35 Burst results for "C. Harris"

Will Ron DeSantis Sit This One Out?

The Trish Regan Show

01:33 min | 18 hrs ago

Will Ron DeSantis Sit This One Out?

"DeSantis is staying in Florida. Yes, he's got a terrific record they're in Florida, but the question is, is it enough? Does he have the name recognition and can he actually get through the primary? I think that's a very difficult task. Moreover, let's just be logical about the entire situation. If you're Ron DeSantis, you're saying, wait a second, I got this whole group of people that support Donald Trump on my side. If I run now, well, I am going to risk having their wrath against me because Donald Trump is going to paint me as disloyal, et cetera. You just heard it. And so they won't like me. Therefore, am I ever going to have a shot in the future? And clearly, he could just say, you know what, I'm going to ride this one out. Donald Trump takes the nomination. He wins or doesn't win against Joe Biden or Kamala Harris or Pete Buttigieg or whoever they wind up putting up and then I come back into the picture four years from now in 2028. It may be a logical decision, but it's also a risky decision only in that politicians kind of they stay hot for only a brief moment in time. Remember when Chris Christie had his day and then he completely blew it and by 2016 it was over, well desantis could run that risk as well. In other words, life is full of risks. He either runs now. And makes his way past Donald Trump, which I just don't entirely see happening. I know there's differing polls, et cetera, but it's going to be hard, or he waits for more years.

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Irving has 32 points, Nets beat Knicks for 9th straight time

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 2 d ago

Irving has 32 points, Nets beat Knicks for 9th straight time

"The nets picked up their 9th straight win over the Knicks as Kyrie Irving scored 21 of his 32 points over the final 9 and a half minutes of Brooklyn's one 22 one 15 victory. Irving had just 11 points on four of 14 shooting before getting hot. It's his 6th straight game with at least 30 points. A career high and a team record, Irving also had 9 assists in 6 rebounds. Joe Harris finished with 16 points and Nick claxton chipped in 13 with 12 rebounds and 6 assists. Jalen Brunson had 26 points in RJ Barrett 23 for the Knicks, who trailed by 19 at one point. I'm Dave ferry.

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Embiid scores 47 as 76ers beat Jokic, Nuggets 126-119

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 2 d ago

Embiid scores 47 as 76ers beat Jokic, Nuggets 126-119

"It's a 7 game winning streak for the 76ers after Joel embiid delivered 47 points in 18 rebounds in a one 26 one 19 downing of the nuggets and beat his scored 40 or more points 9 times this season and 35 times in his career. The sixers also received 17 points and 13 assists from James Harden, while Tobias Harris scored all 14 of his points in the second half. Nikola Jokić just missed a triple double for Denver with 24 points 8 rebounds and 9 assists. Jamal Murray had 22 points. And Michael Porter 20 in the nuggets third loss in four games. I'm Dave ferry.

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If You Knew an Asteroid Was Going to Hit, What Would You Do?

The Doug Collins Podcast

01:40 min | 4 d ago

If You Knew an Asteroid Was Going to Hit, What Would You Do?

"If you knew that an asteroid was going to hit ten days from now, what would you do? What would be your last ten day? I don't think we want those answers. There's going to be some really nasty stuff on there. All right, exactly. All right, we're keeping it PG, right? Yeah. What are the lad? Well, you got ten days to live. What do you do? I mean, the only answer is probably for me. Skydive at least once. And then just, I mean, I know this sounds so corny, but you just got to spend time with people that you love. I know that's the corny since forever, but what else can you do? What are you going to go rob the zoo? I mean, you'll just like, I mean, I think I would go get some, I would eat. I want to have all my family as close by as possible. Exactly. My wife, you know, do that kind of thing. But it is something to think about. But I take it in a bigger stance. Okay, James, and you're not both experienced loss and you have as much. But and I know this is tried. And I know people talk about it. But shouldn't we always live every day as if it's our last 100% absolutely. But since it's not, and we never will. That we know of. No, it's true, Doug, you just don't know and like, yes, you should try to spend as much time with the people you love and do the right thing and be around good people and do the things like, hey, I didn't think I was gonna make it tomorrow. I'm gonna go do this. Yes, we should. But once you start thinking about that stuff, you're right, racist,

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Doug and Producer James Discuss Earthquakes

The Doug Collins Podcast

01:35 min | 4 d ago

Doug and Producer James Discuss Earthquakes

"The city we most think of a couple of cities really, but what city's most auto when we think of earthquakes? Los Angeles. Or San Francisco. Sorry, yeah. In 1886, did you know that a 7.6 magnitude tremor hit Charleston, South Carolina? No, no one knows that. Not even the people. South Carolina do. 18 96, it was felt over 2.5 million square miles and caused damages far away as 200 miles. Did you know I got you one now? I know this. Did you know that north Georgia where I live about every, I mean, is there small tremors all the time, but about every 6 to 8 months, you'll have a tremor that I've actually failed. It'll be like a one 1.5, but in north Georgia. I've never been a part of an earthquake. It seems terrifying. Every time you see in a movie, everyone has a panic attack and everybody ends up being fine and lights just shimmer. But I'm sure it's not that. It's much more devastating to people's homes. Well, one morning I woke up and I asked Lacey gotten up early. This has been about 25 years ago. We're in another house and Lacey gotten up earlier to get ready to go to school. She was teacher and I was telling Ben. And all of a sudden, I sort of fail something and I said, did you slam a door? Because this sort of, and she said, no, I said, what are you going to say, what does somebody come, you know, did somebody hit something outside and I thought maybe one of the kids that went outside and done something, she said, no, and then about it, I'm going to turn the TV on. And they said, well, three minutes ago, there was a report of an earthquake in northwest Georgia.

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Newly Discovered Asteroid Passes Close to Earth

The Doug Collins Podcast

01:40 min | 4 d ago

Newly Discovered Asteroid Passes Close to Earth

"Asteroid is passing as close as 2200 miles above earth, our past, it passed last night. 2200 miles above the earth's surface in a size of a delivery truck. It is. And now they're saying if it had got any closer it'd burn up and you'd have some small meteorites that kind of thing. Sure. This is somewhere at 11. As it goes and it's looking to say, but yo, I've been watching and listening and I think you and I got into this the other day about the fact that the city of Atlanta's last Friday we discussed city Atlantis may be in the actually the Sahara Desert. But we talked about these craters that we see on the earth. You know, there's these deep craters Antarctica has one. There's one in the Indian Ocean. You know, you see them in some of the desert, you say it out west. Okay, here's your question. Did you know that most geologists I think this is the way and if I'm wrong here folks, I know you can't incorrectly. But it's a massive black fault volcanic area around yellow. I mean, like thousands of miles kind of thing around Yellowstone. Have you ever heard of that? I've never heard of that, but that doesn't surprise me in any way whatsoever. I don't think I guess the way I see it is nothing surprises me about what they say about the earth prior to us being here. Right. Like they always, you know, they say like what this part of the country was connected to this part of the South America was attached to this part of whatever I believe all of it. Because I know nothing.

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This Texas City Ranked the Dirtiest in the U.S.

The Doug Collins Podcast

01:19 min | 4 d ago

This Texas City Ranked the Dirtiest in the U.S.

"Is a special day we've made it. We've made it to Friday. Yes, we have made it to Friday. Today is Friday the best of the worst of whatever we want to call it. But we're just going to call it here. It is the fatty finest. The things that we have looked back through the week, and maybe even past week, they were just saying, hey, maybe this deserves a little more attention. Some weeks is interesting. Some weight's not as if someone sounds funny. Some wigs have some sad. This week though, I think James and I, we got a few things we're going to talk about. I mean, we're getting close to the end of football season. We've got a lot of stuff out there. But James, the first one I have to take off with and you now, and again, I'm picking on my texters guy who from New Jersey, and I'll a study recently came out. I don't know how scientific we want to call it, but it was a scientific study. The dirtiest cities in America and Houston, Texas, number one, New Jersey, number two. Do you know anything else on the list or New York City was number 12? New York City's number 12, but there's nothing you can do, but there's too many people for it not to be nervous. I'm surprised in Houston 'cause I've only lived in Dallas for a little over a year now. Barely. And I've never been to Houston. I've only heard good things about Houston. But very surprised that it's arguably the dirtiest city in America.

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Caller: Reminiscing on the Beautiful Song 'Zip-a-Dee-Doo-Dah'

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:22 min | 5 d ago

Caller: Reminiscing on the Beautiful Song 'Zip-a-Dee-Doo-Dah'

"Was so odd yesterday I was thinking about not Joel Chandler Harris, but the man who was in the movie, a Scottish name singing zippy doo die zippy a and I was just thinking about it over and over not knowing what you were going to talk about today and I was thinking about I need to tell my grandchildren about that. They'll never know. They'll never hear that. And I remember seeing the movie as a child and it was this beautiful with those birds lighting on his shoulder and then of course his voice was wonderful. And as I walked for exercise, so as I was walking, I just kept thinking about that and thinking about it. And I just think it's God that brought it to my mind. And then here you are talking about it today, isn't that something? It is, I'm just getting a little chill bumps here listening to you share that Regina. And I think back to that beautiful song and you can't help when you sing the song, you can't help but smile. And for the longest time, when you walked into a Disney theme park, that's the song you would hear when you walked into the theme park, but they banned it because people said the song was racist, and yet they never could explain what made that song racist. Oh, well, it's all just diddly squat, but anyway, we'll pray against it. Yes, we

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Kamala Harris Leaves Out 'Life' From Abortion Speech

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:31 min | Last week

Kamala Harris Leaves Out 'Life' From Abortion Speech

"And then the funny fictional character stands up and leaves out life from the right to life liberty and the pursuit of happiness, okay? This wasn't veep, this isn't a TV show. This is real. A promise we made in the Declaration of Independence. That we are each endowed with the right. To liberty and the pursuit of happiness. She just skipped it. She leaves it out, and you can see it. And you can almost see it in her face. She always got that deer in the headlights look when she speaks because she's awful, and you can see her. She's looking up at the teleprompter, and she doesn't know what to do. She goes, I can't say right to life. At a speech that celebrates death, I'm celebrating abortion here. I can't stand here and say right to life. Liberty and the pursuit of happiness, they're gonna eviscerate me over this. I'll get crucified by the progressions. So I know what I'll do. I'll just skip it. This is, they wouldn't write that in veep. They'd say that was too stupid a plot line. But she did it. That's the woman who's a heartbeat away from the presidency. What a maroon. What the maroon?

FYI, 'The Sopranos' Is Not About a Church Choir

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:21 min | Last week

FYI, 'The Sopranos' Is Not About a Church Choir

"And I'm not proud of this. Some of the shows I like are kind of edgy. Veep is a good example. It's lots of language in it. This is not you know what haunts me. Many years ago, I admitted I watched The Sopranos with Denise and the kids on Sunday nights. On HBO. And a little old lady called me months after I said on air that I like The Sopranos. And she went out and ordered HBO because, well, if Mike likes it, I'm going to watch it and it must be a show about a church choir. The Sopranos is most decidedly not about a church choir. And this poor little old lady called me and she was mortified at the violence at the language, and I just have always been worried about recommending TV shows to you because I don't want some little old lady to watch veep and then be offended by the language because there's some raunchy language in it. It's the funniest TV series ever made. I mean, it's right up there with Arrested Development. That's another one. You want to binge watch funny TV series, again, warning not for children, okay? These are edgy shows. But Arrested Development is just fall down funny.

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Caller: Our Problems Stem From Not Embracing Jesus Christ

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:38 min | Last week

Caller: Our Problems Stem From Not Embracing Jesus Christ

"Well, I totally agree with you. The problems all stem from us not embracing Jesus Christ. We have stripped him from our schools, as you said. But since COVID, we've stripped him from our life. Don't go to church. Go to church. Don't go to church. Remember at the beginning of COVID, go to church, but don't sing. That was the best one. Well, fly with me because I'm a musician and I'm a vocalist. But on my heart and well, let me on that point, phase. If you don't mind, I'd hate to take your time, but I'm going to respond to something because you just talked about COVID and stripping away faith and going to church. I had a friend, Washington state, Broadway actor, very successful Broadway actor. And he was told by his governor, you can go to church during this COVID era, but you can't sing. And he tweeted a very simple thing. I'm sorry, I respectfully will sing to the lord and make a joyful noise. I'm not going to comply. He got fired from his hit Broadway show. Fired. The rest of the cast felt unsafe. Oh my gosh, Chad Kimball wants to sing in church. He lost his job. He sued them since I don't know what the disposition of the lawsuit is, but that's the reaction from people. How dare you say you want to sing in church? You need to be canceled. Goodbye, God. Goodbye singing. Goodbye church.

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Art Piece Reflecting Jesus Christ Covered Following Complaint

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:20 min | Last week

Art Piece Reflecting Jesus Christ Covered Following Complaint

"I saw a story when I got to New York the other day. I almost got back on the plane went flew back. They have a, I forget what building and they have a piece of art that shows Jesus Christ. Derek, can you find that story for me? They have an, it's a historic. I want to say it's the U.S. naval academy or something, but it was here in New York. And it's a historic building. And they have an oil painting on the wall. That features an image of Jesus. Somebody complained. Well, that's it. Take it down. And you know what they've done? I'm not making this up. They literally draped a tarp over the painting to cover up the image of Jesus Christ. Because some miserable miscreant complained about a picture of Jesus Christ in a painting. See, there's such a desperate effort to strip society. Of anything that reflects our nation's judeo Christian beliefs. And that wins out.

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Poll: Both Trump and Ron DeSantis Would Beat Biden in 2024

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:52 min | Last week

Poll: Both Trump and Ron DeSantis Would Beat Biden in 2024

"It seems very early almost premature to talk about the 2024 election. And polls that come out today don't seem to have much bearing on what will happen a year and three quarters from now. They're more of a reflection of what people are thinking now. But there's still illuminating in that regard. They're kind of more of a gauge of the current state of public opinions. Than they are of what will happen the next time around. But in any event, I think it's quite interesting to see that there's a recent poll out Harvard Harris poll that shows that both Trump and desantis would relatively easily beat Biden if the election were held today. So let's take a look. It's survey of 2050 registered voters, pretty good sample. Interestingly, 65% of them said Biden should not run again. And that means that it's obviously not just Republicans. These surveys, in fact, tend to sometimes over represent Democrats, but let's assume it's even, it's even. That's still a substantial number of Democrats who say that Biden should get out. Now, Trump versus Biden 46% for Trump, 41% for Biden, 13% undecided. So fairly decent amount of undecided, but a Trump leading Biden by 5 points. And then if you switch it over to desantis, it's pretty interesting because the margin is actually smaller. Desantis beats Biden 42 to 39. And that's 81. So that's a larger number of undecideds. And the difference between desantis and Biden is only three points.

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Joe Scarborough: Americans Have to Say 'Enough'

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:42 min | Last week

Joe Scarborough: Americans Have to Say 'Enough'

"Iowa yesterday, at a school that I believed he killed three people. Two students were shot dead and a teacher. After our two mass shootings in California today. And so this is this is just this a side news that nobody's going to talk about today. Because we have two mass shootings in California and this is something that was sandwiched between it. And it's coming at such a rapid alarming rate that all of the BS arguments that NRA apologists made ten years ago, 20 years ago, they don't apply anymore, not to middle Americans, not to independence, not to people who don't have a political a political reason to fight this battle. Enough Americans. I've got to be saying enough. Now, again, he's not a dumb guy. What does he mean? Americans have to say enough. Well, I say enough. I say enough to men who stabbed their wives to death, I say enough to girlfriends who poisoned their boyfriends. I say enough to people who run their loved ones over with a car. I say enough to shoplifting, I say enough to looting. I say enough to burning a building down. I say enough to cancer. I say enough to go down the list. There's a lot of bad things in the world. How do you want to fix it? Because the problem is, and the truth is, not everything is fixable.

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Gavin Newsom: Second Amendment Becoming a 'Suicide Pact'

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:58 sec | Last week

Gavin Newsom: Second Amendment Becoming a 'Suicide Pact'

"Don't just complain, give us a solution. Gavin Newsom knows exactly what the problem is. In his warped view, the problem is the U.S. Constitution. I mean, the Second Amendment's becoming a suicide. But there's many people in this country that support herself. In our lawful government. Yeah, I have great respect. I don't know. Ideological opposition is someone. No reasonably in responsibility only firearms are getting background checks and being trained. Wait a minute, you just said the Second Amendment is becoming a suicide pact. And then the reporter says, well, wait a minute. There's people who support the Second Amendment. And he goes, why have great respect for or no opposition to someone reasonably in responsibly having firearms and getting background checks and getting trained? But you obviously have no respect for the Second Amendment, or you wouldn't call it a suicide pact.

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Kamala Harris Cites the Declaration of Independence for Abortion

Mark Levin

01:41 min | Last week

Kamala Harris Cites the Declaration of Independence for Abortion

"You have Kamala Harris Who came to Florida My new home state He gave a speech Promoting abortion Because of the anniversary of roe V wade or something Incites the Declaration of Independence For her inhumane radical cause and leaves out a word that she must leave out You've heard of my show life liberty and Levin She continued the word liberty and happiness but she cut out the word life I want you to listen to this Cut 12 go We collectively believe and know America is a promise America is a promise It is a promise of freedom and liberty Not for some but for all A promise we made in the Declaration of Independence That we are each endowed with the right to liberty and the pursuit of happiness So creator God is excluded And life has excluded I want to think about that

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Poll: Trump Would Beat Both Biden and DeSantis

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:32 min | Last week

Poll: Trump Would Beat Both Biden and DeSantis

"Well, don't look now, but there's a respected poll that just came out, the Harvard caps Harris poll, media won't cover this very much. Not only does Trump win overwhelmingly on the Republican side, he beats all of his challengers combined. Donald Trump, this is an online survey of over 2000 registered voters, 46% would support Trump in a rematch of the 2020 election, 41% favor Biden. Trump or desantis would beat Biden in 2024. Now, who do the Republicans and this incidentally, I don't know if you believe this poll or not. Polls are a funny thing. They have a way of sort of validating how we feel, but a poll can be wrong. But this respected poll says that either Trump or desantis, if the election were held today, beach Joe Biden. Either one of them beat him. But Trump beats desantis by a country mile. Among Republicans, Trump is the clear favorite 48% support him, desantis is in second place with, are you ready for it? 28%. Trump nearly doubles Ron DeSantis level of support.

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Joe Biden's Insurance Policy Is Kamala Harris

The Dan Bongino Show

01:55 min | Last week

Joe Biden's Insurance Policy Is Kamala Harris

"So Biden does have an insurance policy And insurance policy against all of this And I believe it's one of the reasons he named Kamala Harris You know he did say oh I'm going to pick a black female whatever it is but he certainly wasn't obligated to stick to that He did And he gave him cover to pick Kamala Harris and I believe he picked Kamala Harris for the same reason Joe Biden was selected by Barack Obama Nobody And believe me having worked in The White House I have a unique perspective on this It's seeing their personal interactions A lot of them how they work Nobody wants a vice president who's going to overshadow them They just don't So Obama picked Biden thinking oh he's old he's a has been He's not going to run and he'll sit down and shut up Well because Joe Biden is such a moron Joe Biden thought he was the animating figure behind the Obama presidency and decided he was going to run again himself later when he was even older So Joe Biden picked Kamala Harris for a number of reasons She flopped so horrendously in our presidential run not even making it out of Iowa despite all the hype and all the nonsense and the identity politics right So I think he figured well you know the Hippocratic oath that do no harm that she's not going to do a lot of harm in whatever will get some identity politics points from all our leftist Friends And you know it'll all be okay right Well that's not how it worked out He gave Kamala Harris the border I think he did it on purpose to further erode any political credibility knowing that Biden himself wasn't going to do anything about the border making her look worse as the borders are And he's the insurance policy Keeping her Kamala Harris in a position of political weakness which the media is complied with up until now now that they realize they may have to rehabilitate Kamala Harris because if Joe Biden is scandal gets any bigger Kamala Harris is next in line Now the media is on a rehabilitation to it But I believe Biden did a lot of this intentionally

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"c. harris" Discussed on NFL Live

NFL Live

02:23 min | Last month

"c. harris" Discussed on NFL Live

"Plays in NFL history. Let's take a look back. It is 4000 built in the gulf, 22 seconds remaining. I mean, I'm saying, no penalties. I mean, will you guys feel like you've laid it when you're feeling I'm scared, will you feel? We had you. We had you, man. Hang on to your hats. Here come the Steelers out of the huddle. I mean, we try to get

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"c. harris" Discussed on NFL Live

NFL Live

07:43 min | Last month

"c. harris" Discussed on NFL Live

"Leo, we waiting for our offensive. You know what technology there it is. Let's go, man. Let's go. Let's go. Let's go to our first match. Our first match is gonna be Andrew Thomas versus daniil hunter for the Minnesota Vikings, New York Times. Yeah, big match up. This defense got a star playing better in Minnesota, obviously. The pass rush is going to be good, but focus on stopping the run first Minnesota. We know that the Detroit Lions are hot. I think aided Hutchinson belongs to being that defensive rookie of the year conversation with woolen and sauce gardener versus icky a quantum. Hutchison top 5 in the NFL and QB pressure. Come on, right? And we've seen the Carolina Panthers have some success with dorno and offensively and things that they're doing. This will be a huge game and a huge matchup for two young stars. Lane Johnson, I think you're the best rectangle football. This is not to be disrespectful, lane Johnson versus Micah Parsons 'cause I don't think they could win unless you think I saw something where lane Johnson has 900 plus plays without giving up a set. Is that good? 900 plays. I think it's a four season or two or like one and a half. Anyway, Michael Parsons understands perk of all, he got to play more discipline, right? We talk about the greatness of Michael Parsons. This game is going to force you to have gap integrity, keep the outside when you need to keep the outside and use speed around the earth because lane Johnson, you are not running through his chest. I'll respect I know you're hoping. So I'm ready. Absolutely played lights out football for the eagles. He deserves to be up there. And he deserves to be up there because also he's done it on his own, but he also is surrounded by a lot of guys. So tyron Smith hands a fool. You got to help with this outside pressure, and obviously tyron is thought of as one of those big time offensive tackles that the whole entire offense gets better by his presence, but the way that the Philadelphia Eagles are rushing to pass her right now. This job is at a premium more than ever. America, did you think that we put a dolphins offensive lineman as the most important guy Robert hunt? A guard for the Dolph 100%. He's playing really good time. Big time football versus Kenny Clark who showed up. Muddy. Last game against Los Angeles. Well, first of all, they need to start giving big fellas caused interceptions because he absolutely did for baker Murphy. Absolutely. And then, too, like this Miami Dolphins offensive line. Thank God Mike mcdaniel decided, you know what? We gonna lean into this run game a little bit. It helps those guys up front. It helps them pass protection. This will be a tremendous matchup because pressure in the middle of the pocket against tua. A shorter quarterback. Sometimes you got to be very non defensive line 5 matchups for the week. We're here at the big wall a lot today. I like that big wall. I want to get over there. Hey, still to come. The commanders be able to withstand the number one defense in the NFL. We'll find out. We're going to the film room. We're going to tell you why the forty-niners defense may have stars but the scheme is actually the star. We got snapping, but he's not on camera. Swag, give it some move. This Friday, we are going to Pandora. The weight is over. Come on, come on. Avatar. The way of water arrives, experience the motion picture of that of a generation. This family is our fortress. Witness the next chapter of the global phenomena. We must protect the people. From director James Cameron. This is only the beginning. Avatar, the way of water. Brady PG-13 may be inappropriate for children under 13 tickets on seal now, only in theaters Friday. I was here and then I wasn't here. 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Okay, the forty-niners have won. 7 straight games, anchored by their defense, which hasn't allowed more than 17 points in any of those games. It's the third time in franchise history that the forty-niners have allowed 17 or fewer points in 7th straight games than a season and as you might guess. In each of those previous two instances, San Francisco went on to win the Super Bowl, wasn't just that they were in a phase one the whole thing. All right, so we're in the film room. I do too. We should be in here more. We're about to get smarter, y'all. So Marcus, you're going to play the role of professor here. That's where you get your big glasses on today. Teach us something. First of all, let me show you a formal apology. I talked about the opponents that San Francisco played has nothing to do with what you're planning. So let me get to this, man. First of all, I want you guys to watch this motion that comes across, right? This motion from blocking okay. Coming across. And I'm going to stop it here. This right here, once lock and crosses the center's face. Yeah. We'll find it is going to what you call a trigger. Right? They are going to switch jobs. Ward is going to take outside leverage, okay? And this plate now turns into a pressure and a different coverage package that you have over here on the right side. Let me show you guys this again. I'm going to go back. Remember the word trigger. This is U fungo right here. Remember this, this guy right here, who I have spout shadow. Once this motion gets across the center, he has to check photos. All right, see where Tyler Lockett is? Yeah. Now I trigger my responsibility changes. Another guy has my responsibility with Locke and we're moving. And now, in this protection, this offensive tackle is right. This offensive tackle is right right here. Who are going to spy shadow. He is the protection it sliding to the right. I got my center right there. Absolutely. The problem is, the trigger happened and he never saw ufa come up and add an extra rush to this situation. So now you off the edge, Gino has no idea because he believes that protection is set. And you can see here with the offensive tackle. He's like, oh my God. He didn't fed out of love. But if you look at this, it blocking period, all right? Let's do this day and let me do the let me do the count, okay? Yeah. This is one, two, three, four, 5 offensive linemen. You got 5 rushers. Right. Only problem is buffalo head back there and decided to trigger one's Tyler rocket left. And now your protection is still right, but your offensive tackle can't get out there fast enough because you don't see the action on the trigger. They are not the timing. They are not only. And the timing is so important because he had to wait until Lockett cross center's face. That's how we talk about it on defense. There are certain keys when we want to show an unsure on defense. It's a landmarks if you get motion. Don't leave until he crosses behind the center. And now you get home. So not only is this about how well these guys are playing as individuals. This is why the talk about D'amico Ryan's has picked up as far as being a head coach. He's figuring

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"c. harris" Discussed on NFL Live

NFL Live

07:23 min | Last month

"c. harris" Discussed on NFL Live

"It's more of a psychological thing and why I feel good about Philly's defense, not trying to overdo anything, is because this is a veteran laid glue, right? Fletcher crops up front. You talk about Josh sweat. You talk about Hassan Reddick. Guys on the back end with Darius slay and Bradbury. This group is not going to change their identity. They've been experiencing a lot of success. Will they be in more critical situations, possibly if the offense is not operating and moving at a high level. They didn't go crazy scoring last week and they got to the tune of 6 sex. I think this defense will be fine. If you had a group of young guys, you probably would have more of an issue about their approach. But I think the veteran presence on this defense, they are going about their business like they're going to win a Super Bowl. I don't think that changes with miss you coming in. Dan, it is the holiday season. I owe you an apology. That was harsh of me. Just for this. There is a parallel. We apologize now. Well, I am. Just personally, this one time, I'm not doing it again don't ever do it. Okay, take us ahead to Saturday. Can you rush was the starting quarterback the last time these two teams met back in week 6 for the cowboys? Is there anything you could take away from that game though if you're the eagles defense? Unsolicited, what happened in that second half better for Dallas? What did they do offensively better? Brandon the ball. Okay, so not only in that game in the second half did they run the football better, but going back and watching it, there was one very specific formation that they got into that they had a lot of success. And if on Dallas and I'm Kellen Moore, I'm coming out running the ball in this three bio formation a little bit of that extended bunch. We call it oak is at the tight end at the bottom of the screen and they ran basically down the right side of their offensive line and the eagles really struggled to like match it. You know, like there's that three by zero. Why didn't bunt tight end by himself? Everybody's outside the box and I think the thing that showed a lot in this situation was the secondary for the Philadelphia Eagles had to be the guys that were tackling. There it is again, these are all in the second half. There's 6 of them in total. We can only do three on television where they just got in the gun that extended bunch ends the ball up and it was Bradbury having to make a tackle. It was dairy slay having to make a tackle. If you're the cowboys, it's like how many different ways can I get in that formation? Maybe sometimes a line and it's motion to it. And let's see if they fixed it. Let's see if Philadelphia has fixed their alignment and then kind of getting the ball to that unblocked defender. Yo, everything you say is right. I think the most important thing you say is removing guys from the box, right? Yeah. Because you pressure linebackers and you pressure the line to actually play technique instead of taking chances because one guy out of their gap may give up a 20 yard game. Yeah. And I think the Dallas Cowboys, to your point, just this game, but specifically going forward. They need to find a number of advantages in the line of scrimmage, right? We talk about the struggles of deck and the turning the football over. This run game is how they're going to go. I absolutely expect to see this formation. And I wonder how they wonder how they're going to respond. I think they do it out of all their different personnel yes, too. Multiple people. The three by O. I was like, he going to the 3000 for him. You knew that? He had a little, yeah. He was ready with it. That's the one you wanted to do. All right. We watched tape. Let's just talk about more. Hey, big reason why the cowboys lost to the Jaguars Sunday was Jacksonville's defense. The Jags had three sacks in the game and Trayvon walker, their number one overall pick, a part of that defense of dominance, but now to a developing story, okay? Reporting from Adam Schefter to date, you won't see Trayvon walker tomorrow night against the jets. The Jags have ruled walker out due to an ankle injury. So we'll keep an eye on that. And certainly this defense has been great with him and they'll be great potentially without him boys 'cause there's so much that you have to think about when you think about the Jaguars defense. Take it away with a little bit more. Well, I think this deep Jaguar defensive line does one thing. Certainly as good as anybody in the NFL and that's kind of getting off the line of scrimmage and engaging with someone and then changing the gaps, okay? So this first clip I wonder what to pay attention to. I really want Marcus to teach. Now this left defensive tackle. This is where I kind of hear the phrase or know the phrase engaged, right? The cowboys are going to run the football and there's no horizontal. See that engagement right there. That defensive tackle is completely locked in. Talk to everybody at home about that initial strike that initial gauge body defensive tackle. Let me also do this, do the step initially from the defensive tackle. You see this foot that's extended right here. Yes. You're the Lion coach when you go into the meeting room and saying, that's a bad step. Okay. But to your point, the engagement. Okay. And the ability to not panic. Right. That's the most important part of this place. Yeah. He did not panic about it because he's reached in any game in your reach. You're meaning that that's how he's trying to get on base. I was trying to get on his outside shoulder and right here it looks like he's won, but don't panic. And what you're talking about. And this is Marcus for me like first. I want you guys to I want everyone to see this. Like this, that moment there of that press. Yes. Right where they were just locked helmet to helmet. That's what stands out to me as an offensive guy. Their last helmet helmet. And they are no longer that press. We used to in the D line world we used to say misstep get physical. And that's exactly what you're talking about with that press. Now, I can actually play two gaps here, right? Because now I'm my extension allows me to get them away from my body. This inside gap is taken away where I probably shouldn't be initially. But now I still can crawl space if need be because I do have that extension on offensive. So you have that engage then you have that press. Now is this the finding of because you're saying both gaps? Is that where he's trying to find where the ball is going? I guarantee you, after you play this play out, this vision right here forces him not to get impatient. Young defensive linemen, they'll just take that gap and get reached and think that somebody's gonna scrape over. But you see how he turns this ball back in. Right. Now look at this picture right now. Would you rather have this? Yeah. Or would you rather have him take that gap inside and have that lane right now? Right, right. That's exactly what happened. So him finding that that was a big deal. So there's that impression and finding the ball. There's that engaged press and fun. The next thing is we talk about changing the picture all the time in football and we often correlate it to like a secondary with a quarterback right. Shows you cover two and rotated to cover three. So everybody at home, I'm gonna teach you guys a little bit about gaps, right? This is called the a gap between the center and the guard. This is the B gap and that's the sea gap, and then another gap would be the date, right? So this defensive tackles responsible for the a, this skyline vector wise, responsible for that beat. And this defensive end is responsible for the sea gap, right? That's that priest picture that's going on. Now I want everyone to pay attention to the change of the picture that that defensive line is going to show you. What happens is the ball gets snapped as you're going to watch this defensive end, go become the B gap player, excuse me, you go become the B gap player that linebacker is going to scrape over the top to become that seagull. See how hard that is? Absolutely. Do that movement so constantly why? The go back to the beginning. All right? This is gorgeous, by the way. Go back to the beginning, and now when they flip Tony Pollard, right? We are now, we now can exchange gaps because the outside run won't be on us as much. When they put this over here, this detacher over this defensive being triggered. All right, the ball might be going that way. Let me get here earlier. My back is getting screamed. This was not about the back hopping. Hopping has an effect on both of these guys. So they seem to gap on purpose. He

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"c. harris" Discussed on NFL Live

NFL Live

07:56 min | Last month

"c. harris" Discussed on NFL Live

"Last chance for the Steelers. Trying to get away. And his pass is broken up by Tatum. And he's over. Where'd it go? We grabbed him with 5 seconds to go and score. Ricochet out there off of Jack Tatum and into the man of the year Franco Harris has. When you talk about Christmas miracles, here's the miracle of all miracles. Steelers great Franco Harris died Wednesday at the age of 72. The Hall of Fame running back's death comes two days before the 50th anniversary of the immaculate reception that you just saw the iconic play that helped vault the Steelers into one of the NFL's elite franchises and three days before his number 32 was to be retired by the team. Harris won four super bowls with the Steelers. And this hit especially close to home in the Steelers facility where Mike Tomlin reflected on Harris legacy. This organization in this community, the football world, we lost a great one. And Frank O'Hara, and so obviously we're all heartbroken. But we do look forward to honoring him and his legacy this weekend and obviously where our attention needs to be is on the preparation required to put together the type of performance that's fitting of a great man like Franco. I'm gonna advocate of giving people their flowers while they're here and I meant what I said yesterday. You know, I just admire and love the man. And so must be learned from him in terms of how he conducted himself, how he embraced the responsibilities of being Franco. For still a nation for this community, you know, for the Penn State, followers, he embraced it all and did it with such grace and class and patience and time for people. I developed a friendship with him and every time I got to talk to him, he always had a smile on his face. And, you know, you could talk about the player he was on the field. And without him, you know, there is no dynasty. Because, you know, he kind of, you know, was a jumping jumping off point for that group. But then you talk about the men off the field. And to know that the standard was set with guys like him. Franco Harris ran for over 12,000 yards in his career. At the time of his retirement, following the 1984 season, he had the third most rushing yards by any player trailing only a pair of fellow Hall of Famers in Walter Payton and Jim Brown. Reaction poured in throughout the day from steelers grates and NFL legends. I remember Franco as just a wonderful individual. I mean, he was so special because he knew how to welcome you in. He was such a huge figure, but he knew how to just ingratiate himself with you to make you feel comfortable because you know you knew you were talking to a legend, but he was just, he was just so every day he was so kind, generous. I just remember him, my first year in Pittsburgh, and he decided to have lunch with me and I'm saying to myself, you know, who am I? I'm this young running back. And he befriended me and I was just in awe of him. And I actually told him that I was, I was not a still a fan growing up as a kid. And I actually hated him. And he laughed it off, and he said, well, now you gotta love me. And that's when our relationship really took off. He was a special man and I'll never forget him. Frankel for all the superstars, right? And you've met a ton. And we all have. Was about the most humble decent, kind, giving much more than this brute of a running back. He on offense, epitomize the Steelers on defense and the Steelers grip and really the Steelers city, the crunch time, one yard run, 15 yard run, immaculate reception, Franco was always there for the Steelers. Playing for that organization was somebody that, you know, you saw in the hallways every day for four years. With the championships and the accolades and the history and what he embodied as a player to that community and that city and his passing after the 50th anniversary of such a historic play. So there's a lot of people that make an impact in this game. Players and coaches and everybody alike. So I know that he was beloved in that organization and that fan base and certainly will be missed. Woke up this morning with the sad news of the passing of Franco. So many times people say Franco was a legend or a person was a legend. Now frankl is a legend and always will be more than just on the football field too. Such an unbelievable man. Friend. I'm so proud to be able to call him that. Today was a deep blow. Not only to myself personally, but I think to still a nation just because what he epitomized been a stiller's football player, but what he meant to the entire state of Pennsylvania and of course what he meant to the city of Pittsburgh. He's someone that I've idolized as a player, but more than that I idolize as a great human being. And he taught me so much about giving back to the community. And even when we were out, he would always get bombarded with autographs and stuff, but he was always gracious to everyone, took his time to take photos and really just get to shake everyone hand. So as I'm sitting back and watching them, that's who I thrive to be. That's who I want to be. I want to be like uncle Franco. Steelers president art Rooney, the second released a statement, saying, quote, it is difficult to find the appropriate words to describe Franco Harris's impact on the Pittsburgh Steelers, his teammates, and the city of Pittsburgh and steelers nation from his rookie season, which included the immaculate reception through the next 50 years, Franco brought joy to people on and off the field. He never stopped giving back in so many ways. He touched so many and he was loved by so many. Our thoughts and prayers are with his wife, Dana, and his son Doc. And his extended family at this difficult time. They were loving Marcus spears here today. And Dan, I know you were too young to actually watch him play, but his legacy did impact your love for the game. How so? Yeah, I mean, it hit that play the immaculate reception was like one of my first football memories as far as like what football was. You know, that play happened in December 23rd of 72. So shoot two days away from a 50 year anniversary of it, but I was born in 83. So I was ten years old, even after this play happened, but that play was in that grouping of plays for me that when I started to really fall in love with football, I was like, the immaculate reception, then it was the drive without way. It was Dwight Kirk's Dwight Clark's the catch. Doug flutie's Hail Mary, you know, it was like those plays that I remember when I started being a kid of falling in love with football was one of those plays that you just saw so many different times. He's obviously one of the more memorable moments and people that the NFL

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"c. harris" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

03:52 min | 11 months ago

"c. harris" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"Okay, so I want to just touch a little bit more on this Kamala Harris situation and then we'll move on. But in a country that is so wealthy, so sophisticated with so much talent to send someone like Kamala Harris to represent us. I mean, that's how shallow the benches of our government, that's the best offer that we have. And it really kind of shows this trajectory of the west. So we go from Maggie Thatcher, we go from the iron lady to the cackling clown in just two generations. How is that possible? Well, you look and I'm just talking about female leaders here. Let alone the male leaders that were sending abroad, like Tony blinken and Pete Buttigieg, who just physically embody weakness and a tepid nature, not strength or clarity or precision. And it really kind of goes to show you have someone like Maggie Thatcher who was an honorable strong and courageous woman who led the United Kingdom in tandem with Ronald Reagan and did such a phenomenal job protecting western values in western civilization to very quickly almost like in two generations someone like Kamala Harris, who not just as unqualified, but she distinctly should be disqualified from doing this type of work. From the iron lady to the cackling clown. It's the position that the west is in. So I want to play a tape here, so Joe Biden is kind of fighting with himself when it comes to energy. I think more so than almost any other program we have gone into the basics of why energy matters, but how easy it is to take energy for granted that if you do not have access to cheap and reliable energy, then your civilization will start to crumble. And we're flirting with that sort of disaster largely because of the green energy environmentalists that have captured our entire government. Want to listen to this tape right here, cut 72, the president of the American petroleum institute, API, who is slandered and is attacked from every direction by the green energy groups who are very quiet right now if you notice, they're not given a big platform. They kind of put them aside. The same way that they put the BLM groups aside when the mandatory vaccination campaign went forward. Well, I want to go through this clip here. Which is cut 72. The American petroleum institute API president and CEO Mike summers noted that Psaki's claims represent quote a fundamental misunderstanding of how the process works. In fact, it actually might be helpful. The first play cut 71, and then I'll talk a little about that and then we'll play cut 72. Play cut 71, please. That accusation is a complete red herring. And it's really a distraction from the fact that this administration has paused leasing on federal lands. Something that we're concerned about and something that we think needs to continue right away. The fact is that industry is producing at a higher level on existing leases on federal lands than in the last 20 years. And these leases take many years to explore, to develop, and to produce on. The American petroleum institute president and CEO Mike summers noted that Psaki represents a fundamental misunderstanding play cut 72. This represents a fundamental misunderstanding as to how this process works. Once you lease land, there is a whole process that you have to go through. First, you have to actually discover whether actually there is oil and gas in that land. Second of all, you have to get a permit to actually develop that land. Right now, we actually are developing more leases than we have in two decades. So The White House certainly doesn't have their facts straight on this. What they should be focused on is how do we develop more of our resources here in the United States rather than depending on foreign countries for American oil and natural gas..

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"c. harris" Discussed on Uncommon

Uncommon

03:31 min | 1 year ago

"c. harris" Discussed on Uncommon

"Get the phone. Yeah you before about lades of departments and things. Like that i mean. Obviously you have partners in. The firm seems that most typically specialists will focus on a certain area as opposed to. There's obviously partners. Who are things. Like operating officers as well but in particular i'm thinking about someone like brendan who is clearly. The social influences stop Saw at at mechanism. So you in my mind. He's probably one of the smartest people in this space at the moment absolutely leader. What have you learned from brendon. now the specialist. Lock him in bringing them into the fold back to my point of the keeping stars on your team i had i had started working with brennan. He in turn me in. Turn for me when i was at a different age. Which is how we started And then he sort of worked with me for a large chunk of his career and then he started his own social media agency called signal. And i had missed having expertise in.

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"c. harris" Discussed on Uncommon

Uncommon

04:03 min | 1 year ago

"c. harris" Discussed on Uncommon

"Did anything on your own. But it's hot it's really it's really challenging. But you kinda wanna his. You have that hard work gene. You now i can do it like i'm gonna win. I'm gonna start my own and that with mechanism. Having you know other other partners. I just so much more rewarding to do it with other people and you know if you wanna if you wanna go fast go alone of you wanna go far go together. I think that statements are true. Yeah as you just can't sustain it when you do things i mean maybe some. Some people can't but i was. I was in wired that way. Yeah you end up blowing gasket pretty much you really do. Yeah like. I said hardworking. Ethos that you have it. Also maine's the econ- recognize when you're about to blow augusta so it's only when you finally blow the gasket that you realized that it was to thaw has been blown the gasket has been but it's interesting you mentioned the economic thing and my dad Greek families that you've got to do a profession so i did accounting accounting and finance at uni and i think i lost it Couple years until i got back into the media space. Did you work in that field. After yes i was like A saudi bank and finance did an accounting internship fucking high went into saddam. Trading disk space loved that love the environment. The sales environment bought it was so intense. It never ever stop because machen step. Stop like i'll be could be up at six. Am and up until one am because the us open was happening so it was just. It was yeah it was not tenable and then then i got into sort of sales selling services to those people and then i realized because my my now wife and kyw fan of the business was working at pay. Wc and a few independents like tabuchi group. She's a creative director and We started this podcast. we would dislike. Maybe we should selling these subsystem people and sort of from that. That's how it started. That's how started. Yes you know likely you saying before having someone to work with. I could not do what i do without her. And vice versa on sommese. It's just not possible. It's amazing that you guys can work together. I know that's a lot of people. Say that and you guys specialize. You tick talk right. Yeah a lot of i mean. That's how i sound brennan. Brennan channing. Take talk awesome. Yeah like tick talk here is fairly nice and like it is in the us but it's Yeah social and influence. Take talk is i just want to be known as the take tokai over the next going to serve you well. Yeah 'cause it's gaining ground on it's it's quite not stasi like campaign returns. And so that's like you were saying before about just having that thing demetri martin campaign is like you just nailed it. Things going just got through that stage of lost couple of months with an that thing as tick talk because without that you know the so many areas that you can specialize in. I don't know what would have made us different. Otherwise it's hard field to define yourself. You know what i mean. It's totally having that expertise. Everyone needs it you. Yes you intrigued by this episode. If so go to al foot up on the website and A double a. dot com. They're all dot com. Really give you an insight..

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"c. harris" Discussed on Uncommon

Uncommon

03:15 min | 1 year ago

"c. harris" Discussed on Uncommon

"Dc area yet. Politics is like the driving. We'll have fire is. I was just thinking. Affaris facts from the district site maybe like eighteen miles sixty miles while does not far at all. No it's not that far. Wow okay i mean that makes a lot of sense. Along by the the other thing. I did when lasting. Because i love this conversation about do we emulate or go against their parents. My parents were not into into sports. And all right. So when i had kids like my entire weekend is dominated by shepherding. My kids back and forth to sports and or if they're in like a rec league. Something that i could coach. 'cause it's not it's not like a A select league or travel league that have far better coaches that do that for them run. What if there's anything. I can coach. I'm always gonna coach. i'm always gonna. It's like a priority on my weekends is where it's where they. They had no interest like a of times they would go to my vance. They do something else really so terrible parents but it just. I just remember thinking like where my kids are going to be. Don't every game. They're gonna play sports always again. You know they're gonna play more than one sport and i'm like all in on a sunny bad. That is your kids will probably grow up and be like like autumn. Wanna ever have anything to do until they burnt out on sports. My kids don't play sports. Yeah so what do like yoki. It's obviously play soccer. You mentioned what else do. I play baseball. Okay baseball's begin neo-nazi on track. Okay in any particular is baseball big there. I know it's obviously like australian rules. And then there's cricket and rugby is is there also is baseball. Have any popularity there. It's dead us. Sports like where our religion here in australia is. So if you can't consume i fell if you consume cricket will soccer or rugby. You're watching some other sort of sport and because everyone's got the cable here centrally and al system is foxtel. Which is you know former fox system. Basically watch everything so you've got. Espn you've got everything. So if i would to rank it. I would say it's basketball. Probably you'll your football. What does the nfl then a hard split one between baseball and hockey like one of those creeper sports a hockey rink round the corner for me growing up there was quite big but i definitely think bosc bowl is the number one sport here by far the so..

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"c. harris" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

Piecing It Together Podcast

03:23 min | 1 year ago

"c. harris" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

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"c. harris" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

Piecing It Together Podcast

07:33 min | 1 year ago

"c. harris" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

"She said oh. This is a white people yeah. She's great on facebook. i follow her. she's funny she's so funny last. Let's see here. i'll go to another piece. This is kind of a weird piece but Every once in a while. I will throw a song into the mix as possible puzzle piece. Probably not really i to me. It connects in a good way. I'm gonna go with nine inch nails song. Piggy specifically because some of the lyrics here. Nothing can stop me now. Because i don't care anymore and hey pig. Nothing's turning out the way i plan. There's a lot of things. I hope you could help me understand. I feel like there's lyrics in this song. Aside from just the title that kind of capture the main character His his kind of head space and where he's at in kind of retreating from his world and going to live in the forest with his pig and just kind of live out the rest of his days not carrying a pet anything else. And i it just feels like it kind of captures that same feeling as the film is going for. I don't know the song i mean. I've seen nine inch as i'm not a big fan but i'll take your word on it also about that springsteen cover in effecting absolutely. I figured you'd like that ending. Yeah i did like that I i think that was more for the emotional resonance than the actual. You know Literal sure you know can meaning whatever it was. I only have one more piece day. Okay and i. I wanted to put one more food movie in there. And there's a scene where robin feld is kind of teaching his co. or how to cook and it very much reminded me of rat-a-tat to the joy of cooking and how important in the meal is and then when they serve the dad the person they're serving the food memory and how emotional makes him very much ratu. We sure yeah absolutely. I only have one more piece to we kind of sort of mentioned earlier point blank. But of course payback movie that we've talked about a bunch lately especially because of that point blank episode but yeah i mean the way they talk about nicholas cage character robin almost like. He's a ghost that died a long time ago and no one's seen him in forever in the way his journey is just so you know one track minded. These are things we've talked about the way he has to go from one guy to the next guy the next guy to find out where he needs to go next. A lot of it is similar to both point blank and payback and payback. Back my last puzzle piece. Cool spare one of the better movies out this year absolutely well. Let's do finish puzzle here and we'll get into some closing thoughts. We talked about first. Kau john wick fight club the rover big night portland. Yeah the trip. you're never really hear. Leave no trace nine snails piggy. Read a tui and pay back. Yeah it is definitely one of the best movies this year. I'm sure it will find. Its way into a lot of people's top ten lists and it's just so great to see nicholas cage chewing into a role that that feels like. There's something there for him. Look i've never seen a nicholas cage preview in the last few years where i'm like boring right. Great careers definitely. Been plenty of previews where you're like. Wow that is gonna be a huge disaster film right but again. He's taking these huge swings and when he can accidents like is really the ball out of the park. And i think he's a bit you know he went from like kind of this like Jokey lake people like him as a joke to like. Now they're like oh no wait a second. He's still doing some stuff out there absolutely. He's got that one coming up soon. trying to find the name of unbearable. Something of something I want my. That's not just keep doing nicholas cage impressions of i look the unbearable way of massive talent where he's playing himself. There's like an obsessive fan trying to a like connect with them or something and he's himself and he's it's gonna be this weird meta thing. I'm just when. I love stuff. I it's going to be really cool but i'm wondering what's your take on. There's a take going around amongst film fans that this movie also is kind of a meta take replacing food for movies and nicholas cage is a producer on the film kind of Using this movie as a way saying like you know i can. I can still do this. Hollywood makes the kind of movies you talked about that quote earlier about how he doesn't even know if he'd be able to do a hollywood movie anymore. Hollywood is making different kinds of movies now. But there's still a little chunks to take a bite out of here and what do you think about this as a statement on that. I think that's absolute horse shit and it's looking way too deep into something that's not there and also totally unnecessary because you can just watch the movie and see you can still do this and we know he can still do this. Absolutely why would he be producer. May because it's a first time director who needs help getting the movie. Maybe i don't know so. I think look yes he can still do this yes. It's good that he's out there. Making independent movies yes. It's good that there's an audience to watch them. Why do we have to go deeper than that. That's fair fan. Theories can be fun sometimes but Not in this case all. I think that doesn't for pig. Is there another movie you saw lead to recommend. I've just been catching up on I've never watched it. I've been watching the tv show. Fargo do you watch do you watch fargo. Or i've watched seasons two and three. I missed the first one. I still haven't gotten to the fourth one just finished the first one. You gotta go. i know i. it's on my list. I love to three. I know a lot of people didn't like three. I love three. Yeah it's a great show. I also watched woodstock ninety nine documentary about all the dushi white. I heard it's stocking bomber but yeah worth watching. Were you part of that. Scene dave beyond. No you weren't part of biscuit dude or whatnot. It just reiterates. How horrible new metal will always be and just like what a dark day for the world. It was when lim biscuit was kind on top of the charts. Because if you look at it was like him and britney spears and christina aguilera in sink in like it was no soul to any of. that's not at. Aw yeah i wanna watch it though. It sounds like would be a nice trip down memory lane to how awful everything was. Oh man Is it's infuriating all right. Well jason what do you tell people they could find you and podcast and everything like i said facebook instagram. Jason harris comedy twitter. Jay harris comedy obviously awesome movie year. we are finishing nineteen sixty seven as mentioned here. And we're already planning our next two seasons which are gonna be really awesome season so hopefully listen. Dave produces that and he does a very good job. You food and loathing. We mentioned the new food. Podcasts also available wherever podcasts are found and if you just search awesome movie year or food and loading on any of the socials you'll find. Were at sounds good. We'll.

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"c. harris" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

Piecing It Together Podcast

07:12 min | 1 year ago

"c. harris" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

"Comparison here. I think that's cool. Dave and you know again like sometimes you look at a character in your like is a two one dimensional but the fact that like he is so one tracked about his intention here and you know we've actually talked about this on awesome movie or a lot in our nineteen sixty seven season with Josh's pick belle are our coast with with with point blank which is like. Hey this is mine. I want what's mine. I don't care about the rest and it's really you know. There are definitely confrontations where Robin feld is facing off against an adversary in this film where they're like well This plus this. And i'm we'd end up doing this for this person who's like i don't care i just want my pig i right. That's it just so big right. And i think you're right that that kind of laser focus really enhance the film on this one absolutely so he got for your next piece all right well. The opening sequence is robin feld making this Mushroom tarred in the wild right his woodsy cabin and It just made me think of like what are the great food movies out there. i mean obviously. I think you want to talk about as influential as john wick is. I would say in the documentary space. Jiro dreams of sushi has had just as influential in the last ten years. Right sure but i went with one that maybe people haven't seen that's one of the best food movies ever made big night stanley tucci. Oliver platt Highly highly. Recommend this. And i remember not just a great soundtrack a great story but like i said oliver platt. But it's it's what's he might be in it but it's tony who played monk. Tony shalhoub. yeah there you go oliver platt in that movie too. I don't remember might don't think so. He's a good actor yes he is. I like him. i like him anyway. Anyway tony shalhoub stanley tucci. Who now has his own food. Joe that you could say has been influenced by gerard of course board but what i love about. Big night wasn't just the story and the soundtrack but the way they showcased the food and how much it meant and how deep those routes went with it. And i feel like that definitely connected to this. Yeah absolutely. I've never seen big night but definitely as far as food movies go. This belongs in that conversation with like some of the best ones. I for me a puzzle piece that i thought of just the way especially that one senior brought up skewering that self seriousness of that food scene and especially the portland film scene food seeing. I thought of portland you. The just the way that it kind of skewers that that whole scene and that whole industry and there's at least a few sketches in the In the run-up portland that deal with restaurants. And that whole that whole world and yet i think of that dish that comes right before that whole scene with cage and Excellent seed it's like. I don't what the food was but like involved acorn smoke in it or whatever it is just like what are you doing. How far away have you gotten from actual food at this point. Acorn smoke dave as food writer could make sense. What doesn't make sense. As i think he used it with the deconstructed scallop. Okay instead you and want to use it with something like a pig. That eats acorns reinforcing the natural flavors of what the animal is eating. But anyway see. That's why you need to be on this episode. Because i would not have known thing like that. Yeah i mean you know. If you look at like homeowners bureauc- oh you know the famous hams of spain percents cornfed It's for texture purposes. But you could see like if you if you serve that. Under a veil of a close of acorns smoke might reinforce. Wow there you go so you would. You would appreciate some of those meals that are happening up there. I mean i look. I was lost in portland for in two thousand nineteen for a film festival that you worked on with me for the film. Refunder look in a brooke. Thunder look back tomorrow. Is that what. It's called rick thunder for short. I skip the festival. And i performed comedy and went to a bunch of great restaurants and i have great love for the portland food. Because there's a real mix of like cutting edge modern stuff and then real like kind of like cheaper and like Homestyle ethnic food. But i wonder if that's still up there because after the pandemic and all the riots and everything up there and the fires like i heard that food pod seen is like almost not existent anymore. Which is a real bummer. Because it brought so much to that scene right yeah anyway food nerds stuff but also david. Anyone is going to portland in. Wants a restaurant. Recommendation just Hit me up on any of the socials. Jason harris comedy or jay harris comedy awesome. Well what do you got your next piece all right. let's see dave. Did that one did that when i did. Oh speaking of awesome movie your dame we're in the middle of the nineteen sixty seven and and we are. We just recorded an episode. That's not out yet on our future called classic. Which is the trip. Rented by. Roger cormon with peter fonda bruce dern Susan strasberg dennis hopper right and it's all about a man who takes an acid trip for the first time and takes as it goes on a trip like goes through the city in this really weird journey and there's one of the most effective scenes in it is. It's wild it's wild it's wild and then he ends up in this family's home and he just starts talking to this little girl about You know juice and milk and everything. It's very innocent and you know obviously kind of scary right okay. Why would you wanna random drifter in your home talking to a child. What in this movie robin feld. Who looks like he's definitely a drifter right. It goes back to where he used to live and he talks to the little boy. Who's living there now about a persimmon tree and it just felt like almost mirrored to me how that worked sure. Yeah i hadn't thought of that but you're absolutely right. This whole journey through the city and then it just slows down to that very strange scene with a kid. That's a really good comparison. They're one of the strengths of this film is the ebbs and flows and the different places. It takes you so my only real criticism of this movie. Is that as a as a message to you. All watching it. It is literally very dark. Seem like it's literally dr to the point. Where sometimes i'm looking at the picture and i'm like am i supposed to be able to see expressions on their faces because i cannot right now because how dark this shot i get the gloom and you know overall malays of the film that i just thought it was a you know. Maybe maybe lighten up..

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"c. harris" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"c. harris" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Harris Perry in pretend Xena Vega and Welcome to the takeaways. Fourth of July special. To begin. We're going to revisit a conversation I had about wealth disparities between white and black families in this country. Take a listen. Here's something you might not know when I'm not guest hosting the takeaway during summer break. I'm busy at my day job as a college professor, And today we are in building my professor real impulses by starting with Pop quiz. I promise. Just three questions. Are you ready? Okay. Now the first question is multiple choice. For every $1 of wealth held by a typical white family about how much wealth is held by a typical black family. Is it a 70 cents to the dollar B 50 cents to the dollar, or C 12 cents to the dollar. Got your answer. Okay. Now, here's the next question. True or false. Getting a college degree is the best way for black and Latin next families to close the racial wealth gap. All right, Stick with me. We're almost done. The last question is also multiple choice based on extensive research, which of these public policies would be the most effective tool for narrowing racial wealth gaps? Is it a tax incentives to promote marriage be to increase the mortgage interest deduction for homeowners see increase the minimum wage or D baby bonds. Pencils down everyone and with me.

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"c. harris" Discussed on thebuzzr pod

thebuzzr pod

05:55 min | 1 year ago

"c. harris" Discussed on thebuzzr pod

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"c. harris" Discussed on thebuzzr pod

thebuzzr pod

05:01 min | 1 year ago

"c. harris" Discussed on thebuzzr pod

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"c. harris" Discussed on thebuzzr pod

thebuzzr pod

08:23 min | 1 year ago

"c. harris" Discussed on thebuzzr pod

"Of here within a year and i did but i totally think it depends on the artist as to whether or not i would say yes. I wouldn't do it. Just because i want to be in stadiums or i don't know i just have certain experiences i really value my quality of life and i want to work with people where i really believe in the music and i like to around the person i work with but i know other artists. That would say oh. Yeah absolutely if so and so asked me to sing. I would just do it. I hope i'm not that not that simple or that comes into those qualities. Come through in in your music honestly really do so you call yourself folk and roll. That's right. I've never heard that. Explain it yes. So i mean i feel like a lot of what i did especially In austin with the seven p span. Is i consider myself a folk singer. Because i'm very open about my political beliefs. I love woody guthrie one of my heroes my i feel steeped in like the full songwriting tradition in using your music music to be more than just entertainment but to bring people together and I'm happy to play at political events. Like i really consider myself a folk singer but it's rock and roll when it's with the band then i really like rock and roll imagery you know skulls and black and the stuff that the metal guys would use a or tom. Petty was just funny. I guess if tom petty came out now that he'd be rock and roll. or would he be vulcan. Roller would be like americana. I don't don't know you know. Of course it was rock and roll when he came out. But but so i love the. I also love the rock and roll spirit. I just feel like both so fokin. Role became the way that i used to to describe what i do. So who in rock and roll influenced you rogue one. Tom petty for sure. Linda ronstadt yellow. My gosh yeah. Absolutely linda ronstadt. What a what a powerful presence. Mac to i. I consider fleetwood mac rock and roll. That was a big part of my life. I liked bad bad religion that recipe for hate record. That came out a while ago. I'm sure there's more i could. I could think of early early. Two thousands kind of alternative rock. I loved a lot of that stuff. Yeah well as an activist. What was your thoughts on rage against the machine. You know. I should know more about rage against the machine than i do. I know tom. Morello is a supreme bad ass. I mean talk about someone that's used his voice for for good. I was mean. I was born in one thousand nine hundred ninety so you know. I do think it's funny when people It seems like within the last couple of years or just now made aware that there are political band are them funding. I saw somebody posted tweet. Which i thought was great. Which is what machine did you think they were raging against like fair question fair question the next were gonna listen to snow white knuckles That's about addiction. Yeah it is our or our surpri sobriety. Well i guess both I wrote that song about four months into my. I guess i would say i. I try to get sober several times. But this was when. I really gave it a shot and i had After my second arrest. And i don't know how i was able to. I don't really have a strong memory of writing this other than i remember. I was at the medical office. The doctor i worked for had it loves music and had a bunch of guitars in the office. And i remember staying. Had this idea. And i remember staying late and writing it on one of his guitars and then playing at scottsville brunch which was hosted by john d graham and scrappy jan nukem jeff plankton horn In seila and it was hosted at the time at this place Since shutdown called strange brew which was a twenty four hour coffee shop on one side across from the community college and the on one side. It was a music venue where sometimes they would have shows from ten o'clock in the morning till ten o'clock at night and it was pretty close to a recovery. Hang so i would. Just i i would spend all day. They're drinking coffee and listening to music and one of my favorite things was as gospel brunch. Did they had on sunday and it was a fundraiser for the food bank and they would often invite artists to come up and play a song if they saw him in the audience which there is. You never knew who you're going to see in the audience like chuck profit would show up during south by southwest. Ray bonneville a really cool folks can russell had mentioned earlier So they started inviting me up to sing harmonies or to play a song and this was the song i started playing at the gospel brunch. And it really kind of connected me to the audience. That i felt like i was looking for an austin when i first moved there but couldn't find like i knew that there are fans of patty griffin and nanci griffith and townes van zandt. I just didn't know where they were. And i was kind of in a little bit of a hipster scene which i knew i was like. I'm not cool. I'm i'm a total nerd dork. You know the hipster kids are never going to see me as cool. So where are the folks that are ended this type of music and it turns out that you know. Of course the cactus cafe but strange brew another one of those places and that really led to my band forming may being able to sell tickets to a show where people were coming. That were just my friends. It feels like that was a shift and of course it was aligned with my sobriety as well. I love the lyrics. Never thought i could be free agent since a lot not just snow white knuckles at he. 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"c. harris" Discussed on thebuzzr pod

thebuzzr pod

07:49 min | 1 year ago

"c. harris" Discussed on thebuzzr pod

"Well now that you've told me a bit about what was behind the song. The video that you did in the black and white comic was a tv in the darkness coming over the tv. It all makes sense. I'll make sense a great video. Thank you that was done by a guy. No-name benjamin violet. Who's extremely talented in One thing i really like about whether it's hiring a graphic designer or a a musician i liked to give them just the tiniest bit of inspiration ideas like this is kind of where my brain is going and then let them completely wrong with that because the reason i hire them is because i like what they do and i i was shocked at how accurate that video was damning down to the point where i mean benjamin's never seen me in my underwear and my bra and like that's exactly what i look like totally blew blew my mind but i do know that benjamin is aligned with wanting wanting to create a bigger discussion about mental health in an in the united states in and he also deals with depression so he knows what it's like to be in that space which is another reason. I thought he was perfect for that video. So both albums are are are they about your personal struggles of addiction recovery mental health. I think so. I mean before me went into make red rescue. I played for eighteen years without ever putting out a record. And so before. I made that record. I got together with the producer cross and he was like just give me everything. And i've been playing really regularly with the band and we had you know a bunch of songs that made it that i sent him that. We've been playing regularly at a residency. We had but it was interesting. At the time. I remember going like I feel i feel weird that the song is that gonna be on the record and then it turns out he was right. His his perspective was right. I still think you know i. I love records that are intended to be listened to from beginning to end that. Tell a story. I know i live in a time. Now where it's definitely about the single Barrages not the way. I i wanna make records. That's what i like to consume. And that's the goal. And i think craig was able to see even more than i was the story that evolved out of these songs. Now just definitely great actually a lot of artists who've been doing a single route but an this is an honest comment last night. I was thinking the last three yards. That i spoke to know for us. And they're doing great things like you are. Are all going the album brute this year. Wow interesting maybe it's gonna come back ever know so you had a incredible view and immediately toured. What was it like all of a sudden being in the limelight. Like that touring with that. Does that trigger something. I mean it was incredibly exciting in a lot of ways because i grew up in a relatively small town in texas. And there's so much of the world in waco. Yeah there's so much of a word wacko owes right. I mean glacier. Shaver had this great. You know wacko from Wake that didn't have a k. in okay waco texas. It's all good. Yeah it's it's usually famous for a lot of very negative reasons. But there's a couple named chip and joanna who've come in and completely Kind of redone it and given it Some shine which is great. But yeah. I mean there's so much of the world i hadn't seen. I always had this feeling even when i was young that my relationship with music was going to open a portal that would allow me to see the world to meet people that i would never have met if it wasn't for music so all of a sudden i mean within your you know. My one of my major dreams was to be able to sing with emmylou harris that happened. You know i We hung out with carlene carter and she was fantastic. I got to sing a woody. Guthrie song with billy bragg. I mean all this crazy stuff happening. It was honestly just because i was there. I think it's woody. Allen says he you know ninety eight percent of life is just showing up so that you know seeing the world was exciting and i love being in a supportive role i love seeing harmonies and i got to do that every night with mary. What was scary for me was relearning or maybe for the first time learning how to build a set as an opening. Act when you walk in and pretty much. There's a lot of difference right. These people either don't know you're going to be there or they do know you're going to be there but they just wanna see the main act they came for it also depended on where we were in the world like in some countries. They felt like oh. This is great. You know. I get to discover a new artist and other countries. It was more like you're taking up the time that i should be listening to marry. And so there was kind of a resistance. That i had a breakthrough and for me banter is very difficult. And that's why. I love playing with the band because we kinda go from one song to the next coach you know. Let's all clap for the fiddle player. I mean something great. I create a lot of energy with the sound. I had to create a story with my speaking words in between the songs and that was so challenging for me and i felt that i was just struggling so much that i did end up in quite a serious depression in near breakdown. When we were in the netherlands and mary and michaela the violin viola player said. We'll just sing with you on stage. We'll figure out a song that we can play together and that way if the audience sees that we're supporting you maybe it'll help and it did. And that's why. I gave me a lot more confidence. Yeah that's the main background vocals is something you really love to do. It's my favorite thing to do. I prefer it to being a even really. Yeah i love being a supportive role in using my voice in ways that i would never put into my own writing or at least i have it so far and i i just love being part of a team i saw i saw on your website. You've done backgrounds for quite a few artists. Is it something that you're open to if an artist would contact your with an interest. Oh absolutely yeah. I mean right. Now i'm working on making my second full length record and so i you know. I'm obviously going to see where that takes me. But mary was asking me this the other day. She was like how you know. What is your ambition like. Like how come you if you got asked to sing with blah blah blah. Would you do that and it really depends on the music. It depends on the music and it depends on the person. Actually one of the things that catapulted me into quitting my day job was i got called by an artist named kevin russell. He was in the boards. Now he's in a great band called shiny risk which has as always had some some of the best vocalist As background singers. And you dance. It's a really fun. Gig and i love all those people and someone left the band and he asked me if i would be interested in being in the band but i couldn't because i had the day job and that was the catalyst the made me go. I knew i was going to have to say notice something that was going to inspire me to quit the job and that was at the invitation to be in that band and with figure out how to get out.

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"c. harris" Discussed on thebuzzr pod

thebuzzr pod

13:38 min | 1 year ago

"c. harris" Discussed on thebuzzr pod

"Wow be so good. They have to notice you. What's our buzz. Dot com on the banks of the greater river. High above the alert gorge this is the buzzer podcast. Indie music new releases. Industry insiders out of the box conversations with guests from the north from the west coast to the east coast to cross upon an from down under and now here shame. Hey y'all i'm shay. This is the honor india. Show welcome and enjoy up so fifty first music history facts from june. The first david bowie releases self entitled debut studio album in nineteen sixty seven. They released two singles from the album. Rubberband and the laughing gnome. The failure caused bowie his record contract with duran records. Who dropped in april nineteen sixty eight. We meet two thousand and eighteen grammy nominee jamie harris today. Her debut album red rescue was one of the top american albums that year. The congress has sessions sophomore album released january and incredible release and a stripped down version of red rescue. Jamie has earns a moniker. The next queen of american afo by many industry watchers we chat about everything and anything on the show former music life experience as women immu- set in prison reform and chai..