This time, I Get Interviewed (Worldwide)

Friday night @ 8pm, Pacific, I aired an interview of ME on Audio Sorgfield. You can stream it, online,

Eddie Floyd, with his guest interviewer, Sammy Stern, pick my brain about all things Sorg and all things Goldfield. Please tune it! It was a blast to talk about my new life.

Nevada Matters airs on FoxNewsRadio, around the world, I’m told. Here’s their station’s website. My interview airs there some time this weekend.

but.. I’VE ARCHIVED THE SHOW so you can hear it RIGHT HERE now:

Thank you so much, Eddie Floyd and Sammy Stern!

24 thoughts on “This time, I Get Interviewed (Worldwide)

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  1. Congratulations dude. Getting what you always wanted. I leave you with this one question. That I wish the world would answer. Is pursuing fame really easier, less messy, and painless, compared to pursuing love? With every failure, the cumulative experience cannot be washed away, nor can the memories. The only hope that keeps it going is someday, somewhere, the right person will drown out all the failures ..but who finds that? 10 percent of the population? We are just like passing fucking sperms in the night

    1. JD, about the ‘pursuit of fame’.. I used to like to say that it was a means to an end. One must gather an amount of fame or notoriety in order to make a practical go of it as an artist, (profit) which I still believe, but just the other day, I’ve decided that I’m retiring that line.

      Now I see that I pursue it because I’ve discovered a personal ability to endure it. The spot light is an edgy place that some simply can’t live through. I’m no spring chicken and for a couple decades now, I’ve been learning up on the subject, including all the cautionary tales-ESPECIALLY those… Jim Morrison, Picasso, etc..

      But love… well, that one, personally, once I’m ready to sacrifice enough for it, then I’ll know that I want it.

      Love your comments, as usual.

      1. Sacrifice….
        If you don’t want love, simply ask yourself if you could handle hooking up. No jealousy, no worries. See? The issue is people don’t know what they want.
        .. til it’s……

    1. thnx guys.

      JD, I seem to have a taste for the spotlight. Someone’s gotta’ do it. No joke. If I have a desire to inspire, I should pursue that intent in life.

      1. if the wind sail’s source of fuel is inspiration, soars through castles lost in a cloud ….And includes a helmet

        Yes plz

    1. you caught me in a talkative mood, it’s a pivotal subject for me, actually -fame..

      Fishbowling, itself, is a study on the subject. I’ve got political and social experiments I’ve conducted about ‘fame’ and notions of the ‘collective’ vs. ‘selfish’ pursuits are important, maybe more than ever.

      I’d like to reference Steven Covey’s point in his book 7 Habits of Successful People where one’s own principles should be pursued fully, opposed to those of others. We rise to the point where we’re able to help others once our own needs are being met by our own devices.

      Socialism vs. Capitalism-or more pointedly a truly free market, which is NOT in line with welfare pursuits for the gains of the ‘whole’. Ayn Rand’s notion of selfishness.

      I contend that one should pursue his OWN notoriety because automatically others will benefit from such as none of us can disclaim that we belong to a greater whole, regardless.

      None of us are an island. Self promotion is healthy.

      Interdependent success does NOT have to come from collective striving if no-one impinges upon anothers’ fundamental rights.

      Wow, see, ya caught me when I’m filling my mind with political science notions of right/left political philosophies, stemming from my latest research on the anarcho-syndacalist workers’ union, the IWW or the “Wobblies”.

      A key term I’d like to mention is “Classical Liberalism”, which today’s Liberal movement is NOT a part of.

    2. “Therefore, dear Sir, love your solitude and try to sing out with the pain it causes you. For those who are near you are far away… and this shows that the space around you is beginning to grow vast…. be happy about your growth, in which of course you can’t take anyone with you, and be gentle with those who stay behind; be confident and calm in front of them and don’t torment them with your doubts and don’t frighten them with your faith or joy, which they wouldn’t be able to comprehend. Seek out some simple and true feeling of what you have in common with them, which doesn’t necessarily have to alter when you yourself change again and again; when you see them, love life in a form that is not your own and be indulgent toward those who are growing old, who are afraid of the aloneness that you trust…. and don’t expect any understanding; but believe in a love that is being stored up for you like an inheritance, and have faith that in this love there is a strength and a blessing so large that you can travel as far as you wish without having to step outside it.”
      ― Rainer Maria Rilke, Letters to a Young Poet

  2. Hey Chad. This is your mom. Awesome job on your interview. I do believe you will be just the guy to put Goldfield on the map….bigtime! Love you, mom

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