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Mark Levin Reacts to Moore v. Harper SCOTUS Decision
"And phony you surrendered all was principles have enough why weren't you was no conservative is proving it every day and barrett obviously is under the spell of roberts and she's become a complete the rise in eighteen t t mobile if you're with them your you're overpaying pure and simple pure talk and easily save your family over nine hundred dollars a year right now get now unlimited talk unlimited text and ultra -fast 5g data for just twenty dollars a month about the coverage you ask it's phenomenal i'm on it pure talk uses the most dependable 5g network in in the nation so grab your phone and i'll pound two fifty and say the keyword mark live in to get unlimited talk text and plenty of data just 20 bucks a month pure talks amazing us service team will make switching very easy so choose a veteran -owned company that cares about keeping big jobs in america and saving you money pick up your phone and i'll pound two fifty and say mark for unlimited
Fresh "Harper" from WTOP 24 Hour News
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"harper" Discussed on Elevation with Steven Furtick
"Hey, this is Steven Furtick. I'm the pastor of Elevation Church, and this is our podcast. I wanted to thank you for joining us today. Hope this inspires you. Hope it builds your faith. Hope it gives you perspective to see God is moving in your life. Enjoy the message. I don't know how. Honestly, I'm flummoxed myself as to how I slid into the DMs of Elevation. I don't know how. I'm shocked. I told Holly in the very beginning, I thought she got me confused with either Lisa Turkhurst, who sells a lot of books, or Lisa Bevere, who preaches in leather pants. And I thought, I know, but I can't, or it sounds like ducks are being killed. There's a lot of squeaking if I preach in leather. And so I really don't know how, other than pure grace, that I get to be here, but I am absolutely delighted I do. There's not too many people I respect more than Pastor Holly and Pastor Stephen. I love Wade and Amy, Chris, Colleen Tunis. There's just so many people at Elevation who have taught me, who have modeled for me, what running hard toward Jesus looks like, what it looks like to be enveloped in a family of faith. And so before we dive into God's Word, let me get you to reach out and touch that saint next to you. This is not rhetorical. Go ahead and touch them. Don't grope them. Just touch them. Gentlemen, I know this is real girly, so y 'all don't have to interlock fingers. You can just awkwardly pinky grip at this point. Those of you joining us online at eFam, you don't have to touch anybody. I hope you're in comfy pants. You can just undo the top button, because this is a safe place to lean into Jesus. We want you to be comfortable. Would you pray for those saints on either side of you? If you're watching by yourself, pray for yourself and pray that in these next few minutes as we dive into this love letter called the Bible, that God will give us eyes to see bigger, ears that hear louder, and hearts that are pliant enough to actually receive the glorious good news that we have a perfect God who loves us unconditionally.
Fresh "Harper" from WTOP 24 Hour News
"Workers in Virginia and DC begin walking picket lines this morning will tell you what it means for you five people were shot last night at Morgan State University in Baltimore classes at the school are canceled today House Republicans now need to find their next speaker after Kevin was ousted in a historic vote keep it here for full details in the minutes ahead it's 748 and we've got traffic and weather on the 8th with Rita Kessler in the traffic center between all the crashes that have been popping up and the foggy conditions in the area we definitely have a lot of delays let's start out on 95 in Virginia northbound delays already back to Route 1 in Spotsylvania headed towards 17 in Fredericksburg because of a wreck on 17 northbound at I -95 with the right lane getting you by Route 1 is taking a lot of the bailout traffic then delays northbound from Dale City into Woodbridge and from Lorton into Newington the good news is the long -standing crash before the Franconia Springfield Parkway is cleared completely all lanes open then the crash closer to the Beltway split remains on the left shoulder with a tow truck on the scene that's drawing some attention northbound 395 after earlier crashes have cleared but your delays are from Edsel Road off and on headed to the scene now the northbound Fairfax County Parkway near 29 was a report of a wreck thanks to college for letting us know the Hillsborough crash on Route 9 near Kramer Lane has in fact cleared but even though it's gone the delays still remain so it is making that detour for the 340 closure in Harpers Ferry much more painful than normal you need to give yourself even more time to get through that today now in Maryland on the Baltimore Washington Parkway a new crash northbound at Powder Mill Road in the left lane southbound at 197 the right side had been getting by the wreck while on the Beltway it's the inner loop near the BW Parkway the crash in the right lane southbound 270 after Montrose Road that wreck reported along the left side while in the district northbound in the 3rd Street tunnel near Massachusetts Avenue the broken -down vehicle in the center of the roadway and northbound DC 295 under Eastern Avenue the broken -down vehicle in the center lane Johns Hopkins Cancer Care in the Greater Washington area with renowned cancer experts in our community including at Sibley and suburban hospitals find out more at Hopkins cancer DC org I'm Rita Kessler WTOP traffic seven news first alert meteorologist Brian Van de Graaff get us updated on the foggy situation this morning yeah the fog continues to lift but I still have a few spots that have had some thick fog
Phillies slugger Harper expected to return to lineup Tuesday
"Philadelphia Phillies slugger Bryce Harper is expected to return to the lineup on Tuesday, 160 days after undergoing Tommy John surgery on his right elbow. The two time national league MVP indicated on Instagram that an appointment with doctor Neal eletro on Monday went well and that he was cleared to return. The Phillies said when Harper had surgery on November 23rd that he was expected to return around the all star break in mid July. Philadelphia was set to begin a three game series against the Dodgers in Los Angeles on Monday. I'm geffen cool bar.
Fresh "Harper" from WTOP 24 Hour News
"Hundred two seven nine fifty three hundred or visit new look home design dot com it's seven thirty again to check traffic and whether on the eights and up first to read a kessler in general you're gonna need to watch out for the extreme foggy conditions that we're seeing in certain parts of the area it's definitely adding to the delays that we're seeing this morning now let's some update of the crashes that we've had in the area northbound ninety -five the delay begins near route one in Spotsylvania headed towards in seventeen Fredericksburg now this is because of a crash that happened on northbound seventeen at ninety five with the right lane getting you by so big delays northbound on seventeen headed from route one and also on ninety five now continuing on ninety five delays from Dale City into Woodbridge then you'll slow through Lorton and Newington trying to get into Springfield we had two crashes on northbound ninety -five that began much earlier this morning both along the left side this is before the Franconia Springfield Parkway then closer to the Beltway split then you have delays from Edsel Road toward King Street and again from the Pentagon headed across the Fourteenth Street Bridge and Case the Bridge the good news there is the crashes after Glebe Road have cleared out of the roadway so your lanes are completely open 395 along northbound Prince William Parkway before Clover Hill Road had been a report of a wreck we also had the crash reported in Hillsboro route 9 near Creamer Lane under police direction now this is part of the workaround for the 340 long -term closure work zone between West Washington Street and Harpers Ferry Road so you need to give yourself even more extra time to get through using that roadway in Maryland it is southbound 270 after the Monocacy River that wreck had been along the left side but the delays have eased where you are solid is from 21 into Gaithersburg and then from 370 all the way to Montrose Road it is after Montrose the left side is blocked with wreck the then you slow at the lane divide onto the spur which joins the outer loop delay from old Georgetown Road to the foggy American Legion Bridge southbound Baltimore Washington Parkway at 197 the right lane gets by the wreck delays from 198 northbound had a rubbernecking backup and if you're on in the district on northbound C295 underneath Eastern Avenue the center lane blocked with the broken down vehicle the inner loop 201 near Kenilworth Avenue was a report of a crash devour $10 football specials at Tavern and Ivy City smokehouse Sundays 1 to 5 chili beef nachos with tortilla chips cheddar cheese pico de Oh guac and sour cream I'm Rita Kessler WTOP traffic and here's 7news first alert meteorologist Brian Van de Graff tracking some sunshine after some morning pockets of fog otherwise low mid 80s once again kind of a three -peat mainly what we've seen the last
Dennis Talks to Adam Nicolson, Author Of "God's Secretaries"
"Is, as I said earlier, God's secretary is just published by, in fact, there are mutual publisher Harper Collins. Now, by the way, let me just tell you, may I call you Adam. You close again. But no, no, no. If you prefer mister Nicholson, I'm happy with that. No, I prefer. Okay. Very good. Adam, I'm sure you've been interviewed by many, and I hope you have because this book deserves wide distribution. But I bet that I'm one of the few radio talk show hosts or television commentators that have interviewed you who actually knows biblical Hebrew. So I come to the only one. Okay, normally the only one in the world. Do I call you mister prager? No, I've earned mister as a result of that. I think it's mister from now on. That would be a way, way ahead of me on that. That would be the first time, though, where the interviewer calls the guest by his first name at the interviewer gets called by a survey. What can you teach me, mister Blake? You're a good man. All right, you might not have please, please call me Dennis. In any event, so I come to this with tremendous interest, obviously. And I have I am always on the search. I have about ten different translations of the Bible in English. And I got to tell you, there are some that are somewhat more accurate at times. And I'm going to talk to you about that. But nothing approaches the King James version for the sense of majesty that the original does have.
Fresh "Harper" from WTOP 24 Hour News
"Remaining in the left lane, then near the Beltway, the crash over on the left shoulder, the tow truck is on the scene. 395 Northbound delays from Edsel Road all the way past Glebe Road. The right lane is blocked with multiple crashes in the right lane, then the delay getting onto the inbound street bridge. We have the crash in Fredericksburg northbound 17 at 95 with the right lane getting you by. We also have the wreck along Route 9 near Creamer Lane under police direction. Why this is such an issue is because long of that -term work zone on 340 with the closure between West Washington Street and Harpers Ferry Road. Route 9 is the workaround. That crash is in the delay for the workaround so that's just going to give you some problems there. Give yourself extra extra time to get through that workaround. Johns Hopkins Cancer Care in the greater Washington area with renowned cancer experts in our community including at Sibley and suburban hospitals. Find out more at cancerdc .org. I'm Rita Kessler WTOP traffic. And here's 7 News First Alert meteorologist Brian Van de Graaf. We are keeping an eye out for some pockets of fog early otherwise good sunshine once again much like yesterday temperatures in the 80s a good 10 degrees
Florida mass shooting suspect killed during police pursuit
"A man suspected in connection to a drive by mass shooting in Central Florida last month was fatally shot by police after a chase. At a news conference Monday, Polk county sheriff Grady Judd says Alex green, a 21 year old with a long rap sheet, was under surveillance in eagle Lake Florida when he fled. Bad decision. He won't make any more. Lakeland police chief Sam Taylor, says investigators think Greene was involved in a January shooting that injured 11 people. We are very confident that he is in fact involved to what extent we don't know yet. Judd says green crashed into a business in Winter Haven, ran into traffic, dragged an elderly woman out of her car, and then tried to run over Lakeland police captain Eric Harper. We didn't choose to shoot him. He chose for us to shoot him with his conduct. State attorney Brian Haas says a task force will investigate, I'm Jennifer King
Fresh update on "harper" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News
"Familiar in faces action former Nationals trade Turner Bryce Harper and Kyle Schwab are helping Philadelphia beat Miami 4 -1 while Michael A. Taylor win one for three in Minnesota's 3 -1 victory over Toronto Andrew Stevenson also on the Twins roster Arizona 6 Milwaukee 3 Texas tops Tampa Bay 4 -0 game 2 of the series that sends its Winter to winner Baltimore begins at 3 this afternoon NFL commanders have their shortest turnaround of to the season FedEx with Chicago field tomorrow coming and after a tough loss in Philadelphia that's a good thing for quarterback Sam Howell For sure especially after a loss you know the first thing that everyone wants to do is they want to get back on the field and kind of get this feeling feeling out out of their body and I think everyone you know wants to go back go out there and try to get back on track so and we're excited we have a short week so we can't really think about the Philly game too much just because we have so much preparation to do in a short amount of time to get ready for Thursday night. Bumps and bruises wide receivers Jahan Dotts and Curtis Samuel both limited in practice same case with running back Chris Rodriguez Jr. and cornerback Christian Holmes. NHL preseason Capitals get by Boston in overtime 5 -4 Dave Preston WTOP Sports. Up ahead developing news we continue to follow it involves a new strike that's starting this morning by health care workers will fill you in. 656. Staples stores provides innovative products in service for small businesses, remote workers and learners even teachers and parents. Explore more at This is the lunch rush at your local deli. Orders are flying in on online the phone and in person. Order for Nick. So is it possible that fast internet can help your business outrun the rush? It is with Comcast Business. Up leveling your speed with gig speed Wi -Fi powering all your devices and
Weakness Is a Choice
"Read to you from a great column by a young man who's at PragerU, CJ Pearson. On the awful role model, prince Harry is to young men. That he is celebrated by CNN, Harper's BAZAAR, and other media, as a model for young men. It's pathetic is just pathetic. Men need boys need male models like they need food. And there's such a paucity of them men so many men have opted to be weak. It's a choice to be weak. Everything is a choice. People should understand that. It's like I tell people during the happiness hour and when they talk about happiness, you choose when to be insulted. Yes. It's a choice.
Unpacking the Mega 2022 Report From Hashrate Index
"Welcome back, the mining pod. On today's show, we're joined by Colin Harper and Erin meru of hashrate index to go over their mega 2022 report. In this show, we talk about machine prices, a state by state energy comparison, mergers, acquisitions, bankruptcies, and much more. Welcome back to the mining pod. I got two of my buddies on the show today, listeners should be familiar with both her faces. If you're watching on our YouTube channel, got Colin Harper, former colleague, and a killing it over at hashrate index as the lead for their content team. And then you are in Belarus who is also a new analyst for them previously arcane research. He joined us back on the podcast at believe in August to talk about energy markets. They're both putting out this awesome new report on behalf of hashrate index. So we're going to dive into it. It's about 2022. Looking back at the data from last year, at the end, we'll get some thoughts from these two research Bros on what they foresee in 2023. But welcome to the podcast, guys. Thanks for joining. Thanks for having us. Yeah, thank you. Cool. So we got a lot of ground to cover. You guys told me that it was like 40 some pages beforehand and now we will not go over all 40 some pages. If anyone's interested, of course, going to hash rate index website and subscribe to their email list and you'll get it into your inbox or just look for on Twitter by both these guys on Twitter. So we'll leave that there. Let's talk about the highlights. So before we do that, we'll give it to you guys for any top thoughts while you guys have been working on this report for last month. Call on my hand it to you first and then two Erin. Yeah, so I guess high level thoughts for the report and ended up being a lot fatter than I thought it was going to be. A lot of that is thanks to having a boy year and over there helping out and adding some really good analysis and plucking some really good data. I guess I would just say it's just has a much different tone than the report that I put out last year. Like when I put out the 2021 year end report, the industry was leaving the year on a high note. Hash price hit an all time high and late October early November, or sorry a yearly high and early October or early November late October of like 41 bucks per PETA hash. And every metric was up, everything was just booming. And now obviously it's the exact opposite. We had an all time low for hash price last year, $55 per PETA hash, asic prices are in the crapper. Mining stock valuations are also in the crapper. It's just everything that we put into this report. Honestly, depressing is not the right word is because it's just where we are in the market cycle, but it was just, you know, everything was like, and this is down. And this is down. And this fell from this height in 2021. So, you know, the report really kind of just looks at how brutal 2022 ended up being. And it kind of caps we cap it off with talking about how, you know, 20, 23 is going to be a real maker to break it year. Especially considering 2021 brought in a lot of pedestrian investors into Bitcoin mining. With the Chinese mining ban, a lot of business, capital interest built up in North America, and a lot of people joined not really expecting what they were going to get themselves into. So 2020 threes module will be survival and that's kind of like the takeaway or thesis of the report. Love it. And same question over to you. High level thoughts on the research report you guys are about to put out. Yeah, I would say the same thing as sickle and hair. It's just being yeah, everything else is going down this year, as you know. So a little bit depressing, writing is report, but it's rather just behind us. And it gets our get the summer of the year, down on the paper, and after we have looked through it, we can look forward to
The Implications of Moore v. Harper
"There's this case That's at the Supreme Court called more versus Harper This is the North Carolina case we've been talking about And this is the case that involves the language about state legislatures in the federal constitution And the Democrats are desperate To prevent the constitution from being applied to elections They've destroyed our election system They've destroyed it This is what the Republicans in the Senate and some of the house Will not come to grips with This is what some of the Republican governors will not come to grips with This is what all the media will not come to grips with particularly those on the take as consultants and pollsters Many of whom have media platforms They just assume find a foil and attack that foil But it's them They've changed the laws in these states and they know exactly what they've done She have a handful of brave Republican legislators and legislatures who are trying to get this under control And of course they're accused of racism Jim Crow two Jim eagle whatever the nut comes up with And so all the talk about suspending the constitution This case is about a constitution being suspended by Democrats and their surrogates in the states Because that's how they win elections The winning a lot of elections because they've changed the voting systems in these states and they've changed the voting systems in these states not to lose but to win
Poll: FBI's Mar-a-Lago Raid Has Eroded Trust in the Agency
"Just the news John Solomon's great sight This is an article by Casey Harper Paul FBI's Mar-a-Lago raid has eroded trust in the agency This new poll they have out Rasmussen shows 44% of surveyed Americans said the raid made them trust federal law enforcement less Folks in a functioning constitutional republic this would be a devastating number that nearly half of the population now is trusting law enforcement less due to an unquestionably unethical raid on a former president's House This would be devastating In a functioning constitutional republic fidelity to the constitution relies on trust by both sides Our trust in government and governments trust in the people or at least some semblance of it That's completely falling apart You'd say oh my gosh the left that loves government must be bothered by this What are you kidding They're not bothered by this at all They don't love government They love power Government's just a vehicle to do it If elected government gets in the way of their power they'll throw government out tomorrow and create a new thing they call government even though it's not government You understand that These are all just vehicles for them to engage in authoritarianism Call it monarchy oligarchy communism socialism as long as they're in charge and you are not They don't really care what you call it
RIP to Great Writer and Political Satirist P.J. O'Rourke
"The person who died didn't faint, you know, it wasn't as sudden sickness after a COVID vaccination and it certainly wasn't a suicide or a hot dose of fentanyl. No. The great PJ o'rourke died of natural causes. Remember natural causes when no one ever thought to think otherwise, yeah. It wasn't a long, drawn out affair, PJ left us after a short illness, and we are all poorer for it. If you don't know PJ o'rourke was, let me give you a quick idea. PJ was for a very long time. The only cool conservative writer in America. His pieces for Rolling Stone and Harper's and a lot of other mainstream outlets featured his take on just how clueless the elite class and the liberal fools were. When I was a kid, I used to read his words whenever I got my hand on a National Lampoon's magazine. And even though I have the time, I didn't know what I was reading. I mean, after all, I was ten, 11, 12. But I knew I was reading something important and even naughty. 'cause reading PJ's words felt exactly like staying up late and watching Johnny Carson at the foot of my parents bed on a school night. And all I had to do was tell my father, but I grew up. I want to have a show like my Douglas and Johnny Carson. And then he always allowed me to watch The Tonight Show. In fact, there were nights you'd come in my room and say, hey, AJ, try to stay awake. Johnny Carson has Jonathan Winters on tonight. He's so funny. And then I crawl into the bed, lie down and watch TV at the foot of their bed. And both parents are smoking. I'm not gonna get windows of clothes, both parents smoking, you know, it's like, all different fucking world. And it was so many moments that went over my head while watching The Tonight Show, but I knew they were important and funny and cutting edge and probably pissing somebody off because of the way my father left.
Anti-Racism Is Alive and Well in America
"Moral principle being defended by Harper Lee and that is evoked by tequila mockingbird is the moral principle that we should not use people's race against them. We should not play the race card. It's the idea that we are all individuals. We are all in the country a minority of one that our rights accrue to us by virtue of being human. These are human rights. And so what you see is that the same anti human hatred that is attacked in To Kill a Mockingbird is alive and well today, except now it marches not under the banner of a certain kind of brazen racism, but now under the banner of an equally brazen anti
There's No Legislative Purpose in Congress Reviewing President Trump's Tax Returns
"So we have this piece in the hill by Naomi Jagoda In Harper Nye dig beats me Anyway federal judge yesterday dismissed an effort from former president Trump to prevent the Treasury Department at IRS from providing House Democrats with his tax returns Look how it's Trump They dismissed his effort to protect his tax returns from Congress Now folks Donald Trump is a private citizen There is absolutely no reason for Congress to have his tax returns None Do you have no of any ex-president that has been treated this way In this latest attack I mean do you know any president that's been treated this way Ex-president They don't want to know about George HW Excuse me George W. Bush's taxes They don't want to know anything about Obama and the hundreds of millions that he's pulled in Why not Now I'm telling you right now when the Republicans if the Republicans take the house and I want to talk about that in a minute if the Republicans take the house they damn well better get on their bikes here They should target Obama or Clinton and somebody and demand their taxes And if the judges think it's no big deal that Congress has a legitimate effort and trying to make tax policy based on what public officials are doing then they should subpoena these This judge is taxes and Supreme Court Justices taxes Why suggest the president our former president in this case There's no legislative purpose
"harper" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Sports show where we explore the big money issues in the world of sports I'm Michael Barnes And I'm Mike lynch And let's continue our conversation on the MLB lockout and look at the legal side of the situation but joined by Martin edel he is the chair of gules and stores sports law practice and an adjunct instructor at Columbia law school Martin thank you so much for joining us Thank you for the opportunity of speaking with both of you Martin why would baseball order the teams to take down images of players during this lockup For instance Bryce Harper was the MVP of the national league as a big banner at Citizens Bank ballpark and they were ordered to take it down Basically eliminating all name image and likeness with ownership gain an advantage by keeping his image up on the ballpark To me that can cut both ways Mike By taking down the image they're preventing Bryce Harper from realizing any licensing fees or other types of revenues he may gain from promoting his name image or likeness But it also affects the team which is trying to do that and ostensibly has a deal with Bryce harbor to license his name image and likeness What I don't understand is the whole hang up about sponsorships What I don't understand how that can be infected and how that is shut down So that's another great question Professional athletes have a limited life in the sand that they play that you can excel for a period of time but eventually age creeps up And they're no longer as viable as stars or viable as professional athletes So they seek to monetize their right as early as they can for as much as they can And by telling sponsors hey we're not going to permit the licensing to go forward You're taking a deep cut into a player's ability to monetize his name image and likeness With the result that they're trying it's an economic tool to try to force the players to come back to the bargaining table on terms favorable to the owners Martin the free agency I think is probably the number one sticking point here The 6 years or 5 should there be a work stoppage is there always a concession that time loss can be credited to a player for instance if he's hit 5 and a half years in and they don't start playing until August of next year That's going to be a subject of intense bargaining whether or not they should credit the player back You will remember back to 2015 with Chris Bryant And of course the cubs did not let Bryant go to the major lease I think it was until the second month of the season and therefore they didn't under the existing rules The cubs did not have to credit Bryant with that particular year That's being accredited towards the free agency time period by an arbitrated that issue was lost So instead of being a 6 year term it became a 7 year term for Brian And here too if the work stoppage well the lockout continues into the year and then there's no time made up and that's not the subject of bargaining that comes out favorable to the players The players may lose some players who would otherwise be eligible for the full year credit towards free agency may find that they're not getting that credit Baseball commissioner rob Manfred said that he believes that an off season lockouts the best mechanism to protect the 2022 season and they hope that the lockout will jump start the negotiations Do you agree with that Martin No A lockout is a very serious economic tactic It's perfectly permissible under the national labor relations act just like a strike is perfectly permissible under the national labor relations act But you look at what happened they had a 7 minute session That didn't bode well for future discussions And the question really becomes how interested is each party in coming back to the table and on what terms Yeah I was supposed to be 9 hours and it wound up being just 7 minutes Right Right So as you probably know pitchers and catchers are scheduled to report around February 15 and exhibition games are scheduled to commence February 26 Given the holiday schedule that's really just around the corner Will the party's comeback to bargain in earnest Will they be able to complete what are going to be complex negotiations before that time is really up in the air Yes there's an advantage to starting during the off season That's probably one of the reasons that the collective bargaining agreement expired during the off season But there's no guarantee that they'll be able to complete these complex negotiations in two and a half months with all the holidays in play Martin at the commissioner said on Thursday that in 1994 baseball made a mistake by starting the season without a collective bargaining agreement and he said we will not make that mistake again Does that sound like something that is very inflexible to you Yes There are other leagues which start the season when they think they've made sufficient progress on a new collective bargaining agreement that they think they're going to bring it across the finish line Taking a hard line position saying we're not going to reopen our doors And get rid of the lockout until we have.
'America Lost' Filmmaker Chris Rufo on the Poisonous Ideology of CRT
"Welcome back to one on one with Chris roof though. All right, so I promised we'd get back to that question of how we leverage our power and how we respond. But let me ask you the personal question. We had, I'm sure you've met him. We had James Lindsay on who's written the book critical theories, which goes into quite some detail. I love this stuff. I'm a one kid Harper goes in some real real detail on. You know, why quick, very, really happened. The role of quit theory the connection to Rachel justice and blah, blah, blah, blah. And I asked him, I had to, because, you know, as a child of people who suffered under ten regimes, I said to this guy, he was born here. Why are you doing what you're doing? Why are you deciding to take on the Goliath? Why are you walking into ariadne's maze as a lone researcher? And he said, and I love his response. He said, I just saw too many of my friends suffering injustice. Across academy being pillory being having their careers destroyed because they didn't want to acquiesce to this political dogma. Let me ask you, Chris, I've seen your film, which doesn't relate directly to what we're discussing, but I think there's a very strong overlap or there's at least a tangent that connects us in terms of what's happened to America in your film America last. But let me ask you. Why are you the guy who triggered the executive order in the Trump administration, banning critical race theory? What was the motivation for you to grasp with this Medusa? Yeah, I mean, it's pretty simple. I love this country. I love what it stands for. I love what it fights for. And I think I saw this hole that's opportunity this problem that conservatives had not developed a new vocabulary to fight these threats. And I thought I was uniquely positioned to be able to articulate it and also given the kind of courage to fight for it. And I think that we need to kind of come together and fight around these inspiring ideals and not let them be degraded and debating and destroyed. And I have a heart for it. I have a heart for people that are suffering for people at the margins of our society. And I saw very clearly that critical race theory is a kind of elite ideology that serves the status of people who are already fine and well off. Yeah. But actually embedded in that theory is something enormously destructive for poor and vulnerable people in our country. And if we want to actually help poor people, if we want to help broken families, if we want to help racial minorities live the full expression of their human potential and contribute to the United States to the fullest extent we have to fight this ideology because it's poisonous. It's pets. And it's anti American to
"harper" Discussed on Bedtime Stories For Kids
"Welcome to bedtime stories for kids. My name is Mike and I'm super excited that you're joining me today. Are you ready for today's adventure? Because today we have a story for Harper, who is living in Tyler, Texas. Hi Harper. Now, if you want me to create a story just for you, then simply ask any grown-up to get in touch. Speaking of grown-ups, hey, grown-ups did you know that the very best way to support this podcast is to leave a review? Share these episodes with all your friends and family. And also, did you know that we published new bedtime stories on our website almost every single day, go check it out at bedtime stories for kids dot CO. Now, if you are ready for today's adventure, then I'm ready, Harper. I hope that you already as well. Can we all raise our left foot as high to disguise we can count down with me if I three two let's go. It is Wednesday morning at the mailman comes to Harper's house and delivers a letter that is addressed to a Harper. On the front of the letter, it just says one thing, and that is invitation. An invitation for what Harper's mom Lauren thinks to herself, as she calls Harper down from her bedroom. There's just arrived for you. It is an invitation. Should we open it? Of course. Harper says. And she opens the invitation. Dear Harper, the invitation reads. You are invited to our Tea Party. When this afternoon at two p.m. a driver will come and pick you up and will take you to Lake candy cane. And the invitation is signed by the mermaids of Lake candy cane. A Tea Party, Lake candy cade, mermaids. Well, Harper, mom says, do you want to join the Tea Party from the mermaids at Lake candy cane? Yes, I do. Harper says, as she rushes back upstairs to get ready. And not long after a driver appears at the house who picks up Harper and off she goes to Lake candy cane. The drive is about 20 minutes when in the distance, the Lake appears. Now, what you need to know is that Lake candy cane isn't just a regular Lake with regular blue water. No, no, no. Lake candy cane, water isn't blue, but it is red. And light. Just like a candy cane. And hardware gets out of the car and she takes a deep breath. The air smells just like, what? Like candy canes. Yummy, Harvard things to herself. When she is greeted by Mr. T and misses party. Welcome Harper, says Mr. T we will be your host for the Tea Party with the mermaids of Lake candy cane. Please follow us to the beach. When she is greeted, by now, one. Not two. No, three, but 11 mermaids who are so excited that Harper is joining the Tea Party. Hi Harper nice to meet you. Welcome Harper. The mermaids all say, please follow us as the mermaids lead the way to the location of the Tea Party. And you see, in the middle of Lake candy cane right on the water, there is a beautiful table setup. It is floating on the water. And this table is decorated in the most awesome way. And on the table, there are ten different kinds of teas, and there are cakes and sandwiches. Please take a seat. Misses party says. When Harper takes a seat and to her left is a mermaid and to her right is a mermaid, oh, what kind of tea do you like? The mermaid asks, we have ten different flavors of tea. For example, we have grapefruit broccoli flavor, we have orange Brussels sprouts, flavor, or made personal favorite, we have salty cherry tea flavor. Oh, Harper says. Would you also just have normal D? Of course the mermaid says. And she pours Harper a cup of amazing just normal tea. Then what about cake? Do you like cake Harper? We have chocolate cake, strawberry cake, banana cake, cherry cake, candy cane cake in many, many more. Oh, oh, can I try the Kinney king cake? Her possess? And then afternoon, Harper has the most amazing time at the Tea Party with the mermaids of Lake candy game. Harper gets to know everything about what it means to be a mermaid and Harper even gets invited to a special mermaid dinner. But that's another day. And before you know it, all the cakes are gone and all the tea is finished and the sun is slowly setting on Lake candy cane. I think I need to go make home, Harper says. And she says goodbye to the mermaids who disappear into the Lake. I had the best Tea Party ever. Harper things to herself. I can not wait to tell my mom all about it. And with that, gonna end today's episode. Please do share it with all your friends and family. I hope you have fun. Join me in the next adventure. And if you want me to create a story just for you, then simply ask any grown-up to get in touch. I can not wait to create an adventure just for you..
"harper" Discussed on The J.R. Hoeft Show
"Welcome aboard. It is episode 96 of the JR have show. It's election season. And so it's very important that we talk to the people who are running for office. All 100 seats to the House of delegates are up for election. And in this era of sound bites, it's so hard to really get and have a good conversation with someone who's running for the House. I mean, you might be able to go to a dinner or something and have a chance to talk to them for 5 minutes or so. But we're really lucky today to sit and have an honest, long half hour conversation with an individual who's running for the House and delegates. Russ Harper in the 94th district in Newport News is challenging democratic incumbent Shelley simons for this seat. And he really goes into the issues that are facing Virginia today. The things that they're concerned about, things like education and school choice, right to life, constitutional freedoms. The economy and COVID, small businesses, protecting the community and public safety and whether or not the police should be defunded. We cover the whole variety of that. But we also learn about Russ himself. And why he's running for the House and delegates. The fact that again, he's just one of our neighbors who's out there who is putting himself out there to talk about the issues that are of importance to us here in the Commonwealth of Virginia. So again, really appreciate Russ's time and I think you're going to enjoy this really forthright conversation with Russ Harper. Let's get underway. Hey, Russ Harper welcome to the podcast..
McNeil's Homer Lifts Mets; Phillies Slip in Playoff Race
"The Braves lead the NL east by two games following the Phillies three two loss to the Mets New York came back from a two run deficit and went ahead on Jeff McNeil Homer off losing pitcher Kyle Gibson leading off the seventh I mean if I could change about that was a very good pitching in on this little frustrating missed that one but I know it is a problem in the you know same page same change up enough you can miss that one the deal also singled and scored on dom Smith's game tying two run double in the sixth winning pitcher Erin Luper skipped a bases loaded jam in the sixth Edwin Diaz worked the ninth for his twenty ninth save Bryce Harper drove in a run and scored a run for the Phils who are three and a half games behind the cardinals for the second NL wild card I'm Dave Ferrie
Harper Homers, Rallies Phils From 7 Down in 17-8 Win vs Cubs
"Down seven nothing nothing's offense exploded for seventeen runs in a seventeen a win over the cubs scored seven runs in the bottom of the fourth inning the bill to the lead for good with three runs in the bottom of the sixth RBI double by Bryce Harper and a two run single by Didi Gregorius scored five runs in the bottom of the seventh capped by a three run home run by Barbara his thirty third of the season when this year is gonna win the game right there especially on in your face and on the top that Mets team at Citi field so I'm gonna get that W. today and we're able to do that the wind and able to fully support within three games but actually he's leading a lot of rain Michael Luongo Philadelphia
"harper" Discussed on Joyce Meyer's Talk It Out Podcast
"Never never can do. Cook anything in a pan for uh paying wearing a great spiritual also we. We've we think proverbs. Three run is a real thing we don't realize that's actually hebrew hyperbole. There was not one woman that was a composite several gifts. And we've said. Well you can mike rare with jewish woman. Who did that. I like to hard. I think rather women instead of saying. I'm listen you going. I'm calling you and six years eighteen. Because you'll help me but missy and i will look different than you and take care but you're gonna go lisa. This guy did. Yeah because also saw maddie for eleven. No good thing. Yes he withhold yeah from him his walk upright always paraphrase or say or for from her who often stumbles. If we're walking toward jesus we're not gonna miss it. Yeah we may drop a few balls. Were not going to perfectly. But he is he. His his consistency is what we stand on his faithfulness. Stand on and i do think it's important to bring back what you said about the cs. Lewis quote about the cocooning of the heart. Because it's easy when you have those the you know the whole like the hope deferred makes the heart sick. Yeah you know like your you allow yourself to is why people say like how do you keep. I get a lot of message. Like how do you keep moving. I'm like i. Don't i just make a choice. That god we gotta do this. I will not allow my heart cocoon. I will not allow myself to sit in a dark room and be upset are sad because this happened or this because of that that can go that can apply not just a motherhood but divorced in any kind of the point anything that your heart desired. That you haven't gotten yet like your. You can allow yourself to get in that dark space. You say like i'm gonna have hardened but the key is to keep that art heart pliable and keep and run towards god. He's running towards you like i think. That's super super important. What a great conversation. Thank you all so much. And we're gonna end with joyce in just a minute praying over all of us as women and moms and so just a a great perot. Well we have our friend. Lisa harper lisa is going to be one of our special guests at our fortieth anniversary women's conference to be such a fun party when i get to be with a couple years ago. I am waiting for the shooter drop. I'm like surely y'all think you've invited. Lisa veer released.
McMahon, Hilliard Homer in 9th, Rally Rockies Over Phillies
"Pensioner Ryan McMahon and Sam Hilliard hit back to back home runs with two out in the ninth inning sending the Phillies to a demoralizing for three loss to the Rockies in Canada he retired the first two batters in the ninth and was one strike away from the save until Colton Welker singled and scored on the man's go ahead home run we're kind of trying to play spoiler right you know we're we're playing some teams are trying to play a spot so you know we're just going to kind of be are getting in you know there's a lot of fun not comes following the night Philadelphia had runners on second and third in the bottom half Brad Miller scored on a ground out the Carlos Estevez struck out pinch hitter JT Realmuto to end it Bryce Harper hit his thirtieth home run for the Phillies who now sit three and a half games behind the NL east leading Braves I'm Dave Ferrie
Eduardo Escobar's Homer Lifts Brewers Past Phillies 4-3
"Milwaukee leads the NL central by twelve games after Eduardo Escobar hit a tiebreaking solo Homer in the sixth inning sending the brewers past the Phillies forty three the walkies bullpen covered five in the third shutout innings of relief after Freddy Peralta came out of the game Josh Hader closed it out for his twenty ninth save in thirty one opportunities Bryce Harper homered for the Phillies who dropped two or three in the series Harper also worked out of bases loaded walk the Phils remained two one half games behind the NL east leading Braves and R. three games out of a wild card spot on the ferry
Harper, Phils Hit 6 HRs, Wheeler Shuts Down Brewers 12-0
"Brad Miller homered twice and Jean Segura added a grand slam as the Phillies crush the brewers twelve to nothing Bryce Harper in remote catching Freddy Galvis also went deep with harboring Galvis doing it for the second straight day so girls slam came in a seven run eighth Zack Wheeler struck out nine while scattering five hits over six innings against the NL central's run away leaders get enough momentum going early is big you know specially built over try complex right now you know it's big get out front early and I was able to ride that your best interests at losing pitcher Brandon Woodruff was reached for four runs over six innings the Phillies are within a game and a half of the NL east leading Braves the brewers remain eleven games up on the Reds I'm Dave Ferrie
Herrera Hits RBI Single in 10th, Phils Avoid Sweep in Miami
"The Phillies avoided a three game sweep by downing the Marlins forty three I know doable Herrera's RBI single in the tenth inning Herrera had been over for in the game before driving an automatic runner Freddy Galvis from second a sharper his twenty seventh Homer and Galvis also connected for the Phillies the Phils broke loose in the fourth as Harper homered in Galveston a two run drive for a three one lead winning pitcher Ian Kennedy tossed two scoreless innings and struck out four Dylan Floro took the loss the Phillies remained two games behind the NL east leading Braves on the ferry
"harper" Discussed on Bedtime Stories For Kids
"Kenya queen and as they leave they get a basket filled with some of the most amazing and delicious candy back in the balloon. It is time for liftoff pizza pizza. Oh you ready then. Count them with me and three enter ellen. School few hours go by. Luckily there's enough candy. So alex doesn't get hungry and alex looks through the ground and he sees a lot of land and nature and green and he wonders where they are. Maybe we should go. Inland are balloon. Somewhere here and alex decides to lower their balloon more and more and more until the balloon safely lands in a big greenfield surrounded by forest alexan- pizza pizza. Get out of the balloon. Take a look around there surrounded by a forest but to the left side of the field there seems to be an entrance into the forest. Let's go here. Alex and he walks into the forest. At first it seems like any other regular forest. When suddenly pizza pizza's it's like pizza. Pizza is trying to say something when alec suddenly realizes that there is someone in their tree. It's simon this la. Hi i'm alex. Hi i'm simon. He says super slow. Hey simon nice to meet you. This pizza pizza. Welcome to our forced. This is the slav forest. I live here with two hundred of my relatives. What brings you here today. Oh i'm just visiting alex. When at that moment a noise becomes louder and louder and the distance. It's like a car track. The trap just gets bigger and bigger. It's a huge truck. It's a monster truck and on the license plate it breeds rich monster truck stops and a boy jumps out. Hey i'm rich. Who are you. I'm alex and this is pizza pizza. Oh i'm on my way to visit my siblings harboring sawyer. Do you want to join. We're having afternoon cake. And alex jumps into the monster truck and pizza. Pizza goes in the back end. Rich drives off. Hold on. He says it just rained. So we're driving through quite a few month puddles wallow and as he says it. They're driving through a huge mud puddle after a bumpy ride through the forest the end up at a little house. This is it come meet harper and sawyer. They walk into the house and go straight into the living room. Where harper and sawyer. Stand in front of a huge tv. Doing gymnastics join us. They say the alex decides to join harper and sawyer in their gymnastics exercise. Rich joint as well. And i'm going to have work on my monster. Truck show gymnastics is way harder as alex. This bans to keep up with harper and sawyer. Luckily after a few exercises they are finished. Who takes a deep breath. Who wants cake. Sawyer says oh. I do yells rich from the outside. I made it this morning together with harper alex. Do you want a big slice or do you want a big slice. I want to be clients. Says as he sits down in the kitchen. So you're cuts a huge slice of cake and of course also a slice for harbor and veg. Here you go. This is a peanut buttery. Whip creamy cheesecake strawberry jimmy chocolate pudding e candy. Caney black forestry chocolate sprinkly cake. I can't wait to try alexis. Try it it's yummy. Harper says is my favourite. We eat this cake once a day. once it day. Alek says well lucky you and what we don't eat. We share with simon the sloth or with any of our kids yom. This is an amazing cake as alex. Sit luckily we did some exercise because this will be out for my breakfast lunch and my dinner can pizza pizza also trying the cake of course harper says as she puts a piece of peanut buttery whip creamy cheesecake strawberry jemmy chocolate pudding. Candy caney black forestry. Chocolate spring cake on a plate for pizza. Pizza to enjoy your living in an amazing place and excess. Commit ask where we are. Because i just came flying in on a hot angolan. this is a sky sawyer says well. I wonder what kind of adventures i can have here. Alex thinks himself and then afternoon. Alex pens with ridge harper and sawyer. Eating this amazing cake and daydreaming of the next venture and with that. We're going to end today's episode. Please do share with all your friends and your family. And i hope you had fun. Join me tomorrow for the knicks adventure. If you want me to create a story just for you and simply ask any grownup to in touch so that being said i wish you could night shoes. Sweet dreams if you're not yet going to sleep. I wish you an amazing. And i'll see you in the next adventure tomorrow..
"harper" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Lsu watch his game the other night. No the second half was awful right. who's terrorist. So i mean everybody needs to improve now. The joe grady didn't call the plays at lsu as much credit as he got. It's still an art to calling a game and you have to learn how to do that. You can't just put a guy in. That's really good on the drawing board and say all right go go out and help call the some games. It's evan flow its ups and downs. You gotta have a rhythm to the game. And i think. Lsu is talented defensively. I think they will bounce back. They will be better because they were god. Awful defensively last year. So now i think defensively. It'll be better under toronto jones. I think they'll be better schematically in the back half defense not give up so many big place and that alone will give them a chance. Now the biggest question mark have is. Can they run the ball consistently inconsistent meaning on their terms when they want to run the ball. Everybody in the stadium knows that. Lsu has to run the ball here. Can they still get a first down or do it. On their terms. And also the health of max johnson without mouths brennan if max johnson goes down you right back in. The same boat lasted where. You're playing freshman quarterbacks. Just trying to piece together an offense to try and get you something out there to score some points on the week to week basis. And that's just not going to win in today's college. Football especially in the sec. Well let's go to the most talked about school in the. Sec is georgia and latest. Been for all the wrong reasons. I mean i'm. I'm afraid to check the curvy smarts again to get his foot hard pretty soon which going on there and can they overcome this in the next ten days. Well you hope so. They got the talent to do it in town. It's not going to be the issue it's about kirby has to keep this ship going in the right direction. No matter who's on it who's off of this is all we got right now. We got to continue to go forward and understand that. You've got the quarterback that can do it all you got the wide receivers that can do it. And i know eric gilbert is. We don't know where he is and we know everybody was expecting big things out of him. But now you gotta really lean on darnold washington the tied in and not just a block or like a guy. I need him to be guy needs to be tied in. Sec if you're going to compete because outside of your two receivers jemaine burden and cures jackson. I mean you've really don't have any other production especially with lease losing pickens your best one. So i'm really looking forward to this offense how they continue to improve in defensively all the secondary pieces that they lost. It's easy to say that. George is going to be good because kirby smarts defensive guy and the defensive backs is his baby is but you still have to go out there and prove it to me on saturdays. You have to go out there and get it done. And i didn't want to talk about alabama. But but i want to ask you about them because i just a you you you for your from there you played there and i have watched this program for a million years and never i'm talking fan. I'm talking to the players. I've never talked to the fans. Were there was just no in between. I mean alabama is going to win every game but one hundred points and the national championship is in the bag. Why why why should i not believe. This should just go ahead. And just put the money down in alabama. As i always. Do i think you if you're a betting man you should. You should definitely push the betsy. What happens you better get it. You'll get better right now than you would later on the season there. Eight knows so you better get it now. That's a good point. So and you're right paul. We should just go out there and pick alabama every year and to prove is because if not i just call see myself doing it all the time and i really believe that george is going to be better than alabama this year or am. I just tell them myself that because eventually the odds say that they're going to lose one of these games are we just playing mental gymnastics here and just making it up or is alabama's just gonna continue to dominate that. Like no other. We've ever seen in any other conference. Either it's just. They continue to win. They continue to dominate. And no matter who they lose coach or player there in results still remains the same and as long as nick savings there. They're going to win and they're going to recruit at a high level and they're going to coach them up. I mean you look at the way. He just called out a billingsley this past week and he's a great player and it doesn't matter how good you are if you don't do things for the right reasons at the right time all the time you won't play and it doesn't matter about it in the competition is is such a high level that it pushes all the players to remain that. Hey the knick said he's i guess. This is not a dictatorship. This is democracy. It's on you to call nick. I don't think.
"harper" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Openly supported the Vietnam War. At the time. All of the songs popular on pop culture radio were dominated by anti Vietnam saw. His was, in fact, probe Vietnam. I was recorded by John right. There was even used in the movie, full metal jacket that came out 1987 but one of his most successful hits in one of his earliest system hits. Was when he wrote Harper Valley P T a o. I know that Jeannie C. Riley actually recorded that in 1968 and a hit number one and a hit number one Really quick, baby. Let's hear a little bit of this. What a great song I want to tell you all the story about Harper Valley widows while who had a teenage daughter who attended Harper Valley Junior High. Well, her daughter came home one afternoon and didn't even stop to play. Oh, and she said Mama got a note here from the Harper Valley P T. All the Harper Valley P. T. P. J hit number one on the Billboard hot 100 country singles it sold over six million copies that won a Grammy. One A. C M. A award in the song would actually go on to inspire emotion picture? That's right. That's right by the same name. Harper Valley P T a believe you ought to be a bringing up your little girl that way. So here we come, and it was signed by the Secretary Harper Valley Peak. The day my mama socked it to the Harper Valley B G A Well, we lost Tom T.
"harper" Discussed on thebuzzr pod
"Them. Yeah good looking now. I don't alter me. Jared harper real out on a gearhead is here dated. She's i'll be right here And ooh four soon you event and take me. I really like it. Has your rock pop countryside to. Yeah yeah. I actually protect covering different along different. Which is actually planned for me. Because i've been watching since the beginning did to dynamite by btf song which is a very very funky. take on that. I like it surprises underserved. Mice do follow. Yes now not really. But i saw the only cover that song because I'm obviously i've heard.
"harper" Discussed on thebuzzr pod
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"harper" Discussed on thebuzzr pod
"Sounds like twitter. Smarr going to go into a poetry reading right to something. Ram breaking it. I call face. Smoke is to me. I have to be on facebook but to me. It's a dead platform. I agree at you know. S said Music like there's too much big brother on facebook regardless of where you add on the political spectrum to me i just i prefer to reach out. Even though is dram is by Marva animal marvin nicer like just the interface. The retirement instagram so those incredible incredible video shots on instagram. Thank you Like Photographers while i think you know that. And are they at the dog. Patch those shots yards area. This is incredible. Who's capturing that. A my friends serena. I don't know her last name but Gee i want to middle school with her. And i was actually doing a gig in la a couple years ago might might like three or four years ago but she saw that i was doing a gig there. She was going to school In l. a. and She asthma. she just the end me on instagram. If i needed some photos. If you know if i'd be up to have her you know shoot some shoot. Some live live shots. And i said yes. Of course. why not get this year to Middle school And saw gee. I mean she did an incredible job. That first time it'd be a no brainer ever do it again And then the all those shots At the dog patch said she did a really good job. I ask standing knows how to make. Look good to think important. Yeah that's just as important. Yeah so we're gonna play. Let's get it on Shortly cover Gays song to seventy three. What makes son. i've always. I've always loved the saw. Obviously let's Just a classic. But i was just planted in a living. We're actually we were missing one song to play for that dog patch session. We out all the other one's figured out. We just didn't know what to players to the next one else. Playing that in the living room I just kinda started the the beginning And i played around with that screen that he does in tryon. That sounds all right in the casey my manager who used also incredible. She does so much for me. Who figures out all this logistical thing. So i could just focus on singing and stuff. He came in the room and she was like. Wow we're doing that one for sure I don't know it's just one of those things. I came on a women and it just felt right and it just worked out It's awfully people washing it in listening to feel the same. I think it turned all right. Great take j. camera. I guess so. I guess just like some apple pretty much. It was. yeah. I would agree not like marvin gaye. The reason go down that rabbit hole. Juneau's that the song was written in his lead for sexual liberation because some cbc had as i did not know that. Yeah oh yeah. He used music. As i guess. He's peter pan to away getaway getaway. Yeah i guess. I mean all artists are like that. Raviol- draw inspiration.
"harper" Discussed on thebuzzr pod
"Wow be so good. They have to notice you. What's our buzz. Dot com on the banks of the greater river. High above the alert gorge this is the buzzer podcast. Indie music new releases. Industry insiders out of the box conversations with guests from the junior from the west coast to the east coast to cross upon an from down under and now here shame. Hey you i am. This is on air in his show while at enjoy episode fifty eight. I music history for june twenty nine in nineteen eighty-four. Bruce springsteen kicked off the first leg of his born in the usa tour with the three night run at the civic center in saint paul minnesota springsteen would play one hundred fifty six shows ending on october second. Nineteen ninety five in los angeles. Jared harper is back on the podcast for a second guest spot today. he is in kucic style. Singer songwriter born and raised in san francisco. Following his time.
"harper" Discussed on Good Life Project
"My guest today. And harper nichols is an artist and poet whose work is inspired by real life interactions and stories so interestingly morgan spent.
"harper" Discussed on The Spivey Special Podcast
"Grabbing. Let's get ready for grab bag. Troy did you have a grab bag or my starting enough tonight. New start got one. It's bruin jin the keurig right now as parts of finish the water's not heated up yet. I will start off with the first one. We're going to start off with a cage match you ready. For all of the disney princesses are in a cage match. Who's the last one standing wins in the battle between all of the disney princesses harper. We're gonna start with you and you think moana win. That's a pretty. It's a pretty good guess. I think that's as easily top three. The only other one would be elsa who else has got magic powers. That's i know. That's why. I think narrative from brave with a tough moulana. It'd be pretty tough. i think. Jasmine scrapper at. She looks like she'd be a scraper. Yeah harper who else do you would be good I don't know what do you think about bell. Do you think bell would be good hansen. She reads books though but she hangs out the beast on the edge of beast will be in the fight. I know but she learns from him. Oh she can she bring her plate and candle with her. dang okay harper. Here's my question. Would you rather be a corn dog in live in somewhere. Words really hot or just be a normal hotdog -sposed in place. It's really cold electrically. Okay so you'd be a corn dog. Yes cornerback s sweaty corn. Dog all the time. What about you. i think i would rather be cold. I be regular hot dog being exposed to the elements. Yeah i mean you can always put on a bun or be a nacho irish. Be like i would be a like hot dog leg. The normal hotdogs like when you cook them in your like you be an uncut dogs a raw. Those are the best attorney says uncle trial. Would you be. i think i would go corn dog. Just be sweaty hot dog. You know maybe cut holes for is where would you is the. if you're a corn dog. i don't know that's a good question. I get to pick. I don't think it probably at the top. The sticks your feet. The stick wouldn't be like your hair no okay. He won't be ready harper k- we're living in the trash truck universe app meaning that you can talk to animals and trash trucks and all of these things can just come inside your house and camp outs in your backyard. What thing in this universe would you want to be your best friends if anything could talk in. Anything could be your best friend. What would you want it to be. Which animal i would say if it would if weaver late if it was we were like in an animal area like we were in a book. We like we were in like. We're in a book and like we was talking animals to us em would be like the turtle Tug into no way. You like turtles. He adds your best friend would be turtle. es with his best friend. turtle's name. I know carlos landon. I think mine would be a refrigerator. Because then like he's always with me and then like i always get food out of them and doesn't have to be plugged in because he's my best friend and he's alive it makes sense makes sense. What would you go. But i think it would be like a golf cart. A golf cart. Yeah i mean this. Is the headlights like the trash truck but it could talk probably know some cool stories. Probably knows all the golf courses really. Will i jump on and take a ride if i needed to feel. It could actually come in the house. Or i don't think trash truck could come in the house. You're not get bigger doors. I mean as can be my issue too. Is my refrigerator friend. Need a little more thinking on. That question lakers your question. My question i make just ask us good question unless you aren't question you can think of If you're go ahead harper if you are in a book in had a friend willing to be. I was in a book and i have a friend. My friend will would be a piece of celery gallery. A book and i would just throw peanut butter out of all the time my friend. It'd be talking manatee then. His name would be gene and we would hang out florida. Okay okay harper. If we were going to go to the park right now would you ride a bike. A scooter right in the wagon or cart wheel a lag. Need right in the lagging. I think that's the least amount of work. No exercise involved now all right. I think that's all we got. That was a fun run harper. Thank you for coming on. The show allowed very exciting. Took a sixty seven episodes. I don't think you are able to answer the questions when we started doing podcasts. You're able to be a guest. So that's exciting. I think you're writing on. And i love your pink little headphones thank you. I was talking to your dad. My mom my mom for my school. But i normally use stuff when lucas loud. Yeah that's smart right try. Where can people find us on social media. You can find us on facebook. Instagram and twitter spivey special tiktok and the ol- tiktok zac. What's our website. It's spivey special. Podcast dot com. You can check in on the latest status of our bracket challenges. You can listen to. The podcast can even donate to the show. If you're a super cool cat roy. Harper's getting on the website right now. Donate money and cool. Eight houses. Look cool cat. That's very true. We got anything else. Zach your fat truly your fat later..
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"Ellen's parents founded the Folk Music Center in 1958. After her father was blacklisted for refusing to name names and lost his teaching job. It was Pete Seeger, who suggested that if he started a shop, selling and repairing instruments, he'd never have to worry about being hired or fired. Helen and Ben Harper spoke with Terry Gross. Alan Harper Been Harper Welcome to fresh air. It's a pleasure to have you on our show. I want to start with a song. It's called Houses a home and It's from the album of duets that you recorded together called Childhood home. You recorded this in 2013. It was released in 2014. And Ben. This was when you decided you wanted to do an album of duets with your mother. What made you decide to do that? Well, I recorded a record with my mom because it was something I had always wanted to do. We used to sing around the house constantly. So For me growing up and growing into being a professional musician. It just made too much sense. She's so good and has so many great songs is such a great writer. And I had to take the opportunity. Well, let's hear the song This'll is Ellen and Ben Harper Do Wedding on Ben's Song House is a home. Houses. Oh, even when it's done. Even when the grass is over, grown in the yard. Even when does is too old to mine. And when you said nothing table trying.
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"Honesty charity releases one of my current tax. I love the cat. She malady is good. Yeah i love. Yeah thank you. So he for saying the abso Data music video of the grant. Was that jawn talk about that. Sure yeah. I took a lot of inspiration from i saw coldplay's music videos from yellow I don't know if you're familiar with it. But he he's just walking down a beach down like by the water though captivating part about that is all slow but yet his voice is singing on tune. In or on time. I was like i. I gotta know how he does that. Concessions fascinating And it looks cool. Feels awesome I experimented searched around for you know how to do that. In a took a small crew out to ocean beach here in san francisco and we actually went out. How man must have been like three times and each time. There's something wrong like either. There was like a spot on the lands. Or you know someone was in the back or something. And it was all sunny days and his great lighting and We almost got like a little frustrating china record this thing because it's it's a relatively short as you're playing it like two times faster than the actual song goes so it's it's really only like a minute and a half of walking backwards you know and we just but i mean getting out there and filming it that takes hours and so we finally went out for the last time but we are checking the weather and it was just miserably. Foggy and cold and windy. As and i was like i just wanna get it over with less stewart. An so we went out there and we took this So one single take and I think it was like the perfect take. That was the best one we did. I'm for me. I think of things as meant to be you know like maybe the universe was saying like i think you can do a little bit pattern Thankfully we went out another time to do it. But i sent it I actually had A guy named dennis willis. He's over at sound ways a tv. They actually debuted it on their On their thing on their show. And i'm grateful for him for editing that i think he did a stellar job with everything he did announce a great video job By a lot of videos take more than one. Take douzaine right right. Yeah well. I mean i think it was. It was all depending on what production you do. You know. i didn't wanna. I didn't wanna do like a huge flashy thing for the song. I think it's it's kind of like a slow burning croon almost no and so i think if it s i think i i heard slow mo you know. It's a slower song so yeah it's very interesting just to you know. See how all of that turns out after you selma. I've never done anything like that as very fun. I'll also agreed to what men's to be meant to be k- saw sarah save more either as back in my mom's day so a merger eva you mentioned one of the producers work with other producers. Have you're with that. Yeah i just Actually wrapped up a song with A guy in england one of song. It's called about you Not sure what. I'm going to release it but gonna release it soon. by i i was. I had this song in mind and I knew how i wanted to go. But i just didn't know how to get there and I found this guy in england. He'd just fit the bill Once his name. Josh josh tyler i believe is the name and yeah he. He really just took it home. But it's like I don't know if i want to give it away too much now. Come back show very much. Yeah i will love to. Yeah so josh He together all the music. I showed them. I showed them what how i wanted to go. And he i mean he worked super hard on any gets back super quick and he. I don't know how he does it but he got it in one take everything bass guitar drums And he sent it back over to me. He has his own studio over there and A recorded my vocals over here in Then we pretty them up a little bit and the restless history. Yeah but. I'm looking forward to release that one because that song i wrote it i think in twenty eighteen later years later. Half of two thousand eighteen and Most of the songs actually the plan to release This year i've written you know they're all like that like a year old or two and I'm just trying to get out there. You know it was just finding the right person. You want to do it right now. One hundred percent handier. You're gonna release some singles or are they gonna go by some of the tracks within an hour you know. I think i've had a lot of conversations about this A lot of people released singles now instead of albums. Because nobody's really listening to albums unless you're like a top five top artists ray But i think i'm gonna release them all a single. There's going to be nine singles and then A- probably throw in the nine th one with the album And just kind of make them all so you need to know where to find them all you know. I think i think they're all gonna be singles for now. Sounds very exciting. Yeah that's how it goes right. It's just another single after another single after another single. would you ever put it out of vinyl. I would love to put it out on final. Yeah i think. I have to find the the The audience of vinyl listeners. To start doing that. But oh yeah. I love anything. That's in the that rome. Actually i've iowa you. You know who introduced me to reintroduce me vinyl again twenty five year old daughter is so yeah. It's you know they said about that. Yeah there are some. They have their own player in the whole. This visit have dinner here the old way around. I think that's so interesting has a couple of years back. A store was urban outfitters. They started selling record players I remember seeing. That probably was probably in high school when that happen ever since then vinyl has been coming back with you know the kids my age and you know even younger but i think it's super i think there's something so organic about putting a disc on record player and than having it play that way instead of going on your phone and you know president play button. This is some different. Feel you get from vinyl. It's it's you only like you'll get it if you do it. You know. And i don't know if i can explain it and do it justice. I was in the air vinyl and it was One maybe not. Winter came out on the record. Zyppah were minal. That i it. Just celebrate some s'amuse against it celebrates to music feel like you're you can close your eyes really experience that a lot more than you can on the digital format. At least you feeling. Do you miss going to like record stores. Or i'm assuming you like record stores bottom you know Yeah yeah. I do miss..
"harper" Discussed on thebuzzr pod
"From the banks of the grand river high of the gorge this is the buzzer pod. New releases industry insiders out of the box. Conversations in with guests from the north from the west coast to the east coast can across the pond down. Now here's hayes. Shay here the indy on the air. Welcome in enjoy episode. A this is becoming a thing. The buzzer podcasts added a thursday broadcast to the show. We are to safe thursday and friday and all indie so what's nuts february for music. History trivia boils out while born in nineteen forty eight. Alice cooper celebrates number seventy three of his walk around our planet happy birthday. All's we lost so talented. Karen carpenter in nineteen eighty three. She died at thirty two. In two thousand and sixteen. The prince wales knighted van morrison. Nothing short of amazing amd bob dylan went electric at the nineteen sixty five in newport folk festival yet. It was today february. Fourth itin sixty six the first date on a world tour on which still an used electric instruments today. Jr harper joins us from san fran. Jared harper is an acoustic style. Singer songwriter or embraced in san francisco. He racked up over six hundred thirty thousand views on youtube after hearing on season. Eighteen of the voice. Jared is an upcoming indie artists. We need to have on the podcast. So we invited him. Hey jared welcome. Thank you for comment on the show. Great to have you fake you for having me andro here you. You've done a lot it on a lot. We'll go over that for the fans and them. So how'd you get Who inspired you like. It was first inspiration nominated family and artist sort of blew you away while my father had thrown me into guitar lessons when i was younger and i had no idea on to be honest. I had no idea what guitar was. It wasn't even like in. Idaho yeah i didn't. I didn't even have any interest in it. In my friend was taking lessons so We paired he paired me with him. So we were just Taken it from this guitar. i enjoyed it but i still didn't really have that interest in it Because i was. I will i come from an athletic family. So baseball was like my sport and I thought i was going to be in the mlb by now but I found this love for music later on Probably around like middle school and of middle school into high school and Yeah that's how i got into. It was guitar lessons. I've been playing guitar for quite a while now. So when you got the guitar you didn't really know what to do with a at wall. I've found it pretty easy from what i was learning. I was learning blues and all that I found it pretty easy and like it was cool. I don't. I don't think. I just quite got the significance of making music just yet you know i think i was. It came a little bit too. Quick to I don't want want that to come off the wrong way I just picked it up real quick. And i don't think I found. i don't think i found it when i needed it. If that makes sense Yeah and I mean in probably in middle school. I think i got this big ditch with the beatles music And i think it just took off after that. I learned like every single one of their songs and then i saw the beauty of it. Well the beatles weren't the only influence we'll talk about that later so okay you talk time off a to your bio says refined your sound since your debut. Ep if i being on us through it was released Two thousand eighteen. Can you tell me about that. Like why did you took time off. Jimi lessons No i i was having Why yeah how do i want to word this. I recorded those songs. I had just kind of like i. I haven't released any music. I think maybe i Posted covers on youtube or instagram. But i was still like really shy about letting everybody know that. I'm a musician and singing and all that And i came out that ep just to let everybody know that i'm this. I'm serious about this. And i'm not just going to keep posting covers and stuff. Is anybody can do that. You know and i found like this real love for impassioned for writing music and creating it and i actually had my The guy who was teaching me guitar early on this is like what he does. He's a producer mixer. He does a plethora of things but I had him help me on that. Ep and he i think he did a fantastic job from what i was looking for. And then Probably a little bit after outs like thinking i could probably produce something Myself like i could probably get something that i'd like to listen to you know like i didn't it came out. I think like i said i think he did. A great job but I think the music that i was creating wasn't where i wanted to go Just sat down with my notebook and really Thought about what. I wanted to do and Yeah i came out. I just wrote and wrote and row and now i'm finally coming out with all those songs Or i came out with one of at least than other opportunities Came up and it was more of like a do one or the other and so I had to take a break writing and recording and take up these other adventures if you will But now now that can just sit down and record them and release them That's focusing on. That's awesome and how is the voice experience yeah so it was an incredible experience As one could imagine It's my mom's favorite show. So that's why i hopped on it. I initially said no has. I thought it wasn't really. You know the direction i wanted to take in my career.