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This Has Happened Before - Trump Is Electable
"It's hard to say, we even on our show between, you know, a lot of our regulars have different differing views on what this is this a real campaign. I mean, clearly, he's told people he thinks this will help him avoid indictment. But does it matter if it's a real campaign? It's no less a threat to our existence as a democracy. His first campaign was not a real campaign, and yet he became president. So we need to take this seriously and we need to make Republicans own it. I think they're likely to nominate him. How old that thought is that time in the morning when I'm having them. So you guys talk about yourself. I'll be right back. We were on a good hi, Carl. Hey. So that empty chair across from you with Stephanie's and she's not there right now. So let's keep going. Keep going with your point. I mean, you have to you have to worry. You can not expect that because the American people are soured on Trump and that his numbers are even worse than when he left office. That he is not electable. He is electable. He's been elected before. Yeah. And, you know, by that stretch, he starts with a leg up on desantis. He does. We were talking yesterday at home, you know, everyone's coming out LOL Donald Trump's announcement LOL, but they did this. The same thing happened. The first time he ran. Exactly. And they got in line. You know, Ivanka says, oh, I'm not having anything to do with daddy's campaign until dice campaign takes off and is doing well. And then she'll be in there because she wants her patents in China. Yeah. I'm sure we'll get the articles talking about how she and Jared are writing the ship. Yeah, it's not a given that he's gonna face plant. Who, Trump. Trump, yeah. What did I miss the first time? See, now bob suska doesn't have to think it's just him. I made extra strong coffee for the guy that owns the show. Upstairs. That's your excuse. Anyway, I think it was all my conversations about how Trump could win again. Well, that's it. Yeah, that gets everything moving down there. Does that really what you said? No. I got to go back down. I know it does have the feeling of an acid flashback, like we all laughed the first time and we all were like, oh, this can't. I said I left a lot. And he certainly has a shot at winning the Republican nomination. And after that, 50 50. That says so much about the state of this Republican Party.
Ivanka Trump Does Not 'Plan to Be Involved in Politics'
"I'm continuing my discussion of Trump's big announcement, but I also want in this segment to broaden the discussion to look at sort of a post mortem of what happened in the recent midterms. Now, a couple of details with regard to Trump, the first thing is I saw a very interesting statement by Ivanka Trump, basically saying I'm stepping away from politics. Now she didn't clearly say that she was doing this along with her husband, Jared Kushner. She says, quote, I'm choosing to prioritize my young children and the private life we are creating. And so I think what she's trying to say is that I'm not going to be appearing on campaign rallies with my dad. And I'm also going to stay away if Trump is reelected from the Trump administration. And to the degree that she means herself and her husband, Jared Kushner, I think this is a good thing for them, but it's also a very good thing for Trump. It's a good thing for Trump because it's always complicated where when you have a close family that are anchored in a position of great authority and power and trust in The White House. Everybody else doesn't know how to navigate with regard to them. Of course, they are trusted. But on the other hand, they're not necessarily experienced now Jared Kushner in some ways did bring some experience. He was very well connected in the Middle East. And his impact, I think in some ways was positive because he helped a broker important deals, the move of the embassy to Jerusalem, the Abraham accords where Arab countries made a pact with Israel that would have seemed unimaginable. In fact, people like John Kerry said it's ridiculous. You can't get this kind of agreement without the Palestinians and Trump sort of made it look easy. So I'm not implying that Jared Kushner didn't do anything, but I also think that what happens very often for a business guy like Kushner is he tends to look at The White House as a way of kind of making connections.
Lions overcome big effort by Fields, beat Bears 31-30
"The Lions scored three touchdowns in the fourth quarter to beat the bears 31 30 Jamal Williams scored on a one yard run with two 21 remaining before the extra point cap Detroit's rally The Lions wiped out at 14 point deficit with two quick TDs Tying it on a 20 yard interception return by Jeff udoka Jared Goff threw for 236 yards and a TD is the three and 6 Lions won their second straight since a 5 game losing streak That makes up plane ride back a little bit more enjoyable This is one where you wish the plane ride was a little bit longer you know But we'll enjoy it for the next few hours Justin Fields ran for 147 yards and two scores for Chicago and he threw for 167 yards and two TDs I'm Dave ferry
Are You Living a Virtual or Virtuous Life?
"Like digital, it's here. You know, it's not going away. It's something that is a part of what we do. And who we are as a culture. And so it's learning healthy boundaries. It's learning how to use it in balance and to not allow it to take over your life. You have that group where you're in it for an hour and you're talking and things along those lines. But then you get off and you go apply it outside of the digital space, you know? I think the other interesting thing about the digital space too is that it creates within us this false sense of security, almost like when you're driving a car like road rage. Like I think the way that people respond on the road is not how you'd necessarily respond at a normal conversation. If you're standing in a line with people, you're not going to flip out on them like you would if you were in your car. It's like your car creates this false sense of security and safety that I can act completely different, but it's okay because there's the barrier between the cars, right? But then when you come to that stop light and they're parked right next to you, there's that. That's right. You're actually seeing them. And obviously there are those out there that take it to the next level and they get out and start beating the crap out of each other. Oh my gosh. Which is all done. But I think that that happens in the digital space too. Where we think I can say what I want, I can do what I want and it doesn't really matter. I'll say I'll post something online that I would never say to you directly. And so again, that falls back to being virtuous online, having balance online and creating those boundaries, both when you are online and even when you do or don't get online, and those are all really important things in order for us to live virtuously in the virtual and also to be able to get off of the virtual so we can have the actual genuine relationships and community that got intended us to have with actual human beings.
Update on the latest in sports
"AP sports on time Miriam The nets played the first of the 5 games since they suspended Kyrie Irving and rattled the wizards one 28 86 in Washington for their first win this year under interim coach Jacques Vaughn We show we were there for each other tonight and there's a mental piece to that for sure We really talked about winning today's game The latest shoot of fall for Irving has Nike suspending its relationship with the nets star guard The bucks have started the season with 8 straight victories downing the Timberwolves one 15 one O two The Cavaliers of one 7 straight after an opening game loss crushing the pistons one 1288 even without star guards Donovan Mitchell and Darius Garland Senator Jared Allen let the caps with 23 Everybody did excellent tonight And I think that contributes to how deep we are It doesn't matter how much talent you have as long as you play as a team you can pull out games like this On the flip side 5 straight losses for the warriors who lost the pelicans by 9 Luca Dončić became the only player other than Wilt Chamberlain to score at least 30 points in his team's first 8 games dropping 35 in a mavericks win over the raptors Other NBA winners the Celtics grizzlies clippers jazz pacers trailblazers and the Knicks who topped the 6s behind RJ Barrett's 22 points Everybody got in on the action which was just you know it's fun basketball and everybody just everybody gets their numbers everybody's contributing that's how we want to play Just two NHL games the hurricanes blew past the Sabres 5 three a hat trick for Sebastian aho The avalanche button down the blue jacket 6 three a hat trick for Niko ranton in Two points obviously the biggest thing and got some good passes today from the guys and was able to score a few also Obviously happy with that too Baseball the Astros can win their second World Series in 6 seasons when they host the Phillies in game 6 in Houston Saturday night Zach Wheeler will try to extend the fill season Try to be a stopper and give our team one more chance after tomorrow So tomorrow's a must win It Philadelphia wins game 7 would be Sunday Night Tom Arian AP sports
Love, Allen lead short-handed Cavaliers to rout of Pistons
"The Cavaliers made it 7 straight wins as Kevin Love just missed a triple double in a one 1288 route of the pistons Love provided 21 points ten assists and 8 rebounds off the bench Said the tone early was huge so I think we played a great 48 minutes of basketball Obviously there's gonna be some slippages because it's gonna be some runs throughout the game but overall I think both sides of the ball we play extremely well Jared Allen scored 22 points and chetty Osman added 15 for the calves who won without injured guards Darius Garland and Donovan Mitchell Kate Cunningham scored 16 of his 19 points in the first half as the pistons lost for the 8th time in 9 games I'm Dave ferry
Will ABC Cancel Sunny Hostin Like They Cancelled Roseanne Barr?
"Roseanne Barr is a very funny woman. And she had one of the most successful sitcom careers in television history. And they did a reboot of her show, Roseanne, and while they were riding high, great ratings. Everybody happy, she tweeted something out about Valerie Jarrett. Remember that? And the tweet about Valerie Jarrett made a reference to the Planet of the Apes movie. So the implication was that Valerie Jarrett was an ape and ABC found that sufficient to immediately end Roseanne Barr's career. She was fired. They killed her off. It was her show. The show Roseanne is about Roseanne. And her husband Dan, played by John Goodman and the kids and everything else. She was fired immediately for the tacky retweet or post or whatever she did on social media likening Valerie Jared to the Planet of the Apes movie. Now, now do sunny hostin. Same company, right, same company, ABC. And sunny hostin thinks it's okay to call white women in the suburbs, roaches,
Cowboys lean on defense in Prescott's return, top Lions 24-6
"Dak Prescott returned from a thumb injury but it was the cowboys defense that fueled a 24 6 win over the Lions Detroit turned the ball over 5 times with Jared Goff throwing two interceptions and losing two fumbles Gough's first three turnovers led to cowboys touchdowns But Dallas led by just four before recovering a fumble inside their one in the fourth quarter Prescott was 19 of 25 for 207 yards Ezekiel Elliott had a pair of one yard scoring runs for the 5 and two cowboys Gough was 21 of 26 for 228 yards The Lions are one in 5 I'm Dave ferry
Taylor Hall scores in overtime as Bruins beat Wild 4-3
"Taylor hall scored the deciding goal for a second straight game as the bruins earned a four three overtime win against the wild Hall tallied at four 49 of the extra session sending Boston to its 5th win in 6 games It came on the bruins 9th shot of OT It was amazing play by pasta He had the whole rank on the other side And I had to hold that Paul also assisted on first period goals by Nick foligno and David pasternak Hoppus lindholm gave the bees a three one lead 7 minutes into the second period Minnesota tied it with goals by Matt Baldi and Jared spurgeon before falling to one three and one I'm Dave ferry
Hal Sparks: Donald Trump Will Never Be President Again
"How many trees do you get before you actually go to jail? So Bannon, they just the government has said, you know, suggested 6 months in prison. He was part. I mean, it's just been this wheel of right did they get pardoned, they get out they commit the next crime treason. They're spoke missing from that wheel now. Trump is no longer in there to actually give them a pardon and he shan't ever, ever, ever, ever. I'm here to tell you Donald Trump will never be president again. Thank you. Stop it, full stop. Everybody calm down, not gonna happen, never, not ever. The only thing I've ever agreed with Paul Ryan on is that Donald Trump and I'm sure you've seen the Roger Stone. Well, we're gaming in the phone. I was just going to get to this because, you know. Yes, let's do it. Well, please. Here we go. Jared Kushner has an IQ of 70. He's coming to Miami. We will object him from Miami very quickly. He'll be leaving very quick, very quickly. Very quickly. He has a hundred security guards. I'll have 5000 security guards. You want to fight? Let's fight. Thank you. You and your abortion is bitch daughter. Oh. Oh, oh. Oh. Oh, oh. Oh yeah. Fight, fight, fight, big bag of rats. Oh, and you left out the part where he said Trump will get oh, oh my God, hang on. Yeah, yeah, here we go. Okay. I'm done with this pressure. I'm going to go public supporting impeachment. I have no choice. He has to go. He has to go. Run again. You'll get your brains beat in. Oh, my. Speed it. Like, come on, that guy, then Roger Stone is one of your, like, in case of criminology break glass kind of associates. He's one of these people who you keep on standby if you want to go scummy than even the scummy people around you will invest in.
Caller: Jared & Ivanka Should Not Be in Trump's Next Cabinet
"Well, I agree with you. Because Donald Trump's second term, we've got to have the people behind them not just in Congress, but the people on his staff that support him, I think I've endured who are also liberal, are responsible for some of the stupid decisions that were made during Donald Trump's first term. It's his daughter and his son in law. I agree with that, but that doesn't mean they have to be a part of his administration. Look, I don't mind if Trump gets reelected. I don't mind Jared and Ivanka showing up for Christmas or Hanukkah. I don't have a problem with that, but that's the only time I want to see him in that White House. The only time. That's the only time too. It's been there was a nightmare. I want Donald Trump and it's not an if it's when he's going to be reelected. There's people out there right now today. There's rumors again about a discussion with Merrick Garland, which proves that he's on the verge of indicting Trump and I have to laugh at that because it's always, we got him this time. We got him this time. Donald Trump is not going to get indicted. And if he does, that is because we have a crooked system and that will spark that will unleash some very bad things in this country, and we don't need that.
Stevenson, Patriots' D back Zappe in 29-0 win over Lions
"The Patriots were winners in Bailey's first NFL start Blanking the lion's 29 zero Zappy fumbled and had an interception but he also completed 17 of 21 passes for 188 yards Defense push a shutout Holland played played really well receivers played well It was a team effort today and it was nice to get to win Raman ray Stevenson rushed for a career best 161 yards and Kyle Duggar returned to fumble 59 yards for a TD Jacoby Myers had 7 receptions for 111 yards and a touchdown Jared Goff was 19 to 35 for 229 yards one interception and a fumble for the one in four lions I'm Dave ferry
No. 14 Mississippi beats mistake-prone No. 7 Kentucky 22-19
"Mississippi's defense came up with two big turnovers to secure a 22 19 win over 7th ranked Kentucky Austin keys and Jared ivy each forced will levis fumbles on consecutive possessions inside the red zone during the final three minutes They came after Jonathan Cruz hit a tie breaking 26 yard field goal to put the 14th ranked rebels ahead 22 19 late in the third quarter Ole miss also stopped the wildcats on downs early in the fourth The wildcats failed on two extra points a wide left 39 yard field goal attempt in the first half and an illegal motion penalty that wiped out a potential game winning TD pass in the final minute I'm Dave fairy
Jared Bernstein: Analysts Ignore the Restart of Student Loan Payments
"Take a listen to this cut 14 go It's been a brutal couple of weeks for the market obviously Awful inflation numbers Now the likelihood of a hard landing maybe even a global recession according to some The student loan forgiveness in the middle of all this adding hundreds of billions even a $1 trillion to the demand side Doesn't that make the fed's job even more difficult your allies Larry summers Jason Furman both warned that that's a problem The president once again bowing to the far left Does that justify increasing demand in making things worse right at this time Jared I know you know it's no way you can sell this to me with a straightforward Wait a second Let me try the following because this is a fact that I is not reflected in the rap you just gave me Did you ask And if you ask Jason and Larry about this I think they'll agree You should try and find out for yourself Okay The thing you left out was restart that is restarting student loan payments which of course have been in forbearance since the pandemic began That begins in January And if you actually look at the numbers month by month the amount of restart even with debt forgiveness basically offsets the amount Let me see if I can understand this This is the game You ready
Rodríguez leaves with back tightness, Mariners beat A’s 9-5
"The Mariners avoided a three game sweep by scoring the last 6 runs in a 9 5 downing of the a's But Mariners outfielder Julio Rodriguez left the game with lower back tightness after doubling and scoring in the first inning Jared kalmyk moved from left to center and provided a Homer and a double in his first game since being recalled from triple-A Tacoma Adam Frazier was two for four with two RBIs for the Mariners who began the day four games ahead of the Orioles for the final AL wild card Ace catcher Steven vogt had a basis load of triple hours after announcing he retired after the season I'm Dave fairy
Jared Kushner on Brokering Peace in the Middle East
"Will say Jared, I think, in the debates, president Trump, he didn't focus on the Abraham accords nearly enough. I just, that was my one personal piece of feedback. I remember saying that on our show and tweeting it out because there's Joe Biden rambling about how Donald Trump is going to bring us into a war or something. Wait a second, we just brokered peace against Israel with Israel and the UAE, just take some time, Jerry to talk first about the how politicians said how impossible this was. And then what was accomplished and how you got it done. I mean, from a layman's perspective of my own, it looks as if pressuring Iran and making a consensus against Iran played a role in that, but it's probably far deeper than that. Walk us through all that, please. Sure. Well, I think the big underlying lesson all this is you have to be very careful about trusting what the media says or what experts say, right? So all the experts in the media, first they were saying that if Donald Trump was elected, we'd be in World War three. And I really show in the book how he was very thoughtful and deliberate. A lot of high stakes situations that ultimately led to peace and no new wars in the first president in many years that in many decades that didn't bring new wars to the world. But the second thing was, is that the conventional thinking was said by John Kerry when he was leaving in 2016 where he said the plan to be very clear, there will be no peace between Israel and the Arab countries until we have peace between the Israelis and the Palestinians. And I actually accepted that to be true because how did I know? And I spent my first year really talking to people. And I trained the book to take people through my journey of listening. I think that was a very important component. I write about leading with meeting with one of the leaders in the Middle East where he said, you know, usually the U.S. sends one of three types of people to see the first are people who come and fall asleep in meetings. The second are people who come and basically read me talking points and have no ability to interact. And then the third are people who come and try to convince me to do things that aren't in my interest or my country's interests and you're the first person to come and really ask me questions on what I think the right end state should be and probing me on different ways to try to get there.
'Breaking History: A White House Memoir' With Jared Kushner
"The book here on Trump's decision making style. Trump has a habit of seeking information and opinions from people whose views are often overlooked. As a builder, he would visit construction sites and ask the frontline workers for their input on serious design questions. Three rules of Trump, the first of many media crises taught me what I later called the three rules of Trump. Number one, controversy, elevates message. Number two, when you're right, fight and number three never apologize. Elaborate a little on that Jared. Yeah, so there's two different points there. And one of the reasons I wrote this book was because it was kind of man-made for me to see all these people become experts on Donald Trump, whereas I felt like the truth was always hiding in plain sight. And he is who he is. He's been the same person for he wouldn't like me to say his age, but for all those years. And he was the same guy who was on the TV shows, the same guy was building casinos, the same guy who was writing books. And the same guy that now the people who hate, you know, love just a decade before before he got into politics as a Republican. And so I really wanted people to see what it was like being with him in the broom, how he contemplated a lot of these decisions that ultimately achieved these results, right? Because there's two cross cards in my book, which are really represent the two crosscurrents of the four years under Trump, on the one hand, you had, I think, pretty unparalleled assaults, whether it was from the media, through special counsels, congressional investigations through impeachment. I write about all those the false Russia allegations after two years and $35 million turned out to be proven untrue and what it was like to personally accuse the treason and have people saying that things were going to go wrong and what it did to the work environment inside The White House. But at the same time, you had all these incredible policy successes, whether it was peace deals, how we worked very well with China, we worked very well with Russia and their complicated circumstances, what we did to strengthen the relationship with Israel, work in the Middle East, how we cut trade deals with Japan, South Korea, all these different instances. So he's a very, very successful president. He increased that metabolism of government. He was a businessman who wasn't a politician. So he was focused on results and sometimes the process got very messy to get there. And
Jared Kushner: 'For President Trump, It's Very Frustrating to Watch'
"Just hearing you talk here, Jared, it just brings me back to feels like you're talking about 20 years ago. I mean, just that kind of tone of how you're talking and bringing back jobs to our country. It's so depressing to watch what's happening. I was going to ask you this question later, Jared, but I just would love it as it's kind of come to me now. I mean, you did all these success that your team Cassidy and president Trump and everyone, all this success, and just to kind of see what's happening now. I mean, what's your take on that? I mean, not talking about onshoring jobs and representing voters. It must be maddening to witness this over the last 18 months. You know, I think for president Trump, it's very, very frustrating to watch. You know, he did all this great work. He had the economy roaring and he had the world peaceful and he feels like it's such a shame. You know, the thing that I learned from being in Washington was I learned the nuance of a lot of these issues, right? There are a lot more complicated than people think. But after doing it for four years, fixing them was actually a lot easier than I would have thought four years earlier. So you look at all the deregulation we did to unleash American energy independence, right now we're going to Iran and Venezuela and begging them to pump more oil when, you know, if you have the Keystone pipeline, work, you'd have plenty of oil here in North America and stopped at the regulations. So I think that a lot of it's just common sense. I think the potential of our country is unbelievable. Maybe even greater than I thought global power is something that's more of a relative commodity than something that's absolute and America has the best private sector in the world. We have the best ingenuity. We have the best system for contracts and for rule of law, most of the time. And so our country is poised to really explode in a very positive way economically.
"jared" Discussed on Bitcoin Audible
"You know, a guy who someone who has never read my book can just click, check it out. Oh, I want to go into the middle of the book in the chapter 5 and just see what he had to say about this topic or that topic and boom. You can check it out. Oh, if he likes it, maybe he'll go back and he'll read the whole thing. So it's pretty pretty cool, I think, to be doing this. And I can't tell you how many times, particularly, like this would open up so many things. It's funny, like as somebody who is being a content creator, I'm constantly looking for little snippets. I'm constantly looking for quotes. I'm constantly looking for stock footage, like I use an envato elements a lot. And I can not tell you how many times that I will have a subscription to one that I'm paying $30 a month, and it just doesn't have the thing that I'm looking for. And then I go to another one, I go hunting through like ten of these other different services. And I finally found, okay, this is the background that I want. This is the text graphic that I'm looking for. And I have to get a subscription. We're going to have to pay like $16 or $20 for some credits or some something for some span of time. And I can't just, I can't just pay like a quarter or a dollar, a dollar even and just get this one thing, like it's not an option on the table. And I have felt like really, and this is why I love that you brought this up Jared at the very beginning is that you don't want to do this 5 clicks. You don't want this thing to be 5 clicks every single chapter. Oh, authorized scan a QR blah blah blah. Like it needs to be seamless. And that's really what I think it is. The ability to move from one to the next to find that one piece of content that you're looking for and just pay incrementally because, you know, we don't have the attention to consume every single thing. The entirety of every single thing we bump into. But there might be one little piece of gold that I really need access to or that I really want. And to be able to get just that and then maybe that's interesting enough to get me to read the rest of it or to dive into the remainder of the video because I found it. You know, this is something that not to a little bit of a segue here, but we're tangent here. But this was actually the thing about BitTorrent for me is that I was like downloaded. Was it played the 5th or whatever? I will openly admit that I quote unquote illegally downloaded tons of stuff off of BitTorrent and napster and stuff back in the day. But what's funny is that like I am a movie fanatic. I did film and stuff in college. That was my thing. I'm in fully intending. I'm getting back into film now for Bitcoin. But it never took away from my love of film. In fact, or my consumption of film. In fact, just the opposite happened is that I would actually watch things that I know was never going to watch.
"jared" Discussed on I Said No Gifts!
"Press tour. Look all of that aside. There is something i wanted to discuss with you. You've sent me your home address. And i thought what a wonderful little sign of trust that jared has kind of just shared this with mary We've never met. And suddenly i have his home address for all he knows. This podcast is kind of set up for you know to bring in victims. You know. I get people's addresses and they go missing that kind of thing but i i sort of wondering why the address. It's it's maybe a six hour drive from my mansion to your mansion thought altitudes a change in altitude alone nosebleeds. I figured i'll drive to his house. And i start heading up the mountain. Suddenly just blood gushing shirt ruined going to have to have the car reupholstered. But i get to your house and you've left some kind of cryptic instructions and it's look in the little black mailbox near the flamingo. And i think okay now okay. so now. We've got a situation. Because jared basically asking me to commit a felony to steal male but you had shown this little bit of trust by giving me your address. I thought i'll trust jared. I'm gonna dig around in his mail now. Did and i found a little package in their jared. This podcast is called. I said no gifts. Everyone knows that everyone loves it. Everyone's begging for more and so the The rule is right there in the title. And so i'm going to just ask you. Is this a gift for me. I know you said no gifts but it would be rude of me to come onto your podcast empty-handed and i also want to know that my personal phone number was accessible through my instagram until about two weeks ago when someone made me aware that is so. I removed burt that that is completely drew. I have never been precious about my personal safety my privacy i mean i'm gonna dime podcast right now wait. How was your phone number available through instagram. I was when i set up instagram in nineteen ninety-three setup. You mean launched the company. When i birthed the idea of facebook with with less words i thought i was just like giving it to the company i was like. They're like what's your phone number. And i was like again like sure blah blah blah blah blah blah blah and. Then never thought of it once ever again like i. i'm really. I'm i am not very internet savvy or like like on the internet. I've never been. I've always been like. I had like an end. Sixty four when everyone had like a ps two always been behind. I still i use apple music. I'm getting vulnerable now. He's apple music. I don't use spotify. There are a few people in my life who use apple music. And i'm it look good service. I imagine i'm not on apple music on spotify so when i create a playlist or something. I'm begging them. Please sign up for spotify. Want to share this with you. It's my little thing but you know it's kind of a it is a Nintendo sony what are some of these great rivalries. You know it tells you a little bit about the person. Look what are we talking about. Shy open the skift you should do. I have a podcast to recommend to you. And i want you to listen very carefully because this isn't a very good podcast. It's called ask rana with rana and brian. It's an advice podcast. And they answer questions like what do you do. When your boyfriend's mother is poisoning you or your airbnb host dies. How do you tell your cousin. Her husband on tinder during the pandemic. These are all things that we could use hard solid answers to and rana and brian are answering them. Every tuesday rana glickman. She's incredible and bryan safi. He's also very good. Bring you a fresh advice. Podcast straight from the carriage house in marblehead massachusetts with all of the answers to life's problems big and small these two. Let's they're expert advice givers. They also have their own coffee. I'm not kidding. 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Exactly i like to keep my mask in there. That's creepy clean and a half a blank day craft little thing that i can't imagine anyone ever. That's a space for mommy's yeah that's exclusively for mommies and good for them okay. I'm getting in here and wait. What what is this. So i've opened. It is this gum is this. Do you have a jared goldstein. Seen gum yeah. I invented instagram and sugar. Free gum this is like it's a package of gum. But as a picture of jared it's scott all of his information on it just literally. I hope that this nicorette. Hey it's actually birth control. Okay go on i. I'm so is this something that you have created as merch it is march and but it's not all it's not just merged its merge that i really wanted to have. I don't understand how i mean. Obviously there are merchants of all types. But i've never heard of somebody. How do you get to creating your own gum..
"jared" Discussed on I Said No Gifts!
"On broadway i was. I was in a christmas carol at madison square garden playing a baby. Scrooge when the ghost of christmas past back in time like soft mushy origins of ebeneezer. Did you go out for tiny tim. Too old. too old old is tiny. Tim supposed to be about two or three years old toddling about in a diaper too little a. What are these things that you move. Not stilts what is when you break your leg crutches crutch you yes baby in a diaper and crutches. exactly. I started when i was eleven. Which is very old extremely all. You're supposed to start when you are eight. Or because most of the roles especially for a young little boys on broadway are for seven eight and nine year olds. So if you're eleven you've kind of already missed so much right. I thought about that recently. With the pandemic. I feel like there are a lot of stage parents that over the last year and a half of just been freaking out because those years for children are huge. Yes like that's that's the wind like truly like especially with puberty and all of it and that is the window bats it. I have not thought about the horror of that. I know there are some really wild parents out there. That have just been sweating. The last year and a half. Just let's get these things back into production. My child is about to become a teen. Oh my god you are so right. I've dealt with some interesting a stage parents have you. Oh yeah you know within the tv world and they'll say you know i probably shouldn't even say anything i don't know but they're you know they're it takes all types. I have to say you have a beautiful name. You have our zeus way of speaking. I don't know how old you are. What time you are from. I'ma baby scrooge your babies screwed yes but he's also mixologist. You have mixed energy. I'll eventually be running a very high fashion bar on christmas bridgier. I can tell you muddled you've muddled now. We're headed in talk tober. How do you feel reading in october. I feel great. I really just want fast forward. My whole life i. It's good but can we just wrap it up. I'm like what's this. Yeah let's keep calling. Let's keep going to like the years between about sixty five to sixty seven enjoy. Those two years die and he lived up long life but not. He was pretty young when he died. Yeah i feel like. I am both. I am both enjoying the moment and just waiting to be over. What do you do with your time. What do i do. What do i do you know. I'm i'm shrouded in mystery. It's really it's really just conjecture conjecture your entire life is. How would you spoke conjecture. That's a kind of a twist on a classic word. It's spelled like jinx monsoon however jinx spells her name. It's kind of like back. No what do you do. What fills a normal day for. Jared a normal day so i love a list every single day. Make a list. I'll make it days in advance. I love if. I have like the next four days on a list. Oh my god. That's so put together. Yeah yeah. I don't know how anyone lives any other way. Like i am just such a type a. star student. I like need the. I need the schedule. I need the reinforcement. Need like the small reward. You get like a little endorphin blast when you delete the thing off the list right and you gotta know where you are and where you need to be and there's so many so much going on. There's so much going on that. it's. I need to make a list so every day. I start the day i checked the list. We start making our way through it and it's the same thing of like trying to enjoy the moment but also trying to just get it over with like just like i'm just like i don't know what i'm even reaching for but i just i mean a constant reaching position. No was the list making like a learned habit or is this something that just comes naturally to. I think it's natural. I was a kid. I used to the lineup. All my toys. I think there's something. Yeah oh i. I've tried making lists before usually when i try just put one item on it and i'm already exhausted and then i don't even accomplish that task. What are you writing them on. You have a little notebook the you write your lists on what you do. It's in a google doc. I'm michael duck so it's accessible in the cloud wherever you are. Yeah because that's a part of it too. It's like. I'm not always at home like i'll be out kind of like i have the thing i i go food shopping. I have a meeting i have. I go to the dentist. And i want to be able to access it as we're going so the google doc is very helpful. I mean a journal. It's so romantic. But it's just not practical y- well i've been. I carry a tote bag with me. And i've recently discovered that i can carry more than a wallet phone in it So maybe a journal could fit in there every have like a travel sized deodorant which i thought why wouldn't i have this. Sometimes you forget to put on voter in the morning. it's very rarely but when you do your panicking so now i've got this now. You're really sweating. I have a fanny bag with me at all times and it is i could grab it and show you or just take my word for. It's for deodorant. Floss retainer case sunscreen. Oh a lunch me. Napkins just illusion bologna at the bottom of it truly. It's pursued on an animal but it's always in there. Yeah i my bag up until about four days ago. Was my wallet my keys my phone and then just so many loose receipts just physically stuffed like a pillow case. So what more. It's a good question. I think it's just you know. I frequently we'll just have. The cashier forced the receipt on me rather than saying no. Thank you to that. It does feel aggressive progressive to say and no receipt. Something about it feels like like i'm going to get ahead of this and shut your ass down. It does feel that way. Then they have to take care of it and that's like they're not being paid to throw away receipts. They're there to hand the receipt to me. So it's a little bit not paid. This is their passion. What else is going on. I don't know it's been a thought. This podcast was going to start a half hour later. And so i'm in a real place right now where. I was truly rushing around the house. I guess that just says to me. You're more of an eleven thirty percent. I look at you as an eleven thirty person rather than an eleven. am person. i dunno. Rake your damn head open right now. And i'm gonna tell you that this is actually the second podcast i'm doing today. Oh you've already recorded already. Recorded a podcast. I'm kelly ripa. You are you are on a circuit interesting cirque. Yeah.
"jared" Discussed on I Said No Gifts!
"Welcome to ice. No gifts temperature weinberger having an eventful morning I hope you're doing okay. I got a accidental bill. From my dentist. It's just the dental situation. This year has been just nonstop for me for no reason. And now you're dealing with it and i tried to drag as many people into this as i can and this is kind of my one platform to do that so i appreciate you being here. what else is going on very little and so we're going to get into the podcast to kind of you know. Bring an event into my life and today's guest is so funny. Everyone loves this person. It's jerry goldstein. Jared welcome as no gifts. I'm so happy to be here. And i can talk about dentistry or days so feel for you. You pick the right guest today. What's your dental history. Bats metal history. I don't know if you get a little some armament. But i just removed my top invisible vissali. How long have you had an invisible on for fourteen years fourteen years. I had braces as a child which were savagely and prematurely ripped off by a child acting manager if you can believe i actually can't believe that and the the damage has has been irreparable and honestly just insurmountable so here. We are all these years later. Still braces on the manager. Now you had braces for how long before the manager said this is not working for your career had them about six months and it was the six months before i started being a professional eleven year. Old boy boss. What was that conversation leg to the manager. All your parents aside and say we've got. The braces are ruining him. It was such an unreal conversation. She could not understand for the life of y. I had braces just talking to an eleven year old. Who's this shown up from long island to this talent office on park avenue. I'm standing on the star reading smucker's commercial and she's like great. But why does he have braces. And my parents were like well. He's eleven and that's kind of part of it and then she was like but if you knew you wanted him to be an actor why would you put braces on him and then she was like well. We didn't know that we wanted him to be an actor. This is all kind of pretty bizarre and like kind of just happened and here we are engineer. But but why does he have them on. If he wants to be an actor and we i swear to god we went back and forth with this person four times of being like okay and trying to be nice to because we wanted to help me for like we'd okay. We didn't know that. I wanted this until about a day. I don't even know that. I want this and here we are so i don't issue number wild but then your parents decided this is the person to represent our child. Yes famously evil woman. Who i would. I would tell people that ask. Who is your manager. I would say her name and the faces. I would get home so then you just went back to the orthodontist was said we've got to get these off. Yeah we get them off him off. How bad were your teeth. Well what they were really bad when the braces went on but six months will go far so it got me from like really like shockingly bad teeth to normal looking okay and was the orthodontist. Like i feel like. That's a real moral crossroads for the orthodontist. Yeah no yeah. Yeah i mean nothing about being a child actor is moral and that's kind of the ramifications again insurmountable irreparable. Well you know when you enter a child into the world of acting you know. It's a safe road. You know that mentally the things that they that's going to be perfect everything. It's you know putting your kid on rails to adults success. So i feel like that's what i will say intoxicating then like room hull of adults clapping for you. Well let me ask. Did you book smucker's i never did either one. Gosh darn commercial. You're kidding no commercials for me. Because i didn't i i i didn't know how to do them like they're very simple but i just didn't know how to do them. So that came later in life. But i booked no commercials. I booked not hardly any tv work. I was just doing theater. Because i was very good at singing. And then we were just trying to make me an actor. Because i was good at singing but i was never really like an actor that right. What did you do in theater. Well as much as it is so embarrassing to bring up. But i was. I was on broadway. Please treat me the same. The rest of the next forty five minutes has shifted in a huge way. You've ever heard about broadway. But it's it's a pretty big deal. What were you doing on broadway shining. That was assumed. Jared.
"jared" Discussed on Help! I Suck At Dating with Dean, Vanessa and Jared
"Help suck at park at dating. We are going to get into listener. Qna's that we had you guys on our instagram page. Just a couple of days ago. I think if you don't already follow us on instagram help underscore i underscore suck underscore at underscore. Dating by dating underscores the spaces. She follow 'cause jared a super active on it. And you're not gonna wanna miss any sweet helped by second dating updates. So jared question submitted for you. Jared are you and actually doing anything to keep the marriage spicy during pregnancy. Not as of yet age. I mean honestly. We haven't had much intimacy of past few months couple months just because of how bad ashley's been feeling she's been thrown up daily and then pretty sick and not feeling her best. And it's it's been fine you know. Just you know you prioritize things and I'm sure we will over the next. You know weeks or months work on things spice things up. It was actually really funny not to like get to gross into it but obviously when a woman is pregnant her body starts changing. And i'm sure she doesn't mind me sharing this i. I touched her nipples yesterday. Did they're like weird. She.
"jared" Discussed on Photography Radio
"What without giving away trade secrets here. What's the next ten years. Oh wow that's really hard. Because covert his change some things you know anybody who who had a ten year roadmap. It's not quite not quite the same as it used to be right. And so i feel as we're kind of coming out of it but we've been at a crossroads of digital photography for quite some time where we're watching manufacturers go more to murless bodies. Our lenses don't dsl orleans by scientific nature physically cannot mount without destroying censor because of the way they're engineered and consumers don't always understand that it's especially when for all these years it takes year nikon shooter. For example nikon has allowed all these older mounds to be used on modern digital cameras. And now we're finding that it's going to be a little more difficult going to full frame merely situation. So how do we address that. How do we innovate put out new glass. That people want without upsetting the people who are not getting on the train with us yet and it's hard for every manufacturer. Everyone is going about it differently. And you know trying to trying to make their own way through that i mean for us. The last me see. I mean even during koga dive released a good amount of lenses but they have all been meritless lenses full frame and a couple a pse style lenses. And so. That's what we're starting to see now is an actual need for or desire from the consumer for an abc meritless lens which was a little unexpected in the entertainment. World i can mount a full frame lens on crop sensor or full frame and vice versa. So even if i put that crop lands on a full frame i can deal with my beautiful black circle. I might have an artistic use for it or nowadays with these modern Full frame airless cameras. We can dumbed down our sensors right. I don't ever have to see that. Black around it. If i don't want to or sometimes the camera will auto handle that for me. So we're seeing that lenses new orleans maybe even becoming a little more versatile. Some things have held true. This one fifty to five hundred. That i finally released. I've been asked about something like that for people for a long time. Just because you're deals are birds. Shooter doesn't mean there isn't a murless bird shooter out there too. That's looking for that same style. I don't think we're going to get too much longer than what we've already had five hundred six hundred occasionally at eight hundred millimeter.
"jared" Discussed on Photography Radio
"A couple years ago. I was up in up in alaska sailing through there which i've done a few times because of the past job that i had but i haven't been there many years and i'm sitting in front of a glacier and i know it's going to calf and i know that there's no way i'm going to catch it in the right amount of time so it didn't have the same setup five years previous when i was up there so there's no way i could have done what i chose to do that day. I kicked it. The forecast this photography podcast is brought to you by frames. quarterly printed. photography magazine here is today's host w scott olson with another fascinating conversation. Well hello everyone and welcome to another podcast from frames magazine. My name is scott olsen and today folks today. We're doing something that the frames podcast has never done. Not once not ever. We're going into new territory. We're talking about gear. We are talking about technology. We're talking about probably the most important thing in a photographer's bag and that is lenses and the reason we're talking about lenses is because i've found myself looking at new lenses reading technical descriptions marveling at over all the things they promised and not understanding a word of what seem to be inside a lens so today we're not so much talking about this lens versus that lens or or what to buy we are going to dissect lenses we're gonna take them apart. We're going to try and figure out what's on the inside and we have probably one of the most well informed and articulate explainers of lenses in the world jared power who is a technical representative for tamraz is is with us today. Jared how you doing today. I'm doing all right sir. I'm glad to be here looking forward to this. This is going to be a lot of fun. Jared you represent a company that makes lenses for the main camera manufacturers. Tampons does an awful lot more than just lenses for cameras. So just here at the beginning. Tell me a little bit about tamra. How big is the company. Tell me what it scopus sure so. We were founded in nineteen fifty. This is our seventy first year. We have five factories on three different continents that go out to one hundred plus distributors on.
"jared" Discussed on Help! I Suck At Dating with Dean, Vanessa and Jared
"Is it the second episode. We've recorded since. Jared announced his baby on the way. I was wondering where you're going. This sounds like special episode. I mean all of them are obviously special bro. Yes but it's also special because we have an incredible guest. Dr nicole la- beach. Oh i hope. I didn't put your that last name I'm just glad. I didn't have to say it. Looks like la beach. Yeah you wanna know what actually is every time before we start. Recording this podcast. Jared i you know look at each other in the is through zoom. And we're like you want to bring us in. Do you want to bring us in. Jared meter bring it in and now i realize it's because you didn't want to pronounce dr lucia's last name honestly it's just because i didn't feel like working any harder than i already do but yeah let's do. Let's give that out the reason. Dr nicole a beach. What else could it be. I mean it's spelt. L. a. b. a. l. a. b. e. a. c. h. I mean it's got to be phonetic but last thing we want to do around here. Jared make you work harder than you have to okay. Oh my god. So i'm drinking. This chai tea lot. That right now. And it's choking me and i know what the hell's going on with my life great episode. I don't mind if you wanna talk about. It for a second do. They're the best men. I'm a big vanilla chai lante guy with almond milk. That's my jam. So here's my i could. I could drink china. Tea law every day and i did for a long time and then i realized how much sugar is in them and so i like have. I only have one a month. Maybe lots of sugar. You know what dude one day. We're all gonna die and you're not gonna look back at your life and be like damn it i i i. I'm glad i didn't get the cia day. You know no i disagree. I saw. When i was in college i went on the he told her. Diet the What's the caveman one. The hito all meat diet no the whole crap. The caveman diet. It's called yeah look it up and die anyways just like you eat you you catch and eat your own meat. That feels like a caveman. Died to me where you have to like. Go out and shoot up moves in and eat it. Or what would you shoot. Need it not a moose bear. So essentially the cave the paleo diet. That's what it was. So the taylor diet is yeah you eat. What a caveman would you back in the day. So no processed foods like meat berries You can drink coffee. But you can't drink coffee with milk or cream or sugar. And on the paleo diet i got used to drinking black coffee for like four or five months and so now. Let's all i drink. And i think i can get away with drinking as much copy as i do because every time i drink coffee it's just black and then so every once in a while i'll treat myself tonight's cia and it's just it's just pure bliss but enough about me coffee cups coffee and you drink a day. Well i'll tell you what. I got the large from starbucks right now iced coffee. It's almost empty. i also had. That's like three cups in itself..
"jared" 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.
"jared" Discussed on thebuzzr pod
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"jared" Discussed on thebuzzr pod
"Jared how are you today. i'm good how about you. It's nice to reconnect with. You has wanna get you run. The first artists that run day buzzer allah. The god almost eight months ago while ago for straight back is really jibe. I haven't been called by steven tyler. Really disappointed because retake tweet never ever no stars right now. He must've busy. So what have you been up to since we last child lasso cheese. Yeah well i've been doing. I i well. I think last time we talked. I was doing a lot of like stra. What do they call it. Like those live like instagram. Live or zoom concerts. we're putting together in I wasn't really Wanted to go with the last couple of months. So i i am may have team that you know we film videos in like either. It's if it's a music video Of shoot so we did. A whole bunch of live shoots At this place called a place called dog patch there yeah our. It's like a warehouse. It's kinda cool Had a really nice room. Really good acoustic so We did a song we did. I think five songs we did. Die to my We did. Let's get it on dynamite by beats the ass. I don't know if you've been. Yeah yeah we re recover dynamite on the buster indie. That's right and Let's get it on by marvin gaye. my offer me song and Yeah so we've done a lot of those And i've just been honker down trying to get a new set lists going and I've been working with. I've been putting together a band In some of these really talented lads. That i've met An yeah so. I'm excited to be be performed with those guys defying the ban. I'll be a bass guitarist and a drummer on me are any from the boys. Now these guys are just one of them. Moved in from la. And i think the other one's been an esa for a while Than yeah we've just we've just been jannine simpson thankfully it works. you know. it's i think it's really important that everybody's vibe together Yeah that feels good feels good. Samphran opened up yet. Yeah everybody everybody's open to do whatever they want to be doing. A lot of like a high demand from music right now is a lot of fun. Kidding right By a lot of there's a lot more places in venues to be planned out right now. We lost a couple. That were really nice. I guess that happens disagreed sanders lot. Yes i think that is. That's an incredible venue. Definitely wanna play out. No no no i. I've seen shows there for sure. I saw jack johnson there. That guy's incredible live. I've seen that in the heart. They were really good there but Stunning venue incredible dependent. Just like the atmosphere I love the look of it. Five Probably just the environment of it did the bussan couple times. Yeah i mean outplay anywhere. I've played in front of two people and like a little crappy room. And i've played in front of you know thousand people in a big room so created never created sometimes and. It's just interesting to hear people talk about like which one they prefer more. You know There's there's one The strokes performed at outside lands in like twenty eleven or something Right before Before they go into one of the songs the lead singer was lake Met i remember playing songs in front of like five people talking in front of like a hundred thousand. You know like it's really just like perspective. Things is that really blows your mind sometimes when you think about it a recent before i leave the other bus guests that iran with me. Thank you enjoy venues. Yeah do I think they're more like personal now. Like actually i think having it be like interactive or being able to interact on stage with specific person or a group of people of. That's a lot of fun for me. What it kind of feels like everybody's on the same page Everybody's laughing in stuff like that. I think any performer can perform ten straight songs and walk off. But i think having that interaction really really bumped it up so usually do to meet ingredients officia. Oh yeah i think that's my favorite part of it to be honest. I i love. I love performing But yeah i think just meeting people meeting the people. I'm seeing into as also nice to have like friends there too since million people. How can you not love that. Yeah kitchen great. Update beat him up to my god Eight months is a long time. I'm still riding the ranger. The new york firm to conduct for them about to be promoted reality of. I'll be having a team writers and but just pretty cool now and i'll cover entertainment as well as the top one hundred music. Now and the podcasts. You're on may now and our after hours shows is now in twenty. One countries has credible shea. Pretty rock in sturdy ron. his wide reach and great fans Connect with them. more often on instagram. Preferred platform happens you. Do it just seems more like A saturday hanging out. Washing football.
"jared" 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.
"jared" Discussed on Crystal's Nightcap
"So he's kind of far. So i didn't get the conversation of talking to jared leto because i wasn't going to live on my phone like start recording us and like and i didn't even know if that was him or not right but based off of is answers saying something like that when i asked him if he an actor and then you know and then based off of what he was wearing on the pier and then what he was wearing on instagram. Like that same day in a few days prior it was hundred percent. Jared leto so so freaking coal. We met conversation with jared leto and he was cool like he was like literally. Just chill normal person. I mean famous people like they're normal regular people so the whole time we were just like. Oh my god. That's so cool. Jared leno leto and I i didn't see the joker movie. I saw the joaquin miller one. I didn't see the suicide squad now. I want to go back and watch him. And i don't even think that i've seen a movie with him in. We do know randy does know that he is preparing for a role right now or like shooting a role right now. Our the actor. The rule is very very skinny. So that's why jared had lost a lot of weight by so cool leto. After that we went to chinatown and we went to this dumping spot. That's a really really popular. Everyone's been telling me to go and susie really wanted to go. It's called joe's shanghai usually. It's like an hour or two way. But i guess we got there early enough at the perfect time where i think like. They're probably around like five like four or five and there was no wait and they just had his right away. Thank goodness yeah you get the the pork. The pork soup dumplings their fire. We got the the shrimp without the shrimp like spicy spicy sauce. Meat sauce shrimp. And that's pretty much it like. That's all i really liked from there. They didn't have the prins. They didn't really have like crab rangoon or anything like that. It's more. it's more like a traditional chinese restaurant where they don't have the american chinese entrees there so those are the only things i would get. We got noodles two. And i didn't really care if the noodles but the dump things are to die for like. That's what people in new york that places known in chinatown. It's like a place to go so if ever want to get dumplings trying to town go to joe's shanghai. It's on like bowery street so we did that and then by that time. Randy's scooter was dying. His was on read all of ours. Were like above reh like above half but scooters rainy scooter was dying so we just wachter scooters down the stairs of the subway we took the subway up to midtown and his scooter did last from the train to our.
"jared" Discussed on Breaking Out with Jared Lesar
"Is decision. Google and so. Yeah so that didn't meet me. In montenegro succeed. Fourteen on june nickel to to deal with the ultra and said ability Not circling back Off the now one sing is betsy. Boom culture and augments field Any rookie for ngo lossio crossed on steers. St bernard as gaza in that.
"jared" Discussed on Breaking Out with Jared Lesar
"jared" 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..
"jared" 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.