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Louisiana state troopers charged in beating of Black man

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 6 d ago

Louisiana state troopers charged in beating of Black man

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Republicans look to surrogates for boost in Ohio Senate race

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 2 weeks ago

Republicans look to surrogates for boost in Ohio Senate race

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Scherzer cruises, Alonso drives in 5 as Mets beat Phillies

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | Last month

Scherzer cruises, Alonso drives in 5 as Mets beat Phillies

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Anti-Racism Is Alive and Well in America

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

00:44 sec | 3 months ago

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

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There's No Legislative Purpose in Congress Reviewing President Trump's Tax Returns

Mark Levin

01:40 min | 5 months ago

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

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"harper s" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

06:18 min | 5 months ago

"harper s" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"It is national signing day and we will have all of it here and we will try to cover every available. Angle from start to finish as we say hello to you and get right to the headlines. National signing day 21, the race is on and at this hour, which is a three O one Eastern Time. Let's look at the rankings and yeah, it's a surprise. Alabama. Number one, Georgia at the number two position, I'll go ahead and read this for those of you who are not in front of a television right now, which would include a lot of you in cars and listening on the radio. A and M it, the three position missou at number four, that is a tenth overall in the country, Kentucky. At the number 5 position 13th overall South Carolina 6 in the SEC 16th, auburn has made quite a move overnight and currently has the 7th position and 7 teeth overall. This is an all SEC list when you get right down to it both obviously in the SEC but outside as well, Arkansas, LSU, Tennessee at number tenth, which makes them 23rd overall, Mississippi all this, Vanderbilt, 34th nationally in Florida is in the rear. Elsewhere in recruiting have you heard about what Jackson Jackson state did? That's Deon Sanders team. Travis hunter, the number one player in some polls in the entire nation, spurned Florida state. Yes, that is Deon Sanders Alma mater to land at Jacksonville Jackson state, not Jacksonville, David Jackson state in Mississippi. That is the story of the day. It's a story that will get a lot of juice around the country, transcending the college football platform, and we'll talk more about how that happened. Assuming we can figure it out later in the show, Roman Harper joins us right off the top jumbo, three 45 Clarke Lee, Brian, a big rush, Shane beamer and Dan grunfeld, the son of Ernie grunfeld, the Tennessee star book out, we'll talk to him in the final hour. So it's been a busy one. And the Jackson state move is certainly got a lot of people's attention and does it sound like maybe the NIL was involved in that. It's just a hunch. Let's get to the phones as well and get your reaction quickly at 8 5 5 two four two 7 two 8 5. Let's begin with pat in Nashville. Hey pat. Hey, Paul, how are you doing, bud? We are doing great. Thank you. How about the doors, man? They had a better class than 96 other D one teams. I hope that translates into some more victories next year for Clark. I hope so. Yeah, Clark Lee did a really good job. His first full recruiting class. One more, one more quick thing, Paul. And I'm serious when I ask this, so I'd like some further callers to weigh in on this. If you lined up bam and Nick and Joe from red bay, which one of those is the dumber of the two, are they? I think that is such an easy answer. You're not going to you're not going to force me to say that are you, but. There are two of a kind. Well, no. There is a difference though between the two. One, one is funny. One is both have class, unfortunately, it's all low. Thank you for the call. John in Tennessee is up next. Hey, John. Hey, my name is Tom Kyle. Thank you. I take the tier 6 copyright next year and I think it's so sad we're coming back. Well, you know what, I think with hooker coming back, you're right. I think Tennessee has a chance to move off of what it did this year. I think there are going to be a 7 win team or an 8 win team. Because I think they're going to win the ball game and it's in a really good start for Josh hyper. Thank you for the call. Appreciate it very, very much. Let's check in with Bill in Florida hello Bill. Hey, how are you? Very well. Thanks for the first time power, but I'll listen to each afternoon. The primary thing I would like you to answer for me Paul is, what's the primary reason other than I think personally, it has a lot to do with money and notoriety, but your take on so many moves and I'm going back to even when the coach at duke had players starting to leave, he was national champions a number of years and then all of a sudden everybody takes off. Give me some reasons why you personally thank there's so much movement when within the last couple of years. Well, thanks for the call, Bill. Well, I think you're talking about the players, COVID made it a little bit easier to transfer everybody everybody picked up a free year. And the lessening of restrictions has made it easier. And players nowadays just want to play. They want to further their opportunity. And that's aside from the NIL. I thank you for the call. Appreciate it. Eddie is in Georgia. You're on the air hello Eddie. Yes, sir, brother, Paul, how are we doing today? We are doing great. Thank you. Yes, sir. Even though you get the number one recruiting all the time, you still got a coach in players up to play. And Nick Saban's staff does add all the time. I'm just wondering on black Monday after the NFL season is over. Are we gonna lose Bill O'Brien or we gonna lose the offensive line coach also? Do you think? Eddie, I don't know the answer to that..

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Harper connects at buzzer, Rutgers shocks No. 1 Purdue 70-68

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 5 months ago

Harper connects at buzzer, Rutgers shocks No. 1 Purdue 70-68

"Expect expect another another change change atop atop the the AP AP men's men's basketball basketball poll poll following following produced produced seventy seventy sixty sixty eight eight loss loss at at Rutgers Rutgers Ron Ron Harper Harper junior junior wanted wanted by by draining draining a a half half court court shot shot at at the the buzzer buzzer leaving leaving him him with with a a career career high high thirty thirty points points and and ten ten rebounds rebounds in in the the scarlet scarlet knights knights first first ever ever win win against against a a top top ranked ranked team team Harper Harper had had eight eight points points during during the the twelve twelve run run to to put put the the knights knights ahead ahead shortly shortly before before halftime halftime but but the the Boilermakers Boilermakers eventually eventually led led by by as as many many as as ten ten J. J. night night we we had had a a team team high high fifteen fifteen points points for for Purdue Purdue which which is is ranked ranked number number one one for for the the first first time time in in program program history history I'm I'm Dave Dave Ferrie Ferrie

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'America Lost' Filmmaker Chris Rufo on the Poisonous Ideology of CRT

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:57 min | 6 months ago

'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

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Suarez shutout, Harper HR, Phils win 5th in row, top Pirates

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 8 months ago

Suarez shutout, Harper HR, Phils win 5th in row, top Pirates

"Rangers far as pitched a four hit shutout while striking out seven is the Phillies beat the pirates three nothing swaras scattered four singles and allowed no walks in his first career complete game he needed just ninety seven pitches after never going more than six and two thirds innings in a previous start Bryce Harper hit his thirty fourth home run and Manveer ling his first major league round tripper both coming in the third inning of Philadelphia's fifth win in a row Brad Miller added an RBI hit in the fifth inning to give swore as an insurance run and help the Phils keep pressure on the Braves in the NL east race I'm the ferry

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Gregorius' HR rallies Phillies, cuts Braves' NL East lead

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 8 months ago

Gregorius' HR rallies Phillies, cuts Braves' NL East lead

"He could always hold a three run home run in the bottom of the seventh inning to give the Phillies a six win over the pirates it's ridiculous six five plate in the top of the and in order to run pension home run by Wilmer Difo was his thirteenth for the Phils starting pitcher Kyle Gibson and first baseman Rappler plus RBI double by Bryce Harper to pick up the win their fourth in a row nearest being Kennedy got to say Michael along

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Harper's throw to plate saves Phillies' 4-3 win over O's

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 8 months ago

Harper's throw to plate saves Phillies' 4-3 win over O's

"Bryce Harper throughout the tying run at the plate in the eighth inning to keep the Phillies ahead in a four three decision over the Orioles the game was tied to two in the seventh before Jean Segura hit a sacrifice fly and JT Realmuto added an RBI single Andrew McCutchen hit a two run Homer for the Phils Zack Wheeler got a no decision after striking out nine while limiting the Orioles to a run and four hits over six innings Wheeler leads the NL with two hundred forty Kay's Jose Alvarado improved to seven and one and Ian Kennedy walked to one the night before closing out the win I'm Dave Ferrie

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The Establishment Welcomes Godless Hollywood Liberal Jeff Daniels

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:34 min | 8 months ago

The Establishment Welcomes Godless Hollywood Liberal Jeff Daniels

"Now you may remember jeff daniels from the movie dumb and dumber and if you ever wondered while watching that movie will who's dumb and dumber. Let's listen to this clip and you will know exactly who i think. The bloody sunday for people of color was george ford's murder and white people said. I had no idea that we were only taught one side of american history. Better look into that. So i started reading isabel. Wilkerson tana coats. Carol anderson get educated. Because there's a whole we have an opportunity in this country right now to welcome in a america we really do. I feel the same way that there is strangely. Not only in america not in our the way we approach our civic society but in the arts There's there's reasons and opportunity where things are reopened. That never closed ever before to re dedicate yourself to first principles and white people are the ones who need to hear it. So mockingbird is harper lee to white point of view and it certainly is the story of atticus coming to grips with the fact that one of the big central questions of the play is. There's goodness everyone you just have to care enough to look for it. Is that true today. In two thousand twenty one. Is there goodness everyone not so sure. But you have to choose. Now you have to decide whether you're for eliminating or at least marginalizing systemic racism or you against you have to choose. You can't just sit back and go. Please cut my taxes. Look the other way. Well there's also a choice before that which is to acknowledge exists acknowledge it exists

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Phillies' NL East-chase hindered in 2-0 loss to 100-loss O's

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 8 months ago

Phillies' NL East-chase hindered in 2-0 loss to 100-loss O's

"The Orioles avoided their one hundred second losses John means scattered four hits over six and two thirds innings of their two nothing shut out of the Phillies this felt more like me it felt more or you know change it was good today finally changeup fastball as working car but wasn't as good but you know I made through it and but yeah this this felt like like more my style of pitching means also doubled in the seventh for his first career major league extra base hit call salsa and Tyler wells finished up the combined four hitter as the birds get Bryce Harper under wraps neither team scored after Rangers were as gave up consecutive RBI singles to Pedro Severino and Ryan McKenna in the first inning the loss drops the Phillies four games behind the cardinals for the second NL wild card I'm Dave Ferrie

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McNeil's Homer Lifts Mets; Phillies Slip in Playoff Race

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 8 months ago

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

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Harper Homers, Rallies Phils From 7 Down in 17-8 Win vs Cubs

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 8 months ago

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

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McMahon, Hilliard Homer in 9th, Rally Rockies Over Phillies

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 8 months ago

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

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Eduardo Escobar's Homer Lifts Brewers Past Phillies 4-3

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 9 months ago

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

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Harper, Phils Hit 6 HRs, Wheeler Shuts Down Brewers 12-0

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 9 months ago

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

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Herrera Hits RBI Single in 10th, Phils Avoid Sweep in Miami

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 9 months ago

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

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"harper s" Discussed on thebuzzr pod

thebuzzr pod

05:35 min | 11 months ago

"harper s" Discussed on thebuzzr pod

"A discovered Any hindrance hindering. I don't know if you've never know what would never want a hearing. Yeah i guess. I just remember what i mean if anything. It was just weird to hear my voice for the first time like seeing like i hated my voice The i did i. Yeah i don't really feel. I don't feel any any Setback from other than like headphones. Like like right now. I'm only wearing in my left ear. 'cause i can only hearing that so if i i can't track as practical super practical yeah By like even. If i'm in the studio have push everything to the left side so So i can hear all the instruments and stuff. Most of my recording are like a stereo mono mix Has everything on both sides but not one things push more to the left or the right. You weren't random What's that for you so the rest of the year while booking we've been booking gigs I'm just like i'm just excited to be performing you know I took a lot of time to just record music With my producer. Josh tyrel england He's he's done an incredible job with everything and So yeah hopefully more gigs. More songs. and just working out. That is just nice to be as it's nice to be out doing you know i've shows being around people from way too long solloway. Thank you for coming on the show. Thank you for having me is instagram. Still the best place to find you ya instagram at. Jt harbs Youtube jared harper music And i came out with merch awhile ago. I commented on instagram. that's sorry let's talk about the merge now it's You can just buy that on You can check it out on my website. Jared harper music and I think the hoodies are really nice. T shirts are really nice. out a friend design them for me. I had the design idea. I didn't know how to get him on there. So we got him on and we've printed them. Yeah we're selling reselling away so if you like it you can grab it on the website and yeah everything johnson for twitter and. Yeah shameless plug. You know what. I would have plucked. I know dogs put in november. Put the post on instagram. I commented Heavy it's a sad. It's escaped me when i was thinking serving today. Let's go i. I looked at them. I liked them as good. Yeah okay let me suggest job if it was the friend. That designed Jay how why did the to sheet t shirts and i don't know if i ever Graham i never met him. You know normal. Jack booker jack. Booker's the thirties. Yeah yeah they great job. I get that. I get that actually have an artist entirely right now. June some artwork for me. And i would call her rent man. You were hailed. As i know her why i covered her mate or by friends manned ohka and she did a video for at our issues. Upstanding so i need are wearing so. I contacted as i get. That will instagram. Social media. friends Yeah yeah we have a virtual world with no boarders that make too see if it happens. I guess you'll meet them at some point. But oh yeah. I have a bucket list casing ready ready to me. That was me when i go out. Absolutely no no brighter and amazing to see. Well i'd love having on the xiao. Thank you so much. They have agreed. Even youtube allows lovely. Well thank y'all for tuning in. If you enjoy listening to this podcast. Please share this episode with others and post about it on social media to catch all the latest from the buzzer and upcoming shows. You can follow us on instagram. At the buzz role media and on twitter at the buzzer indie. Catch the pod. Next episode on air indeed from ipad. Tr's over the airways subscribe fees at the buzzer product. Dot com cheers..

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"harper s" Discussed on thebuzzr pod

thebuzzr pod

03:59 min | 11 months ago

"harper s" 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 s" Discussed on thebuzzr pod

thebuzzr pod

01:52 min | 11 months ago

"harper s" Discussed on thebuzzr pod

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"harper s" Discussed on thebuzzr pod

thebuzzr pod

02:13 min | 11 months ago

"harper s" 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 s" Discussed on Work in Progress with Sophia Bush

Work in Progress with Sophia Bush

03:39 min | 1 year ago

"harper s" Discussed on Work in Progress with Sophia Bush

"You feel ready at sixteen That's such a good question. yes so i. I graduated from high school at sixteen. And then i went to college moved on campus. I was. I was only like thirty five forty minutes away from my house. Scores harry hall. Yeah i was like. I like i like you know you could live at home. If you want and save money i might know. I'm i'm a grownup. I'm going to move on campus so i just i just thought that was so funny because i thought i was really doing something i mean. I was sixteen in college. But i was just like yeah. I've moved the three five minutes away. So yeah i think what happened. Was i knew because i was two years younger than everyone. Which by the way. I wasn't planning on telling people they're just so happen to be a girl from my hometown. Who recognize me like at orientation are sixteen. Why are you here. And i was like. Don't blow me. Never anyone knows. Everybody found out pretty quickly so i think honestly from that moment i was like wow. I've got approved that. I'm worthy of being here so i really i kinda went to a little bit of like a survival mode. I think just like. Don't mess up morgan. Like you need to perform well in class. You need to perform well. Socially like make friends get involved with every activity. Scientists like my schedule with every possible thing like try to be likable to everyone. I think i just felt like i have something to prove. It was just like if you're going to be a sixteen year in college. Also i was at a predominantly white school as well so you know being a black females. Sixteen year old. I was conscious of that. I was just like yeah. If i'm gonna be here. I i felt like i had to the pressure of like i really do have to kind of go above and beyond and i think that version of me being eighteen busking in atlanta like that was a part of that too. It was just like okay. If you're going to be a musician you've gotta make yourself stand. So let's go. Let's go sing radiohead at atlanta. Because that's what people do so. Yeah yeah i think a lot of that season of my life. I can look back on that and say oh mortgage you were putting so much pressure on yourself like it's like yes yes put yourself you know. Take yourself out of your comfort zone challenger self but i've learned it's like you also have to be gentle with yourself and you also have to to know what your limits are and i was really pushing myself i was..

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"harper s" Discussed on The Bipolar DM

The Bipolar DM

05:47 min | 1 year ago

"harper s" Discussed on The Bipolar DM

"If you have done so already please visit our facebook fan page. The handle is at the bipolar diem. I do more regular updates there than i do on the webpage just because it's easier to do from my phone and stuff like that especially when i find articles that are related to mental illness or dungeons and dragons are an independent writing to easily post there with my phone on the go but if you are interested in something more than just a fan page we have a private group that the group is called the polar diem nation. Now there is no requirements to join. You have to have a mental illness or play dungeons and dragons or be a writer or any of that stuff. It is free to join of course and on this private group page. I give more behind the scenes. Look at what goes on and putting this podcast together as well as live updates on my daily struggle with mental illness. What it's like to live daily with bipolar disorder and borderline in all the rest in today's episode which were chosen by harper. We're going to be talking about service. Dogs any wonder how to harper. Choose that while i was doing a practice. Run through this broadcast just warming up and i didn't have no idea while i was going to talk about tonight. And harper barked and growled and said that she wanted a podcast about her and service dogs so for harper. We are doing a little program about that. I know have talked previously about service. Dogs and But are gonna go a little bit more kind of update as far. You know now that i have a service dog. I've had her for several months. What it's like. And what what. I have to do as far as training and stuff like that now for those of you had heard the previous broadcast or don't know anything about service. Dogs service dogs under the americans with disabilities act title to entitled three are classified as medical equipment. That is the legal definition. They are not dogs. They are medical equipment and because of that they are allowed to go anywhere. Your handler goes within reason. There's certain places. You can't take a dog no matter what such as burn wards or surgery. You don't want to take him into a surgical theater burn were just because is a sterile environment and there is no in how can prevent the dog for. You can't gown up a dog and keep them from spreading dander inherent stuff like that impossibly infection to somebody who has severe burns or byrne water the in the operating theatre so but otherwise though except for that dogs can go into hospitals dogs. Can't the service ducks going to hospitals. Service dogs go to restaurants stores anywhere. The handler gouze in is permitted to go..

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"harper s" Discussed on thebuzzr pod

thebuzzr pod

02:56 min | 1 year ago

"harper s" Discussed on thebuzzr pod

"When i when i do go to toronto. Ooh actually we do my kizer heavy into vintage benches shaath. Who's always hit that. And there's always a record shop with a vintage. Yom i forget the trot but one was last person before i got a couple old vinyls classic legacy are around them. Yeah it's a family thing. Hong tradition to have yeah. I'm hoping it comes back. Because i think it would really highlight a lotta great talent out there and i talked to a few artists that have already Vinyl an are putting out vinyl in twenty twenty one. That's why. I ask. Because i think it might be a sag. Maybe i mean. I might benefit from now. I might find a new audience in there. Some vinyl shoppers. Something to think about the only not totally. So before we go jared. Can you tell us where to find your music. Where's the best place to follow you. Yeah i guess spotify is the main one right. I think everybody most people have spotify. Itunes youtube sound soundcloud. It's all there anywhere and everywhere you know okay. Lia had jared harper music for youtube just jared harper for i tunes by stream download Will be on the bod buzzer pod website as well okay. So thank you. Jared for joining our project. Today it was a great Fun time i love that my pleasure. I look forward to having you back. Yes yes. I look forward to being back. Yeah so fans. Take a listen to. Jared release. If i can't have you jared already has a showed. His channels of us our best to davalos stream by his music. So thank you. Jared for Joining our chat today while. Thank y'all for tuna yen. Music publisher talent manager and industry veteran. Patrick say joins us from los angeles on the next episode. That roy the fifth he owns a publishing company. Pure pop music out loud lousy pure pop music is a music. Talent management and creative consulting company. Can't shut the pod. On february the on air indie or my path to yours over the airways subscribe fees at the buzzer. Pa dot com cheers..

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"harper s" Discussed on thebuzzr pod

thebuzzr pod

08:40 min | 1 year ago

"harper s" Discussed on thebuzzr pod

"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..

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"harper s" Discussed on thebuzzr pod

thebuzzr pod

02:28 min | 1 year ago

"harper s" Discussed on thebuzzr pod

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"harper s" Discussed on thebuzzr pod

thebuzzr pod

08:41 min | 1 year ago

"harper s" Discussed on thebuzzr pod

"This woman screaming screaming shutting off and data thanks. I didn't hear that a. I've just had so many funny. Instances like that plan live. Honestly like that's part of the. I'm i'm all for live shows. That's my favorite part of the of this business in career and just things like that is just so unpredictable. You know and there's some exhilaration from the ebola. Now there's so much energy like with fans subject to alive show gig as my favorite thing to do yeah Because you make friends new memories. And i gotta tell you start. I literally was five now. May seven feet from steven tyler. Oh you're eighty was dying. God that's actually how. I ended up siding onto facebook. Years ago is now. I'm not gonna do it about going to do. And then all of a sudden phase mechanics front of aligned to see aerosmith bendon. Because i read it. You kidding concert. Yeah stephen tyler retired. I mean to cut you off. No you're not cutting me off the steven. Tyler is one of my favorite favorite musicians. He's my favorite a on my god. Love them i love. I think he's the best. I've honestly honestly honestly. I think he's one of the best ball vocalist. If not the best vocalist we have right now for male for male singers specifically by either just like his him performing and singing and he's just all out there you know it's like one hundred ten percent all the way all the way through whatever it is it's it's an incredible show by by favourite tune As after working too are like this. One thousand nine hundred ninety eight ballots not. I don't wanna miss a thing. I don't wanna miss that in case you'd never know no i love. Yeah love that. I don't want to miss saying might song. I was just listening to that too. Actually yes he taylor swift was like bringing on people. She did like her. Nineteen whatever nineteen eighty something tour nineteen whatever and she brought on a whole bunch of people Like singers and celebrities and stuff and steven tyler was one of them and she brought him on to sing that song and it was just like it was his. It was his show at that point. You know like he just goes so crazy. He screaming and he says flawless back is flawless. I agree incredible angry. My my house is more into pete townsend. But those sandoval yeah. I don't know. I still steven steven. So let's talk about your influences inspiration other. We talked about one of the best. A lot of your songwriting stems from early. Days of modern music fifties sixties seventies. You spoke about lennon. Mccartney and I've also heard you influenced by away since stokes stroke. Yeah It's i mean i. I think it's hard to narrow down like someone who's like the most influential and stuffs and i take inspiration from everybody. You know And i think during that golden age of music i think is what most people call it and like the fifty sixties seventies I think that's just like the core of songwriting especially just like John lennon and paul mccartney. I mean i think they really really defined what songwriting can be what it is. And you know i mean they're just like the basis of of at all Especially for like pop music rock music and all that I have different. Inspirations for different things you know like jimi hendrix's by far one of the biggest. Inspirations for like my guitar playing one hundred percent agree with that one. yeah yeah. I think that one's hard to miss I mean there's so many incredible artists. Now today that are really inspiring to you know and especially with like At being so easy to expose yourself to you know millions of people now. Thousands of people I think there's so much talent coming out now more than ever and that's really inspiring to just to see up and comers that are like my age you know i'm twenty three and other people other people. My age are just hit the big. I think that's really inspiring and stuff. So i take a lot of influence out of that. See what they're doing. So that makes sense. There is a lot of great music coming out and have been released with excessive younger set and i. I don't doubt that the creatives being what they are they will draw the positive emotion. And all the i guess of in our trauma or experiences that people have gone through during this The pandemic jerry. How really solemn music. Yeah i really look forward to the music. That's put out this coming year And you think do you think there's some renaissance kind of thing. Come in i. Now i kind of feel i can feel it. You know. i spend my days liberty listening to new indie or a submissions. A comment or talking to indie artists. Like yourself an eye on a global basis. So you've seen i can feel the energy s air. They're positive they're not sitting at home going. Why was me going. I'm gonna do some like a gonna take on this or i'm going to break through sir. I do believe don't you. Yeah i think we're in a very. I don't know if this would ever happen again or if it's happened before but we've all the artists i think are in such a similar situation. Now where we're all forced to create in our houses or studios or whatever instead of you know splitting our time between recording writing and playing live shows. You know i think so. Many people now are creating the same time I think that's. I don't think we've ever really had that before you know so. I think it's only it only makes sense that there'd be some type of musical explosion after all this gets released. You know after all. We're all clear to go and the feel something coming in and fans people that are looking for inspiration. Church music nine times out of ten. Oh one hundred percent yeah. A and live music is going to be crazy music festivals. Just gonna be off the rockies. Yeah i agree. Like actually i before this all hat. My husband and i plan to spend the summer. Touring festivals. And you know getting to know some of a bands and around the antero area. There's a couple of hot except Nine five area hamilton. As a really big these while london ontario So a lot to see and then this hit and you know. I think a lot of people like us are.

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"harper s" Discussed on thebuzzr pod

thebuzzr pod

06:07 min | 1 year ago

"harper s" Discussed on thebuzzr pod

"By being there really okay as interesting to see how everything works behind tv. I think that was probably the most fascinating part for me. Just being act stage and watching it all unfold and then you know obviously being on stage at the end of it but I just it was just such an interesting thing to go through. You know i I'm very aware that not everybody gets dot opportunity. So i'm incredibly grateful for it And i probably. I wouldn't trade for anything honestly. I'm really happy i did it. as kind of funny because when you walk on stage in those chairs turn It's kinda hits you like. You're really there you know like when your plan this song it's just kinda like flies by you know you kinda like blackout Those chairs around. And then you're looking at these at these. Celebrities are like well accomplished musicians Even that kind of just feels like it's not that real you know like they kind of turn around like animatronic at disneyland ride. Yeah appears like that. Actually basically wanted feels like by Incredibly incredibly fun experience playing with that ban. Those guys are incredible. That was great and brave. The main goal of the other competitors. I'm yeah so some of the closest friends i've had were or have now from that show I've met some incredible people in just A lot of fun just hanging out. And because everybody's kinda going through this unique experience together But actually released a one of the guys who ended on pretty far on the show Samuel wilco he wrangled up a couple of us In december to release a christmas Cover and Yeah i mean it was fun just kind of i mean we can't. We couldn't be physically together. You know obviously but It was nice to see everybody part of the same thing again in reconnecting with everybody. It's incredible there's one thing about the music community. it's very communal. Very senator jack. Likening getting together is incredible. You've been on the voice you've headlined shows in. San francisco toured ludden in the uk and los angeles pretty well one of those experiences. Oh yeah well. I've had only god. Yeah i mean. I've had a lot of interesting shows. You know i've definitely play. I mean it's all that you hear of from every artists. Like i've played in front of two people i've played in front of a thousand people. virtually now guess from being on the voice millions of people but I find more Funny enough like. I find more joy in like the or entertainment in the smaller gigs There was one my first gig i had ever done as Out of venue it was at a bar called the hotel. Utah here in san francisco. And i was the opener and we. It was small place but it was packed and even getting up on stage. You have to walk through the crowd in that. Even that was impossible because they shove everybody so close together But that was probably the funniest gig i could have had in. That probably had since. I'm just because it was like all france and it was just a great vibe. Everybody was like hollering and lewin But at the end of it I mean that's never really like the forefront of my mind but they you obviously hang around to get your check and i got two dollars for that It was like an hour set. And i got two dollars for that and i was just kind of laughed because it wasn't like that didn't like i don't know i just thought it was a funny thing to get paid two dollars for something that you're doing but i had the best time like i could have been paid nothing and i still would have done it as an enjoyable but there was like in even like starting out you know. I'd love just kind of throwing myself in uncomfortable situations Just because i feel like you grow so much more out of those and I was playing at a place called. Fisherman's wharf and have you been to san francisco san fran now. I've been to los angeles quite a few times. Okay i believe it was in marina del rey. But i'm not sure all rebounder at i'll ask did make i didn't make it no. I haven't been san fran. Okay yeah well so. There's a very very touristy spot called fisherman's wharf and it's right on the water There there was a there is a program that hires musicians to busk Which is where you just pan for money right. You're just planning for and it's right at the gate of it. In the first time i ever did that Abner bust before let alone. I've never really played for people in that kind of scenario where you know you kinda just expect to walk by in on. Maybe you got a couple of stoppers to listen and stuff and your plan for like four hours A terribly long time for a singer but I remember the first like forty five minutes. We have quite a homeless problem. I'm not sure if you're aware of the san francisco homeless problem but There was a homeless woman that had like taken the company of my right side. And i didn't hear it but my family came up to me after and some people came up to me after And i was playing this song and.

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"harper s" Discussed on thebuzzr pod

thebuzzr pod

07:22 min | 1 year ago

"harper s" 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.

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"harper s" Discussed on The Authority Project

The Authority Project

03:37 min | 1 year ago

"harper s" Discussed on The Authority Project

"And so they have little groups and they will not pay your eighty-five grand. Then you know whatever grade the group gets you get okay but why? Why are they teaching that? Because they're teaching you how to collaborate but they're not teaching you how to create a team win with the team managed team. They're not teaching you that that's for the Big Boys. That's the that that's that's basically hidden knowledge. So think about this for a second think of some of the greatest people in the world in reference to finances when you think of Bill Gates. They're like wow. He's in the top five richest men in the world but guess what if I asked her audience. Who WAS BILL GATES? Business Partner. His teammate half of the people over half would not know who that person was. He's dead it was pilot. No-one talks about Paul Allen he'll Let's say when the richest Man Award again? Let's say Warren Buffett Warren Buffett. Warren Buffett will if you attend a his shareholders meetings once a year to the left. There's another guy his partner. His name is Charlie Charlie has been with him for. I'll know three forty fifty spy side though entire time. Nobody talks about Charlie. You talk about musically wise. You know lemming. I love music so your audience could remember Paul Simon and Garfunkel in. We talked about Paul Simon. No one talks about Garfunkel everyone talks about Mick Jagger known talks about Keith. Richards is always always tim. Your Win Your your success or your winning life is based off not only your talent but the team that you build and manage and maintain think about prints James Brown. You know. Who's who is Fred. Wesley makes your Parker. I can go on and on about this. I love it. That's great stuff man so I just want tag onto that like we have a lot of. Selah preneurs on the on Who listen to this show A lot of coaches who are like just just them just solo so in this searching it. That's one of the go and a team to get get. How do you first of all the importance of having a team? The portions of hang around you to make you better so I in the fifth grade. I was documented with four to five disabilities. And they were going to put me in special led by Blah snus ness and my mom bless her heart. She stood up Issue slammed her hand down. She said no. You will not label my son. She was adamant about that end. She forced me. She forced me in. We struggled all the way through. But what did that it? It actually also forced me to look outside of myself answers so I had a me type my paper. I had somebody else you study. Somebody help me do this. I it was just crazy so I learned that the hard way the importance of team it is everything you have to have a tape and you know what a lot of times right? It's right in front of us but we don't even focus on. Let me give you an example Scooby Doo right like like I could listen it..

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"harper s" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

03:15 min | 3 years ago

"harper s" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Okay. So fact checked this whole when you count firm flation, it's not the the best contract ever. And there's something to it. Because Giancarlo Stanton sign that contract in two thousand fourteen cents then on average, the US dollar has seen inflation rate rise of about one point two three percent per year. So prices in this country or about six point three percent higher than they were back in two thousand and fourteen and he only made five million extra dollars on a contract that surpass three hundred million dollars. So Dan, you are correct with your take does anyone care about that though? I don't think that I think people here the three hundred thirty million and Scott Boras is egos soaked and savvy enough to know that you throw that number out there people don't care much of the about the math after that. We just thinking of Boers reputation. Do we know that Harper wasn't like? His ear saying I just want the biggest baseball contract ever know what a great point. But STAN was saying he wanted the longest contract he could possibly get the rare. Great point by Chris, Cody, even he seems surprised by it. Yeah. But about Scott Boras. Okay. Bryce Harper was in his ear. He really had to fight. Scott Scott Boris on that I want the biggest contract ever. But if it's report he said is saying that he was offered four years one hundred and sixty five million. So that he would have got his one percent of that. And then in four years been able to negotiate a new contract stay, why do we care so much about this rebel create an entire cottage industry around the idea of sports business and explaining sports business to people who clearly care about these numbers. Why do we care this way? We are talking more baseball because of these damn contracts than we ever talk when they're playing game. We haven't even got into signing. Bonuses, dan. Did you see Bryce he's only making ten million this year because of that twenty million dollar signing bonus. He's getting that's awesome. Oh my God. I would signed a one million dollar contract year thirteen years one million dollars, and then got an a three hundred and seventeen million dollar signing bonus. I love that ESPN tweeted out that Bobby Baena is gonna be paid by the Mets for three years after the Phillies. Stop. Paying Bryce Harper that Bobby in the nineties signed that contract that paid him a million dollars a year every year, and I've seen business people break down and say that's not the way to do it. You shouldn't do it that way. But Baena was like, look, I'm not blowing my money. I'm going to make a million dollars a year for three or four years after Bryce Harper makes basically winning the lottery every year every year. How would you do if you win the lottery, would you take the lump sum or would you do the yearly payouts 'cause if you do the lump sum, they cut it in half, basically? And then you gotta pay taxes like another house. You're basically getting a quarter of whatever the winnings are. But if you take it all over like thirty year pay you get all of it. And then you lose half of it in taxes or whatever. But you know, you look I'm gonna get like thirty million dollars this year, and I'll never blow look I can probably blow four hundred million dollars. I mean, I don't think I actually could. But everybody does it. So I guess I could to everybody does a lot. Yeah. Dan winters. Not very many people do not. No, wait a minute. Do the testing. Yes. Lottery winners. Go broke it like an eighty percent rate. Yes. They're not the ones that are winning field million..

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"harper s" Discussed on Izzy and Spain

Izzy and Spain

02:43 min | 3 years ago

"harper s" 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..

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"harper s" Discussed on Around the Horn

Around the Horn

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"harper s" Discussed on Around the Horn

"Biggies contract and North American sports history still said that. Bryce Harper to the Phillies instant reaction, also. But Wayne Wade shocked to to celebrate or just ugly enough for this battle. I don't know. Let's see let's go better. Bankin? Call Bank shot had a lot of personality. That's a lot of personnel. One very handsome shop. Very we start. With the news of the day. Bryce Harper to the Philadelphia Phillies done deal finally pushed into the limit. And speaking of limit the numbers thirteen years three hundred and thirty million no off out for Harper. Three thirty is big. It's the biggest we've ever seen the thirteen years surprise just about everybody. Kevin Blackstone, Washington DC, you have an opinion on Mr. Harper. We know what does this mean for him? What does this mean for the Phillies? What does this mean for baseball? What means he's going to get booed right here in Washington DC when he comes back. I They settled. said that we're we're show himself. All if I'm not mistaken, he was offered three hundred million over ten years by the learner family does the nets. And now he's going to Philly the number one rivalry of this team a city that we hey a team that we hate to. Yes. Absolutely. You know that this is under I was trying to figure out where would he get booed more lustily? If he went to the Phillies of went to the dodgers. I don't think there's any question is going to be going to go into Philadelphia Philadelphia area. I just don't he'll be boo agreement salvage that. What does it mean for the Phillies Blackstone, and what is it? Well, it means the Phillies get a guy who has great numbers in their ballpark. But it also means they get a guy who's who better to forty nine last year..

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