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Fresh update on "clements" discussed on Rosie on the House
"Dotcom get asked that question. He puts them into a couple of buckets like pound foolish on warranted worries and unasked questions. Jonathan set this up. When I've been on panel. It's one of the favorite questions from audiences. You know what What is your biggest investment mistakes and actually, I don't have many investments that I regret on me. You know, like everybody else, I'd actually managed funds that turned out to be duds. I bought a few individual stocks. What great But it's not my regret my grip has to do with other areas of personal finance. I know it's probably one of the things I regret. Most. Is worrying too much about money when I was younger, you know when you're younger, and you're on a small salary, and it could cost of living seems so. I mean, I got to get by. We tend to worry about money a lot. Andi. I certainly did. Because in retrospect, it was a necessary Maybe a little bit of worry is good for you know to foolish with your money, but most of us, you know, if we're smart, we'll end up in find financial shape by time. We're in our forties or fifties on this, You know, we contributed that for one K put some money in a rate or tax full count and so on. So I would say Yeah, you know, be concerned about your finances when you're younger, But don't worry too much. For goodness sake. Alright. So, speaking of that, you pointed out the story you had trouble even relaxing on a California vacation that you had pretty much cheap doubt, right? Yeah, when I was, uh early in my first marriage, my wife of my newborn daughter and I flew out to California. We did it on airline Miles. We stay with friends. Every night except one. And yet I remember from that vacation is worrying about whether we were spending money we couldn't afford and that is a Lousy way to spend a vacation. I also remember from that here too time you're going to restaurants on DH thinking about how much the bill was going to be at the end of the meal again. That is not a good way to enjoy fine food. If you can afford it, by all means, do it if you really can't afford it. Probably the best thing is not to go to the restaurant and not to take the vacation or find some way to do it in such a way that you feel comfortable spending the money. We're speaking with Jonathan Clements, He's the founder and editor of humble dollar dot com. He's written a piece this week about his financial regrets a question he's often asked by email or perhaps on panels. What was the point you made about unasked questions on your part Back in 1992. I bought my first home and At the time. I've never bought a house before. So I was until know this when he came to this stuff, and the mortgage lender said to me Well, you know, instead of having monthly Private mortgage insurance or PM I which is necessary when you put down a down payment of less than 20%. How about just painted up front and we'll include it in the total amount borrowed and It will be cheaper for you and I sat there and I did a back of the envelope. Calculations about how much I would pay up front and P m I private mortgage insurance verses painted over time until The amount of home equity I had was over 20% of the house is now you and it looked like a good deal. Of course, it's only a good deal. If you never refinance your first home you point out to was you bought a fixer upper right? And you just spent. You spend a ton of money on it that causes headaches along the way. Yeah, When I put that first time in 1992. I was really concerned about how much I was spending and so I gave it a cheaper house, but it was cheaper house that needed a lot of work. I paid $165,000 in that house, and at one point, I sat down and calculated how much I paid in remodeling costs in the 20 years that followed, and it was something north of $180,000. Thanks. Jonathan Jonathan Clements, founder and editor at humble dollar dot com. It's 13 minutes now in front of the hour on this weekend, coming up next, the sudden interest in rare plants When it comes to mobility. Michigan is making what the rest of the world hasn't even thought of. Yet. Our state is home to two world class autonomous vehicles testing sites, and we're first in the U. S. For mobility related patents. With over 500 miles of roadway equipped for connected vehicle testing. It's no wonder that everyone is moving toe where it all started..
Fresh update on "clements" discussed on The Great Outdoors
"And I did a back of the envelope. Calculations about how much I would pay up front and P m my private mortgage insurance verses painted over time until The amount of home equity I had was over 20% of the House is now when it looked like a good deal. Of course, it's only a good deal. If you never refinance your first home you point out to was you bought a fixer upper right? And you just spent. You spend a ton of money on it that causes some headaches along the way. Yeah, When I put that first time in 1992. I was really concerned about how much I was spending and so I gave it a cheaper house. But it was a cheaper house that needed a lot of work. Um, hi, Paid $165,000 in that house, And at one point, I sat down and calculated how much I paid in remodeling costs in the 20 years that followed, And it was something north of $180,000. Thanks. Jonathan Jonathan Clements, founder and editor at humble dollar dot com. It's 13 minutes now in front of the hour on this weekend, coming up next, the sudden interest in rare plants When it comes to mobility. Michigan is making what the rest of the world hasn't even thought of. Yet. Our state is home to two world class autonomous vehicles testing sites, and we're first in the U. S. For mobility related patents with over 500 miles of roadway equipped for connected vehicle testing. It's no wonder that everyone is moving toe where it all started..
Fresh update on "clements" discussed on The Great Outdoors
"Or fifties was on the scene that we contributed that for one K Put some money in a regular tax will count And so on. So I would say yeah, you know, be concerned about your finances when you're younger, But don't worry too much. For goodness sake. Alright. So, speaking of that, you pointed out the story you had trouble even relaxing on a California vacation that you had pretty much cheap doubt, right? Yeah, when I was, uh early in my first marriage, my wife of my newborn daughter and I flew out to California. We did it on airline Miles. We stayed with friends. Every night except one. And yet I remember from that vacation is worrying about whether we were spending money we couldn't afford and that is a Lousy way to spend a vacation. I also remember from that here too time you're going to restaurants on DH thinking about how much the bill was going to be at the end of the meal again. That is not a good way to enjoy fine food. If you could afford it, by all means, do it if you really can't afford it. Probably the best thing is not to go to the restaurant and not to take the vacation or find some way to do it in such a way that you feel comfortable spending the money. We're speaking with Jonathan Clements, He's the founder and editor of humble dollar dot com. He's written a piece this week about his financial regrets a question he's often asked by Email or perhaps on panels. What was the point you made about unasked questions on your part. Back in 1992. I bought my first home on DH. At the time. I've never bought a house before. So I was until a novice when it came to this stuff, and the mortgage lender said to me. Well, you know, instead of having monthly Private mortgage insurance or PM I which is necessary when you put down a down payment of less than 20%. How about just painted up front and we'll include it in the total amount borrowed and It will be people for you and I sat there.
Fresh update on "clements" discussed on 77WABC Programming
"W A. B c to open lines right now. And we would love to talk to you. If you haven't connected yet. Give us a call. 833645 45 100 our number 8336454500 is the number to call to get the complimentary oil and gas investor guide also the number to call to connect with us and learn how much less you could be paying for this year's taxes as a result of getting into an oil and gas program by the end of the year. Amazing what's still possible. When you invest in oil and gas between now and the end of the year 833645 45 100, grab an open line 8336454500. This week on oil and gas history. We're going to travel to the great state of Louisiana and talk about a big time oil. Well, that almost didn't get discovered and drilled. Professor Mark Give us a scoop. If you would Well, you know what's very interesting. Spindletop was found right outside Beaumont, and that's on the border of Louisiana and Texas. So you know, it's very most geologists. Everything said OK, the characteristic where we found fennel tops. That can't be duplicated all over the Gulf Coast. So they went, you know, towards Houston, and they found High Island, The Galveston field. That's what you call close Ology. Yeah, And then they went in another direction. Only 60 70 miles away over in Jennings, Louisiana. There was a natural gas seep in the middle of a rice field that had been known since the Indians were down there. So there was some pretty good clues that there was something going on underneath the ground that natural gas E is have the major Oldfields in northern I ran were found from textbooks that were are writings in the library that were for 1000 years old Like Moses with the tar in the basket. Yeah, kind of stuff. OK, alright. There used to be a solo ass tree in Temple. And I ran over and natural gas sleep, and they just kept the seep lit so that it flared at night because remember lights at night 2500 years ago for 1000 years big deal, so anyone W. Scott Hayward have been drilling wells at Spindletop. So immediately is like, okay, I'm going to start looking for other all fields an area and he heard about this gas seeped in this rice field in Jennings, Louisiana, and it was just focal or people were talking about it, You know, And he's like there's gotta Meinel filled there, so he goes to the farmer. Jules Clements. Okay, So Jules Clements said, Ah, what do you want to do here? And he's like I want to drill a well there so locals here they put a company together. We want to drill a well down 1000 ft. He said. No, I don't want you messing my rice field and conservative. Yeah, it's a little you know, I can't remember how biggest form was, but they were to give Clements money, though, right? We're going. Hey, himto leases over whole Rice farm, which is a couple 100 acres, and he said no, he said. I'll issue 1 30 seconds of one acre or just enough room to fit your rig on the corner of my rice feel bad. Listen, and I don't want it in the good part of my rights fell. The rice fields are like oil fields. You know, there's good sections that produce more rights and other And he's so they said. Okay, so they get, you know, bad section of his field by rice, but it was close to the oil and gas seep and obviously all in gas seeps are not good for rice production anyway. They drill down 1000 ft, and, Ah, the company that had put the investments together had proposed to all the investors, too. 1000 FT Deep Wells. I got 2000 ft, and they didn't find anything. And investors are all man. They were like. Hey, the production is Spindletop is at 750 ft. And then you know he's explaining to more the protections on top of the Salt Dome that said, You know, the salt comes up to You know, 10,000 ft. And the investors were disappointed, though. Yeah, investors have disappointed. So he said, Listen, why don't we do this? Instead of drilling it, plugging this well and drilling another one. When and we just keep drilling? Well, one day they voted for and a bunch of people said No. And they sold their stock for pennies on the dollar and this company met. The guys have voted Yes. Put up the more money. They kept drilling and they voted to drill 2 1500 ft. And, Ah, when Heywood got to 1500 FT. They still hadn't hit holding gas so As a post starting down, he just kept on drilling. You know, that guy had some major? Yeah, Yeah, yeah, The cologne is he had some guts. I see. The Jennings oilfield reached its peak production of more than nine million barrels in 1906 s 09 million barrels in a year. That's a lot of all back in those days, and that field is still producing today, while Louisiana is ranked as the fourth most productive of the U. S states in oil and gas production, So it's right up there with Texas and rivals OPEC nations as you know. That's impressive. Mark. Do we learn a little something about persistence from the work of W. Scott Hayworth in Louisiana for not giving up? Absolutely that he retired for a while, and then he went to take California? No, you retired in California. And then he decided, you know what he got bored with being retired, and he came back to the Gulf Coast and started drilling more wells again because it was just even though he was super wealthy. It was just so exciting. Great history lesson Mark and not only a lesson regarding persistence, but also a reminder regarding you know the difference between success and failure being, you know, inches and football and an oil and gas. What was it just a matter of feet? A few feet? The difference between oil and oil So yes. Good stuff and good morning. Smart oil and gas on the air until seven o'clock this morning. 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Stevie Parle Shares His Spaghetti And Clam Recipe
"I am Stevie Paul. I have a few restaurants rather than a couple of restaurants style. A pop-up could joy in west London and I wanted to tell you how to make spaghetti with clams. This is my favorite thing to we think. So so my kids type thing to. The most of the people you cook it for think you'll really some kind of genius when you make it and yet it's incredibly simple. Clemson Volaille obviously is a cool mentally have unbelievable flavor. The juice comes out of clam is just tastes out of this world. Very easy to make you need. Spaghetti doesn't need to be a fresh dried past united of standard. Supermarket blue-and-yellow packet round is fine. It really is fine. But if you see a slow a dried has to take a longer amount of time to cook I always think that's good into look at actually how long it takes cook it from the pack is says your Spaghetti takes like fourteen minutes but something bad instead of ten or eleven it's a nice big spaghetti by the Nice Hodge wieght and it takes time to cook, but it's going to be chewing delicious. Anyway you need spaghetti. Hasley, dry Chili, white wine, and unique clams. Really a peasant can he love clams but equally, if you make has to climbs with like ten clams lesson than that is absolutely delicious and the juice they create makes much wonderful sociopathic. So festival, you're GONNA have everything ready for this dish because once you making it, you gotta move kind of fast. So let's save a gonNA. Do that you people you need a couple of hundred grams of Spaghetti. You need a big hand full of Nice. Salted Wilshire associates the see. Boiling rapidly, you need to finally up to cloves garlic your time you're doing this trying shook the evenly and small, and you need a handful of parsley flatly parsley leaves pig from the studios. Again shops when I'm joking Parsley, why do is I kinda scrunch up into a bowl and then again big shove knife and so slice through scrunched up all of Parsley as finally as I can and then go through it again once at done that in judge Moore says really fine many needle clams anything from ten to betty offense they come in different sizes it kind of normal Palo plans again, this country really good. I. Tend to choose the smaller ones just because the big ones could be a little bit cheery and be not nice. And why do I washed clams under running Warta just to make sure that not gritty. Swish Moore around, and then if they open while washing them, you can throw those ones. Sometimes they it's like only salmon them in those the you get rid off, but they should just be tidy shot Monday, running water and Swish around in a single appeal something for a few minutes just to get them nice and clean 'cause it's a bit disappointing when you you're clams and you get a bit of sand I mean he's not the end of the world who have made you sick. It's just wants tweets and so you've got your big kind of woods boiling. You've got your garlic party jobs. You got some dried chili like crushed dried chili nice specific one just. Don't want it to be crazy hall. So if it's a kind of mild crush drudge chilly but we Quarter, teaspoon of something. And you got your clements watched and then you need a wide hand with a LID. If you have a big frying pan on a lead that fits on that side and my spine has it sometimes, you can use another one use a play or something that's ideal whose what you're GonNa do is you're gonNA. Steam the rams, and if you have the more piled on each other, they will open bat the juice from. The clams and the one which didn't mention you need a couplet glasses of white wine just dry white one needs to reduce. So if you've got the mobile pilot up in a small pan that juice one, Medusa wine and clam juice and oil anyway create the right kind of emotion fear. peste. Does funny because hardly any ingredients is nothing really technically but do but just got to pay attention to the details of can make. something. That is just unbelievably good. So you big votes spoiling your wide hand is now you're gonna put it on the heat and get aw- and you the pastor infest. So this recipe once you've got that stuff prepared it takes less time than takes Cook Pastor. So you can drop the spaghetti into the boiling water if your pan on some olive oil in the Pan and at the garlic and then just when that garlic. In, just a few seconds isn't good glove of olive oil by the way don't be shy it's a few titles swings and then he'd put garlic in just really starts frizzell before it's cooked too much anything you. But in a little pinch of Dr, Chilean you the clams straightway. Why normally then do is tad tossed them around said they get cut sit in this garlicky chilly thing on once clams get hot than they. Have Been. Put in the white wine, a big loss of two hundred Mil something like that, and then put the lid on straightway. A met should be lecturing around and steaming you pestis public been bullying this point for like three minutes and remember it takes ten twelve or something depending on the grand. Pasta. So you pass this boiling. You're Clemson's steaming. You'll Hasley chopped and you just wait a second. I but you just gotTa wait now in drink a bit of your white one and then when you pastor is three-quarters cooks your clams of probably open dictate the lid off the clam ham and then drain your pastor even though it's quite ready look in your clam hand, it should be nice and juicy but really cooking thing you pay attention because if you've got a massive pan and it was really really Hard and you wind might have completely reduced down by now. But if it's a small pan may not have reduced enough year, you wanted to be a good layer of Jews. But you don't want it to be ruled tree and as it reduces what happens is the olive oil, a most us in that mixture, and then you take the pastor drained it. We've just pulled out the with have tongues coming. And even though he's not quite could you into the clam on any says enough liquid that it looks juicy in statement good already that's fine. Otherwise put in a little bit of past awards. Back on so that the pastor is cooking in the CLEM. 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5 Reasons Why Your YouTube Ads Arent Converting
"Committed to your success online. We've worked with them to a special offer just remarking school listeners. All you have to do is go to dream host dot com slash marking school to learn more and get your website online today. Welcome to another episode of Marketing School. I'm Eric Zoo and I'm Neil Patel and today we're GonNa talk about five reasons why your youtube ads are not converting. So I guess I can start I but we should talk about the potential of Youtube ads i. a lot of people are using facebook right now and in my mind facebook ads are simpler to get started youtube ads are harder to get started but they are in essence more scalable because you could turn it off and on. And you can jack up the budget quickly facebook you can't just say I, WanNa ten X, my budget the next day. So Youtube has a lot of potential. It is the second largest search engine in the world. The first thing I'll say is when people are making their youtube ads, they're not thinking about their hook. So the hook is to pattern interrupt. Imagine someone's trying to watch a video right now but if you get interrupt them and stop them from what they're doing, you've got. something. Great. Right. So you've gotta constantly think about how can you create a great hook and will stop them and then you can jump into whatever it is that you're offering and then get them to click and take the next action. So the hook is the first thing I'll say the other thing to keep in mind when you're running youtube ads and this is a really easy way to get out to convert better most people look at cold chopping and trying to drive him through. Wanting to attest how is remark, your traffic everyone who visits checkout page by page but doesn't by Schulman video of what it's like to be a customer use the opposite pitch. If you're pitching your website was logical use emotional pitch in the video emotional on your website use a logical pitch within the video you're doing the opposite and in general, you'll see a lot of sales from that out of all the ad types that I've tested on Youtube that tends to produce the most Roi. All right number three is kind of similar to what else saying with the hook. That's not just because you create one good hook it might go away in two weeks. Three weeks you have to keep going on the hooks. So you have to keep experimenting if you open facebook Ad Library and on talking about facebook right now. But if you look what we're also Brunson's doing or you can use a tool like beat to see how people are running on Google display or youtube, you can actually see he's cranking out so much new creative all the time. The creative is huge so just because you're done. With one, you have to continue to have a process to experiment more otherwise people get blindness to get sick of your ads quickly, and you have to constantly innovate on that the greatest most important thing, and obviously we're taught to Badger No. So keep experimenting with crafts and then number four on my an. If you'RE GONNA running youtube ads, you'll also find a lot of industries you won't be able to run ads to what I would recommend doing is collect emails from Youtube. It's a really effective approach. I'm not talking about the Webinar stuff I'm talking about straight up, you can collect emails within your youtube. It's high converting, and then from there, you can sell them over email or webinars. All right. Last one from my side is check out the book breakthrough advertising. You can actually buy it for about one hundred, twenty, five dollars online right now someone has the rights to that I was talking to Craig clements the other day and he was like, yeah, some about. The rights that so get that book breakthrough advertising. There's a framework within that book. When you think about the customer journey, there are five things that happen people are unaware initially, and then they become problem aware and then they become aware of your solution and then they become aware of the deal you house. So Unaware Promo where solution where your solution aware and. Then the deal and we actually got this from a digital marketer use that
"clements" Discussed on Scam Goddess
"Were watching everyone who was playing the slot machines, Lewis and Donna's behavior caught the attention of the security team, and soon as they left the casino, the police opened the machines that they had been playing on and found it full of counterfeit coins not on Moose were arrested soon after the Lewis, why wouldn't you wash your coins like why wouldn't you start playing with the real ones that you got from the machine? Yep It's greedy. You gotta at least mix some in there. I have a gaming enforcement story adjacent, which is so I got a job writing for a television show and then before I even started work on the show I got invited to a poker game where one of the actors who was one of the stars of the show was playing in the poker game and you could tell me how you feel about like what happened at this table, but basically I walked in. We played for a little bit. He had won a lot of money. He had most of the chips in front of him someone came in late to the game and went to buy more chips but there weren't. A day like whatever the case was locked or something, and he this actor went what are you just buy the chips out of my stack? I said WHOA WHOA Whoa you can't do that. And he was like, what are you reading at? Said, will you're taking money off of the table like that money has to stay in circulation like I can't. Win. A hat like win one hundred dollars off you and then sell one hundred dollars to another person. Now, you can't win your money back from me like we're all sitting here with the expectation that like. Circulates and and that when and that some at some point in the night like, yes you one few hands early on. But I might win some of it back F it's Gone I. Don't have that Opportunity. And other people were looking at me like what the fuck are. You do it like this person is effectively your boss You're like Vegas prominent. No, and then I sort of back to was just like I just explained my but was like whatever it's a home game it's a friendly game and then. He was like, okay. We'll. Can I buy the chips and this guy turn to like if the fucking gaming commissioner will allow it at like pointed at me and I was like, yeah. Yeah. Sure. Go ahead. Man Behind you escorting you out of the Party. Here is like. I. Yeah. Host was like, why? Why? Why did you do that but? I was a little bit like will the rules are the rules and they applied everyone listen we don't believe in rules on this show. FAMOUSLY SAYS WE'RE NOT GONNA follow the rules. Why don't we just throw all the cards around the room? and. That's the game now and I would like that if I could win if I could win better, I would like that. So, after Donna and Lewis had been taken into custody, which Damn Donna I'm sorry. This is like he was dating this trash Manduwa crimes, and now you got to go to jail with him listen..
Achievement Vs. Fulfillment: Which Do You Want More?
"Right so. He has no last week at Lake POW with my family, and we had an amazing relaxing vacation, which is really good problem with the entrepreneurial brain. US EP entrepreneur personality types. When we try to relax, we can't and it drives US crazy. Because we gotta be moving forward momentum, right and so. I started thinking about projects and things I wanna to do things that are fun and like. I know some years know that I am working on eventually writing next book, which could be the bootstrap book Tunnicliffe Story, but the problem is Cleveland Stories and that done. Yes I. Don't know where it's going to go or source was kind of like this things in the back burner that I'm going to do someday. It's not a huge rush. But I'm excited for that, but I was like I almost any something fun to be creating right like I dunno, as a creator, I need to create sure has the same way right and and I'm creating. You know we have the New Tacoma Quebec's coaching programs creating a lot of fun i. want something just. Excited enjoy this is fun and lighthearted deadlines or thing just to create to create right. It's all I had an idea. For Project, I'm going to tell you the details, the name or anything. Other than it's, it's going to be the one and only time I ever talk about personal development. Anyway, right marketing guy that's. Sick with but obviously I've had access to a lot of people. Most people have access to in this world and its lifetime, and had a chance to learn from some amazing people and. Wanted to create this thing I don't know what it's GonNa. Be I duNNo, if it's a real book of it's like a book feminine, just giving away for free as the lead magnet, I have no idea. But. The title I'll tell you. The subtitle subtitle is the science of achievement. The art fulfillment in Vero Tony Robbins Talk. He talks about a lot of times to master masters signs of achievement where the had know the science and how to achieve anything, and then you have to master the art of fulfillment and funny, because he talks about a lot of times, but always struggle with that personally. Because he doesn't go deep into the whole thing you know, and so at Lake Powell this week thinking about this sure thing about the art and the science. And the science of treatment is lost. If I talked about anyway, you know here's the step-by-step, I? Here's the things you need to do things in this order and you have success, but the article films I personally struggle with like I'm such an achiever. I want to this this this and you. What's next on each next thing the next thing he moving towards? Running towards this this invisible goal that we don't really know what it is. I think a lot has producers and entrepreneurs and people like me and probably you. With the film, and like, how do you feel fulfilled and cinching? Is that the article film? It's tough because it's like art. It's not like the science sciences like here's the things to do to get the thing like this art fulfillment and I've always struggled and so as I was thinking about putting together this project. I started thinking about that and I started. Just think signs of cheating. My brain goes GonNa Mike Okay. I'm Jim achiever. Boom here's the thing. But then I started realizing that like the the the path of achievement the article film. It's almost the opposite like a union being and I served Rosina's like. Oh my gosh, they're looking deeper. Different topics have been concepts I was like. Oh, my gosh is true and so many things. Then you realized before so for example. This example shared kind of help s even what I'm. I had. Everyone talks about morning routines right. If you follow any of the fitness, guys, a health and fitness, the bio hackers the the entrepreneurs they all talk about you gotTa have more routine Tina's structure and things like that? You GotTa wake and you gotTa know. This always seems right. Talked about morning and starts accusing to do before you go to bed to increase your sleep patterns in all sorts, and and that's very scientific writes the science of achievement like do you want to have more success? You create habits. Can Habits been creating a routine thirteen? You stick the routines I think that outcome and eventually you have success, right and other big believer that actually so I'm making fun of by any stretch. It is part of the. The the science of Chiba having that right so if you by the way struggled achieving things in the past, maybe because you don't have. Scientific like you just do these things and the outcome happens just magic. It! Just it just works. So there's a science of the problem though is, is it doesn't create fulfillment. Stickney for second I did a podcast about this six months ago or something. I was in I was in. I was in Puerto Rico with brand new Bouchard big. Bunch people and one of the guys there there's getting create. Clements and Craig was We're sitting there and he started talking about. Our brains where he said you know a lot of. Older. Years of getting shorter wait times flying rallies, and actually true, so the reason why is because your brain looks for patterns of the same thing happening over and over and over again deletes them. because. It's like I. don't even remember this because dude. Every single morning we do see every single week every single thing. As, we said he said so literally, your brain is deleting nothing's happening, and so your life seems shorter because it literally is shorter because those memories, it's like Hey, every morning from nine from seven ten, the same things under remember this because the same deleted, and so because you use five hours in your memory every day and see life years go faster days go faster faster and your life goes faster. He said that the problem is he's like he's like. If you. If you want to extend you, know, extend time You have to create called him event horizons! PODCAST? Talk a lot about him, but it was interesting because he's like this mastermind group in the very first year we did it. We all in Wyoming would flew helicopters shotguns. We rode horses. It was crazy right and he was like I was an event. Horizons remember that experience for the rest of my life is the second year master. Makina Puerto, Rico it was amazing. Place. It was amazing. Is this is year? Three and we're in Puerto Rico is. I can have an amazing time. Basically, the problem is is this experience is so similar to lash. Most of it's going to get deleted from my memory, and it's just GonNa be on. Our brain will just lead because it's like Oh, this is routine done. This before is like you lose that and I think he was trying to get us to do some crazy night. 'cause he's like when you criticize horizon right now and he wanted to I can't remember what the thing was. We had some crazy thing like to stick this in our brains. We don't lose moment of this experience because it's it's. It was so similar to think before and horizon, start thinking. I'm like. Oh, my Gosh, like if you think about these things, this is the union the Yang of of fulfillment half of. The are the the science of achievement in the article. In the game because if you want, do you want to cheat me? When she the thing you need to create structure and routine and the singer where you just do the things that create the result at the end. Is, you do that, and so because boom towards you're getting achievement, right with problems, your brains lean section every single day and I'll send your your days. Your lives words. You're not fulfilled. You're not getting the article film that because of that, and so the article film is the opposite. It's the literal opposite of this first thing right it. Is You coming in? In, saying we're not going to do routine, we have to do these crazy things with extensive life extensive happens. We fill fulfillment in the moment, and it's the scene in the Yang
Miami Beach To Examine "Use of Force" Policy
"Of force policies under the microscope at police precincts across South Florida following George Floyd's death Miami beach commissioners want to hear from police chief Richard Clements at their June twenty fourth meeting to take an in depth look at their use of force policy to see how involved it is and if anything needs to be changed eliminated or added to ensure best practices one of the disciplinary process sees and how transparent are they so that if something were to happen we can reassure the public that things were procreating it's not that there's a remedy for it commissioner Ricky Arriola says they also want to take a look at the six pillars of policing building trust policy and oversight technology and social media community relations training an officer wellness
Miami Beach commissioners to review use-of-force policy
"Of of force force of of force force policies policies force force policies policies policies policies under under policies policies the the under under microscope microscope under under the the microscope microscope the the under under microscope microscope the the microscope microscope at at police police at at police police at at precincts precincts police police at at precincts precincts police police precincts precincts across across precincts precincts across across across across South South across across South South Florida Florida South South Florida Florida South South following Florida Florida following Florida Florida George following George following Floyd's George Floyd's George death Floyd's death Floyd's Miami death Miami death beach Miami beach Miami commissioners beach commissioners beach commissioners want commissioners to want hear want to from hear to want hear police from to from hear police chief police from chief Richard police chief Richard chief Clements Richard Clements Richard Clements at Clements their at June their at June their twenty at June their twenty fourth June twenty fourth meeting twenty fourth meeting fourth to meeting take to meeting an take to in take an depth to in an take depth in look an depth in look at depth look their use at look their at use of their force use at of their force use policy of force policy of force policy to policy see to how see to see how involved to how see involved how involved it is involved it is and it is and if it is anything and if anything and if needs anything if needs anything to be needs to changed be needs to changed be to changed be eliminated changed eliminated eliminated or eliminated or added or added or added to added ensure to ensure to best ensure to best ensure practices best practices best practices practices one of the one disciplinary of one the disciplinary of the one disciplinary of the process disciplinary process process sees process sees and how sees and transparent how sees and transparent how and transparent how transparent are they are are they they so are they so that so that if so that something if that if something were something if to were something happen were to happen to were happen to we happen can we reassure we can reassure can we the reassure can public the reassure public the public the public that that that things that were things procreating things were procreating were things procreating were procreating it's not it's not it's that not it's there's that not that a there's remedy there's that a remedy a there's remedy for a remedy for it for it for commissioner it commissioner it commissioner Ricky commissioner Ricky Arriola Ricky Arriola Ricky Arriola Arriola says says they says also they says also they want also to they take want also to want a take look to take want a at look to a the take look at six a the at look six the at six pillars the six pillars of pillars policing of pillars policing of policing of policing building building trust building trust building trust policy trust policy policy and oversight policy and oversight and oversight and technology oversight technology technology and technology social and social and media social and media social media community media community community relations community relations relations relations training training training an training officer an officer an officer wellness an officer wellness wellness wellness
Miami Beach commissioners to review use-of-force policy
"Force force of of force force policies policies policies policies under under the the microscope microscope under under the the microscope microscope at at police police at at precincts precincts police police precincts precincts across across across across South South Florida Florida South South following Florida Florida George following Floyd's George death Floyd's Miami death beach Miami commissioners beach commissioners want to hear want from to hear police from chief police Richard chief Clements Richard Clements at their June at their twenty June fourth twenty meeting fourth to meeting take an to in take depth an in look depth at look their use at of their force use policy of force policy to see how to see involved how involved it is and it is if anything and if needs anything to be needs changed to be changed eliminated eliminated or added or added to ensure to best ensure practices best practices one of the disciplinary one of the disciplinary process process sees and how sees transparent and how transparent are they are they so that so if that something if were something to happen were to happen we can reassure we can the reassure public the public that that things were procreating things were procreating it's not it's that not there's that a remedy there's a remedy for it for commissioner it commissioner Ricky Arriola Ricky Arriola says they says also they want also to take want a look to take at a the look six at the six pillars of pillars policing of policing building trust building trust policy policy and oversight and oversight technology technology and social and media social media community community relations relations training training an officer an officer wellness wellness
Miami Beach commissioners to review use-of-force policy
"Of of force force policies policies under under the the microscope microscope at at police police precincts precincts across across South South Florida Florida following George Floyd's death Miami beach commissioners want to hear from police chief Richard Clements at their June twenty fourth meeting to take an in depth look at their use of force policy to see how involved it is and if anything needs to be changed eliminated or added to ensure best practices one of the disciplinary process sees and how transparent are they so that if something were to happen we can reassure the public that things were procreating it's not that there's a remedy for it commissioner Ricky Arriola says they also want to take a look at the six pillars of policing building trust policy and oversight technology and social media community relations training an officer wellness
Pelosi defends tearing up Trump's speech
"Meantime the house speaker says she feels liberated us is Jerry helper is live on Capitol Hill house speaker Nancy Pelosi says it was appropriate the Terebra copy of president trump's state of the union address that was not a state of the union it was a state his state of mind the warriors state of the union where are we where was calling and the rest hello she described the speech is a manifesto of mistruths senses the president used Congress is the stage for a reality show house Democrats defended the speaker voting that table effectively killing a Republican resolution condemning Pelosi's
Trump Administration Restricts Entry Into U.S. From China
"Health and Human Services secretary Alex Cesar said this afternoon president trump is signed in order for the US to deny entry to foreign nationals who have traveled to China within the past two weeks there will be an exception for immediate family of U. S. citizens so foreign nationals who have traveled to China within the past two weeks will not be allowed to enter the United States the trump administration says this is related to the corona virus it says the risk to the American public is low at this time that's according to the CDC but officials say they want to make sure the risk remains low for Americans how do you do that when they get through customs you say where have you been the last two weeks have you been to China if you have don't you're gonna be right over there I guess they don't want to get to that point only gonna before they only in regard to come over yeah don't even think about it you're not getting in if you have if you're a foreign national has been to China and they're picking two weeks because they believe that people can contract the disease and and not show any symptoms for up to fourteen
Ohio pizza shop's 'fat people are harder to kidnap' billboard being taken down after customer complaint
"And not everyone thinks in Ohio pizza shops a Billboard was very funny the road side add four east of Chicago pizza in Barberton Ohio reads fat people are harder to kidnap owner Jeremy Clements in says he's been using funny slogans on his Billboard for months like if it's not there in thirty minutes move closer while Clements in said this latest ad was just supposed to be a joke at least one person complained to corporate headquarters calling it rooted in poor taste especially since January as human trafficking awareness month Clements and says he's taking the Billboard
White House tells Bolton his manuscript contains classified material, cannot be published
"That the White House is indicated to John Bolton that there are parts of his book that must be taken out of the book if he wants to publish the book and sell it to the public these are portions that contain in some cases classified material even top secret according to the Wall Street journal can't do that you can you cannot put that the book you've got it gotta keep others will say there's a few things on on this one the reporting that the White House is say this I think a lot of people and I may be wrong on this I hadn't go White House that equates to trump trump is saying you can't do this I think that they need to be very clear and say that the National Security Council the ones where you have to turn your book into so that they can read and see if it's okay for print is the one that is deciding that there are several passages within this book that may be at the rad or could harm national security and does need to be redacted taken out whatever the case may be before they will printed seconds what if that's true what is Bolton thinking trying to put the secrets or or these hi top that were labeled secret or confidential or top priority security wise was he thinking putting that in a book we talk about that all the time how we must protect the assets out there around the world who are working for the government most notably the CIA and spy agency you don't want to reveal anything and you really don't want to reveal maybe the secret deliberations either about how you come up with the decision if you're wondering about the timing of this the Wall Street journal says the national security council's records management division notified Bolton both for the leak from The New York Times interesting three days before or the leak on Sunday when sources told The New York Times what was in the manuscript yeah I have a hard time now I believe in that it wasn't Bolton and his agency has all that message out there to the media it's odd to sell books you know Hey it may not actually be in the book but let me just tell you what might have been in the book with this impeachment going on yeah I think it was perfect timing for bolted to people and the publishers ago in the height of the impeachment process to say both of you got this book and he said bam bam bam to try some more
Woman gets 25 years for poisoning husband with eye drops
"Ninety Lana suit Clayton is going to be sentenced to twenty five years in prison lane assume Lana suse she pleaded guilty to voluntary manslaughter she put visine and her husband coffee for three straight days and killed him yeah visine eye drops for three straight days and killed her husband only twenty five years in the big house yeah that is fifty three secured say that she murdered her husband but because she really wanted the money
Chase Briscoe confirmed at Stewart-Haas Racing for 2020
"Risky brisky is in studio. What's happening what's up chase briscoe nothing? I'm busy busy busy whole big time over here. I'll know about that has re upped with Tony Stewart at Stewart House Racing Gene Haas to compete again in the expended series. And I could be more exciting. I thought you were awesome last year in the car. You know got win in Iowa and I think you should contend for a championship. Don't you think yeah I think yeah pretty good you know. We don't have a ton of changes. I mean roles wise. It's the same. We have a new body on the Mustang. But yeah I mean there's going to be the first time in my career I've been able to go back with the same team in the same crew chief so looking forward to what do you think of the new pitstop procedures that were just announced. Yeah I just saw literally about thirty minutes ago but I think you you know at Iowa. I don't really think it's going to change anything but I do feel like at the road courses. It's GonNa Change them completely because there's no more short pitting anymore. There's no more flipping stages so so for me. I think it's a little bit worse. Because now you're going to have awesome syndrome out front in maintaining track position the hallway. So it's going to make it harder. I think to win the road course races because it's GonNa take a lot of the strategy out of it but it's hard to say right now we haven't done it yet so it's hard to say what it's going to be like but yeah I think it's going to be easier to maintain track position on a road course so fast on a road course. I think it's definitely a positive for you for sure. The move really helps money-wise for some of these smaller teams but the cup series teams were flying people into standalone races to do the crew and some of them have their own crews. I guess but a lot of the Rian flying flown end so that costed everything kind of brings that cost down but I agree with you. The road course racing is going to change that totally but as far as the racing product on track. It's not going to change that very much. Yeah I think you know it's not going to change the especially at the Iowa and the places like that Barocco where the fast guys stay up front so yeah. I think that's GonNa be the only place where you really see a difference in this new. Whatever you WANNA call? It rule changed. But I think it's going to be just normal Iowa and you can still pit when you want to pay it or whatever or you're just GONNA lose positions on pit road which like you said it's a good thing and it does definitely say the teams a lot of money if anything. It might make the racing a little bit better just because so you know if you have a guy like Ryan SEGER Jeremy Clements. That doesn't necessarily have the pick crew caliber of a pin skier Stewart. Haas if they can get up to sixth seventh or eighth or whatever or you know they can stay there now so dropping back five or six spots in a pit road so it's probably GonNa make the racing better the short tracks but you know it's hard to say I was going to do of course is this for you is. Is this the first time that you've since you've stock cars. You'll be in the same car two years in a row saint team but like same actual type of car era xfinity car in two thousand eighteen. I gotta run up not full-time. This will be the first time I've ever in two seasons full-time back. toback Gotcha so there's something to be said for that. I think a full year under your belt is going to be going to be good. Yeah I think you know last year specifically you know the first half of the year to the second half of the year was day now to be able to start the first half of the year where we ended the second half. I think
Funeral Mass Held For Father George Clements, Famed Chicago Priest
"Prisoners at holy angels Catholic Church in Bronzeville said goodbye to their beloved priest yesterday a funeral mass was set for father George Clements who died November twenty fifth at the age of eighty seven Clements an advocate for social justice and civil rights was remembered as a leader who lived his message and prisoner leroy Ledbetter says he remembers climate's very simply good night yes the man of god leave it at that earlier this year Clements face charges of sexual abuse dating from nineteen seventy four but an attorney of yesterday's mass as a state investigation found no truth to the accusations a final report from the archdiocese
Iraq's parliament approves new election law amid protests
"Iraq's parliament approved a new election law aimed at giving political independence a better chance of winning seats in parliament it's been a key demand for the hundreds of thousands of protesters for almost three months at least four hundred people were killed in protest when Iraqi second security forces responded with lethal force the new law changes each of the countries eighteen provinces into several electoral districts with one of legislator elected per one hundred thousand people and prevents unified lists which often a lot of parties to sweep all the seats in a specific
Report: NBA Considering $1M Per Player Purse for Proposed In-Season Tournament
"Yeah there's a story that broke today and as we talked about before with Jason that the NBA is trying to get some excitement in the dog days of the NBA season I'm from my perspective I think the NBA season is too long okay it is in the NBA's they're severely struggling right now they are not getting the ratings not many people are watching the games because like you said the season has gone very long the load management I'm using air quotes their load management prize affecting all the NBA because you'll go to a game on a Tuesday you want to go see the clippers play quite letters ninety playing a game because he's not hurt he he's he's not injured anything he's just tired he got on a plane that has become a serious issue started by Gregg Popovich yeah we had now will it be Adam silver the commissioners his plan is to shorten the NBA season by a few games and at a mid season tournament in between thanksgiving Christmas that importance and interest to those games so they'll have a parliament and mid season tournament between thanksgiving and Christmas and as of reported this this week by Adam Adrian we're now ski there the NBA's is discussing adding a one million dollar per player purse for the winners of the proposed thirty team and sees in turn amid wailing I it's a great incentive for these teams to want to go with this alternate plan of a season can you imagine if you're the night man on a good basketball team and you're gonna get a million dollars he also went yeah I am all for this plan because I I agree I I love the NBA but I'm not watching it right now because this part of the season I know you know every game does matter to an extent but it's the most boring part of the season right now besides upcoming Christmas games you know there's not much to watch for unless you're a Die Hard fan and if right now there is a tournament going on maybe in Las Vegas between all thirty teams you know that would that would that would be I would be so much fun because it is a second playoffs it is a not as important playoffs the NBA you'll get a lot more fans involved yeah I'm more games more important games to watch there was something on the line at the end of December they're few and far between last night yeah the rockets in the clippers and rockets one one twenty two to one seventeen that was much watching your hardcore basketball fan because of Hardin kawaii so right but right now it if the Cavaliers and the bulls are on ESPN on a Monday night unless I'm from Cleveland Chicago you're not allowed to watch them game you're not you know what is the re what is the point to watch the game because it is gonna be boring it is going to be slow and it's that really has no effect on the season but if they have it in season tournament while all the teams participating that will be fun to watch it will bring more interest in the NB absolutely I think them adding that one million dollar purse per player to the winners that's got to entice every NBA team to say Hey rich news should do this route why don't rich dude we all get Richard rich dudes
Trump accepts Pelosi's invitation to deliver State of the Union address
"Earlier today house speaker Nancy Pelosi extending the annual invitation for the president to deliver the state of the union address White House announcing his formal acceptance just a short time later it's set for February fourth the day after the Iowa caucuses not clear yet whether a Senate trial on the president's impeachment will have happened
Prince Andrew accuser Virginia Roberts Giuffre tells the BBC she was forced to have sex with the British Royal
"An interview about to air in Britain that could be damaging to prince Andrew who's already denied ever meeting his accuser buses Simon Ellen's live in London Lisa mereka Virginia G. free saying she knew she had to keep trying to sound too happy this is not some sort of sex story this is a story of being trafficked describing in an interview with BBC panorama an encounter in a London nightclub setting is horrible and this guy was sweating all over me like his sweat was like it was raining basically everywhere and I was just like woah Jeffrey says she was brought to India by Jeffrey Eckstine to have sex with the prince Andrew denies the
"clements" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Just you know he wants to graduate to living in a van but it's going to take a long time we can't save money legally happening plus he wants his graduate to living in a van what anyone apartment. well again when you grow was mentally ill family members as you know from of the baby on. create some problems with living when people and that's what a lot of kids are going through they're still working through the mental illness of their families even when they're not mentally ill we're still working through all the trauma that they experienced so he could afford a couple hundred Bucks a month for car payments. no no he's his his dad gave him a car okay. you know an old used car and I can win so you can afford it because it broke down a so called money to fix that and he came over to our house is that mark and our living room until he had his car six would you take some salt in it yeah there's always a crisis that takes our savings from them. yeah well I mean that. I'm he is that's not listed here now that's a strange story right I'm glad I believe a bowl it's believable but in that case. people out there that fit under his criteria that can help them today yeah but Clements afternoons is seven on news radio kale B. J. five ninety eight AM and ninety nine point seven FM ever give yourself a raise and getting a raise with real estates you should attend mother free investing.
"clements" Discussed on Punch Up The Jam
"His father abraham and senior who wrote it never rains in california also is the lead singer of hollies and wrote that song. What's his name our him junior. What does the lead singer or not the lead six julian august august strokes. What yeah well okay. I'm confused. What's your approachable g._m._i. Untouchable jam is another song from this movie because as much as i'm like doc this one song is bad. I'm like that's really my like the biggest problem. I have with this entire film. I do think it's very good but also the song that stuck out to me. Even the first i i watched it was a song called always remember this way goes down and as remember this way lover's in. It's like a piano song that she plays and sings almost entirely alone but it's like she. The band is with our onstage with bradley. Cooper not involved at all. It's such a good song and like the lyrics are kind of mike still like when the sun goes down. It's just that kind of like these are familiar phrases but it sounds so good to me. I don't care it works so much for me. It's like it's. We love song yeah so i think again. A lot of music does sound a little bit like country music and i've talked before about how <hes> i really like a a lot of country music because it has these general eric's where it makes me nostalgic for a memory. I don't have like the way they'll describes. Wake take the there is a song because my wife was is to <hes> <hes> pop country radio. There was a song called like five more minutes. Do you know this song and the guy it was all these moments in his life where he wished he had five more minutes and one of them was like after the he his final football game where they had lost the championship game and his high school football team and he just asked the coach if he could have five more minutes on the field like this picture. There's such a feeling it's probably all super a fake package but i go like i have no experience anything like this but somehow i go like that's those are the pure feeling again again like art that affects you yeah yeah i just they. They all said they make me nostalgic for childhood and youth that i did yeah. That's how i feel when i hear that smashing pumpkins song nineteen seventy-nine. I'm just like oh man run in the fields fucking dancing to like i didn't do that anyways. Thank you so much for coming on the podcast guys. Thank you for having me anything. You want.
"clements" Discussed on Punch Up The Jam
"I like it all right. Thank you feel like still stephen. Mountains has like ten bands. Stephen mouth mess was in pavement and and then he was also in <hes> he went solo and did like steven reich <hes> and then i think he's also done just stephen malcolm. I i recently. He did an electronic payment reuniting they are. They're going to do a tour again. <hes> i saw them on their last reunion tour nice cool dude nice <hes> very little about him. Cool guy was fun to meet him but he didn't know what the fuck you know. Oh oh you did yeah and more fun or was it like he's just kind of for me. It was not fun here just to yeah i just was like it's one of those and i have to learn this like there are really so few people interaction. I think it's really only musicians as happened with because i did one at one point meet the dude for mountain goats <hes> there are very few people who i am like. I don't know if it's star struck by but it is like i have so much to say to them like i'm like there are so many things you've done that i like and i like it so much and it's had such an impact on my life. Those two specific bands really are those two specific musicians russians like that. I was listening to during a huge transitional point in my life where it was like really meaningful and important to me and i have to completely put it out of my mind if and when i ever meet them especially if i have to do a show because there's nothing i even wish i said like it's not like i'm i'm like i should have said this. It's like oh. I wish the whole my entire existence was different or something so that i didn't because is like i was so nervous and most people yeah. You don't even know who this guy is. Nobody cares but for me. I was just like shit like maybe i could've talked about this. Maybe we could done this. Maybe i could have completely forgot about that and just tried to do a funny episode of the show in in my head the whole time being going like wow. This dude is like the dude the guy frio yes but it's like <hes> was just a totally separate thing so in those few instances. I'm trying to learn like where i do. You meet someone or interact with someone who i'm like. Wow there's like volumes of things. I want to say to you but i know enough not to do that because that would like freak you out right but i need need to just like not. Even i need to be like i will be unsatisfied at the end of this interaction. I've just going to be like hey big fan of music. All you can do is try not to disassociate. That's about it yeah. That's right and i yeah. The episode came out like last week. I shouldn't be shitting on an episode of my own show. Some people seem to enjoy some people didn't yeah. I know why i burn through ten. I had like i had overprepared. You've done our show. I'm usually not prepared at all and we just kind of rash. I had like fifteen eighteen ideas written out of like this. We'll do this. We'll do this and then i went through all of it in like twelve minutes an hour twelve minutes and i think it's really cool to talk about the anxiety. The podcast hosting is sometimes 'cause like where else you can't talk about on the podcast. No no it just people. Don't i know about it except other podcasts house where you're like. I'm very on but i'm also.
"clements" Discussed on Punch Up The Jam
"He coulda switched instruments then okay i'm just i don't know i'm on here well. I'm just remembering the iconic oscars performance accurately by didn't see too. We're all just doing something. I was getting chips from the kitchen and i don't like youtube so i just missed it. So what's the other. The other punch-up is what the fuck does this title mean so. I was like cool. Let's give it a meaning <music> uh-huh take place about this vernon as they could have put it in as well. That's true the just the tip my mouth innocent <music>. Here's the really good part <music> cheering yeah. Oh that fixed the problem with the lyrics yeah. Those are both good punch-ups for different reasons gets rid of the lyrics accent makes the title makes sense yeah true but then passed that well i thought okay. The scream seems to be the central focus of this song. The rest of the words are nonsense so the song should be about the scream. So i wrote a version of the song this i really love as it area so road version of the song about the scream and meow and i sung it has the state of course got to stand for the karaoke out so good to me <music> that crowd out of here. We don't need third time's char baby <music> joan these what's they were trying to someone. I'm one murdering a few you like every day <hes> he. That's sound sad this. Do we know the sound. I'm talking about <music>. <hes> dam is something boy. I are you talking about that yelling. I was only me. I was practiced in favor. It's very annoying. Oh you nuba yoga to screen. It's just i <hes> hobby but i gotta do. It's way too almost for the doc. Id you our scream hours. Grease grease our scream and scream all god. Did you want to hear me screaming. No ma'am i really don't want to hear. I don't watch screen. Okay no no please. It's all sorts scrape. No tweets all have to wait take hours awards grease grease our scream scream god and that's that this. I love having a copy of this version. Absolutely that has for me solved some stuff good. How far more than the song oh yeah ah yes that weird thing in your back <hes> sciatica. I also feel like just hearing this reminded me of one thing we forgot to mention which is the greatest rhyme of falling with change lane chain. I'm oh yeah that's right. Oh <music> yeah and now it's fixed and now it's fixed. Welcome yeah sure we moved to a budget. Let's campbell into this and you are esteemed. Guests like to suggest your song. I on punishable jam yeah so remind me. This is something where i think. The lyrics are so good. This can't touch it either. You guys got to hear this or i think the song's perfect well. I was thinking a little bit so i am. I'm a lyric doggie and some of my favorite artists are even not by their people who i just think right really good lyrics famously. I loved the band. The mountain goats thing that guy lyrics are incredible recently. I don't know if you guys heard about this but <hes> stephen came on hollywood handbook. I aw i was shot. I'm nervous in that. I can hear how nervous i am. I'm such a big fan of his but obviously has been pavement. I loved <hes> <hes> they have sort of <hes> obtuse lyrics but he also played guitar for a band called the silver jews and they had a song called. Oh pretty is that. I was pretty obsessed with the works for for a while. Sky heaven who are is final film heart and i would say that that song is punishable label as a jam juice yeah..
"clements" Discussed on Punch Up The Jam
"How shall hallo shallow hal shallow hal. Yes shallow hallo yeah. No wonder shallow hallo show how how low so this really starts to fall apart in terms of they can't keep the threat of their own song sounds called shell. I'm i'm on the deepen. I'm i'm off the deep end watches. I dive in on never touch. The ground around then they say were far from the shallows so that tracks yes if i'm on in the deep end. I'm off the deep end. They're no longer in the safe. Water water you really in the deep end right or i guess watches i. She's diving off the deep end practice diving off the deep end. Scuba is is that her san the but then the chorus i guess is in the shallow or far from the shallows. Now we're far from the shelves in michelle show <music> since they say in the far from the yeah so they're in the deep end yes but the hook of the song is shallow. You're making a good point. Here is really the primary thing when you ask me. Why did you choose this song. This is why it's back to back are they. Are they in the shower. They are they far from the shell are they is it they're far from the shallow but they're romanticizing their time in the show in the are they reflecting when things were good in the shallows because that's been defies the rest of the song i don't buy that. What is the i'll never meet. The ground part art to nosedive not hit their head on the bottom of because they're in the deep end. You're not going to meet the ground feet deep okay. Why are they saying in the shallow. Why do they say in the shallow right after initial and why do they say it so many times because deepened is not a good title for a song and why is it called shell everything you're saying is just making the small part of my brain feel like it's about to explode. It's very hard crashed through the surface who they see they can't every line of this the world they're both deeply. They're both under the water and the deep end of the pool being like we're fucked up. We we're probably going to die hi here but at least we're together and we're far from all the scrutiny of the rash through the surface is the craziest way of ever heard to describe getting into a pool no no it's when you crash into the pool but who who crashes into a pool lash into a pool lock your right splash through the surface doesn't work as much as crash a he had it ready to crash through the surface where this is a song about doing the sick. Ask cannonball like when you finally get the party hardy going yeah. It's a can opener. Everyone's like i forgot about those can opener geoff knife. Do you remember we're doing a bellyflop before realizing they hurt. Oh yeah yeah it out. This is gonna look sick. Fuck my whole stomach. What is metaphorically. What does this mean shoes shoes because like i'm off. The deep end is like all right. I'm fucking. I'm really up yeah. I'm really fucked up but i'll never meet the grounds like but i'm not gonna hit rock bottom. It's about the diving seen in boogie nights where it's that scene in the graduate good. Let me show you what you did wrong. Okay honestly the more. We're talking about more realizing. This actually makes no sense on any level. No i do feel physically pained. The the like verses seem like it's them. I'm going like oh. This is really a problem like we're really getting into something bad and here. It's like almost hopeful. They're like where they can't hurt us. We're far from like. I don't know what the tone of the song songs must be bad or good. No yeah that is this is where it happened. The <hes> the first two verses okay they're simple simple but they're like you can kind of apply meaning but then when they get to this part the the titular section yeah it completely falls falls apart. I'm like i don't know what the fuck is supposed to be. No felt by me the audience something screamy the part.
"clements" Discussed on Punch Up The Jam
"She wrote twenty four hours ago and he has been drunk for. So much of that. Time woke woke up. The next morning. Got on a plane to go that concert then flew or it's just like it makes no sense when they could've done this. Let's cut out is that the band is watching the movie while you <hes> ah it's sometimes yeah they sometimes switch perspective to see the band going linka. We probably should learn that doing that sort of funky scarecrow the jimmy fair these very predictable chord changes so they might have just been like a now back to the one to the five three minor. The violent is just like. I'm taking a shot and just came in early. Ah i do like the idea of a meal in it because bradley cooper john the entire flight and they're like what the fuck are you doing just the song i it sounds like arianna. Guerande bomb bomb bomb started back. Was everyone involved going like we're going to change the hardcore it was there somebody who kept going like like bringing up to bradley like and then we'll we'll be hardcore before we actually recorded. Oh yeah we're gonna take cadets there. Filming the guys extending in video village fucking are doing hardcore like we can't. It's like a just got law. Yeah i like to imagine the truly just like bradley cooper's just like all recorded drivers and then you guys can do some punch-ups on it and and they got the version they sent them and they assume like oh. This is the one he wants to do so they were just like okay. I don't realize how clever this line is actually hard twice. In the same sentence there is like no no one wanted the the guy from the hold steady craig finn ride. His first band was lifter puller. Maybe and he had a lyric that was like we had a of hardcore friend named cory. We call them hardcore. I'd like some lear that bev later people were like this guy's lyrics. I like studying. It's sort of like you never could get over like you. Did this like you said hard cory very hard so that's like where jackson maine is at taksin. He's he's just kidding. I don't know how does end with a rip which i'm fine spoiling because movies been out for a while and it's also over fifty years old older stories speaking of rips ready. Oh this next oh yeah wow great well. The production on this is <music> would not well whoa oh my god. I shall how how schaja hollow shallow allow allow. There's a part where it's clear that gaga start doing shabalin brothers shah. There's low shallow shall how shall hallo shallow hal shallow hal. Yes shallow hallo yeah..
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"I know lots of people who who hated as your. I just think it's so cool to like hate everything. That's popular and everybody should and i wouldn't. I just was like i dunno span fun movie to watch people like that's not gonna yeah. I'm done having taste. That's so far behind you. Just don't see movies anymore anymore. Then you don't have to have an opinion i love the move yeah. You can just see every movie i just i have stained from opinions not ever seeing them. I'll do that if i'm if i know no. I'm going to have the wrong opinion on going to see it. I feel like i'll just be like i won't like it but a lot of people didn't like it but i don't want to be one of those naysayers zehr's outside of this song anyway yeah. It's okay i mean it's okay to not like it but i was like yes. This is total like popular culture thing designed to be super popular. It's and it's and it was being treated like an oscar movie in the sense that like so prize as if it wasn't yeah it was like this really pretentious campaign around it. This is what art looks like yeah instead of just being like we made it to appeal to a mass audience. Audience did remake the fourth one yeah. It's like which i think it's the best version of it but it's still the the same thing. The stories always relevant. There's always starts to be born. You know well. Stars continue being bored. We've tried to stop in. They just chance so. What did she say again. She said tell me something boy. Are you tired trying to fill that void or do you need more hard being keeping it so hard core. That is the point where i go what this feels like. It's from a different song. Yes eight it hard keeping it so hard core stops. You're the party. It seems like it's like that as language from a different era than the rest of the <hes>. We're ix it really yeah. It's it's six sore thumb and it's also just hard keeping it so hard core like not a good word to sing and i keep thinking she's saying parker aimed at harkin. It's so park horwood i would love. That's been hit hard core. What does that museum is. He was a mess which one of them wrote that because that's not in her original parking lot version so he wrote that and gave it to. She knew it somehow she wrote it on the plane ride just like he's going to ask me to sing this. I just there's no way everybody was like. This isn't my song so i don't need to artistically prove myself. I think that's what happened with these lyrics. I keep my name off makes. No guys like that's not my name. That's fine. Did they spend time trying to beat that. No i think this is all i draft and they're like we have ten songs. They had to make an entire album and every other one they were like. We're gonna work on this when they were like fuck it. It's the first one we'll do better. It feel yeah. That's the that is the thing that stands out the most. You hit the nail on the head. It sounds like a first draft. Every single line feels like a place holder yeah that no one ever got around to punching up they they knew from the jump that the only part people are gonna give a fuck about is when she starts belting aldrich is no yeah as it shouldn't yeah can't jim scream is good yeah okay. Let's get to a cheering again and all the good times. I've seen a little baby run at i and i wish also in the movie you saw bradley cooper turnaround to the guys just do like vamp. You've got this or something because it's crazy to me that they know this song..
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"Packaged. I mean i guess so much. Pop radios package like it's more so than most yeah i feel like it's the rotten tomatoes this thing where it's like. If you try to make something that everyone kind of likes then you're going to get more popular and if you make something where it's like it's very good to one of these groups right right right right right right yeah right it. Also i'm confused by my own statistics because it says it was also the longest running number one song by a female lead singer but then here's the thing i can't factor in the billboard charts and twenty nineteen. Maybe factor in youtube views. Is this not so confusing. The magazine doesn't reveal exactly how big of a factor factor it is but everyone watching and rewatching that oscars performance clip i fucking each other on stage potentially contributed to this becoming a number one wait eight which now just confused me even more they can count the views of a live performance of the song. I guess so that seem infirm seems to be like those the the beginning of the end for bradley and his wife now. They're still going strong. They got a kid. No they just broke out the i'm behind the they just broke up as recording boarding okay well as long as amy poehler anwar netter still together. That's where my love lies and then the last thing i'll say about this song <hes> i think this really speaks to what we're all kind of dancing around which is that it feels so calculated without actually yeah very plant there are so many people involved the song that contribute to making it a hit. It's gaga obviously but then it's also andrew wyatt. Who's the singer. Mike snow remember that band. Oh yeah absolutely animal chance yep and then anthony romando who's in the band dirty pretty things and mark ronson. Obviously we all know him rawson brother no. That's what i was going to meet. The ronson rather is that right. I think so but then also thought it was her dad or something thing. She's young nationally. Not i played pool with her once at barney's beanery you shell <hes> dan was she chill. She was chill and i think i did with but no mark ronson obviously has done any wine house adele ellie allen miley cyrus and of course so famously bruno mars john's o- his music it was never mind today's date they were engaged the deep cut and she does have music the least a <hes> a music video that was meant to feel like a throwback nineties almost like t._l._c. I'll see era or something like kind of like aren be single and it's like her driving convertible and it's one of those things that got like re tweeted a bunch and and i watched it and god bless rashida of course oh it seemed to be neither fish nor fowl like it wasn't a comedy thing but surely we weren't saying this was a real song. We like well. If it was a one off it it did feel like is maybe maybe just kinda the thing where she just made a video to be like <hes> i'm having fun with. It wasn't like celebrity friends on well. She the song was produced by. I think <unk> her cousin who's a man named. Sonny levin who did perform at my wedding okay dropped wedding because i heard heard a song of his in the gap one day and came home to my now wife. It was like the gap i and it was. It's like kinda. The only song he ever produced that somehow ended up on like the gaps gaps circuit such a hard marquette and then she tracked him down on but he's rashida jones cousin music producer. It's so funny okay so i was called love rhino if anybody wants to. I'm going to hop on your family family connections and say that another person involved on the song is willie nelson's son. Jimmy nelson lukas nelson with a k. which feels feels like jimmy energy. I didn't know that was his son. He plays all the guitar in the movie right here does he was brought on as an authenticity consultant for bradley cooper. Let's another smart calculated. Aspect of this. I think is that they were going for like a country sound..
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"There's just something that <hes> no no don't trust him. He has like shark is you. No i was just talking about him. I don't trust it. I feel like this is the first time i've like actively like bradley cooper in a movie but i also think once yeah well. He was in hot american summer. Are you gotta give it up for that. Yeah i gotta get he's had he's had a long career hangover one in three only we're. I give it to recognize it. <hes> though it's not canon but <hes> yeah i didn't. I didn't dislike the movie. It's all it's very like schlocky. It's it's like the song where it kind of hits all these notes copy paste copy of him yeah. It's it's very a cliche or whatever but <hes> i don't really i try not to hold that against stuff 'cause a lotta times that comfort food and i'll enjoy royer but <hes> the song stood out that it like became a single and had radio play <unk> who was like whoa it's working and i'll say what else did they get so smart about it any time in a movie or even in real life when there's like a male female karaoke duet it's always don't go breaking my heart dr to try to supplant that like no one is really been aiming at that and gone like why don't we we're. We're contests. Don't you want me baby. Okay okay and a time of my life but the fact that there are a lot of them. I think to make a new one enters. Culture is like it's it's very savvy abby and i did fucking enter popular culture holy shit. The song won best original song at the oscars which i find to be for other reasons. We just mentioned an atrocity but that's fine. It's blake. I'm outraged. It's fine the only thing about that that i'm annoyed by his like it obviously is going to win so every other nominee was like nothing but i'm also like it's not even the best song in this movie to me right. That's probably true thousand other songs. It does not probably the best song in the movie is one where he's talking about letting the old ways die..
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"And the flagrant ones sean clements inside sean clem doug before we get into vendor pump rules an and this game specifically and i know you're you're a huge huge fan of the franchise which is a big big part of why we wanted to have you here but games in general. Are you much of a game. Where were you ever much of a gamer. I'm not much of a gamer the time to come clean about that. Yeah you're gonna roasted are mentioned sound. People are not gonna like this. I think <hes> i was in video games as you know when i was younger i had right nintendo and super nintendo and all that and i and then probably the last time i seriously played a game was during in my one semester of college when we played mario kart all the time right okay and that was kind of it then then that had to be in like the year two two thousand right. I think games are really cool and fun. I become addicted to them. In a way where i i won't finish anything else yeah. I got like if i do get into games than that is. That's a wrap on my career right so pretty much been. My path decided to abstain entirely. I did talk recently about an app game that i got into because <hes> my one of my bosses at my last job was playing this like woody puzzle game of you've seen this ad it's sort of like tetris but the pieces are falling calling you like get a piece can then you can place it anywhere on the board and when you create a line stuff disappears but it's it's like you're always trying to maintain the space for any piece that could show up okay. My favorite thing about our show is trying to describe video games. This one yeah is a puzzle game shin man. I was certainly this is dumb and i got so fucking into it would just be hours in the woody puzzle all is is that one where it's kind of framingham like you. There's a there's things you can pay for their upcharges. You can buy game. I think really what you can pay for is is to not have to watch an ad in between starting you finish the game and then you have to wait like thirty seconds before you can like try again right eight th this <hes> i mean that's like it seems like that's such a big mobile game model and that certainly is the model of the game. We played today so you you like you. You mentioned games. You mentioned nintendo super nintendo anything come to mind like beyond mario kart. That was like this was the game. I really liked her. This was this was one thing that had it'd be hooked at one point and it's okay. If there isn't an answer to you can say no neck. I'll i'm gonna try to. I'm going to head into my mind palace. In search among the baubles is rolled back in news skull. His teeth folded like a piano. Take a couple i mean i was i was into the first few zelda's. I'll i remember crying because is the game like reset when i was playing like world cup soccer once unintended a- and i also remember super tech mobile well not tech mobile only had eight teams but super tecmo bowl what's had all them was the reason that for a while in my youth i was a big fan of the kansas city chiefs because you were christian okoye quoi in that game you would throw your tacklers into the stand right and i thought that was fun. The nigerian nightmare yes little fumblitis although yeah plagued him later and i don't know any of these things <hes> the yeah the tech mobile series was tecmo the other words that you're saying it was just like you you know there were there were two running plays passing plays you could choose from and so if you chose the running play that went to the running running back for the chiefs named personal then it would take like four tries to get tackled so you use those words to try and define the words. I didn't know the same word no running back. Running back was a i think about a fire that was maybe helpful. It was a new word..
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"And Don show. Area is or are a letter more alien presences that have been involved with this planet for millennia is the threats already here are artificial intelligence is. I think exactly what he says. I think it is an existential threat are we about to bring it into existence? If we don't get a backup planet. We could kill ourselves on this planet midnight on NewsRadio tail DJ. Ward and Ed Clements. Afternoons three to seven we're falling apart absolutely falling apart. Amazon's not coming. They said no Austin. Maybe we do. Oh, you in apology over this whole, h q. You're feeling like we lead you on for months. But if it makes things any better, it's not your lack of infrastructure in incentives. It's us the idea of trying to keep it weird all the time near the year out into radical economic paradigm shifts do us part. That's just a lot of pressure. Okay. It's also your bags. Honestly, that's just really freak us out. You say their regular dance. The what if they're not? For all we know you're all secretly, vampires sanctuary city for vampires tuck ins, sorry, this is coming out all wrong, whatever long as you have smart people. We're gonna be fine because the idea Konami doesn't it's not going away anytime ward and Ed Clements to seven on NewsRadio KLBJ. Eggshell? Happy birthday to one of my heroes on the food channel. I admit I'm.
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"Board and Ed Clements. Afternoons three to seven first of all I did. I don't think it is worth the time in the United States government on my tax dollar to go and stop consenting adults from paying each other for percents. Oh, man. You are going down a really bad path. You better stop really really how far removed from any bar in town tonight where you buy somebody five drinks. Former prostitute in. But I think that men look at it as an investment. Charge taxes on that as well. Gary alto. You were getting paid that she paid any cash for people. Okay. He should pay taxes on that. You're a male Hooker, my friend. I'm not saying. Not that much older than you. The sex. You're gonna the transaction their contact the IRS. All right. Let's say the whole story and you're going to feel better about yourself. When you call this show, saying, hey, twenty nine percent on the sex tax with a woman and Jeff Ward and Ed Clements is seven on NewsRadio KLBJ. Marc and Melinda. Likes to know more as to why does what you wear matter at all in your training. I think the fatigues and required salutes in his view create a mindset that they're training people to be in the military rather than police officers who can talk down at situation. Okay. Well in the military, you want them to beat tough? So that they can handle any situation that comes to it. I'm sorry. My expectation.
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"Clements. Afternoons three to seven here. Daddy, responsible. Maybe just maybe it's not as. We've already cops leave the bathroom. We saw that FBI agent do that with the other day were they got him in big I was gonna rely on gun expert. Now, I'm starting to wonder about them get those little guys. I guess so you got like a lighter that shoots. But you should know dropped his gun and went strolling around the store and my kid gets better. And you're going down. Clements. Seven on NewsRadio KLBJ. Ward and Ed Clements. Afternoons three to seven Gary Cohn had maybe the most telling exchange now he's out. So it doesn't really matter. But he talked about how he took a document off Trump's desk scientist, so he wouldn't sign it. He would forget about craving. John kelly. I don't know how those two coexist now craving. How can Jeff Sessions from Maine as attorney general with off last weekend? And then the revelations today. But for John Kelly. I mean, that's that's the president's right hand. Man. He just call him in eighty I to explain him at all how he's. He may just be used to they might be. But really say that about your boss when you're essentially the the caretaker, I don't know how Trump likes to fight back the Twitter. I don't even know if there's enough characters in their winning down go to West Virginia. Jeff Ward in Ed Clement redes- seven on NewsRadio KLBJ.
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"See store for the conditions board and Ed Clements afternoons three, to seven the potential impact of tariffs for the most part is terrible but people are really going to have to feel for them to, then turn on their representatives in red places who then turn on Trump and I don't know that the evidence is there that it's that dramatic yet and, until somebody really feels it. And complains enough about then Republicans in Texas. We start liberty at all they're doing right, now is kind of whisper they don't like what's coming what might come but. They're not gonna shout until the KLBJ caller goes off. On right Bill then they just kind. Of killing us something, so agreed but I see what that could be even to some extent the NAFTA talks calling can go on in name ten more told. Me Daniel story. And that red voter is not, gonna call or not gonna complain The state of Texas three point nine billion dollars. With export will be targeted right now. That just numbers right, now that's just people who are quote out to get bored and Ed Clements seven on NewsRadio KLBJ five ninety AM and ninety nine point. Seven FM Daria? Is or are a letter more alien, presences that have been involved with this, planet for millennia he's the torrential rainy here are artificial intelligence is I think exactly, what he says I think it is an existential threat or are we about to grade into existence if we don't get a backup planet Costa Could kill ourselves on this planet midnight.
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"Newsradio klbj jeff warden clements afternoons three to seven driving down the road is thinking gorgeous get stabbed on the air we used to have a screen and so eh periodically during a bmw commercial you would all of a sudden here you can just random soundbite yeah meanwhile took away all my sound effects that's what it'd be like one of my kids with the sharp parasitic just random soundbites all of a sudden there'd be an edu seven hundred eighty commercials here yeah and so finally people started saying what's happening to my commercial engineering department came in and took everything away took it away this one psycho soundbite he's still there's no reason for it a commercial message board and ed clements afternoon fleet is seven on newsradio klbj five ninety am and ninety nine point seven fm or back the track jeff warden head clements afternoons three to seven i can't think of a more difficult bizarre time to be the face of the franchise i think we all should be a little put off by this drunken spree that happened at the police union event yeah i think hiding on the table and not being a face of that is a big mistake geyser urinating on the walls and all this stuff and nobody addresses it the policemen have a great contract with the city where there is a period of time before anything can be done find a despicable that everybody in city government was hiding under their desks and there wasn't much demand for them to have to answer public but again the police contract prevented them from coming out they got away with we may have been the only two people that thought he was outraged at the bar tenders to the real hard doc was pretty upset and the people have to clean up the walls acl over the top story come on.
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"Afternoons three to seven on news radio kale bj millions of people do not think trump is not unhinged insane losing it or anything of the sort narrative billions of people believe just the opposite of fact quitting counterpunch of truth credits the other people that are coming unglued rush limbaugh and what they really can't believe as they have not able adorning valve they fired air free weapon they've got nothing is getting rid of trump rush limbaugh weekdays eleven to two on news radio pale bj now no we are not offended from neanderthal who are we modern we now know emerged of aldo european continent not out of africa where did we come from bringing on what by our calling the forbidden territory what happens next were the result of a series of genetic modification coast to coast am we are talking in gori's we've outgrown it's no longer having a coast to coast with george noory weeknights midnights him from radio kale bj and jeff gordon had clements afternoons on news radio five ninety set it up mucho early the chief of police primarily gave an update on three believed to be related bombings on the east side these are not buildings internet government entities that you're not politicians these are houses all nardi with a thirty nine year old guy on march ii who died he blew up on his front porch and that's not an exaggeration he survived i think for a few hours before he died then tragically this morning early in the morning 650 shares seventeen year old kid again another neighborhood on the east side what seems to be a random house he was blown up he died forty year old also at the house male may be as mom is injured so these are massive explosions then at a little after eleven o'clock little tiff again another house yeah and another neighborhood not government buildings just houses on the east side 75 you're a woman picks up the package and picks up a package that has left on her porch and it blows up and she is.