ace Blake Snell on the mount tonight. So how nervous should the raise really be? The race should be quite nervous. You know but a little less nervous than the astros because the rays can afford to lose again. Yeah. And if the Astros lose out, let's go to smell for a second. He may not be Jim Palmer, but. When. The playoffs he's two in one he's got a two, eight, seven zero. He beat the Astros in. Game. One he went five innings and gave up one run. Okay. Doesn't get into the seventh. But as we've heard from Kevin Catch, I got a stable for horses can go ninety eight. So of snow does what he did in the first time around then they win the game..
"clayton" Discussed on The Strategerist
"Special Roundtable today and we're even recording video. Which new thing and I know. I'm out of guys appeared hand motions anything else. That happens really more comfortable in audio. Only bet we had to do something special. Because this is a dual strategic podcast in catalyst episode so first off. Hello to my esteemed. Colleague Britney Bang and she's the newly minted editor of the catalyst the Journal of ideas from the Bush Institute were celebrating America at its best Britney. Thanks for doing this for having me. And in past years right around mid-may these folks would be traveling. The country probably first place in the National League West but instead they're here with us so thank you for taking time from your family's to zoom all the way in from across town across Dallas Allen and Clayton Kershaw Clayton the three time Cy Young Award winner nationally. GimMe p thank you so so much for doing this. Yeah thanks for having us here so Brennan kick things off. Sure thanks Inter so. He mentioned that. We're celebrating. America at its best. We're doing that. In our latest issue of the catalyst were really highlighting. The helpers heroes among us and so what better coupled to talk to you than the two of you so I wanted to start by asking you both. Where are you seeing America at? Its Best Ellen. If you WANNA start in Clayton. Gosh you know just in our community. I think we've seen so many people just being really unique on how to connect with one another Especially from our kids perspective. Just feel like people are getting really creative and had some drive-by concerts. These birthday parades that are happening. Even their schools that are doing online learning. And you know we do gain nights the zoom in play. Bingo Since away and so there have been some really cool ways of you just realize. It's such an innate need and s we need to connect with people and so people are getting really creative with how to do that and not see each other in person did I mean to piggyback off. That one of our kiddos their school Did a basically through an email out saying put bears your front windows and Act like your kids are going on a bear hunt and so you can walk your kids around the neighborhood and they can count. The bears stuffed animals they see and I mean that was so fun for does and I think just like Allan said just the innate like wants and needs to connect me just even walking around here in like waving. I mean just simple gesture to wave. I feel like everybody is waving now. And just like saying hi. It's filing as opposed to. Maybe we're so busy. They just zoomed through in. You don't even stop so people definitely aren't as busy now and it's been it's been. There are some great blessings that have come out of this time for us. So it's always inspirational to see athletes. That are active in their communities L. And can you tell us about Kershaw's challenge in what you guys are doing to support the communities that are dealing with cove in nineteen right now. Absolutely yeah Kershaw's challenges. The name of our charity. That claimed I began ten years ago. We're actually about to celebrate our ten year anniversary in every year. We roll out new beneficiaries and projects. Her shot challenge will get to raise money through our ping pong tournament in la through. Casey live our country music concert in Dallas in this year right as we are rolling out our beneficiaries projects for this year. Obviously we're in the midst of Kovin and there are so many organizations that are providing meals relief for people that are usually in meat and so thankfully to our beneficiaries behind every door here in Dallas and the dream center in La. They are on the front lines trying to provide hot meals in relief to people that are in such desperate need and so we just ran out this Cova campaign for two weeks in. I mean it was amazing. We we raised over eighty five thousand dollars just in two weeks for these organization. So you know talk about ways that we've seen America be great and at its best right now. People are desperate to give and to want to find opportunities outlets to be able to give back and we got to see that firsthand we saw so many of our faithful donors to continue to support us. But something that was really cool was that we saw five ten twenty dollar donations from across the country. Just fine to help with whatever that killed. I think that was special to see. Just people just like onset are willing to help and just giving whatever would however much or little they have trying to support other people so definitely definitely cool thing to see out of this tweet campaign you picked to charities one in Dallas One Los Angeles two homes. How did you pick these two organizations to support like do they have special meaning to you also like instead every year? We picked new beneficiaries for our Kershaw's challenge project as what we do every year have different. Great applications been just fortunate that worked behind every door and the dream center before you're GonNa continue to have them as beneficiaries. We have other projects are in continue to do it but since they already had things setup for Kobe relief and being able to provide meals. We just decided to do a quick to campaign and let people know that if you donated during this time or be going to these two nonprofits and it was. It was awesome work out really well. The Dream Center is serving literally. Thousands of hot meals to families who all of a sudden are without jobs without students have all their kids home and not eating at school and sing with behind every door. They're creating these care packages. They're delivering people's homes with groceries and essentials in hygiene products. So almost like we didn't want to recreate the wheel when we're trying to figure out a way to support people in need during this Kobe time we just wanted to partner with those who are already on the frontlines had relationships felt again. We just love these organizations. We believe in them in. We trust them. We're thankful that our donors trust us and know that we do all the vetting before handed a know where their money can go. That's so great. One of the things that Kershaw's challenge in the Bush Institute have in common is a commitment to Africa. You know president. Bush Started pep far when he was in office in. We continue that work now through. Something called the gopher partnership screen and treat cervical cancer on the continent. I was fortunate enough to be able to go a couple of years ago. Botswana Namibia and see that work on the ground and there is something it changes your heart. I think it changes your perspective on things and I know that that's the case for the two of us. I wondered if you could talk a little bit about that. Well I mean we love with which is doing over in Africa. You even Zambia. Where that's that's where Kershaw challenge all began for us. I started going there. I mean probably fifteen years ago or something like that in left a huge piece of my heart over there told Clayton first time you hug. Zambian child your life is forever changed because it becomes about that one kid and if you could just change the liked that one kid that was worth all the work and all the money and and everything looks good over there and sometimes I think we get really overwhelmed by the massive Lincoln of poverty that is Africa and all the need that is over there and and so. I just think that that's what we try to do with Kershaw's challenges. It's one kid at a time one time than so we've gotten to build a couple orphanages over there just children's home where these kids about thirty Home are able to be raised in a home. Feels like a family brothers sisters house parents and now we're finishing up the school over there so you know that's been always the heartbeat in a cornerstone of Kershaw's challenge in and I'm thankful that the Lord is kind of expanded our vision to Dallas in La in the Dominican Republic. Slow in our beneficiary over there is called arise Africa and so through them is kind of how we've been able to do all this like onset start at one kid and her name was hope. And I remember I mean clears day when Allen got I got a phone call from Africa just saying we need to help this girl. I mean do something more than just. Have you know her basic needs met and now hope is Thriving in one of the home and she's getting ready to finish up school and start thinking about a profession and things like this and Just to see where she was now matter. We think she's probably nine or ten no matter where she is now is just a just to see the other. One kid is is Is Really Special Great. Thank you guys for that incredible work. That was fifteen years ago. So you would have. You'd just kind of starting off in your baseball career. That memory still with you this this many years later. Yeah that was actually our honeymoon. Basically we got married in two thousand ten and then Three weeks later. She had me over to Africa show. That was my first trip over. Ellen had been gone. You know a few times before. That was that was microbes strip. Basically with hers right after we got married. It was just so providential to see you know God gave us baseball in Ellen's passion of Africa and then to use that flat form. I heard shouts challenge. There's a lot of divine intervention there so's it was really cool to see while we're talking about the Bush institute another another aspect that we're really passionate about his leadership in developing leaders and leadership and baseball's a little different that there's no leadership training classes as far as I know of not in the majors. But you're now well into your career Clayton era all your cy young winner your MVP so by default you kind of become a clubhouse leader. Is that something you really relish and enjoy or is it something that that you seek out or does it just happen? Became a veteran fast. You know I looked up and I was surrounded by twenty two and twenty three year old so that happened really fast but you know I think leadership isn't necessarily necessarily driven by success how people are drawn to you. It's how is how you interact with people in the clubhouse it's been it's just been an interesting journey for me to have so many different people ahead of me and kind of realize what I liked. But I didn't like how how I really learned and the way I learned is by example has lots of guys in front of me that they talk to me but didn't really do anything because I went and saw what they did and they weren't doing what they said and so for people just to have that example. I think is so important so. I'm not a huge vocal leader. I wouldn't say definitely try to do everything by example and try to do things the right way. And hopefully people have questions about that and That's Kinda how I try to get through guys just by continuing to do the same things every day and be consistent and people end up respecting you for that. You know we've never had. I don't Think League Baseball player. Any other professional athlete apply to our Presidential Leadership Scholars Program. So you know. I think the schedules overlap right now. But once you retire many years down the road take a look at that. I think you might get something. Let's keep talking about baseball. We've got Clayton Kershaw here. We have to talk a little bit of baseball. You got a few miles on the on the tires now. You're not quite as young as you used to be. So look good but not quite as young. Is this break. Good for you have you. Have you had this chance to rejuvenate a little more or are you worried about breaking out of that routine? Yeah you don't really get to build of rest. You know like no matter how long you rest you still play the season and feel the aches pains of the season. So it you. You definitely need some recovery time. But you don't need the six months that we've had obviously now go of it so I'm excited to baseball back online. Both were excited so if it does happen where I'll be ready is. This is weird for US TO BE IN DALLAS. At this time we're not used to it Everybody says it's hot here. It's beautiful weather. Yeah I don't know everybody's complaining about it the summer it's beautiful so we're.
"clayton" Discussed on Allegedly NYC
"That's Cute I. I had to download skype on my computer. 'cause I didn't even have Internet back then. I had to go to my manager. My agents office. She did on her IPAD and I sky and they told me that I had known me on Sunday. But this is my second time skyping my whole life up. You should be on leash. You'd be always getting apple devices immediately. Sent to your house. You should be getting all the software since your. I need a nuke ball. No you grow. You need to keep all. I literally got a letter from a phone company thing. You can't use his phone anymore. I want before I got my apple. Losing this basic back. Yeah they're like. We're not supporting this anymore. All right your precious apple grow. I mean I well I got so much shit cause I gotta Google Pixel Phone Lake. I'm so getting it's like it's like how do you like his bigotry? It's bigotry Lee. Along with my pixel phone was basically. If you don't wear masks that's where your life right now. Ask Well Jamie Clayton the next time regular C. You is on Roswell New Mexico working young. Well her work. Her work is like time traveling. That's really needs Jamie's job. She's a time traveler. Like this. Tell anyone ask well. Let's he has felt next Next week Monday. You have to tune in at nine. Pm on the CW. You're GONNA see motherfucking Jamie Clayton. What can we see your character's name? No we can't well. Yeah so by the press release said my characters called Agent Grace Powell FBI. She's an every. I get I have so. Currently it's season two right now of Roswell New Mexico on the CW. I was offered the part from the show on her carina. Mackenzie she's amazing. I had auditioned for the show. Originally like for the for the reboot for season. One and I didn't get the part but this is one of those moments that you hear like after talk about that. You know that I never believed where like I went to the audition. I didn't book and then a year later. They came back and offered me a different part rain at the Gorkhas. Have like they keep your they. It's like it's like you know when they're trying to find the real killer they have like a board and then like this person. Approach this this this and they're like don't forget about that. Bitch. That bitch was there she was there she was there. She knows what their fish was there. Lon this phrase that I love it's called win the room not the audition which not you and I talk about that a lot. It's not about necessarily winning that that part but it's win the room win those people over so one the room and a year later. They came in so they offered me this part last year. I was finishing up on the award and the offer came on so I went out and I'm gonNA have three episodes in this season season. Two episode eight which is next Monday on land of money online. I don't filed and then episode thirteen so there's Abi an eight nine ten or eleven. Am I come back and twelve and thirteen? She's back with a vengeance fabulously chocolates to say them outside every show and I can't thank them enough. It was the best experience where they're Hawkeye. Was there any Hawkeye? You thought was cute. I mean give us the initial given a land girl like I'm like I like the I the crew tight so out there was a hot guy crafty. You're so mean and I know we're we're the most expensive Blantyre vent and they're like you know we own we always we just WanNa fuck the waiter or you just want to see her forever where we're going to take really any questions. Any questions from the fans watching live any question. I'll Yemen's James's high where I'm going to check the comments Reich. Makeup look so beautiful girl. Anti Doosan Bartsch. She did a Nour's palate. Oh and I love like allowed. The corners love. She's GonNa love you. I was closed eyebrows on my thing. Go ridiculous so good. So I'm digging and virtual sectors anti I spent where cons.
"clayton" Discussed on ESPN Daily
"You've been at the dodgers training facility. You're watching the news and it's pretty clear at this point you're not going to see Clayton Kershaw workout. We need you guys. Just decide to get out of there. I don't know he just came out. Let's go home. You know like okay. We walked out. We're still fans out. He and I both just couldn't believe that we are like. There's still people out there trying to get autographs craziest thing happened. We're in the car and just riding along talk and his phone rings and I looked down in the name shows up on the caller. Id on the console. I just went home and I was like. Oh I'm so sorry but it was Sandy Colfax. Oh I know exactly. He was like he's like mind. If I answer this I might try not to look so overeager that my head spun off and I'm GonNa go ahead. It's very clear that they like and respect each other. They call each other Clayton Sandy. You know what I mean like. It's clear that it was just interesting to hear them talk. Because the number of people who can understand what Clayton's life like is very small and the number of people who've almost time traveled into the future and no things about his life and what it's going to be like that numbers even smaller so when they talk about. It was two pitchers. Talking wasn't an eighty four year old and a thirty two year old. It was two guys who could have been talking like there's at famous John mcfee story about the guy who makes birchbark canoes. I mean they were talking about making canoes. I mean they were just talking about their life's work so obviously Colfax and Kershaw are part of this sort of elite group of greatest of All Time. Right the difference being and now. I feel like a jerk. I'm bringing it back to this but it's unavoidable the postseason legacies in the postseason. Records is Kershaw. Do you think he's cognizant of that? Do you think it weighs on him. I don't know I think he will be later. In order to even have a chance to be Clayton Kershaw. You have to be able to process success and failure and build a story to tell yourself about yourself in a way that is every bit as rare as having the arm that can make the ball do that in the in the air. It's easy to go back out there if you keep succeeding having those failures and continuing to go out. There and try is deeply impressive. So you're saying we gotta do to be great right as blest petty could be less petty and just not live in a world in which you're defined by other people which unfortunately is the world. So how'd Your Day with Kershaw End? Think both of our minds were elsewhere. Almost the very end. He dropped me off at my hotel. He was GONNA to meet his family. I was going to try to find some hand sanitizer but it was very much you know. Thanks for the day I appreciate it. It was a weird day but lovely. I mean when I'm reporting my phone is off and so I got back to the hotel and turn my phone and call my wife Sonia. She was like you have to go get clocks wipes and hand sanitizer for your flight. All America has been freaking out over corona virus while you were sitting out at the Los Angeles dodgers with your phone off so it was the next time you got in touch with them. It's funny the only other time I've talked to him as he walked on. Zoom call with Ellen his wife and he walked by and waved a couple of days ago. How has he been spending the time? How is his family? Been spending the time how man they've been his son. They love to play baseball with a ball. They'd be doing a lot of that Ellen. Talked about how he's in the backyard growing into a net and sometimes he throws into a tarp. And you know he's trying to sort of stay in this narrow sweet spot where he's not burning up his arm and yet he's GonNa be ready you know. His workouts are done every day by eleven. Thirty cooking breakfast plan. Papa shot out this Jim. One twenty eight but jockey. I was worried about how I was going to report. And then it turns out that Ellen was filming all these videos of them playing at their house and sending them to the dodgers waiting. Everybody Line Buddy we are going to show you a day in the life of the Kershaw is May Day. She talked a lot about how you know. This is a weird window into what retirement is going to be like. He's in there flipping pancakes and being a dad. And they're watching movies and doing cannonballs in the pool. She realized that how nostalgic they're all gonna be for the sound of a baseball whizzing through the air and then whapping against a tarp or net once. All of this weird baseball circus is over. However many years from now that is she's like you don't really understand what a pitcher like Clayton's fastball. Sounds like until you can hear it and it's terrifying. I mean it's you know it's buzzing through the air so she talked about how she's going to be nostalgic for that sound a guys finishing day bring some books some waffles. It's been a good one. Thanks for hanging out with us. You'll stay safe and hopefully Yeltsin right so you. Did you get the sense from his wife's that they're almost enjoying this extra time with him? This sort of limited period or that. They want baseball to begin. Think both like full-throatedly both understand those are contradictory. But I mean that feels very human to me. He wants to go win a world series. He wants to be number. Twenty two for the Los Angeles dodgers the guy that people count on. He's at home in Texas in April which feels weird. His body knows. He's not supposed to be here. Clayton Kershaw body wants to know. Why the Hell it's not in Los Angeles you know I mean I'm sure like on a subliminal physiological level of feels weird right obviously this law season or Bradtha season on hold is affecting all athletes all baseball players but it seems to me that for someone like her Shah who is getting older who has so much to gain at this point in his career on a team that was regarded by many people to be the favourite going into the baseball season. Well he lose more. If this season never happened. I guess I'd like to let Ellen Kershaw into that. I just pull the story up. She said he is healthier than he has ever been. So I think that that has been frustrating because I think he was so ready to go into the season but part of me also wonders if taking these months off his just going to be more time for rest on his shoulder and then she said you know Clayton his pitch so many innings and I really hung mayor in the air. It's a story about one working person with a family dealing with the corona bars. It'll be a long time. And only with the benefit of hindsight will we understand sort of what was lost in what was.
"clayton" Discussed on Sibling Revelry with Kate Hudson and Oliver Hudson
"To live in this scenario. What was mom like with dad though as a mother? What would you like when you were younger? You're again two different experiences. Okay so with you she. She was great. I never I never had a garage in but I thought she was great. I was close close to her and I was a kid. I was irritated by her. A Lot Just her parenting style. realize now when I say here with if my daughter I go holy fuck. That's the person I didn't like either. And she wonders what my daughter reactors. Because you're doing the same. She did to me just Nag. Imag Nag. Like to kind of fucking breathe for a minute is always like this. Did you ought but I never had that with her. But did you see now how she was with him. I don't have that recollection of it. I really don't I remember as a kid. I was very very resentful because my mom is very a fair skinned and I was very dark skinned I always and I dealt with. Somebody raises them outside the House. I would always come in the house. I remember seeing things. Because you're fucking white. I wouldn't say because you're white. That's Wii I'm like this is like well what do you do. I'm white I'm like you're white and I'm not near the you know. I just figured like it was just carried over to the house so I looked at my mom like she was white. My Dad was was darker so I related to him better because he was experienced racism from white people. Yes outside the house. That's why I'm here on black mother and think that well she's on me because she's racist. Does well yeah I just. It really dug home from a very young age. So that's pretty deep. All my friends black growing up because I didn't have any problems with them so the blankets as a thank God somebody to me. They're going to get worse. But I still gotta worse because in Canada the worst thing you could be in the seventies was was an Indian person. You're the lowest form of human species. The racist came over. It was pretty bad pretty bad. Pretty bad what do you. What do you feel like it's like today? It's completely on its head now. Yeah but I mean still there. Do you not exactly not as overt as it used to be but you experience racism. I don't personally do on a different level but Canada. Hi and recognize where we can see it when we walk into a room. Yeah you know what you know where it is and now with sort of the political situation globally in North America. There's a swing to the right so you're seeing certain people feeling empowered and there was a sort of a spate of attacks in southern Ontario. Where I live recently Louis or over the last twelve months so now I you know? I keep certain things in my car. Just because they've they're literally attacking like South Asian people in parking lots and things like that. It's not it it's sort of died down now but there is there was a big right wing sort of empowerment of anti immigrant anti refugee. You know that type of thing thing that started last year it's died down quite a bit now. We haven't seen the same attacks but I'm very much aware of it have you. Have you experienced anything like that. No but I didn't lead. I trained Jitsu three times. It was a week and I'm a blue belt with two stripes people. I kind of like really. Yeah I do so my head. I'm like please go for fucking dare you to uh-huh putting the sleep really quickly so when you're hurt you put you to sleep and lay you down and walk away. That's all I WANNA do. Just two league. No don't book and just do Shay. Yeah Yeah even when you're on the road you don't get shit. Nah Not really. I mean if I do I pretty much handle it you are. Dad taught us not to take any shit that was his a big thing. Oh really little guy. He was small he was five was five four or five five at the moment is maybe five at. Its tallest if you could describe each rather in like two sentences. I want you guys to describe each other's personality Clayton for us all to sentence. Somebody go first so he can think about this. He's he's quick. Okay so since you're two sentences my big brother my protector. Amai always and I don't mean any penny letter sometimes except for with wings. Why are their wings? Just in case corrupting Comments here a lot of commerce with commas Protector detector my protector. My big brother my always most wings wings My constant that's one sentence yeah love it. Doesn't that's amazing. I don't need to second. He's my little brother. And that kind of sums everything up. He's just my little brother. uh-huh I'll tell you I can't in two senses but I'll tell you I'll tell you a quick anecdote is on our father's deathbed he said. Make sure you look after your brother. Yeah and so everything that's happened since then has been to honor that request to make sure I look after my brother so whenever he does something that I can't control I feel he's going in the wrong direction. I feel like somehow I've let him down or I've let our father other down so for me it's always been about looking after my little brother and you know how he said about being the protector. I always feel safe when I'm with my brother. Okay so you've let him take care of you two. Yes okay mazing. Gee that's one way if you could tell your brother if you hands right okay. Do you get the something that you wish not to change about him that you wished he could have something that in his life that you could say. God I wish you would. You could do this and you would be this. You know what I mean like. If you just open up if you could just get rid of your anger if you can just be this that.
"clayton" Discussed on Sibling Revelry with Kate Hudson and Oliver Hudson
"And Clayton Peters It was really great. It's one of the first ones we actually did. He has a special out now called deported. They came over and a great relationship that those two boys have. Yeah I mean it's it's definitely interesting because we'll get we'll get into all that pretty cool but it was so I was one of our one of our first ones and so we were sort of you know in listening back on. It's funny because we were kind of you know Kinda Green translates newer finding our way and farted way too. Many many times into the microphone cut out. I think all of them all of your farts left not one far. They're disgusting but you know it was interesting to hear you know. We read his book. Book They had a really interesting childhood. It was fascinating to hear them talk about growing up in Canada Canada. Not give away too much but what it was like to be not just Indian but of a certain Indian descent growing up in Canada and and how that affected their lives and again how different their perspectives arm because Clayton's older Clayton is Russell's manager manager and and has been working with him for a long long time and he like loves hip hop hypothesis. His thing right and that's how we started. Yeah it just started right off the bat we start talking about hip hop and I think it was far side so when the episode starts it's just like lake But anyway anyway I I really love talking with them. It's the hip hop hostile on the house. Hip.
"clayton" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM
"Clayton neville. I'm Jim ruin take them to jail. Two of the nation's toughest DUI laws of taking effect with the new year. Both are in major tourist states. And you survey from one of the nation's most popular right healing company spills the beans on how employee's really feel. I'm zero offer. The NFL has its first official casino sponsor. I'm John Stolnis. I'm Jim Bohannon with a look at New Year's resolutions in a moment. All when we return on America this week. President Trump says he would love to run against Massachusetts democratic Senator Elizabeth Warren who took the first major step toward launching a widely anticipated White House bid on Monday. Correspondent Kristen Holmes reports from Washington forget twenty one thousand nine hundred Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren ardine has her eyes on twenty twenty announcing her first big move towards a bid for the White House. The launch of an exploratory committee for presidential run in a four and a half minute. Long video Warren, highlighting her working class background and warning of a deepening prices for the middle class in America focusing on her efforts to push back on Wall Street war is the first high profile Democrats, you take action towards a likely presidential campaign. But her announcement was hardly a surprise. The sixty nine year old Senator has been a vocal critic of President Trump and the Republican party repeatedly attacking the president who calls her Pocahontas openly, mocking her native American ancestry the democratic field of. Of twenty twenty candidates is expected it to be very crowded with dozens of names already floating around and our recent poll shows Warren coming in sixth among Democrats and democratic leaning independence in their choice for nominee, but she certainly has time to go with thirteen months until the Iowa caucuses in Washington. I'm Kristen Holmes reporting leaked audio of recent standup material performed by comedian Louis C K is causing him. More controversy already in twenty thousand nineteen correspondent Clayton Neville says the recording reportedly captured CK mocking parkland high school shootings are Biber's for expressing concern over the shooting. The Audio's release comes after accusations of sexual misconduct against the comedian surface last year, five women accused C K of sexual harassment and abuse he admitted to those accusations and apologized, he lost potential commitments with Netflix and FX cut ties with the comedian now more trouble after the bootlegged audiotape hit. The internet Sunday the bid opens with general complaints about teenagers before focusing on the activists survivors of the parkland massacre that left seventeen people dead..
"clayton" Discussed on Made for That
"I had so much fun with my next guest Clayton Taylor. He currently holds the position of digital content producer bell media in Toronto. He's also hilarious. Animated. You have to take my word for it and his brain hold more music knowledge than anyone I know. I I might Clayton twelve years ago when I took a job at age. He was quick to take me and show me the ropes of working in a record store. Though I don't think we truly bonded until awkwardly knocked over an entire display of chocolate oranges the mall. In. This episode Clayton and I got a good and bad of social media whether or not he believes he was made for a straw. The common trait that he's discovered among successful artists. What happened when he got the chance to interviews favorite band and a lesson he learned seventeen, they'll never forget. A couple of things before we begin. I have to ask an advance for your forgiveness on the audio. This was one of the first in person interviews reported that came with a bit of an equipment malfunction. headset the cost of noise on the Mike but I wasn't about to hold back for publishing injury because. I should also note that this the last episode I'll be publishing until after New Year's Day. I hope all of you have a wonderful break and for those of you who struggled through the holidays for whatever reason I want you to know you're not along I will be available from two four PM Pacific. Standard Time on Christmas Day to talk if you need to. Send me a message on Instagram at made for that if you want to act. Hope.
"clayton" Discussed on Kristi Lee Uninterrupted
"Clayton anderson official dot com twitter social media facebook instagram which i'm about instagram life is actually manderson you can find us there fall along interact like hearing from everybody so facebook page is pretty up to date too yeah awesome so it's clayton anderson official dot com you know there's an astronaut named clayton anderson yes yes yes and we've actually become we well yeah because on on twitter we kind of went back and forth and and in it's like because he had a check mark at the time and i didn't and so he was razan couple times but we've went back and forth but we've actually become pretty good friends and he's out he's from nebraska originally and body coaches out there nasa man to come catch a game we're gonna have to hang we've never met each other in person but like he sent his book which was actually really really entertaining book called ordinary space prequel guy he's actually pretty astronauts are fascinated me mart come from my county we got three i know so so for their astronauts buddy lot my buddy is my he's he's from pennsylvania source like work go five hundred dummies put him in a box shake him up doormat he he landed landed get out of here place lawrence county i'm down there for show was it mitchell doesn't right it's called the mitchell opera house i was stunned at the acoustics in this little place it was really special venue i i mean i drove two and a half hours to get there whatever it was but i learned my doing but once i got there it was amazing we're actually gonna put really all i'm coming to that show it's cool it's it's small area small acoustics you want to play loud which is perfect her before they've asked us to do it for a long time it just never could workout you're going there because it really was a special place and they were so nice people so i think people take a lot of pride in they put some money back into gorgeous and like we're talking earlier about getting people get out of their house want to go where where people are giving you're such a nice great guy thank you so much for spending time with me i hope you enjoyed that once again clayton anderson official dot com for
"clayton" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney
"Wouldn't it be great if everyone said what they meant the city double card does it that you're double cash back with one percent when you buy in one percent issued the cd double cash card double needs double he's he's baseball tonight scoreboard this is the baseball tonight scoreboard or wednesday july nineteen two thousand seventeen i'll buster only coming up clayton kershaw does clayton kershaw things the razor rise up late against athletics in a pair of big trades rocked the majors let's get to it the first pitch on tuesday evening word came down the jd martinez of the tigers who probably was the number one position player target in the market was traded to the diamondbacks for prospects in return the tigers will receive infield prospect dwell lugo sergio alcan terron jose queing lugo was the 43 to prospect in the timing back system now with news at that having already broken the diamondbacks one output hurting on the reds and at a drivein centre hamilton goes back you would paul is not the wall here comes the runaround third pollick habit ruinous economic time pollick wound gore was david peralta with that hit arizona sports nydia point seven fm and jake lam chipped in lam youth one down to the wall built corner ac could be brought the current thirty comes in here comes only around third he's going to gore lamps on his way to therapy he'll make it in damning thought cure on trouble with them back looted by the to the diamondbacks went on to win this game eleven to two and after the game toilet bolo the diamondbacks manager was asked if the pregame trade affected his team jim in super league's analyses equally registered was all this until some points during the day game that this was actually happening so far no the from office every day weather was today's tomorrow on offseason they're always look into from this.