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"jason harris" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast

One Life Radio Podcast

06:58 min | Last week

"jason harris" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast

"Welcome back everyone you're listening to one live radio. This is Bernadette with junior and our guest Jason Harris Today. He is the CO founder and CEO of mechanism and award winning creative advertising agency whose clients include Ben and Jerry's Peleton. Okay. Cupid Molson Coors and Alaska Airlines he is the author of the. National. Bestselling book the Sofa Art of persuasion which highlights the eleven habits you need to become more authentically or so fully persuasive. His website is these art dot Com or mechanism dot com, and that mechanism is spelled with a k. k. a. n.. I. S. I love the way you guys spell it. How did that happen? Oh. Well, you know we started the agency sixteen years ago and we went you know in the old days you. You'd go on and try to see if the website was taken and he had mechanism with with the C.. H. was taken right mechanism dot com was taken and we're we're like, well, it took us a year to agree on a name. Why don't we make a K. and there you go and thank God that happened because now it has a little edge to it oh. Yeah. It's not as straightforward and the has a little something something. So I really love it. I do too and necessity is the mother of invention, right? So you needed to come up with. To your book is amazing, it really is on so many different levels especially anyone out there who's just now getting out into the business world starting their own business young entre preneurs. This is basically the Bible for the future of how we all should really operate not just our businesses but our lives in my opinion which includes collaboration. So how does collaboration help with persuasiveness? Well, that's a good question and I think. Collaboration is Helps, people. Really understand. How to get people on your side even in a trivial way and when you feel like when people feel like you're on their side, your chances of winning them over jump up dramatically and when people who are naturally collaborators they tend to be effective persuaders in getting what they need to get done done and when you join forces with another person on anything, let's say a project or personnel or. Or even recreational are by definition already on the same side. So swayed someone when you're already collaborating and on the same side is a much easier than bring someone over to your side and so it's it's really just the mindset of think about collaboration as. Getting people to join your team or you're joining other people's teams and it really helps in. People understanding your views and it's a technique for people understand your position because you're you're now bound together and you in it together and I think you know I always love that that quote if you WanNa go fast go alone. If you want to go far go together I love gration to me. Yeah. Collaboration to me about going far and you know yeah, I mean before this business I have three other partners in the company that I run now I did my My own company before it was all me and I went fast and flamed out because it was no, there was no collaboration I wasn't working with other points of view I was doing everything completely the way I wanted to do it in myself and when you don't get that diversity of voices and input and collaboration, you really only get what you know things don't and change, and you only get one way of doing things and it's a real recipe to to fly and burn out. For me. Yeah. Collaboration is is the essential part of creating teamwork and being persuasive yeah it is and it brings everyone not just yourself but the whole community really when everyone's working together for our common goal even if you disagree you know and I think that's really what needs to happen in this country we all just need to come together and at least listen to one another and share stories you know I think that sharing stories is so important you do to you wrote about storytelling in your book and And sharing pieces of your life. I was at a conversation with someone that I had recently met anyway shared a little tidbit about my own life and opened the door to just like this wealth of conversation that went on for hours just from sharing one little piece of information that opened that door sometimes, people are just afraid to share right? Yeah I mean I love that where you're going right now talked about the book of. College showing some psychic skin and it's it's the ability to be vulnerable and let people know either some failure or you know I mean we talked about like going through divorces and something fun to talk about or you know having having some issue or getting fired from a job or you know start losing an account or pants or whatever it might be or not getting that deal done. Being able to talk about those things makes it okay for the other person. To have they immediately get empathy for you and they'll open up themselves to maybe more about their life and not being you know. The perfect view of of how you see them because nobody has it together and no one's perfect. No one knows totally what they're doing. But if you have that projection that that you know you're in, you're untouchable and you've got figured out the other person's GonNa try to keep up the appearance to. Be the first person. When you're an apathetic person you think that way to open up about a situation and be honest and transparent and not allows the other person to be able to be the same way and you're gonNA forge a much tighter bond instantly when you do that. And you never know what you have in common with someone until you open up, right. which leads to so many beautiful things and. There's the music. Come on here. And Now. I know. Our show is you. have to do a podcast after the broadcast sometime. All right. Very. Bernie Dad's always Austin. With you guys are the best I really appreciate. Thank you so much. Jason Harris everyone check them out at these people aren't dot com everyone. Thank you so much for listening. Again. Thank you Jason for jumping on with us today. Everyone out there. Let's be positively contagious because you get one body you got one mind and.

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"jason harris" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast

One Life Radio Podcast

05:21 min | Last week

"jason harris" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast

"Served up all the information of what you already feel and believe in it just reinforces the way you see the world and it gets harder and harder to understand how other people see the world when that's all you're dealing with all day long, and that's really it's a algorithm finely tuned to serve up just what what each individual person would respond to, and that's really really dangerous. Yeah. It was an incredible documentary. Social Dilemma. So what are your thoughts on social media? What have you discovered? What would you like to share with our listeners? What I? You know I just believe in putting at least in social media trying to put. Positive thoughts out into the world and trying to push yourself, and it's also the information you consume or what you may be read or what you may be watched for trying to. Think about being curious about other points of view and trying to understand. Why people feel the way they do and get a sense for how other people think, and I, think it pays to be genuinely curious in social media outside of social media in life. And let other people. Know that you're curious about. Their point of view or the conversations they have, and it's not about if someone posts something and I don't agree I'm Gonna I'm GonNa, unfriendly them or unsnarl them or just just write them off because I know that they don't. They don't believe the way I think you may want to ask them a question or Sunday routes or can you articulate why you feel that way and I think when that happens? It allows you to. Not, maybe, persuade someone to be think the way you do or you're going to be persuaded that things the way they do, but you may learn where they're coming from or what their views are or how they feel that way and so. An example that I always talk about I don't know if we've talked about this before but there is a a friend of mine who was really against immigrants and I don't know if we ever talked about this before but he was was so against any immigration of any kind of people coming into this country even though we are all you know immigrants. Part of of the heart of it, and I never understood why you took this position and we were friends but you know friends don't always have to agree and share the same position and I found out that when he was was growing up his his father Had A you know a low paying job and they use like working the farm somewhere and he got displays lost his job because there was a you know undocumented worker took his job and they lived out of the car for you know a twelve eighteen months. Before his doctor find another job and from that experience probably hearing his father taught he just decided to hate it everyone that comes. Over. To our country and gets jobs you know under the table and so because of that. That was his view because that was his experience it wasn't that he doesn't. Personally he has a personal taste for any immigrant he meets and I'm sure if you looked into some of his friends history or where they came over, he made see things a little bit differently but it made me understand not agree with him I made me understand where he was coming from because like the empathetic. See the world through his lands and his experiences, and we all have different experiences that form and shape our opinion and that's an example if I just said here, the reasons why it's right and he told me all the reasons why it was wrong because it hurt the economy and You know it's illegal etc that we would have just been bad at all day but when I could be curious about it and understand what? Was Underneath it. It helped me be empathetic to them and understand it on a different level. Yeah and there's always that story underneath isn't there. You know when you when you're really trying to understand why someone feels the way they do and it's so great having you on the air we're going to go to break real quick everyone more coming up with Jason. Harris. Is the CO founder and CEO of mechanism we will be right back..

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"jason harris" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast

One Life Radio Podcast

07:12 min | Last week

"jason harris" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast

"All right everybody. Ready Welcome back to one life radio. This is Bernadette with junior broadcasting live from Dallas Texas on Iheart media as well as. In Sunny Southern, California on. ABC. News talk we've got Jason Harris with us today he's back. He is the amazing co founder and CEO of mechanism and award winning creative advertising agency whose clients include Ben, and Jerry's Peleton Okay Cupid Molson coors and Alaska Airlines under his leadership mechanism was named to add ages agency list and twice to their best places to work mechanism was also named as one of creativity is creativity fifty and Harris has been named in the top ten most influential social impact leaders as well as the. Four as list of one hundred people who make advertising. Great Jason's National Bestselling Book The Sofa of Persuasion Highlights the eleven habits that you need to become more authentically or so civilly persuasive. His website is the soulful art dot Com. That's the Sofa Art Dot Com or mechanism dot com always a pleasure Jason Harris how you doing today on doing great. How are you? I'm good I'm good. Thank you so much for my goodie box I. I just can't thank you enough. That was so kind. Thank you for being so generous. Last time we did an. Absolutely and so you know your book really is amazing and I thank you for the signed copy. I will treasure it always your book, the Civil Arte persuasion. So it's broken up into four parts original, generous, empathetic, and soulful, and today we're discussing part three, which is empathetic. One of my favorite parts of being unearth some of the traits you truly. Truly empathetic people. Epidemic people are really good at overcoming divisions and bringing people together on the same team. I'm sure we all know people that are good at this. Sort of. Neutralize the US versus them thinking which always gets in the way of you trying to achieve your goal or the way of persuasion. People, as fundamentally similar or equal. You know people like this. They treat everyone from the janitor to the CEO with the same respect and they treat everyone they see everyone in the same way and their natural collaborators who always forged connections with those around them, and they really understand that when you collaborate and you work towards the common goal, better things can be achieved and the opposite of being an empathetic person or those people that. You know who are egotistical narcissistic they hold the all their ideas for themselves they try to. You know only worry about their own little fights them in their own money and their own. Their own upward mobility and that's the opposite of being an empathetic. person but it is true. You know when you run a company, you should know the name of the janitor that you walk by everyday and no his name and say hello to him and ask how his family is. That's someone that's truly empathetic and and. And ultimately persuasive, right? Yeah. That's right. I mean that's a big. That's a big part of it is is bringing people together on the same team for the same goal and treating everyone with the same amount of respect and you don't no one knows anyone else story they don't know what they're going through. I. Love. This quote of don't judge my life by the chapter you walked in on. which is always true. You know you won't allow people well, and you look at people but you don't know you know them by where they are today, but you don't know what they've gone through to get to where they are, and so I just think part of being pathetic and the edgy act of of trying to put yourself in someone else's shoes and see the world through a different Lens and today more than ever. It's harder and harder to do that. It's. Harder to be empathetic and look at other people's ideas. I. Mean. It just is astounding how challenging that is today and I would say social media Kinda has a lot to do with that. Actually I would agree. I think it's very destructive in so many ways and I love that you were saying that because I makes me think of my dad that you never he always used to say that you never judge another person unless you've walked in their shoes like truly. Shoes, you don't have any way of really understanding them or or being apathetic. With someone unless you've suffered along with them and people do come into your life at different stages like you said, you know like after a divorce and you're the crazy person for a couple of years, right? Or something like that. You know after you've just. A. Oh No. You know it happens and you get a little crazy for a while because you're trying to sort your life out and it's it's it's difficult. It is difficult to navigate through this thing we call life at times and that's why I love the book, the art of persuasion so much because it it's it's just full of of knowledge it's full of just it's full of love really is what it's full of and how to be. Persuasive. No, it is so many great stories I love the BMW, is probably like my favorite story in the whole book, but you know to be persuasive. We have to understand another person's views right? Even if they differ from our own. So today our country it seems to be so divided and that seems to be it is it's more divided than ever. So why have we become such an US versus them society what's going on? You. Know I feel like it's because you know par part of it is is the political landscape is so you know left or right and that's a big part of it. I. Mentioned Social Media. Played a big part in the US versus them society I. Think they fake news you know you can. There's it's hard to know what the truth is because you can find anything that bent to the way that you think and then I don't know if you watch the social dilemma that movie but I I highly recommended for. Yeah. How highly recommended for your audience but it really talks about it's basically people that built the the social media tech industry sounding the alarm on their own creation, and it's about how they serve up in social media your served up. Like little hits of Dopamine. On things that you already know you already feel or you already think it's about getting addicted to the social media, the social media merry go round and just serving you up things that you already know or you already like or your interest or you're already know what you want to read or look at or see or digest, and so that is a big chasm in the in understanding empathy and the other side because you're. Just, getting.

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"jason harris" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast

One Life Radio Podcast

02:40 min | Last week

"jason harris" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast

"That vaccine they've been going down steadily since May yeah it's very scary time it is and. But are more and more parents speaking out about vaccine injury than a few years ago. Yes. Absolutely. So I think and I think that's a great concern and you can read about that in USA Today and you can read about it. You know the World Health Organization has called vaccine hesitancy is one of the top ten global health threats I think because more and more parents are speaking out and are saying I wanted to be my choice not the government's choice about what health interventions there are for my child. I think that really concerns the powers that want to see you know widespread compulsory vaccination. Gosh there's so many questions I want to ask you. Let's let's switch back to the lawsuits. Let me Let. Let's talk about what's going on in New York City with the measles vaccine mandate from two thousand dollars from last year. So you'll remember that before cova panic, there was measles panic and that was what allowed the New York state legislature to repeal the religious exemption. But before that happened in March of Twenty Nineteen in the Orthodox community in the Jewish community, there were particularly a number of people who had. Religious exemptions they didn't vaccinate and even though they had lawful religious exemptions The New York City help. He said we don't care if you have a religious exemption, we're going to find you and we're going to characterize you the public nuisance if you don't have a measles vaccine and so we push back against that and we lost that case at the trial court level. But that case is on appeal and I personally consider that to be a very important case particularly in the Cova context because we cannot have the. Law Characterizing somebody who's unvaccinated as a nuisance simply because they have made the choice I'm going to protect my body. Naturally. I'm not going to take toxic vaccine the only way to protect against this disease Well, I think still on appeal but we compare that you know many of these ones the measles vaccine, the flu mandates they're very important because they are the building blocks for what are going to be serious to mandate the Cova vaccines in the workplace in at the state level and at the school level. Wow. Oh, we could talk about this for hours. We really could. There's so much to talk about, but we've got to go to break but I hope you'll come back soon. It's always an honor and a pleasure to have you on the show. Mary you thank you so much. It's my pleasure. Bye Bye I write everyone and You can help children's health defense out by going there visiting their website. Let's Children's health defense. Dot Org will be right back with Jason Harris. Stay tuned everyone you're listening to one.

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"jason harris" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast

One Life Radio Podcast

07:14 min | Last week

"jason harris" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast

"To one life radio. This is Bernadette with junior junior and we are broadcasting live from Dallas Texas on Iheartmedia as well as KMT in southern California on ABC News Talk We. Have Jason Harris coming up at the half and we have Mary Holland continuing on with us if you're just now joining us mary. Holland serves as general counsel and vice. Chair of the Board Children's health defense she left the Faculty of The New York University School. Of Law where she served for seventeen years most recently directing its graduate lawyering program Mary. Received her masters of Arts and juris doctorate degrees from Columbia, university, and her undergraduate degree. From Harvard, she has worked in international public and private law, and you can find her at Children's health defense dot org. Today, we're talking about restoring children to to good health through the restore child health campaign at the Children's health defense. So tell us about the restore child health campaign Mary. Too So we you know we're dedicated to children's health, and so we started this campaign a few years ago to really explore some of the. Illnesses and conditions that are associated with vaccine. So we are looking at adhd and And sits and autism and. We think that education and acknowledgment is the first step, and then we're also involved in litigation to redress things, and then we seek to prevent it from happening again in the future a big a big place where this sort of started to go wrong that was in one thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, six, Congress passed the nineteen ninety-six. National Childhood Vaccine Injury Act, and what are the most important thing it did is it basically gave indemnification to the industry to the manufacturing of vaccine and also to the healthcare providers so they basically don't have any real concern. about what the downstream effects are, and if products can be mandated, an industry can have a role in that through giving campaign contributions and then there's no liability on the back end you know you're going to see an explosion of that revenue source and that's exactly what we've seen since nineteen eighty six. So we can trace this back very specifically explosion and childhood disabilities. It's a fourfold increase in the chronic conditions and in vaccines, and it's a correlation not causation but obviously, it's something that absolutely needs to be looked at because you point out. This is our future. This is the country's future. Well, there's no other industry in the world that gets that. Gets that. Ability and you're like what? It's like, what are we doing? I think people still don't really know that Bernadette and I think it's very important that we let people know that you know this is the only world where the product is mandated. It's made by a private corporation and neither the corporation nor the healthcare practitioner have any liability. The people who pay and it's rare is the government compensation program that nobody knows about and we can have a separate conversation about the compensation program and with even more distressing is that when if Cova D- vaccines are mandated in schools or even children's start getting them soon, they're going to have to go to an even more restrictive compensation program. Than One under the nineteen, eighty, six act and what we've recently learned from a Freedom of Information Act request is that only eight percent of the petitions for recovery were fulfilled. So people have to be aware that when they take a vaccine, they are taking a risk they're taking a risk, and if something goes wrong, the risk is really going to be there. There's nobody that's GonNa you know you're disabled if you can't go to work if you're paralyzed if you need to completely Redo your home, you're not going to be able to look to the manufacturer or the government for support. It's very scary and very, very, very reminiscent of Nazi. Germany like seriously. I don't know if you know there's I I have a dear friend who has a young child was in a concentration camp and she survived thankfully, but she recently gave a lecture. On the National Vaccine Information website and also Stanford Health Freedom about how we're living through right now reminds of Nazi Germany and she's speaking from personal experience. It's fear and propaganda that laid the groundwork for what happened in Nazi Germany and look at what we're living through. We're living through this propaganda barrage about Kobe and people are petrified for their lives right masks distancing you can't work non essential workers. We are living through this unbelievable propaganda fear exercise and somehow P there's no exit game except for compulsory vaccination at this point but there are so many viruses on the earth you know married there's there's millions and millions of them. I believe it's more than are stars up in the sky. So how can we possibly vaccinated ourselves against all of I couldn't agree with You more I'm just telling you what the propaganda I'm pointing out that in this propaganda narrative very explicitly the only endgame is vaccination vaccination isn't really an end in itself. It's really about social control. So I was just watching a video and Australia they're already talking about coming out with their quote unquote biosecurity passports you you won't be able to get on a plane you won't be able to travel unless you can present your bio security passport that talks about your vaccination status or your you know maybe you recovered but this is happening in real time. This is this is the lever that nation is the global lever for. A new kind of social control, it's like printing money and no liability. Exactly. Exactly. Right. How okay. So are you seeing more government entities taking notice or looking into vaccine injuries and a few years ago? No absolutely not to say, absolutely, not I think we're still facing a complete kind of wall denial. What I think is changed though Bernadette is because we now see this gold rush for making covert vaccines and there's global attention on them. What we're seeing is that these trials are having serious problems. People are having serious medical issues. So the the three of the the primary ones that are now in phase three trials five. Or Madonna and AstraZeneca they have all had to pause or stop because of injuries. So one was called you know multiple sclerosis one was called transfer later another one they haven't told us what went wrong but I think people are now becoming much more aware not the government agencies they're not saying this they're saying, Oh, this is normal and there's there's no problem but people are starting to say Oh wow you know they chose the healthiest people possible to go on these clinical trials and people are getting permanently or very seriously injured. I'm not sure I want to be in the first row of people to get these vaccines. And we're seeing the percentages of people who say, Oh, I WANNA get.

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"jason harris" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast

One Life Radio Podcast

06:58 min | Last week

"jason harris" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast

"Well as. In southern California on ABC News Talk How you doing junior did you have a good weekend doing great? Yes. I had an awesome weekend. It was so relaxing and Yeah, and even today was great I mean. I it's hard to make put me to Food I. Guess I always feel like I said the same thing when you asked me just always in a pretty good mood so Why because you have gratitude. For for the little things in life I do. I can be happy just sitting outside and enjoying any kind of weather. Weather Right now. I fire this morning. Yeah and just sat out there reading and drinking coffee and playing with my dog love. That sounds awesome. You know have eleven dogs but he's the only one that's on that side of the House. So because he's still I'm having you know, I'm just GonNa take my time mixing them up I've got the time to take my time with it. So I'm very fortunate to have a pretty big property and Rescue A. Of Animals something that is very dear to my heart anyone that listens to the show regularly and a children's advocacy is also very dear to my heart and our first guest today Mary I can't wait to introduce her she serves as a general counsel and Vice Chair of the board at the Children's defense she laughed the Faculty of The New York University School of law where she served for seventeen years most recently directing. Its graduate lawyering program. Mary received her masters of Arts and juris doctorate degrees from Columbia University and her undergraduate degree. From Harvard she has worked in international public and private law and is the CO author of the Book Vaccine Epidemic. The HP vaccine on trial seeking justice for a generation betrayed, you can find her at Children's health defense dot org. That's Children's health defense dot org always an honor to have Mary Holland on. The show, how are you doing today Mary? I'm great such a pleasure to be here in Ankara I always look forward when you're on the show I do because I know that the conversation is going to be extremely intelligent and very timely, and there's so much going on with the children's health defense right now, where do you WanNa Start? Do you want to start talking about the case against Facebook for censorship? What about? We sure sure. So we are involved in many litigation efforts. We can talk about sort of the general picture, but you know one of the most important things in any society is making sure that people have access to information and for children's health defense like for many other nonprofits reaching out to people through facebook has been a lifeline, its social media. Is really important to us on twitter and facebook to Graham and one of the things that's happened over the last year is that facebook has basically put warning labels on our scientifically proven information saying this is misinformation go to the CDC, and because facebook explicitly wrote in their warning labels that they were working directly with the CDC and the World Health Organization. In order to post these things on our website and to give true information they say about vaccine, we alleged that that really is sort of getting around the First Amendment that see that facebook is working directly with state actors with the government, and they're allowing the government to do through a private actor facebook what the government cannot do on its own. Through under the constitution. So that's one of the claims we also make other claims that they've they took away our donate button. So they really have harmed us They've taken away a property interest that we had even though they can. You know we agree it's a private company and they could not let us have their access to their platform at all. If they do give us access to their platform. They can't sort of deprive us of basic rights that they allow that they give to others and they can't do it for invidious reasons. So that's a major lawsuit that's going forward and we're involved in a number of things that we think ultimately their their purposes to protect child Health Bernadette and to hold actors accountable who are really harming children's health and to make sure that these things don't happen going forward but we are in very, you know very complex times right now for sure Well, you know it's funny the timing. So I love the book, the moth and the iron long it takes you you're very familiar with and I know you you. There's no way you couldn't be because it goes way back in the history of all the trustees that have gone on for many many hundreds of years really now. Of Children that are. All people really but children are more vulnerable because there's More vulnerable. and. Protected by protection and You know it is. It is a terrible reality Bernadette that we have allowed things to be done to children in terms of the vaccine program that we have not allowed for adults right so we are subjecting almost all children ninety nine percent of children in the United States have been vaccinated whereas when you get, there is an adult schedule we're supposed to be getting our tetanus shots every ten years. There's you know there's a variety of shots that are recommended for adults but generally speaking there's no mechanism for enforcement and the way that there is the mechanism of schools, and so we have really put a burden on children that we have not put on the Dulce, and now that Cova mandates are coming up very fast on us for adults and flew mandates much more frequently we're really starting to see. What we have been subjecting children. Well, can you give a few statistics on Children's health today? Yea, absolutely. So you know children's health is essentially in a crisis and unfortunately our health agencies really don't talk about this in the way that they should but according to government statistics fifty, four, fifty, four percent of American kids have some kind of chronic condition i. mean that's more than half clearly something is wrong but you know thirteen percent of American kids are in special ed one in six has some kind of a developmental disorders such as autism million suffer from allergies about eleven percent have adhd. Kids are being diagnosed more frequently with cancer. The real number for autism is somewhere between one and thirty two and one in fifty, nine There's an epidemic of autoimmune diseases and allergies, and some of them are life threatening, and then there's sort of the the snowflake phenomenon right for young adults they have their prone to anxiety very fragile. There needs to be you know warning labels on things and then we have A. Much higher rate of sudden infant death syndrome. We have a much higher rate of deaths among infants before one year of age that almost any other country in the developed world. There's something really wrong and one of the most disturbing things is that you know the the Centers for Disease Control Health and Human Services they're not even talking about the crisis in.

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"jason harris" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

Piecing It Together Podcast

03:02 min | 2 months ago

"jason harris" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

"Movie you're on facebook and instagram awesome movie pod On twitter Jason Harris comedy on facebook and Instagram Jay Harris comedy on Twitter Gopher Jason on the web and on letterbox. But yeah, I I'm really proud of Austin movie year and. A good. Good. Good. All right. Very good job producing. Well thank you Jason for that. Wonderful wonderful compliment and thanks for being here and I'm I'm looking forward to another trailer episode with you in a couple of weeks from now already got the movies picked out. So I'll be sending you that list that's exciting and we should say we've watched two of them from our last trailer episode you might have watched more right? I just watched project power yesterday and you watch tax collector, right? Tax Collector we just did an episode on, which is an absolutely terrible news. So that's we did what? Six trailers. Yes and four you've seen four they've all been very bad. Yet, this isn't been the best month. Still an awesome movie year but not an awesome movie month I should say. We I used to go here not very bad but just not good, right? Yeah exactly. It's a very average movie, but it was enjoyable though definitely enjoyable not worth episode but an enjoyable movie if you're if you want to. If, you want to of I don't know maybe not there are some laziness and that script to. Yeah you're Komi in both of those movies and I don't know the worth of either of his characters. He's kind of A. Especially, I used to go here I'm like what what is happening with your character this one. Well let's keep high hopes for Tesla and we'll see what comes up next. Well, thanks Jason for being here as always in L. Talk to you soon. Cool to have.

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"jason harris" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

Piecing It Together Podcast

07:46 min | 3 months ago

"jason harris" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

"If wasting time talking about pop culture is your thing. We have movies. I had a really a soft spot in my heart for Batman Forever Music Lunigiana Age Oh. Yeah, guess with considering putting the stone cold stunner in there. You can check it out. There's sixty four names they get voted on by the masses until there's only one name standing and Schwarzenegger movies. will be just five cats. That's the number five tasks and we'll see a real soon. Take Five. All right so I hope you enjoyed that conversation about palm springs. If you haven't seen it yet, definitely, go check it out. It is a very fun movie and thank you to Jason Harris for being here. Like I said at the top of the show, awesome movie about to enter its fifth season, moving backwards to the year nineteen, seventy, seven, kicking it off with the biggest box office of the year. Which of course is the original star? Wars, it's a fun episode. It's it's hard to. Find new things to talk about with Star Wars, but I think the guys did a really good job I. think it's a really great episode, so check that out and also check out the page on that I mentioned. We've got to bonus awesome movie or episodes, which will eventually hit the main feed, but for now they're going to be exclusive over on Patriot on until we decide to put those up for everyone else and we're planning. Planning on recording more page on exclusive content soon for awesome movie or four, piecing it together, and for all rice, no beans, which is back, you know things are still a little crazy. In the world of the entire world of everything going on in the world, and who knows what's going to happen with restaurants and everything, but restaurants are generally back open with various degrees of social distancing, and all that and now that. That things are kind of back to a semi semi normal. We have been able to bring all rice. No beans back at checkout new episodes of all race new beans out now, and we're hoping to just keep that going as long as we can. So check out all rice, no beans checkout us. Movie Air while you're at it also on the all points West, network checkout, Bird Road and entry dose lots of podcasts at checkout. Checkout and quick plug over on the Patriot on I recently released an exclusive new album of my music is a bunch of bonus tracks from the album beater, which is my most recent album, which is a compilation of music. I've done for films. So this is some extra tracks. It's already at thirty six track album, says another ten which felt like a bit much for one album, so I saved them for the Patriots on. So you can get those by being a patron or check out the main beater album over on spotify I tunes any of those places, and as always thanks so much for the support. You can follow us on social media at piecing. Pied joined the facebook group Popcorn and puzzle pieces. Check out all the rest of my music on spotify I tunes and all. All that stuff, and if you ever want to join me for an episode of piecing it together, get in touch I would love to have you on the show. Plenty of movies on the way that are going gonNA need to be covered I'm always looking for new people so. Let's close this thing out with a piece of my music as I always do. And I was going to play something from that beater bonus tracks, but to be honest all the stuff that cuts kind of kind of Downer dark stuff, and that doesn't really fit for a movie like Palm Springs so instead. I'm going to go back to my I, Adam. Dark and play a track. Two Thousand Years S.'s a lot more upbeat. Let's 'cause it out with thousand years, and we'll be back more to get together coming up real soon. A. Pause. Off Points West production produced by David, Rosen in Las Vegas..

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"jason harris" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

Piecing It Together Podcast

08:41 min | 3 months ago

"jason harris" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

"About Palm Springs who? Oh right joining me today. Come back to the show I know for him. It feels like it's been forever. It's our good Buddy Jason Harris from awesome movie, or how's it going? Hey, dave, doing fine. Guys just chill out. I know you're sending a lot of hate mail. Dave for not having on, but but he's trying you know. Let's give them a chance. So how are you sit up email filters to block it all out because otherwise I wouldn't be missing my mailing lists. I'm doing all right I'm doing good. I am excited to talk about this movie. I think it's going to be a really fun to talk about. Palm Springs a a lonely island. Classics Feature One of the many classics from the island probably. You Know I. do like this lonely island classics. Maybe we'll, we'll move more into that realm of weird strange indies, and maybe you have some other lonely island. Pictures on your list here I. Don't know for your your puzzle pieces Dave possibly I guess we'll see as we get into, but you know before we start getting into pieces, I do want to ask you I've been asking my guests lately it's. It's kind of a new thing. What made them want to cover this one with me, I? Obviously, it's being a comedy. I know your big comedy guy? Is that the main thing that stood out with you for this one is being lonely island and all that I don't think it was that I think it comedies, part of it but I do like this like resurgence of Rom coms or seeing on streamers. I know Dave how we all we all know how you feel about the streamers, but look romantic comedies at a more. Let's say not even an independent level, but at a lower budget level even in mainstream seems to have died a few years ago and then major comebacks with Hulu and Netflix and I'm so glad there's John. revived because I think that's where stuff that we grew up with stuff like bef- before sunrise stuff like that that that means so much to our development is movie fans. That's where these things would live now so. I'm I'm really excited that? This genre has really kind of exploded on the streamers. I think that makes a lot of sense. Yeah, while I'M NOT GONNA. Get into the fact that I think the majority of the romantic comedies on streaming I've seen. Have you know left a little bit to be desired? Still? This is one of the good ones foreshore and. I think get into some puzzle pieces and we might as well just to get it out of the way. Let's just go with the groundhogs day and. Talk about that for a second. That's the end of my list. Okay, we're done finished. scrounge deep of all the time loop movies. Probably is the best one like you know. A lot of people consider it a perfect movie. Scripts did whole breakdown on it. If you ever listen to that podcast, which is a great for screenwriters but yeah, I mean that's Bill Murray at his best right, and just reliving that day, and all the things that come with it, and you know when he has the knowledge that he's going to be reliving the day the way he replays. Ahead Dade Ryerson. Classic. Is that stuff? Yeah, no, it's it's. It's the best of the genre right I mean that's. The ideal time loop comedy and I mean I watched it again a few years ago and it's still holds up. It's great. It's unavoidable to talk about when you're talking about any time loop movie like really like Whether whether the movie leans into the comedy, the Romance, the horror or whatever it is, that's always gonNA. Come up in one of these kind of movies because it really did just kind of I. Don't know if it came up with that. I'm sure there's probably something that preceded it, but it certainly perfected it if it didn't come up with on its own. On my pieces. I have an older film that I don't even know if you've ever seen, but it's. It's more time travel than time loop, but yes I agree with you. That groundhog is the ideal time loop movie, and and honestly like. Just awesome comedy movie. It's a great deal. The Absolute Alzheimer for sure if we ever get to ninety three on. Awesome movie. I'm sure we'll be doing it. I think so I think that would be one even if we didn't have any I mean that might be your personal or minor, whoever, but that would be one that like? We did in one, thousand, nine, hundred nine, and we kind of Said Hey, are we missing anything seminal from the year? And we and we said do the right thing. We have to cover I. think that's how much groundhog day means to the comedy genre. For sure well, what? What do you got for your next puzzle piece I? Mean since I already alluded to let me go with a nineteen sixty two French film. That wasn't really feature, but wasn't necessarily a short. It's Kinda in between. If. You've studied film history. You might have seen it in class or whatever, but it's a seminal film in regards to filmmaking Christopher Markers Lajja Tae. You've seen twelve monkeys. That's what twelve monkeys based on and I think it's I want to even call it pro French new wave like right before the French wave broke big, but it's dislike very dark, bleak desolate. Apocalyptic Tale after World War three, and like the government is trying to work on time travel, and they send this prisoner back and forth throughout time, and he has a romance in the past, and then they're gonNA. Kill him in the present and the future. People say they're going to save them like. There are all these kind of interesting pieces that go along with it. It's an amazing movie, and it's all stills and narrated over stills, but But yeah like you know the the way that Palm Springs without. Spoiling it you, you might see some creatures from the past in there. You know and everything and. They talk about the quantum physics of if of time travel, and and how one would escape it so I i. don't think you could talk about any time. Travel movies without without going all the way back to Lajja Tae. Guessing, you haven't seen it I have not seen it. No, it sounds much heavier in terms. To say the least, but but yeah, it sounds like it like that. That's where it came from the time. Travel the time loop kind of kind of idea. Yeah, it's heavy. It's definitely not a ROM COM buddy, but there is there are romantic elements in there, and it's just an amazing film, and like I haven't looked up what it's available on, but. It's totally I highly recommend it. Well, I, only have one other time loop movie on my list. Otherwise I was going to shy away from loop movies I did want to bring up happy death day to you specifically the sequel because and you know spoiler for everything we talk about on this show. We will be getting into spoilers, but in order to to escape the loop are our main character in this movie Sarah she ends. Ends up using her time her unlimited time to learn physics and come up with a plan to get out of the loop, and that is kind of what happens in happy. Did they to you as well where our main character decides to go on a big studying montage to learn physics and figure out some kind of plan I mean if you're gonNA, steal steal from the best baby. I never saw happy. But I know it's Scott I know people like it so. I guess there are how many other ways can you break a time loop right there? Yeah, in this movie like you said You talked about groundhog's Day. You have to live the perfect day or What is it so yeah, you're going to be re repeating tropes in their exactly. There's no way to escape it you either. It's one of the other really when it comes down to it. But what do you have your next piece? Okay, Dave I'm surprised. This isn't on your list because I know you're such a fan of his, but. Ryan Johnson's looper. I considered including it, but I did not, but absolutely one of the great looping movies and I think that's why. I put it on their, not necessarily because it reminded me. Anything, you know other than time cop which Jean Claude van Damme, but. which is not on the list, but should be on every list for any type of movie, but no, I put loop around there because of all the time movies. In, the last decade..

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"jason harris" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast

One Life Radio Podcast

02:31 min | 4 months ago

"jason harris" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast

"Southern California on. ABC News Talk How you doing today. When although did you have a good fathers, day? Did I'm doing great. It's my first father as a matter of fact. I'm sorry. Okay so if I'm not being too nosy. What what? What is your wife Brittany do for you for father's Day. Well, she got me what I wanted. I wanted a a drill. Black, and decker drill. Drew. I love it. And would you? You're in pretty much. We said back in. Did nothing pretty much? Every day at does on Father's Day, you know. Yeah well the reason I'm laughing so hard is because we've got We've got Jason Harris coming up on the show today and Autumn Conley I'm GonNa Issues Her introducer and just a second, but he's the author of the art of persuasion and I'm so excited to have him on the show I'm actually quite honored but I was GonNa tell him. My Dixon drill joke Have you ever heard me say it remember? I have you ever. You've never heard me how? My dixie drilled a joke. Okay, so there's a new liquid Viagra and now you can go home and pour yourself a stiff one. And and the pharmaceutical name of it. Is My Dixon drill. Delivering. US that a playboy. Twenty years ago and my favorite joke and and I always crack myself up and I've never stopped laughing about it, but you know one of the things that Jason is a master at is the master or the art of storytelling, and so I'm not the best storyteller because I got I let little details like trip me up, but I in his as well as stories like a joke so I was thinking maybe. Maybe I might tell him that joke, but we'll see I don't know if I have the guts to do it well, we'll see how the how the show goes, but you know. I always love having autumn Conley on on the line with us. She lives in the Sky Islands of Arizona with her three kiddos animal babies. She is the creator of and Ville Traditional Healing I've got actually her plant based keep. Keep keeper. Starter Kit right here in my hand. Because I intended to do it this weekend, but I didn't get to it yet, but I'm going to. I didn't have the right jars, so I gotTA. I gotta get the right jars before I do it, but you know she is a issue like I said. She's the creator of this product and bill traditional healing, and it's a company dedicated to restoring microbiome health. Health, through diet, you can follow her on Instagram at and Ville traditional healing, and autumn is also a dear friend and a self-talk Vegan Chef, a serial Gardner and an avid believer in and.

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"jason harris" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

Piecing It Together Podcast

10:04 min | 6 months ago

"jason harris" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

"And a lot of that. Our friendship based in so. Yeah that that I just wanted to bring that up again because I champion that film whenever I can. It makes sense speaking of Fort. Tilden a movie. That I'm pretty sure was uses a puzzle piece on the episode. Never going back which is quite different but I mean it still has a very you know fun very real feeling kind of relationship at the middle of millennial women yeah I think so and then I know. They're on my list which which I haven't watched but our Josh told us about his This little weird French Canadian movie called. Slut in a good way which is again about three young women and their relationships and it's probably everything that yoga hoses should have been. But as we all know Kevin Smith can be good movies anymore. I think when we start talking about Yoga hosmer's that's the time to wrap it up So let's do the finished puzzle. Then we'll get into any closing thoughts. The finished puzzle for Banana. Split includes book smart of course as well super bad up ghost world. Girls Rushmore Ingrid Goes West. Romeo Michele's high school reunion. I love you. Man in the company of men blockers Fort Tilden Search Party and never going back at all those in there as well so I think we pretty much covered it. Do you have any like closing thoughts about the movie that you WanNa do. up there. I think this is one. That's gone under the radar. Should've been a bigger hit. But I mean I get it. They're not big stars or whatnot. I don't know why it hasn't gotten more acclaimed but I These are the Fun Hidden. Gems. You can find. You know that are worth seeking out. Yeah and and I would just add onto that and I don't WanNa pile on our our book smart criticism which everybody knows much to the two of US didn't like it but I really feel like this is the movie that should have gotten all the buzz. You know the zoo a better such a better movie funnier movie and great performances and I hope I hope people who apparently loved books Marcus. There's a lot of people out there who did Will seek this movie out because it is definitely something to watch. It's it's great. So Jason Do you have another movie you watch recently? You'd like to Recommend Orleans give you. I'll give you some. I got some that. I watched recently. That like I think is so below the radar and I was just like it's so good and not in the way that you expect. Hey how do you feel about Super Troopers Dave? I love super troopers cool so broken lizard. That's how most people know or came to know of the broken Lizard Comedy Troupe members. You're yeah have you ever seen the movie they made before that I own it and have never watched it gave? I watched puddle cruiser about a week ago. And it's not as broad or Wacky as what we've come to expect from the broken Lizard's troop but it it's one of these really good ninety s college movies that are based in reality but also funny. What a delightful little bill I taught i. It's great I maybe I have to finally frigging watch this movie. It's it's sitting on my shelf and just never around to it. So that's going to have had let me know what you think but. I think you know we all want to be completed. Sir of our major figures. GotTa Watch every Scorsese every Al Spike Lee and and every broken Lizard's movie but yeah I think this is This this is a really good piece. They did a really good job. And you know not all of it Works perfectly but you can see that. The talents there for What the future held for them for sure. Sure well right on man. Why don't you tell some people about awesome movie year? And what else you got going on. Yeah if you haven't heard as we've mentioned I guess he's like our I mean really. We've given him too. Many shouts on this show already but film critic Josh Bell Myself and Dave produces it also is a valuable member of the conversation each season we break down a year as to why it was an awesome movie year. We are currently in season four. We've already completed nine hundred ninety. Four two thousand seven nine hundred eighty nine in our in nineteen ninety-six and each episode focuses on a different film and a different like categorization of the that from so. We all always do the best picture winner. You know. We'll always choose a box office bomb or a foreign film And And will always choose like a cult classic so some of them like our picked for us like you know the bags. Best Picture. You know big box office. Hit that some of them. We each have a personal choice in their The cult classics Become Very Fun. As anyone who listened to gleaming the cube can tell you we disagree on a lot of things which I think is important. Absolutely yeah now. I'm having a great time with this new season of it and and I even get my own pick nowadays. Don't I earned buddy? We're glad we're glad so I WOULD. I would say We would love that feedback on it and we're happy with how it's growing and we appreciate that. So that's our other little venture here right What about your Comedy STUFF. What do you got going on their them in? Quarantine Dave. I'm actually I don't even know if I should say I as you know where. I'm trying to write a movie that we could film all in quarantine which is was the toughest idea that I can think of. And now we're seeing good pieces of art come out in quarantine with SNL and the parks and Rec Special. The other night so yeah. I don't know I don't know I just don't have any real interested doing these like zoom shows but I might do one this weekend just to just to check it off the lists. Yeah right you gotta it's gotTa be done. You joined tick Tock So. That's now joined to talk dirty lie. That's a lie okay. Well thanks as always for doing the show and we will. We will get you back for a missing pieces soon for sure. Sounds good Although I'm not on top of you still follow my Line Josh. Bell. I'm Jason Harris. Hey Josh we're friends in real life but we're also co host on this new. Podcast called awesome movie year where we take a look back at an awesome year for movies and do a deep dive looking at movies including the best picture winner. The biggest movie at the box office future cult classics and more including the biggest flop. And this season we're doing nine hundred ninety four. You can find US wherever you get your podcast. That could be apple. Podcast stitcher or spotify. We're all over the web as well awesome movie. You're on all the social and awesome movie. Your dot com so please like US subscribe and five Star Rating. Because we love you. I hope you enjoyed that conversation about banana. Split and I hope you went and watched banana split because like I said is a great movie and a little under the radar. Probably should've mentioned in the The intro that this is not the banana splits that wikileaks horror movie with the Classic Canada. Barrick characters but That's another interesting movie. Didn't like it quite as much as banana. Split but It's kind of fun so that does it for today and as always wonder reminds you. Please make sure you're subscribe to piecing it together on your podcast APP of choice. You can rate and review us on Apple podcasts or Pod chaser follow us on social media at Piecing pod and join our facebook group popcorn and puzzle pieces where we continue the conversation about all these movies and a whole lot. More so That does it for this week. We got these two great episodes. But we have a bunch. More coming your way There some episodes that have been sitting in our Patriot on for a while there about finally hit the main feed greed and also Gretel in Hansel but aside from those we also have a whole lot of other episodes including more Missing pieces episodes and more regular piecing it together episodes so lots coming your way in the coming weeks so thank you for listening. Also make sure to check out awesome movie air. We are in the middle of season four and lots of great stuff happening over there too so make sure to check it out. So that does it. I'm GONNA leave you guys with a piece of music and you know what I'm GonNa play you something from my most recent album. It's called beater original motion picture. Soundtrack just came out a couple months ago. And this. If you haven't heard about it before is a collection of music from films that I have done the score for All from the same production company Free your mind films. Same Director Chris Johnson and the track. I'M GONNA play. You is called my love which was from a film called to cherish the time and so Yeah this is Piece from a film which is also from this album. Peter Original motion picture soundtrack which is available on I tunes as well as the Stream on spotify and all those Digital Music services out there so enjoy. It should go check out the rest of the album. If you like it and we'll be back with more piecing it together next week.

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"jason harris" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

Piecing It Together Podcast

14:36 min | 9 months ago

"jason harris" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

"Joe Rabbit All right today with this. We got Jason Harris again from awesome movie year. How's it going Jay's Doing well thank you to all the listeners who have been blowing dave up on all the forms of social media requesting demanding that. I come back to piecing together. That's true that's been happening like so much. You just you have no idea you joke. But it's true. Is it a movement or a revolution little of each Today we are talking about Joe Joe Rabbit from tyco at his name. Tyco TYCO yeah take. Td Yeah so Jason. Were you a big fan of this Guy Tiger? Have you seen a lot of his movies before or no? I just recently saw hunt for the wilder people in Love de movies. Amazing Yeah boy is. Incredible movie never saw boy. It's really really good. Those are the two that Kinda. Yeah that got me on the tiger train. What's funny is to most popular. Movies would be the door movie. Sure which I did not like I like that. What what we do in shadows which I also did not like which I still have not seen actually so that. What did we miss? Maybe one of his yeah. Oh Eagle River Shark. Yeah I saw that million years ago. Don't really remember it too. Well Yeah I do like them. I mean you know as we'll get into one of the pieces. He is very reminiscent of another filmmaker. I like Seattle. Say I think I know where that's going so one other thing before we get into some puzzle pieces? You are Jewish right. I am yeah. I've always thought so as a Jew. How did you feel going into this one? I mean there is some like stupid controversy about this. I never really thought there was any real controversy. I thought it was one of those. Kinda just Internet things that you Kinda fell. Yeah I don't worry about that I think you should. That's like saying like I mean you you once you put limits on comedy you've already ruined it. Yeah can't you have to let it play out? And if the comedy works then great and if not then you can be like. Oh what a stupid idea right. And it's not like this is the first time Nazis been joked about especially by Jews. You know and that's another one of my puzzle. Pieces me too. We're GONNA have some crossover. Yes I think you should be able to joke about everything making Hitler. A sentimental imaginary best friend is tough but The way that Joe went on his journey I think was pretty effective to learn that sucks. Yeah which is an important lesson. Do we get in puzzle pieces. What do you got for your first one? My first puzzle piece is Leni. Riefenstahl's Nazi propaganda film. No that's not true. I was looking all the way back to their back to the thirties. To some good old Nazi propaganda. And I'm not going to do my first puzzle pieces every wes Anderson movie ever made but we can just say moves Moon Rise Kingdom. Because that's the one about two kids on an adventure in the Wilderness and whatnot but tiga definitely loves his framing like Wes Anderson or is pacing his giant. Slo Mo set pieces to some cool music like wes Anderson's quirkiness. Yeah so I'm going to go moon rise kingdom which is one of my favorite movies and this is a good movie. This is not one of my favorite movies. Sure and I. I think we might have talked about this before I did not really love Moon Rise Kingdom. I think part of it comes from a kind of boring childhood. I just sat around and played video games mostly and did not have these kinds of adventures and stuff like that and so I guess I don't relate to it maybe that's always kind of what I thought though I don't I don't do whimsey. I guess yeah I don't know but I do love was Anderson and I totally see the influence. I mean Taika definitely seems to love some Wes Anderson style stuff going on also another one to add to that list is the the foreign covers of a classic POPs and David Bowie in this case. Yes and the Beatles. Yeah actually one of my I again. You just said that you liked this movie. Didn't love it. I also liked it in love it. Maybe my favorite part was opening it with the Beatles. Cover to Hitler montage. Does that was pretty hilarious. What started off on the right foot going on? It was definitely like insane right off the bat and you know moon rise when we talk about that you know he goes Joe. Joe Rabbit goes on this little Excursion with the Nazi youth into the woods. An adventurous weekend. And that's what that kind of reminded me of these Scout troops off on their trips their adventures in the wilderness. And why not? Yeah I was trying to think of some good examples. I don't know maybe through other puzzle pieces or might be one. But but especially Sam Rockwell's character is such like just like a goofy scout leader guy and I mean definitely moon rise kingdom fits the bill and that is very good. Yeah yeah a scout leader so the so we have to think of wacky scout leaders. They're they're out there. There's so many in history and I was just like drawn a blank. Outside of mooner asking I kept going back to that. Trying to think of it Volunteers Tom Hanks and John Candy maybe right. I don't know maybe I will go for my first puzzle piece with that the other one that we were kind of hinting at the beginning there. I'm assuming for you is the producers. I you could have done that. You could have done blazing saddles you. History of the world. Any Mel Brooks movie I think and the producers obviously make sense because of springtime frailer and the entire musical based around Nazis and everything. But I think nobody has done a better job of deflating the Nazis with satire than Mel Brooks. Yeah I completely agree I mean you just you put it perfectly. Just their you know deflating the Nazis. I mean really. I think that made such a joke out of what you know what the Nazis are and. I think that it would be nice if this movie did it more too. I mean his whole you know silly Hitler thing is you know it's fun. I in moments and then the other Nazis involved or also Kinda you know goofy and everything but nothing really bites as hard as you know what Mel Brooks did so long ago. Yeah I agree. I don't think there is effective as a parody is the The Mel Brooks stuff. Yeah I'd have to go back and watch the original producers again but those musical numbers were just like amazing. That actually make a good movie for us a movie. I think whenever we get to that ear. What year was the nineteen seventies? Maybe sixty nine or something. Yeah well the ID. Internet's yeah. I I don't do that for your show. Don't do it for my show for your next. Did a blazing saddles. So I'M GONNA move on to a little little lost gem from the nineties. I believe little film called. Drop Dead Fred. Remember that movie. We got three overlaps. Wow chose that is because it was started as a child with a very cartoonish imaginary. Best friend And tyke is Take on Adolf Hitler was cartoonish is well by the way quick. I Dave you know. I got a good amount of Hitler jokes in my repertoire. My Act they never really go well on our people forgetting Hitler was once I came off stage and I did the jokes and they bombed it in another commuting goes all you should have told them you were Jewish. I because only Jews can be mad at Hitler. That's right the rest. I mean you know the rest of the people like. Oh yeah man. That's too far. You took it to that guy. Tried to destroy the entire world. Shame on you makes me think that whole thing about history clasping important because if we forget history or doomed to repeat it like that that's really true because maybe people are forgetting about Hilter. It'd be like if we elected a president who a white supremacist. We would never do. That would never happen only in the movies. Yeah so but yeah. But I mean there's There's a cadre of movies that That have good fund imaginary. Best Friends. You can name another instead of drop dead Fred. Oh boy well. What isn't it? Well you know I was almost going to say bill. Cosby's not really an imaginary best friend who just kind of the same kind of wacky. You know But yeah I mean th there are plenty Dr- drop dead. Fred was the one that I went to immediately. When thinking about what are some good imaginary best friends and especially with this specific tone that he plays as. Yeah I. You know what I'm thinking of right now is inside out. The great animated movie where You know they have Mr Bing. Bong is the the girl's best friend as a little kid and that's right. I forgot about that. Let him go and he has and he wants her to let him go. And you know as opposed to Hitler who is trying to keep hold of Little Joe Joe here yeah even even Even Fun Hitler's Bad Hepburn. That's true that is true. Well I'll go with another puzzle piece in. This was the first one that I thought of back when I first saw the trailer. It for the most part. I still think it although I think a little bit less than what I kind of expected the movie to end up being and that South Park actually just the whole series you could if you want to stick to a movie and go to the bigger longer uncut movie but you know basically just the political satire just going over the top with a potentially offensive concept and then just you know hiding a really sweet story of kids in the middle of that kind of concept. I think again. South South Park's way more effective satire and read than team America. You could say sure you know 'cause they really don't hold back any punches. I'm not saying that this movie does. I'm just saying that this movie doesn't have the range the punching range of those movies and so I think those are more effective absolutely. Yeah and I. I do like though to me this movie and I I don't I don't think this is a bad thing necessarily but I went in expecting it to be really funny and it's funny in parts but I actually liked it more on the sweet side like when you're getting the relationship between Jo jo and the Jewish girl had an upstairs and stuff between him and his friends and stuff like that. I I really enjoyed that more in this movie and I just was South Park. There's always that undercurrent of you know. Just a sweet friendship thing going on. Yeah I think the most effective comedy was probably Joe. Joe's portly best friend was like a little eleven year old who gets recruited into the war as a soldier and he talks about how bad life is and how Hitler turns out he was a real bad guy who didn't tell us a lot of these things that he believed in and he was quite funny. That kid is a very Jewish character. you know as we know from boy and hunt for the wilder people take us good with those fat boys boys to well. Yeah I have a feeling. We'll see more of those in the future for maybe even the next ormeau any more and more things. Dave used to be Chubby jet. Now he's a charter member of his. Jim I'm still if that's what do you got for your next. I have a movie that when you were talking about. Was there controversy. Because they were making light of the Nazis right. I thought back to an excellent movie. Life is beautiful. Remember beneath won the Oscar. For Best Actor you know and I remember my grandparents who like I. They were movie lovers. They were very progressive. My grandfather was a comedian for sixty years. Very funny good humor. People I asked him alive is beautiful is one of the great touching movies I've ever seen in my life. I shore is. Did you guys like the movie? And they said we walked out. I said why is it? Well we don't think the Holocaust is something joke about. You know or wasn't funny to them but I can understand that because they grew up as while it was going on as Jews here in Brooklyn and dealt with a lot of anti-semitism. She's so life is beautiful. I think is a more effective comedy about World War. Two and Nazism than this movie is sure. Well yeah I mean I guess if anybody is going to be offended it's the generation actually went through it like physically went through it was. I found it funny that they had walked out on this movie. Raising was such a redeeming heartfelt story about the human spirit and that evil couldn't overcome the human spirit. Yeah no absolutely well. Yeah good puzzle piece for sure on. I have guess one more. We had a lot of overlap on this one so My last one. Another movie You know with a quote unquote creature. That's hiding in the house Set AMONGST BACKDROP OF WAR It's Pan's labyrinth. With of course the creatures under the house being the Jewish girl living upstairs in the walls of the House. Which of course is quite different. But it did you bitch. I'm allowed to make that connection..

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"jason harris" Discussed on The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

05:16 min | 1 year ago

"jason harris" Discussed on The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

"It's not skill hunting. It's like shortcuts right hacked to do it a little bit its effective and then then there's the idea of sort of more and more and more like just work until you grind it out on your successful which like I mean if you don't have a good idea. more and more and more is going to not do anything yeah and so the skill hunting SORTA lies in the middle of those which is you be really really great at a few things and then every couple years add like a new tool to the tool belt as you would describe it. Keep trying to look at skills and don't get a little hobby is like not important. Look at it as like dive deep into learn a passion like learn something really really well and that's a skill you've developed and then move on from there but don't try to do like two things at once. One year gathered these skills and that over time what does hill mastering more skills do for your persuasive is waste of abilities. Well I think first of all you have to be really really good at like two three. You have to master some skills then you can go find signed other skills but you have to really really really master some skills. There's a study recently about the most trusted person in America and it's. Tom Hanks really and I mean. He's an amazing guy who doesn't like that but who knows what kind of guy is but he seems to be very a trusting well the reason why is like he's one of the best actors ever like he he's. He's crafted his skill so that you trust him. It's why celebrity celebrity endorsements work. You know why you sell products with celebrities because they're so skill day. You're like well if they're hock in this product. I trust that they're trustworthy for the people because they've mastered the skill interesting so mastering skill. I think is is really critical to success and not trying to jump into into a gazillion things but really master two or three things and then add layer on skills after that yeah so I mean you did that with of course sports so that you that's cool so skill hunting. Mastering skills will make you more persuasive because people trust based on your skills. That is your more credible that you're more credible and trustworthy because hard working that you're consistent. You're committed you'll be you've been able to learn something and be excellent at it. Br and not just proficient but excellent and then the personal. Jesus part is adding purpose. What is your give back. What are you doing in the world. That's not just for profit or for Ego knows a lot of ego. out there and so what is the purpose peace and and how do you look at your skills and match it up with giving back so for you you know pencils of promise is something that you're really passionate. Senate about and so it's really lining you know there's an exercise in there have like whether two or three things you really skilled at what what are two or three things you care about in the world and if you stare at those two lists long enough you'll come up with an idea of how to combine those. It's why you know from an bad guy. I'm a I'm a madman right like I said advertising. I'm super skilled at that is why we took those skills to fight sexual Salton. I didn't I created a group called the creative alliance ninety companies that do social good pro bono work those are taking the skills of advertising. You wouldn't think advertising advertising where we're trying to sell products and services for profit could do good but anyone can take whatever skills they have and figure out a way to apply them. I'm going to make the world a better place and that makes you a more persuasive person. That's interesting wellman yeah cool. It's exciting the soul for art of up persuasion not just the art of persuasion. The sulfur aren't the eleven habits that will make anyone a master influence her. What's something people can do today that? ATK can make them more influential right after this into this whether they get your book can dive into all the exercises and everything or not what something can do right now to make them more influential like the like the first easy thing easiest thing that's just something they can do and the next hour where they meet the next person they talked to what something they can do differently than they don't normally do. I think the idea of not looking switching the mindset of transactional thinking is a number one quickest way and thinking about it as long the long-term viewpoint that sort of the number one thing. I would say you could do right away and anyone can do that. That's what it's a really easy thing to do so. NBC never be closing closing yeah but eventually you gotta close. Let Your Business or to get the the partner you want. You've got to ask for something right yeah. Of course you can ask you can pull not push you know that sort of the the big difference yeah. You can pull them towards you not push. I like this. I like this so they get the book an Amazon Barnes and noble. You guys have.

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"jason harris" Discussed on The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

12:42 min | 1 year ago

"jason harris" Discussed on The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

"Yeah you'll if you respect them and see them as peers. That's what is going to level you up interesting. I heard these stories about about how Steve Jobs was disrespectful to a lot of his product developers that he'd length throw the phone back in their face or whatever you know talk bad about people but maybe that's just one one all times but maybe he also had a level of respect for them somehow some way some other way or maybe he was that one in a million that was such a freaky genius or we we had other other habits check followed him because you're like. I dude. He's amazing. He's a he's got. He's Got a vision putting it out there and he's getting persuasive and other ways. He was an original though he wasn't resin original for sure. He wasn't original okay so we got generous. One of the key habits gave yourself away the Polo positively acitivity. What does that mean so. The pull positively is is just simply There's a lot of different ways you can take persuasion and I cover cover that sort of covers. There's negative persuasion which are also really affects persuasion base persuasion like my old football coach in high school. Go or something that was just like screamed at you. If you drop the ball like he did that was affect. I mean in some ways it it may be work hard but Maimi constantly stressed and I don't think you want that out of the people around you. You don't want them to be feeling fearful and stressed by your level of persuasion. You don't do do this then. I'm going to scream at you more yeah yeah and so it just sort of studies like the impact of negative or positive persuasion wages and how positive persuasion wins out in the long run negative persuasion can certainly have its benefits and be effective. You sit in politics cruising raising that mean. That's all it is crazy. That's all it is just fear based attacks. Yeah there was a nineteen sixty four Lyndon Johnson added. I like campaign ads like that that was called daisy and it shows chose a girl in a field picking picking daisies than a nuclear bomb goes off and then the screen fades to black and it's basically like the world's ending like if I don't vote for this dude in all my God my you know my family's GonNa blow up in a nuclear war you crazy. That's negative persuasion effective it works it works because that's fair base us and this just argues that the opposite is more productive for society more sustainable more healthy cash politics. It seems like it's gotten a lot worse for people win based on those fear based tactics they do. I mean I feel like Obama one based on positively he did an image an ideal all of something greater that is why he right he he broke through because he wasn't going to get down to that level and I mean look how from there to to where we are right. The pendulum has swung so far. Maybe it's always outside named bully bully name-calling crazy here. I know it doesn't seem productive but that's just me so you got the original. He got the generous giving mentality. When we give of our time of our energy you are listening of our respect. It doesn't have to be constantly giving gifts that can be just our connection could be generous with our listening. That's right time nine advice. connections compliments that you think of but you don't say you know you're. You're like oh I should then you. Don't don't you know like give those messages out there like that. Positively off. That'll make you make you more persuasive and then empathetic wise empathetic such a she to persuasion and being influential severally that the basis of that is about the idea that we are all connected acted related you know human beings are where the universe's only storytellers we all share ninety nine point nine percent of the same aim. DNA but yet that being said the world is like super fractured and so that's really just trying to I understand your audience and there's sort of habits on how to do that and not my dad doesn't have the same belief so we don't we hate. We were like complete opposites you still have you still share so much. In common and it's understanding shared values we all at the end of the day want the same things and so safety laws safety love Connection Action Human Connection Yeah. That's those are sort of the drivers. And how do you understand how to look for those that don't shut people apple down a little bit more open and be empathetic and how are you pathetic. When someone is attacking you or making wrong or screaming at your just. It doesn't want to bring the common ground energy when it's just like screw you you're wrong mess this up. I hate you type of energy. I think thing it's your job and you know there's cases where you're just like. That's not worth my energy but there's there's ways to unpack doc what's behind that emotion and what's below it and why that person feels that way through empathy through empathy and try to see things from their perspective active why they feel that way and not talking to them the way like if they're talking to you you talk to him back because that's counterproductive. If it's something in business relationship or yeah a family relationship if it's a relationship you don't need you know that's fine right right. Ronnie that in your life but if it's if it's something that you need to work through it's how do you how do you understand and ask them key questions to see things from their perspective. Yeah empathy empathy collaborative imperative have yet. It's all about coming together and working together I used to be I used to be focused on competition my whole life yeah and it wasn't until a few years ago when I was like man and it's really hard being competitive with everything and why don't they just start being more collaborative with everything and when you think that like I mean it started to gradually change the last six seven years when I started to open up about sexual trauma and really kind of being vulnerable about the things I've went through my life and accepting myself who I was as opposed to try to put on these masks sort of really starting to shift after that because I was like man I'm always trying to compete with everyone to prove my worth worth to people or to the world or whatever to myself when I was glad onto prove myself anymore because now I accept myself so I can just collaborate more and every year I get more and more of this collaborative spirit where I think my default is. I want to destroy everyone like I wanNA crush. Everyone like programmed into you right. It's like I need to win. I WANNA crush but then I'm like okay that doesn't support me yeah and it doesn't support humanity having that mentality so why don't I always come from a place. How can I lift everyone else up. NB generous to everyone else and they're gonNa you know. I'm going to be up there with them. Wasn't that why you're successful yeah because of that mentality and that that shift did that happen when you were working on your book Yeah we did it happen happen like it happened before that the book sort of pull that it was about six years ago yeah. I wrote my first book. It started to happen right before that yeah started having maybe a year before that when things started to shift and it was more of like I was just trying to do things to prove to everyone that I was is like good enough or exactly that was like the best right now. It's just like what am I doing. This doesn't support anything being like. I told you so you feel. I gotcha internally yeah. I was like okay got what united why don't we all succeed yeah so I mean my platform platform in the last six and a half years has been plowed from sharing other people's stories yeah and putting them in front of my audience and I think that supports me by putting the spotlight on someone else. Yeah it always shines reflects back on you as opposed to saying hey everyone look at me all the time. Look at this idea this person this experience against right and then the reflection and when you think about competition. What are you trying to win anyway. He's like what is what is winning to be like the number one in person in the space of selling books whatever I mean I always want to grow yeah make a bigger impact but I've eating that came from sports athlete that mindset came from being the youngest of four can feel like I was never seen and eating here had dropped to my siblings. Roy is amazing. I was like how do I beat Tom or catch up to them or whatever then sports so. I think it's hard to shift out of that mindset. When that was my entire life was like being number one and being the the best and then eventually realized when my first business was building it was kind of the engine that got me to where I was building a multi million dollar business but remember. We're just like lots of relationships were suffering because I was very combative. It was like my way or the highway yeah and I think that's like a young entrepreneurial me. A mindset front approaches like I can do this. I can lead. You can't do it without without the team. He's it like you. GotTa do it together. Collectively that's when I started now I started shifts six years ago six and a half years ago and a lot of things involved and not only evolved in the external world but my internal world evolved loft and that was when I brought a lot of piece of my life so I have a story on empathy and understanding other side that I just can't. I can't believe this isn't a movie but I I ran across it. As I was working on the book but in in Nineteen Fourteen War World War One there was it's called the Christmas truce. Have you ever heard of it or Smith's truths truce truce yet. TR UC troops and on Christmas Day Hey there was the allied forces and the German forces and on Christmas one side started seeing like carols shut up and they all crawled out of their trenches and foxholes and they for the entire day they swapped pictures of their families shut up yeah and they made eight a soccer ball out of masking tape and they had like a soccer strewn away. We're then at the end of the you know that carried on into the evening the end of the day they went back into their foxholes and started killing each other again and it was war you know one of the bloodiest wars of all time that shows you like how similar people are at a a sort of pinnacle of like. I mean we're talking about war like I'm going to kill you and that the idea of coming together no one shot down their weapons and then they went back on they started killing bad so beautiful sad at the same time now the Christmas truce just create a piece from there yeah. I know we're all trying to like go back home yeah. Let's just call it. You know like he's out yeah so that it shows just how common ground that we can share you know even even more you know it's all collaboration and then the the fourth habit main main principle is hopeful and the importance of skill hunting and Personal Jesus. What does that mean. Let's go hunting. I think is something I talked about as one of the greatest things I've ever done for myself yet is mastering and lots of different skills so I have like his tool belt with all these different the skills that I can whip out yeah I can play guitar can salsa dance. I can build a business. I can speak on state all the things that I was afraid to do. Yeah I started reading lists when I was younger and I said Okay I need to be afraid of this hunting to master this yeah they became skills. Not Fears is that kind of what skill hunting is. It's pretty much what it what it is. I mean I think thank you you kind of embody this. It's you know you talk about how you were failing English bestselling books and I just that that switch but the idea behind skill hunting. Is You know there's sort of like life hacking which is like sh shortcuts like the fastest asas way to productivity and then there's which is not really skill hunting..

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"jason harris" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

Piecing It Together Podcast

03:28 min | 1 year ago

"jason harris" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

"I want to go back and read this book because it seems like it would be a great story like that. There's probably so much more to it but <hes> but yeah yeah absolutely it's overall you know great movie. I like liked to ally disappointing that it's not doing so well but hopefully it finds life on video. I think you're underestimating that because it was a fifteen million dollar budget around four million. The first week made four point five in the u._s. and canada. It's about nine point two million now and huma faxed. Ah even look it's going to make it's money back in the theater right. Yes that's good and as we've talked about time and again like the idea of with theatrical release is changing right and some of the criticism is why did they do this as a wide release. Why didn't they do this. As a platform release hit the big cities i do more of those fathom events where it's like a party for springsteen vans and then open it up to a bigger audience and i think that's a fair criticism by do think it's <hes> i just don't think movies like this. You know based on a few exceptions are going to be making tons of money sure anymore in the theater so i do think you know based on on whatever your expectation is my expectation is. Hey you made your money back into theatre everything after his gold i agree with that one hundred percent what i hate is the headlines that it bombed armed and that's what bugs me because you're right. It didn't do that bad. It's not it's not the avengers two vendors number so and again like i said it's a changing changing time. This is the type of thing that you would be happy to watch on your couch. Maybe not you but other people still need to fit in the springsteen on broadway's yeah and i can watch this alone on my couch and cry. That's true sure he'll do many times so i think it's doing better than some of that. Type of narrative is portraying it as yeah absolutely well. This is gray on as we always do. Do you have a movie. You've seen recently. It like like to recommend ooh. That's a good one. I didn't even think about that. Can i recommend t._v. Show instead so fuck it yeah watching <hes> letterkenny recently on on hulu. That's like amazing. I love that showed some weird shit canadian show a lot of people know about now that you know about this small in town in canada where there's five thousand people and the main characters are the farmers and there's also the <hes> the meth head goth kids and the jocks jocks and those could easily be characters who want to get out of four. They are strive for something more so i'll just recommend letterkenny right now. Is anyone in that like anyone big or knowing that we would. No no yeah sounds interesting right on. Where can people find. What are you going to recommend a movie or you. Don't i don't recommend things my guest recommend things i. I don't listen to your podcast. I know you clearly clearly well. That's okay. I don't listen to yours yeah. I do listen to this so look. We got awesome movie or would you would you produce into a heck of a job on and <hes> that's all over the webs that awesome movie your dot com awesome movie. You're on facebook awesome movie year on instagram awesome movie pot on twitter. I'm jason harris. There's comedy or jay harris comedy all over the internet and gopher jason dot com by website beautiful jason's great to finally get.

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"jason harris" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

Piecing It Together Podcast

03:05 min | 1 year ago

"jason harris" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

"<music> it all right woman to another episode of piecing together the podcast where we take a look at a new movie and try to figure out what movies inspired it and today on the show we are talking about blinded by the light a movie about how amazing bruce springsteen is well. It's not really about just that's about a bunch of other stuff too but it is for all intensive purposes. The bruce springsteen movie and i had a lot of fun with this one and a lot of fun with the conversation with jason harris who hasn't been on the show since last year but i have been producing his awesome move year podcast so we've done quite <hes> bit of podcasting together over the last year just not here on this show but we're getting back for another episode soon so it's always fun having him on so. Do you know i want to just say we're just getting to the end of august right now. We're about to enter september. August has been an awesome month for the podcast cast lots of growth lots of new subscribers lots of downloads and lots of new social media connections and all that and i just wanna thank you all who are out there listening to the the show we really are happy that you're out there and enjoying the show and <hes> yeah just want to say thank you if you have not you can go to our apple podcast page page and rate and review us five stars would be amazing but we want to hear what you think of the show. We wanna keep making it better for you. You also follow us on social media at piecing pod and join our facebook group popcorn and puzzle pieces so at that all said let's jump into this conversation about blinded by the light which should still be in theater so so if you haven't seen it yet go see it because not enough people are seeing it but we'll get into that conversation as well towards the end of this whole overall conversation. I'm saying the word conversation station a lot but you know what that's fine. Let's get into the conversation. Do we have got with us. Jason harris from awesome awesome movie. How's it going here on my own. I don't need to use the crutch of that longhaired freak. Josh bell my co-host. I i love him very much but this is me time gave me and you time me you and bruce mann. The boss probably would be me and bruce josh not a fan of course but god. I can't believe that that's hard to believe. He doesn't dislike sprees. This of course not with this podcast is about <hes> but yeah normally i'm. I heard with him on a awesome movie year but today baby we're getting deep into blinded by the light by the boss of course that would be the song long movie. We're not getting into the song we mentioned probably mentioned the song at some point <hes> yeah..

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"jason harris" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

Piecing It Together Podcast

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"jason harris" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

"All right woman to another episode of piecing together the podcast where we take a look at a new movie and try to figure out what movies inspired it and today on the show we are talking about blinded by the light a movie about how amazing bruce springsteen is well. It's not really about just that's about a bunch of other stuff too but it is for all intensive purposes. The bruce springsteen movie and i had a lot of fun with this one and a lot of fun with the conversation with jason harris who hasn't been on the show since last year but i have been producing his awesome move year podcast so we've done quite <hes> bit of podcasting together over the last year just not here on this show but we're getting back for another episode soon so it's always fun having him on so. Do you know i want to just say we're just getting to the end of august right now. We're about to enter september. August has been an awesome month for the podcast cast lots of growth lots of new subscribers lots of downloads and lots of new social media connections and all that and i just wanna thank you all who are out there listening to the the show we really are happy that you're out there and enjoying the show and <hes> yeah just want to say thank you if you have not you can go to our apple podcast page page and rate and review us five stars would be amazing but we want to hear what you think of the show. We wanna keep making it better for you. You also follow us on social media at piecing pod and join our facebook group popcorn and puzzle pieces so at that all said let's jump into this conversation about blinded by the light which should still be in theater so so if you haven't seen it yet go see it because not enough people are seeing it but we'll get into that conversation as well towards the end of this whole overall conversation. I'm saying the word conversation station a lot but you know what that's fine. Let's get into the conversation <music>.

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Michigan man accused of putting fatal dose of heroin in his wife's cereal

Killer Innovations

00:28 sec | 1 year ago

Michigan man accused of putting fatal dose of heroin in his wife's cereal

"A Michigan man is facing life in prison if convicted of killing his wife and two thousand fourteen by putting heroin in her cereal forty four year old Jason Harris arraigned after the Tennessee county medical examiner's office last week change the cause of death for thirty six year old Christina Harris from an accidental overdose the homicide the prosecutors say the woman's family and friends were baffled by the initial cause of death saying they never knew her to use drugs

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Eighth Grade

Piecing It Together Podcast

07:00 min | 2 years ago

Eighth Grade

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