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"david harbor" Discussed on Debate This!
"Because they were going to arbiter and then she wears the vest which is obviously the same person. I don't wanna. I don't wanna do that. The only other thing. I want to add here is that i'm pretty much in agreement with matt. I think we get ewelina beluga back absolutely in my dreams. We get a red guardian short run of the winter guard. But they don't do disney plus shows for no reason they always have something that comes of it and so i- unless there's a reason for the winter guard to get together that that leads to a new enemy or something. We're not gonna see that. And i think the only way we see anything further with taskmaster is if it looked like she left her home. It on the battlefield. In general ross shows up to the battlefield that everyone has vacated and so i could see potentially in a world where he takes whatever recording technology was in that and like he makes a new taskmaster. We'll talk more about taskmaster in a hot second But i we don't need to talk about it but i had a bullet point here listeners. That you should know about where we specifically going to talk about the red guardian. 'cause i thought he was one hundred percent going to die here in this movie and he didn't I don't think we need to talk more about red guardian but at this point. We all want david harbour. We're going to tweet at marvel. Give us more. David harbors red guardian because all of his lake old war stories that were obviously not real when he says to to black widow like does he talk about me. Does he ever tell you david. David harbors like war. Stories are gonna get the same treatment that like louise's retelling of events from ant man. Everyone is going to be like. Wouldn't it be hilarious if david harbour shows up and and blah blah blah and. It's like no. That would actually be terrible. Because you're not a movie writer. But but your heart's in the place like that'll be the bit online for the next year and a half. But i mean i mean isn't it. Isn't it like fairly likely that we could see a show. That's just like the adventures of red guardian. I think it would be. I could see them doing like a cartoon but again like if they i. It just doesn't seem like disney pluses putting out show unless they just want like pump more money into the engine which they could They don't seem to do shows that don't have a purpose like it adds context it. Prepare something new counterpoint. Talking in the winter soldier that that that was so that was the second time we got to see val that gave us. If being an asshole. I i can definitely see like red guardian popping into the shows the deep lush shows as a like again. Just that like old contact. That's that knows where they need to go in russia or like they get a little bit of david arbor. David harbour gets to cash a check and then like he's gone like i can see him popping in for fun.
"david harbor" Discussed on Debate This!
"Side because like we're gonna get thunderbolts eventually. And whether it's william hurt or like some other skin bag we're going to get secretary like i. I don't think we ever see molina again. Which honestly fine. I would agree with her. I think drake off is actually dead. Dead dead the. I'm just going off the characters you have here like Mason was fine. Like every every james bond needs the hawaiian shirt guy who lives in cuba. Who can get him a plane this weekend. It's like that's a it's a trope. That's we was if i may quickly though i could see rick mason coming back as like a colson kind of figure. Only because like that casting so i. I'm going to butcher this fake. He's a pretty big. I mean he's the he's a supporting character in handmaid's tale. Yeah that's and. I thought he was really. I think he did a really good job with that character. There's not much there. I could see him coming back as like a size q. Shale yeah exactly well and it's worth saying they can't. If you'd have asked me a month ago i would have told you that. There's a fifty percent chance that mason was taskmaster because they kept. Ot's character on the down low. They didn't talk about him. You didn't see him doing anything because they were trying to keep taskmasters identity secret and i think that that was intentional to try and make you think that ot could end up being you know mason slash taskmaster which obviously didn't happen. But i i would agree like maybe a chance but yeah keep keep going matt. Yeah i i don't think we get taskmaster again. I really don't a thank. That taskmaster was a very crossbones level. We just needed a disposable villain to kick some ass and lake. She did kick some ass and it was real. I really enjoyed the taskmasters scenes but like the way that her character ended in. This movie i think is just like a. she's done. I think she was only being driven to be taskmaster by her father's control. And i think that that's over and then i really hope we get back. We found a lot like all of your richter's was a big get. And i was really surprised that we got him for one. Ten second bit his arm and called it a day I was really surprised by that. So my my hot take is we only get. You'll aimable over back with the exclusion of secretary of state general. Ross the two that. I really hope we get back. Our david harbour and ursa. I don't know that we do but it would be nice And kind of the reason that..
Steven Soderbergh's 'No Sudden Move' to Premiere at Tribeca Film Festival
"There's a new steven soderbergh movie coming out. Oh really just assumed. There's one every month now. Accurate that is fair but i reference of course there in the question out of sight still my favorite steven soderbergh movie. And there's a reason for it. Soderbergh himself said when asked about making this movie. No sudden move which is a heist movie. The last time. I shot a movie in detroit with a great script and a great cast. Things worked out. Pretty well yeah. He made a masterpiece. This one though. Unlike out of sight is a period piece it said back in nineteen fifty five and is about a group of small time criminals who are hired to steal the documents. Seems like it's simple josh. I don't know if you've heard this before it's a heist that seems like it'll be simple And then something goes off if you want to make a move proposition for you. It's never your fault. is it offensive. Do you think i was skiing. I'm sure there's going to be some interesting socio political elements to the movie being set in detroit in the mid fifty s. A time where you know. Some of the big auto plants are starting to close. You've got this growing class and racial divide. So it's gonna be a grittier piece. It is going to be more akin to something like out of sight. Or even maybe kind of the limy versus the breezy flash of something like ocean's eleven but the cast just like with ocean's eleven is also a big big reason to see this movie and i guess clooney jack fully himself danny ocean himself was originally set to star and had to back out due to the pandemic but listen to this cast even without clooney. Don cheadle benicio del toro. Amy siamese jon hamm david harbour ray liotta karen culkin julia fox brendon. Frazier bill duke. And supposedly matt
"david harbor" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long
"Cathartic and last week. People decided to protest the monarchy. So we all went out on our balcony and banged pots and pans. Attach audio samples. Both really incredible good. It's there's something really beautiful about that. And that is one of those effects that I think one of the few positive effects that this has had. It's just bring people together and the the idea that we're all experiencing this this crisis collectively. That is really beautiful. Thanks again for keeping up with the PODCAST and hope you stay well and keep gramma. Jody safe she's a national treasure. Hannah my favorite name Charleston national treasure. She is Yeah it's crazy that somebody this really wonderful person in Spain knows kind of knows what family. Yeah that's really cool Thanks Hannah and and Got A really hope. You guys are staying safe them. It's so inspiring to read about how people are responding to this where you are Thank you for for writing that and sharing with us and thanks. So much to your housemate's I can't imagine what it must be like to healthcare worker right now and Heroes Heroes the danger that they're putting themselves in so Huge huge thank you to all of you Who are working Right now and who don't have the luxury of being able to quarantine Like we do so. Thank you and thank you for listening and thank you to David Harbor for being yes awesome. Dorothy yes S. and really smart thoughtful hard Greg. I guess really like him and I can't wait to watch him on. I can't wait to bench him on. Can you bench an actor yeah? I've never heard that expression. Maybe seems a little weird. It seems a little creepy binging attribution actor. I'd like to see David Stocker. I'd like him to do. I hope he does comedy soon He'd be funny. It'd be fun to do like a buddy comedy like a two hander. With him like if he was twins or something he's really funny anyway Hope you guys found that enjoyable terrible. We'll see you guys next week. See since stay safe and healthy and happy could be a dream life. Good injury did life shortest hosted by me Justin Long. It's produced by Christian long and Megan Monaco senior producer. Michelle Mich- Lands Audio Engineer is Sergio in Necas. Executive producers are Marsha Louis and our non Lopez for wondering in your record that yeah another off-duty in other off-duty Mugger Scenario WHERE OFF DUTY. Megara walking by Chris and I were talking about. Why The new star wars movies aren't as good as the old ones that's because I was paying and you can get a different different characters in the cool creatures in the new and the old ones I empire you got both fat and you got Yoda and then return you the toolkit Java and all the cool goes off duty muggy it would just be like shit all right well and then. I'm I'm like the clock. Yeah and then I'm off and I'll give myself an extra whatever. Oh helpless to get away. Oh Yeah and incredibly so I couldn't. I just be like somebody came to. Mug Me now. And just the easiest Malia side like I joke with them I would have the very. I'd start laughing. I might start laughing difficult so that you're freaked out any that's the easiest month every replied efficient and we were like looking away. We expires the whole thing. I would do that I I would be like. That'd be scared. By the way we hardly jump out of my chest I imagine happening to. My door is not locked notice..
"david harbor" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long
"I was just for some reason watching that clip from the big Lebowski when he says real and also cry. Are you surprised by tears. Mister Lebowski. Yeah Yeah reminds you that yeah yeah You believe I couldn't believe it similarly nerdy you guys are. I'm surprised that it took like an hour into the interview. Where you got you realize this amazing connection you had about frogs. Isn't that crazy so excited? I was surprised because also can judging a book by its cover. He just seems like such a strapping outdoorsy. Study Guy who would never be to me like but then frogs is like an outdoorsy kind of thing if you're into frogs but he's like a collector he's like he's got a whole other level. I like frogs. Lots died love the sound of frogs. I was taking a walk yesterday. And you did say you like spring peepers and I hadn't heard that auto that and like I stole your answer from the other day. Oh yeah spring peepers. I know you said that but now it feels like it's gonNA sound like that. Maybe I was very honest that he admitted that he When he was talking about woody rather be called unattractive or unfunny And I really respected the fact that he i. I want people to think I'm good looking. Yeah Yeah it's hard to admit that it is it is and it may have to do with again. I'm sure it has everything to do with his how he was as a child kid. You know maybe he wasn't or didn't think of himself as a good looking. I kid you know and yeah that was. It was really honest of him. He's Dorothy that he and he knows it. Your Real Dorothy David Harbour. Not You would say that's anyone's ever said that sentence about themselves real. Dorothy is like maybe someone named Dorothy. It's also sounds a little bit. I think Dorothy Vase. I was thinking clueless. Oh clueless wait. A pejorative term for sexual. Is that what that means? I think so I think so Is really nothing give another? Oh maybe you're right. I might be wrong. I'm a dandy. No Dorothy Oh God hold on wait. Can you pause now? I just want to check. No I also want to check out who played the big lebowski killing cares. I think if people care they can easily google it right now. It's true what about you? Yes yes psychologically this weird I have that in me. I have to know that I'm right or some. It's what is the EGO. I don't want to say what what is IT I. I'm saying I speculate because I don't know I don't WanNa time. It's hard for me to stop thinking about it. It's obsessive well obsessive. Show all right Dorothy. Dorothy you can watch me evolve. You can listen to me evolve. I'm letting it go so I don't know who played the big Lebowski. Hey let's read a letter. Naturals during its reminds me of Charleston. Charles Bronson was Charles. Thank you Charles Kuralt Q. Charles Barkley Narrows Barclay Okay. I can't believe there's a song. Mainstream sign cup. Fuck you is forget you in the mainstream destroyed. It was wasn't it? Fuck you fuck you too. How does it go again? Not that I am also trying to think out still got all these songs all these things swimming my little in the dudes little noggin. The Dude Okay I almost had it okay. Hi longer others. Hope you and your loved ones are doing well. I started listening to your show this past month. And it's been wonderful. I love how you speak. Seamlessly fall of farts and death. Thanks you not at the same time that keeping it light but keeping it real and deep at the same time. I really enjoy the sibling. Talk especially with amy. As I'm the middle of a amy sedaris is. I'm the middle of a pack of five. Wow my sister. And brothers are all in central California and I'm V wheeling with Spanish and Catalan flatmates in the center of Barcelona. Spain was very hard hit by the loan bathroom. Sorry baffled. Two of my house mates work in separate hospitals so we're constantly receiving updates from the front lines. We're also practicing social distancing within our own apartment as one flatmate working around patients with the virus And the other is in the. Nfc You here. We're only supposed to go out for food or medicine or work. If it's essential and the police have started ticketing. People were just walking around. Wow God we've been making a list for groceries and only one person out. Luckily shoppers here are sensible. And there's no real tendency to hoard while big difference we've also got plenty of musical instruments dance space and paper machine to keep ourselves occupied but sadly no. We'd said what I really wanted to share with us that every night at eight people emerge out on their balconies to applaud the healthcare workers. Wow It only lasts about five minutes. But it's pretty.
"david harbor" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long
"To to have some time to sit down without. Thanks bye always loved you as well. Thanks so that happened so that happened. Was that like an ominous stranger things. I don't know maybe I never had to do that. I WANNA do it a different way and at this point it's just like the past the point of US making fun of it and being ironic about it but it's passed. We absorb three. Yeah but that happened and I really enjoyed him. I run into him a couple of months earlier. Did we talk about that at? This is a charity event. And I think you alluded to eluded to seeing him at the basketball game that we were at. Yeah we were both there remember. He was sitting a couple of seats. Were like kind of like eavesdropping snooping into embarrassing. I basically admitted that I was like I noticed you sitting next to a Gal Gal Pat L. But he really dishing dirt about them. We weren't I knew I recognized her. She's the the singer Lily Allen. Lulia you guys talk in the beginning about covert and how he's not scared of it and you very cavalier. And you didn't think it was going to develop into much and now it feels. In retrospect that both decrease conversation not only feels wrong but it feels a little insensitive but I know it shouldn't because things hadn't materialized. It's it must sound so dated this sound so Glib you like anything's happened really. Yeah wow look what happened with the H One n one SARS and came and went and that was that was like three weeks ago. Yeah while things change. Yeah they sure have Well Yeah He. He was also flying a lot as I recall the And he didn't seem concerned about. I wasn't more concerned than he was the about. It you were but not much really didn't didn't come off that way. Maybe it was trying to sound cool. I remember being nervous when on my that last date New York to the point where I rented a car instead of taking rain back. Do you have a picture of yourself after getting shipped by that bird? Yeah you do. Yeah I post. I think I'd put it on instagram. I'd like to see that. Oh it's I haven't shown you know I didn't show you. I don't think so. Oh my God it was crazy. I took a bunch of I. Didn't I never really captured the extent of the damage of the deluge? It was like I mean it wasn't like it was by far the most I've ever. I was just going to say well. Usually it was. It was crazy but unlike face it got near it. It got it was all down. It looked like somebody cracked a white egg on my head cross. It was gross. It was like all smear down my hair and all over my But it was funny. I don't know if this properly But I had been weirdly aware of what I was wearing like a like uncharacteristically like aware of the shirt I was wearing and it was like a nice shirt and I never think about And I put it on like feeling good about myself and and I was headed back to get a pair of something gloves or something and it was like. Somebody poured a cup of something on me. That's that's what it felt like the volume of it felt. You're lucky it didn't go in your mouth. I know I know if I had been looking up at all sometimes. I sometimes I do look up with wonder I I kinda do. I often have those moments in American beauty. Where he's like looking at the. Oh my God I don't WanNa bird to shit in your mouth but the thought just the the footage of that I kept. It might be worth. I don't want that avenue either but I had a friend in middle school. Whose MOM is that a baseball game and she. Oh you've told doing version of looking up in wonder and a bird pooped in her mouth and according to him. I wasn't there but according to him it was like within seconds after she said out of course and rinse for mouth out it within seconds it was. There's like poop. Poop appropriately spars. Oh my God I left in her mouth down our throat. Now is oh. I don't think he gets any POOP is toxic but specifically like Seagull L. Really bid on right. It's so toxic. You think it's more toxic and other poops. I gas. Yeah I've been watching a lot of impractical jokers and which I can't recommend enough the show on TRU TV guide. I'd love to talk to those guys on the show. Salva Kano and those guys but there's episode where Sal I think has to go through a mound of Elephant Poo to find keys. Remember that that was awful. It was but I remember thinking I would for whatever reason and I think I know the reason actually I would much rather go through. Elephant Elephant Poop to get to my keys then like dog poop. Certainly that humor because 'cause elephant poop is like it's like hey it's mostly. Hey Yeah yeah I wouldn't WanNa do it. It's very fibrous. But here's the thing if I was going to do it. Now's the time 'cause I can't smell. Oh that's right Christian due to his Co. has lost God. We haven't really talked about that are you? There's not much to say about it. Well there is. I mean you you love food and I don't care that it's not gonNA come back you keep asking me and I keep saying so but see. I don't come back. It's very strange because I you you just learn to appreciate what taste is more. Because now I can't like for instance I'll have a piece of pineapple and my tongue will know that there's something sweet and my mom I can t. I can like tartness fuel sweetness but I can't pinpoint the pineapple weird we're whereas taking care of a cold if something salty again it's it's different than when when you have a cold and you're stuffed up you can't taste anything and you're all blocked up but this is weird because my mouth recognizes certain types of food. Yeah but it can't pinpoint specific flair. Was your experience last night. I made a like a cauliflower curry lentil thing but there was. There was co cumin or cumin Cuban. I said human isn't Kumon tomato tomato. Oh really I think so. Human human human human. What was your experience like tasting that You tasted at all because as I was cooking. I remember thinking like I might as well just be making should be having maybe coming back slightly because it's I taste very vague the for the first day or two of it. I really tasted nothing weird and now I feel like I taste a little bit more. You know I was texting with the friend last night. Apu also has a mild case of covert and. She said the same thing at cannot taste. It's very I wonder how many I wonder how many people listening have that experience anyway. Back to this. We're talking about the wait. Hold on wait. Do you know what it reminded me of really quick while we're on the scatalogical subject is We ever talk about this when Jona I think it was schmidts mother Jones French Schmidt. I think I may misquoting him some. She walked somebody forwarded it may have been Schmidt and his mother walked into the room took one breath through through up immediately. Do you think that's a true story? I don't know I doesn't sound sang. She was like making her way to the sink already. Already sick or something anyway. It was funny. It's funny to imagine. He thinks he was talking about the Climate Change Zombie Apocalypse. That's going to happen in ten years and an how actors are going to be relevant actors and influencers and I think he's right and I think even what we're seeing now with. What's happening this Cova? I know you see how actors are becoming relevant. Just just how much that Imagine video backfire high. No it's almost like people are like shut up. Let's you know doctors for a while. She had it's not about you but then he went on to say that he In in such an apocalypse he would be worthless because he has no skills and but then he quickly revive like build car. I can essentially incredible survival skills. But by that point you had already said they are grills. You're like oh my skills from boy scouts. And he's like Oh really well. I can actually do all this. I would definitely want him on my side. He seems like I don't know why he was a survivalist. He's and he's he looks like a big woods. I it surprised me when he said he had didn't have the skills and then I thought. Oh I'm just. I'm stereotyping him. Because of the way he looks and he's played he seems like he'd be this is like a survivalist yet is this responsible can do kind of person. He's also very intelligent. Bia He really is right Dartmouth You know you're saying something about this time. And and the effect that it's having the collective human effect that it has and I want you to read drew. Barrymore wrote this article for refinery. Twenty and twenty nine is that And she said something really interesting and a bunch of US really great article but she said And I really liked the way she phrased it. She called the great equalizer. That's what this is. We're all experiencing the same thing and people with money people with fame and status whenever it. It doesn't it doesn't really change this the effect that it's having I mean it does to the extent that like some of the more prototype healthcare. I'm better healthcare. Can stand side. It's revealing all of those unjust discrepancies. But she also said something I keep thinking about which is She said I hope that people don't in del more eloquently than I will but I hope they don't indulge in when this is over they don't indulge in a return to normalcy like do all that because there is something about the resetting effect that this is having on the earth and on all of us it would be nice to learn some lessons as a people you asked if if the stranger things have changed and say no and there was a moment of silence pause and I I thought it was very funny yams match. Silence Look was screaming at me. Yeah well I mean. Of course I mean. That's that's inevitable. There's this there's this tidal wave of fame and St- you're at status is social status is elevated and how adults can't handle the show. It must've been. It must be really difficult to. I mean not difficult but manage your innocence. An' psychologically difficult. Yeah you guys were talking about about communism and you were trumpeting. The I don't know the positive aspects of communism and I thought it would be so funny if a story came out. You guys were communists during this. Kobe was like little red pop up ads. Because if ever there was a time to have a scandal you know like that that'd be a funny funds. Have you had just a long communist? A- well it's like those things pop up with with really famous people like you. Were telling me about the Tom. Hanks one where there was this conspiracy theory that Tom Hanks was you know. I don't want to say it. I don't WANNA give fuel to it but it's ridiculous kind of like pizza gate type stuff. If this same organization I'd he has a real self hatred streak that he talked about. It was very interesting. Yeah gambling he was very honest very honest and reading the bad comments. But you see. I'm glad you asked about his childhood because You see he said he told story about getting stung by and how any grandmother young boys. Don't cry. Yes it's shame gets built in. It's amazing that affects your entire life when something like that happens is a kid I was..
"david harbor" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long
"Middle class but by parents would still let me like my our bottom Ba-. We had a bathtub in bottom floor bathroom and at a certain point they just let me have turtles in there. I had a turtle Barney. The box turtle who just wander around the house. I Victor Victor and then I found out it was bad to have them on the floor. No yes that's how he and I was like he's such a good boy. He's always just in the one corner. He knows not to leave. I found out sick. I got the best or a. So Barney was a boxer. He just go around and then we'd put him out on the porch screened in Porch. Okay put him out of the screen in Porch. At night and we feed him cantaloupe during the day. But what happened is he loved you. You'd come alive. But anyway he there'd behold a little bit in the screen imports and raccoons Yeah we would. Box Turtles can completely box themselves. Up Their plan tron. Yeah so the only yeah so we would find him after a night. We shoved in the corner of the screened in Porch with scratches all over have been battered or go all night. Like we gotta get out of there was like note is just a little cantaloupe. And he'd be like hey guys okay. Go out to had Barney the box. And that's thirty. Six toads play with these toads. I can't believe you remember the number and Yeah because I remember. That was the big thing because they were on top of each other so many of them and get yet. So we get like Crickets from the pet store. Gallery hundred of them. Yeah they'd be gone and second. Yeah so I loved frogs and toews funny and I'd grow up just catching them. All the time. When I was in adult in in the East village had like I a little apartment like a Studio Apartment Doing Virginia Woolf Edward Albee like tell him about the toads owed the frog frog by the he loved he always wanted to do is talk to me about frogs. It's fascinating he was into it. He just loved it about me. I love that I was building my own. Aquariums like custom homes with this. Lexi that I get it canal plastics. Actually I'd get like a design. These Aquarius for the White's tree frog. Yes I would design these like elaborate like six foot tall terrariums with terrariums with Sections of water and then sections of like with the sump pump in these row. I might buy took up like half the apartment and I had like five or six white's tree frogs Whitman. I would. I would try to get them to breathe like that was my big thing because I had a cat and I had the tree frogs and I just love them frog. It was something about like I guess. At that point in my life it was something about getting back to a childhood experiences. Something that I loved so purely absent had nothing to do with anybody else. Yeah it was just like a pure expression of something that brought me like joy. And I watch these little do's and they would sit on the glass all day long. They're the really cool to just interest beautiful browse like come over there and they're like Blue Green Bay's exactly yeah and they and then at night they come alive like they just sit there like Zen Masters. All Day. You know. They're very quiet a very quiet. How come they do have lots of the year to clean up the POO a really lot of poop and like big long? No Yeah I got tired of that like every day. There's a couple walk because one of my favorite sounds I remember being on vacation in Puerto Rico. And there's a cokie frog there. There's only they all have such different beautiful sounds but where. I live in Massachusetts One of my favorite sounds in the world as when the spring peepers come out And they made in vernal ponds there. I just loved that sound. Yeah in the summer and caters. What is your most commonly used Emoji? Would you say who That's a really good one. I did have the Rowley is one. Yeah and then also had unrealized about really is. It's like Oh yeah yeah. And then there's the one with the tongue out and the little round. Yeah that's a good one Professional athletes what sport would you axing though? Yeah that'd be a boxer. You enjoyed you. Watch the L. Really Oh I love you know Rockwell. Are you yeah? Yeah yeah he loves you guys should watch him. I love it so much If you could have one snack food for the rest of your life what would it be? That's a good question. I mean I guess like just a big box. Honey Nut cheerios. And just you know just handfuls. Yeah reminds me a check in rock that at like three in the morning after a nice intermittent fast just hours twenty four hours of black coffee and water? What's your favorite movie of all time? That's so hard that question hokey stupid. Fucking question sorry like it's like what's your favorite movie lovers. Shame me for that because there's so many of the top of my head. Whenever anyone asks us. I don't think it's my favorite movie at all. But it's my subconscious. I hate it the Matrix which is like not now. It's my favorite movie. But I just think it's so watchable. Yeah it's just so watchable gets better. That's a better way to phrase. That voted on right whereas like my favorite movie might be like this China but like I don't know I mean every time you every think about turning it on I'm like I know like floors just had a movie where it was like. I thought it was a terrific movie that I never want to watch again the mid summer movie. That was like that terrific movie I never ever ever ever ever ever. I knew it would be like that. And I love that Guy Ari. Astor movie scaring. I love that. Guy's movie that he did before hereditary. It's have you seen her a really good so good and I sound like three times a theater so I also you will watch midsummer all over again so because I was like I do not know. He'll these feelings that I'm feeling good director Gas Lighting Movie. I think actually. I think it's a movie about being gasoline harm of I did a podcast with that guy and I was like I went on. About what a fan I was and he was like an midsummer came up. And they're like what did you think that someone has i. I haven't seen it hasn't been out for like six months huge fan. Yeah Yup I need to see them. I was like that with marriage story. Everyone's like he got. And I knew I love Noah Baumbach and I was like I got to see it. I saw it. Oh it's what you think it's great but it's also yeah ferry depressed if you could have dinner with three people dead or alive whom you've never met that are alive could be alive. Yeah but you're having dinner so even if they're dead yeah to get taken to question the authorship question but whoever wrote Shakespeare plays that Guy William Shakespeare was like sort of a feel. You know I believe that it wasn't the actual Dude William Shakespeare wrote those plays but oh another boring podcast asleep even harbor straight three hours of it the other question. The Stranger things fans are gonNA love Who who is the one in question? And it was what's his name. Oh marlow Marlow Joseph Is the theory. Yeah but there's people sort of in Elizabeth's Court Rupert Everett. Wrote the exactly rupert ever. Yeah but I would I would sit down with that person. Whoever is I think that yeah? That person is You think was full I do. Oh and William Shakespeare just took the credit. Well I actually think that like the thing about writing at the time or at least writing plays as it was sort of thought of as if Trying to think of what would be thought of as now but like kind of taboo. It was like doing porn. It was not yet was kind of looked at that. Time was yeah. It was looked at as disgusting. So these guys in court like they had this. They wanted to write these plays but they were just give them to a guy who was like their figure. They're just say like you. Can you can make kind of living right so this guy was just kinda dumb dude who lived in Stratford and they were like should write that movie. Yay. Yeah but it shouldn't be. Yeah yeah okay write a sonnet about That's kind of a great idea for a movie. I think they've done it but it's terrible but it's the authors but you're right. It should be presented in a way that makes it entertaining. You think it's in the how But yeah so that that person I would definitely want to sit down with Who Else I got two more. Oh God I got two more wants to be sweating it right now. Come BACK TO FIT. This might be a little easier. I mean it's your favorite muppet. Oh who do you identify with the most? Probably Miss Piggy show business having star Euro like she loves Kurmi knows. It's about her. You were sort of not stroking kind of massaging your chest a little bit and you seven. Yeah I can see that's funny And you record. We're if you could live somewhere else. Where would it be your druthers I'd like to live in I'd like to live in India. I'd like to live in the north of India or maybe in Mumbai but I I mean I would actually yeah I actually might live. Give it all up and moved. I mean have you ever been to India? It is it is like being an alien. It's like being on Mars. Wow but like it's the coolest but you're able to breathe. Yes but no. It's just the people view life differently. It's like everywhere else. I've been even like Bulgaria Lithuania or you know Atlanta or like South America. All these different places. There's this there's this kind of structured life and then you go to India and it's like the values are different like people value different things and you feel so I feel so Like alive ow. I WanNa go if you have one superpower. What would it be in visibility easy? It's it's the only one. Yeah it's like who cares fly. Yeah whatever I'd NBA Games. Come out of your is here. Yeah Okay invisibility a will. You could go be invisible. Get on a private jet. And that's an area then. Just you'd have to sit on somebody's life or you just want to bank and get so much money and by the whole. Je sure. Well you've really thought about. The visibility is a dumb question is what's your favorite movie No if you had to be one age for the rest of Your Life Physically. What would you pay physically? Just physically. You Remembered. Feeling like ours is at physically but just physically. My brain could still be. Rain is what it is now. Oh Wow yeah. Oh probably like twenty four. Yeah Right. You're like who's like sixty five. My peak wasn't necessarily twenty four. I mean like you know you. You may have eleven. My peak peak was three. Yeah that's when I was at my best if you could be reincarnated as a non human animal what would it be? I mean they're no wide street. Now you're you're taking away I I'd be like it's only been seventy hours. I'm starting to feel at a really get over. The moisture is doing. Would you rather be called unattractive on on Instagram Yeah you're reading common. Somebody says he's unattractive or ugly or unfunny. What would you? What would you prefer? God? That's hard yeah. Wow that's hard. It's tough I I mean I think I just WANNA be attractive. I don't that I care about funny. Oh really I probably care more about attractive. Okay probably care more about attractive. Would you consider yourself a tra- you considered an attractive when you're in high school outreach? Now okay that's the reason. Yeah that's the reason. So many Arkin so many people now would probably about you I wasn't considered attractive in high school. But I didn't think myself WANNA be. You put your pride more than funny that I think so. You got value at more. And if somebody said but here's the flip side to that if somebody said. Oh He's not funny. I I would consider their tate. I wouldn't consider their taste As valuable I wouldn't consider give them as much value. There tastes because Larry Day if it was Larry Demery heartbreak bill. Murray bill heartbreaking. Yeah they could say he's the ugliest human being I've ever met. He's really funny right..
"david harbor" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long
"I'm GONNA offend so many people by saying this but I have terrible taste of music. I don't think back to me to like this. It's like it's terrible. I mean it's like Sarah Mclaughlin like you know what I mean. It's like what it is all about. That's the fastest village. Well I know I'm sorry I love you I but I you know it's like I'm east. Village consider myself kind of airplane. All my friends are like CBGB's the clash like Mara. And it's like. I am going like I will. I know You're not getting cold and like what? Who's the woman who thinks jar of God? Yeah hearts your heart's good good anyway. I've been humming the new Taylor on Pandora like ten years ago or twelve years ago. Something one of her songs like L. D. N. came on. I remember looking at the album. Cover there's like a a you know it's like a by house like oh wow that's a cool looking you know lady had an exactly and then turning you on too much thinking about the table in front of us. Thank goodness Sorry I'm getting sweaty soon. But yeah a so that but I didn't really know her when I met her like I. I kind of remembered that but it really like. She's one of these cars where she's really big in England. Yes not like as known in America. Yes kinda great. Yeah we know her music and stuff but because she but England has such a big Paparazzi. That thing is awful. Yeah it's awful and it's Very specific to that. Eilly exactly like it doesn't it doesn't have the same resonance. Yeah you're like we're like who you running around following nearly think it's far more invasive. There I mean it can definitely off ad here depending on who you are where you are but She must have. I can't imagine having to withstand that the way she must have had to had to and I've never seen anything like they're off I- they're awful I want to talk about the rainmaker I'm sorry the reward the hell that was your first big job. He added to know about that. Yeah I want to know about the rain. Make twenty years old. Yeah Okay Right. Twenty twenty four. Th I come at Dartmouth and a theater company where we wrote and directed our own planes and like John. Grisham was part of A. He's John Grisham would all be John. All Ragtag and Edward Albee central thriller. We're just to know somebody. It was a huge failure and then like at two. Yeah but we came to New York and we tried to do plays and it was like mass and I was drinking in the low then I got and then I know that poker's later I got sober and then I started working commercially and I want to venues one was like I started doing soap operas. I did as the world turns. Oh Yeah I did under studied on Broadway and various things and one of them was rainmaker. Yeah I was okay so this is the funny thing about that. So as roundabout roundabouts the nonprofit theater and they can do commercial productions on Broadway and they do this commercial brushing where we were under studies but we also moved the furniture between scene and we were known as cowhands or something. So we had costumes and cowboy hats and there were eight of us and when the lights would come down low we would come out like move the chairs around for the next scene. Yeah and then go off. None of us ever got to perform as understudy. Oh but it was like woody Harrelson but they gave us and I think it was so much cheaper. We were so much cheaper than stagehands. I think they only had to pay two hundred and fifty bucks a week. Oh Yeah Equity Contract. We all got a little dressing. They called you apart. They gave you a part and then but then not only had the most embarrassing thing was that at the end of the show there were like. There's like eight cares in the show. And it was like Woody Harrelson Jane Atkinson John Bedford Lloyd. And they would an eight character drama drama at the end but while the final curtain. Like give me my hundred dollars. Whatever right and then and then lights will go down. Audience would applaud and eight. Come I bow. Because here's the thing all those actors. They had to give foul. Oh yeah so that way with. That was the way they got away with people. Like Larry because we would be so psych applauding and then we'd all come out and they'd all go like they'd all we would have your own. They'd be like these guys. Is this a joke? Separate what else it all day. It was so funny. Did you ever go on you know and I was so angry about that I love? It probably didn't help this drink. Yeah exactly I mean there's nothing. Yeah there's there's nothing harder than watching someone mess up a performance in God and you've learned all the lines and you just sit there and then you go and move their chair for them. I mean you're like where do you want? This could like kill it tonight. Was Your family excited that you were even just that you're on Broadway at all that you were. They were like you know they. I think they got excited when I got nominated for. Tony which is like when I was thirty. I think finally that was for Virginia Woolf correct that was like two thousand six thousand seven. I think that's when they finally were like. Oh Okay Oh interest but do they have high expectations than for you has unrealistic expectations for people in entertainment at all. Yeah like I was doing. I think I'm doing like the second season of stranger. Things and people are like people remind extended family. Like you're GONNA make it one day. We know you're going to make it one day nominee. I mean and the biggest show I mean. When is it get to be enough? And then when they get to be enough are they are. That's funny also just having gone to Dartmouth but a great school and I mean that's something to be. Yeah I mean that was. That was the product of my environment. More anything I wanted to. I wanted to drop out of high school and go become an actor that whole thing and I grew up in Westchester and worldwide plane acting was Born white plains. Then we moved to tackled armed but like not not a not a world where you are examples of working actors. Yeah it was. All lawyers. Doctors business people executives So the the idea was hard to define as an act. I mean the whole Western crew. Unless until you're on the cover of People magazine. Yeah. I don't think you've and I haven't hit that. They're still thinking that eventually one day I would like your podcast to be the bench. This is what's going to do this. what's funny about that people magazine specifically and talking about the Paparazzi and you relationship now. There was a time when I was dating drew. Barrymore we together and my parents I think the way. They measure that kind of success. I think in the town I grew up in which is probably not dissimilar to Westchester and Fairfield Connecticut. They were always so excited When people from the supermarket would run into them and say I saw your sign on the on the cover of thing or in a tablet and it was this tablet stuff. This is like This this this is the result of me Having to evade with someone that I really cared about having to evade these guys. Who were stalking her. I mean that's down to and it became a measure of how they saw success. You know and and I never knew what to do with that. I never knew I certainly never took it on board. I was found it to be Kinda disgusting but it has some of that data Julia stiles. Yeah Julian dates for like a year and a half. And I wasn't recognizable in any way and And I had the same thing from a lot of Westchester parent. Where they're like. Oh David's was that it's a weird position of being. Yeah right one like I mean one of the things that's so scary to me about the algorithm that is Chasing through all of our lives likes thing is that we are equating popularity with good and it. They are not the same right. That's the illusion that social media. Yeah expose as much as you or or as little as you want of yourself but it's also getting the anonymity like it's this idea that and it's also performed asthma. Like what I want with fans more of is an accountability. Like and it's part of the reason why I kinda like those cons if you're actually meeting real people sometimes and most of the time. There's lovely yeah. They have the same vulnerabilities that we're talking about what they're like. You didn't like your boy but I believe like you or I did like it or whatever but it's a sweet interaction as opposed to somebody just yelling like Peterberg number. Eighty four to remember when when Both I think it was. It was a roulette chat room charon. Yes you still love you do it. I didn't I never did. It was terrified but I always wanted now is around anymore. I don't think I don't think so but I remember a lot of the people were they'd be. They clicked right off because they were joking. And they're just like digs and it was like no and click off but every once in a while you get like a group of of people just like hanging out like hey what's up and they'd be like it was fun to get recognized in that situation because they think are you the guy in the end that if they got we're you just click a mouse. And if they were sweet he kinda like talking to them. Yeah that's cool. My brother he let your. It was really fun. There was a guy did at his concerts. Like Ben Folders be at a concert and have the big screen and he'd like play a song or something. Oh that's cool It is an interesting thing when you mention how boy and like I've done my share of movies where people are like. Oh they say it in a sweet way I hated you. I hated this that you did this thing that you worked. I'M I can't. I can't believe you did that or you know there was the I don't know if you don't like it was I was at this Thing in this con- Liverpool and there was like all if you actually really loved the movie there and there was one kid who came up who clearly was Very on the spectrum like very sort of our autistic and he was talking about like surprised how he liked stranger things and like then he was like I did not care for hell boy so it was just so lioness. Yeah just so what? It was like all right. Are you that you're here? Thank you just have a need to express your. I didn't need it but thank you these are some of those people can very I think it's cool. Though I mean I love I mean I. Myself struggle with What's classically deemed as mental health issues? I do love the At these cons that there does seem to be just like a a room in a place for for these people for all of us to be made fun of words and I you know. I agree in in all sorts of mental states together. That's being like yeah man like we love all this weird shit I I know. That's why I like that growing up. I think I was just like outcast. I was a member of the I like Chess. Club Chess Club. I remember that I belong to this is really going to reveal how cool. I wasn't southern Southern Connecticut herpetology goals society the Herbs Herbs. I know all about the herb. We raise Tree frogs no kidding. Oh the white streak from Australian White Street power. Just sit on the thing the way they need to be reined on eighteen hours a day for them to fuck. Oh and they need to have a foot of water in their aquarium. So I built so you got the rain. Mariam's yeah that were like six feet tall would have a foot and a half of water with rain pipes and some pumps again in an apocalypse how to build a white streak streak sump pumps. The water would continue to rain on them for eighteen hours a day. Because there's going to so they would well. They know that their eggs will survive if the if the rainy season is that on my end. And if there's enough water they know they'll be able to lay polls will yet and so they get really frisky. Oh I would need to get like a female and a male together and you've eighteen hours a day and then you got baby frogs. You've to fluff them in any way they just. Whoa what got you into tree tree frog. What what. I've always been a frog. I Love I gotta say they are the silliest creature imagine like your superpower just being like jumping like. I mean he jumped like over. I it would. It would be like me jumping over that bill tree for I mean imagine anyway so I so when I was like five years old grown up a white plains backyard and my little house. Yeah Yeah Okay and I would catch them and at one point. I had an aquarium full with thirty six. Toads knee two. I'm shit you really as Connecticut. Connecticut White Plains is like catch toads. And you like middle class like lower middle class but by parents would still let me like my our bottom Ba-. We had a bathtub in bottom floor bathroom and at a certain point they just let me have turtles in there. I had a turtle Barney. The box turtle who just wander around the house. I Victor Victor and then I found out it was bad to have them on the floor. No yes that's how.
"david harbor" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long
"The level of work. That goes into anything even stuff that suck. He's like I have such respect for now. I talk to my friends I can. I can trash stuff or whatever but like I could never I just a lot more generous with people just knowing that you poured I pour my heart into each thing. It doesn't really matter I riley myself because you love it. Yeah it's like I'm pouring just as much into my flops. Flop was at how heck boy about? How would because it didn't do it didn't perform or the movie wasn't didn't turn out the way I mean. I think it was a product of all of. Yeah you know it was a product of all of it. Was it something you saw coming? We were you like or were you like. Oh I mean it was. Yeah you Kinda know when. You're yeah I mean. Although you don't always know sometimes you cannot know. And there was a back and forth on that. Where like that one point? I was really thinking it was really and then I saw covet. Now's home they can pieces together. Somewhere was kind of entertaining and then And then it just you know everybody just ganged up on it which I was a little bit unfair to. It's not it is a funny world. We live in where there these you know superhero movies like like. I thought Thor Ragnarok on rotten tomatoes ninety nine percent holy a rotten tomatoes by three percent higher than Casablanca. Isn't that funny? Sure doesn't get one hundred percent that yet in the La Times. Oh yeah so. That's the thing where it's like and then this movie just got like I forget what it was like. Eleven percent is so low but that discrepancy where you just slide. Yeah Yeah it's bad ads like you know maybe a C. minus like. Yeah but but that is it like it must be comforting knowing that you have this success to go back to and knowing that there are hits and misses the fact that you're even like in a weird way the fact that you're even being targeted now you know well Kinda cool. I know that's part of the thing it was like it was also like you know. I. It is the mark of My friend was like it's the mark of a movie star to start having flops. Yeah like you can't yeah you can't just have a win right haters right. Need people who Brad Pitt gets to work on the best material. He gets to choose from like the cream of the crop. And the fact that he's still haven't fl- The car is all of us like yeah so there is but and also it does ground you were you just like. Oh yeah not like and it is a really good thing where you see it even with like baseball players and stuff I used to. I used to be so ungenerous where you'd be like you just constantly be like. Oh man like this season he sucks and you're like the level that they're working at every day even have a bad season is I know we're just like how can we even talk. I know judge these people I my brother and I like to listen to to to Sports Radio New York especially New York sports and these callers and you know they're in there. I mean I there like Cliche in their MOMS basements. And they're so ineffectual. Probably at work and at home and they're probably being browbeaten all day and they call up and they got these opinions. Just what I think. Aaron judge should do like. Wow what are you talking about? These incredible like you said these athletes that are at the peak are the human peak. Yeah and they're judging them and they're like here's what I would simply where I felt like the target of you know all of that rage because of the fan boy generation. Oh Yeah has all of the same ownership as you do have the Yankees are not using their pitching staff like you know correctly like is not doing this or if hell boy is not doing that. So what's the prescription do you do? You just stay away from that. You engage at all those come and go back and forth. You know I mean I do. Need a certain healthy dose of self hatred of you crave it was. Sometimes I like the cubbies to want to invite will one every thousand but it is a funny thing where it's almost like gambling. Yeah you don't gamble to win like because if you keep winning at the table like you just keep playing until you hit big Yankee dose of reality and that's kind of what I do with the comments is like I'll go along and they'll be just shout hearts and smiling basins yes king and then finally. It's like it's like your. Yeah like like worst. And you're just like Oh. Yeah so yeah I had because I use to gamble in underground poker clubs in New York Like I was really into it. Like fifty rounders. Yeah like exactly rounders. Guys who wrote rounders played with the guy in routers. The Jar Malkovich guy takes on a real guy who's fat an old and not intimidating. All but like he's they love me any love Oreos over. I would go gamble at these singing. I was doing a planet. Who's the forever Wolf? Yes I want to talk about Okay Yeah Olga play. I would go after the play at like eleven thirty. I'd go to these clubs and I played to like six in the morning. Oh I would play with all my money from Virginia. Woolf which at the time you make a Broadway salaries is not bad. It's not great but like I would go with like thousand bucks and I'd like just like sometimes I win and get it up like three four thousand dollars by the end of the week and then I would take like your and I remember wandering home at night like after you take a hit after you lose like three thousand dollars that you'll have like yeah walking home just going like saying to myself just going like have you had enough yet David. Have you had weird? But the feeling was so uniquely wonderfully horrible. The same thing when I scroll through those comments a special brand of self hatred with like a beer amitabh issue. I think we need some. I need some of that. I don't know why did you was going to ask you vis SIP siblings. How many do you have a baby sister? Yeah seven years younger and did you. Was that from anything in child. Do you need. I mean it was definitely from. It was definitely from hereon. It wasn't my sister was lovely my sister But it's it's definitely like you know I come from a lot of the hopper stuff is not based on my mom and dad but it has a lot of these elements like Texas family like Houston Texas. Real good old boys wrong like real hard like my grandma five years old. I got stung by beam cried and she grabbed me was like boys. Do not cry. Don't you cry and I was like? Hey people like a nowadays because we're so sensitive. They're always like that's horrible but I Kinda Love Pizza Variety. Ganglia like cool. That's cool that my grandma did Did have You know some punishing. Shame motion built in to me. Like there's a there's It is a keynote for hopper. And it is a keynote for me. It's just these You know sh shame. This missed a lot of shame. Shame shame can also be a good thing. Shame can make us pause. There's some millennials that I think maybe a little more. Yeah I mean that's the thing like shame can actually give you just ended. Not just millennials. There's guys fifty to there's guys who run the world who could deal with a little more. I mean there's an just that idea that like you are just human. You can make mistakes that were they Christian baptist. No wasn't a religious based shame it was more like around business oil. Yeah like cultural social where they large people very large. Yeah Harbor Yeah. The other Riley road the rain Riley right on my mountain matters really. I can't do I can't do I deferred you'd be like Oh really God. I can't really do. I went out with a group a Scottish girl for two years and caned. I can kind of do it. I can't I can't really Le Haven't you had but you feel oh you do a Russian in. Yeah but you probably wouldn't know either the the dialect coach. Oh Yeah Yeah. Yeah had the best I mean we went. No I did have a dialect coach for that. It's funny though. I mean that whole thing is Malcolm. It's a strange thing because like there are times in that movie where the characters should be speaking Russian data. Well this. This is the actual conundrum that I couldn't I kept having discussions with them about this. And the Marlins guys become yeah May The marvel hopefully do. Oh but but the The marvel guys would be like at a certain point. Where just like shut up? Just do I mean what are you talking about? But there was thing where it was like. I remember this very specifically hunt for Red October. Yeah amazing movie. Yeah Sean Connery Sam Neill all these. Tim Curry all speaking in Russian. And then this guy sits down at a table. They're always begin rising disguises town on the table. The camera zooms in on the book as he's reading Russian it stops the guy start speaking English and and then they pull back and they're all speaking in English and speaking their normal accents. Sean connery as a Scottish accent. Sam Neill has kind of an Australian accent but they're not talking with Russian accents because it theoretically wouldn't make any sense true to speak with a Russia whereas you there's some Harrison Ford movie seventy waters anybody U boat. Yeah I remember. I came out when I was in college. I was big intellectual and he had a Russian accent speaking English and I was like. That's absurd a welcome to me and black widow right but we didn't do some things where we have flavor like occasionally. I will speak in Russia. Yeah but it was just this thing where it's the people can't read subtitles. That's true I never thought about that. It's like you're right. They would just be speaking Russian. They would be you'd be consistently speaking so we'd have to. I would just speak in an American. Yes because we've theoretically would be in the world of Russia's so what has it accident right. It'd be dubbed but it doesn't. You can't do a movie you can't make it a foreign film. You can't make black whatever that scares me. I mean marvel's big and the resilient I'm sure yeah but it gets a little you know but also as an actor must've been cool to do to get to do for the character that kind. It's amazing it's such a fun character. Talk they haven't He still like being in Harry. He's he's he's also a mania like he's a complete maniac and we I guess when you're in it I don't know if you've experience but when you're in it like I didn't even now like because I'm just so kind of like in it now kind of having it and I remember Caisley Kate. The director would be after takes. You be like Oh my God. You're such a maniac. Seem normal to me. What are you talking about like Emir? I'm like posing like making an amazing and she came over to me. Oh Wow that was so pathetic and I don't think you. I don't think you saw what it was. It was beautiful. That's really like your world. Well that's the guy I mean. Who whatever you're tapping into is probably the same sort of rage as you're walking home from the poker game kicking yourself for like rescreening through the comments has got you really like mining all that stuff. It's great yeah exactly. I mean that's the best stuff right. When you're super personal what you can bring to character. Yes that's the type of work that I'm always trying to do is just really personal. Where like you watch it and you wonder like like doing that. Yeah that's great. I love that reaction that that you think..
"david harbor" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long
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"david harbor" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long
"All the fun doesn't do anything just does like here. We go. It's like we had more surprised that that stuff was. What was it to Mug. Well that movie at Kevin explained that it didn't really make sense because we don't we don't was the logic view we don't explain it. It's not expanded matter. I know I know. Here's what I think I think it. It wasn't funny well. Maybe it wasn't funny. I think it was ten years ago. We did that character who is like grabbing. People and freight doesn't work. It's not quite as money anymore. So yeah yeah but but all the stuff. I did with Joe. It was fun on the day and it was fun. We did it. It was really fun to do because he was also like mildly uncomfortable with it. You know whatever leaning a little when we did the original acting man. Just let me go. Yeah come on the care and the cameras are rolling. I know I know we're impotence. I go that's really funny W- what you look at the first thing I noticed about you. I only saw a couple of weeks months. It was that you cut your hair and I also did a little more industry. You're ready for the apocalypse. Yeah we'll basically I mean it's for the new season the show trailers behind. Well okay but I know that there's there's For season coming up. I'm halfway through the second season behind. At this point you still have a full beard and It happens to him. Yeah Yeah in Russia on a chain gang. That's what it is. That's the trailer is it? Came out on Valentine's Day you did. Yeah Yeah Yeah. We Love You But yeah it's He's like in Russia on this on this Chang and basically the in season three I had gotten really big And it's one of the things kind of about him as he. He's sort of stops drinking so much. She certainly stops doing those to an all pills that he was doing in season. One You You. You got big for the show. Yeah and he. Yeah so he's like on the couch eating till Sito's ships like dealing with the Cortisol problems of dealing with the teenage daughter. Basically you know stuffing his field. Because you can't go out and get drunk so right yes oh I got really big in the third you see like bigger in the second season third season. I get real big. They told you I mean I. It's the character. But how much do they say specific number? We want you to know. I mean it. It's something where it's like. It's funny thing I mean I don't know if I should even if I wonder if I throw them. I don't think they would care but I it's almost like we come up with stuff together like they have an arc of the show. We know where the show is going to go. They know where the show is going to go the defer brothers but as we get there are seasons seem to stretch out a little bit long like at first it was supposed to be just like three seasons and now we have like four and a half. Yeah so so. They mean before the first season aired. It was always meant to be who they want to do a trilogy or but now it's there's more room because they want to do some more. Yeah which is Great. Because I I think it's it's not it's not like the fans love it so much. It's like you don't WanNa if you've got more in you like go and do it that way it allows us a little more freedom and so a lot of times. We'll just come up with things and oak or one of the things was like. Wouldn't it be cool to have This particular arc with him and so yeah so it was something that we came up with on the fly as you're going you're like can you get a little bigger like she'll be like yeah. Let's try and then this going into this season it was really important to You don't would be really strange. I lost on his way. Yeah Yeah Yeah. But it's it's happens because of something like he's almost resurrected in this season different way and you'll see there because I think you may have heard or something but at the end of season three like people. Yeah he spoil it for you know. Yeah people will people who know will know but I you don't want I don't know but I love the show so much that I don't WanNa hear it. Yeah well is that what you're saying? There was something happens. There is like sort of a a. Resurrection spent a long time living a very different life. Okay was there any reservation that you had about signing up for three seasons and now becoming four or five? Were you at all reserved about the crowd? I mean it's funny because I was at a place in my career where first of all we didn't know it'd be three seasons like say like shooting the first season we thought we would. We thought that was it. I'll really yeah like Netflix. Didn't seem that into it like nobody seemed that into it. They didn't really advertise it Money Oh yeah. We thought we were going to be just a bomb out. That's funny I had the opposite experience. Where last year I did this big pole. Yeah See co-production and my own net flicks is GonNa love this. They put it out no advertising. No and I don't think anything's happening with it. I think it's gets gets people. Don't see it it just gets buried Tha- that's always the case with me. Is the those projects where everybody's patting themselves on the back of being like he's GonNa Change you life bow? It's like no plan goals. Yeah so you learn. After I learned to be extremely cynical yes and just to feel like you just show up to work. I mean yeah I mean you just do what you can but I had no expectations The I thought it was an amazing script when I read it. I thought those guys were really talented. And it's one of those things where I was kind of in a position in my career where I was like. You know I was sort of doing a bunch of theater. But I'd given up on the idea that I would do. Anything of substance in film and Television Revolutionary wrote. You had. Yeah but I had always been like kind of supporting. Yeah like six or seven on the call sheet. Yeah we're And and what it started to devolve into was like you know not even that complex stuff in revolution wrote it was more like just running down a hallway like chasing Denzel with a gun talk you know and then like the minor character moment the maybe we probably will be cut out in the lake As much as I love him no Emmerick. You know you see guys like that exactly exactly around and reliable and solid but but they they pop up every once in a while but they just pop up they pop And that's I think what how I had conceived conceived of you like as exactly But but even though you're done great theatre work You always such a reliable actor but must after a certain point you must say to yourself. Yeah well it's just like where you put your heart. You know what I mean like I I in theater like I could still be like a leading man a parts that were complex and rich and interesting and yeah and then in Hollywood I just like okay. You guys want me to be kind of like two dimensional. Like thing it's fine. I need the money I need to pay my rent. Pay Off brought like at the vineyard theoretic three hundred fifty dollars a week. I live in Manhattan. Yeah but yeah so it would be like law and orders and then it would be like the movies and I was kind of like. That's what I'll be but I'M NOT GONNA put my heart into this stuff anymore because I've been disappointed so much. What what what was the one that really God? Then it was revolutionary road. Yes to a certain degree. That was more wasn't so much that I don't know what happened with that whole thing but I sort of thought that would launch being away. Didn't I remember even like that movie? Black Mass yes dental where? It was like significant part. Yeah but it still feels like sort of a character piece that I thought it was going to be right and it is that thing where you you see as you say like you go see the final movie and you're like Oh that's what that one is like. I just recently had one of the where you're just like. Oh I didn't agree to that. I don't know why I keep getting scammed into thinking that we're making this movie and then you wind up realizing it's entirely director's vision and you don't know anyone until you know them and even then you don't know right so they can come up and go like no no actually. You're the color red. I thought we were playing like among grade one. Oh I'm just read. Yeah so to a certain degree. Even stranger things was like this is beautiful. This amazing but like I in the pilot but I don't know that I'll get it and also I don't know I can put myself into it when I did finally get it. I was like I did say to myself. I'll give it one last. Try in that first season. Just go as crazy as I could like to go as dark as I could. And see what that yields put my heart into it and it yielded so much that I was like reinvigorate. I was like be in movies and TV. Oh that's interesting. And what happened to those kids after after a year? All those kids like you said they. Yeah I mean they all things change in exchange. Yeah Yeah uh-huh stranger thing. I really haven't other anymore. Those you got in new Probably two or three. Oh my God but it was like overnight right I mean. Why wasn't it was overnight? Yeah it was crazy like even with you know. I've never seen anything like that like I was doing play at the public doing. Oh trust and Creston in the park and it came out on a Friday night. I remember like in your like this place popular. All of that was well. I mean the first night you know like always after I do play. They'll be like one guy who kind of knows it'd be like grays they radio O'hare managed was and then And then the second night there was like twenty five people like Sarah. There was like twenty. Who just were like? Yeah we were just like near the park and we heard you're here and we just WanNa say like things is amazing and the next night. There was like fifty. And then my I mean always Lona this young literally wasn't exponential pandemic. Wow was offended now and it stayed on services. You knew that I mean everybody touch.
"david harbor" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long
"Excuse Shipley David's coming into the studio I'm just Gonna. I'm telling you what's happening. I don't WanNa waste wasted. Gold repeat everything. You just have mike good theories about the corona virus right. I mean that's why you called me out here an expert on curb your also an actor. Mainly it's pandemics. You're so you just came from London just came in from And and they didn't seem all that concerned with. Yeah I'll tell you the guy Thank the Customs Guy who by the way they never checked when you go through customs never like grab you and check your bags. Do that when you go like In London last year and they would do it in London. Because I'd have these one way is going through a break and I wanted to be home a lot so it was like and it was a smart like a small parts at work you know three days and I have four days off so it was just enough where I'd WanNa go back to the states. The movie that I want to talk about the jeans and you want to know that as well every once in no no I wish they don't call me for things like that. I'm new to the club anyway. So I'm in the thing. I am walking through the customs right. Note nothing to declare and as I'm walking towards the customs put sunglasses on and I think that's why the guy boy buddy big shot. It was more like those red is. This is the great equalizer or whatever. So he's scan my bags and I just was like. How big is this corona virus thing like? What's the Real Yo? Yeah yeah it was like on the ground and I promised him. I wouldn't wouldn't tell him that I wouldn't tell anyone that he said this well. But it's good for you and even if we were. I don't think anyone really. Yeah exactly so. They probably fall asleep at this point. Don't be gas on and then just sort of drift away. I've heard that I listen to you. To falsely hangs very flattering. So yeah so. He said they had How serious is this like? You want some inside information housing sunglasses I did. I love it because I knew we had a connection and he was like we had sixteen guys come in yesterday from Wuhan China Wuhan China. I was like Whoa right anyway. Sixteen guys he's apparently Detained in Ukraine for ten days on a quarantine but then came straight here. So this guy calls again. I'm not legally responsible for now by the way this could be a live report. So he said he called the CDC and the guys were like man whatever which made him believe that. It's not that big of a deal Or the thing is just late. War is whenever it's like. They don't want the guys on the front line to get at that point. I don't know why don't want any responsibility. Seemed to think it was just like a cold and we're good I. That's what I'm hoping. I'm hoping it's one of those. Because you know we've been through the bird thing the SARS and Those all turned out to be biased. We did. I don't really remember as dramatically as this. Is that just because I'm older or is that because of social media like well maybe both but I bet social media as a lot to do with it. Do you know what I also was against statistics. H One n one to remember that but it was like a big one millions of people and was that lethal. It was that Fun I think. Maybe it was less lethal. This is a comedy Pie. Well speaking of there's loving funny. My grandmother was a guest on your following in big footsteps because my grandmother is honoring three survived. Spanish flu and stories about how her whole family got at her. Are Those Kids David Straight? David's Headphone is completely fallen off. It's mount. Yeah No. That's not gonNA be fixed It's funny that you were in the elevator and everybody was talking about is i. I wrote up in the elevator and had this experience where everyone moved away from each other. As soon as somebody would get off. You know they'd all just kind of like make the perfect amount of space In the five people to get off and the three were just separate perfectly. This was It was there was a I did notice this which I couldn't as almost as a political statement. I went against it. The Guy Touch the button. floor nine with his iphone. He wouldn't use finger but doesn't even on there but I went in with with raw folk finger. I was like I will not let it destroy. I'M GONNA do it with my tongue. I will go wash my hands but I will not let us destroy this moment. Yeah we're better than that. Yeah I mean I will say the number look I mean I kind of get it and I kind of don't like the numbers are what is the cases in New York. It's like two hundred New York City. There are eight million I know so the odds of you being infected are getting eaten by a shark in mid town I know now they are now they grow. Yeah versus those movies. Where type love in the video games? Yeah do you know. There's this horrible video I mean. Now it's horrible. I used to think it was fun to you. Actually are a virus and you're trying to spread and infect the whole world you get these upgrades of like you can become airborne or you can like have mutations so you play video games used to be really fun when like none of this virus this theoretical about. Yeah could you play Mike? Well I think that about some movies about are people going to go see movies like That are about humanity ending or about he sort of apocalyptic thing I don't know I mean you have one coming out. I have come in about the end of the world but there is a there is Some forms of not really more about superheroes and things like that really funny thing happened on my way here. I was leaving and I was thinking about. What should I wear which I rarely do where I this is important guests? I wanted you know we take a picture. For instance Nice for I leave the house. I have in my favorite lake checkered. They all look the same. It's not this and I'm leaving and I go. I A couple of steps into my walk to the to not the subway to here is gonNA walk directly here plenty time. I'm going to be early and I think it's a little chilly out on the back and put on some actually grab a light jacket some walking back and guys approaching me this kind of strange looking older man. He's staring at me and I'm thinking discuss weird deceased suspect that maybe I have you know that I have it that I've infected I. My mind was and as I'm thinking this and thinking I gotta change and I'm happy with my shirt this I- droplets is too is not strong enough. A word it was like something cascaded down on me I thought somebody had like tossed out a super something from it was bird shit. A bird should think easily the most Burchett I've ever been covered with I tried to take a photo of A. Oh it was the craziest thing and it was it made. It didn't make like a droplets. Like crazy. Hailstone. Yeah it was like I couldn't quite capture But look at this part of it. It's hard to see. Oh my God resolved my hair. Good luck relations. But I was thinking about like all the things I've been paranoid about and wanting to I mean look at that wanting to avoid shaking hands all over my shoulder wash bag and then you think you just can't avoid it can't avoid certain things you know you just get got thank God. I wasn't like looking with my mouth open. I mean it's it's a funny thing like it's it's also because I read a lot about Zombie apocalypse because I'm convinced than ten years with climate change like we will be in some form of a minor Zombie Apocalypse. Where like you know. There's like near future stuff. Where like safe four bridges? Go Out for Manhattan. It's hard to get food in here and like things start to deteriorate social There's a reason why those movies are fun and successful because it's not like that far off from potentially happening you. Yeah and there's sort of how to guides as opposed to move. He's but I mean one of the things is I do know that as because there's all this speculation of what you need now. Is I call. Maybe you buy a gun and you were but I guess what happens? Is We all kind of have to make it through together? Like the best skills in any apocalyptic scenario our social skills and the ability to be useful in a group Yeah You seem like you would be really good to have on your team nonargument. No skills really zero skills. How even fish seriously seem rugged outdoors capable. I'm kind of big You're supposed I could also angry okay. Like deep down inside the house. Like killer Ray Jimmy. So yeah I suppose I could be like yeah you know Darin Line Backer for the for the group for the team. Yeah but I was thinking about that the again I was like. You know it's funny. We are actors and entertainers so at at the high culture level. We have a lot of skills and we in fact are very high demand out and then as culture begins. Doctors become a lot more board. We're very dispensable. Yes yeah and like lawyers. Nobody really at a certain point lawn. Entertainment Fail influencers. Like as we moved forward forward I do think the younger generation is like. I don't get famous. How do I be an influence? That's the last you know how to fix a tire. And like you'll be great during the Glenn. Jake I mean some of the things. I'm most grateful for the things I learned in boy scouts. How how do you know any sort of not tying or getting fresh water or dump surprise? You don't know about that. Well no no actually I am. I am very grateful for growing up. You know like a look at the kids on my show right and they don't have They don't they stopped like eleven or twelve and like now they're Hollywood like I was up until twenty. Yeah five I didn't much of that world so yeah I was like fixing cars with my dad so I can fix it car like as long as it's a block engine and like no fuel injection like a fuel pomp and like me too. If it's fuel injection on I don't know if you've already I knew I knew you had some. I do have also I. I did do like woodworking grow up. I do some carpentry and stuff all right all right all right but I haven't done it in like twenty years. Four Nice Stop. Yeah because I started it started. Janes Island It's so funny. Kevin Smith knew that you actually wanted that call. He probably you because he was like. There's no way he's GonNa WanNa do this. I just it was actually just. I don't even know if I wanted to call but when I saw the type of work. You're doing that movie. I was jealous out. It was like I love that performance and I. It's a character. I didn't Zaken Mary and It was really disappointing. Because this movie's acting merrymaking Porno I played it and he was a gay porn star. He was very like hyper sexual. Hits ON SOUTH ROAD? And he's dating Brandon routh and he's like he's just very aggressively sexual he. He's one of those gay guys that like hates. He is like an aversion to the thought of a vagina right like Oh yeah. I've we have evolved saying okay matter. Even most men are like that but we were like. Oh my God awful thought of it so he was. That kind of guy can ask me to play the same character in this thing. We did so. That was his thing. That's funny because I was like. Where did you come up with the problem with? Is He's a lawyer in this thing right and we're going to get into our movie pitch right okay. Oh yes roy. Yes drama because really what you're doing so the he was a lawyer. Yes but it didn't really make any sense. So they cut out all Aggressively sexual stuff. Like Joe. Manchin elevate Baylor for example. Joe Is really hand you know. He's like a hung jury. There was stuff was cut out..
Victor Lucas is a Video Game Industry Treasure
"If you've missed Victor Lucas before Kinda funny. Yeah period. Because he's been on a bunch of stuff electrically around of course my brand. I've been doing it forever. Twenty five years. This was that honestly at the end of this year. It's twenty five. Full years have been all the threes adulation there thank you. And so it's a surreal thing when you hit twenty five years of the same email address at the same job most part personally. Of course everything has been different as we've grown from a weekly show we went to a daily TV show and then we had all all kinds of growth that way. Yeah and then we've had shrink down a little bit in this sort of Internet age and you have deal with Youtube and streaming and But one of the things that we did this year as we moved into cafe space at the Vancouver Film School so awesome which is an actual public space. That people can come and watch the show in and of course all kinds of incredible guests come through Vancouver uncover. They're working on movies and TV shows and video games and comic books and I've been able to tap into that so we've had people like animators from Spiderman into the spider versed. Uh David haters been on SAM has been on a garbage. I love that K- t- terrible garbage on kind of funny because it's great and I love of days gone by the way I thought that game was awesome and I thought I wasn't going to your favorites a- It's great to have this this forum where people can come in You know chat chat with everybody. That's been my favorite thing because I remember not the last time but one of the first times you came through especially when the new studio it was right as you were like pivoting and I'm doing youtube for the first time I I don't know what I'm doing I I still don't sort of watch. You grow in thrive going from TV and having been thirteen guy forever. Yes because I mean that's how I knew you. That's how I and I know that's how Canada knows you you walk the streets. Candida Europhobes. Celebrity people have grown up watching you. It is surreal and that really happened when we went daily. Well you know when we were a weekly show it was on the weekends and you had to be individual games when we went daily and started talking about all kinds of other entertainment. Suddenly families were watching the show together and I could palpably feel that whenever I walk around and I still get a little bit of that because people were on for so long yeah. I'm grateful to all of our partners. That then all the viewers that have been watching. Yeah that's always my favorite thing when you come by the fact that the chat in the comments are usually put on either the victim who is being like. Oh my God Lucas. Because they know you and they've again bet you've been doing this for so long doing it so well Oh and also you're one of the few people in the games industry. No one ever talked shit about. Everybody loves me. I had a little shit at this year. which is even that like? I think it was the normal thing where it was Okay clearly this isn't every started going crazy understandably. Yeah and it was like all right cool but that's not what Vick we do know. That was the whole thing. That's how vic would do this. Yeah Yeah it as an entrepreneur and I know that you're you have the same kind of perspective is what when you build something you know hard it is to build things. Yeah so when I interview people or I critique things I have that perspective I have that kind of awareness fairness that people don't set out to build shitty things and so you don't have to come in with this binary kind of attitude that this sucks and this is great. This sucks and this is awesome and so much of honestly. I don't want to throw shade at Youtube but so much of what I see on Youtube is is that it's like people just want to pile on the want to celebrate something too much or hate hate something too much. You know. It's funny where we have a bunch of inside baseball questions later about values and how it's all comes together but I do think that a lot of that comes with Youth in not knowing exactly what you're doing so I don't mean you in terms of age but in terms of I'm going to be a reviewer I'm GonNa Review Stuff I look back at my reviews from two thousand seven to two two thousand ten thousand dollars in cringe because like I m being mean and I m being. I am ignoring how long it took these people to make something. Because I didn't know that at the time and that you also want to set set up a you're setting up your own boundaries. On how you're going to look at this stuff as well you're defining your viewpoint and all you have is that moments moments in time and that feels like a totality. It feels like I've got a really greg whole life so I know what game and then Game Rule Ford another five ten years ears and your perspective changes for sure but you know honestly I I say this a lot into People that watch our stuff is Take these opinions in and get to know the individuals which I still firmly believe could Cisco Niebuhr were you know they were the the guy. That's that's what I based reviews on the run on which it was a key part of what electric playground heart and soul was. They were The Best of the In the game and they really understood how to use their personalities to help flavor their material and you get to know them as individuals and you would sort of base your opinion on that and I think that's still holds true to this day. I think it's really important into not just blindly trust any viewpoint or any brand but get to know the individuals and see how your tastes align and then you can kind of use that as a a bit of a guiding star for what you're gonNA sample one hundred checkout. That's the power of what we do now. Right the fact that you go to youtube channels podcasts websites because you like personalities you understand what that personality analogy is the fact that you know to using example from kind of funny this year on the subway one of our best friends was able to go in and post. It'd be like moonlighters. Greg Miller ask game name and I looked at that and I'm like they know me incredibly well so I am is amazing. I grabbed it and I was like. How did I miss this? How could I have not known? This was both ways about the tourist which already it should tell them about. The tourist. Jurist is an amazing game from Shin. And I think it's only on the switch right now and this is the team that brought the fast arm X. Games out there and It is is like a little action role playing game a little adventure kind of mode in there. Some puzzles to solve but lots of Little Fund tongue-in-cheek details the fact that the main character looks like a block version. Asian of David Harbour from stranger. Things I love it. It's so endearing and it's so funny like you run into this DJ and he wants new music so you go into a record shop when you buy a bunch of music and you bring to this party and it gets the party thump in and then you get some money that you know. It's just lots of little sort of clockwork intricacies like that but really make the game charming charming. It's awesome a very very excited to be happy. You're here for the entire run of the shells. Where can people keep up with You can watch all of our content on our youtube channel AT YOUTUBE DOT COM flash. APN TV and You can check us out on twitter. 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Natasha Romanoff gets the origin story she deserves in Black Widow trailer
"This time will move who move back to the Marvel Marvel universe because so many things happened in the marvel universe. You know it's just constant news coming out of there and this is that there is a first trailer for black widow. The Solo Film. I saw on facebook today. One of my friends posted a reference to this and I think his comment was about damn time so at least one person who is excited for this. Let's see so Natasha. Romanoff off black widow is getting her own. Solo movie. Black widow is set after the events of captain. America's civil war just to put it in the timeline for for marvel movies stories etc.. It's a time when all where all the vendors had to do some self reflection on what being a superhero really meant meant and one that put a Natasha Romanoff into a crisis of self reflection as Scarlett Johansson explained in an interview with Vanity Fair. Are we just wrapped black widow like two weeks ago or something like that. So it's very fresh in my mind and I don't have the total perspective on it yet. It's a film film about self forgiveness and it's a film about family. I think in life we sort of come of age many times. And you have these kind of moments where you're in a transitional phase and then you move sort of beyond it and I think in the black widow standalone film. I think the character is at when we find her a moment of real crisis and throughout the film by facing herself a lot of ways and a lot of things that make her her she actually kind of comes through that crisis on the other side and we start to be able to reset set where she's a more grounded self possessed person so that's her journey. Well I hope anyway again. That was a quote from a Scarlett Johansson in an interview with Vanity Fair hints of that journey are seen in the trailer on Natasha Tells Yelena below who is played by Flori- pugh. We have unfinished business. We have to go back to where it all started and for black widow part of going back to back as putting together a team that not only consists of Yelena but Melina Astakhov played by Rachel Vice and Alexei Shostakovich Known as the Red Guardian David played by David Harbored Harbor. Excuse me and the trailer also gives us our first look at the film's Big Bad than Torius taskmaster and So there is that first glimpse an black widow will be opening. May I twenty twenty so you do have a few more months to wait although twenty twenty is right around the corner. It's crazy. How fast this year went by just moosh? I'm pretty sure that New Year's was like a week ago. Last New Year's it just feels like it was crazy fast. Are you excited for the new. Black widow. STANDALONE on film. Are you intrigued to find out. What Natasha's journey is going to look like and how this team is going to interact And where this is going to take black widow in her character arc. Although you're kind of backtracking in time which can be a you know you gotta got to keep it all straight in your head. So hopefully you're you're better at that at that than I am. I said before I definitely need a marvel universe for dummies thing. We need a very detailed synopsis of everything to Keep It all straight
"david harbor" Discussed on Fresh Air
"Percent everywhere else. When you want all that you need the capital one Walmart rewards card awards in your wallet terms and exclusions apply capital one and a cartoonist gain? Wilson died November twenty first at the age of eighty nine. He was known on for his cartoons. In The New Yorker Playboy and National Lampoon. His work was often described. As Mick COBB and weird in an appreciation of Wilson published in The New Yorker cartoonist. Michael Maslin described Wilson as liking to depict ordinary folks encountering some kind of anxious terror or experiencing the unthinkable in mundane endanger places. Gan Wilson was a fan of vampire. And where Wolf movies and even made his own pilgrimage to Transylvania to visit the historic castle. Dracula Woah I spoke with Wilson in nineteen eighty six. He told me he was fascinated by monsters and thought they were great metaphors for human fears and weaknesses. Here's an an excerpt of that interview. Another theme that recurs in your work is childhood fears in especially some of the really irrational ones that we all have have the toilet monsters. Really one of my favorite tournament. Mosser is if in the middle of this Camila nights you have to go to the bathroom You have to be very careful because There is thing who lives down in in the works underneath. They're all coming is Is is a source of great peril endanger because It it it goes from the known world into the unknown depths there and that's why we have all these things about the snakes coming into the bathtub via the drain in and We know of course about the Crocodiles in the sewers and all that sorta stuff. There's also this thing which is somehow associated with toilet relatives down there and at night if you Flush the toilet. You're liable to waken it and it you may come up and get you so you have to be your flesh and get the hell out very quickly. We really worried about that. Well well I that one Actually I thank God. I wasn't I this this was this was something that I heard from somebody else. But a lot of the other ones Okay thank the face. What's going to happen if you may face? If you're if you make a face in somebody's startles you'll get slapped in the back or an explosion or backfire. Something like that. He's got to watch out. Because it might freeze on your face forever. So you'll have the coin tune God for the rest of your life and then there's other a lot of stuff stuff happens is because parents don't understand and make you do things you. There are obvious they're fail. I mean like Eating Cherries with milk. Every kid knows eating chairs within the or something else that depends on the region and so on there are various combinations of food which are fatal and parents. Don't don't understand that. And they make the kid kid do it anyhow and the kid does it. Because he's a good kid and kills him and the parents feel very bad because they've done it but that's that's life that's the way it goes. That's part of growing. Yeah and there's also stuff like trying to cope with the mysterious areas like if something falls down into into a drain or something Like a ball or a dime rolls. Don't reach into the thing with your bare hands because Something may get it. You know your fingers the whole hand and pull you in something like that. What about water fountains waterfalls and germs are typically? Contagion is a big kid thing And of course a water fountain is a massive of Horrible contagious possibilities. And the thing is that if you a rub the fountain top part carefully little happens Jones Garon underneath a little edge there and wait and then when you turn the water that will pop out get at you and it goes on like that. It's a So you you you can't you can't There's no safety. If you're a kid anywhere Weirdo you have a chapter in your book. Gain Wilson's America devoted to smile buttons. You smell buttons. Exemplify the whole idea of phony refund. Yeah the They they they irritate me. Very much. I suppose one reason is because as a humorist I am I particularly aware of the the value of of what a smile represents. I mean this is a smile is an extraordinary sorry achievement and humanity Has done it. I mean there's animals have got a sense of fun and They like to Frisk. And they they they have that kind of rudimentary idea of absurdity and silliness and all that but A real I'll smile is a human thing I mean. This is quite remarkable. Damn saying and it's very brave and it's very Insightful it's It's it's very profound and to say make these little fake slap on stickers smiles is Cheapens them and and And doesn't understand them and makes makes very light of of of them and also the other aspect is they've been grabbed onto by the worst possible. Jerky is people. And so you'll find yourself on you know atrocious airlines and This crummy plane which the inflammable seats and The stewardess will give you insulting service. And then she'll slap this disgusting plate of garbage by John Your little thing which is supposed to be lunch. And then you'll look you'll see on the little napkin assists smile l.. I mean that's the final touch. Don't take all the rest of it. I mean it can stand the rest of it but the smile. Let's too much. Draw the line that smile. Did you draw a little monsters in the margins. If you're not I didn't need and I had a strange experience in that I went through some stuff that from the family My parents are dead and there was a bunch of stuff there and I There's one box which had these drawings I'd done on as a little teeny bitsy kid and they were preliterate really a little busy and they're monsters. They're Ma Ma all kinds of stuff like that and there's a member one has an mothers loving handed says Strange Monster come to kill us all and so I was doing that kind of uh-huh junk way back then when you came to New York with your portfolio of cartoons and tried to sell them to magazines. Was it hard to get in. And I I'm still still regarded as as sort of far out and and Some circles and at that point I was really really far out and and I mean I was really bizarre. They in the Ri. What would happen to me was singularly frustrating seeing where The editors would would you take a look at this stuff and laugh at it hysterically and just think it was. Marvin complement me on this. Is Marlene Kidger really great. This is great stuff kid but our readers would never understand it and they would hand it back to me and That was my big block that They they figured that I was beyond the those those jerks out there. Could you maybe describe a couple of those early cartoons. Oh sure See there's a fellow and he's in a Cannibal Pot. He's being uncooked and he has a evil kind of space and he has a bottle poison. These pouring the poison in the water is being cooked in and that was one and then let me see Oh they were. There was a one way or this little kid. And he's with his father and they're in a snowstorm storm. And there's this dead bird On the snowbank with his feet in the air and little kids pointing out and looked at the first robin that kind of stuff. Love was very much in keeping with what I do today. You have a very rounded signature lesser are really pretty round did you work at. What your signature would-be when you were signing cartoons and use the same signature to to endorse your checks? The signature on the checks is considerably sloppier. So don't try anything. The other thing is I I was always irritated at cartoonists who shyly scrawled their signatures. That you could make the what the why are they going to all this trouble and they then they're on the bottom. I didn't like that and I also didn't like these old time signatures. That have little hearts over the dots and all that sort of stuff so I thought let's just write the damn name okay. And that's what I do. I try right clearly and neatly so that anybody can read it if they're so oh incline. That's that's really what I do with. This is a nice signature and fool around with sometimes i. I liked what I liked to do very often as I like to like I. I'm looking at this one here. I see I've there's a horizon line and I've got the gay on top by the horizon. I've got the Wilson under horizon line. That's cute and then I have one one little Table Leg and I've got the little sort of tail at the end of the the ends at the end and the Wilsonville sort of coyly going behind the leg of the tail. I like to fool around with it. That way okay. I want to thank you again Wilson so much for being with cartoons and I really. Oh thank you for being here today regardless well time cartoonist. Gayan Wilson recorded in nineteen eighty six. He died November twenty first at the age of eighty nine tomorrow on fresh air my guest will be. BJ Miller a hospice and palliative care doctor. WHO's the former director of the Zen Hospice Guesthouse in San Francisco? Cisco he started this work because he came close to death when he was a sophomore in college and jumped on top of a park commuter train and got electrocuted he lost both legs below his knees and one arm below his elbow. He's the CO author of the new book a beginner's guide to the end. I hope you'll join.
"david harbor" Discussed on Fresh Air
"Still worried about it. I mean I I do I continue to take medication for this. I have found though that my stability has been the thing that is benefited. My stability in this by far has been psychoanalysis and the validation of my narrative by the culture to a certain degree fame has also helped my Problems and so- medication does have a place in this I think for acute cases it can be very helpful but I think if you don't go go into the trauma as I didn't for years I I use medication but I would. I would descend again and again and I would continue to have problems mm-hmm so I think what you have to investigate his. You know you gotta go to the source of the wounds and the wounds are psychic You know and and you have to really go in there. And I found that I've been in psychoanalysis for four years and I've been very stable for four years and that's a direct correlation whereas I've taken medication for What is it like eighteen years and I have not been very stable under simple medication and so although medication has helped in certain ways the medical and that's why the medical model is something that's very popular nowadays which is helpful helpful in a certain way but the social model of a madness is something that we need to get more involved? I mean people need I think communities unity's needs to be stronger like our empathy needs to be stronger. It's a very and also like therapy. Social therapies needs to be a lot stronger. Did you start talking about this stuff after stranger things I did. Yeah and you feel like you were doing a public service and in some some ways sort of showing that here. You are an actor who has been able to be successful. And you've you've had to deal with these issues and I mean I've always wanted and I had A. I've always wanted to do it in a very dramatic way too. I had I had a whole speech prepared for an award. Lord I was you know and I didn't win and so that ruined it but But it was stand up and say something exactly exactly I was so excited and then You know because I do feel like I want kit if you're a kid and you like you know live in Oklahoma and and you you're ten years old and you just got diagnosed with OCD or ADHD. Or you know bipolar. I want you. We know that like you know you can be a powerful strong successful even strong cultural voice in this world with this you know Label attached to you. It doesn't define you and it certainly not a death sentence If anything like the Neuro Atypical Salary. I think propels you to being a greater free thinker and more equipped for creativity in certain in ways and I would encourage all those people to not feel outcasted. Act Out in ways that can be gnarly but to actually embrace like their artistic sides and to realize that they're outcasts and their different NECE is also Linked to their specialness they're intertwined In a beautiful way So I did have this big speech prepared I was GonNa you know and I wanted to do publisher and then it just sort of like leaked out I think it was unmarked. Mares is Pakistan they just sort of came up and and I. I think that's probably a better way to go about IT I. I think it's something that I do wish that we would talk. Talk more about because I think everyone in this world know someone with mental illness. It's your mom it's your dad. Your Co worker. It's your friend and and the fact that it is treated Like it's You know for lack of a better word. Such a crazy thing is crazy to me like we should be you discussing it more freely and so I guess it's a public service but to me. It feels like it should be something. That's very normalized and that we really come together to try to fix this. The big complex social issue. If you're just joining us we're speaking with actor. David Harbour will be back after the break. This is fresh air support board for this podcast and the following message come from Uber. Uber is committed to safety and to continuously raising the bar to help make safer journeys for everyone verse starters. All drivers are background checked before their first ride and screened on an ongoing basis and now uber has introduced a brand new safety feature called ride. Check which can detect attack of a trip goes unusually of course and check in to provide support to learn. More about Uber is commitment to safety. VISIT UBER DOT com slash safety Irene. pemberton return is a very responsible person. So it's hard for her to understand how she made the same risky decision twice. I was telling my friend about this and I'm like I. I don't know that girl how we become strangers to ourselves on hidden brain from NPR. This is fresh air. If if you're just joining US speaking with actor David Harbour the U. hosted SNL earlier this year. And there's this great spoof trailer that I wanted to play a little bit of. I'm chirp probably a lot of people seeing this. But it's a parody of the Todd Phillips Movie The joker Replacing the lead character with another green hair green. I character so I just want to play a little bit about of this in the beginning your garbage collector. So here we go stay late. ADDS mission colonel like him as fast so much most relieving. WanNa wake me. Tam hosking wasted grouts man from the studio that brought you joker and the twisted minds at sesame workshop comes the next Gritty Anti anti-hero origin story. Why do you think you're always in such a bad mood? Things get worse out. The neighborhood of three has now become even of crime and Corruption Guy Smiley. ABC D E F G News. So so what was it like for you to host us in L.. was that something you sort of imagine yourself doing it. It was a dream come true. I mean I've watched show since I was six years old. My parents and I don't think I have to do anything else in this world. I think I've AH once I've always wanted to host SNL. And I never thought I would ever do it And so it was literally dream. Come true it was also the most terrifying thing I've ever done about halfway into the week I was figuring out ways to try to break my leg so I could get out of it because the pace acis crazy right crazy and they you know you just don't know if anything's GonNa work and it just all comes together at eleven thirty Saturday night right and things and oh totally and even as the shows running things are changing and lines are. It's crazy but the Oscar. The grouch thing was really special. It was the only thing that I came in and pitched. Oh that was. You're right eight. Yeah it was me and my girlfriend came up with this idea and actually it is fight because me and my girlfriend came up with this idea. We thought it'd refunding his Barney the dinosaur or something and then I was at my brother in law and my sister's house and my brother-in-law is like it'd be funny if it was Oscar. The grouch and I was like oh that's kind of genius so the the three of us came up with this idea and so I told street or Mikey Day. These writers I said As again and maybe some parody of joker like an origin urgent story of Oscar. The grouch and they started riffing in the room there again. Maybe there's homophobic slurs on Burton Ernie's door and you know just all the tragic things that could go down on sesame street and It developed into this amazing wonderful thing because of the genius writers and Production People. They have have there. I mean it's an incredible operation. The fact that they we mounted that road it mounted in three days basically from Thursday. Saturday is incredible for someone who's maybe thought of themselves as an outsider or a misfit even in in your chosen career what's it like now to be So celebrated for your work like how does that change your point of view about yourself. It's I mean the short answer is it's great And the longer answer I guess is that it somewhat complex I do feel like I have a certain new confidence with what I do. And that's that has its own good and bad too because I. There was a hunger anger that I had for years and years around. Not being seen that is sort of good for my creativity as well Right so you don't get complacent. Yeah Yeah exactly but I you know I managed to as I go along. I'll managed to throw out enough terrible projects. So then I'll I'll stop be place is it. And then I'll have another success and then I'll throw a couple more bad ones. So yeah I I'M GONNA ride the wave. Don't worry David. Thanks so much for being here. Thanks as my pleasure. David Harbour Stars in the NETFLIX series. Stranger things as the police chief Jim Hopper after we take a short break will remember John Wilson who who is best known for his cartoons in the New Yorker Playboy and National Lampoon. He died in November at the age of eighty. Nine will listen back to my nineteen eighty-six interview you. This is fresh air support for fresh air and the following message come from rocket mortgage by quicken loans. Imagine how it feels to have an award winning team mortgage experts make the home buying process smoother for you with a history of industry leading online lending technology. Rocket Mortgage is changing the game visit rocket mortgage dot com slash fresh air equal housing lender licensed in all fifty states n MLS consumeraccess dot org number thirty thirty rocket mortgage by quicken loans push-button get mortgage this message comes from NPR sponsor capital one with the capital one Walmart rewards card. 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"david harbor" Discussed on Fresh Air
"By your mom when you could leave a lot of things. I shouldn't and some kind of black hole. Yeah it's a new thing in outer for space it sucks everything towards it and destroys. Sarah had a picture book about Sarah. Is there a serious. My girl snuggle girl. She kind of thing achier she left. Yeah mm-hmm The black hole and somehow mm-hmm just been scared in just been scared. They would take you to his US. Why get so mad? I'm so sorry for everything you could be so so stupid stupid. It's to use. We broke up. I don't hate the way this whole book. Kinda cool it..
"david harbor" Discussed on Fresh Air
"From whyy in Philadelphia. I'm terry gross with fresh air. Today David Harbour who stars in the Netflix series stranger things as the skeptical police chief of his sleepy town besieged by supernatural events. Many of his Co stars are teenagers. Harbor doesn't have children but working with the young actors has giving him a sense of how fulfilling being parent could be. But then they're also all the annoyance of being a parent to like. I felt like they throw tantrums. Or they make you know Fart art jokes all the time also talk about dealing with his bipolar disorder and we remember New Yorker cartoonist. Gain Wilson who died last month a lot of his cartoons related to childhood fears his own and others. Just watch kids. Most people. Don't watch kids people. Just don't they sing. Is that cute. And it's not cute little kid which is suffering little. so-and-so that's coming up on fresh air. Our guest David Harbour Stars in the popular Netflix series. Stranger things and if you don't watch that perhaps you recognize him from having hosted Saturday night. Live this season on an episode. That was just rebroadcast on Saturday on stranger. Things harbor plays the police chief in the fictional town of Hawkins Indiana in the nineteen eighties when the disappearance of a twelve year old boy leads to the discovery of a secret government. Agency that kidnaps children with psycho kinetic powers their experiments have accidentally opened a portal to when alternate dimension filled with monsters that started attacking the town of years earlier harbors character. Jim Hopper lost his daughter to cancer which tore apart. Part is marriage when stranger things begins he suffering from depression and self medicating with pills and alcohol. But as he is drawn into the supernatural events surrounding Hawkins he's able to draw himself up and become a hero albeit flawed one as he bands together with a group of adolescence to fight the monsters he he even adopts a girl who escaped from the secret government agency. She goes by the name. Eleven and has played by Millie. Bobby Brown David Harbour spoke with fresh air producers Sam brigger. They started with a clip from season. Three of stranger things. Jim hoppers adopted daughter. Now has a boyfriend. That couple spends a a lot of time in her bedroom making out. And it's driving hopper crazy so he seeks advice from Joyce the mother of one of the band of kids who he also has feelings for. Our choice is played by Winona Ryder and then L.. She just slams the door right in my face aren't smug son of a Bitch Mike. He's corrupting our. I'm telling you and I'm just GONNA lose it. I am going to lose it. Joyce take it down oppor. I need for them to break up. That is not your decision. They're spending entirely too much time together. You agree with me about that right. I mean they're just kissing right. Yeah but it is constant it is constant okay. That is not normal. All that is not healthy. You can't just force them apart. I mean they're not little kids anymore hop they're teenagers if you order them around like a cop then they're you're going to rebel. It's just what they do so what I'm just supposed to let them do whatever they want. I didn't say that I think you should talk to them now. No because talking doesn't work not yelling not ordering talk to them heart a heart to heart. What is that you sit them down and you talk to them like you're their friend? I find if you talk to them. Like you're on their level than they really start to listen immuno we could start to create some boundaries brown yet hot. It's really important that no matter how they respond you. Stay Calm Tom. You cannot lose your temper. Maybe you could do it for me. That's a scene From stranger things season three between Winona Ryder and our guest. David Harbour David Harbour. Welcome to fresh air. Thanks so your character Tim Hopper. What's his arc? In the third season. It seems like he's frustrated a lot. He's frustrated is adopted daughter and her boyfriend respect him. He's also frustrated romantically. I think he has feelings for owner rider. How did you decide to play him this last season? Yeah I mean it's funny. No He's gone through a lot of stuff over over the years. It's been two years and you know in the first year. He was sort of struggling with coming alive again after the death of his his daughter and fighting this monster and then in season two he struggles further with opening up and again he fights a a huge inter dimensional monster and This season his greatest challenge arises which is His daughter starts kissing boys in the other room next next to him. And I think that like he's crazier than ever this season and I think that's the fun kind of paradox of The show is that or even the characters he's just a guy like hopper who can is very capable in certain ways he's a very capable. Detective is very capable. You know in season two building trip wires outside his house. I mean he's a very capable man in certain ways and then when it comes to relationships. He's sort of incapable and certainly in terms of raising raising a teenage daughter. He's just completely prepared for that right. And so it's sort of thrust him into the arms of Joyce in a sense. I mean she's a single. Oh mother who's done very well by it and I think that the initial there is attraction and serve longing underneath there but the big impulse. This season is that he needs some help for you. Know being a single parent. I think he has no idea. I think that's really what binds them now As he said like the character starts out the the beginning of the show Very damaged his daughter died that destroyed his marriage I think it's like maybe five years later. And he's self medicating with pills. He's drinking drinking in the morning He's surly depressed a lot of the time but from the beginning the way you play him like you can tell there's a lot more below all that you know He's he's really smart. He can't be empathetic Underneath so as an actor. How'd you let all those layers peek through That's a good question I mean. I think that it's almost like I get a little bit self conscious when I talk about this grant terms but I do. I do feel this way so anyone who is annoyed with actress who speaking grand terms please pause recording and this is what I'm GonNa go there. I do think that like the great painters of old. There's something like in Vermeer. Ah Layers and layers and layers of paint and you'll start with like a base color and then paint over and over and over in that and then something else emerges this but underneath that is all that color and all that life a lot of it's just sitting in a room and like by yourself not going on twitter Just just imagining things or using I do some stuff called sense. Memory which is like to develop sort of a world for this character assistant and certain certain Certain things emerge from a two dimensional script. I remember like early on with hopper. There was something where Joyce comes to see him to ask about her son's disappearance and she wants hoppers. Help he is. The chief of police is job. You're supposed to do and he won't help her. I mean he just says You know that it's his probably nothing even make some joke about the kid being gay I I think she says his friends call him gay and I think he goes easy and In that moment I sort of realized that like you know you have this moment with the script where you're reading it over and over again you sort of think. Think of all these things and I did have this realization and this became sort of a cornerstone for his journey of like He. When Joyce comes and says that she's lost cost her kid? There's a sense of in that. Where hopper is happy that someone else's experiencing the same pain that he is and I think in the same moment he feels like such a piece because he felt happy at someone else losing their kid that he sort of realizes that You know he has to die in a sense and so the whole arc of the whole show from me has been this idea of sacrifice with him. You also said that this character the plane is character. Changes you in in. What ways do you mean that you know hoppers a guy who is forty years old in nineteen eighty the three So he's of even a little older than my dad's generation and I relate him a lot to my granddad who who flew gliders and war to Was a guy from Texas lived in Houston became stainless steel guy. And and I remember growing up my grandma and this is not in a bad way just like you know when I would cry. She used to Kinda grab me and say like boys. Don't cry you don't cry you know. And there's a certain love of that that I that I've always had but this character sort of allowed me to explore a lot of that rugged rugged Americana Masculinity that I have in my lineage in my bloodline but I I rarely get a chance being a you know Manhattan Very Liberal. Oh actor to really go to You also said that the duffer brothers is the show is gone on have sort of tailored the roles to fit with the actors do particularly well or just sort of as they've observed the actors. They've altered the role in a way that seems to make sense to them. So can you give an example of how they've done that with you. You know I think that one of the things they wanted to see after seeing what was to put together just to see what that would bring out and I think they're they're in writing specifically for character combinations a lot of times and then in season three I think they they wanted to allow me to be. You know I could be sort of a big wacky guy in a certain way and I and I wasn't allowed to be that on the show I mean hoppers very contained in a certain way a lot of his stuff is is very internal in the first two seasons He's shut down a lot of ways and I think they wanted to sort of open them up and see what happened because I can be very you. You know wacky and strains and I think we allowed hopper to have some of that Rom com life to him In this a big you know even down to his Choice of shirts He's just got a certain colorful to the season that I think they like about me and they wanted to put into the character. l'amour there's a bit of a screwball comedy going on between you and when Ryder. Yeah exactly I love that. I mean we watch you know. Movies like midnight run and Bird on a wire. These old like you know eighties kind of classic Rom Com Buddy comedy things which I loved growing.
Millie Bobby Brown And Netflix discussed on Donna and Steve
"Members of stranger things, filming has officially wrapped or season with three of that show Millie Bobby Brown and David harbour both posted photos of themselves that confirm the news, we can expect to see the new season of stranger things season three in the summer of twenty nine thousand nine hundred and also over on Netflix. We have a date for the
Superstitions from around the world
"Spirits living there similar expressions to knock on wood exists today in a Rebac Brazilian Finnish. German Czechoslovakian English Greek and Finnish. Other superstitions across cultures include crossing your fingers for good luck four leaf clovers as lucky charms and sneezes causing some change in luck. Be it good or bad as human beings in an often chaotic world, we all try to control our destinies one knock number or bless you at a time. Today's episode was written by Deborah Ronca and produced by Tyler clang for more on this and lots of other lucky topics. Visit our home planet past works dot com. Attention vans of stranger things. Hey, everybody. It's Chuck Bryant for movie crush, and I wanted to alert you to a couple of very special episodes stranger things specials part one and two with joke. Erie, David harbour and Brett Gilman. We talk a lot about stranger things. And you get a really good inside. Look what it's like to work on one of the coolest shows on TV. Here's a little famil-. What about the duffers where those guys give you a lot of leeway in finding your character where they had pretty specific things in mind. I think I got one note the entire season. So and I was doing crazy stuff. Like this stuff. There's like little scenes in there that were written in a certain way that like there's one scene where I come out of the house, and Jonathan follows me out in his like, I want to come with you. And I just like I hit him like in the shoulder. Stay with your mom. So check it out stranger things fans on the apple podcast app.
Are Any Superstitions Universal?
"My father is Keith hunter just Persson. He's known as the happy face serial killer. On one side of the coin is a loving family, man. And then on the other side of the coin he is everything that could hurt he goes from protected or predator. Happy face a new series from house to forks, new episodes out every Friday on apple podcasts or wherever you get podcast. Welcome to brain stuff from how stuff works. Hey, brain stuff, I'm Lauren Bogle bomb. And even if you don't believe in the power of superstition, you may sometimes find yourself knocking on wood crossing your fingers or wearing your lucky baseball cap during the World Series. Although we know scientifically that these things don't actually affect the outcome of anything we still find them comforting eight twenty fourteen study by behavioral scientists at the university of Chicago suggested that when people perform a physical action to avoid bad luck or harm. The ritual comes their mind superstitions span cultures countries and centuries. Every culture has its own unique set of superstitions. However, MS raises an interesting question are any superstitions common. Across cultures superstitions revolving around numbers are abundant worldwide. The specific numbers may vary. For example, the number thirteen is widely regarded to bring bad luck in western cultures. There's even a name for this fear. Triscuit deca phobia other cultures have superstitions about different. Numbers in China and Japan. It's the number four because the pronunciation is similar to words for death. The number nine in Japan is feared because its pronunciation sounds like a word for torture. Some Italians consider Friday the seventeenth to be bad luck because the Roman numeral for seventeen xfi I can be rearranged to V I X I A Vicky translated from Latin means my life is over in many parts of the world the appearance of a cat is considered bad luck. Although this isn't true across all cultures. Black cat still hold a place in global superstitions in ancient Egypt. Cats were worshiped as gods and kept in homes to bring prosperity in Italy. If your cat sneezes, good luck is on the way in some parts of Europe. Black cat crossing. Your path is good luck. However in the new world Puritans believed black cats were related to witches, and therefore were considered a bad omen the action of knocking on wood or touching wood for good luck. Goes back millennia and exists across the world. Some people. Is believed fairies or spirits lived inside trees, and they would knock on or touch the tree wants to request a wish and one more time to express thanks or they believed that the knocking would distract any evil spirits living there similar expressions to knock on wood exists today in a Rebac Brazilian Finnish. German Czechoslovakian English Greek and Finnish. Other superstitions across cultures include crossing your fingers for good luck four leaf clovers as lucky charms and sneezes causing some change in luck. Be it good or bad as human beings in an often chaotic world, we all try to control our destinies one knock number or bless you at a time. Today's episode was written by Deborah Ronca and produced by Tyler clang for more on this and lots of other lucky topics. Visit our home planet past works dot com. Attention vans of stranger things. Hey, everybody. It's Chuck Bryant for movie crush, and I wanted to alert you to a couple of very special episodes stranger things specials part one and two with joke. Erie, David harbour and Brett Gilman. We talk a lot about stranger things. And you get a really good inside. Look what it's like to work on one of the coolest shows on TV. Here's a little famil-. What about the duffers where those guys give you a lot of leeway in finding your character where they had pretty specific things in mind. I think I got one note the entire season. So and I was doing crazy stuff. Like this stuff. There's like little scenes in there that were written in a certain way that like there's one scene where I come out of the house, and Jonathan follows me out in his like, I want to come with you. And I just like I hit him like in the shoulder. Stay with your mom. So check it out stranger things fans on the apple podcast app.
Do Boomers and Gen-Xers Really Work Harder Than Millennials?
"It's baritone date, Thurston host of spit. I heart radio newest podcast, twenty three and me where we explore how understanding your DNA changes, how we think about ourselves and the world around us. We've got the why cleft John. We have so much more in common than you could even imagine you put two kids together. They're going to want to play. They're gonna wanna have a good time. They gonna wanna fall in. Love have opinions. This is every kid listen to the full episode of spit with twenty three and me in the iheartradio app four wherever you listen to podcasts. Welcome to brain stuff from how stuff works. Hey, brain stuff, learned vocal bomb here. Thanks to popular books like generation me and a rash of kids these days cover stories and major magazines. It's easy to believe that millennials usually defined as people born between nineteen Eighty-one in nineteen. Ninety nine are wildly different than their coworkers from generation x. born between nineteen sixty five and nineteen eighty and the baby boomer generation that's nineteen forty six to nine hundred sixty four employers have so much faith in the millennial mythology that they've changed the way they recruit hire, train and develop employees, teams of well, paid consultants have convinced CEOs that millennials represent an entirely new species of worker that's less focused, less loyal and far less willing to work hard than preceding generations. But is it really true. When researchers have gone digging for hard data backup, the negative stereotypes of millennial workers, they've repeatedly come up empty. The real explanation for the perceived differences between the work ethic and commitment of millennials versus Xers versus boomers has much less to do with the year that they were born versus the age on their driver's license. If you're thinking, isn't that the same thing? Well, not exactly. We spoke with David Costanza associate professor of psychology and organizational sciences at George Washington University, who co authored an influential study on generational differences? In two thousand fifteen. He explains that generational assignments. Like boomer or millennial are somewhat arbitrary, but age is a strong predictor of work experience and more experienced tenured workers tend to have a stronger work ethic and more corporate loyalty than younger workers. In other words, being a boomer is a weaker predictor of work ethic than simply being sixty five Costanza said, if you look back twenty forty or sixty years, the. Same pattern of differences shows up again. And again, the youngest generation is always the least dedicated the least satisfied and the most mobile twenty years ago that was generation x forty years ago. It was the boomers. Now, it's the millennials. For example, an article published in the American sociological review in nineteen sixty one bemoaned the decaying system of values apparent in people's work ethic. The argument went that the so called Protestant work ethic. The belief in the importance of hard work and a disapproval of too much leisure. Time and activities was responsible for the economic success of Europe and the United States. But apparently there was widespread consensus that the younger generation of midwestern farmers were straying from the rugged self reliance of their fathers and quote, finding meaning in strength through constant associations with others rather than themselves. They were also quote, shameless consumers. Just imagine if those farmers that had Facebook and Amazon prime, a new study from Wayne State university backs up Costanza 's conclusion. That age is a much better predictor of work attitudes than being a millennial or boomer. The researchers performed an in-depth meta analysis of Seventy-seven work ethic studies published between nineteen sixty and twenty fifteen, and they found absolutely no empirical difference between the responses of say eighteen to twenty two year old college students in nineteen sixty eight versus two thousand eight regarding the Protestant work ethic. The real change happens as these young punks get older and more experienced. The authors suggest that when the current group of millennials aged forty years, they'll think the new kids are lazy to the most important takeaway from this research is at the popular public perception of lazy millennials is not only inaccurate. It's also bad for business. Costanza said it leads to these sweeping generalizations that can prompt organizations to make these really poor decisions and to invest in training development or compensation systems that don't do any good. If managers are telling the CEO that younger employees don't seem to be engaged in committed to their work. That's definitely a problem, but it's not a millennial problem. Costanza equates the millennial myth with these stereotypes that employers had about women workers, half a century ago that there was no point promoting a woman to a management position because she eventually get married, have kids and leave or the painful racial and ethnic stereotypes. Historically faced by minority workers. Costanza said if workers aren't committed or they're not satisfied, or they're not sticking around find out why that is an address. It don't rely on these myths and stereotypes. Today's episode was written by Dave rou and produced by Tyler clang for more on this and lots of other productive topics, visit our home planet tau stuff, works dot com. Attention vans of stranger things. Hey, everybody, it's Chuck Bryant for movie crush and I wanted to alert you to a couple of very special episodes, stranger things, specials, part one and two with Joe Carey, David harbour and Brett Gelman we talk a lot about stranger things and you get a really good inside. Look what it's like to work on. One of the coolest shows on TV here's a little sample. What about the duffers? Were those guys give you a lot of leeway in finding your character where they had pretty specific things in mind? I think I got one note the entire season, so and I was doing crazy stuff like this stuff. There's like little scenes in there that were written in a certain way that like there's one scene where I come out of the house and Jonathan follows me out in his like own come with you, and I just like I just hit him like in the shoulder McStay with your mom. So check it out. Stranger things
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