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Fresh update on "harper" discussed on Pop Culture Leftovers
"So that's a funny one in the first season. That's really good but man you gotta watch that first season billy. I think he'd really dig it. Dude no i definitely will. I probably honestly. I'll probably watch it tonight. So that was loved death robots. We broke up. This is on video on demand and it's in theaters. Laurean dug a longtime couple. Who break up just days before. Laurie sister's sister be as wedding to jason. In order to not disrupt the fun the couple decides to pretend they're still together until the weekend is over directed by jeff rosenberg. It starts aia cash from your the worst She was in the boys. Hugh had a little small parton wolf of wall street. And then william jackson harper from the good place and i love iowa cash so i was like i gotta watch this movie. Who got a chance to see this. One billy jake. You didn't see it. But i know billy a trista. Did you get a chance to see. We broke up though. I did so okay. All right we saw it. What did you think about. I'm going to start off. Actually i'll give it a taste. It i feel like there is a lot of stuff that i had to wait on too long to that. I wanted to have of like revealed a little bit earlier because like they're they're together and having this conversation they have great chemistry in banter and then he's caught up in a moment and asked her to marry him and she starts to vomit and then he breaks up with her and then they have to go. They've been together for ten years. They have to go to this wedding together. But here's the thing it's like. I guess i just didn't care that they broke up. Because i didn't know they didn't really get into like the whole conversation. That happened after the whole conversation of them really breaking up. We just didn't get to see that. Like i didn't really care that they broke up. And so i mean that stuff is explored later on in the movie. But i don't know that this movie did a great job of really connecting me with their relationship in like a relationship if somebody that's been together for ten years and like the relationship ends like that's huge and i just didn't feel that impact. I didn't feel that impact. i mean. that's a huge loss. Like i didn't feel that impact until really the end of the movie. And i don't know if that was. I think it's a disservice to the movie. I don't know i'm making any sense with this. But and some of the humor didn't work but go. Yeah go ahead belly. No i agree i. It's like it's like there. Were really good elements of a traditional again. This is really just supposed to be a rom com at the end of the day. So it's not really trying to do too much calculus but it's like you said it's almost like the blocking of that stuff. Did the movie a disservice. There's not really like any outrageous. I'm thinking back into it. Nothing where i'm like. Oh that performance was so tara bore. Hated that person but like you said you didn't. The movie didn't really have you rooting for the couple. You're more like half throw this move. You're like why are they putting themselves through this. Why why is. Why is this whole premise existing..
Harper Hit in Face, Leaves Game as Phils Beat Cardinals 5-3
"Angela catches run scoring single in the sixth inning snapped a three three tie propels the Phillies to a five to three win over the cardinals at Busch Stadium the questions go ahead hit comes after singles relief pitcher Hannah says Cabrera hits Bryce Harper and Didi Gregorius with pitches Harper was struck in the face and left the game the what if you also get a two run home run for bread Millard RBIs by internet and Gregorius Tyler o'neill and Paul Goldschmidt go deep for the Redbirds the winning pitcher in relief as Brandon Kintzler the loss goes to Cabrera both teams now have records of twelve and twelve I'm Mike Reeves
The Fashion of the 90s, With Colleen Hill
"We are so close to be joined to discuss all of the above with our friend and one of my mentors actually from grad school colleen hill colleen is a curator of costume and accessories at the museum. Fit and her book fashioned in the nineties is the exhibition catalogue for forthcoming exhibition of the same name at the museum at fit calling. We are so thrilled to welcome you to the show today. Welcome to trust colleen. Welcome to journalists. This is very much overdue. Some of our fashion historian. Listeners will probably know that you and i r- very dear friends but we've been trying to get you on forever and ever so. I'm so excited to talk to you today about your new project. Thank you. i'm really happy to be here. Yeah so some time ago you shared with me. I was like what. What are you working on now. And you said that your new project on fashion and the ninety s. And i was like ooh like hell ambitious and the reason i say this is ninety s. Fashion is very tricky period of time to tackle. It's not all that long ago. It's not like it's forgotten. And you and i were actually both teenagers in the ninety s. I think a little bit older than you. So i was early nineties. You're kind of late ninety s but we lived these close firsthand so it's not like we don't know anything about them and that's really interesting in and of itself because it's a bit of a rarity oftentimes that s fashion stories. We're working on periods where we actually wore those fashions. So the reason i'm saying it's tricky is because the nineties. The styles in fashion is exceedingly resistant to categorization. Would you agree with that. Oh yes that was one of the biggest houses with project. And you have this wonderful quote early on in the book and you're quoting a fashion journalist. Marion hume who wrote in harper's bazaar and the december nineteen ninety nine issue. You know like we're right on the edge of like going to the next millennium. And she said quote. We have lurched from modern to retro from glitz glamour from puritan pretty from military to minimal. Only to max. Out at the finale with an opulent flourish of beating and a rash of irony.
Interview With Rebekah Coleman, Newly Elected Judge
"Rebecca coleman the newly elected judge in the state of michigan stony to a district harper woods. First female managed to hold the position and the first african american just be elected at harper woods. Sixty nine year. History coleman defeated incumbent. Daniel palmer on third twenty during the june election. She won the judgeship. By four hundred and forty eight volts or fifty three percent majority vote the newly elected management with focus on community based programs including literacy programs alternative sentencing legal aid and civic and landlord tenant division as well as drug and survive treatment programs for residents. This is not cohen. First attempt at elected office. It was a second bid for judicial office. After running unsuccessfully for wayne county circuit court for years. oh yes although not endorse by the hometown. Newspaper the detroit. News coleman chance to eliminate dish. Oh rubber-stamping i'm john leo. Hanson junior and. Welcome to another edition of in black america up on this week's program. Judge rebecca coma the newly elected magistrate michigan thirty to a district in black america. It was a real grassroots campaign. And this was my second time running for rancher the county about four years prior And didn't really have a clear path. Kinda was just like okay. I'm gonna do this. It's my time. It wasn't my time. But i learned from there that time. You know you have to come up with a plan. You have to know what you're going to do daily and it's it's a real grind grindley like i said i was outside every single day knocking on doors when my brother had a plan on. My loss are going to go down. When miller's we're going now When i wanted to have different events. I did not plan for covert but You know we adapted and and stuck to. It and i said this time i was. I said to myself and my dad and a few others. I said i'm not running again. It's not happening. I this is the time. And i and i wanna put for every single thing. I have so that. I can't look back and say oh i could've you at this to
Eflin pitches into 8th, Phillies beat Cardinals 9-2
"Andrew McCutchen Bryce Harper drive in a pair of runs in a six run Philly second inning and they beat the cardinals ninety two in the first game of a three game series in Philadelphia G. T. reed Mitchell as a two run home run in the seventh the winning pitcher is that Kaplan who is now want to know after working seven plus innings and giving up two runs while striking out six it's kind of the you know just the common denominator is our starting staff as we want to go deep in the games so many of our building as much of a break as possible so they're healthy throughout the whole year and ultimately just in up to twenty baseball so it's nice to go out there and and get some innings and Carlos Martinez takes the loss he's out in three after being touched for six runs over five innings Justin Williams had his first major league home run for the Redbirds I'm Mike Reeves
Freeman homers, drives in 3 as Braves edge Phillies 5-4
"All right Adriana is a scored on a bloop infield hit by pretty premium in the seventh inning as the Atlanta Braves defeated the Philadelphia Phillies five to poor Freeman hit a dribbler to Phillies pitcher Jose Alvarado but instead of going home right away all right turned a second by the time he threw home Adriana's scored the winning run but Braves manager Brian Snitker said to him it was a typical Braves win it seems like it's always there a tight game which is a good thing because then you know I mean it it becomes the normal and and guys you know it didn't phase him at all but we have a Tennessee it seems like the the play that game every night Freeman had a home run and three RBIs Andrew McCutchen and Bryce Harper had solo shots for the bills Gary McPhillips Atlanta
News Corp. buys Houghton Mifflin Harcourt books division
"An agreement to purchase the consumer arm of educational publisher Houghton Mifflin Hard court, which would mark the media companies second deal in less than a week. Deal without a portfolio of high profile novels. Monsters such as George Orwell, Philip Roth and J. R. Are talking to News Corp's Harken Paul HarperCollins Publishers division. The deal indicates that News Corp. Which in addition to Harper, Collins, owns Wall Street Journal and Market Watch publisher Dow
Kevin Jones shares how he expanded his sports podcasts network
"Hey kevin thanks for joining us. Simon man pleasure to be here appreciate you having me so before we talk about your podcast at work. Let's talk about what you were doing. Prior to your podcast network you like you got your start in radio right. What didn't you like about that medium. Yeah i kind of had a long winding journey before and got to blue wire tv in washington. Dc at wsh nine Where i actually like a digital blogger. It was bryce harper's rookie year. Rt threes rookie ear there space on the website to create content kind of l. Put my way into media at a tv station. That i turned that opportunity into the cleveland. Crowds dot com. They were growing their media operation. They had Space on espn eight fifty. They had their own radio show in studio in the building. The i broke into radio there. I was on the team side for the browns. You kind of don't have your own voice in. They were losing quite a bit of game so eventually took an opportunity. Came biard in san francisco. The main am station. It was a wonderful experience for the most part. I saw kaepernick kneeling i the warriors when titles. I got to go on the radio every day. I created digital content. But i didn't see a path forward for someone like myself who was twenty seventeen. I was twenty eight years old. I wasn't going to become a radio host. I wasn't gonna be on tv. And i didn't see enough opportunities and saw a lot of really good free agents on twitter and that's kind of how i stumbled upon blue ir but Yeah my background is really creating content for older digital media platforms. And were you like talking head on the radio. Where you're like a court correspondent like bose kind of your role way more correspondent. I came here in san francisco. Be at the warriors games calling in kevin. Jones live from game six of the western conference vitals. Kevin give us the mood. It would be five ten minute had sometimes team not just the update guy so i got to show up my personality. I wrote digital content. I was tweeting all the time And just treating you making better content. For came we are the most of the radio host For my age group which was articles about the warriors tweets about the forty niners. I was giving kmby. Are that brand name digitally. I wasn't getting rewarded for it and that really pushed me to found blue wire. 'cause i thought i was actually giving more wrong to the radio station online and wasn't getting paid properly short. Did you feel like you had a brand like where people obviously wouldn't recognize you on the street Because they only heard your voice today. Would you be like a bar like. Oh i totally know who you are times. Nothing crazy but you know. That's really what they found. Blue stems from dairy. Is that person in san francisco. He had a warriors podcast. I would getting drinks with him. If people were literally coming up to him and dabbling in sam. I love light years. Love what you do on twitter. It was up one of my a ha moments before i came into company. Is that twitter. Influencers in sports are so undervalued beat reporters for newspaper are kind of going out of style. In my opinion it's a it's a necessary way to get facts and information but Radio hosts are being replaced. In my opinion my twitter influencers youtube post snapchat users who have built communities of people. Yeah i think it's fair to say i have by own brandon. We have one hundred podcasters. I know we're going to get to blue i They have their own brands. And i think that's what makes us different. What's the world's going that way man. It's niche you can be this fantasy football funny guy you can be nerdy a little on the browns. Anyone can pick their lane right now. And then from the radio you went to go work at facebook on like content strategy. What kind of content where you strategizing on. Yeah it was on. The business helped team work out of building. Sixty one in menlo park so anytime. There was a new product launch across functional team facebook. There's a product manager. There's a marketing manager. There's someone who also writes help contact when a user gets the pay what is and that was kind of my role. It was definitely a lower tier. Get your foot in the door at facebook. But i learned a lot about scaling and how the task and project management and just it was a even though. They're not in the news in a good way. The culture they're working there was pretty good. People respectful a challenge each other in a polite way. I was coming from media where people throwing dictionaries at each other in the room. People were getting fired left and right backstabbing each other. Facebook actually gave me a little bit of hope as weird as it is saying this big evil giant stealing all the ad revenue move fast and break things but working inside. That building collaborated with people. Who admired and it kind of gave me the wings that eight. I can take some elements of facebook. Mix it into a sports media company
How Harpers Bazaar follows digital trends to retain its authority in fashion
"So much. Bring on podcast nikki. Thank you for having me. So you've been at harper's bazaar now for what was it like three or four months. It's a it's a new role for you right. this is a new york. But you've come from other notable fashion and lifestyle publications before so you're this is a strong suit for you. This isn't like a new kind of area but how was it starting a new strategic leadership role during a pandemic when the world's remote yet it's i mean starting a sort of new role i think whether you're in leadership or you know just starting your job is weird when it's remote you have to think about how you're going to get to know the team how you're going to deliver feedback. How you're gonna energize. They seem to want to continue working during these like quote unquote crazy times. So it's on. It's tricky but i think it was really great for me to come back to a place like harper's bazaar where i knew a lot of the team already And just sort of hit the ground at the ground running. I think what's particularly interesting about your position and what your colleagues are are looking to do is Harper's bazaar is a legacy fashion brand. It's been around for decades I think i have a coffee table book of lake the covers from the early nineteen hundreds of harper's bazaar it's beautiful but my point is it's a it's old publication Your task though with turning that into a modern digital brand for a younger audience what goes into that process. And how have you been able to do that. during a pandemic yeah. I think when we when i came on and joined late. Attorney coffin. samir. Nassar join the two of them in sort of figuring out what harper's bazaar harper's bazaar dot com gonna look like. We really wanted to go back to you know fashion first and really leaning into our luxury routes but we also have a lot of roots in the feature space so we wanna take back into that as well and so you see a story take for example. We just put a story up today with a profile of martha stewart. And so you see. Somebody like martha stewart. Who is a legacy in a number south but we dressed her in gucci and fear of god and so we wanna make those sort of juicy internet e profiles at people will love but really just speak to what we as a brand do so well and have done so well for well over one hundred years though in that example. I'm assuming that there's probably a lot of like maybe social media elements tied in to take a What would normally be maybe spread in magazine and make it come alive for a much. Larger audience Key talk about you. Know the role that social media on that platform how that's been playing in your editorial strategy and digital strategy. Yeah i mean for the martha stewart story in particular. That story was sort of bread from following martha herself on social media and so she posted over the summer. I believe she posted that amazing sort of like you know beautiful photo of her coming out of a pool and like giving a kiss of the camera and we were like. Oh god martha stewart's kinda major right now like she. Obviously everyone knows apple. What if we lake put her into a sexy little dress or we put her into this suit and put some congress seekers on her and so that story particularly started it was born out of social media and then we were able to blow it out in the pages of the magazine and then have beautiful imagery to put back on social media and so really just sort of trying to think three sixty and trying to really not It's not about A print story or digital story. It's really thinking about the brown. The brand holistically and so when we have a profile like martha you know. How are we going to blow it out on all of the
Padres, Tatis agree on 14 years, $340M
"The padres straight gay fernando tatis ton fourteen years three forty according to our jeff passan key indicator here is kia said before when you give machado money you give harper money. You pull those guys all switch teams. They know something about fernando tatis. He's only twenty two years old. Yeah he's young and he's shown and these establish yourself he's becoming a huge fan favorite in major league baseball something that the boring sport certainly. You're right when he's at the dish or in the field he's kind of like a must watch guy and they definitely need that as the pod tried to creep closer to keys dodge relies. How big us for shortstop. He's my size playing short. He's got good genes dad quite the player as well. His son i think is going to be a little bit better safe to say that
Guinea Declares Ebola Outbreak With at Least 3 Deaths
"The West African country of Guinea is reporting an outbreak of Ebola's the first deaths since the world's deadliest Ebola's epidemic ended five years ago. The BBC's Mary Harper reports. The new cases are in the same region where the previous outbreaks started. The health authorities say three people have died from the disease and five others have tested positive. They all fell ill with diarrhea, vomiting and bleeding after attending a burial. Health workers and now trying to trace and isolate all those who came in contact with those infected. The W. H O has been asked to supply vaccines, which greatly improved survival rates. Cases have also been confirmed in the east of the Democratic Republic of Congo. It's 12 outbreak of the
Guinea Declares Ebola Outbreak With at Least 3 Deaths
"African country of Guinea is reporting an outbreak of Ebola's the first deaths since the world's deadliest Ebola's epidemic ended five years ago. The BBC's Mary Harper reports. The new cases are in the same region where the previous outbreaks started. The health authorities say three people have died from the disease and five others have tested positive. They all fell ill with diarrhea, vomiting and bleeding after attending a burial. Health workers and now trying to trace and isolate all those who came in contact with those infected. The W. H O has been asked to supply vaccines, which greatly improved survival rates.
The True Cost of Sustainable Skincare with Tata Harper
"I feel like there's so many misconceptions in the beauty industry really in the luxury industry in general too. But you know Clean beauty is not elevated enough or clean. Beauty doesn't work as well. And i think what's interesting. Is that you kind of saw those challenges. Or you heard those misconceptions and you're like no. I'm gonna change this right like i love that i'm gonna i'm gonna give it a try because enough you know because i think that now what we need is a lot of consumer products that make our life better deal you know not just like superficially better but like really that they They elevate our quality of life. And from that lance. It's what really kept me motivated and really like we spent like five years creating the harper because the formulas didn't exist. No one knew how to use like natural ingredients to preserve or to a mall. Sify or to again or to stabilize those were not like raw materials were used just for like marketing and And there was not a lot of science around like the formulation aspect of natural skincare and took a really long time to make them happen and also formulate from a different point of view because a lot of natural skinner was always formulated with this idea of minimalism and and a lot of like the first gen natural products. They were created a lot. I by the low hus movement remember that movement that lifestyle movement that is being natural so the fact that the product was natural was actually more important than the even that the product worked ben and data no for skin care. Because you only buy skin care too because it works right exactly. Why you don't like by this moisturizer to save the planet like you buy this moisture is great moisturizer and then you have your charities and other things to do other things but But yeah no i was. I was really challenging. It was almost like with the creation of our company. We talent almost every aspect of being a maker of skin-care not only from the ingredients and the formulas but also by having our farm like what you were saying before the farm has been such a special place for us because a lot of skin care is outsource. The majority of the companies are outsource. They outsource almost every piece of their of their Of their business to third parties whether it's the formulation to labs that a lot of times abusing tons of basis and just you know the smell or the color or the incentive vitamin seen our. We're going to add. Hulo renege on jason or you know things like that but you find a lot of companies that have very unique products and formulas that are really unique so for us it was always very clear that we needed to have our own our end and our own formulation Our own chemists and our own lab so that we can really formulate products from scratch like we like doing and that every ingredient has a purpose and also every single one of our formulas doesn't rely on just one ingredient like we're not like on one ingredient type of company where company that by ingredients from all over the world and use them in the you know in different formulas in very high concentrations. So no i mean. I think it makes so much sense. And i love that you guys and your approach is truly like farm to beauty right. I feel like that's such a Sort of a marketing term that you hear thrown around alongside clean beauty etc. But you're literally you know harvesting in growing ingredients on your farm for some of your formulas So can you explain a little bit more about how that process works in terms of You know like organic farming and how you guys are actively working milan. I mean. I think that's fascinating kodaly so just to clarify one thing. We do bring ingredients from all over the world. Sure yeah we bring ingredients from like eighty four different countries. Okay we have like no self and post limit on like we're just gonna talk about vitamins where we are see company we really curate technologies from all over the world whether it's green tag or you know things from tradit- you know from a lot of tradition traditional chinese medicine you're also bringing a lot of and butters from amazon but anyway so we In the farm. There's a couple of things happening so number one. We have a garden where we grow a lot of Not even a lot. We grow specifically five herbs that grow really well in our soil in vermont in our farm which is a clay soil and those are calendar. La barra sweet alfalfa and kolenda and we grow them in our farm in in our organic farm and we make one ingredient that that That we produce at the farm every single month that basically captures all of the oil soluble nutrition from all of those herbs. And the and it's done in a very temperature controlled process that it's very specific and that ingredient that is called our farm beauty complex goes into almost every single one of our formulas but in the farm. We also have a lot of barnes because it was an old dairy farm converted into a skincare farm. Now i love
Impeachment brief: Democrats say Trump incited mob in Washington, DC
"Say Donald Trump endangered the lives of all members of Congress when he aimed a mob of supporters at the U. S. Capitol. They made the argument on a legal brief today that makes their most detailed case yet. For why the former president should be convicted and permanently barred from office. Texas Democratic Representative Sylvia Garcia told CNN that Trump very clearly incited the mob during his rally. And he said, and we find that we have to fight like hell. And that's insightful that's telling. People will go out there and do something so you better look at the totality of the circumstances and all the fax around the the actions that were taken. The document length Trump's baseless efforts to overturn the results of the presidential election to the deadly January 6th rioted the capital, it says. Trump bears unmistakable blame for actions that directly threatened the underpinnings of American democracy. Trump's lawyers also filed their defense brief today, Nick Harper reports. The nine Democrat House managers will argue in the upcoming impeachment trial that Donald Trump invited the riot, urging his supporters to storm the Capitol building and try and overturn Joe Biden's election win. Case will argue that Mr Trump will do anything to reassert his grip on power and should be denied any opportunity to run for reelection. His lawyers in defense say his continued baseless claims of voter fraud was simply him exercising his First Amendment rights, which constitutionally gives him the right of free speech. The trial is scheduled to begin next Tuesday. I'm Nick
Alive: The Drew Robinson Story
"Jeff where does the story of drew robinson began. The story. Drew robinson begins on magic moment lane in las vegas jeff passan is in mlb insider for espn and his work on the story of drew robinson is up now on espn plus it was just all those those little tiny amazing details down to the name of the street that he grew up on that drew me to him. As a person has a character and his story and he was precocious. What's the first thing people think about you guffaw. I did my best to try to lighten the situation with people. I tried to make people laugh. And i thought that i was good at that. He was the kid youngest of three children who would go next door and sneak through his neighbors doggy door and steal their treats so he could bring him back to this menagerie of animals that he had in his house. There were dogs that were cats. They had a pet in a cage and drew is the kid who would tape his feet to a bicycle and go on a trampoline in his backyard and just bounce around without any care his sister brittany used to hate having him around because drew would take off all of his clothes. Run outside and start riding a bike and her friends would say your brothers naked again. He was also an incredible baseball player and from a very young age even though he wasn't big even though he wasn't strong he had the actions. That coaches look at. And say this kid ever fills out. He is going to be something else but when drew was at that age where he needed to tell his feelings to someone where where he needed to explain that he had this. Lingering doubt in his mind that would never go away regardless of the situation. Whether it was with baseball whether it was with school with friends with family there is always something air pushing him toward this negativity that he just could not escape from can think back to. When i was twelve years old playing little league. I was a kid every single time i struck out i would come in and slam. My bad slammed my helmet kreil time. Because i thought that i had to be perfect in every aspect of my life in terms of the scouting report on drew robinson war his best attributes. He had a lot of power. you know. he's left handed hitter. He ended up hitting that growth spurt. Six foot one hundred ninety pounds. Just a beautiful swing gap the gap power. That was gonna grow into something more if his body filled out and when it did man like he was an actual prospect. I fly all get to right field at that splashdown run for drew. Robinson being a prospect in las vegas in two thousand ten pablo was no small thing. There was a player who had left high school and gone to play junior college ball named bryce harper. Yup and there was a player at bonanza high school. One of the rivals of silverado were drew named kris bryant. So this was a pretty historic high school class and drew wound up making all state. Shortstop and teams were really intrigued. Not just by the power but by his versatility to he played shortstop but they thought he projected his second baseman third baseman. Maybe an outfielder. The possibilities of what drew robinson could be as a baseball player were endless. So scouts were noticing the power versatility and in two thousand ten drew graduates from high school and get drafted. He gets drafted by the texas rangers in the fourth round. And it's a huge moment for him but it doesn't translate in the end jeff too. Big league play what happens. Well he took a while to get to the big leagues. And you know we've seen bull durham and we understand kind of on a surface level. What the minor leagues are like. But for drew it was truly agree. I knew i was beard. Don't get me wrong. But in the moment i was still like. Don't mess this up. I wouldn't allow myself to understand. That mistakes are just mistakes. It doesn't define who. I was
"harper" Discussed on Fresh Air
"Were their ages. Six four into their k. That's that's that's hard you you are supporting yourself and and also your children were biracial. And you're living in a predominantly white area. Let's also be clear about that. Biracial didn't come into fashion. Until maybe like two thousand three like obama's the first black president you know what. I mean by racial. Is this wonderful pie in the sky concept. America can't seem to really catch up with right g. e. were black as you're saying. Yeah let's just pardon the pun but this call spade here so ellen. What does that mean for you. Because at the single mother three black children white neighborhood. What are some of the things you were up against as a mother as a single mother. There's plenty of challenges anyway. Aside from the fact of not having any money or very much money I did in. The town is much as it could make. Things difficult could make things easier. It was a small town. Knew everybody there was a very close circle of people and we did look out for each other and my parents were very strong. They were always there for me. And for my kids whether they approved of me or how i was raising them or not but They would definitely there provided. I think a really strong support system for the kids that being said yes. I was raising three blackmail children in a white area ben. I don't know if you remember this but one time i was. I don't know where he's driving somewhere. And i had the three boys in the back of the car and i got pulled over. The cop comes up to the window and he said do know what you did. I said no. I don't so rolled a stop sign. And meanwhile the kids in the backseat. They're really little. Maybe three five and seven saying mom. What is a policeman. What is a policeman. Ask your mom what he leans in the window and he looks at the kids in the back and he says yes policemen now. But it'll be pig pretty soon. And i realized that that moment that i had a lot to try to teach these kids that i hadn't really realized i mean it was a real a dawning Of me on on what what this meant and I said something to to cop about You know. I've raised my children to respect the police. And he said bond and let you go with a warning but it it was. It was a a real I don't know if you wanna say. Come to jesus moment but kind of that for me. Let's take a short break here and then we'll talk some more. If you're just joining us. I have two guests. Ellen harper and ben harper ellen is the author of the new memoir always song singer songwriter. Sinners and saints my story of the folk music revival. Our son ben is a grammy award winning singer. Songwriter and guitarist will be right back after this break. This is fresh air this message comes from. Npr sponsor via the comfort company sought a luxury mattresses are made in america by expert craftsmen using the highest quality materials. 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Harper author of the new memoir always a song singers songwriters centers and saints my story of the folk music revival in nineteen fifty eight. Her parents founded the folk music center in claremont. California which ellen now runs her son. Ben harper who is also with us like his mother grew up at the center. He's now a grammy award. Winning singer songwriter and guitarist. He wrote the forward to her new memoir. Ben words what were some of the things that you felt you were up against as a black boy growing up in a white community. Yeah it was just always on the plate. It was always out in front. It was always there was a couple love us and we were friends from the whispers to the screams. I mean it was always around the corner. It was always in front of us. What it meant in that. We stood out in our own way Nobody else using afro pick. Just nobody else looked like us in the neighborhood but that was it was okay. My brothers and i had each other and like my mom. Said than the was insulated enough to where kids don't know any better until a certain age anyway and You are seeing not as biracial but as black. So did you have a black community outside of the one friend that you mentioned and i'm wondering too if if you know like books and music helped you find at least like an intellectual community in a musical community. Even if they weren't physically with you. Terry once you get into junior high and high school you are no longer at liberty to decide where you want to be because you are placed by class culture creed and race the minute you walk on campus the rich whites here at the poor whites their latin americans mexicans here blacks here it just waiting for you. You just walk into the machine. There's one part natural selection part institutional racism that you just walk straight into and it spits you out the other side and how did you try to protect them from racism. Well i guess. I probably did. What how my father tried to protect us from the anti-communism you know a lot very in a cerebral way. Too much so a with explanations about race and culture and history which. I'm sure they probably may have gone right past them at that age so i tried to protect themselves would have them be able to protect themselves with knowledge and we did have some friends around. I think that In the school that they went to the elementary school they made up about what thirty percent of the black population of the kids. That were there and You know protect. I went to there. You went to bat at the school very often and set. You know to try and set things straight.
Insider Info with Annie Kreighbaum and Nick Axelrod-Welk
"Our guest today are anti creek bombs. And nick axelrod welk anne neck i love. I love a duo on the podcast. Welcome thing so excited to be here so let me let me give a little. A little highlight with your bio. Anne is a beauty journalist turned exac and former brand lead for glossy and nick is a former reporter for l. and wwe which is women's wear daily correct. Yes it is there. Were these things called. Newspapers that we used to read would get delivered every day. It was the fashion newspaper. Like the most. I one of the most iconic fashion newspapers i would say and you are also the co founder of the personal brand. Excuse me personal care brand. Necessar- said that right. It's been awhile since i've taken french. And you co founded the iconic beauty site into the gloss and together. They co host eyewitness beauty which is a beauty and pop culture. Podcast available wherever you get your podcast. You guys to focus on the business side of beauty. And i'm curious with this question. I'm not even i'm wondering if it's even possible for there to be trends in beauty in twenty twenty one when when the beauty is feels like the world has kind of just been uprooted or or changed by this pandemic but what are some trends that you are are seeing that you're seeing and that you like for yourself well on the kind of inside baseball cy. But sure it's not news to anyone like you describe yourself as like more of like a novice like outsiders which i think you're an expert than you give credit for it. But but for since the since they started tracking this stuff color cosmetics which make up products. I don't need to explain to anybody. Listening with that. Means has been like the category that's been consistently the number one revenue driver for any like big brand just for the industry in general like like the biggest challenge of the pie. I don't know what color cosmetics is so that's basically when you walk into a sephora and you're you're the first thing you see is makeup skin care is in the back of the store and the fragrances at the back of the wall like. That's all intentional. In order of sales. Yeah oh lord was at a certain point. Yeah learning okay okay. yeah so. The industry is is sliced up. Land like hair care. Skin care whatever color. Cosmetics has been like since the dawn of time like the number one biggest category billions of billions of dollars. Will just last year skin care has taken over which hilly coming from my glossy and like kind of seeing that wave happen. I think it really started with k beauty coming into the us people on the internet. We're getting much more educated around like ingredients and different. There's going team. I think like the trend has been going on for quite some time. But just last year. I think with the pandemic And people being at home and having to diy more skin care. And i think too like people understanding like actually. I don't need to see a dermatologist. For every little thing. I can exhausted. Leasings myself Skin-care has overtaken. So i think that that's gonna continue for sure in like the entrance of all these mid to lower mid range brands in terms of price point like the ordinary or the inky list or natori like things that could all of a sudden by acid For ten dollars versus what happened probably five years ago which is either the hydraulic. Acid is from lemaire and it's two hundred and fifty dollars or they're probably wasn't even one you could buy in the drug store so i think that they're just exists now category of product. So that you know what like with makeup. You could buy ten dollar lipstick to get the same idea as a forty dollar up stick Same relative color now with skin care. You can sort of do the same thing. Okay so many so many questions. So i wanna i ask you because you mentioned this sensation of going into sephora and everything is so deeply intentional and i know it's the same with marketing and packaging and in thinking about like price points getting lower. Our is the quality of products the same so much of beauty just like markups and exclusivity and making something sound fancy and getting it in the hands of like victoria beckham or is there a true difference in quality so one anecdote i have. Is that one time someone told me in this completely rocked my world. That lemaire is made in long island and and that sort of says it all like you know. It's a cream with some like plankton. In it or you know no seaweed. I guess and it's made long island and they call it. Lum creme de la mayor and it's three hundred dollars Is that does that mean that. There's two hundred dollars worth of ingredients in there. No one hundred fifty. No one hundred fifty eight okay. So for context like the markup degree product but for a healthy cosmetics company business in general the markup on cosmetics from the goop and the packaging is eighty percent margins. So a two dollar what it cost you two dollars to make gold charge ten dollars for and that's like standard across the industry and you can't really knock a cosmetics company for doing that because they are so so cheap to make and to have investors to be able to pay the bills to be able to make this something that can really support a team and you know whatever and like grow a business. That's just industry standard so like. I don't think anybody's pulling the wool. Over consumers is this markup rate on the fashion. It's like some pence fifty percent or less of a markup. So that's i kind of a comparison. I forgot like what other interesting. I was about to say it. But i'm sure nick has a million. Well well yeah it's not. It's not an evil thing. The markup i think there's so many more there's so many more costs testing everything saying what's the difference between something that's like super expensive versus something. That's like a little bit more accessible. I do think that there's a huge difference. I mean i think what the ordinary did is like very interesting. And i still think they make like a lot of great products in general but you kinda of see like the texture of putting on like the heireann sierra and from the ordinary that costs you six dollars versus like one that has more ingredients in it from like a. I don't even know if they have one and playing with taught harper. Like it's this absorbs into skin better doesn't leave sticky feeling. Where's better under makeup. Like might smell nicer. These are all things that you have to consider. Its except for some people. It's worth paying for for others. It's not worth it and they'd rather just by the seven dollar one so okay so this leads me to my next question. Which is i'm kind of obsessed with this idea of dupes especially when it comes to here and makeup like and candles but not all. Dupes are really dupes. I kind of get into this. Like spiral do you believe. Dupes are real as possible to have a troop in skin care or makeup products. I think it's rare. There's certain things that you can charge more money. For the candle you can afford like a fragrance concentrations get a more powerful fragrance certain synthetics that are really expensive like amd brett Which is a mosque. like an animal derived. it was an animal derived. Musk now it's all Made in the lab But that is like a really expensive thing to create. So that's why a lot of like less expensive candles expensive fragrances. Don't have that smell
Taking Charge of Menopause Symptoms With Food
"If you're experiencing symptoms of peri menopause or menopause or even postmenopausal. I think you're going to want to stay tune this morning because we're going to be sharing some key information about how food choices can affect menopausal symptoms. So here's a just a quick example to start us off when many women drink a glass of wine in the evening you know what happens is they will wake up in the middle of the night. With night sweats or hot flashes. So if you can relate to that have you made that connection that just simply having a drink with alcohol in the evenings can often lead to hot flashes or night sweats and a poor night's sleep for sure. I have definitely made that connection. I did experience waking up from wine many times and now i rarely drank wine these days but whenever i do have a glass of wine in the evening yes it does help me fall asleep but then i wake up two or three times throughout the night and can't get back to sleep. The lesson i learned from this is wine can easily cause women of a certain age. Have night sweats and poor sleep. Also eating sugary treat before bed does the same thing. It spikes sugar. The blood sugar drops causing a night sweat and then alcohol also causes surface sleeping. See you don't get that deep sound sleep that you're looking for that's right and like you side people might be thinking. Gosh a glass of wine really helps me to fall asleep or relax or relaxed but then you know the downside is the waking up throughout the night and really not getting that deep restful sleep right over the years plenty of clients have told me if they have a glass of wine before bed they actually wake up dripping wet. They might need to change their pyjamas. Sometimes they even need to change their sheets and so for them. I mean in quickly loses. Its lor you know when when the symptoms are severe. That's right definitely changes things as a preussen in menopause and as one of our presenters in our menopause. Some and are. I know the connection between menopause symptoms and my food choices. My name is joanne. Right out i'm registered dietitian and have worked in a variety of settings for the past thirty years. I love teaching. The menopause seminar and working with clients individually who are experiencing menopause symptoms. Yes we should introduce ourselves. My name is kara harper. And i'm a licensed nutritionist. And a certified nutrition specialist. I've worked with a great number of clients who have also experienced menopause symptoms. And i'm getting to that. Age of peri menopause. So personally i do understand the challenges that women have during the peri menopausal years and that can be anytime between really between the ages of thirty five forty to fifty five. Of course that depends on a lot of factors depends on diet. What the person's eating with the stress level is but it is around that time that some women start experiencing symptoms
Georgia runoffs today, joint house session on electoral college tomorrow
"It's a busy two days across the nation with Georgia voters set to decide the balance of power in Congress today and a joint session of the house and to certify Joe Biden as the next president of the United States tomorrow the Georgia runners decide control of the Senate and both Biden and trump have been campaigning for the candidates our country is depending on you not Harper but you can change America if the Democrats win both seats the Senate splits but they effectively control it because the V. P. as president of the Senate breaks any ties tomorrow a joint session of Congress certifies the electoral votes they gave Biden a three oh six to two thirty two win over trump some Republican lawmakers are challenging it but the effort seems a virtual impossibility given Democrats control the house a pro trump rally in the capital with the proud boys is expected to draw large crowds trump has tweeted about it and said he'll be there I'm Julie Walker
Third US case of new COVID-19 strain found in Florida
"The new year begins with the same old worries over the Corona virus pandemic. A. B C's Avery Harper has more a third case of the more contagious strain of covert 19 from the UK discovered in Florida. Florida health officials say the person infected is a man in his twenties with no history of travel. As nationwide hospitalizations and death due to covert 19 are setting grim milestones regularly, many worrying that the pace of vaccinations isn't fast enough to get a handle on the worsening pandemic. Dr Anthony Fauci, telling NBC there really has to be a lot more effort in the sense of resource is for the locals, namely the States, the cities, the county's on Lee 2.7 million vaccinations recorded far short from the initial goal of 20 million by the end of the
"harper" Discussed on Izzy and Spain
"Know, what this is the biggest name out there, and we're going to go get him. We're going to get him right now. Sure, we can talk about contract lake doll day thirteen years. That's a long time too. Big commitment. And sure we can also look at some of the stats Phillies weren't particularly good defensively last year. Bryce harper. Not particularly good. We can look at the east in general and say, suddenly this this make them the main ship in the east are they the team to beat. I don't know. At this point. None of us know. But what we know without hesitation is. That the Phillies have been aggressive. The Phillies have been aggressive to a point that we've never seen before. The Phillies have gone out. And this is going to the Elias sports bureau, the Phillies are the first team in major league baseball history to add three position players in an off season. All of whom were all stars in the previous season serum real Muto. And now Bryce Harper. What does that tell you? You can sit there all day long, and you can hate on thirteen years three hundred and thirty million dollars. But let's remember baseball teams print money. Like, it's nothing. Baseball teams are like your buddy that can eat whatever candy they want and they stay skinny. Is there? We're going to spend three hundred and three thirty million dollars. We were talking about it as we were prepping the show tonight saying does it make them bonafide World Series contenders? Maybe but they might have to add my Trump. No problem. No problem. You're like, you know, what? Yes, I'm at the movie theater. I would like to butter popcorn. And I would like the sour patch kids. I'm going to combine them. I don't care about calories. That's how major league baseball teams are with money. They don't care they'll make more you. Suddenly think the Phillies aren't going to be active if they need to make change if they need to sign more players. This is the Phillies team as I just told you active at a level. We've never seen before. Thirteen years three hundred and thirty million dollars for Bryce Harper. It's alarming. It's alarming because we conditioned ourselves to the logic. The bright Bryce Harper wasn't going to get it. We he conditioned ourselves because of the length of this whole process to the logic that you know, what prices going to regret turn down that three hundred million dollars from the nets. Kind of regret it. We got three thirty. We can have a conversation all day long about the number of years on things what we know is today Bryce Harper no matter what with a no trade clause with no opt-out clause..
"harper" Discussed on Talking Hoops with Zach Harper
"Oh that's paul george cooper guy who was taken with the 13th as a shooting guard was puppy yannis yep so oh like my god just don't be the kings and picked up so to be the king just good life slave advice rose hooker with zero due next question okay we sell rewrite yeah trump's strategy dress touch chance is going to be so lungs so there the collide leonard saga has me questioning everything but i know about kawhi in the spurs leads it doesn't make sense to me so what are the chances that he actually has a sparkling personality in the spurs organization has just been suppressing it for years 100 percent one hundred have you seen or this going to be weird comparison in an uncomfortable comparison but i'm asking you and the listener stay with me on this have you seen the advantage they made with sex robots those sex robots look very advance they have personalities buried their processing things as you talk to them so it's not just a like here on the robot for sex it's like look we could we could talk a little bit there could be some there should be some feeling like we make it to a situation where it's like the movie her only instead of just a voice there's sex robot with it right great movie great movie should were was i go with us kuwari i think kawhi has a growing sparkling personality it has been suppressed by the technology.
"harper" Discussed on Talking Hoops with Zach Harper
"They pumped money into this there was a major cast in this movie kevin bacon a jeff bridges ryan reynolds like those are fuelling any of those guys of watched that movie if they have i but they almost went down under a bridge so yeah sons grizzlies for sure okay that was an easier choice than i anticipated vo buddy i'm glad to have started to dig read anything other than rip d it would be a real struggle rvd queens that up a lot of so i this is gonna be set on a sound like a jerk for a little bit but the question is coming all home the other night someone some sons fan kind of complained to me about how people view devin booker right that he gets criticized too much and so i posited the question i said we'll look it can be hard to judge guys like devin booker who were put it up amazing stats on bad unlike horrendous teams because you don't know if the guy is a looter in a riot or if he's actually that good in this is just what comes this work this is what comes with that territory and it and it happens with every one i think and i mentioned at one point in to deepen the conversation i said look kevin love is the poster child for this right like kevin love was awesome he was heavy historic individual seasons and his team was winning so a lot of people question and so i think he's the poster child for this i think devin booker has become the new poster child for this where the numbers are great and i don't buy the idea that it's harder for him because the because the attention of the defense's is.
"harper" Discussed on Talking Hoops with Zach Harper
"Yeah eu the look ludakubana gas was that carper guess what i'm jack harper among national nba call mr painter exports this is part of the to chat network we have podcasts all over the basketball friends electing better monday was speaks nice case got all these things we got all kinds of stuff sorta history chasedown light years if you if there is the podcast that we don't cover the subject that you that you like i don't agree i think we cover just about everything because this podcast rarely talks about basketball in the first place that we coverage about everything today cbs sports dotcoms james herbert jump james herbert jump and jimmy herbs what else what else of i called you in the past with mainly bones just those guys thought i had a new one recently why are you probably dead adding my memory has been a raced on the past couple of months ago yeah the time try try to do a little bit of complaining and self loathing rooker yeah absolutely whenever you want okay so i i i play basketball for the first time like two months last night and know while in my out of shape like from her four tonnes up above the floor i was really sucking when we play flick two hours a played every game like there were there were no soaps observers it was just ten people so like game ended you took like a four hundred prague's and then came right back out too much i would have left after like twenty minutes it was that it was pretty brutal uh but virtually cut a second third or maybe a fifth win this from it so it it better of a high but.
"harper" Discussed on Talking Hoops with Zach Harper
"In order to don't props up uh guide i liked it in it and i realize i'm i'm saying there's a lot more with the oneoff marvel movies as opposed to like the giant conglomeration the characters rate were like oh i'm not really caller who where the guy but this is a good movie like i said that with with the new thrower i've said it with this went like i just think they they finally figured out how to make good good comic louise i i know chris not chris renaud and get the tunnel criticism all the time from all right here i think what he does well is he's able to make big blockbuster movies that also are incredible films and i think marvel hasn't always done that well i think they've done it well more recently than in the past so that's that's what else oh you georgia's on all social counts snark underscore tank for angie's musings on uh on the on lines of interacts works for me leverage chat leverage chat uh don't forget to tell a friend subscribe leave a lever review for us do we have any fund reviews to read gene there's one about me can i read out for a hug also so this one is called harper is a g firms z rowling said harper is awesome he's such a g in that g comes up with clarius punds and g knows tunnel about movies in basketball and g get the tunnel great grass mg is truly a treasure in g is a treasure angie is treasure anci treasure angie treasure hashtag t manji.
"harper" Discussed on Talking Hoops with Zach Harper
"Welcome to talk of sparcasse bazak harper i'm your host car bird this is a pocket some olympics chat network i'm a nationally be right for fan wrecked sports in today we're talking the greatness of the chicago bulls with the greatness of the barstool podcast sports network in borstal radio impartial dot com and noted chicago bulls enthusiast big cat dan cats what's going on with man i'm ready you beat them red i usually don't care to express my thought that got kicked off the sp and one thousand in chicago okay so uh let's do it why doing why did you get kicked off of that can you legally talk about that is that a thorough yeah well i mean the whole barstool ban talk would cut it it i yeah mean it kinda shocked because uh i uh i'm blake good friends with the guys that espn one thousand in chicago and i love doing their show i used to call in uh once a week but because all that kind of fell apart that was uh some shrapnel was uh that having a foreign out now with the guy showed with you know someone upper level at bristol thing i can't go on anymore so hopefully some day but for now we'll just do it here well it's always it's always good when companies can uh have a pissing contest in some so that that always helps the the product uh the bulls are they were terrible and then they're good and now the maybe you're terrible again although a crushing steel and dunked bisak levin last night uh recordings on tuesday ended up leading to a bulls win so how do you how do you feel about the whole taking process are you a fan of tainting do you find it to be immoral where are you aisles taking okay i am fully in on polls tanking i don't understand why anyone would think if you.
"harper" Discussed on Talking Hoops with Zach Harper
"Since his first year in the lead with detroit and the night thick of that previous summer's draught rodney whites wow we've had uh very abbreviated career and be eight by the way with the pistons in the nuggets i believe is done in dinar work charlet yep yep from charlotte so that's the only this is only the second lottery fix this rick has ever coach to me source a lot of young players and he's some lottery fix you know one of the things that i think that the mouths organization and riddick and our fans have taken some pride and give it as weird good at reclamation projects go out peru could meenu comes here and he spins your what the mavs after things didn't go wealth warning with the clippers and pelicans and peace spent some times here spend some time expense am here sorry and whose game in peru's and aspects of it and you know if you call me fortune thing it is that that cap rules and salary rules you're not able to retain him when you cite him on a oneyear deal well you don't have the part reitzle at the end up going elsewhere uh brandon right is there another four a whole lot of retake who never his career never got going in the right direction golden state and a lot of that was injury related but you've got the dallas as a former each pick and then he did stems quite a bit of time here so i think the maps to take a lot of pride in that i think rick takes pride in the fact that they've taken uh you know lottery ticks that don't work out elsewhere and then fine aspects of the games they can salvage their careers into a usable nba players and and some of them go their separate ways like in the eu and in some of them ended up staying here and and had being part of the organization for four years before the mess trading brandon right away and and now uh forgettable rush on rondo deal with a couple of years but but in terms of just stray of rookie lottery picks this is the first one that rick has coached and dennis mature years since this for sure a nineteen year old zach harper woods convince rodney white was a great player.
"harper" Discussed on Talking Hoops with Zach Harper
"I would seem like an anglo look we have more anything says dinu sixty nine you learn philosophy you learn patience but when success comes as it's much more appreciated what can we make you a wolves fan at least for tonight a visit the pro sappi leaving here in a jersey i am now eight walls i got how to everything at the how down so who sting brookwood after saying he's like a nick supporter early in the interview which i didn't play he like marnie kind of pressures them into supporting the wolves and he says i am now wolves fan i get the how and everything and then he howls and i'm going to isolate the howell here for our listeners real quick because what i want everyone to hear is the how and then the ship like the regret the laugh of regret that comes from him immediately after he hell's i now eight rolls when i got a how everything at the it's it's it gets a good howled first of all the good how i don't know why he like that is that sounds like he is ashamed of what he just it right sure who hasn't had immediate regret after making a bold decisions oh yeah and it got weird and then even after that jim peterson talked about this story of in the eighties when he was playing for the rockets going to a sound check for a print show and jim peters from the minneapolis area princes from minneapolis so couple of minneapolis guys both stars in their own right in the 80s like like jim was a minnesota sports star and then like a a solid role player in the nba prince was prince but he told his story how like when he went to the sound check there were waiting around and they were waiting around 'cause he wanted to meet prince and in a higher whatever and all of a sudden they hear from the stage print singing and what had happened was they had rolled him in like one of those giant cases like they put him in a case in held him to stage so that no one could like see him go in there and then all the and he was he was plane used during the soundtrack which is weird like that's really i'm in his little he is a little guy and even by princes standard.
"harper" Discussed on Talking Hoops with Zach Harper
"Eu the okay welcome to our coupes i'm your host ac harper that i started it right over weaver said welcome to talk hoops zach carver over i'm up your host that corporate national nba writer for fan ranked sports this podcast for the leverage chat network you can subscribe on subscriber you subscribe dollar stuff on leverage chat dot com apple podcast all that good stuff please route three to five stars and we also need to do tell your friends tell your friends support our draft promo code supporter zeki promo code and support internet superstar angie treasure who is running the red hot utah jazz twitter account it's been on sports center it's been on the jump ended up in a washington post round up washington post round up that sounds like a thing okay player are you with or you what does that show that the website oca you're like coin that was there now that would be a weird way to say that somebody right be real weird i would not be comfortable with a now i would never yeah we we've had like a three minute podcast because i'd still publish what we've said so for sure but but you'd be like i don't have a podcast coming out here's what happened brand that is without this yeah this is why we got cancelled right you could even do a thing where you just cut like forty eight minutes of silence after that in because and and people just think it's one really long awkward pause because we've we've had those oh yeah and then after that only minutes dislike good odds do my seek agreed and yeah draft freed and then yeah done yeah i don't see a problem with that plant note that it might be the best part just we do.
"harper" Discussed on Talking Hoops with Zach Harper
"Yeah eu the welcome to talk abc's that carper under jose harper national nba writer for failure exports this podcast as part of leverage to chad and we are thankful for not only you the listener put our sponsors seatgeek and draft which you know the broncos talking to look into those little bit later but right now it's what the cut the country's been craving till everyone's talking about the hottest podcast on the internet it's the start coupes episode which means the social media director i'm eventually going to get your titled ray social media manager manager you not a director social media manager angie treasure of the utah jazz rookie of the it'll just me and donovan mitchell on the mitchell you're doing great i think he's having a better season but you're you're you're really you're on a hot streak right now listen i feel like i got picked up on a 10day right in the middle of the season so i've asked graeme no makeup but eventually i think my highlight role will be just it's interesting a better i bet it will you had you had one that was uh that was well received the other day about fans adding teams with trade ideas yeah like i liked it i am trying to do more not evergreen but should be part of the national conversation sham little bit more obscure i'm sure this peek behind the curtain of nba twitter it's just so fascinating for people.
"harper" Discussed on Talking Hoops with Zach Harper
"Basketball friends it's tom average strove and get an ordinance we got a new podcast on leverage the chat network the she checkout it's called pack your knives re break down the bravo tv show top chef weektoweek so here's the idea would have to nba writers geeked out on their favorite tv showed up shop like being do on basketball we've been doing this for a long long time kevin and i are super bands of the show me decided to take you along for the ride will break down the ecstasy knows we're going to draft vanisi teams of contestants in just generally geek out survived two accurate nights podcast on apple podcast and on leverage the chat dot com she news the upi welcome to talk of spot jazz with zach harper it's me zach harper your host this podcast for the leverage chat network we got a ton of podcasts that you can subscribe to go packed denies basketball france the om got one speaks got a bunch of stuff even more than that go to leverage chat dot com to check those out also i'm a national unbia writer for favor exports you can read beyond their i've got to think about the thunder up all have a thing about the wolves up again i think about kevin love coming all kinds of stuff to check out just like you should check out if you're in los angeles on saturday sat right this saturday yeah saturday this saturday on deck comedy with our good friend and good friend of the show not an enemy like one in carmel but a good friend of the show mike malloy friend of the program ranriddh program absolutely it's got up unlike that scoundrel no andy having in car yeah i he's for someone who brags about being nominated for an end.
"harper" Discussed on Talking Hoops with Zach Harper
"Yeah i i don't want to be that guy who's like doc rivers is is ruin the clippers through nepotism but i met guy says it is i'm going to say it right now coverage ruling the culprit the clippers do negative sorry uh what one last question about the clippers uh and i don't know if you've noticed this but i've noticed this especially the last couple of weeks does it seemed like the jordan just consistently gets away with shoving people like jewish i mean just shoving people for rebounds and like they're not going to call it the do it because he averages a thousand off its rebounds a game roughly edit and a lot of it comes from that but it's just like i've just been watching unlike he's just putting his forbes into guys like upper backs a next and just shopping them out of the way in the tipping the ball in and it's it's just it's almost impressive that it's not going called because of how blatant of its i mean i i think that this is something that happened with shaquille o'neal for years q is shack houston size than in hit aggressiveness way more than he should have been allowed to play it referees thing just get to a point where like it either a legal longtime author psychic ron gant tyga he can travel it also may discuss conflict austin rivers thirty minutes a night with her what sort of lewis who just a mile charity you know her move came early staple better every cloudy sad that the ivy jordan players austin rivers oh i hate go into clipper game boom boom there's no journalistic lepre game there's like me of a of the la times guy your uh potential under yet p n purge said bruce occasionally dak harper island like some blake lot via in britain.
"harper" Discussed on Talking Hoops with Zach Harper
"What happened to me upstaged him equipped tease it's these kids are superdome so there's a lot of making fun of kids a lot of failure it some of the worst worst challenge attempts performances i've ever seen in a in a game show of any kind let alone double dare in it leads me to i it's not in this episode but there's a there's a clip online that you can find right now of this kid like falls directly on his head and they're wearing helmets or whatever win like the big double dare challenge at the end this kid has like go over a wall any falls like right on his head in a very scary manner but he keeps going plane through he's fought like luckily is wearing a helmet he's okay anyways like forty pounds or something like that so it it's not a lot of weight fall in his head but he keeps going through but the entire time he goes through the rest of the challenge mark summers is like right beside going are you sure you okay are you okay like you see some help like are you sure your case kids like my way i'm a can cut her good for mark has this is well before concussions became a great thing this is before cd yes so i'm going to bring that up on the show and a couple of other fun things and we may or may not have the old board game to play a couple of games on the stage that's we at you know that sounds like a good idea and i also think that doing doing what are these for a script spelling bee would be funny oh that could be good yeah that could be goes a that'd be good anyway in a week i'm gonna go to brian and say hey i could create idea for the victims of the bench bay like look i'm a i'm a minor investor as furniture zach harper branded business year and and what a brand of your house that is if you don't don't social s us how you skyrocket up the iteens charts on old and after this episode.
"harper" Discussed on Talking Hoops with Zach Harper
"Welcome to talk of zach harper i'm your host that car for among national nba com this for fan wrecked sports part of the leverage chat network for the basketball friends in this podcast than anything else moving forward very excited for today's episode because we're talking lakers note don't delete the episode we're talking lakers with mike trudell the sideline reporter for verve what is the spectre i call you time warner cable spectrum business spectrums fortunately you're on the right track to start from sports at okay my first question for you why doesn't spectrum want people to watch the dodgers are you really going to start the i i would make the argument that it is directly vis fault that spectrum is tried to make deals are multiple times oca abbott look more more importantly people have to be really jealous were i'm doing right now because i'm looking at a giant sized blow up photo of you butting glasses yeah that that is i think it's on your twitter profile but since it's on skype it's much bigger much bigger and it's problematic for me but i think good other people i think i think you'll get more used to it as this podcast goes on i think you'll become more comfortable with it you'll maybe even after the pockets over you'll miss it a little bit look at depends some people may not know but you've copied some things for me and my leg throw at dog dog drug about a beautiful beautiful french bulldog name lila while as gu you several years later decided to get a french bulldog booking sure and they are there similar colors.
"harper" Discussed on Talking Hoops with Zach Harper
"Welcome to talk him zach harper i'm your host that car from a national nba call mr fane wreck sports dot com find me on twitter talk hoops since the podcast name thank you guys so much for the support last week we were number two on the first couple of days of this podcast please subscribed rate review only five star reviews don't be a jerk but we have a very exciting episode today we have good guest this whole week my honour to introduce formerly of slammed or slim magazine and i guess online of formerly the nba dot com currently of gq when you write about food and chefs and all kinds of cool stuff languid occur with one ave muscle kind of unemployed right now kind unemployed yeah i mean you'd like mildly employed in some jobs yeah you've son of jobs dusting of employment lega a light shower of employment light shower of employment link i bet i know you woke up lamenting this morning and it wasn't employment i went to bed lamenting last night the falcons i you know the guy i was at the super bowl and suffered through that and so i kind of been had this game circle of my calendar for a long time last night's falcons patriots' game and i can i had no idea how things are going to turn out just because that's how things turn out for atlanta sports and at the i felt like the falcons a kind of been stumbling coming into this game and maybe this would be a good chance to right the ship and things tornay treaty defense sucks rate like he's given things gone but now at i i'm not convinced that that fog wasn't some nefarious plot for bill dole.
"harper" Discussed on Talking Hoops with Zach Harper
"Hi i'm zach harper you may remember me from such twitter account as tacos and well it's really only twitter account of having use shouted two finals mep kevin durant i'm a national nba calmness for fenris exports are used to run podcast for cbs sports and predator that around nightly nba chat on espn dot com called the daily damn live muscle one of the basketball fronts consistently getting robbed of deng's budget hoi i like 3point shots getting buckets ricky davis gunners nick cage movies john club india movies horrible action and cooking shows throw timer in some judging into a cooking show and i'll watch it right after i'm done with tiny houses is he may have notice janai along with our friends big was black trade tom however show we start our own podcasts in media network called liberature jet it's under the spotlight media ventures umbrella part of the elti see network includes the podcasts you've come to love and some new things you haven't heard yet but you will one of those things you'll hear is taco's was that carper that's my podcasts separate from the basketball friends talk hoops with me we'll be a lot like the pods i did in the passive for previous employers but i don't have any restrictions now i can say for pretty much whenever i want it's the whole freeflowing conversation thing it'll be me in a guest discussing whatever is happening basketball in the entertainment world it'll be full hoops and tangents should be fun fun way to kill time on your morning commuter while you pretending to worker while you pertain to work out it'll be filed here's what i need you to listen to do please support our network we've got an independent because the support and freedom we wanted wasn't available elsewhere par that means supporting our sponsors when we have them.