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Fresh update on "harry" discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"Oh yeah, there we go. Soccer hooligans left and right. But England is a better team. You know, the U.S. is getting better. I've said this. I think that four years from now, when it's the U.S. Mexico and Canada hosting the World Cup, I think America could be a problem with people. I really do. The level of talent that we are producing now in this country is getting better and better. You know, you have young people now gravitating more towards soccer than the other sports when it used to be, you know, you couldn't play football. You couldn't play basketball, you couldn't play baseball. You went to play soccer. Or you came from an immigrant family where soccer was what your dad loved. But now I think people are choosing soccer and America has so many great athletes that, you know, it's only a matter of time where we produce our own Leonel Messi or Cristiano Ronaldo or Harry Kane or Robert Levin dossier. You know, players of that Callum are Pelé. Rappelle, exactly, or Neymar. Let's go, you know, we don't have to go back to the 50s here or namor from Brazil, right? Or you look at France, Killian and BAPE, or Erwin horland. Guys like that. I mean, look, I look at Francis Ross when I watch them play the blues, and they are unbelievable. They're so deep. We don't have that here. And I also think coaching is a problem for America. I watch these other teams play and they attack, right? They are attacking. They are in the offensive zone. They are making goalies, goalkeepers, nervous. Meanwhile, America puts one shot on goal against whales who by the way lost to Iran today to nil. Okay? That makes us look worse that we couldn't beat whales and Iran beats whales. Okay? I'm just saying, can we get a coach who's more offense minded that is, you know, hat not happy with your team getting one shot on goal the entire match. They played 98 or so minutes and they had exactly one shot on goal against Wales. And by the way, that shot went in. I don't get it. I don't understand it. Like, where's the problem here? You know, Christian Pulisic, his star has dimmed. Giovanni reyna, who's going to be the best player America has produced in recent memory, he doesn't even play berhalter, the coach says,
Quant Analyst PlanB Says Bitcoin (BTC) on Track To Explode by Over 500% – Here’s the Timeline
"8 a.m. Thursday, November 24th, 2022. Quant analyst plan B says Bitcoin, BTC, on track to explode by over 500%, here S the timeline. Popular quantitative analyst plan B known for his stock to flow Bitcoin BTC model is expressing bullish sentiment for the flagship crypto asset. In a new interview with crypto trader Benjamin cowan, plan B says that while the current sentiment towards crypto is bearish due to the disintegration of digital assets exchange FTX, it wouldn't shock him if the. The post quant analyst plan B says Bitcoin BTC on track to explode by over 500 Harry's the timeline appeared first on the daily HODL.
Elon Musk And Apple On Odd Terms Over Twitter, Here’s Why
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FTX Hacker Can be Caught Now! Here’s Who Might Reveal the Hacker’s Identity
"1 p.m. Tuesday, November 22nd, 2022. FTX hacker can be caught now. Here, S who might reveal the hacker, as identity. The post FTX hacker can be caught now Harry's who might reveal the hacker's identity appeared first on Cohen PE a FinTech news. FTX is making huge headlines in recent times as it is shaken the entire crypto space. Bitcoin altcoins have witnessed a massive drop of an average of ten to 15. Moreover, when the assets were hacked and swapped for ETH Dai, the markets witnessed the first plunge, marking new lows. While many speculations
Olivia Wilde and Harry Styles Are 'Still Friends' After Break Up
"Speaking of annoying women, Harry Styles is back on the market ladies, Olivia Wilde, has dropped him or he dropped her, we don't really know. It was two years of them putting on a show PDAs, the movie don't worry, darling, all the controversy, there was a questionable timeline. Jason Sudeikis apparently threw himself under a car when he found out she was going to give him some salad recipe of hers. Florence Pugh was in the movie, was apparently having a situational Harry Styles before Olivier showed up and she took them away. That made her pissed off. The movie shit I saw it, all we did was talk about it for two months, which was the most PR any movies ever gotten. But their publishers wanted to know there's still friends. Despite their split. There's no bad blood between them. Harry didn't dump Olivia or vice versa. That's one of their well turned well trained sources said to the media. This is the longest relationship Harry has ever had, so clearly they have a special bond. You know what? Harry's a little boy, okay? He got to bang a movie star. Of course, he wasn't going to pass that up. But let's call it what it was. There's a couple of celebrities passing through the night.
2022 American Music Awards: See the Complete Winners List
"Taylor Swift won artist of the year at the American Music Awards for a 7th time Sunday in Los Angeles I'm Archie's are a lot of with the latest Taylor Swift won 6 awards out of the 6 for which he was nominated at the American Music Awards She says she was lucky enough to make music that she likes and fans embrace it so she makes more I have the fans to thank essentially for my happiness One of the showstoppers of the night was an all star tribute to Lionel Richie led by Stevie Wonder and Charlie puth on pianos Other winners include Beyoncé Bad Bunny Harry Styles BTS Kendrick Lamar and Morgan
Kurt Schlicter's Advice for Voting in Future Elections and Winning
"We lost. We got our asses kicked. And I want to ask you if you could do one thing, and we're going to skip everybody I have heard, agrees we need to do early voting and ballot harvesting, okay? Good. Let's do that. That's not enough. What do we need to do past that? Oh my gosh, there are a wide range of things. First thing I would sit down and do is take advantage of the time we have. And do some deep thinking about this because there is a lot of stuff. Let's start with the big picture, voters. We need to be more strategic. Stop voting with your heart all the time and vote with your head, some of the time. Doesn't mean you always elect Mitt Romney, but sometime you have to decide, you know, I would like Joe blow, but maybe Joe Smith might be more likely again elected. You've got to be strategic. I think people misunderstand principles. Here's my principle. I win. I win. You lose. Yes. Yes, that is my principal. I love the people going, well, you know, Lisa Cohen, correct about the election system. Well, you have to take power to do that. And that requires Harry Potter wand. Well, and part of it, okay, if you look at Arizona, we have to accept the fact that it's as bad as they did and tried to prove to everyone that that they want to make it look as much like a stolen election as possible. In the end, the lower ballot candidates were winning big time and one as many votes as the Democrat who beat Carrie Lake. So I don't know how that's going to turn out. And I don't want to create a fight. But we need to accept the fact that our message is not getting through. Yes. And we need to look at where that message worked and didn't and figure out who the correct messenger is.
Beyoncé ties Grammy record after leading nominations with 9
"Ten works are competing for the top award at the Grammys album of the year I'm Archie's are a letter with a look at the nominees Voyage ABBA's first album in 40 years will compete against Adele's 30 and Beyoncé's renaissance for album of the year Harry's house by Harry Styles is also a contender along with good morning gorges by Mary J. Blige lizzo's special Brandi carlile's in the silent days and mister morrell in the big steppers by Kendrick Lamar The final competitors are Coldplay's music of the spheres and UNOS and tea by Bad Bunny the first album to be nominated for album of the year at the Grammys and the Latin Grammys
How Could Florida Count Votes Faster Than Nevada and Arizona?
"And I want to talk about why I'm so annoyed and aggravated and really downright enraged. It's 22 million people here in Florida. 7 million people in Arizona. Harry Arizona. What the hell is wrong with you? Pardon my language. I don't feel too good. 7 million people in Arizona, more than three times that in Florida, and somehow Florida is able to count the ballots, short them all out, tabulate them and make an announcement. Oh, on election night. How is that? Who is that? Don't tell me it's because it wasn't that close in Florida. You mean if it's close, it takes longer to count the ballots? Oh, that's real reassuring. That's real reassuring. Well, if it's not close, we don't really count that carefully. Either count the ballots or you don't. Hey Maricopa County, what's wrong with you? Hey, Nevada, what's wrong with you? You know, we're still waiting on Las Vegas because there's never any corruption in Las Vegas. No. Yeah, Las Vegas. That's like the Gates of heaven right there. There's a pillar. There is pure as the driven snow in Vegas. They wouldn't do any cheating in Vegas or anything.
Salah double fires Liverpool to victory at Tottenham
"Liverpool picked up its first road win of the season by defeating Tottenham two one Mohamed Salah scored twice after netting just four in his first 12 EPL games this season Salah put the reds ahead for good in the 11th minute and made it to nil in the 40th The Egyptian is heating up with 9 goals in his last 8 games through all competition Allison was in line for a clean sheet until Harry Kane beat him on a tight angle in the 70th minute Spurs dropped to fourth in the league and three points ahead of Manchester United The Liverpool is tied for 8th and 7 points off the champions cut off I'm Dave ferry
Prince Harry's memoir, titled 'Spare,' to come out in January
"Prince Harry will release his memoir on January 10th I'm Archie's our letter with the latest Publisher Penguin Random House promises prince Harry will tell his story with raw unflinching honesty it will be called spare presumably because he was not the first in line for the throne Harry is expected to detail his perspective on his parents marriage falling apart the death of his mother and his willingness to walk away from royal duties spare will come out in 16 languages Harry himself will read the audio edition financial terms were not disclosed but Harry will donate the proceeds to British charities
Newcastle beats Tottenham 2-1, into fourth place in EPL
"Newcastle has cracked the Premier League's top four with a two one win at Titan Callum Wilson scored a disputed goal in the 31st minute after colliding with goalkeeper Hugo loris Miguel almiron made it to nil just 9 minutes later helping the magpies win for the fourth time in 5 games and sending the spurs to their second straight loss Harry Kane scored in the second half for Tottenham but it wasn't enough to prevent Newcastle from leapfrogging Chelsea and Manchester United in the table Tatum remains third in the league 5 points behind leader arsenal I'm Dave ferry
Charlie Welcomes Michael Walsh, Editor of 'Against the Great Reset'
"Joining us now is Michael Walsh, author of against the great reset, 18 theses contra the new world order with contributions from Victor Davis Hanson Douglas Murray, roger Kimball, Angelo codo villa May he rest in peace. James poulos, Conrad black, Michael Anton, David Goldman, Janice, John tyranny, Harry Stein, and more and edited by Matt Walsh. That's a really great list. My goodness. Michael Walsh, welcome to the program. Hey, thanks, Charlie. Good to see you again. Yeah, you too. Tell us about your book. Well, it's not edited by Matt Walsh. She said it by Michael balls. I have a problem being confused. I'm sorry. I say it so often, so I apologize. I know you do. My young colleague, the idea behind the book is a direct attack on the great reset. And I know Charlie, you've talked about it a lot and many of our colleagues and conservative movement have talked about it. But very briefly, it's an idea that arose at the World Economic Forum in Davos Switzerland. It's been kicking around for some years now and generally on the left. It's been dismissed by our ideological opponents as a conspiracy theory. And yet the World Economic Forum under the direction of Klaus Schwab is quite open about their ambition for the world, which is to put it in a nutshell, you will own nothing and be happy. So as we said, as I say, the introduction to this book, this is our salvo opening salvo against Davos against the great reset against Schwab against their plutocrats who would keep all of us to basically confined to high rise buildings, driving electric cars, whether if they allow you to have them, and of course eating bugs instead of beef because after all, cows are killing the planet.
Robbie Coltrane, who played Hagrid in "Harry Potter," dies at 72
"Scottish actor Robbie Coltrane has died a cause of death was not given He was 72 Robbie Coltrane played a tough crime solving psychologist on the TV series cracker but he's best known in movies as rubius Hagrid Keeper of keys and grounds at Hogwarts Hagrid was the first to tell Harry Potter You're a wizard Harry Hagrid is supposed to be 8 feet tall in the Harry Potter movies In a 2004 interview Robbie Coltrane talked about advice he got from author J. K. Rowling She said imagine a west country hells angel who comes into the pub and everybody parts
The Markles Have Three Emotional Support Animals
"I'm sorry to talk so much about Meghan Markle. But what can I say? She does stupid shit every day. On today's Patreon, I had some examples of why she believes her mental health is such that Harry got her someone to talk to on a weekly basis. I mean, life is tough for a Hollywood actress who goes on to marry a prince, right? And then live in a mansion in montecito. She actually said on her podcast the other day that there was a time where she didn't know if she could go on anymore. And that time wasn't too long ago. But wait, there's more. So now, sources say prince Harry and Meghan rely on their furry friends to get them through the hard times. 'cause Harry just admitted that he and his wife have three. Emotional support talks. Three. One is not enough. These pricks have to have three. Is that how screwed up they are? What would you think of a person walk by you and had three emotional support animals? There are people who survived the World Trade Center, collapsing, and don't have one emotional support dog.
How Sammy Davis Jr and Kim Novak's Love Affair Started
"One night in 1957, Tony Curtis goes backstage and he tells Sammy that Kim Novak wants to meet him. And he invited him to sit ringside that night at the place called the shape Harry. And he didn't have a chance to talk to her. He didn't want to create any problems. So he says, look, I'm going to have a party at my house. Come on by and I'll invite Kim. That's what Tony Curtis said. And they both came over and they spent the night together deep, deep and talk. And right from the beginning, it was obvious they were getting along in a very intense way. And that was the beginning of the relationship. So you can blame Tony Curtis, I suppose. Well, Kim Novak also asked to meet him. But she wasn't alone in her being attracted to Sammy Davis magnetism. A lot of men might have considered a monthly because it was short and slight, and he had that flat nose, but chicks loved them. Chicks love his charisma. His stage presence was very sexually charged, and women were really drawn to him. But it hurt when men talked about his face being as far as his shovel and shit like that. And he'd say, yeah, it hurts me, but it gets me where I'm going. But Sammy knew how much women loved him. He liked his looks. He knew his face was ugly, but he worked on his body. He stayed trimmed he stayed athletic. Fantastic shape. He loved this little ass. That was his prized feature. He'd make a point of asking people how they liked his ass. Isn't it adorable? So he had a good time with himself. But after that meeting, the gossip industry started to hum. And went into high gear as it normally does when two big stars are seen together. Somebody makes a call as they still do today. And back then, somebody at Tony Curtis party put a phone call into Dorothy kill gallon, who worked for the Hearst newspaper chain. And she wrote in her column, which top female movie star initial kn is seriously dating which big name entertainer, initial SD. I mean, who the fuck's gonna get that wrong?
Harry Cohn and Rita Hayworth's Tumultuous Relationship
"Harry Cohn at one point took all the credit for creating Rita Hayworth. He was obsessed with her. I don't blame him. She's my tippy top. She was Columbia's first sex goddess in the 40s. But she kept getting married. Her first husband was a 40 year old car salesman, then she married the director arson wells, then she married Ali Khan, who was the arid parent to a Muslim throne, then she married the singer dick James. Every time she got married, her box office started declining. It eroded to the point where it was shit. And her marriage to Khan, who was a huge Playboy huge womanizer, that kept her out of pictures for two years. And it really infuriated Harry Cohn and it really alienated her fans. So after Rita Hayworth returns to Hollywood in 51, Cohen wanted one of her pet projects, which was Joseph and his brethren, and until then, her husband dick haymes had come into Harry's office with a perfectly chiseled beard and demanded to be cast as Joseph. And instead, Harry Cohen decided to get back at Rita Hayworth because it was still madly in love with her and he was also pissed that he let Marilyn Monroe slip away, believe it or not, and I can believe this because I'm one of those people who's not super impressed by Malin's beauty. I'm just not like there's certain pictures I get it, and the voice I hear it. But when you take everything into account, she's not my favorite movie star or sex bomb, not at all. And I think she was like probably too big and too sloppy and fucked everybody just not my cup of tea. But Harry Cohn felt the same way he wasn't impressed by her beauty. He didn't renew her contract in 1940 to 6 month contract. And he said, you know what? I'll take the next pretty girl that walks in my office and wants to be a star. And he did just that. And that was Rita Hayworth.
The Star Crossed Love Affair of Sammy Davis Jr and Kim Novak
"This story is about Sammy Davis's lover fan with Kim Novak, the very white. I mean, the very beautiful white actress. And the problem was she was not taken, but back in those days, she kind of was because Kim Novak was the studio had Harry Collins revenge on Rita Hayworth. And Sammy Davis Jr. was Kim Novak's revenge on Harry Cohen. And it all began with the gossip item in Dorothy kill gowns column in the New York journal American and it became a national scandal on the eve of America's long struggle for civil rights. Started back in 1957, Chicago's most famous nightclub, the shade parade, and Sammy Davis Jr.'s on stage to smoke from his cigarette as all around his hand, had, you know, how he looked on stage. Gorgeous shirt, cufflink sparkling everywhere. He was in the dark and then a spotlight hit him. And it was almost sexual to the people in the audience. And he was saying to Kim Novak, who was sitting right in front of the stage in a table, and she just finished working on Alfred Hitchcock's vertigo. And that night would be the very first and virtually the last time that Kim Novak and Sammy Davis Jr. would be seen in public together. Because at the heart of their star crossed affair was the notorious bad motherfucker Harry Cohen.
Kane nets winner as Tottenham ends tough week with victory
"Tottenham capped a difficult week with a one zero victory against Brighton Spurs dedicated the victory to their fitness coach who died during the week at age 61 Harry Kane scored for the 8th time in 9 league matches getting his head onto a cross from sun Yun in the 22nd minute Having played to a loss and a draw in his previous two matches manager Antonio Conti went with a three 5 two formation that kept brighten at bay Goalkeeper Hugo loris made a nice stop on Danny Welbeck inside the box in the first half Spurs remain third on the table I'm Dave ferry
"harry" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour
"Time coffee on the store the big existential question for me about Harry's house was like where he fits in the pop landscape. I think we talk about him as a big pop star as an a lister. But when I think about the other big players in the pop realm right now, you know, you're in a Grande's your Dua Lipa's, your lizzo's. I feel like each of those people, every time they put out a new album, it's shifting the landscape of pop. I don't know that that's what this is doing. I'm kind of stumped about what bucket to place them in and also if there's just a new category of performer where performer is the operative word. Like maybe he's not so much of an artist as just a performer. You know, it got me thinking about how much of his success or his appeal is just like tied up into this idea of like the way he plays with gender and like his performative masculinity and just how fun his live shows are. I love kind of considering where he exists in pop landscape in my mind in the last ten to 15 years of pop music, boy bands themselves, the voice would have been like the biggest thing of the world and also right outside of it. The music is never totally aligned with whatever's happening and sort of pop mainstream to sort of seeing Harry as a solo artist kind of also be one of the biggest performers in the world, but also kind of separate from what is happening contemporarily. Because I think of him as like right now the only sort of young rockstar because he is playing rock music that is heavily guitars with the exception of like a Billie Eilish or Olivia Rodrigo who are pulling from rock music over the last like 20 years as opposed to 50 or 60 in the case of Harry Styles. So that also allows him the division to sort of stay in his own lane. So it's interesting. I feel like he's sort of enjoying being able to be outside of that conversation also hold his own, but then I think the sort of danger of that is typically his live performance and also just his handsomeness can sometimes sort of eclipse what he's doing musically for much more keen to talk about him running around on stage with the pride flag than we are about the integrity of his songwriting or something, which I don't know if that says more about the record than us or perhaps both in concert. It's really exciting to think about, I guess. All right, well, we want to know what you think about Harry Styles and about Harry's house. Find us at Facebook dot com slash PCH and on Twitter at PCH age. That brings us to the end of our show, Serena Toros, Maria Sherman, thanks to both of you for being here. Oh, I'm delighted to step inside Harry's house. And I love talking about the man, so thank you very much. Anytime. This episode was produced by Candace Lim and edited by Jessica reedy, hello, come in, provides the music you are bobbing your head to right now. Thanks for listening to pop culture happy hour from NPR. I'm Steven Thompson, and we will see you all tomorrow when we'll be talking about Top Gun: Maverick..
"harry" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour
"When we get in you pop when we get intimate, I was like, that is just like hearing the word penetrate in a conversation. That's like the exact wrong combination of words. But what about the way he pronounces intimate? I think it's so funny. I get a kick out of it 'cause it's like he adds syllables. It sounds like there might be a D in there. It's over this slick as hell basically. I think it's fun. Not sexy, but certainly fun. It's just very much a vibe. It's kind of rolling along. But in the background, he had to go into the studio and go be like, set up. I feel like I'm the sole Harry defender here. I like cinema and I think my appreciation for it was heightened when I went to the Harry Styles one night only in New York concert along Long Island. The girls were going nuts. I think because it's so fun to sing a line, like if you're getting yourself wet for me and one of the verses with a group of thousands of people, perhaps because it also felt like, oh, if this is Harry being the most explicit about sex studies ever been, even if it's still a little coded, that feels new and revelatory. And I think that for the fans is very interesting. I also really love Matilda, the idea of realizing or working through past traumas or experiences with family members or whatever it is. But I think it's sort of a beautiful place for him to write from that he hasn't before. So for that can kind.
"harry" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour
"They don't know that just misunderstanding in every interview, especially the very long you say in low Apple music one, you sort of hearkens on the idea that this is his most personal album yet. So lyrically and maybe even stylistically, I feel like there's more of a distance. He's like talking about his most intimate relationships in almost every song. And this is so assumptive and really bad journalism here. But is he sort of using his relationships as like a mirror to his feelings and that feels very personal to him? That's kind of interesting to me because I feel like I learned more about Harry Styles on fine line. Then on this album, you know, in the song, to be so lonely, he's really sort of allowing himself to be a little pathetic and embarrassing and bad in relationships. And here, this is more of like playing around in that joy, I guess of recognizing those things about yourself. No, I totally felt that to of if these songs are about a romantic partner, if he's shielding himself and that person as much as possible by not getting too detailed when describing them. But I do think that you can write a love song and write a pop song about another person without those details and still succeed if you're being honest emotionally. And I also just didn't feel that there was a lot of depth of feeling on this album either. Yeah, I think that's something I came back to a number of times was that it felt it is a surface Y record. And yeah, speaking of relationship songs, the Harry Styles song that is currently raging through my brain.
"harry" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour
"Not the same as it was. And the full record dropped this past Friday, Maria, I'm gonna start with you, give me your initial take on Harry's house. I guess my initial take is probably gonna be very similar to a lot of people's as it was the lead single, which I really loved. I immediately heard aha in it, so I expected just full on 80s synth pop or the period in the 2010s where every indie rock band kind of wanted to be a synth pop, like the drums, anything on mom and pop records or domino of the time. But I really loved it. It was obviously very different. I think, you know, as a soloist you sort of proven that he can pull from any rock or pop musical genre of the last 50 years and sort of work it into something that feels uniquely him. And then when the album dropped, it took a little bit for me to sort of connect those two ideas because again, I was sort of prepared for this full on 80s synth sequined rainbow renaissance. And in fact, it's a little bit more complicated and a nuanced and, you know, they're more ballets than I was expecting. And I think he's never sounded happier. It was very whimsical and joyful, and I was expecting more, let's dance the pain away. But it's nice that like in Harry's house, he's happy. And in love, what else could you want from the guy? Okay. How much is Serena? So Harry's debut was minding a lot of the sounds of the 70s. You know, you had Pink Floyd Harry. You had David Bowie Harry. Bowie Harry, you had Guns N' Roses Harry. You know, fine line was mining more of the soft rock sounds you had Laurel canyon Harry. You had a smidge of yacht rock hairy. And so on this new album I was like, what era is he going for next and there are a lot of these 80s pop textures. There's your tumblr pop textures. And this is his third album, so I was kind of thinking like by a third album, you should be able to have a sense of who an artist is and what they do best. And by practicing this musical pastiche by not picking one thing, he's not gotten that much better at any of them. My first impression was, this is a little all over the place, and maybe that's intentional that it feels more like a playlist than an album. A lot of the songwriting in the lyrics struck me as a little half penned and I'm gonna get some heat for this a little sexist. Like little freak in particular. I was grooving so hard through the first 5 songs, thought they were fun. And then he starts a little freak saying like, little freak, jezebel, and I was like, what are you doing, sir? I'm a little frustrated with him. I have this idea of what his potential is, and I'm not quite sure he's selling it to me. My heart is breaking. I have to agree with you and then the other half of me is like, I think being in love and being forthright in love is like deeply embarrassing. And this is the way that he's choosing choosing to articulate it a little bit. Yeah, I mean, I guess I hear those lines and I just think like this guy is just like pulling out his little notebook like what are some more words that mean sexy lady? This is such a lovey record with so little surface tension. Like every once in a while, yeah, you'd hit a line like Serena mentioned and you'd be kind of like, it's a bell with whatever dude. I loved that because I was like, wow, people are looking up with jezebel, Harry Styles, song, little freak, like SEO. I was like, this is great. I mean, honestly, I thought, especially my first few times through it, I thought, this is a very savvy concocted record. Because this is a guy in a way who is like putting his record together and is thinking, okay, what does my audience want? And he's imagined as his audience, you loved one direction, and now you're 30. So here's some rose wave, baby. And so it is this very light frothy kind of summertime concoction with these very kind of updated boy band themes, right? A lot of like I am intensely devoted to you. A lot of kind of telling the audience what it wants to hear, but doing it in this kind of stylish, somewhat elevated way. And so to me, it felt like a really right down the middle record that wasn't really reaching for very much. I think that's the source of my frustration, though, is I want him. I feel like I see that seed in him of being a great pop artist. If he just puts 20% more effort and do it. But I do agree that I was thinking like evangelizing these eras of music history that previously felt inaccessible to people of that age group. Maybe there's a hunger for music of the 70s that comes from this kind of inoffensive, nice guy instead of these bloated old rock guys that, you know, also kind of sexist. Yeah, that's interesting to me, but I do wonder if he, in my view, he's sort of the catalyst for that hunger because it's, you know, if you see Harry Styles live now, like the DJ will always play Bohemian Rhapsody. And everybody knows every word, and I don't think that that happened before Harry released unless unless their parents played that music for them. I think he sort of like creating that hunger. Yeah, they could have found it through Wayne's world or that awful Bohemian Rhapsody movie who knows. Yeah, Stephen, just something you said earlier about how you see sort of boy band themes kind of reworked or maybe elevated on this record. When I first heard boyfriends, which was through a Coachella live recording when you sort of debuted it, I immediately thought that as well because here's a guy who's sort of the heartthrob of the Internet's first boy band. I'll group that sort of predicated on the idea of like, we'll treat you well, girl, we're not like not like other guys. And then you have a song, boyfriends.
"harry" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour
"During the pandemic, a lot of people got dogs. Including me. What's that schmidi? You're hungry for an economics podcast? You say you want compelling stories filled with economic insight, but none of the jargon? We'll then listen to the planet money podcast from NPR, because we all want the best for our pups. Harry Styles has just released his third solo album. It's called Harry's house. The new record finds the former one direction singer presiding over a bunch of breezy unfailingly pleasant love songs. I'm Stephen Thompson. Today we are talking about Harry Styles on pop culture happy hour from NPR. Joining me today is NPR contributor, Serena Toros hi Serena. Hey, Stephen. Also joining us is music critic and journalist Maria Sherman. Welcome back Maria. Hi, thanks for having me. I could not think of a better panel. We could convene. To talk Harry Styles. So Harry Styles career began back in 2010 when he appeared as a contestant on the UK singing show The X Factor. During the course of his season, he ended up teaming up with four other X Factor participants to form the boy band one direction. The group became one of that decades most successful acts selling tens of millions of albums and becoming a worldwide phenomenon. After one direction announced its hiatus in 2015, styles launched a successful solo career, his first two albums, 20 17s Harry Styles in 20 19s fine line, both topped the billboard sales charts, and the latter one styles his first Grammy. He's also begun working as a movie actor appearing in films like Dunkirk and eternals, and later this year he'll star alongside Florence Pugh in a psychological thriller called don't worry darling. His new album Harry's house has already spawned a number one single with the song as it was. It's very catchy..
"harry" Discussed on We Study Billionaires - The Investors Podcast
"All right. So like i said in the introduction. I'm here with harry. Suck and i love having these conversations with you harry. I've been a big fan for quite a few years now. So welcome back to the show. I appreciate a precedent. Thanks for having me. It's it's been a bit of a roller coaster in mining land. Last three six nine months to say the least to say the least. Hey i want to start off because we've never covered this the last time you were on with marty. We didn't cover your background or.
"harry" Discussed on Still Buffering
"The other ones have harry's the only one who actually has blown up the way that he in a way. That like i. I listened to a lot of harry styles and i never listened to one direction besides like the one or two really really popular songs. That blew up I had only heard from this album. obviously watermelon sugar because the children are obsessed. Which like they have not. I think they've even seen the music video with us. And i don't think i mean if you're a little kid is just like those. Look at those people having fun on the beach among those kids on the watermelon. Look what a fun time. They're having that's great. And so i really think that's the level that they're Grasping this song and cooper a watermelon. One of her favorite foods. That kid will eat an entire watermelon. If you let her late no joke. I have to stop her because she will just continue to eat watermelon until she runs out. So that is that is where the love came from that song and Kind kindness people. Yes that one. I had heard those two and that's it i had never heard any really I heard any. I don't think i'd heard the the watermelon song and that was it so this is only for me. I'm just trying to think through the lyrics. What an adorable reading of that song. Just if you really do think lake watermelon sugar high. That's just like when you eat so much. Sugar from watermelon. You kinda super. Yeah i did because you gotta sugar rush. That's about sugar out. Yeah that is really like they just. They just think it's fun and watermelons great and horrible. Love the beach durable they. They both are fans of the other way. In which harry styles would come into our life. Is they Charlie was looking over my shoulder when The was it vogue. That harry styles was at the magazine where he was on the cover wherein address people decided to get all excited about it. Yeah in positive and negative ways right anyway Charlie was looking at it was like. Oh i love that dress. Who is that. i was like well. This is harry styles I will i will say though. Obviously i don't. It was a good dress. I don't really care if we address or whatever you want you know. He is treated now like a modern fashion icon. But when you look at some of the outfits aries it's like why do we let him get away with this. Tell them this is like recently. We're was he. It was it The music awards the grammys and he was wearing like a purple boa in a plaid like yellow tie. I would always looking at. I was like. I think if anyone else wore this we would tell them. This is not good. Well i look. There's there's nothing wrong with challenging. You know gender concerts with your clothing. I think that's powerful but there. Yeah bill style. They're still style there. I think that there's we can. We can dive into this more into second. But i think i think there's a messy Like lovable thing. that happens with harry styles. Yeah he he looks he's always looked sort of messy but in that messy. It's like a. It's like a scruffy lovable thing and part of it is. Did you put that outfit together..
"harry" Discussed on Still Buffering
"I was listening to the music with Charleen cooper and they just continually said play watermelon. Sugar again play watermelon sugar. I want the watermelon song just over and over again so we had to listen to that twenty times and finally i was like i have to listen to the other songs on You know i was looking at. I was looking up this album to see when it came out and everything right at the top of the wikipedia page talks about the album themes and it has a quote from harry styles where he said. The theme of the album is having sex and feeling sad. I think i understood those things. i do. all right I don't know that. I knew that was all that's it that's all i mean. I understand. I've seen the music video for watermelon sugar. I understand why it's unfortunate my children. Keep demanding yes into it over and over. And i felt like the extent of the album was. I'm a sad boy. I'm a sexy boy. I'm sad sexy boy. It's not why we all taxi boy. I think i'm right that right. Yeah i didn't know he was that sad. I mean i know there are song are saw on there. That are sad ish but like they're also songs that are. Why didn't you tell me about this. He didn't know he was feeling who sat. Cheer them up Or just let him be sad. It's okay to be sad sometimes. Yeah little by music. You'll feel better again. That's what daniel tiger told me there. You go Just like everything is connected to daniel tiger. Everything's also connected to taylor swift. Did you know they used to date. i believe you've referenced us in our one of our many taylor's just wanted to point that out again. Are there any taylor swift songs. That are about harry styles. Yes the one called style. Oh not your most subtle. You didn't really hide that one There's also it's all on nineteen eighty nine There many harry style songs one. There's a big conspiracy theory that the two of them like hit someone with their car because there's she's saying like secretly murdered someone and it was like a whole secret. 'cause a song about harry style. She's things about them getting in a car accident which they did..
"harry" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season
"Is joy. Hi tony tomato once again. You know harry. Lennox is known for his roles in the matrix movies and also a brief stint in zack snyder. Dc universe man of steel and batman. V superman john of justice on television. We see him. Weekly as harold cooper on. nbc's the blacklist. I spoke to about a movie. He was recently an alternate universe rescue mission and also project. that's very dear to his heart. Revival here is my full conversation. Talented actor harry links. Let's talk about Alternate universe It kind of hearkens back to the movies. I used to watch as a kid on on the wonderful world of disney. When these kids were kind of doing this science related project. What was it that attracted you to to play the principal. Well i liked Everything about it. You know the first thing was that. I love science particularly the hard sciences and so forth i think the ability in particular two days the imagination young people is is great and unique and i think that's how i got into it was just because the ideas behind it that you can be in two places at one time. If you're a certain kind of particle or have entangled with you know similar particle that you can Take great shortcuts through space and time by going into a wormhole or something you know these are. These are deeply imaginative and philosophical ideas. Actually make you think about the nature of life. And then the other thing that i loved about about the project was it. They were working with high school students. Yeah and professional cool crews so. That was something. I had done on a project of my own. Some few years ago called h four fairfax high school and got a lot of the kids to be crew. Crew members and some of them are now professional filmmakers. So this is. I think a perfect fit was right right in my bailiwick former educator and you know somebody likes to think about very very cool. Yeah i just i like that fact of it. And it's so important for kids kind of motivated and excited about science and i think we're entering a good age for that so kudos for you know for doing the project Was there any any special effects you had to deal with it all. I don't believe so. I was pretty much in the analog world presented of the old fashioned way outta g. I guess i if i'd nonetheless that i know there's plenty of it in there. I don't have to be you know putting on motion capture suits. That's okay yeah yeah. It's not a bad day. It's definitely that thing..
"harry" Discussed on The Managing Partners Podcast
"There's people that need to help solve this issues or natalie challenge so the there's opportunity surrounding all that is going to be hard struggle for some people Abaza tuition for others And i think some people are gonna come out ahead because of what they saw in in the issue at hand so But i think what you're doing is is awesome. You're putting out great content. You're helping people with with. The books are putting out and With just sharing your knowledge I think it's great. So we can with harry go check out. His website is a nelson What hardiman dot com artem dot com. you can check him out finally on facebook instagram We disconnected unlinked ten so Check him out there and I'm sure be happy to have dialogue with you. Chat with you answering questions you have. And of course we need his help reach out to him and his firm and i'm sure they can help you out so Harry thanks so much man. I really appreciate it. It's been a great conversation and Just look forward to having your upstate up on the website here soon. Now thanks for having me on kevin really a pleasure to be with you. A great great great chance to talk and I'm grateful for the opportunity to thank you absolutely all watching. Make sure you learned a couple of these things from harry and if you need any marketing assistance reach out to us a ray law dot com will help you out to be a rockstar. Like harry here so For watching thanks so much vol- taught you soon thanks..
"harry" Discussed on The Managing Partners Podcast
"I was junior lawyer at that point in his eyes. And i did this case. At the end of the case he owed the government back like one hundred and fifty dollars like i. I got nine one one. Four million nine hundred thousand nine nine thousand removed from the judgment. And i had the judge actually crying at the the pain that is that these people are suffering which he was helping them and so i had he was an example of a client who became evangelical and started telling everybody in his network. You gotta be working with harry. So i was definitely a beneficiary of a lot of those people i to say like i..
"harry" Discussed on The Managing Partners Podcast
"Hey there i'm kevin daisy and i'm eric olson. You're listening to the managing partners. Podcast where we interview tob lawyers about how they're growing their firms. All right we are live everyone to tune and welcome to another live recording the managing partners. Podcast i enjoy him with a special guest today. Harry nelson harry. Thanks so much for coming on and join us all the way from l. a. Yeah my pleasure kevin. Thanks for having me on the managing partners podcasts. Now absolutely look forward to learning more about your practice and in how you mark your practice and all this thing. So i think i was saying before pre show. I'm less familiar with healthcare law. And so i'm looking for to learn more. I'm sure others tuning in washington. The future are looking forward to as well so as always pleased asking you questions while on this live Harry will do his best to answer those questions and to ask away sure. There's a lot of covid related questions that might much happy to take whatever questions people have. everyone I'll ask more suffering than the comments. Put some links out. So you guys can connect with harry if you wanna look him up as handle I believe is your Is this your instagram handle. Yeah so h thin on On lincoln and i'm out there people can find me guy you can. Google has all over the place so yeah check him out. And let's get into it so first off just a introduction to tell us about yourself a little bit personally and It was kinda cool. I'm in virginia beach virginia. He's la already mentioned that he's a came. He's been in virginia when he was a kid. And things like that. So super cool tells a little bit about yourself where you're from and and i guess you tie that into Towards the end of how you started your your practice. Yeah i'm happy to so. I was born in Brazil my parents were americans. Living down there but i grew up From from the age five Ford i grew up in michigan. My my folks are still there. I identify as a mid westerner and a michigan..
"harry" Discussed on Greg Bedard Patriots Podcast with Nick Cattles
"Fam. Kids point of view you have crippled arm cam unknown Mac at quarterback. Belichick DMV at the emphasize. As young wide receivers kids been in the doghouse. Two years in a rookie deal etcetera. Etcetera, Belichick is stubborn. That's why we were finally hearing about it in public which will diminish New England's. Return home, of course, he's talking about n'keal Harry. Well, let me ask you this because we haven't covered this aspect of the hairy thing before the draft. There was talk about a possible deal and I would say that was obviously driven by Harry's agent because he's the guy that comes out public, I would have to imagine, he was leaking stuff at that point in time. Greg, do you think there was any value in Harry? Do you think the Patriots said, let's deal him before the draft? Do you think they, they would have had a shot at, you know, a third-round pick or something like that from one of these wide receiver, Navy teams. Not really, I mean look when you get closer to the draft and you talk about a position like wide receiver, you know, teams. When you look at a guy kill Harry, who hasn't worked yet for their? Like, why would, why would we trade for that guy? When we can just draft a guy right now and in the last two years last year and then this year off, you know, we hear about the wide receiver in classes are so deep and like there's not even enough draft picks for them. Like why would you do that? So I don't, I don't think there was much to it, you know, as far as what's Yogi. Scrub says, I think that he falls into the same trap as these other people. Like he says that, you know, any scene athlete would love to go elsewhere. Like, yeah, I just think he he's, he's absorbing n'keal Harry of any blame either, like in, also the circumstances we've been over the circumstances and first of all, I don't think n'keal Harry was ever in the doghouse. You know, he got he got hurt his rookie year, his second year, he got opportunities. Look, he screwed up a bunch of times. I remember there were times that we talked about what was that, I think was the Texans game or there was another game where he got the ball in the flat and he had some five eight cornerback like right in front of them..
"harry" Discussed on Greg Bedard Patriots Podcast with Nick Cattles
"Went up against cornerbacks who couldn't who couldn't handle, then they go to a place like Arizona State, where they don't play defense in the Pac-12 and things are a little bit easier for him, you know, and they can, they can get their production and there was everyone's like, oh, your mom, your first round pick and all this stuff and maybe you know, some, some guys don't have to go to class. Some guys do have to go to class whatever it's made easy for them, just is You know, and then you then you come to the pros. Now, after high school and college, you expect everything to be the same. And now, all of a sudden, you got six three guys who run for three. Who don't let you off the line of scrimmage. And yeah, it's tough job. Now, what are you going to do? Are you going to go look for a change of scene or or maybe? All right. Maybe somebody's going to hand me, the ball out in the flat so I can run. Or are you going to keep trying to get better? Try to work with the coaches? Hey, coach. Go to your coach to say, wage, right coach. How do I get better? What do I need to do? What do I need to work on? How can we do this? You know, it's not working for me to this point but I'm confident in my ability and it will work at some point. I need your help but instead you're like, no, I want to trade and I want to go elsewhere, you know, Nick if I were Bill Belichick, I would let after this going public which you do not do with the Patriots, you know, cuz I'm sure of his agent thinks. Oh yeah, we'll get a trade now, he'll get a better opportunity before Camp of get in there before Camp. If I were belch, I have felt like screw you. Now, we're going to keep your ass till final shut down and if nobody trades you a bag of used football's we're going to cut you and now you gotta go. Try to find a place on a 53-man roster or on a practice squad in September. Good luck. Good luck catching passes this year. That's what I would do if I were Bell check, there's a lot to say first of all. Instead of, you know, listen, I think people get into the semantics game. I don't think anybody would be looking at this situation could disagree with this statement. N'keal Harry and his agent took the path of least resistance. How you feel about that. Some people might look at it, especially if you're a foreign player and saved, always, he's doing something strategically, he's not a good fit, you know, he's tried to work with the team behind the scenes to get dealt because he knows he's not a good fit, he just wants to move on, others, will look at it and say, well, he could try to compete and try to become a fit. And instead he's asked out, so it's the path of least resistance, which I don't know how that plays with other teams. If you're another team and you're looking at this page say if you were interested in n'keal Harry before are you still interested in him now? Because you might look at this and say oh is that the guy that he is like is he always going to choose the path of least resistance? And is that the kind of dog? I want on my roster..
"harry" Discussed on Greg Bedard Patriots Podcast with Nick Cattles
"Well, we're just off of the Fourth of July. We've got some Patriots news randomly at this time of the month and we also have apparently a Twitter fight, Greg Bedard Brew House self move to the middle of a melee. And now chaos is breaking out, Albert Breer, reading and texting and talking to you and you've got people who are obviously a little bit younger than you fired up by what you tweeted. So, as we get into the n'keal Harry, talk, let me first ask you Greg in, this is a dangerous thing to do now. Cuz we're in the middle of this, kerfuffle has Judge Judy would stay home. Let me ask you, your take on the heel, Harry's agent coming out yesterday and requesting a trade. Okay, so look, everybody on here. And Nick everyone who listens to our podcast knows that I am, I'm not reactionary. I don't just throw bombs. Throwing bombs, I sit and I think about things and and ruminate a bit, and when I thought about the n'keal Harry situation from all sides, My conclusion was, he's a quitter. You know, that the going the going got tough and he said, you know what, I want out. Now in look, this is this is the reason why I think that Jack Nick Number one. And this is to go against so just to give people a little contact. So I wake up this morning and like Trey Wingo who I think works for some sort of pro football network now, so I think that's why he's in the mix now. He's off spna more, he's in the Pro Football mix. He took issue with me calling a quitter. My buddy will Blackmon from BC from Rhode Island, black bird with the Packers for a long time. I go back, a long ways with him. He took a little bit of an issue with me calling the kill Harry quitter, Rob Carpenter, great, Syracuse wide receiver. You know a good solid Pro wide receiver to also took issue with me calling n'keal Harry equator and what I would say to those people is that And I would say this to a lot of people who don't really know what's going on with.
"harry" Discussed on Radiolab
"So we've finished our trilogy on. The many lives of harry has present and We're going to keep expanding outward. I know we call this series the vanishing of harry pace but he was not the only one to be vanished there are others like him who were similarly vanished sometimes by their own design. Now one of the things that has been really frustrating for us in reporting the series haunting even. Is that our central guy. We don't have harry's voice no we don't have it. Harry got all of these other voices on records like ethel waters. Trixie smith take ethel as an example. When you hear her voice. I come along in that era. I was working in nightclubs. Like when you hear her speak. It makes all the difference. You know her. I could sing dance talking this. Let's make you laugh. No make you cry but harry's kind of lost to us so one of the things. We did early on his. We called every archive that we could find every record collector asking. What do you got. What do you got we were. We were trying to find something and along the way we. That's when we met a dude that we did not expect to me a contemporary of harry and his story. Yeah it of became one of the most inspiring musical tales. That i've ever heard it actually began With misunderstanding on our part. We're actually hunting for harry. The it has a picture of the label on the back. it has. Who's in it and the logo for black swan. I guess him. Can you say your name and your title so we have it. My name is tim brooks. I'm a media. Historian lead found a way to ten because he's one of the few people who have records from the black swan label. In fact people told us you gotta talk to this guy because he had just released a compilation called black swan. Go get a copy. We would love that. And these are all recordings from the black swan label. Look the early years. no no. Actually this is called black swans with an s. sonnet. It ten out. The compilation was not what we thought. It includes for the first time. The roland hayes the historic earl and hayes recordings that were made in nineteen seventeen eighteen. Tim started telling us about this guy. Name role in hayes and these very old recordings that he'd hunted down with great difficulty and we were like cool. It's not what we're looking for. Don't really want to go into this. Because this guy never recorded for the black swan label but before we could redirect. I've got some of the actual.
"harry" Discussed on Merriam-Webster's Word of the Day
"It's merriam webster's word of the day for june seventeenth any in quinta of fake. The whatever about this baby domingo. Yeah pro which by the way in quinto regardless komo's in the saint. John's bay brian. I salute every web rewards could be x five selected in november norway. Zubeida we dc. Benny offer valid does not to the indoor. Today's word his hairy also pronounced harry and spelled h. a. r. y. Harry is a verb. That means to make a pillaging or destructive raid on to assault. It can also mean to force to move along by harassing or to torment or as if by constant attack. Here's the word used in a sentence from the new york post by larry brooks. There was little puck support in either zone. The rangers were pinned for shifts. At a time and were harried into turnovers. While unable to apply more than token pressure in the offensive zone was there once a warlike man named harry who is the source for the english verb the name mirrors one particularly belligerent. Harry does come to mind. Shakespeare once described how feminine and fire accompanied the warlike. Harry england's king henry the fifth. But neither this nor any of his namesake's are the source for the verb. Harry rather harry or a word resembling. It has been a part of english for as long as there's been anything that could be called english. It took the form hagan. H. e. r. g. i. n. in old english and harry n. h. a. r. i. e. n. in middle english passing through numerous variations before finally settling into its modern spelling. The words old english ancestors are related to the old high german words meaning to devastate or plunder or host army with your word of the day. I'm peter sokolski visit marian webster dot com today for definitions wordplay and trending cups..