17 Burst results for "Neil hair"

"neil hair" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

08:17 min | 2 months ago

"neil hair" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"One of the best deal song. That's incredible. It's a Lego allegedly about a woman. He was talking to at a bar they were him and the horse and Briggs they're all out drinking. This is during Zuma when they recording Zuma and a girl he met at the bar that he calls gale, which I think is a joke. Because gale right. Yeah. You know what I mean. Gail Becker from breaking bad again, right? Yeah. You know what? I mean Gail, the snail from it's always sunny. But? Apparently like he was totally taken with this woman but nothing nothing came of it, and so they all went home and they went up to some cliff. Near Malibu to hang out and do coke and he started writing the lyrics on the car on a piece of newspaper he found. On the car really yeah, and just Kinda of wrote on, and then he played it all night on some kind of pump organ had back at the House. All night long he was playing it pretty much drove all the other guys away. Because he kept playing it over and over again, trying to get it down I. Think this is where James Blunt got the inspiration for air. Hey that's true. I saw your office in a craft place. Don't know what to do because I'll never be. You which is really is really is like. Except Neil. Instantly better. Yeah exactly. That's just an infinitely better right. I. started singing. I don't know what the fuck he's talking about. Those words I'm like, oh it's the same. Song I know the sun I just shut it off when it starts. Yeah so I feel like Josh, the love Josh Josh Johnson J. D. soft absolutely. Yeah. He loves that Shit. He does also Josh Dylan deeply like get the fuck down to closing time by semi. So you know he does. Yeah. That was probably our senior fucking some you know probably like anytime Josh's at a bar and they're like last call he goes to a jukebox place then just looks around. Creepy. Cheer while he does that Weird that was your senior song probably about having baby you know what? Closing time? Yeah. Really it's about his the guy's wife was overdue on their baby and so he was thinking it's closing time. You GotTa Leave Everybody's gotta get the Bar Real. He was totally based. Coming around Dan Wilson the the guy from San okay very underrated songwriter. He does a lot of go songwriting for different bands. He wrote songs for Dell. Did he really? Yeah just for him someone like Someone like you someone like you actually saw. Bailey Co wrote with her but he was part of the still. Yeah. That's a good chunk of integrate. Just a great look. His Solo stuff is really good down. Okay. Yeah. But I have nothing to base this on except for the fact that he's played it on every live album since he wrote it. Bit I think. I think it's going to get that in there. I think this is Neil I. think this is the song. He's the most proud of I don't know why. But my gut tells me that I think he fucking loves the shit out of the song and it's a great song to be proud of this. I don't think it's in my top ten. It's not in mine but I like it a lot I like it a lot. But to me, I think he was like so he did Zuma first of all, Zuma was incredible way better than it should have been no artists should have the run that Neil has for the those first nine albums. So I wonder if when he's at at his tenth, he's like, okay, this is insane. The Beatles had long since broken up do you know what I mean his a lot of his idols had stopped making good music and not that the Paul and they all make but what I'm saying is like. It's very hard for an artist to make this far. So his tenth album. I think this song came out and I think he just was very proud of it and this is based on nothing except my own. That's weird because they recorded it for Zuma but want to put it on there really yeah okay. Got It right and. It was because of I think the rhythm and it was Poncho Frank San Pedro who kind of started playing it differently when they were packing up in the studio the song almost didn't happen. The song was almost one of those songs where they didn't hit the record button because the engineers thought okay, we're done. Synthesizer on this. Yeah. So he did something that Neil Lonnie sings and so on. I, mean the engineer. Shut the tape off. Okay and then Neil's like, no let's do that and they start playing and the engineer went over and hit it. That's why I kind of has that weird just. Click start to it, and so it almost didn't get recorded. Weird. Yeah. But then you didn't WanNa put it on Zuma and then also When he sang, he didn't like his vocals because he had just had throat surgery. Oh I read. Yeah and so he added it's one of those few tunes where he added vocals later. Yeah. This song definitely doesn't have the same. VIBE, as Zuma. You don't think so. Just me don't think I mean the production, the the this the. Few. Listen to danger bird or Cortez, or any very mystical. It's it it just it has a different. Feel in my ears than this one does agree but I will say that this one why I think to your point Luke that I think Neil loves the song because if you go on Youtube and you just look up any fucking Neil young performance other than like the Acoustic Shit meaning whether it be Acoustic Guitar Harmonica or organ and Piano whatever. But him on electric with a band you'll almost always guaranteed see neil. Either beating the shit out of his guitar whether he's like on. Bet Down in front of the like banging with his hand and smacking it and he there's one where he does a day in the life with Paul McCartney, where y'all of his strategy. And he just whips. He. This song is the first song to me in his career where you really feel that live performance of him. fucking the guitar in that way more than cortes. Yep because if you listen to this song he it's insane. Yes. Insane. He's doing shit with his guitar. That's like. What because with Cortez he's still playing. He's still playing a solo in a way that makes sense for the song and I get this song you're like a hurricane and I'm blown away. So that makes sense for the guitar to be like a hurricane but he's still like smacking the guitar. You can hear him like doing shit where he's like really. Different it's not the same as cortes. Cortez's. Is Wild but it's Orchestrated in a way who had the better hurricane theme song Guillin or Neil that's a tough one. Isn't because hurricane such? Great. Really. Tells a great hero I. About Dylan's was it with desires this is seventy seven. So when did desire come on right around this time I feel like it was right after blood on the tracks. I feel like Dylan's probably I, let me see though. But does that John Am I making? Them Yeah I don't I haven't heard Neil dude the shit that he does with the guitar that he now does live all the time and has done for since probably the late seventies eighties where you see him live and he's I mean we've seen he just fucking. He's he doesn't. He's just fucking Neil hair where it's yeah up. Video posted on our. Of Cortes were the telescope. Recording where you really hear that. And you I hear it in decade. Don't you? This is on decade? Yes, it is so. Let me just find out that. Dylan. so we can get that right so. I think it's just a beautiful song of of. So. It's a beautiful tune of a moment you know that. that. We've all been through whether it's with another person or like an opportunity.

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"neil hair" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:36 min | 1 year ago

"neil hair" Discussed on WGN Radio

"And real estate donations WGN sports any maser all right there under way as mention of the women's World Cup final in France today team USA looking for a championship against the Netherlands there now the thirty fourth minutes and Swanee it's Neil all on the pitch sorry I was going to just kind of let that go but now that you brought it up again we're not somebody somebody texts to you know we're talking about hair and no hair and all that and said that I am not bald I am just Neil hair nice **** today's word you want a bottle you want to borrow my old Beatles waiting for nineteen sixty five but that smells nice it's been preserved right you don't we don't want I'll stop here club for men on the way home okay good to know I'm perfectly happy being a bald man by the way I don't need your hair for validation all right Miller thirty fifth stop discriminating against me because I'm bald ball D. ball deep ball D. embrace the bald and breaking the law all the balls right thank you wrote back to you shortly no way no it's in still in handy right now where the thirty fifth minute of this game and it's still nail nail the USA trying to win back to back titles and its fourth World Cup title they have the gold Cup finals coming up tonight in Chicago at Soldier Field B. team USA against team Mexico for the championship there coming up here at the ballpark at twelve thirty five all have your pre game at DJ have the call of one ten of the final game of the crosstown series white Sox and the cubs here on the south side comes when a yesterday six to three what's a girl to try to split this overall four game series with a victory here today and that'll be fawned over going against Kyle Hendricks will reach Robert headed to triple A. after his game today he ended madrigal represented the Chicago White Sox in the American League team in the futures game that is a coming up as a matter of fact that we just got the line ups and Nick matter was gonna hit second and right behind it will be there is Robert hitting in the number three spot NBA contracts became official yesterday the bulls have signed forward Thaddeus young to a three year deal worth forty one million and Kawhi Leonard leave the raptors he signs with the Los Angeles Clippers on the home of the Blackhawks the northwestern Wildcats and white Sox baseball any major WGN sports WGN traffic.

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"neil hair" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"neil hair" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

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

Black Men Can't Jump

04:15 min | 1 year ago

"neil hair" 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 hair" Discussed on The Writers Panel

The Writers Panel

03:55 min | 1 year ago

"neil hair" 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 hair" Discussed on Las Culturistas

Las Culturistas

04:32 min | 1 year ago

"neil hair" Discussed on Las Culturistas

"Out with only door guys. Yeah. That's that's the one requirement. It's warming here for soon. 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 or 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. And did you do that? I did. Yeah. Yeah. I would flirt with drew Barrymore's mom, overly you flirt of Jade, Jade at 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 ideal in downtown LA fifty bucks. Very exciting. Didn't need it because I was on the TV show. I think it was when Webster would come in manual. Lewis would be in the corner, right? It's Neil Patrick Harris over. And that's 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're young young looking kit. What was your fake name? No, as my own name. Okay. It was under Harris so weird MD. Hey white three names. Did you ever think about just Neil hair, always another? Neil Harris in the Screen Actors Guild. Okay. Do you. Speaking of the drag circuit, drag queens, inappropriate words, still try Queen clean. Yeah. Queens, gray queens, great. I mean I say, like no. Drag for a living. But I think queens, do remember that bar on I and I called Waikiki walleyes. Waikiki wall, 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 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 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 neat a 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, 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. Well, you know, I don't work at a restaurant, where I'm actu-. Really 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 friend who refuses to say that he he's an actor and refuses to say what works and I'm an actress and I'm working and I'm proud of it, and you should be two toss me the microphone. That's a great introduction. Yeah. And I just did you crash chess is a friend. Oh, he's been staring daggers, but the okay quick question. The speaking short. Yeah. Limited 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 the double rows or multiple roses, just like our sort of thing. Also, the, the eggplant and reward draw Trump's, and you get the cherries in front of that, and you get the whole packing or peach, peach. Yeah. Ending on or this or. If you this is not a short maybe. But if you could get twenty speaking of that guy back in that room 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. Oh, I bet you wanna know what Neil said next. Well, you're gonna 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 hair" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

04:14 min | 1 year ago

"neil hair" 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 hair" Discussed on View from the Cheap Seats

View from the Cheap Seats

03:36 min | 1 year ago

"neil hair" 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 hair" Discussed on Sports Wars

Sports Wars

08:27 min | 1 year ago

"neil hair" Discussed on Sports Wars

"Hey, real quick. It's your pal, Dan. I ho- sports wars. And obviously, we do our best to take you inside the stories and the emotion of some of the biggest rivalries in sports. But as long as I have you here I wanted to give you a heads up about a new podcast new show that takes on some of life's biggest questions without being too serious about it. It's called life is short with Justin long as you can imagine. It's hosted by actor Justin long. Yes. That Justin long from all of those things that made you laugh while eating popcorn or maybe enchiladas if you were watching at home and on your beautiful, TV, whatever the show will cover entertainment, pop culture, national news, activism, you name it. Well, it won't cover. Sports rivalries. He has politely agreed to stay off our turf there. Thank you, Justin. Anyway, he'll ask smart questions. Maybe some dumb questions, but that's cool to provide some of his own strong opinions. And you know, he's going to bring the laughs expect minimum minimum seventeen rock-solid goofs per episode easily. So get ready as Justin picks, the brains of his guests. Including actor Dax Shepard. Actress Olivia Wilde and actor slash everything. Neil Patrick Harris while great get with that. Here's a preview of life is short with Justin long and while you're listening. Go. Subscribe to life is short wherever you listen to sports wars or find a link in the episode, notes and joy. Have you ever heard about somebody who hates her face because I'm not famous. So this one guy hates my face so much that he wrote about it is names, Mark, that's all I know about him, and he wrote her view for the book less than zero. And this is his review one-star some books are like the face of Justin long. This is a highly punishable face. Don't you just want to punch that smug look right off his corny face? It is a face born for being stomped into the ground. I hate Justin long. Although I loved him in the last few seconds of Jeepers creepers. He was perfect for the role of gutted horror victim. It's amazing that he got to the end of Jeepers creepers hating you so much. That's a good dream life. Good pantry from wondering. This is life is short with Justin long. I'm your host just long night. 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 our 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, get high then like wrapped in pink. And it's all like dressed up fans 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 a weekly interview show for going to be talking to actors musicians thinkers mutes we're going to have a lot of mutes on and mines. We're going 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, and we want to 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 going to be talking a little bit about the world of 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 doorbell guys. Yeah. That's that's the one requirement. It's 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, Dino, you have that you possess that you are known by every I mean, you're very recognized. You a recognizable face. How does that? Again. Not a good thing or 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 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? Oh, I did. Yeah. Yeah. I would flirt with drew Barrymore's. Mom, oh, really g you flew shade. Jay to get 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 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 when Webster would come in Emmanuel Lewis would be in the corner was like Neil, Patrick Harris over and that side. 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. Okay. It was thunder Thunderball Harris. So weird MD. Hey, why 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 tried Queen clean. Yeah. Queens, gray, queens. Great. I I mean, I say like, no. No one dragons for a living. But I think queens are do you remember that bar on? I and I called Waikiki walis new home. Why can't you always 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 were 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 air yet. And the hostess for the show was Anita 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. 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 the refuses to say what Ryan 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. That's a great introduction. Yeah. And I just did you crash chess is a friend. He's been just staring daggers at me off. But the okay quick question. The speaking a short questions. Yeah. Uh 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. Also, like, the the eggplant and re water draw. Trump's. And you get the cherries in front of that. And you get the whole pack peach repeats. Yeah. Ending on or this or. If you this is not a short one, maybe. But if you could give 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. Bet you want to know what Neil said next. Well, you're gonna 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 hair" Discussed on Over My Dead Body

Over My Dead Body

07:55 min | 1 year ago

"neil hair" Discussed on Over My Dead Body

"On this show. We normally deal with heavier subject matter today, we're going to look on the lighter side of things I'm going to tell you about a show that tackles life's tough questions while putting a smile on your face. It's called life is short with Justin long and finds actor Justin long sitting down with some of the funniest and most intriguing people working today from entertainment and pop culture to national news at activism. Justin long covers it all with thoughtful questions, witty commentary, and of course, plenty of laughs. So get ready to join Justin as he delved deep into the minds of his guests, including actor Dax Shepard. Actress Olivia Wilde and actor Neil, Patrick Harris. Here's a preview of life is short with Justin long and while you're listening. Go. Subscribe to life is short wherever you listen to over my dead body or find a link in the episode notes. Have you ever heard about somebody who hates her fame? No because I'm not famous. So this one guy hates my face so much that he wrote about it is names, Mark, that's all I know about him, and he wrote her view for the book less than zero. And this is his review. One star. Some books are like the face of Justin long. This is a highly punishable face. Don't you just want to punch that smug look right off his corny face? It is a face born for being stomped into the ground. I hate Justin long. Although I loved him in the last few seconds of Jeepers creepers. He was perfect for the role of gutted horror victim. It's amazing that he got to the end of Jeepers creepers hating you so much. That's the. Could be a dream life. Good pantry from wondering. This is the life is short with Justin long. I'm your host Justin long night sweetheart. 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 cat explosion of like ecstasy, and then people get like baptism. Oh, 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. A 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 they get the most out of life really because as reestablished 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'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 doorbell guys. Yeah. That's that's the one requirement. So 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 do she, you know, you have that you possess that you are known by every I mean, you're 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 la- 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. Oh, really? You. Flirt him. Jade Jade, get into the club. Are you being serious super serious kidding? So you might get 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. 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 would be in the corner was like here'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 Thunderball 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 to you. Speaking of the drag circuit, drag queens, inappropriate words, still try Queen clean. Yeah. Queens, gray, queens. Great. I mean, I say, no. No, I drag for a living. But I think queens are do you remember that bar on? I and I called Waikiki walis home. Why you always 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 didn't episode of and and we were all there and we hadn't been on the air yet. And the hostess for the show was Anita cocktail she was just surly and fierce, and I signed up, and I went up to sing. And she was. Yeah. 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. 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 the 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 crash chessy is a. Oh, it's been staring daggers. But okay, quick question. The speaking short questions. 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 rows or multiple roses. It's just like our sort of thing. And also like the the eggplant and re water draw Trump said, and you get the cherries in front of that. And you get the whole pack or peach peach ending on or this. If you this is not a short, maybe. But if you could give twenty year old speaking of that guy back in that room who is 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 gonna 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 hair" Discussed on Inc. Uncensored

Inc. Uncensored

07:57 min | 1 year ago

"neil hair" Discussed on Inc. Uncensored

"You've heard the expression. You've probably used at yourself. Life is short. You can't get to bog down into many details, and you have to experience and enjoy the little moments big and small that make up well life. I want to tell you about show that is going to help you do just that it's called life is short with Justin long. Get it and finds actor Justin long sitting down with a lot of today's most interesting personalities from entertainment pop culture to national news. Justin long covers it all get ready to join Justin, it has he delves deep into the minds of his guests, including actor director, Livio, wild actor, podcast, host, Dax Shepard and Neil Patrick Harris. Here's a preview of life is short with Justin long. And while you're listening go subscribe to life is short wherever you listen to Inc. Uncensored. Have you ever heard about somebody who hates her? No because I'm not famous. So this one guy hates my face so much that he wrote about. It is names, Mark. That's all I know about him, and he wrote her view for the book, less than zero and this is his review one star. Some books are like the face of Justin long. This is a highly punishable face. Don't you just want to punch that smug look, right off his corny face? It is a face. Born for being stomped into the ground. I hate Justin long. Although I loved him in the last few seconds of Jeepers creepers. He was perfect for the role of gutted horror victim. It's amazing that he got to the end of Jeepers creepers hating you so much. That's a dream life could be injury from wondering this is life is short with Justin long. I'm your host Justin, long night sweetheart. 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 cat explosion of like ecstasy, and then people get like baptism will get 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. A 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 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, 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 so warming 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'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 lameta 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 kidding? So you might get 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. 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 was like, right? It's 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 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 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 are 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 air yet. And the hostess for the show was Anita cocktail. She was just surly and fierce and I signed up, and I went up to sing and she was yeah. 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. So what restaurant you work? Well, you know, I don't work at a restaurant more. 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 the refuses to say what, what Barack 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 a friend. Oh, it's been 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 the double rows or multiple roses. It's just like our sort of thing. And also, like the, the eggplant and re water draw Trump's, and you get the cherries in front of that. And you got the whole package peach peach. Yeah. Ending on or this. If you this is not a shoreline. Maybe if you could give twenty year old speaking of that guy back in that room, who is 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. That you want to know what meal said next? Well, you're gonna 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 hair" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"neil hair" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"On John Cooley. This news service of j con Rufin Travis county. Commissioners are set to hear an outline of what public defender's office would look like today like as a major tenth deadline to meet if it wants to apply for state grants to help fund it that takes his motion picture alliance. As wide prediction of how much the film incentive program. We'll get from the Texas legislature. The alliance has many Raymond says the state house and Senate had proposed budgets which would fund the programs by about five million dollars from house or fifty million dollars from the Senate to somewhere kind of range is where the final budget is going to come from that will be proposed to the breast of the legislature. Raymond says when that final budget does come out. No more amendments can be made to it democrat m j Hagar has thrown her hat into the ring to challenge, Texas. You a Senator John Cornyn for his seat in twenty twenty. But she's still may have a primary challenger from other Democrats chief among them walking Castro Nagar channels John Carter for his north. Austin congressional seat in two thousand eighteen in lost by small margin. And a new report claims decriminalizing small amounts of marijuana could save the state money and help people. Find jobs Kim for Neil hair is with the Baker institute at Rice University says it would remove the criminal record for thousands of Texans and that would help with employment jobs. They have to say that they have a criminal record, and that can have serious negative consequences for employment prospects, but also for education for housing from all kinds of professional licenses cheeses, and also would save the state in counties money on prosecution in jail cost as last year sixty thousand people were arrested with small amounts of pot. Robert Wood, NewsRadio.

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"neil hair" Discussed on The Tech Blog Writer Podcast - Inspired Tech Startup Stories

The Tech Blog Writer Podcast - Inspired Tech Startup Stories

14:50 min | 2 years ago

"neil hair" Discussed on The Tech Blog Writer Podcast - Inspired Tech Startup Stories

"You're not afraid to pave it like I haven't made it yet. You know, I'm going to consider myself making it when my business gets to eight figures. We should actually hit seven figures pretty soon coming up. And then I can call myself an entrepreneur. I've a mentor who said, you know, until you making seven figures than you know, we, you'll be able to give me lunch. But before then like I've got, we've got employees got ten, local people, etc. But still, but the biggest lesson is, you know, be able to pivot the way I've been able to get to this point is you know, we started in business to consumer b to see we were making money, but not enough. So we weren't afraid to switch to business to business, and then we weren't afraid to switch to this marketing agency. Now that's taking off and you know, consistently growing. So it's, you know, don't if you're, you have to be focused to get the job done. But if you're too focused and you have. Know a narrow site vision like telescope, you're not going to be able to take advantages of the opportunities that are around you. So if there's ever bigger opportunity, right? You got no one to take that risk when you feel it in your gut. And a lot of I mean, lessons, Neil, you know, this is a never ending at that, but you know a lot of the the ways that we were able to make these pivots is whenever I hear somebody doing a startup and failing right or failings, just a dumb word, right? Like is just feedback. There's not making progress, but if they're they're not getting where they want to be. It's because they don't have clear deadlines. I feel like deadlines or like forgotten about today in some of my meetings. You know, I always try to ask for deadline, so like if you want us to a startup, give yourself think of everything you junior company is a test, right? So you can be objective about it, don't, you know, don't fall in love with it. So if you wanna, let's say, start your own podcast like Neil hair, which is awesome, right? CEO k by this day, I will have interviewed x. amount of people. Right. And. If I haven't than I will seriously look at, you know, not doing that because it's not for me. I haven't executed on a properly and if you know once that date rolls around and if you haven't hit your goal, you don't either change your tactic or said another deadline and say hillock by this date. If I haven't had this success metric with podcast, I wanna see, I'm going to completely, you know, I'm gonna stop doing it. I think a lot of people they just have like a a dream that you know, they don't hold himself accountable to fulfilling. So like for instance, I know someone who has a goal of being a, you know, a very successful real estate agent. But you know, it's it's hard to see that she's not hitting her goals. You know, insa very close is a very close person to me, but it's hard to see that she's not hitting her goals every year and it's been like four years. Yeah, it's not that you can't start your own business. It's just that like if something's not working right, you've got deaf. Definitely make the shift. The other biggest lesson I would say is when you're when you're younger, right? And I'm twenty seven something I'm still young, but when you're nineteen, etc. You know, whatever right now is the youngest you'll ever be right, take take those risks. You know, you'll never like spirits are just, you know, infinitely valuable. So like at twenty one with my second company sky real, even though you know, failed forward, we we made maybe about fifteen Cam onto that business max. I Scott into a negotiation with the VP's of journal Scott, and we were talking about two hundred and fifty, five hundred thousand dollar contract for software company. You know, nominee twenty one year olds are going to have that experience of being in that negotiation having that kind of pressure. And that's what allowed me to close six-figure website deal. Because when I walked in, I walked into that deal and I had a hoodie on and everybody's running suits. And I was like, I got this easy. So so take those big risks. If you focus not on getting value from. Others, right? Because everybody wants to get something right. I'm not gonna. Pretend like Neil. If you wanna give me Lamborghini tomorrow, I'll take right. But if you focus on putting value out there, giving value to others and how to provide value to them right then you will actually overtime build up a skill of doing that, right? Whether it be connecting people, creating software, whatever right. Connecting people for me is the easiest thing I can do myself. It's what I really love to do. If you focus on that skill of creating value for others than you know, you build a huge real value value chain, so to speak. And that's, I think a huge thing. A lot of people overlook. 'cause they're so short sighted, you know, in result overnight. I mean, there's so many lessons. I mean, this is that question biggest lessons. There's a, here's, here's the. I guess the biggest lesson of all is there's no one little secret to business, right? The world's not that simple. It's not a light switch. Right success is is a never ending journey. You know, like for instance, I was just completed ultra marathon or thirty one miles two days ago. Right? But I didn't just have that one little goal on there. I, I basically started a little bit by a little bit. Now my fitness journey is continuing just like financial journey or whatever outside of your business as well. You also ruined five different matrix ranging from cryptocurrency two web development and spend your free time doing what you love, which is connecting people. So tell me more about and why it's so important to you. Yeah, Neil. Great question. And I think maybe you share this. I don't know. But connecting people to me is my real is really my my passion because you know, when I was in college, I know I came to America's immigrant and I love the country because it's so great for starring businesses. You don't captain being an entrepreneur or my journey to getting to when I consider myself fully one. But basically, I think it's important to connect people. Because the world is people. That's how the world spins. And if you connect to the right person, they'll change your whole life and I don't know about you kneel. But I mean, that's happened to me infinite amounts of times, you know my life and I will continue doing that. So I think one of the best gifts you can give somebody else is the gift of a connection to another person that can do the same thing for them. You know, it's what people tell me. I'm good at. It's what I love to do when I came to this country as an immigrant of the earlier, I could barely. I couldn't speak English at to learn middle school, and I was kind of not the talkative blabbermouth that you here before you today. So basically, I, you know, didn't speak the language to Sheils to my shell. People thought it was an introvert, but really over the years when I went to high school in college, became a tour guide in, I just start talking and talking more people in realizing the value of these connections, you know. So these meet ups are my way of giving back to people. They're all free. My favorite being co. Founders connect by the way for anyone out there that's interested in co founding a startup, especially in Seattle. I've helped build up this local ecosystem of angel investors venture capitalists, serial entrepreneurs that are all very kind of giving enabled to answer emails and give people their time, and we have monthly events in it's got a close to four thousand meet up dot com members now over thousands on Facebook founders, connect with the first one I started. But yeah, connecting people just only focus on three things, health, wealth, relationships, and you know, relationships can help the other two. I think they're the most important really on a completely agree with everything you say that, and that's exactly why do they show as well every single day of the week. The second goveeign a because, well, he's hopeful Sophy of the jump job hook gave gave an ask, and of course. And of course following me on Twitter, actually, my always say, Gary being following you. Yeah, he's following co-founders. Connect, actually co. Yeah, of course. If we go back to Bruce Lee and bring this full circle applic- he said, real living is living for others to, wow, that is you. You're crushing it. Now that now logic inbound is digital is a digital marketing complete, but can you tell me more about your business problems you solving for customers will tech using ultimately, what makes you guys different from the digital marketing companies? Fantastic. Question Neil. So basically for watching inbound, you know, we on the website, it's digital marketing and we probably refer on say a vast majority of the deals that come to us because we just focus on search engine optimization. So Google organic traffic, you know, again in traffic from Google, not paid and and all the other search engines out there. And what makes us different from other. You know agencies is that we actually spill our number one internal software that gives us a competitive advantage through other agencies. So my tech background, you know, those risks I took when I was younger building software with my cousin were actually helping us now and it gives us a competitive leg-up number two. Unlike other agencies, we actually also get visitor. So as I mentioned earlier in the interview, we just we just hit one hundred thousand visitors to a website that we're gonna. We're gonna head about one hundred ten k. this month and we're going five, ten percent visitors month over month. That's actually getting us clients. We eat our own dog food so to speak. So basically those are you know, some big differentiator for us and you know, it's it's my most successful company yet the other tools that we're using for searchers optimize -ation besides using our own that we built out, we're using tools like a HF's agency, analytics, MAs, I don't know. Have you heard of MAs nail. No, no, I haven't. MAs is the one of the biggest SEO companies out there for search optimization. You know, we do some light conversion rate optimization stuff too, because once you get trafficky to convert it, but really, we also refer that stuff out. We're though the thing we're really good at is getting organic traffic, pushing traffic to people, not what I know straight away about you guys as well as it used to multiple industries, which is e comas healthcare and service businesses just to name a few. And I'm curious despite the different backgrounds of any trends in the kind of problems that marketers and CEOs effacing in these industries in an also how you actually helping them overcome those challenges. Interesting. Interesting question here. So in terms of serving multiple industries, the reason I don't specialize in one rights which is like I have a friend who does dentists in. He does everything for dentists, right? We like to do multiple industries because if something happens to win industry, you know we're still in business so to speak. And then for. You know, the challenges that these businesses business owners are making. They go back down to, you know, when I was nineteen twenty twenty one the exact same challenges every day right now, do I get more customers and how do I get profitable customers? That's why I'm so passionate about solving this problem because that's what I struggled with early on is getting the clients in the door and getting them to pay me. So the way we solve that obviously is by focusing on what kind of organic traffic. You know what their clients are are basically typing in on Google. So what's interesting is I think it comes down to, you know, even if before search optimization optimization is really just an extent of what is that knowing your customer, if you know your client, right? You know what they think about through the whole buying decision decision making process around your industry. It's going to give you kind of a huge advantage. You know, not even kind of it'll give you huge advantage on getting their business and thriving. So that's the. Those are the problems were will solving, and those are the problems that they all have in common. So obviously the way were know, helping them overcome those challenges were driving those visitors to the their website. And based on that, you know, we have Google analytics installed conversion rate tracking. We have that installed in as they're making their purchasing decisions, etc. We can give them more information about, you know what their users like to read with their users, typing in, etc. Sometimes what the business owner thinks they need to rink for online to get clients is completely opposite of or different. I was in opposite, but completely different of what they really actually need to need to rank for would depending on your viewpoint technologies, even going gonna disrupt business, always going to Trump's full and businesses, and every businesses being Trump full by technology and everything is involving. So how'd you see technology Trump's folding? You'll business on the night evolve over the next few years because straight away. One of the big things I would think he's coming your way of course courses, voice search and search engine optimization to voice search. I mean, where do you begin? It has another great question Neil. I'm so basically in terms of voice search, we've actually already begun discussion about building software around it, you know, and and ironically, Google is tech company in of itself, so SEO on, you know, we already are tech company, but technology is constantly evolving and I would say enhancing home company. So I think the future is voice search, you know? So Alexa, Alexa find me a pizza shop, or you know, Alexa or whatever. Siri, where can I go get my laundry done or whatever. Dry-cleaning I think that search is going to be very valuable. Ah, valuable plane SEO and not something we're gonna definitely talk about specializing in today. I actually just got off of a meeting week ago with one of my mentors who actually exactly talk. About waist search. So you know the name in technology is it's never a long-term game, right? It's a game where maybe every ten years twenty max thirty years. Matt in thirty years is like insane. You know, you as time goes on, it gets disrupted faster and faster. The name of the game is really staying current and on top of the trends. So you know, voice search is coming up faster. Also, Google is always going to be kind of providing some automatic results. So for example, you know, they'll suggest answers before you even go through the search engine results. So we're being aware of that and we actually rank for their autosuggestion sometimes on the search rankings. But at the end of the day, right, everybody's I feel like it's always going to be searching something online or using the device to search something right, to connect from one website to another, and really our job as a company is to find out how does your client right? Connect from one. Website to another, you know, through clicking on different links and how do we get those people to click on links that go to your website which is really SEO versus clicking on, you know, pay dad's. There's three

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"neil hair" Discussed on The Tech Blog Writer Podcast - Inspired Tech Startup Stories

The Tech Blog Writer Podcast - Inspired Tech Startup Stories

09:49 min | 2 years ago

"neil hair" Discussed on The Tech Blog Writer Podcast - Inspired Tech Startup Stories

"You're not afraid to pave it like I haven't made it yet. You know, I'm going to consider myself making it when my business gets to eight figures. We should actually hit seven figures pretty soon coming up. And then I can call myself an entrepreneur. I've a mentor who said, you know, until you making seven figures than you know, we, you'll be able to give me lunch. But before then like I've got, we've got employees got ten, local people, etc. But still, but the biggest lesson is, you know, be able to pivot the way I've been able to get to this point is you know, we started in business to consumer b to see we were making money, but not enough. So we weren't afraid to switch to business to business, and then we weren't afraid to switch to this marketing agency. Now that's taking off and you know, consistently growing. So it's, you know, don't if you're, you have to be focused to get the job done. But if you're too focused and you have. Know a narrow site vision like telescope, you're not going to be able to take advantages of the opportunities that are around you. So if there's ever bigger opportunity, right? You got no one to take that risk when you feel it in your gut. And a lot of I mean, lessons, Neil, you know, this is a never ending at that, but you know a lot of the the ways that we were able to make these pivots is whenever I hear somebody doing a startup and failing right or failings, just a dumb word, right? Like is just feedback. There's not making progress, but if they're they're not getting where they want to be. It's because they don't have clear deadlines. I feel like deadlines or like forgotten about today in some of my meetings. You know, I always try to ask for deadline, so like if you want us to a startup, give yourself think of everything you junior company is a test, right? So you can be objective about it, don't, you know, don't fall in love with it. So if you wanna, let's say, start your own podcast like Neil hair, which is awesome, right? CEO k by this day, I will have interviewed x. amount of people. Right. And. If I haven't than I will seriously look at, you know, not doing that because it's not for me. I haven't executed on a properly and if you know once that date rolls around and if you haven't hit your goal, you don't either change your tactic or said another deadline and say hillock by this date. If I haven't had this success metric with podcast, I wanna see, I'm going to completely, you know, I'm gonna stop doing it. I think a lot of people they just have like a a dream that you know, they don't hold himself accountable to fulfilling. So like for instance, I know someone who has a goal of being a, you know, a very successful real estate agent. But you know, it's it's hard to see that she's not hitting her goals. You know, insa very close is a very close person to me, but it's hard to see that she's not hitting her goals every year and it's been like four years. Yeah, it's not that you can't start your own business. It's just that like if something's not working right, you've got deaf. Definitely make the shift. The other biggest lesson I would say is when you're when you're younger, right? And I'm twenty seven something I'm still young, but when you're nineteen, etc. You know, whatever right now is the youngest you'll ever be right, take take those risks. You know, you'll never like spirits are just, you know, infinitely valuable. So like at twenty one with my second company sky real, even though you know, failed forward, we we made maybe about fifteen Cam onto that business max. I Scott into a negotiation with the VP's of journal Scott, and we were talking about two hundred and fifty, five hundred thousand dollar contract for software company. You know, nominee twenty one year olds are going to have that experience of being in that negotiation having that kind of pressure. And that's what allowed me to close six-figure website deal. Because when I walked in, I walked into that deal and I had a hoodie on and everybody's running suits. And I was like, I got this easy. So so take those big risks. If you focus not on getting value from. Others, right? Because everybody wants to get something right. I'm not gonna. Pretend like Neil. If you wanna give me Lamborghini tomorrow, I'll take right. But if you focus on putting value out there, giving value to others and how to provide value to them right then you will actually overtime build up a skill of doing that, right? Whether it be connecting people, creating software, whatever right. Connecting people for me is the easiest thing I can do myself. It's what I really love to do. If you focus on that skill of creating value for others than you know, you build a huge real value value chain, so to speak. And that's, I think a huge thing. A lot of people overlook. 'cause they're so short sighted, you know, in result overnight. I mean, there's so many lessons. I mean, this is that question biggest lessons. There's a, here's, here's the. I guess the biggest lesson of all is there's no one little secret to business, right? The world's not that simple. It's not a light switch. Right success is is a never ending journey. You know, like for instance, I was just completed ultra marathon or thirty one miles two days ago. Right? But I didn't just have that one little goal on there. I, I basically started a little bit by a little bit. Now my fitness journey is continuing just like financial journey or whatever outside of your business as well. You also ruined five different matrix ranging from cryptocurrency two web development and spend your free time doing what you love, which is connecting people. So tell me more about and why it's so important to you. Yeah, Neil. Great question. And I think maybe you share this. I don't know. But connecting people to me is my real is really my my passion because you know, when I was in college, I know I came to America's immigrant and I love the country because it's so great for starring businesses. You don't captain being an entrepreneur or my journey to getting to when I consider myself fully one. But basically, I think it's important to connect people. Because the world is people. That's how the world spins. And if you connect to the right person, they'll change your whole life and I don't know about you kneel. But I mean, that's happened to me infinite amounts of times, you know my life and I will continue doing that. So I think one of the best gifts you can give somebody else is the gift of a connection to another person that can do the same thing for them. You know, it's what people tell me. I'm good at. It's what I love to do when I came to this country as an immigrant of the earlier, I could barely. I couldn't speak English at to learn middle school, and I was kind of not the talkative blabbermouth that you here before you today. So basically, I, you know, didn't speak the language to Sheils to my shell. People thought it was an introvert, but really over the years when I went to high school in college, became a tour guide in, I just start talking and talking more people in realizing the value of these connections, you know. So these meet ups are my way of giving back to people. They're all free. My favorite being co. Founders connect by the way for anyone out there that's interested in co founding a startup, especially in Seattle. I've helped build up this local ecosystem of angel investors venture capitalists, serial entrepreneurs that are all very kind of giving enabled to answer emails and give people their time, and we have monthly events in it's got a close to four thousand meet up dot com members now over thousands on Facebook founders, connect with the first one I started. But yeah, connecting people just only focus on three things, health, wealth, relationships, and you know, relationships can help the other two. I think they're the most important really on a completely agree with everything you say that, and that's exactly why do they show as well every single day of the week. The second goveeign a because, well, he's hopeful Sophy of the jump job hook gave gave an ask, and of course. And of course following me on Twitter, actually, my always say, Gary being following you. Yeah, he's following co-founders. Connect, actually co. Yeah, of course. If we go back to Bruce Lee and bring this full circle applic- he said, real living is living for others to, wow, that is you. You're crushing it. Now that now logic inbound is digital is a digital marketing complete, but can you tell me more about your business problems you solving for customers will tech using ultimately, what makes you guys different from the digital marketing companies? Fantastic. Question Neil. So basically for watching inbound, you know, we on the website, it's digital marketing and we probably refer on say a vast majority of the deals that come to us because we just focus on search engine optimization. So Google organic traffic, you know, again in traffic from Google, not paid and and all the other search engines out there. And what makes us different from other. You know agencies is that we actually spill our number one internal software that gives us a competitive advantage through other agencies. So my tech background, you know, those risks I took when I was younger building software with my cousin were actually helping us now and it gives us a competitive leg-up number two. Unlike other agencies, we actually also get visitor. So as I mentioned earlier in the interview, we just we just hit one hundred thousand visitors to a website that we're gonna. We're gonna head about one hundred ten k. this month and we're going five, ten percent visitors month over month. That's actually getting us clients. We eat our own dog food so to speak. So basically those are you know, some big differentiator for us and you know, it's it's my most successful company yet the other tools that we're using for searchers optimize -ation besides using our own that we built out, we're using tools like a HF's agency, analytics, MAs, I don't know. Have you heard of MAs nail. No, no, I haven't. MAs is the one of the biggest SEO companies out there for search optimization. You know, we do some light conversion rate optimization stuff too, because once you get trafficky to convert it,

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"neil hair" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"neil hair" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"Oh, yeah. I remember that. Oh, man, I just did one. Terry. Just did modern family. Yes. Yes, but the jury thing, yeah, and Peyton Manning was onto Peyton. Peyton was great. I heard I heard because we run in with mango Nilo and yes, ir that nobody could get an edge was with Peyton Manning that you kinda boxed everybody out set show with my my, my story was with him. Sure. So it was, you know, it was all I had done that. You know, I told you, I did that timeline, right? I never come back from the next served right documentary, which is very good. It is very good. I mean, it's still, but so you didn't box anyone out of two. Headaches who told Eric, just I'm not. I don't want to tell tales out of school, but it was great. Okay, it might. It might have run with the stone feet. It Might might have have said said to to me. me before we started shooting, he was nervous, which surprised me because he's so great in the commercial and he's done Saturday Night Live yet on live. And I said, I said, why? Why are you nervous when we're gonna have a ball, he said, well, I'm playing another character. I mean, I'm playing. I'm not playing me. I said, so what he said, well, I'm not. Who am I going to be? Who else can you be. You're eighteen and last one upon reading the script. For the first time you knew modern family would be a winner in the show. It lasts for at least ten years that true false. It's true that I said, it's a hitch show. I don't know how long glass, but I knew it was going to be hit show why. I don't know. I just it just read to me like it's a hit show. Right. And it seems like you guys are having as much fun as ever comes through the toll, really. I mean, it's the luckiest job. It's a great job. Everybody gets along. It's it's. It's like the perfect storm, you know, right being on being on a hit show for ten years and enjoying it, right. I love it. I love watching it always love our chats. When you come here. Thanks, which I do to always keep coming. I appreciate that. That means that means a ton. Thank you for being here. My pleasure at o.'neil hair on.

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"neil hair" Discussed on The Writers Panel

The Writers Panel

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"neil hair" Discussed on The Writers Panel

"And it's again it's great to have somebody seeing it through those is that you don't see it as a writer with us say whenever i in my office and i saw paris with neil hair urine was our line producer whenever you see those two guys come in your office you know something is terribly wrong but they always come in the great ones doing these great ones right here is that they come in with ideas for solutions and solutions it's just not an i'm not speaking for joel joe they probably all figured out but i don't and i don't have the solutions because you guys had the experience of production that that i don't know but i'm learning all the time so i was going to say it's like an pitch it was baseball and there was a struggle maybe speak freely because some forces that were involved in financing the show there should be less baseball and some people who are doing the show us love baseball and love the drama that happened during a baseball game so almost every episode of the struggle with us and we were really united in this was how can we figure out how we can get this juicy baseball i mean this is this episode is about she's almost going to pitch a no hitter how do we do that without playing baseball how do we do that and you know how do we do this great game you know up in candlestick park with just you know one day so we're always trying to figure out the drama how we kept the story going how he made those scenes vital but it was always a puzzle and so part of the joy of kevin and why was the best experience that i've had because he's engaged creatively and wills ideas and we'll go back and forth and we'll work with the director and we'll figure out a way to make it fit in that little packet somehow and a lot of times it is revising the script or somehow director will come up with a new way to do something or way to shoot something that will make it simpler and suddenly we have a show and that's that's the way it show comes together with that clam.

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"neil hair" Discussed on Science... sort of

Science... sort of

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"neil hair" Discussed on Science... sort of

"Remember that episode actually that show let at the radio too so yeah i had a very similar reaction it's not just me we always ends his podcast with like an who's remember tepe looking up and i actually called him out on that when we had him on the show because i'm like there's a lot of that happens down to if you just look down there's some good stuff there too yeah like that's the thing the bigger you are the bigger of target you are you know we're all fans of neil hair but he's very very easy person to pick on just because he is verbose and and also like as much as we like him he is a very much a physicist in terms of he wants to reduce everything down to its simplest components doesn't always work with more complex sciences ira i remember hearing him get called out about when he said something about how has just complicated chemistry evolutionary biologists called in and explain to the astro physicist how actually biology is an emergent property of chemistry and it's not just it was amazing it was one of the few mods or head to be like oh yeah you're right that's a really good point and i was simplistic and it's it's hard to get a physicist to say that yes it is and i mean he is brilliant and awesome and i want more ambassadors for science in all fields but i will tell you that the one of the people i've met recently is bill pretty help create the big banks the show and i had to take up with him they're constant ribbing of geology and i'm like come on we are a science.

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