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"neil harris" Discussed on Policy Matters

Policy Matters

08:11 min | Last week

"neil harris" Discussed on Policy Matters

"Outcomes I'm Joe Barnes host of policy matters points perspectives from rice university's Baker Institute for public. Policy. Our guest is Dr Catherine, Neil Harris Cheese the Alford siegler sell third fellow and drug policy at the Baker Institute and the author of Oppression Institute blog dated June ninth that highlighted the role of the war on drugs in the deaths of George Floyd and others welcome Katie. Joe Thank you for having me. Can you explain how are drug policy dis two more frequent and more deadly interactions between the police. And the public. Yes. So the drug wars, a huge part of policing and more people are arrested for drug possession in the US than for any other offense. In two, thousand, eighteen, there are over one point, six million arrests that were drug related, and that's just the arrest. We don't even know how many more encounters occur between police and citizens in pursuit of those arrests but each one of those encounters has some potential to escalate to violence. If you if you look at those arrests, the vast majority of them are for possession only at just about two hundred, thousand refer for sales. So we're talking about. One point, four million or so arrests for just possession of drugs for personal use beyond the sheer number of arrests. Drug war has also normalized and aggressive style of leasing a lot of what the police do is very reactive responding to nine one one calls but drug enforcement of drug laws can be a little unique in the sense that sometimes with police are doing proactive, they're actually pursuing arrests and there are a lot of policies that that come from the drug were that everyone problematic that no not warrant being one of the most obvious most egregious that we've all kind become familiar with now the chilling reality eller. Has Gone Drugs had a disparate impact on African Americans and other communities of color in the United States. It has absolutely by people make up about twelve percent of the population. They used drugs that rate that in about equal to the rate at which white people use drugs, but they account for twenty nine percent of drug related arrests in the US and sixty percent of people that are in State Prison for drunk possession people of Color, and if you look just marijuana, then though we're seeing a huge spate of reform marijuana laws across the country, black people nationally are still over three times more likely to be arrested for marijuana possession spared user very obvious. Can the numbers and of course they go much further. Than that you know the fact donald the individuals that are arrested, but also those individuals, family members and their communities. Well, we also see much broader public health impacts and there's research. For example, shows that having an incarcerated family member is associated with higher levels of depressive symptoms and psychological stress and approximately half of black women. In the United, states having a family member WHO's incarcerated. So when you think of that, you really have to think about it as not just an individual problem. It's not just a problem with criminal justice, but it is a massive public health problem as well. We need to it that way. What are some specific practical achievable policies that police forces can adopt her to minimize these deadly interactions with the local community. So one thing at the local level that can be done is pre arrests, diversion programs, and those are where said of making arrest police hand off a person to. caseworker or someone else who can deal with their issues if they're if they're drunk related or mental health related, there are sometimes logistical challenges to implementing those kinds of programs but there are a host of other sorts of diversion that can also take place in here in Houston just implemented a site and release, program? Which is where officers can can write a citation for somebody with data, which they're supposed to here in front court in the that rather than actually arresting them. and. So that's kind of incremental staff at the program here in Houston applies to certain misdemeanor offenses as such as criminal mischief. For less than seven hundred and fifty dollars at currently it doesn't apply drug possession other than for things like Kusherki to. Commence they're one of the challenges here is that. The locales, some limits in the discretion that they have over enforcing laws to some extent has to be up to the state to change those laws. But look when we look at the academy site and releases a good way not only to reduce the jail population but I also sends a message to officers that okay. These are going to be less serious things that we want. We don't want to arrest people for these offenses. We want to figure out some other way of dealing with them, and so I think that's an important. Message to send to patrol officers about what kind of goals we want them to pursue. Some other things that local police forces can do to decrease encounters that can turn deadly between in police people that are using drugs one is to increase the use of crisis response teams, and we have a crisis response team here in Houston that cares a patrol officer with a mental health worker and they respond to calls usually for mental health crises, and so that's a program that would be really good to expand the number of units that the city has. said that can be responsive, twenty, four seven, and also Senate can response people who maybe it's not a mental health issue directly. But maybe it's it's an issue related to drug use right in that moment and you could have, for example, pure recovery coaches go out and and relate to the person. I think that somebody for example that is high on on PCP in hallucinating usually an officer in a uniform is going to be the person to calm. Sitcom that person. and. So of course, something like that re requires hiring people willing to do the job requires funding and so that ghosts the issue of of defunding lease and not necessarily defunding but we need to fund the right things that the do and and so that's that's another example of something that they can do always say that officers need more training but I think that one thing that they really do need more training in is how to respond to somebody that might present a physical threat without immediately using a weapon and I think that's really important when you're dealing with people who. Are Using drugs are under the influence they might be acting in a way that is the little unpredictable or away. Officers don't really understand instead they feel threatened and if we want officers to deescalate situations than we have to help make sure that they're not afraid in those situations because if you're afraid, you're not going to be able to de escalate, and so I really think that there needs to be more emphasis on that physical component of the job in the training so that officers could feel more comfortable in responding to those calls in a way where they don't immediately. Katie what role do prosecutors play? In the execution of the war on drugs on the other big parts of the rise of mass incarceration has been the discretion that district trains have and we've seen over the last several decades is sort of a tough on crime liberal rhetoric that made it very popular to pursue very stiff penalties for sometimes for minor offenses and today have contributed to what we have. Now. At mass incarceration and also with the pursuit of the drug war and district attorney's offices, they can do a lot to help scale back. This word that help creating. One thing that they can do declined to take charges. If the DA's office says, we'RE NOT GONNA take charges for this defense than there's no reason for the police to continue to arrest people for that offense. And here in two thousand, seventeen, the district attorney office declined to prosecute marijuana misdemeanors, and we've seen arrests for those fences go way down since. She's also recently done it for for trace cases, which is A. Very. Trace amount of drugs they like on a crack pipe for example, does she said I'm not going to prosecute those anymore. We've seen arrests for them go down and so that's you know just one thing that they can do to sort of while they're in office it doesn't really take a lot of effort that can send a really powerful message about what kind of laws they're.

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"neil harris" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:58 min | Last month

"neil harris" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Reason. Please be very mindful of the fact that our last surge started on Memorial Day weekend when people let their guard down. Yesterday there were 50,000 new cases of Corona virus across the United States, pushing the total toe over 6.2 million. Meanwhile, the covert 19 death toll in the USS surpassed 187,000 President Trump has laid out a plan to fast track a vaccine for the virus, saying it could be available by election Day. But Democratic vice presidential nominee Senator Kamala Harris told CNN State of the Union that she doesn't trust the president to oversee any potential corona virus vaccine. I would not Trust Donald Trump, and it would have to be a credible source of information that talks about the efficacy and the and the reliability of whatever he's talking about. I will not take his word for it. There have been widespread reports of pressure being put on administration health officials to accelerate the development and approval of the vaccine, ostensibly to boost the president's chances of being re elected. The Trump Administration has dismissed those accusations. The Corona virus is spreading through colleges and universities, and now those institutions are scrambling to find locations for quarantine and dormitories and off campus properties. That story from the AP, Shelly Adler Sacred Heart University has converted a 34 room guest house at the former Connecticut headquarters of G E to quarantine students. The University of South Carolina ran out of space a dormitory for quarantine students and began sending them two rooms it rented in hotel like quarters at a training center for prosecutors. The Air Force Academy send 400 cadets to hotels to free up space on its Colorado based for quarantines. Health officials such as White House Corona Virus Task Force member Dr Deborah Burkes has been urging colleges to keep students on campus to avoid them infecting members of their family and community. I'm showing Adler People in the southwestern baking under record high temperatures. The historic heatwave isn't expected to break until midweek. California is experiencing record shattering heat so oppressive, officials warn it could be deadly. Governor Gavin Newsom declared a state of emergency. A heightened demand for electricity could put a strain on the power grid. Blackouts across the state are possible. The heat also brings an increased fire threat as crews continue to battle some of the largest wildfires in the state's history. CBS news correspondent Donna Bacchus in Southern California. We're coming up on 10 36. We will always be on your radio at 80 am, but the place to stream W. C. V s on your smartphone is the radio dot com app. Downloaded today. Listen anytime anywhere when you need more than just the headlines on our news line, Connecticut Governor Ned Lamont should there be partial refunds? Maybe reimbursement for food That went bad? Absolutely. Ever. Sources listening. Don't make us make you do this. Wcbs 80 live and local 24 7..

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"neil harris" Discussed on Doug Loves Movies

Doug Loves Movies

06:14 min | 1 year ago

"neil harris" Discussed on Doug Loves Movies

"I don't know. Cool. Doesn't even cool name. I could be full of shit, dreamt it come on. Hit me with my question. All right. Here's here's your quest. What movie massive title would you arrive at? The third Bill people moving. We're Neil Patrick, Harris and clear. Duval. She, of course, has been great on veep of late. Who on feed? She's the lesbian secret service. Okay. That helps. But now we're competitor Kantar 'cause I couldn't hear it for him a little muffled. Our repeat it for you. Was that? I would say Neil Patrick Harris won the skirt. That has not happened, but he is movie over former. He's won the Tony. That was a good movie though. Your chance. Okay. Everybody else Shawn's going to set out how many questions have it's It's not. not baking for next because they could. Okay. No. It's our turn now. No, I think we should work is. And. Just mean you against Sean. Sean gets the world. Due to be questioned in a row. No. It's our turn. You can't. Yes anymore. No more guesses from. Winning oscar. Ever one. Even here was the name of Ricky. Bobby's car we. Second build. Okay, this same movie mash, up title, right? Rosamund pike. Okay. And Angelina Jolie. Are you doing hoarders pike pity me? Hent on Rosamund pike. Yeah. She's pretty blonde lady, British. Angelina jolie. You know. Well, now are you saying the names in the order, that the movies are build? These are the second built. Because you already have it. You got it on the first names. Didn't you do? I don't know what you're talking about or why you're standing there. It's nervous energy. I'm standing down to. That where you stand. Teich please release. She give me something roseburg quite she's in this movie that we're trying to get the. But these top build people, you're gonna know these two people, and then hopefully put it all together. But I'm happy to move onto the next game. So you gotta trying to find a connection between them. You do this figure. Then flick, new and. Boehner rider. People in the audience know the answer. Come on, Trey. Known a writer hang on. Hang on hang on hang on. This to wore the sexes. So. Oddly. Don't look at me like that. Turn It into. it into lead you need a movie that would have Neil Harris Rosamund pike and Ben Affleck in it in the top. He Wasn't wasn't. healed character starship troopers or Harold and Kumar? That's how you're doing this. Has it been in Neil, Patrick Harris has been in those, the only two movies that they've been in together hasn't had any scenes together, but they are in it together a writer and Angelina Jolie. Yeah. So. Actually that should just be like, you know, the answer to that a movie starring ride or Angelina Jolie. She won best supporting actress Oscar for her part in the she wasn't in Beetlejuice. Don't make me text this to Jeff because just tell us the answer. That's what happened the last time. My panelists were all stumped by this game. What's our score zero zero zero. Everyone's general, you're tying zero. Time zero. Come on. But anyway, gone was a massive movie and Girl Interrupted was a massive movie, and gone interrupted is the answer. Welcome to the movies. Gear quipped to get me who starred in can't see some pretty British blonde lady. I used those words. No. That's why we're zero Neil Patrick Harris litter throat on that though or the other way around those crazy. I knew wits. Yeah. And then she just shook her hair. She was like, Ben, I'm coming home. I was crazy loved it next. Rub blood all over. So. And I seen a lot. Just because I'm really interested in how they make movie. Do that. All right. So Sean is winning so far. How did that happen? Well, he's, he's tied trouble..

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"neil harris" Discussed on Black Men Can't Jump

Black Men Can't Jump

04:15 min | 1 year ago

"neil harris" Discussed on Black Men Can't Jump

"Dude. I'm here with my brother Christian. Hello, people might be surprised to learn this. We have the same parents say mother and father. Yeah. Our father, put the same genetic material into our mother, okay? Isn't that crazy? That's how we all start from this, like weird K explosion of, like ecstasy. And then people get like baptism will get like wrapped in pink, and it's all like dressed up fans and that we have a podcast because of that little explosion. Well, I'll tell you who stopped listening, definitely our father, probably our mother, this is a weekly show. Our weekly interview show. We're gonna be talking to actors musicians thinkers mutes. We're gonna have a lot of mutes on and mines. We're going to really get into it with mimes. We want to know how to get the most out of life really. Because as we established life is short. Yeah. And we wanna ask bigger questions like you know what's your favorite emoji? Let's say and speaking of emojis, do you believe in God, stuff like that? But our guest today is Neil, Patrick, Harris Neil, somebody that we've both known for a long time, and always had fun with nails. One of the most playful. Interesting curious people, I've ever known, and we're going to be talking a little bit about the world's drag Neil, and his husband David have a documentary coming out called wig, which is all about weak stock, which is a cultural movement, that's been happening for many years in New York. And so I hope you guys enjoy my conversation with Neil Patrick Harris. I hang out with only a door guys. Yeah. That's, that's the one requirement warming here for soon. But, but you strike me, as somebody who I, I can't imagine a Christian. I often say this that it's a rare combination to be confident and not Dushi. You, you have that. You possess that you are known by every. I mean, you're very recognized recognizable face. How does that again? Not a good thing or bad thing. I've, I'm sure that came with its own frustrations. But what were the what were the what were the bonuses of that? And what were the la- then? Yeah, yeah, I could get into clubs really in LA without any kind of fake ID, or anything did you do that? I did. Yeah. Yeah, I would flirt with drew Barrymore's mom. Oh, really? You flirt of Jade Jade to get into the club. Are you being serious super serious? No kidding. So you might did way more partying when I was nineteen and twenty then I and I had a fake ID, my friend, Chuck Comey, a good fake ID over in downtown LA fifty bucks. Very exciting. Didn't need it because I was on the TV show. I think it was like when Webster would come in. Emmanuel Lewis would be in the foreigner was like, right? It's Neil Patrick Harris over. And that side of what would let me in to think I, I didn't look like I was twenty one and tell us about thirty four right? Yeah. You were a young young looking kit. What was your fake ID name? No, as my own name. Okay. It was thunder bolt Harris so weird MD. Hey white three names. Did you ever think about just Neil hair, always another Neil Harris? Otherwise in the Screen Actors Guild. Okay to you. Speaking of the drag circuit, drag queens, inappropriate words, still track Queen clean. Yeah. Queens, gray queens. Great. I mean I say no. No, I drag for a living. But I think queens, do you remember that bar on I and I called Waikiki walis? Waikiki while he was like a Tiki bar right next door to that. Curio key drag bar called lucky Chang's. Oh, cool. Lucky Chang's in the first time I ever said, I was natural out loud was at lucky Chang's. We would go get all liquid up. You'd have zombie one of those drinks. They all the, the flaming and, and then you go through the kitchen to lucky changs, and I, I was doing a show Ed the show Ed nice, you did an episode of. And and we were all there and we hadn't been on the area. And the hostess for the show was Anita cocktail..

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"neil harris" Discussed on The Writers Panel

The Writers Panel

03:55 min | 1 year ago

"neil harris" Discussed on The Writers Panel

"I hang out with only doorbell guys. Yeah. That's that's the one requirement. It's warm in here for you soon. But, but you strike me, as somebody who I, I can't imagine a Christian. I often say this that it's rare combination to be confident and not Dushi. You know, you have that you possess that you are known by every, I mean, you very recognizable recognizable face. How does that again? Not a good thing or a bad thing. I've, I'm sure that came with its own frustrations. But what were the what were the what were the bonuses of that? And what were the event? Yeah, yeah. Like get into clubs, really in LA without any kind of fake ID, or anything did you do that? I did. Yeah, yeah, I would flirt with drew Barrymore's mom. Oh, really? You. Flirt him. Jade Jade get into the club. Are you being serious super serious kidding? So you might have way more partying when I was nineteen and twenty then I and I had a fake ID. My friend. Chuck got me a good fake ID over in downtown. LA fifty bucks. Other exciting. Didn't need it because I was on the TV show. I think it was when Webster would come in. Emmanuel Lewis webby in the corner. It was like, right. It's Neil Patrick Harris over and that side of what would let me into thinking? I, I didn't look like I was twenty one and tell us about thirty four right? Yeah. You're young young looking kit. What was your fake ID name? No, as my own name. Okay. It was thunder bolt Harris so weird MD pay. Why three names, did you ever think about just Neil hair, always another? Neil Harris otherwise in the Screen Actors Guild. Okay. Speaking of the drag circuit, drag queens, inappropriate words, still try Queen clean. Yeah. Queens, gray queens. Great. I mean I say no. Drag for a living. But I think queens, do you remember that bar on I and I called Waikiki walis? Oh, why can't you always was like a Tiki bar right next door to that? Curio key drag bar called lucky Chang's. Oh, cool. Lucky Chang's in the first time I ever said, I was an actor out loud was at lucky Chang's. We would go cool to get all liquid up. You'd have ambi- one of those drinks, they all the, the flaming and, and then you go through the kitchen to lucky changs, and I, I was doing a show Ed the show Ed nice, you episode of. And and we were all there and we hadn't been on the area. And the hostess for the show was Anita cocktail, and she was just surly, and fierce and I signed up, and I went up to sing, and she was cute, Honey. What's your name? And I said, it's, it's Justin she goes and what do you do for a living? And I said, well, and I looked at my cast mates. And I was like, I'm an actor. And she goes so am idea. I'm an actress what restaurant you work. And I thought, well, you know, I don't work at a restaurant in. I'm actually an actor just an actor. And she goes, yeah. And where do you where else do you work? And I said, I got really nervous, and she said, you know what I've a friend who refuses to say that he he's an actor and refuses to say what barista in works, and I'm an actress and I worked here and I'm proud of it, and you should be too, which taunts me the microphone. It's a great introduction. And I just go Russia chess is a. Always been interested just staring daggers, but okay, quick question. The speaking short. Yeah. DVD. What is your most commonly used emoji on your phone? Oh, probably the, the rose emoji, my mother. And I when we text each other always end with a double rose or multiple roses. It's just like our sort of thing. And also, the, the eggplant and reward Trump said, and you get the cherries in front of that, and you got the whole package or peach, peach..

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"neil harris" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

04:14 min | 1 year ago

"neil harris" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

"Dude. I'm here with my brother Christian. Hello, people might be surprised to learn this. We have the same parents say mother and father. Yeah. Our father put the same genetic material into our mother, okay. Isn't that crazy? That's how we all start from this like weird explosion of like ecstasy. And then people get like that. Tis Mwale get wrapped in pink. And it's all like dressed up fancy, but it starts like sweaty aggressive, so sacred anointing these little babies with oil, and it all started with like. Oh, and that's how we're here America. And that we've applied cast because of that little explosion. Well, I'll tell you who stopped listening definitely our father, probably our mother. This is a weekly show a weekly interview show for gonna be talking to actors musicians thinkers mutes we're gonna have a lot of mutes on. It's going to really get into it with mimes. We wanna know how they get the most out of life really because as we established life is short. Yeah. And we wanna ask bigger questions. Like, you know, what's your favorite emoji? Let's say and speaking of emojis, do you believe in God stuff like that? But our guest today is Neil, Patrick Harris. Neil somebody that we both known for a long time and always had fun with nails one of the most playful interesting curious people I've ever known, and we're gonna be talking a little bit about the world drag Neil and his husband David have a documentary coming out called wig, which is all about weak stock, which is a cultural movement that's been happening for many years in New York. And so I hope you guys enjoy my conversation with Neil, Patrick, Harris. I hang out with only a door guys. Yeah. That's that's the one requirement warming here. But but you strike me as somebody who I can't imagine a Christian. I often say that it's a rare combination to be confident and not Dushi, Dino, you have that you possess that you are known by every I mean, you're very recognized recognizable face. How does that again? Not a good thing. Bad thing. I've I'm sure that came with its own frustrations. But what were the what were the what were the bonuses of that? And what were the Luneta then? Yeah. Yeah. I could get into clubs really in LA without any kind of fake ID or anything. And did you do that? I did. Yeah. Yeah. I would flirt with drew Barrymore's. Mom. A really you flew Jade Jade head into the club. Are you being serious super serious kidding? Yeah. So you might way more partying when I was nineteen and twenty then I and I had a fake ID, my friend Chuck got me a good fake ID over in downtown LA, fifty bucks. Very exciting didn't need it. Because I was get on the TV show. I think it was like when Webster would come in manual Lewis would be in the corner. Like Neil, Patrick Harris over and that side would let me in to think. I I didn't look like I was twenty one and tell us about thirty four right. Yeah. You're young young looking kit. What was your fake ID name? No as my own name. Okay. Thunderball Harris, so weird MD pay white three names. Did you ever think about just Neil hair? Another Neil Harris in the Screen Actors Guild. Okay to you. Speaking of the drag circuit, drag queens, inappropriate words, still track Queen clean. Yeah. Please. Great queens. Great. I mean, I say like, no. No one drag for a living. But I think queens to remember that bar on I and I called Waikiki walleyes. Why can't you always a Tiki bar, right? Next door to that Curio drag bar called lucky Chang's. Oh, cool. Lucky Chang's in the first time I ever said, I was an act out loud was at lucky Chang's. We would go get all liquor up you'd have zombie one of those drinks, they all the the flaming..

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"neil harris" Discussed on We'll See You In Hell

We'll See You In Hell

04:11 min | 1 year ago

"neil harris" Discussed on We'll See You In Hell

"I'm here with my brother Christian. Hello, people might be surprised to learn this. We have the same parents say mother and father. Yeah. Our father put the same genetic material into our mother, okay. Isn't that crazy? That's how we all started from this like weird K explosion of like ecstasy, and then people get like baptism then like wrapped in pink. And it's all like dressed up fans, and that we've podcast because of that little explosion. Well, I'll tell you who stop listening. Definitely our father, probably our mother. This is a weekly show. Our weekly interview show, we're going to be talking to actors musicians thinkers mutes we're gonna have a lot of mutes on 'em mines. We're gonna really get into it with mimes. We wanna know how they get the most out of life really because as we sabotaged life is short. Yeah. And we want to ask bigger questions. Like, you know, what's your favorite emoji? Let's say and and speaking of emojis, do you believe in God stuff like that? But our guest today is Neil, Patrick Harris. Neil somebody that we both known for a long time and always had fun with nails one of the most playful interesting curious people I've ever known, and we're going to be talking a little bit about the world is drag Neil and his husband David have a documentary coming out called wig, which is all about weak stock, which is a cultural movement that's been happening for many years in New York. And so I hope you guys enjoy my conversation with Neil, Patrick, Harris. I hang out with only adorable guys. Yeah. That's that's the one requirement. It's warm in here for soon. But but you strike me as somebody who I I can't imagine a Christian. I often say this that it's a rare combination to be confident and not Dushi, Dino, you have that you possess that you are known by every I mean, very recognizable recognizable face. How does that? Again. Not a good thing or a bad thing. I'm sure that came with its own frustrations. But what were the what were the what were the bonuses of that? And what were the lynetta then? Yeah. Yeah. I could get into clubs really in LA without any kind of fake ID or anything. Did you do that? I did. Yeah. Yeah. I would flirt with drew Barrymore's. Mom. Oh, really you. Flirt, a Jade. Jay took it into the club. Are you being serious super serious? No kidding. Yeah. So you might have way more partying when I was nineteen and twenty then I and I had a fake ID, my friend, Chuck cut me a good fake ID over in downtown LA. Fifty bucks of very exciting didn't need it. Because I was on the TV show. I think it was like when Webster would come in manual Lewis won't be in the corner. It was like here's Neil Patrick Harris over and that's side. Would let me in to think. I I didn't look like I was twenty one and tell us about thirty four right. Yeah. You were a young young looking kit. What was your fake ID name? No as my own name. Okay. It was Thunderball Harris so weird MD pay. Why three names did you ever think about just Neil here? It was another Neil Harris otherwise in the Screen Actors Guild. Okay to you. Speaking of dr-, the drag circuit, drag queens, inappropriate words, still drag Queen clean. Yeah. Queens, gray, queens. Great. I mean, I say, no. No, I don't. Living. But I think queens, do you remember that bar on I and I called Waikiki walis? Oh, why can't you always like a Tiki bar, right? Next door to that Curio key drag bar called lucky Chang's. Oh, cool. Lucky Chang's in the first time I ever said, I was natural out. Loud was at lucky Chang's. We would go you get all liquor up you'd have zombie one of those drinks, they pour all the into the flaming. And and then you go through the kitchen to lucky Chang's, and I was doing a show. Ed the show. Ed nice. You did an episode of. And and we were all there, and we hadn't been on the area and hostess for the show was Anita..

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"neil harris" Discussed on Safe For Work

Safe For Work

04:17 min | 1 year ago

"neil harris" Discussed on Safe For Work

"Sweet dude. I'm here with my brother Christian. Hello, people might be surprised to learn this. We have the same parents say mother and father. Yeah. Our father put the same genetic material into her mother. Okay. Isn't that crazy? That's how we all started from this like weird K explosion of like ecstasy. And then people get like baptismal guests like wrapped in pink. And it's all like dressed up fans, and that we've podcast because of that little explosion. Well, I'll tell you who stopped listening definitely our father, probably our mother. This is a weekly show a weekly interview show for going to be talking to actors musicians thinkers mutes we're gonna have a lot of mutes on mines. We're gonna really get into it with mimes. We wanna know how they get the most out of life really because as we established life is short. Yeah. And we want to ask bigger questions. Like, you know, what's your favorite emoji? Let's say and and speaking of emojis, do you believe in God stuff like that? But our guest today is Neil, Patrick Harris. Neil somebody that we both known for a long time and always had fun with nails one of the most playful interesting curious people I've ever known, and we're going to be talking a little bit about the world is dragged Neil and his husband David have a documentary coming out called wig, which is all about weeks stock which is a cultural movement that's been happening for many years in New York. And so I hope you guys enjoy my conversation with Neil, Patrick, Harris. I hang out with only a doorbell guys. Yeah. That's that's the one requirement. It's warm in here for soon. But but you strike me as somebody who I I can't imagine a Christian. I often say that it's a rare combination to be confident and not Dushi, Dino, you have that you possess that you are known by every I mean, you're very recognized recognizable face. How does that again? Not a good thing or a bad thing. I'm sure that came with its own frustrations. But what were the what were the what were the bonuses of that? And what were the lynetta then? Yeah. Yeah. Like get into a clubs really in LA without any kind of fake ID or anything. Did you do that? I did. Yeah. Yeah. I would flirt with drew Barrymore's. Mom over really you. Flirt, a Jade. Yeah. Jade to get into the club. Are you being serious super serious kidding? So you might have way more partying when I was nineteen and twenty then I and I had a fake ID, my friend Chuck got me a good fake ID over in downtown LA. Fifty bucks of very exciting didn't need it. Because I was on the TV show. I think it was like when Webster would come in my manual Lewis won't be in the corner. It was like, yeah. Right. It's Neil Patrick Harris over and that's side. Would let me in to think. I I didn't look like I was twenty one and tell us about thirty four right. Yeah. You were a young young looking kit. What was your fake ID name? No as my own name. Okay. It was thunder bolt. Harris so weird MD. Hey, whites renames. Did you ever think about just Neil here? It was another Neil Harris otherwise in the Screen Actors Guild. Okay. Do you speaking of the drag circuit, drag queens, inappropriate words, still tried Queen clean? Yeah. Queens, gray, queens. Great. I mean, I say, no. No one drag for a living. But I think queens are fine. Do you remember that bar on? I and I called. Waikiki walis oh Waikiki while he was like a Tiki bar, right? Next door to that Curio key drag bar called lucky Chang's. Oh, cool. Lucky Chang's in the first time I ever said, I was Natura out loud was at lucky Chang's. We would go you get all liquid up you'd have zombie one of those drinks, they were all the into the flaming. And and then you go through the kitchen to lucky changs, and I was doing a show. Ed the show. Ed nice. You didn't episode of. And and we were all there, and we hadn't been on the area and the hostess for the show was Anita..

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"neil harris" Discussed on Whimsically Volatile

Whimsically Volatile

04:06 min | 1 year ago

"neil harris" Discussed on Whimsically Volatile

"Host just long night. Sweet. I'm here with my brother Christian. Hello, people might be surprised to learn this. We have the same parents say mother and father. Yeah. Our father put the same genetic material into her mother. Okay. Isn't that crazy? That's how we all start from this like weird cat explosion of like ecstasy, and then people get like baptism. Oh gift wrapped in pink. And it's all like dressed up fancy, but it starts like sweaty aggressive traits. So sacred anointing these little babies with oil, and it all started with like. Oh, and that's how we're here in America. And that we have a podcast because of that little explosion. Well, I'll tell you who stopped listening definitely are father, probably our mother. This is a weekly show. Our weekly interview show for going to be talking to actors musicians thinkers mutes we're gonna have a lot of mutes on 'em mines speaking to really get into it with mimes. We want to know how they get the most out of life really because as we established life is short. Yeah. And we want to ask bigger questions. Like, you know, what's your favorite emoji? Let's say and and speaking of emojis, do you believe in God stuff like that? But our guest today is Neil, Patrick Harris. Neil somebody that we both known for a long time and always had fun with Neil's one of the most playful interesting curious people I've ever known, and we're going to be talking a little bit about the world is dragged Neil and his husband David have a documentary coming out called wig. Which is all about weak stock, which is a cultural movement that's been happening for many years in New York. And so I hope you guys enjoy my conversation with Neil, Patrick, Harris. I hang out with only a doorbell guys. Yeah. That's that's the one requirement. It's a warming here for you soon. But but you strike me as somebody who I I can't imagine a Christian. I often say this that it's a rare combination to be confident and not Dushi. Do you know, you have that you possess that you are known by every I mean, you're very recognized. You have a recognizable face. How does that again? Not a good thing or bad thing. I've I'm sure that came with its own frustrations. But what were the what were the what were the p- bonuses of that? And what were the Luneta then? Yeah. Yeah. I could get into clubs really in LA without any kind of fake ID or anything. Did you do that? Or did. Yeah. The I would flirt with drew Barrymore's. Mom over really you flew Jade. Jay to get into the club. Are you being serious super serious? No kidding. Yeah. So you might way more partying when I was nineteen and twenty then I and I had a fake ID, my friend Chuck got me a good fake ID over in downtown LA. Fifty bucks of very exciting didn't need it. Because I was get on the TV show. I think it was like when Webster would come in Emmanuel Lewis would be in the corner. Right. There's Neil Patrick Harris over and that's side. Would let me into think. I I will. I didn't look like I was twenty one and tell us about thirty four right. Yeah. You were a young young looking kit. What was your fake ID name? No as my own name. Okay. It was Thunderball Harris. So weird MD pay white three names. Did you ever think about just Neil always another Neil Harris, otherwise in the Screen Actors Guild? Okay. Do you? Speaking of dra-, the drag circuit, drag queens, inappropriate words, still track Queen clean. Yeah. Queens, grade queens. Great. I I mean, I say like. No one drag for a living. But I think queens, do you remember that bar on I and I called Waikiki walis Waikiki while he was like a Tiki bar, right? Next door to that Curio key drag bar called lucky Chang's..

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"neil harris" Discussed on View from the Cheap Seats

View from the Cheap Seats

03:36 min | 1 year ago

"neil harris" Discussed on View from the Cheap Seats

"When I was nineteen and twenty then I and I had a fake ID, my friend, Chuck cut me a good fake ID over in downtown LA, fifty bucks. Very exciting didn't need it. Because I was on the TV show. I think it was like when Webster would come in manual Lewis in the corner was like there's right. It's Neil Patrick Harris over and that side of what would let me into think. I I didn't look like I was twenty one and tell us about thirty four right. Yeah. You were a young young looking kit. What was your fake ID name? No as my own name. It was thunderbolt Harris. So weird MD pay white three names. Did you ever think about just Neil hair? Always another Neil Harris, otherwise in the Screen Actors Guild. Okay. Speaking of dr-, the drag circuit, drag queens, inappropriate words, still try Queen clean. Yeah. Queens, grade queens. Great. I I mean, I say, no. No, I don't drag for a living. But I think queens are do you remember that bar on? I and I called. Waikiki walis. Why can't you always like a Tiki bar, right? Next door to that Curio key drag bar called lucky Chang's. Oh, cool. Lucky Chang's in the first time I ever said, I was an actor out loud was at lucky Chang's. We would go get all liquid up you'd have zombie one of those drinks they all during the flaming. And and then you go through the kitchen to lucky changs, and I was doing a show. Ed the show that nice hue episode of. And and we were all there, and we hadn't been on the area and the hostess for the show was Nita cocktail, she was just surly and fierce, and I signed up, and I went up to sing. And she was cute. Honey, what's your name? And I said, it's it's Justin she goes. And what do you do for a living? And I said well, and I looked at my cast mates. And I was like I'm an actor. And she goes, so am I dear I'm an actress what restaurant you work? Well, you know, I don't work at a restaurant Moore. I'm actually an actor. Just an actor. And she goes. Yeah. And where do you where else do you work? And I said, I got really nervous. And she said, you know, what I've a friend who refuses to say that he is he's an actor, and he refuses to say what restaurant works, and I'm an actress and I worked here, and I'm proud of it, and you should be two toss me the microphone. It's a great introduction. Yeah. And I just did you crush chessy is. Oh, it's been staring daggers. But the okay quick question. The speaking short questions. Yeah. <laughter>? DVD? What is your most commonly used emoji on your phone? Oh, probably the the rose emoji my mother, and I when we text each other always end with a double rows or multiple roses. It's just like our sort of thing. Also, like, the the egg plant and re water draw Trump said, and you get the cherries in front of that and you get packing or peach repeats. Yeah. Ending on or this or. If you this is not a short one. Maybe if you could give t twenty year old speaking of that guy back in that room who was like trying to figure it out with his male friends. If you could give him advice now twenty year old Neil about anything. But like, really solid advice. You sit him down for like, thirty seconds. What would you say? Oh, wow. That's really cool question. You want to know what Neil said next. Well, you're going to have to listen to the rest of my interview with Neil and lots of other guests and to do that. Just subscribe to life is short on apple podcasts or wherever you're listening right now.

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"neil harris" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"neil harris" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"A light at the end of the tunnel for Allston in Texas film industry as Texas lawmakers move another step forward on funding the film and sent his program Texas motion picture alliance has Mindy. Raymond expects the final program budget the land between about five million and fifty million dollars. Explain those proposed program budget's put four by the house and Senate respectively. Hopefully, it will be closer to the fifty million dollar, Mark. Which was the governor's proposed by initially audibles out to that economic development funds. That is where we are as what we are by the alliance's count, the round rock filmed fear, the Walking Dead production hired on more than nine hundred local casting crew spent more than forty million dollars in Texas. Tech shares updates design changes to the loop three sixty at Westlake project this afternoon at a public workshop from four to six river bend church. It's an open house format. There will be a virtual workshop online as well. We've elite now on our website at newsradiokkob E, J dot com. Drives county. Commissioners are set to hear an outline of what a public defender's office. Could look like today, they county has a may tenth deadline to meet if it wants to fly for state grants that would help start the office in the county and new report claims decriminalizing small amounts of marijuana could save the state money and help more people. Find jobs, Catherine Neil Harris with the Baker institute and Rice University says decriminalization. Would clear the record for thousands of Texans. And that would make it easier for them to find work employment prospects. For education housing. Professional licenses would also say the state in counties millions because they wouldn't be prosecuting these cases last year sixty thousand people were arrested statewide for small amounts of pot your KLBJ rate. Our weather watch this afternoon tonight will be cloudy and humid with a shower or two eighty one this afternoon. Low tonight sixty four to sixty eight from the weather center, I'm Heather zehr. Quality sixty five and log art get Austin news on demand at newsradiokkob e Mark Melinda. This attack.

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"neil harris" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"neil harris" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"But even as President Trump shrugged off the notion at the White House Easter egg roll, the chair of the House Judiciary committee, Jerry Nadler was issuing yet another subpoena this time for testimony and documents from former White House counsel, Don Mcgann who Nadler described as a critical witness to many of the alleged instances of obstruction of Justice. Republicans say Democrats are grasping at straws noting Mcgann sat for more than thirty hours of interviews with the special counsel's investigation while Pelosi is rejecting immediate impeachment hearings. She isn't taking it off the table altogether. She said last night, quote, if that's the place that the facts take us, then that's the place we have to go. That is sabinas Nancy Cortes report claims decriminalizing small amounts of marijuana would actually benefit Texas in several ways for starters would help with the labor pool. Katherine Neil, Harris. With rice university's Baker institute says it would remove the criminal record for all those arrested with small amounts. They were sixty thousand people busted last year in Texas. To say that they have a criminal record Anakin have serious negative consequences for employment prospects, but also for education for housing professional licenses. She heads the costs can be prohibitive, Harris County, just moved to decriminalize possession in small amounts. But last year, they arrested ten thousand people at a cost of twenty seven million dollars. Neil Harris ads like drinking and smoking marijuana is a public health issue. Barbara Schwartz NewsRadio ten eighty KRLD seven fourteen traffic and weather together on the aids coming up the Dallas Stars advance in the Stanley Cup playoffs. Now, you can buy tickets to see them play against the predators again on New Year's day next year in the winter classic at the Cotton Bowl. That's coming up gift..

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"neil harris" Discussed on First Things First

First Things First

03:55 min | 2 years ago

"neil harris" Discussed on First Things First

"And then these last year and a half, he's just totally fallen off. That's the part that I don't get, and it's been with two coaching staffs and Oakland two systems in Oakland, the same quarterback, obviously. But that's the part of this that Amaury got to prove when he gets the Dallas price. Aside, I think they paid over sticker. That's a separate discussion. The question is why he went from Pro Bowl caliber player to a guy who in half the games he plays is a non factor. Is there something to now that he's in Dallas? He will be the main focus and mucked that option much that offense. Rather we'll go through him and maybe more reps gets back into the swing things. Whereas in Oakland, it was a little Messiaen offense. This is the thing we've seen. There's no player on Oakland. It has a stellar crew outside of Khalil Mack. Have you look at the last four years when you lose football teams? It's hard to have good numbers. Good football players get turned into mediocre band football players on bad football teams. We don't talk about them and they go off into the abyss. That's what happens on teams. It's not as if the Cincinnati Bengals never had good players, they couldn't cultivate those players. So whatever happened in Oakland was called a lap of developing the player in the first two years in pro football, he was. Appro player already. Did they develop that player? No, we haven't seen that. So the Oakland Raiders who have the developed and the one player who did develop Khalil Mack, they decided to trade him. So it's not as if the Oakland Raiders are some damn think tank for football, and they're going out there just in Hanson players and making them better. We see a lot of good players go to Oakland and end up coming out Oakland, not as good, so it's a new start for him. Let's see what he can do with that quarterback, but it's more important to the quarterback because you can't evaluate your quarterback unless you have a number one receiver, at least they do have one of those. You can say, you don't like the drops and everything. It's called player development still very young player at twenty four because it's tell you. K. Neil Harris out Arezzo state AJ Brown ole miss marquees Brown out of Oakland, Oklahoma, Anthony Johnson out of buffalo. I'll take a more at Cooper over, oh, the all those guys because those guys, those be first round picks. I'll take a Mark Cooper overall those guys, so Dallas could if they throw this season away, they wait on next year's draft and draft. One of those kids. I'm putting my money on Amari Cooper because I know the kid, I know the talent level and he's already achieved. On this level. And I agree with that. I agree with that. I'll take him over. The potential draft picks that they could cause that's your choice, that those are those are your options for me. You mentioned that Prescott it gives them a chance to evaluate who in what he is. I think that's who this this is. The focus is going to turn on him because now Jerry Jones in to have we're giving us the number one getting happen to more coop getting replayed football, like he did alabam. It's going to be nine guys on the field. All right, Oakland. They ain't have to stop the run. They ain't had no running attack. He's gonna hit. Single covered a lot. Oh, single cover absolute just like Alabama. And he was the best player on Alabama's team, but you had to stop them for running. He just helped that. He just helped offense of line and he just helped Zeke get a whole lot better because one on one outside he will thrive in the worst case scenario for Dallas is not that Amari Cooper doesn't regain his first and second year form the word. Worst scenario for Dallas is that he does Dax still looks like we've seen him this past year and a half, and they're like, oh, we need to draft a quarterback. Oh, wait, we don't have first rounder anymore. That's the worst situation for Dallas is that it's not that Amaury doesn't work out that he does work out, but Dak still has issues. And now they have less resources to replace the most important spot on the field. Thank you for listening to the first things..

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"neil harris" Discussed on First Things First

First Things First

03:10 min | 2 years ago

"neil harris" Discussed on First Things First

"This is the thing we've seen. There's no player on Oakland. It has a stellar crew. Outside of Khalil Mack. Have you look at the last four years when you're losing football teams? It's hard to have good numbers. Good football players get turned into mediocre band football players on bad football teams. We don't talk about them and they go off into the abyss. That's what happens on teams. It's not as if the Cincinnati Bengals never had good players, they couldn't cultivate those players. So whatever happened in Oakland was called a lap of developing the player in this first two years in pro football, he was a Pro Bowl player already. Did they develop that player? No, we haven't seen that. So the Oakland Raiders who have the developed and the one player who did develop Khalil Mack, they decided to trade him. So it's not as if the Oakland Raiders are some think tank for football and they're going out there just enhance players and making them better. We see a lot of good players go to Oakland and end up coming out Oakland, not as good, so it's a new start for him. Let's see what he can do with that quarterback, but it's more important to the quarterback because you can't. Valuate your quarterback unless you have a number one receiver, at least they do have one of those. You can say, you don't like the drops and everything. It's called player development. He's still very young player at twenty four because it's tell you. K. Neil Harris out Arezzo state AJ Brown ole miss marquees Brown out of Oakland, Oklahoma, Anthony Johnson out of buffalo. I'll take a more at Cooper over, oh, the all those guys because those guys, those be first round picks. I'll take a Mark Cooper overall those guys, so Dallas could if they throw this season away, they wait on next year's draft and draft. One of those kids. I'm putting my money on Amari Cooper because I know the kid, I know the talent level and he's already achieved. On this level. And I agree with that. I agree with that. I'd take him over the potential draft picks that they could cause that's your choice, that those are those are options for me. You mentioned that Prescott it gives them a chance to evaluate who in what he is. I think that's who this this is going. The focus is gonna turn on him because now Jerry Jones in have we're giving us the number would get rain happen to more Cooper. You getting replayed football like you did alabam. It's going to be nine guys on the field. All right, Oakland. They ain't have to stop the run. They ain't had no running attack. He's gonna hit. Single covered a lot. Oh, single cover absolute just like Alabama. And he was the best player on Alabama's team, but you had to stop them for running. He just helped that. He just helped offense of line and he just helped Zeke get a whole lot better because one on one outside he will thrive in the worst case scenario for Dallas is not that Amari Cooper doesn't regain his first and second year form. The. Worst scenario for Dallas is that he does Dax still looks like we've seen him this past year and a half, and they're like, oh, we need to draft a quarterback. Oh, wait, we don't have first rounder anymore. That's the worst situation for Dallas is that it's not that Amaury doesn't work out that he does work out, but Dak still has issues. And now they have less resources to go replace the most important spot on the field..

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"neil harris" Discussed on Hi Haters

Hi Haters

03:19 min | 2 years ago

"neil harris" Discussed on Hi Haters

"You've had a pretty big transition because I would say like some of your roles, you were basically a younger, Mike, heartthrob like, okay, never you in a lot of the roles that you are in and now you transition to comedy, you've probably been the smoothest of all the old like would have been on bubblegum magazines. Right? Yeah, I was never like. I broke my nose a whole bunch. So I've never been like the pretty boy in that way like Philipe like Ryan growing up like Ryan was -rageous Lee, his ridiculously beautiful, fallen angel, and I was in is yeah, yeah, you can swim in them, but I was, I was the guy who was like, Seth me, Ethan Embry at the time. Maybe Jamie Kennedy. We liked cornered the market on off, beat character actor type guys who have probably going to get you high in the movie. You know, I played a lot of stones for Lyle and stuff like that. But I think the reason I've knock on Woodman have continued to work is I never did like blow up from one specific thing. You know, it wasn't like clueless came out and suddenly I couldn't go anywhere. Still go anywhere on, you know, walk around and whatnot, but I didn't get defined by one rule too early on, so I was able to keep going as opposed to, you know, Matt Culkin who's actually in this movie, Seth and I did together, but like max known as you see him, he's mccully Kokin. You know, it puts his hands to his cheek, you know, who is right. Yeah. So I think I got pretty lucky, not not having one known can like when I go on the street, people will maybe a road trip. They may yield the movie names, but it's not like Neil Harris had it for a while with doogie. Yeah, you know, he was doogie known as doogie. How do you get out of that remark? Pow. Gos-. Ler Zach, right. And more quote, right? And Mark, Paul is still to this day. He still gets sick. Now he's worked a lot and he's also doesn't look like Zach anymore. So it's and he's worked a lot with. I think the difference is if you haven't worked, you get bitter about it where you're like, don't call me Zach. He doesn't care, right. Paul's busy work and he's, yeah. But I got lucky that I didn't have a very signature named character. Voice over. Yeah, yeah. Well, that's great to wrap it up. I just have a quick. Would you rather medieval times addition in honor of crossing swords? All right. It's just going to be quick. Okay. Would you rather get stuck in actual medieval times for ten years or have to eat at the Orlando, Florida medieval times. For ten years, ten years every day. Through the show. Here's the problem is the life expectancy in actual medieval times. If you get a paper cut you dead in three days from gal. True. So I will say eating, but I'll try to be as healthy as I can because after ten years you're going to take my foot off meeting that much medieval times food. All right. See, you're stuck in a joust. You're on the horse. You can either have the jousting stick with no armor or the armor with no jousting stick. Your opponent has both because this is an unfair line of questioning. Okay, so he's got both. Yeah, I have to pick one. Yeah, I'll pick the suit of armor and I'll hopefully be able to Shukan jive. All right. Your your defense last one, twenty foot moat with Gators or twenty-foot stonewall with cauldrons of hot tar hot tar. At the top. There you have it..

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"neil harris" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:29 min | 3 years ago

"neil harris" Discussed on KQED Radio

"That so fasting this year saying you have kind of this play list that swept triggers you to start with and he always i put it on and and it takes me out of this world in to the world of the narrative of the other thing that happens in your story is as these girls become teenagers and become a start growing up sexually they realize there's also a world of danger and here i mean there are predatory man lurking around fears the fear of pregnancy and on which could be disastrous for these girls were those big issues for for you at your cohort is you were growing up definitely that predators right and i think that it's the reality of every girl because i growing up is so visible to the world right in you see bodies developing ns nothing we can hide like an and we don't want to hide it right we don't want us suddenly wear baggy t shirts and have that kind of his ability because we're also celebrating ourselves as coming into adults sudden there's this way in which we want to be desired and and so it is that tricky place of balance that as young as adolescent girls you haven't quite learn jet in terms of pregnancy in my crew i mean we were some kiki girls in this way that we knew we were going to get pregnant because as i think we were too afraid i was terrified my mom said you know he'd better not get pregnant and and you're you can't from pretty religious family at yeah i grew up joe is witness but that doesn't mean i wasn't fooling around but but i knew like the line was john if i were to get pregnant as a teenager my life would be over now it strikes me that this world that you're describing done tend to get into books i mean it's it's fairly unusual literary terrain i mean especially the experience of being the black girl in the '70s in brooklyn i dunno arthur other stories like that well now that there's a great book by brit bennett call the mothers that explores at an actually present day bad i think of tony marcin zula dr neil harris then back in the day but yeah this story i don't think a lot of people are telling it yet and i i think that black girl narrative is so rich and and i didn't grow up reading it and it's so important to me that i.

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"neil harris" Discussed on With Friends Like These

With Friends Like These

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"neil harris" Discussed on With Friends Like These

"You know joe blow playing so low on this session in ninety twenty eight in your like your despite of finding getting into getting very has yet lesson do it now it blows my mind and i don't want to really do what i'm talking about politics but again that's right well here is i'm a politics that others did hardly changed music and galaxies while my husband who my current husband who you need to meet it's an electric music dude and like there's crate digging still but a lot of that create digging happens online it's like all that all it's completely who can do electric music yeah well it looks like associate couple is one thing it's is i'm interested in how you you talked a little bit how use were transition from these very passionate organs about culture into arguments about politics the conquest of cool remember about advertising in the sixties yes we are in the same reading then went dr neil harris attorney and then the next book of mine was called one market under god and it was i was bringing that seizes up to date would up to date in nineteen ninety nine was about the dotcom bubble and these sort of emerging in new economy and i don't know if you remember but i i read every management theory book i could get my hands on at the thrift store i had this stack of the like six feet high in my in my house not a business tighten now like however not elegant that i that trend that went str that led me straight into what's the matter with kansas it was it was it was.

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