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Fresh update on "clayton" discussed on CBS Sports Radio
"Okay. Giants are taking on a legend tonight. In that they're facing Clayton Kershaw, who was the starting pitcher for the Dodgers. He's gonna face Johnny Cueto and Game two of this three game. Siri's with Los Angeles. And you know, I find it interesting that when you have a great picture of a generation As Clayton Kershaw has been mean He's kind of the barometer as to how everybody That proves himself during that decade, or decada have however long his career is Because he's always been so consistently good now. When you played. I mean, it was no one Ryan. Or it was Steve Carlton, who both are enshrined in the Hall of Fame now, But you know, you kind of judged as to how good you were when you took your bats against those guys who were the best. And four Clayton Kershaw mean he's been that guy? I mean, if you look at his numbers lifetime against the Giants are remarkable 47 games started. He's 23 12 with 1.7 for and tonight. He's going to take on the Giants and everybody in that in that lineup has a little Personal Story about having faced him except for Ted with Trump, and he's the new guy on the block. But you can bet your bottom dollar. This is one guy that he wanted to face just to prove that he is a big leaguer. And so there's a lot of instead at stake tonight for everybody in this lineup, but it's pretty cool facing an icon if you look at his record, and you just mentioned 23 12 in his lifetime. IRA is 1.7 for I'm shocked that the Giants had beaten him 12 times. With a 174 And they've beaten him seven times at Dodger Stadium, where he's 10 and seven. So and I think what that tells me and I'll get back to the question, you asked, is that a lot of those games he was matched up against Madison Bumgarner. And Bumgarner. If he did not pitched Kershaw, he pitched even with them in the giant state close enough to beat him or at least come close to being a ce faras staking your claim against a guy like Clayton Kershaw. I mean, that's going to be a big chore for somebody like Chad with Trump because I guarantee you that Kershaw is looking at these young guys and he's going All right, let's see what you got, kid, and he's not going to challenge him with fastballs. Know he's going to jump this kid to death to see if he's going to chase you gonna see a lot of cutter's on DH. You know, in Chadwick trumps a young guy. He might just swing and swing and swing. And eventually run into one go. You never know it very well happen. We do know that there are some guys that have had absolutely no luck against. Clayton Kershaw and one of those guys is Hunter Pence. And Brandon built. And belts, not in the lineup. So you know Pence has got a chance to run into one, too. So anyway, it's always a challenge when you face Kershaw. On then it's always a challenge. For the giant starting pitcher to try to hold down this Dodger lineup. Giants have not had a pitcher go into a game and get 18 out yet. They haven't had a quality start from starter. You know, I was thinking about that today. Mike and somebody's Made a big deal of that. And I don't think the Giants care they don't because what they have done is they've tried to protect their guys. So one stat says. They don't have a quality start. The other statue should say. They're getting guys out there every day in there pitching and eventually they will get a quality start because they're going to start building up in. Well, Let's hope it's tonight, maybe a great shot in the arm for everybody in this lineup, and for this team to be able to take down Kershaw in Los Angeles, Although my favorite Kershaw game ever was the game that he got beat one Nothing and the guy that hit the home run was Joe Panik. That's good. I love that guy. Enjoy the ball game..
Atlanta - Clayton County suspends high school sports for 2 weeks
"On it. Will Clayton County public schools announcing a two week freeze for all sports, Because Corona virus concerns here's WSB Cheryl Castro. The Clayton County School district says it made the decision in light of the potential impact that high school sporting events could have on the spread of the Corona virus. The school system says it considered recent athletic programs in Clayton County, experiencing Cove in 19 cases with one as recent as
Lawyers For Former Dallas Police Officer Amber Guyger File Appeal For Lesser Charge Following Murder Conviction
"Asked to consider a lesser charge in the case of former Dallas police officer Amber Geiger, Amber Guy you're serving a 10 year prison sentence after being convicted of murder in the shooting death of both Anjan Geiger claims she shot John after mistaking his apartment for her own. Now her attorneys appealing her conviction, asking for a lesser charge of criminally negligent homicide. The claim is that the evidence didn't prove beyond a reasonable doubt that Geiger committed murder. The defense team asking for a hearing to prove their case. Clayton Nevel
Ex-Angels employee charged in overdose death of Tyler Skaggs
"A former L. A Angels employee is charged in the death of Angels picture. Tyler Skaggs, correspondent Clayton Nevel says Skaggs died last year of an alleged drug alleged drug overdose during a team road trip to Texas for L. A Angels communications director Erik A. Charged with conspiracy to distribute fentanyl U. S attorney Aaron Millie Cox says K allegedly gave Tyler Skaggs a blue pill resembling an oxycodone tablets. That was laced with
Weekly food drive continues Saturday, August 8 in Atlanta
"Serious crisis. That's US representative Davis Scott on how the Cove it 19. Pandemic has impacted so many Georgians to help those in need. During these difficult times. The congressman has partner with the U. S. Secretary of Agricultural Sonny Perdue, Clayton County Fire and Emergency Services, the family Health Centers of Georgia, the Atlanta Community Food Bank, George Association of Broadcasters and the the Urban Urban League League of of Greater Greater Atlanta Atlanta for for a a free free drive drive through through covert covert 19 19 testing. testing. And And full full distribution distribution thiss thiss Saturday Saturday from from 9 9 a.m. a.m. to to 1 1 p.m. p.m. at Monday's Mill High School With a record high of unemployment rate for George's. During the Koven 19 pandemic, many families have struggled to keep food on their tables. Calloway, president, CEO of Atlanta Food Bank, says the need for food is ongoing. There will be elevated levels of need around Atlanta and really around the country. For many months to come and maybe years Theat Lana Community Food Bank and U S Department of Agriculture will provide free fresh food to 1500 families on a first come first serve basis that their drive through event this Saturday. That's what's
Dallas suburb to review removal of Confederate statue
"Filing an advisory board that will view a Confederate statue. The James Druck Morton statue stands in the city's downtown Throckmorton was a Confederate soldier from McKinney, a recent cold tohave. The statue, taken down amid national outcry of a racism has prompted the city to seek advice before voting on the proposed removal. Assistant city manager Kim Flaum we're currently planning The meeting of the advisory board that will occur between men August and late September. The board will present its findings to the council in October. Clayton leveled by
Kershaw sharp in return, Bellinger HR, Dodgers blank D-backs
"A ding Dodgers make themselves at home downtown against D backs gone into the pool movie beds, a homerun as Clayton Kershaw, the Dodgers blank the D'backs three Nothing Take three out of four in the series D backs just three and seven on the season. Meryl Kelly, What's the clubhouse feeling? Obviously, there's some frustration or just not planning the brand of baseball that we should be, and I think everybody knows that and I think that's for the frustration comes from the D'backs manages for its
End of unemployment benefit will see rise in food banks
"Are expected to see increased the man with the end of the weekly $600 federal unemployment benefit made possible by the cares act, which expired Friday. Here's W. BP's Clayton Nevil. The money was made available as a result of the economic hardships brought on by the Corona virus pandemic. Dr Valerie Hawthorne with the North Texas Food Bank. We do know that food security is tied to economic security. So as households are receiving less money, they're gonna have to make some tough decisions. Hawthorne anticipating demand to rise Over the next few weeks, a
Supreme Court declines to halt Trump border wall
"A big victory for President Trump Tonight at the U. S. Supreme Court, the court allowing the president, you continue to spend more than $6 billion that he diverted from the military. To build the border wall. Here's reporter Clayton Nevil. The funds were paying for construction of a border wall in parts of Arizona, New Mexico, Texas and California. 5 to 4 vote by the Supreme Court followed a lawsuit from lawyers for the Sierra Club and House Democrats who claimed trumps diversion of the money was illegal and unconstitutional. According to the High court's ruling, Neither lawmakers nor citizens have standing to challenge unconstitutional spending with a loss
Cardinals-Brewers game off after positive COVID tests
"Major league baseball game has been postponed because of the Corona virus. Correspondent Clayton Nevel report. MLB says The Milwaukee Brewers in ST Louis Cardinals game at Miller Park is rescheduled as part of a traditional doubleheader on Sunday to allow enough time for additional testing in contact. Tracing 20% of the league's teams are unable to play today because of the Corona virus. Phillies, Moreland's nationals, bluejays, Cardinals and birds all had their games postponed because of positive tests among players and coaches on their teams or teams. They recently played
Moderna pitches virus vaccine at about $50-$60 per course
"Making headlines. Madonna. Is, reportedly, planning to price its corona virus vaccine at fifty to sixty dollars per course. That's at least eleven dollars more than another vaccine proposed vaccine from Pfizer and buying tech. The Financial Times reports price would apply to the US and other high income countries, but that the final price has yet to be determined.
Report: 17 Miami Marlins Team Members Test Positive For COVID-19
"After 17 players and coaches in the organization recently tested positive for covert 19 corresponded. Clayton Neville has the late major league Baseball says All Marlon's games through Sunday have been postponed meeting the team can't play again until at least Monday of next week. The legal so postponing the Phillies and Yankees home and home series at a precaution. Marlins last game was against Philadelphia. League officials say they continue to bolster protocols and make any necessary adjustment Administration says it will reject new
Moderna Starts Phase 3 Trial For Its Coronavirus Vaccine
"Corona, virus cases continue to rise hot spots across the country Madonna Therapeutics is racing to find a vaccine, and as of this weekend it has four hundred seventy two million dollars in government support today marks the launch of Maderna's phase three Cova vaccine study conducted in collaboration with the NIH and the Anti Madeira Develops. Drugs based on what's called. MESSENGER or a these genetic molecules carry instructions from your DNA to other parts of the body to develop certain healthy proteins. The race for a vaccine is moving at an unprecedented pace. There are nearly two hundred candidates development with twenty seven, being tested in humans, the goal getting some kind of. Of FDA nod of approval by next year, although the first vaccine likely won't solve all of our corona virus problems, it's a start and every time markets catch wind of a vaccine approval on the twenty twenty one horizon they respond, which has meant for some Pharma executives big prophets at Madeira Multiple exacts including the CEO you'll hear from in a moment changed their stock. Sale plans this year. Yielding hefty payouts after Cohen, nineteen vaccine trials showed positive results. There are no current allegations of insider trading at Medina, although since news of these stock sales came to light SEC chairman. Jay Clayton joined TV broadcast with a suggestion for companies like modern. I encourage companies to get out there. Disclose where they stand. And limit the amount of sense now it's not possible to limit all touched information. You've got to be negotiations, but limited speculation as to where your company stands. As we move forward and then with respect to things like financing Possible changes in operations, material changes in the way. You do your. Business Practice, good corporate hygiene announce them as soon as you can and before you're able to announce them. Keep that information as tight as possible. The News of Maderna's phase three trial, and it's fresh infusion of government. Cash is a good thing for vaccine hopes,
Hanna upgraded to hurricane as system nears southern Texas coast, U.S. National Hurricane Center says
"Been dealing with an increase in Corona virus infections and now tropical Storm Hanna is getting ready to bring heavy rain and high winds that could last for days. Here's correspondent Clayton at the National Hurricane Center says additional strengthening is expected until the storm makes landfall regardless of its classifications. Forecasters believe this storm will deliver strong wind storm surge in heavy rain. Forecasters predict forward eight inches of rain fall along the Texas Gulf Coast with isolated maximum totals of 12 inches through Sunday night. And we're just in that Hannah has been upgraded to AH, hurricane as the system ears thie, Southern Texas Coast
Vigil Held for Civil Rights Leader John Lewis
"City Elected officials, Community leaders and advocates held a vigil this evening to honor the life of Congressman John Lewis of the Black Lives Matter Memorial on Adam Clayton Powell Jr Boulevard. Lewis survived a brutal beating by police during a landmark 1965 march in Selma, Alabama. And became a towering figure of the civil rights movement at a longtime congressman. He died yesterday after a six month battle with cancer. He was 80
Walmart will require shopper masks at its 5,400 stores
"Put a mask on it. Correspondent Clayton Devil with the story. WalMart in Sam's Club will start requiring masks at stores and clubs nationwide starting Monday of next week, according to WalMart executives, about 65% of more than 5000 of their stores and clubs or in areas where there's some form of government mass mandate. They hope their requirement will provide consistency and all Wal Mart and Sam's stores best buy in Starbucks, also putting mass requirements in place. WalMart says it will enforce the policy by stationing health ambassadors near store entrances. They'll remind customers of the rule and then work with those who show up without a face covering to try and find a solution. Disney world in Orlando continues its
Walmart to Require Masks in Stores
"Says no mask no entry more from correspondent Clayton Nevel, Wal Mart and Sam's Club will start requiring masks at stores and clubs nationwide starting Monday of next week, according to WalMart executives, about 65% of more than 5000 of their stores and clubs or in areas where there is some form of government mass mandate. They hope their requirement will provide consistency and all Wal Mart and Sam's story. Best buy in Starbucks, also putting mass requirements in place.
Serbia-Kosovo talks 'back on track
"Now Serbia has refused to recognize Kosovo's statehood since Kosovo unilaterally declared independence from Serbia in two thousand and eight, nearly a decade after a very bloody war dialogue between Belgrade and Prishtina began in two thousand eleven, producing some thirty agreements most of them, though a not observed, but after talks broke down a couple of years ago, the parties are communicating again with both the EU and the US weighing in well for more I'm joined by James, Kara Lindsay who's visiting professor at the NFC and author of the politics of recognition and engagement, e you, member-state relations with Kosovo James Let's begin with the US involvement. Where do we stand with this? Well. There was a lot of excitement that the united. States was getting involved in this process a couple of years ago. There was a sense Washington really wants it's gets are. Big International Agreement. This was going to be one of trump's moments of glory. That was going to get reelected. And so there was a lot of activity that was going on. By the United States role, the separate from the e U process switch continuing as you've noted since two thousand eleven. But recently it's basically collapsed in this collapse for number of reasons one because they would charges brought against the presidents of Kosovo. For War Crimes but also I think that we just up against the clock in the United States Rick. Grenell the US ambassador to Germany, who was handling this? It looks like he's going to be very involved in trump's reelection campaign, and as we know it less than four months to go before the US election. I, think the latest sellings way hand over to Europe is saying look I've. Got To be dealing with now, so the ball is very very certainly back in the European court now and there was a video summit on Friday chaired by the the the Cherry double-act Merckel macron. What what transpired? The the problem as Well. There's a whole range of problems. As again as you noted as being a range of agreements have been put in place over the past, a number of years most which haven't really been observed, but there's also been deep divisions within the European Union about what they want. Now there's been a number of proposals being coming forward a nice been suggestions that the President Sukasto vote and Serbia. Actually at one point very close to a deal, but controversially that would include some so the territorial swap and we know that Germany in actual fact Britain as well a very very opposed to this. The. Americans on the other hand seem to be open to the idea although they seem to be a rowing buckle now now. I'm so the probably essentially have is that we need a big picture secondments here and the Europeans have been pressing so small normalization agreements, which is all very well and good boots. As I'm saying I worked Cypress pathetic years, and these small agreements, a justice difficult to get into place, and even more typical in many ways to implement than actually spending time focusing on a big picture final deal, and so I think this is the real question about half now. Is it going to be back to try to get these piecemeal agreements that don't really work or all week in the focus on the big picture? Final settlements. Will really put this issue behind both Kosovo. and Serbia and of course that question becomes very urgent, because it looks as if the leaders of Serbia in Kosovo will meet face to face in Brussels later this week. Yes I'm I mean to be honest with you? I don't think anyone's really expecting that. We can see any big breakthroughs now. and I again. I'm I'm very very skeptical that you're really even knows what it wants. the IT could be a return to these sort of. These small bitsy talks which you don't get me wrong. These are important things that needs to be doubts which will make long foot for people in costumes survey much better. But like a Lotta people a my view is the you sold. If they were the big picture deal, anyway and so what you're doing is many ways wasting time on energy block treasurer on all these trying to get these small agreements, which in the end don't really get implemented because that fundamental big picture agreement so. I I think the big problem here is that it's it's. Europe's coming at the wrong way. I mean Europe officials as saying that resolution is the only way that Serbia and Kosovo seek to become members of the EU. Do you think that that's a big enough incentive? Well. I mean I. Get sent certainly in Kosovo there is. A growing realization something needs to be done so often. Votes Clayton dependency. The was that we go from. There was a we've got. The Americans behind US rebuilt the British the French recalled Germans. They're going to go out and tell. The world recognized Kosovo and in the first few years. That seems to be what was happening and we got to a point where about one, hundred ten or hundred thirteen of the one hundred ninety three members of the UN recognized. Kosovo But Russia and China refuse to recognize it, so that prevents full you and membership, but what we've seen in the past couple of years is Serbia's lobbied countries to withdraw that recognition of Kosovo is now recognized about ninety seven countries so I think in Prishtina this realization if we want to join the UN if we want to be a normal, fully accepted country on the world stage, we've got to reach a final deal with Belgrade. What is it that we? We can offer Belgrade. The Belgrade might be willing to accept. The trump is what it sink. President Sanctuary was willing to offer Belgrade's. The German said No. We're not willing to allow it to go that far because if you stop changing borders between Serbian, Kosovo. Even if this is consensual, you'll not problems north Macedonia and Bosnia so we we have a fundamental problem here of how we're going to deal with something that frankly speaking could be dealt with sally easily. If, there was sort of coincidence abuse amongst the Americans, the Europeans, subs and the Kosovo Albanians James. Thank you very much? Indeed, that's James Collins.
The Impact of Artificial Intelligence on Life Sciences
"Live. Let's kick it off as Glenn with Meta data. You're on the and business podcast. So Glenn Are we're GonNa talk a bit about the future. And we're in this wild time in your industry with the corona virus, but I wanted ground us in the now. When when you look even in the space for twenty years you look at where data are starting to transform processes in life sciences. How do you like to frame it? What's the state of affairs today? So I think if you. If you look at what happens in life sciences outside of data, we just look. People, the big trend that we're seeing is it's good trend. That's the world I. WanNa live in as a patient. Therapies are getting more. Effective therapies are getting safer, and it's because they're being designed very different. Way used to be that you try to create a therapy that worked for as many people as you possibly could, and you would maybe high fiving in the hallways. If you right for Outta ten patients, you know this. This was the world of the blockbuster drugs, and it was about as imprecise as possible like a patient has a blood pressure over this. Give him this drug. Patients got cholesterol over that. Give them this other drug, and now as you start to get into these more effective therapies because they're more precise. Actually start to create an interesting data problem, and that is you start to have smaller and smaller denominators. If I'm starting to in well, this drug isn't district people who have a blood pressure over this. They also need to have this gene. They also need to have or not have this pre existing condition. ETC, acceptance every time I come up with more criteria. The pool of patients who are going to bed. And remember. We're making things that people take. They put in their bodies, and we've to make sure that they're safe. Not just effective, and there's a good way regulatory bodies who are protecting that safety and efficacy. So now as these patient pools, who will benefit therapies get smaller. We also have smaller smaller pool of people who we can use from a research perspective would be volunteering. Stoke the specificity, which is great means that we have a scarcity of patients that we've got to deal with a new way and I think that's been driving at least I have a very kind of drug development centric view of the world. About a drug discovery. Can I find a new molecule I really focus on the will what do I? Do if I think I've got something that's going to cure this kind of cancer. Think about making more evidence, but with fewer people line. Smaller denominators I think that's a big piece of what's driving the data landscape in life sciences. The other thing that I'll tell you which is kind of interesting, is that the life sciences industry has not been really good about data, standardization and a guy. He was a big influence in the way I think about data medi data chief data officer starting from about five years ago, his name's David, Lee and He came out of the insurance industry. Any any taught me that data standardization. Doesn't sound sexy, but until you do that, you can't benchmark until you do that. You create a predictive model and the life. Sciences Industry hasn't been great about data standardization because everybody was doing stuff for this one drug in this one area, and so I see people outside of Medi data as well, but certainly the kind of stuff that we do is we try to use AI to climb that data value curve. How do we a figure out how to standardize data in different ways data from different sources about different things? Let me just give you one quick tangent example. I got asked very kindly to speak at a conference about Ab-. Stroke and I do not know anything about cardiology like I did cancer research before we started medi data I'm comfortable talking about oncology, so I figured I better. Get ahead of it if they're asked me to. Present and I got up on stage and I said listen I. Don't know anything about stroke. But if I was speaking to a bunch of oncologists, and they were trying to build a predictive model around cancer diagnosis, and they were only looking at cancer research. They're not going to be very successful because everybody already has cancer in those research studies, but if you were to be able to go and look at large-scale cardiology studies, stroke studies studies about hard tax. If I were to go, pull data from studies research about diabetes. Then I'm going to know what those patients looked like before their cancer diagnosis, and then I can start to use. Use that to build that model so when you put that Lens on things, you realize I need to standardize data across a lot of different kinds of patients and a lot of different kinds of research patients who are in research. I have to stack the deck. I don't mean that in a various way create to create the biggest possible denominator to create the most evidence generating. Data set that I can, and even just generating that data set requires ai tool sometimes, and then once you got that data set. I think probably inherently obviously you. You've got more traditional statistical tools and methods with frankly work great and a lot of the shared also can start to apply things like machine learning neural that works and look for look for signal that you might have missed or enhanced signal. That wasn't there traditionally so I. I do think that's happening I. Feel Pretty Good. There's a lot more we. We can do, but we're. We've started as an industry getting that right. Yeah, until there's couple of things to poke into here I. Like the landscape paint I'm going to dive into a couple of things. You mentioned one of which was around standardization, so yeah, I mean what a tough problem! I think everybody. We've interviewed in healthcare. You guys are in Pharma. If I was ever GONNA be selling a product, probably said the six time on the podcast never be selling artificial intelligence solutions to hospitals like a break one. One of the Pharma companies, but in healthcare, broadly whether they be life, sciences, or or diagnostics, or whatever the case may be just data, being goofy, and like in silos and locked up and not uniform sort of this big ubiquitous issue is this when you talk about the standardization, clearly from what I understand of our look into companies like the MERCS and the bears of the world. They're beginning to try to do this with their own big corpus's of historical information, whatever being able to streamline things so that it's. It's findable, maybe not machine readable yet. They don't necessarily know where that's going to add value just yet in most cases, but but at least make it more uniform. Is this something that the industry is GonNa have to get to the same page from kind of a regulatory or kind of soft law level, or is this just per company? We're GONNA have to come up with data governance policies within our firm and just be really steady about those across silos. Like how do you see this rolling out? Yeah, so? Well I. DO think that individual companies are working on that, but I also think that there's industry organizations. There's commercial entities. My own included who are trying to do that beyond the walls of an individual company and I think we're GONNA have to I. Don't think the data that one company has is going to be sufficient. Across all the use cases that we'd not just a good idea commercially, but we have a medical ethical obligation to create the best care possible when data sets and I do think that the data quality is a really important thing to think about if if it's a a regulatory prescriptive method of doing it or the way regulation works today, which is demonstrate to people that you've done a responsible set of work to standardize things and prove it, but a lot of people will point a finger at regulators and say they're slowing down innovation, sometimes particularly and Pharma and I do not believe. believe that at all regulators. Job Isn't to be like Glen, you're a great guy, so you know I believe what all your data and Algorithms put out. No job is to protect the public health and say Glenn proved to me on paper that you did something that was scientifically ethically responsible to jobs. Is So so i? Think if that requirement is there? What you'll see is individual companies trying to solve this on their own, and I've seen this before in life, science space with other technology things, even just the management data used to be every company tried to do it their way. Out of their basement, and then twenty years later, this medi data do Thanh, research and again we're not the only company doing it, but you see platform providers that are doing it at a larger scale so when I see everybody trying to do it individually get excited because that means that there's actually a market demand for that. And you're creating a marketplace where the best technologies, the best rhythms, the best data sources will create something that more and more people will come onto, and that's how that's everybody clearly. I think we could extrapolate that for those of you. Listening into almost any industry right I think people say this. Even about I'm just GONNA throw some random stuff at ya like automotives. Hey, if we're GONNA make safe self driving cars. Do we want Ford my develop something about some certain snowy driving circumstance like there's GonNa. Be Some things that are going to have to be transferable so that everybody's safer on the dam road and with drugs. Maybe it's the same way. Business Opportunities Hey if we can be the ones who even through kind of soft news. Can Be. The folks that people rely on to develop a system instruct sure that's going to build a really sticky market position in clearly from a business perspective. That's that's an appeal as well part of the challenge see in life, sciences and I know you've obviously you guys have dealt with this and found ways around or whatever there's there's a way to frame it, but you know I. Look at companies like we just did a piece on Johnson and Johnson for example looking at some of their current innovations and investments today I. Frankly we. We don't see a tremendous amount, but they're involved in a consortium called Melody Out in Europe somewhere from not mistaken where Santa a bunch of other big players are from what I understand exposing a certain amount of data is being trained on in some aggregate sense in everybody's GonNa get a little bit of the benefit from it. How do we do this? Hey, we all have the same uniform stuff. Hey, we're able to kind of like mould things across companies. How do we do that without giving away the secret sauce, because of course? Clearly as a drug development firm that there's a humanitarian side, and then clearly we have to make payroll in in. That would mean that we've got to keep some of the things that are secret. So how do we uniform things and maybe cross pollinate without the risk of US losing her crowned jewels yet? So that is not an easy thing to do I'm I'm super appreciative of it. The way we've at least tried to tackle that problem is by creating like a give to get dynamic. There are definitely companies out there that sell data. And I think there's a great place for them in the world. Probably doing and we'll do some awesome stuff I. think there's there's a great place in the world for not for profit groups who say hey just throw your data. Here will create naturally yet. For sure, that's all all good, but I also think there's a place for a model where you say look if you put your data into this, what is effectively proprietary bucket, but with a third party that you trust and let that third party that make sure that everybody who's putting their data into that pool is protected in terms of not showing the specifics of your individual data points, so in your example. You know Sanofi doesn't see Johnson and Johnson's data. But you've got enough people in there that you can do things in aggregate and let people compare their own specific data to the more generalized bigger denominator that Medi date, or whoever it is or you and it's done at the standardization is done for you in a way that this transparent and you can believe in the results I think that's a really interesting commercial model, and then must exist in other industries I just not an expert. Well, it's. The way you're talking about it makes it sound like it's kind of a Nathan idea, even for you guys where it's like well. We think that there could be a space for this like it's something that could have all right. It's like an I believe you're right I, think actually it absolutely. Could I just think you Mr Glanton? Whoever your your absolute best partnership guys, you know you'd better be drinking beers or some of these people because there's a lot of trust that goes into those kind of relationships. So. There's a lot of trust that goes along in life sciences anywhere for sure yet. You're dealing with data about patients in some way. Holly anybody in medicine right has a person's life in their hands, but if if we're working on a vaccine for SARS, come to I, mean literally billions of people are going to get it like you've got billions of lives in. In your hands, so he's already. A lot of trust is important in our industry and I. do think that what will see by the way. There's posters at scientific sessions that we've done. There's clients right now are taking some of these aggregated data sets to regulators, and they're using them to demonstrate exactly what I was saying before. Their drugs are safe and effective. But with different kind of aggregated denominator, we call it a synthetic control arm, and it's not that is android senator anything synthesis out of the people it, synthesizing people who are in lots of different research studies into a cohort they can be used as. As a valid competitor to the patients who you treated with your new drought, Nisa solving that problem, you're saying of the narrowness if you have some super niche allergy medication for people with a certain kind of whatever then yeah, maybe you really need to extrapolate in that kind of uniform data, way and and kind of square that circle that you. And I actually think that not only by I know this is happening. See it happening, but this is a harbinger of things to come because. I gave. Let's take it to its most extreme, so in all US oncology, because it's happening there I and cancer, but I think it's going to happen in almost every therapeutic area, probably even like analgesics, and what the next tylenol is, but we are all so interestingly I mean at biologically individual and people talk about cancer therapy, and almost every patient really is like an end of one problem. There is nobody who has your. Your exact same tumor right in your tumor has probably different kinds of cells that have different mutations even within this one problem in your body. So when you start to think about that, we have to use these techniques to extrapolate what the best therapy is for every single person at the right time down to individual. We're going to need as an industry and I'm not just talking about now. Life Sciences although I think by scientists. Imprint part of the for sure. It's GonNa. Pay For a lot of this Oh. Yeah, sure I sure, but but these mathematical models that we used to figure out what to do for individuals there being born right now using these techniques stacking up all this data and figuring out how to use as a group. We're GONNA use that against individuals, so this stacking I'm just going to clarify this point will move into the next question, but I wanNA nutshell this for the audience the stacking is it sounded almost like a combination of two things one if we can have some. Unification, around the data, we can combine it in certain ways where nobody's giving away their secret sauce, but maybe we were able to get bigger cluster of people who have a specific genetic condition, or whatever, and then use that for for our clinical trials. That's one side of it. You also mentioned Kinda the synthetic sort of element. was that kind of like you know what immediately came to my mind? was you know we're we're? We're training an algorithm to read handwriting. You know we'll come up with a bunch of programmatic generated handwriting. That might be slight variations of things like using that I. Don't think that's what you. You meant there, but what? What did you mean by synthetic again? No, so you got that stack. We've got stack of every patient and I'm coming to see you I say all right well. What am I going to treat Glenn while I got to figure out because Glenn's unique. WHO's similar to Glen and so what you do? Is You build these kind of like Matrix views, patients and you start to use algorithms to compare Glenn with everybody in the stack. Yeah Okay Okay you, you pull those people out of the stack, and you then synthesize them into a group of smaller stack, but that is purpose built. To make a guess about what to do best for Glenn Don or all them. You synthesize one of these smaller stacks from the big one to use as a competitor the same way if I had a group of patients who I gave my new drug to and I'll give another group of patients a placebo sugar pill right I, compare them with like. Well, should I be giving people sugar pills if we have tons of people who are in research, who already gotten the standard of care? Can I reset the CISE? Those people into a comparative instead of exposing a whole bunch of volunteer patience to something that. Does, not effective, and that's the synthesis of the group. Yeah, it's not robots. You're not talking about programmatic degenerate I wasn't suspecting were so. It is it is quite interesting. Because the direct analogy, some of our listeners are avid readers that emerged dot com, always covering use cases in different industries. We think about how a net flicks or Amazon does recommendations you know. You're stripping, you know. In their case, it's purchase behavior. Geo Location whatever else for you. It's genetic stuff in health history, whatever and yeah, you just find in those similar clusters and being able to extrapolate a little bit. You know the movie Gatica. People haven't seen it like the ideas like your DNA decides whether or not you're going to be an astronaut or somebody who's cleaning, toilets or something, cleaning toilets, and of course, of course, that's patently ludicrous, because your genes interestingly don't change that much there. In instances where mutations and things, but actually I I can't tell you much more about your health today than I could have told you about your health the day you. You were born because it's a static data. Set Your Connecticut Right. That is a very simple view of it. There's a lot more elaborate stuff, but if you think about all the stuff that is changing about you overtime, Gina Type, and then all of your phenotype, and you start to measure that stuff and you start to think about it. It really is a problem of finding not one needle, but the right ten. Ten needles in the haystack that allow us to make the best comparison between Glen or a group of patients and patients like them, and that's another place where these artificial intelligence tools are used, so we use them to create stacks, but we also use them to select the right needles out of those haystacks to create these comparative groups Yup I. See those reasonable applications I would be you know. BE FRANK WITH YOU IF If that struck me as not possible based on precedents and other industries, but that clustering strikes me as quite possible, particularly solve that data harmonisation issue. I mean that's a Lotta. The crux of it I know we're just about to wrap up I know you have seen a lot of things change with covid nineteen. Thinking about what that means for the future of your industry. Any closing thoughts before we wrap on. What this means for now in the near future in life sciences. Yes so at the risk of making Not Look that good? Because, I'm definitely including myself in this criticism wouldn't have been nice if we had all that patient data stacked up. And I mean they're. They're few million patients around the world who are in studies on the Medi Data Platform. It's all different companies doing the research with their data, but can you imagine if we had that stack? And we were paying attention to in the hundred fifty countries that we do research knowing some of these patients, genetics, and all of their pheno types in a better way than we normally do in medicine, because we see them consistently wouldn't have been great for layer on like who seems to be coming down with cove nineteen I mean no, no, no, no doubt, no young. And I think that that that's an interesting. You put like an exclamation point on why we need to do this. It's like there's an ethical imperative, not just a commercial driver to think about data in different ways. Yeah, yeah, well. To some degree you know my thought is like what you're articulating makes a tremendous amount of sense. Given Your Business Model. It makes slightly less if I work at Bayer. However like despite the biased tilt, I do understand the value prop and I do think that it is compelling and I think it does feel like it'll have to be the future. People are not going to keep distance silos forever. I do think it make sense. Air Because, if you if pharmaceutical a pharmaceutical company B. comes out with the same effectively drug, and and they're competing for the same group of patients, and neither of them knows that you might be better off taking drug Abe before drug be or drug be is better in a certain kind of of patient than drug. As than actually, you are not serving your customer and you're. You're not generating the revenue that you could be generating, and so you should be motivated with other companies to lineup tightly. In terms of what is the best way to treat patients I actually think it's in your best interest. i. e Clayton clearly is I mean there's a little bit more potentially to lose while in your firm, it's it's almost explicitly to game but I. I think he'd do things like you see things like melody you see companies like yours have been tremendously successful. You guys were acquired recently. You know massive congratulations for that and yes I think long term it's not against their interests by any means, and hopefully I think Glenn. It'll be part of the future. I know these are things you've thought about for. People are interested. Interested in some Glenn stocks is a book coming out in August called the patient equation by Wiley. It's about precision medicine in the age of Covid nineteen and beyond Glenn. If people are interested in in stay in touch following your thoughts, we live sciences I. Know We have a lot of people that follow that space. Where should they go on the web to find you? Cou. You could find me on twitter, etc, at captain, clinical a fictitious superhero for good science. And meditated accomplish our website for anybody interested. There's all kinds of papers and men links to publications. We do academic stuff, too, so it's not all commercial awesome, all right,
"clayton" Discussed on Scam Goddess
"Just employ. Because this is kind of embarrassing. We are all. Like? Oh, she's took took two hundred fifty case. Closed the case. The kids are saying no based in. So TAZAWA GLUCK and trying to cover their tracks by roping in conspirators and sharing cash. District employees, so they were like I saw everybody. On the counter three. Let's hold hands still a whole lot of money. There's still a lot of money and if you would like to become a part of the crime as well because see that happening. Please, stand up for the crime on this sheet. It will be on my on my office door later. If you would like to participate in the crowd. Please tear off one of the numbers at the bottom of this. Because listen justice justice, don't pay the bills. The newsletter. Don't pay them you. Man. So, district employees with oversight jobs were given bonuses. Deborah Regino Gluck. INS Niece worked as an accounting clerk of convenient for the Rosalyn schools installed more than eight hundred fifty thousand dollars seventy, four, an authorized Rosalyn school credit cards were circulated among the district employees in their friends and family members, so everybody was getting a coin from Rosalyn School district also like Y'all y'all can just chill a little bit vague one. Is What it sounds like your Robin Roberts. Roof. Can Open. At least do that. Fires in being on credit cards but like. I. Feel like if I was the type of person who could do such a thing, which I can't because number one ABA conscious which I really fucking hate number two. I'm a bad liar, so I would not make a great scammer, but if I was might have like millions, if scammed five hundred thousand dollars from somebody. I will splurge and like get lake. Extra Lake I. Dunno something at the at the. Glock to. Clean you like I will have the GUAC today I. will do want cheese on my burger like you've got to lay all the way I. don't I don't understand why people who are bad at crimes. Keep doing crimes Anita. It got too good to know. That's the thing about scam is about the high to? Drag me hot so gluck and was sentenced to three to nine years in prison for stealing four point nine million dollars. She was released in two thousand eleven. Unfortunately, she passed away in two thousand seventeen, but mcculskey opted to not reach out to his former superintendent when writing his screenplay, instead speaking to teachers, PDA members and other tax payers who had interacted with Tassone. He said I knew the film was called bad education, but it's a bit of a misnomer in that regard, I had an incredible education there and I think it's largely in part strangely to this man frank to so yeah, he gave a great education. You're talking to vanity. Fair breath sounds like I will. He say recruited most frank, disown, recruited most of the teachers, and they were one of the top rank schools in the country, which is true so now the Superintendent Aryan. That's an official title I believe you. It's forbidden from holding any job that requires handling money. Damn. Carl lives a low profile life in new. York but he still receives his pigeons which according to State Law. They're entitled to earn for the rest of their lives, even despite their felony convictions so frank to sewn. Makes a hundred and seventy three thousand dollars annually. Scam of the century. Wow now listen. Am I mad that he's getting his pension? Absolutely not it seems. Make the school district wonderful. He made school district. He also robbed them. Blind I'm confused as to how he was able to do. Both because doesn't it take money to improve me? Have One of the best schools in the nation Mike. He was just getting. Some of it on the teachers, but just like I think he was in there like one for you four for me. For me. I. Wow, and now he's just chilling. Plus a year he oh, he married! is He happy, right? I'm not asking for me. I'm asking for. Is You happy okay to Ya. Happy. So two thousand five. He wrote a letter to The New York Times, refuting aspects of their coverage. He said my lunch life that you write about included fourteen hour days for many years while I moved in the district. Forward admit many goals of the board of Education. I hope the hardworking mothers and Fathers Rosler also remember how much the schools have improved it besides the roof as a result of my leadership. They're real. Estate values have increased like nowhere else in the country primarily because of the schools, the student population increased by thirty three percent during my twelve years in the district, so he said look, what are y'all absolutely without also do my job while I robbed you for short. in doesn't educate a not deserve more money anyway. Air exactly leave me alone. Everyone's happy right hurt here except the. Guys Right. Everybody got what they wanted. What did you want us to do with these? What school district needs millions and millions of dollars? I wonder if he has like a vendetta against the girl on the student newspaper. Like I want. You pesky kids, and you literally is for the meddling kids. Out To these children. Man Living in the world. We have a quick break and we'll be right back with the end the show..
"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 Allegedly NYC
"Old? Oh my wow first of all her feeling I have to. You have a lot of feelings myself utterly Andre Leon. Talley is iconic like you. I wait to hear what he has to say. I don't give a fuck about any influence or because the the the the history of fashion that comes out of his mouth is I want to hear it and especially if you're doing the gala right carpets or anything that has to do with fashion. I want to hear from his mouth. I don't WanNa hear it from a a influencer that their vintages control casuals. I I don't like then maybe even maybe even a couple of cash flow may come on bang anyway I just think if I think bad choice because he is someone that we listened to. I don't know if Jamie did you see his documentary It it was beautiful and the life. Yes yes it's such a beautiful documentary and I had so much even more respective Respecting after that like to to take someone out of a conic as him out of the spectrum is insane to me. That's my piece Jamie. 'cause I know you have been say yet it it. It's interesting because I agree with you in the sense that you're going to have somebody doing the red carpet at the met gala. They have to know their their history and the theme built cutting him. The amazing photographer for the style was known so I mean obviously for his amazing photography but for his knowledge because he'd been in the industry for so long he could break down collection from any designer and say like a know exactly what they were referencing whether it was another designers collection. Right you know or a lower onery down there. There's I think there's a huge lack of knowledge of fashion history with a lot of new young people it. It's why I have a really great appreciation for there's an instagram account called. Diet for Oughta Pauling bitches lobbying fucking DAB because not only do. They work rams for ripping off other brands that they know there is street. And there's there's something you know. I'm I'm a bit of a snob when it comes to clothes. I like clothes I was. I was raised by a mother who had an appreciation for the great for seeing the Ron and Oscar de la. Renta and Bill Laugh and laugh. I mean yeah you know. And there's a lot of people won't even know who built glass. Is You know or or Luda Free Bay. No one knows. Geoffrey beene is for clearing brisk. I've got some different meanings right now. I mean it's there's there I don't know I think that if you're GONNA if you're GonNa talk about close if you don't know I mean if if you only know like Ricardo t she like as a designer of Burbank's by the way racists well homeless but isn't your with Jeevan she had seen so many people are running around these kids wearing orange. Yvonne she and they don't even know that he was an actual person who did you see? And Right Balenciaga. Cristobal Balenciaga mean. I don't even know this of of of Margalla motherfucking crates. Thanks so new generation. I don't think they know they detached the diner from the brand name. I think they think that they are the name. And it's like something that they untie like non talked about but if they even the young kid I think well Oh my God that you just you see. That person did the designer. You're like that's Raunchy and it's like no. There's a whole history of designers behind person. That's taking on the house by philosophy. My My my thinking behind him. Being removed from the red carpet is that in the age of council culture and all of this especially with online in fashion everything moves so quickly by removing him from the red carpet because he could call out a rip off. You know like a knock off. He could call us things out very quickly with John Rain by removing him and having some educated youtube are cover the red carpet. They're keeping everything very bubble gum right but nothing another type of cancer culture where she says something more offensive to just like a celebrity on the carpet. You know like I don't I think personally came with. No you know. Have the knowledge to not say a certain thing or not. You know even at a reading old. Look it's like okay. You can read the old girl but you can't make say the wrong Pronoun. That's the that's the more bigger thing for me in our naming that very true to you know 'cause I are you saying how like how older people like old generations can be so set in their ways. Well yeah but I seem like someone like Andre. Leon Talley that it's more like on it. He knows what's he knows how to take. The things are changing and he does. He keeps us out very like woke got. That's that's it. He's he's always moving with the times and he's always always excited about newness and don't understand why they would cancel. You know we're GONNA have to. We're going to have to see who this What's her name. Let me just pull her name. Really quick lives. Liza Akashi Lives Akashi. We're going to have to see who live the cashier. I don't know maybe she. Maybe she fucking really super fears and who know now. They're never they're never are influencers. Are Not interesting but all they do is have followers and they all they do is like avocado toast wearing fucking island cartels up lead all ladies lady. Here's something it's time for sex talk. I already slept on my all right. Sal In this weird age that we're living in right girl. Don't get me started. It's an age so there's a group chat service called Zoom with created. Just download it for the intention of facilitating group meetings and help students connect across the globe anti like study in groups and make a was an innocent our way got it has become a virtual playground for club kids and now the sex industry. I knew you were coming. I was GONNA ask new girl. 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"clayton" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney
"Twice. I was just curious. What do you do after that? You all this time to do nothing but think about it and then get yourself in a place to start over and try again. That seems way more impressive to me than the ability to throw a baseball the the ability to do that so the next day I sent an email to his agent and there were many agents and publicist and different things but it all started then. I just started to ask so the first day of the off season. You Email Clayton's agent asking for an interview. Then one hundred fifty or so days later on March Twelfth. You finally get to face to face with him. How did your day start out? It picks me up at six thirty right on time. He's never late. And so you know man. We're just riding along shooting. The I mean you know we were laughing about the you know. He checks into hotels under fake names uses television characters He's been Jim Halpern Walter White. For a couple of seasons we went to starbucks and he The name was Tony. So if you're a starbucks or an uber driver in Los Angeles and you're picking up. Downey it might be Clayton Kershaw. And he's probably going to change that now. I'm sorry quite. I told him I was at that world series in Houston automata thirteen seconds silence but God felt like three times that sitting in the car and then he just changed the subject to talk about the traffic just second to weather in terms of meaningless conversation. That people at if you if you're talking with someone and they're talking about the topic or the weather they do not want to be talking to..
"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
"Comedian bomb. Yeah so why not the states you know what it was. Nineteen sixty five. So things in the states were pretty unsettled. Our Dad was actually pretty dark and so a lot of times he was mistaken for being black and and our mom was very fair so and he was very Keenly aware of the civil rights movement and he was very he was very social mind socially minded he was like he was a big follower of. He's follow Jack Johnson and he knew about Malcolm X and Martin Luther King and he haul roads and was one of Paul Robeson was one of his one of his biggest heroes because he was also. Paul Robeson was a big Union Union Leader and very socialist and things like that which I know these days is anti gun degree back then. I love what he said about what you wrote about in the book which which? I'm sure you read and had a part of as well as as I was saying ghostwriter over here dictate he would recall really great. But but when you're talking about your dad is like being the kind of person always question authority and never to like look at the Status Atas quo. You know really big on. Yeah which I just. What an amazing way to grow up to think outside of the he really? He was really anti-totalitarian anti-totalitarian which drives her mom nuts. I'm yeah because she's really into authorities. Your doctor told me they said what they told us to do this now. So she's like. Oh so what you don't believe anything go I just. I just need facts. That's only need your question. What about your intuition word is what does your intuition tell you? Anything about spirituality not necessarily religion because religion is is conceived. I think I'm just talking about your intuition as a human to say I just feel like maybe there's some feelings definitely and do you have to spiritual mildly the way you talked about out your father. Do this weird spiritual thing where I the various have a theory if if there was to be one that the people that love you when they're alive when they die they stay in your life in a spiritual way that so. There's not some some random person out there it's the people that knew and they will sorta somehow whatever they can do to look out really will like A month after my dad passed away I was in Mexico on a cruise ship working doing comedy. And we've got the cause Mellon I decide to rent a scooter and and I 'cause I've been to Cosimo before I'm like I'm bored here supposed to rent the scooter. It's right here off the ship. Let's rent a scooter so I rent. Scooter I start driving down the street and Mexico that got those big square speed bumps. They're like fucking blocks in the middle the road and I'm like Oh shit. Oh Shit Oh shit. So I hit the brake and the brakes went very gonna go. Oh hell no I'm going back. I'm coming back with day. So hit the bump I go over and I'm like I'm going back and then I took this turn to go to come to do a u-turn come like a big round the block kind of thing to go back to the ship and I take the first one but I realized I only wrote drove drove motorcycle once before so I had to turn on those but on the scooter. I didn't know you can't lean so I take the first turn wobbly like Oh shit. Oh Shit and I'll get. Here's my dad. When he was alive saying I never want you to write to wheeled motorized vehicle ever never? I don't want you to ever do this. And there. I am a month after. He passed away riding his two wheel. Motor vehicle wobbly. They take the second turn. It's wobbly then. The third turn which would lead me back to the main road really wobbly and I hit the gravel when I wiped out and just slid and and I'm like fuck up my blood scoring on my hand is a big old pepperoni size rash Sean. My hand on the other hand knees burnt up and I didn't have my helmet on all hard and I'm just like fuck and I get up and the dust clears and I look and there's I fallen wiped out right in front of Pharmacia like had I gone had I not wiped out. I would have gone to that intersection and possibly got hit by a truck. Yeah Yeah right and then so that's made me go. I think my dad just knocked me off the scooter. Because if I'd gone there would have got killed and then knocked me off and I wiped out right in front of a pharmacy that was was my sort of spiritual side there but that was right after he died. But still what about when you go on stage you talk a little. What's up? You know I try my little. What's up with them? I don't get at the goosebumps. I'm like well fuck are you. Were you with religion. Well I was raised. I was actually raise way more Catholic than he was and My knowledge of the Bible is actually not bad. Oh yeah and I went to Catholic schools longer than he did. So I was a little bit more Catholic But I'm conflicted about it. Myself off you are. I am so you grew up your in Toronto. Parche Ronnie from Brampton Brampton. How many years apart are you six? We moved to Toronto. I when when they first came to Canada they moved to Toronto. Moved all over the city About ten years ten years till seventy-five then they moved to Brampton till you're in. Toronto was born in Toronto when he was born where he did you. Were you excited to have a brother who was sort of what I do. I do actually on Indian road of all things amazing which is right off Russell Street Russell the road that's right yeah. Is it really awesome. Well when he was born I was pretty excited. Actually so I've always it's been a little bit Big Brotherly and paternal the six years really made a difference and I've looked after him ever since he was born. I can't I can't think of a time. I'm when I wasn't when he wasn't sort of the focus of the first time you saw him know. What was that dynamic when you guys were kids? Well we were working class first of all. We're working class US Indians or working class. We were working class Indian family which is kind of unusual because most most South Asians that have come are professionals. Doctors Engineers Accountants run factories. Our own manufacturing not on grey's anatomy remember. It's in your book. Remember that Bureau that that I did what I what did you say you sit in. Gray's anatomy there's Indian the index. That sucks right. Yeah Dan when it first came out there were none. Yeah Yeah Bullshit lack going so so as a result of which both our parents worked so we were latchkey kids. Okay so I was really just responsible for them from the get go. He would take me on the bus to school to kindergarten and he was in sixth grade or fifth grade. Or something. I wasn't great for you. Know isn't great for I was in junior kindergarten. which would be pre or they say fourth grade here we say great for yeah? Yeah and and we'd get on the bus. I didn't know any different so it was like just normal. My brother would take me to school. Go Public Transit. We're going the same place and we would stop. Sometimes it's Jumbo Burger on the way home. And he you got the money from me taking care of you. It was like ten years old. He was taking a burger joint care brother his whole life. And you're still are. Yeah and I can't shake that so sometimes we'll get into like little tiffs and things like that or he'll get mad at me for being too aggressive or too protective but not even for being protective. But it's it's an instinct. I can't override. It's it's there sometimes. It's more like hey. Can you think like the manager on my brother for a second right. And that's hard. But what do you mean aggressive when he said you aggressive well I protect him aggressively. It's like it's like being a lawyer. You know you protect your client as aggressively as possible right. And so I see that as as sort of twofold one is a manager and one is a big brother right and and it's not because I don't think he can look after himself or anything. It's just an instinctive thing and fight against it a lot. I'm like ninety two back down and he just I I need to chill out. My brother will say something Blah Blah Blah so and so and now fuck that guy and I'm like what do you mean fuck. I don't take a person. Just call the fucking Guy Sorta deal out now fuck them. They're trying to take advantage of ago. They're not trying to take advantage of me. Would just off to maybe make something work. Did you do just by default. Take care of your brother forever and ever was decided that like you're going to be as manager. Just it's no you know what when I started When money opportunity started showing up and I had kind of an incompetent guy running the at that time it was a good guy? He just a good guy and he was starting to make me good money. Well he wasn't the game just started to change for me and it wasn't thinking strategically enough and he wasn't thinking far ahead enough and my brother was like why don't they do this. I wanted to do that and I go well. Why don't you work for me? And then I I didn't know I don't know how to say you're running assistant because I'm older you're fucking I'm like okay. I'm just asking I don't know what the offering actually actually agron. I've actually run companies for people and he's like Oh you want to be my system. Yeah I don't think you were working. or The gas only gas pipelines. That's actually met my wife life too. Yeah but I was a corporate guy and we makin dough. I was doing okay but at that time it was it was actually really funny because Two thousand five five four and five really tricky years for us. Our Dad was in deep into his cancer. He was dead while two thousand four. Yeah right right but then two thousand three leading up to that was a very tricky time for us in that we live together. We owned a House together and our dad was going through cancer treatment and and He had turned down a bunch of shows. Oh no yeah that's three. I was supposed to shoot a movie in New York and like the day I was supposed to leave. They call me. The the money didn't come in we. We didn't get funded for the movie and I go I. I'm supposed to be there for like a month and a half. I don't work for the next month and a half and I I was already broke at the time. Like fucking I going to do. And then he had he had to cover for me because we ran the housing he. He literally covered for me for a month for the next three months That whole year sure so two thousand and three we actually went for the whole year because he was scrambling to pick up gigs. Our Dowd was going through cancer treatment. we had our gas turned off twice that year in the townhouse that we owned Because coming mortgage taxes all the utilities is cars his car my car and dad so I was doing okay but it wasn't that Okay and then dad passed in March of twenty two thousand thousand four. Let's talk about your dad for a second..
"clayton" Discussed on Sibling Revelry with Kate Hudson and Oliver Hudson
"He's off. I don't know how you do it in the nineties area. Do you Clayton. Do you sit there and watch your brother and sometimes just like do you have anxiety. When he's performing I have had anxiety? You notice like it's like that movie. The fighter with Christian Bale and I remember I went to see that movie and I came out of there and I was Sobbing at the end of that movie just completely bawling like what's wrong with you. She Goes I. It's just like me and my brother because you know what the end. He's like his brother on in the fight and everything. I think it's Mark Wahlberg. Yeah Right Yeah Sorry Micky Ward Bovi. Yeah right and I came out of there and it's exactly the same thing so I'm sitting there and and And there's times when I want to be able to communicate with them when he's on stage and there's times I'm like all right. That's enough enough with the chicken. The black shirt enough with the chicken. The black shirt enough already Enough with the boxing story enough with the box story in the back. I'm like but whatever out do you ever do that. Do you ever kind of like. Do you ever see clear. Took me right off. Yeah it'll it'll throw them right off and I know that so I just got kind of biting my finger in the back. And then when he's really riffing and doing great. I'm sitting there with a big smile on my face but but there's a lot walls between the two. There's Times you're just like all right. That's enough with that. Let's go let's go. Let's go right. You've always been his protector. I mean when the when we're in the book reading about that which is so nice to hear because it reminds me how I was with Kate and you're only three words. I now want me to be though. I mean. She didn't need me to be what but now as opposite. You're the basically the baby I'm well. He's the first. I'm Middle Boston's middle and the baby but let's go back because we WANNA. I WANNA get story from from childhood growing up together because you grew up actually in India or flows born in born in Calcutta back van. But how do you pronounce the Place your parents are from Calcutta is it Calcutta no overrun poor. Yeah that's where my dad's from okay. That's right he was born in Bombay. Move to where we're where it was raised by wolves and You can move to the big city of Calcutta which was a big. It was the biggest city in India India. And then you're and then I was ten months old right. You don't remember ember living in India decision not ten months. There was opportunities for Anglo Indians at that time but the Canadian government said you can come here but you cannot have your baby here right so your mom had to have you. Had I think yes. She couldn't fly which was pregnant and things like that. She had to have the baby there before they could accepted everyone into the country of Canada and six years later he came along ruined his life. Yeah and so you were in Ontario Toronto. Yeah we went straight to Toronto. Okay Dad actually wanted to go to England but mom hated England because she'd seen David Copperfield or something like that as a child and it was rainy and foggy and things like that she uh-huh.
"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 Skip and Shannon: Undisputed
"Any tax here with skip bayless Shannon Sharpe Good Morning Hi Jenny how are you are you do it it's guilt Shannon's become the Clayton Kershaw of undisputed where I couldn't will zero would like eighteenth straight games and second year yes correct so you probably.
"clayton" Discussed on Teen Creeps
"In that time Sofia. Has I mean she's is a despot. She is completely yeah. She's a tyrant. She's like she's like. The Bells are cattle. We've always like they've always known and so. What I'm GonNa do is also like make beauty treatments really super expensive so that the classes get like further divided certain and you know she was like putting Cameos of herself like these like little cameos of herself everywhere that like monitor the use of her name's like if someone mentions her name they like listen a Ha- also to make sure no one's prettier than her yeah because if you're prettier than her you either have to find or like box or something yeah lots of starvation boxes and were you go in there until you just starved to death and then one of them was like member she was going to there. was someone in particular that she was like. I'M GONNA put her in a starvation box and have it be see through and make her go in there naked so that everybody can see her fade away her skin turn gray. Was it breezy you that she was going to do that too. I think so bree was committals assistant in the First Book Yeah Oh yeah and Sophie in the first book made amber birther compete to make changes to the like like handmaiden some of Sofia's who she was like then fixing up with like a rapist pray to the point where like and Camilla saw that they we're getting out of control and she stopped. She tried to stop amber amber killed her or Camille killed her to put her out of her misery in the end torturing her out. She wasn't gonNA recover also like honestly I loved the disagreement to that. Camille aw an Adl hat about amber yeah because like I think we've both been both Camille and Leedle where you just keep cutting this one friend some slack and it's like okay but we were all in a shitty situation and only she acted that way like Ito's right like eight like I don't trust angel is vindicated indicated because Ambrosia like gave away their position and went back with the hope of dislike gaining favor and then gets fucked over anyway yeah 'cause that's what happened. If you sell your soul to attire tyrant guess what never specs you You're just a fucking pawn yeah so like everybody who's been kicked out of the trump administration jokes on you yeah. You never should've tied your boat to that. fucking can shit soaked anchor. You will never win. You'll never get what you want. We'll be mortified and embarrassed and mistreated and eventually just kicked out or killed so it's fatal is like ambers suspect on our trust that bitch which she's right. Yes I loved eight. Although I just loved that she's like kind of just like not likeable and like kind of I was a little annoyed at and this isn't at eight character I was in at the sort of what felt like to me trumped up bickering between remmy and edel o mistrust between them I'd gloss it. I was like yeah exactly that was exactly. I was like I don't buy this. This seems like like swerved him looking for manufactured yeah yeah. It was that part. That's why I didn't even remember it because I like saw and I was like I don't care. I kept reading. I was like I don't believe those no but totally right about communal. I do wish that Adl I dunno played a bigger part in this story because she kind of disappears well. Here's my wife and correct me. If I'm either you disagree degree or you've heard otherwise but is this not a trilogy. Is this just two books. Oh 'cause didn't seem to really fucking talking over at the end I mean kind of. She's like I guess those things. I just felt like this story was so big. This is so sad but nita's he does via diet the end. I can't remember no. She gets put in the everlasting rose prison. That's right. you know. It was interesting interesting done. There's too much to accomplish. Everything happens so fast yeah and also that again like that's a good reason not to call it a resistance. It's it's a full on rebellion that overthrows the tyrant and then reinstates the better princess also. Here's my kind of issue with the story. I loved the moments I loved every moment moment by moment however came the general plot of like Camille is GonNa come back and overthrow Sophia and the iron ladies are going to help and that's what's going to happen and then that's what does happen the end yeah. It didn't exactly like there were any like having a change plans his or like there was not much of this story yawned and then this happens and then this happens on that does have yes. I mean the while I think that Tonya Clayton is a better writer than the woman who wrote Hunger Games. I think I think that the three books structure that she had made made it feel a little more satisfying simply because like it took more time time you know that like there was a more of a gradual involvement in this rebellion and even then like the ending of hunger era games felt super fast to me yet over vast and so with this we only have two books and it's just hills experience in the palace in the first book and then it's like escape plan meter rebellion. Execute the plan over via. All UH happens yeah I mean. There aren't really any challenge. Unforeseen challenges that occur there are like the only real challenge well aw they lose bells. Are they do die. They multiple battles when that one side that's like alary Valerie. That was so sad so she's Belet was very sad yeah so Valerie they find at so like they keep trying to go into these tea houses. Try and save the bells like the her sisters so they go into this one. They like finagle their way in there because the fashion minister who I kept seeing as that guy as the show I just kept seeing that a Stanley Tucci Yup in hunger yeah same so Stanley Tucci helps them to to go collect vow from this tea house which is supposedly closed because apparently all the houses are closed they find Valerie and she's just been bled. Fuckin- skin dry yeah gall skeleton just for ten but hasn't had water even it seems like yeah and then so she she grabs a knife off of Camille and just stabs herself in the neck and doesn't even bleed because there's no blood left and just dies thou sad really sad and then the fan fashion minister gets taken which was very sad was that too he's relaxing setback but then like he never really he doesn't come back. There's no real yeah. Let's go save. I felt like he really like sacrificed himself. and committed and try try very hard. It was like somehow mill was doing a lot and not that much shoes making big moves but also like same with hunger games same with a lot of these things where it's like one person comes in and they tip the scales of a rebellion but they always end up being the most important person to the rebellion that had been like in the works for decades. Oh yeah those iron ladies were working on that rebellion for Oh long time like the main woman who's Aron A. Yeah she rainer winner Raina whatever she was over or she was like passed over for Minister of war. Got Roll mad about it and went yup beauties stupid yeah. We shouldn't be getting these treatments. We should just be doing enough to like make our lives comfortable like like eye drops and fixing our hair so it doesn't fall out fallout and feel horribly dry and she's at up this whole underground worlds whose homeland is to stop like needing the bells. I would've liked to spend more time under there. I I would have liked to spend more time under there. I would like to spend more time going into why these people are gray. I would have spent more time going into what the bells are because apparently they just like fucking grow from the earth but like so in their legend Lake the goddess of beauty sent down a bunch of bells from heaven to like save the great people of the Earth or of the world because it's not earth exactly and now bells like grow in the Grou- own harvest. I wouldn't have known like Tennessee how Molly's people AH BPM board gray. I also because member of their like when you're born. You're like in so much pain from being gray. I forgot about about that but then there's adults that are I would like to know what the mic like pain or are they not is just a lie fed to the to you by the beauty and I would. I'd like to know Oh yeah because all babies are born crying and upset yeah but then they do imply that they have to do certain things to be kept comfortable there is hurt and their hair and their skin is dry and gray and tight and they're Harry's Straw Lake. I wonder why the and and will it ever change and is it really good that they don't do these beauty treatments because it sounds pretty fucking awful will and I wonder actually if because were seeing all of this through the eyes of Abell who's only ever seen like beauty and perfection. What if they're just like yeah they're gray but they're like average people. You know what I mean I would say I think it's a really interesting. I just based on how the iron ladies were talking. It seems like that's not the case. It sounds like they try. Dropping is Sir is there. It's not just like it's not just like creative descriptions of people where you can like it. I he started out interpreting it as like oh they're fucking hideous and then you realize they're just human yeah and the bells are like these other worldly beings who were we've enslaved because we're obsessed with beauty. He seems like there's a weird race of people who were born gray with red ice yeah when that's everybody. I think if it worked for the red is is part. I might be inclined to think that like yeah. Maybe they're just human but that's never really gone into but then which sanders on that that's really just because it seems like this is it also when she sees lady. Aren and she's like she's like the most beautiful woman I've ever seen who the loser of the Iron Ladies yeah when she sees her so I she describes her and she's like she's almost spiderlike and how she looks and then she's like. She's beautiful. She's like the most beautiful woman I've ever seen there. She think of it that way. She says that so like I I think I mean she probably just is naturally beautiful also they don't do all great people. Look the same or did look different. I know other than the fact that they're gray but I mean they're bone structure and stuff. I don't know but like when she's describing 'cause like the place that the gray ladies Drool-o Ladies Ireland the Iron Ladies Rollover is like a cool like steam punky underground like CD yeah that we'd barely get to see any of it. I WanNa like as she described that very much. I feel like I really know what the up side looks like. Can I don't know what the underworld looks like very much. Yeah I sort of get maybe I can't i. I honestly can't tell if I only think this. I think I thought it before. I read the afterward afterward. It's sad sad really yeah well but hope but good it's red but it does sort of make me feel like it's possible she. She just went. I'm done with writing this because she says where like the seems like. It's not not really her fault but she was sick acknowledgements. I've so many people to thank for helping me cross the finish line with this book. It was a struggle and a roller coaster because during the writing of this book I was diagnosed with a very large noncancerous liver tumor numerous medical appointments biopsies and.
"clayton" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Clayton from ESPN he's got some Antonio brown insight which I think are real also right on point we take John earlier today so we'll play that tape where you're coming up in just a couple of minutes detects is LA Q. game had been three not to drop the price quoted to goal line stands by the Tigers had them keep the lead yelling you're finally got the Texas offense going Dr drove down the field scored a touchdown but I like you went right back them down the field themselves borrow with a couple of good runs he's actually I think doing better with his feet and he is with his arm has given the LA Q. the lead back there up ten seven where there is a commandment is to go in the second quarter but here goes Texas on a a bit of a drive or a they got a first down after the kick off so we'll see if they can answer nice pass by and you're over the middle about a twenty yard gain so will the offense picking up there in the second quarter eight dominated defense a press corner between the long ones and the Tigers now we start to see the quarterback makes some place the best night game LH U. and Texas I'm right now do not genuine yeah I just about an hour to play want to hear from yeah do it at eight five five two one two four two two seven John Clayton all over the NFL next to us stick around..
"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 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.
"clayton" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"Their to tribute over here there authorized agent so that's good enough for you and all of you out of doors dr windows or they're they're on the list you guys know who they are of course we go to get that book clayton and plate waiting for clayton i had no idea that this is what you are waiting for so hold on a site i just want to make a few things clear you did look at the door now the only issue is the warranty right right okay all right fine that's the that's good so let's get window sort of put smart wasted i'm not wasting time with a he only has one issue why do we have one issued what tracks so one who works for the company that's not in the estate to show up you didn't ask marayda issue mark he just said just my out at their uh their rewrite and he just said he just said they just tell you over the phone are fine is good enough a hold on now is that good enough just whittling marquait please it they're writing clayton he waited k our now we're adding on keep going what else you aren't clayton hold on a second hearing on wait wait wait wait wait hold on trump fair go into a court date i'll do the report including four eytan and they don't put in writing clayton you say in writing on your envoys you lightened there's the difference that's the point clayton this is the new door the ding was a tiny tiny little dang it it's on your paperwork already but listen this is what i've been trying to say not i've been interrupted by both of you you say there is a factory wrapped in town if that's the case if that's the case i doubt there will be a big problem having that factory wrap look at the door to assure you that it is under warned to is the factory rep clayton were company is on mm i can't remember them but the guy to birthday naming dave and if there's that dave out there listening please call your opinion do you a clay have you ever talked to the factory rip i'm trying to keep the conversation on track with a i talked the back three i've all true on whatever member.