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Google, LVMH Unveil ‘AI Partnership’ for Luxury Online Shopping

Bloomberg Business of Sports

00:25 sec | 2 d ago

Google, LVMH Unveil ‘AI Partnership’ for Luxury Online Shopping

"Wealthy customers with a personalized experience when they shop online. Google will also work with individual brands like Louis Vuitton and Christian Dior. To enhance demand forecasting and inventory management and help better recommend targeted products to clients. AI will increasingly be embedded into every part of the operation. Karen Chase Bloomberg Radio. What's the true value of your custodial relationship? Ben Harrison of Bien Y. Mylan's Pershing

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Chris Harrison Exits 'Bachelor' For Good in Wake of Racial Insensitivity

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | Last week

Chris Harrison Exits 'Bachelor' For Good in Wake of Racial Insensitivity

"The original host of the bachelor is leaving the show for good terraces hiatus from the bachelor is now a permanent departure from the ABC show the network in the show's producer Warner horizon issued a statement saying that Harrison is stepping aside from the TV franchise the statement thanks him for his work on the show and wishes him well in the future Harrison's departure comes four months after he defended a contestant after she was criticized over photos that shoulder at a twenty eighteen fraternity event with an old south plantation theme is strong defense of Rachel Kerr Connell led some to accuse Harrison of excusing racism in a later online statement Harrison acknowledged he did speak in a way that perpetuates racism I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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Harris, in Guatemala, Warns Potential Migrants: 'Do Not Come'

John Williams

01:46 min | Last week

Harris, in Guatemala, Warns Potential Migrants: 'Do Not Come'

"Border during her first foreign trip since taking office correspondent Clayton Neville says Harris was visiting with leaders of Central American countries. While visiting with the president of Guatemala Vice President Kamala Harris had a message for Central Americans considering making the trek to the U. S. Do not come. Do not come. Harris adamantly discouraged illegal immigration and insisted the U. S will enforce laws and secure the border amid a continued search, and I believe If you come to our border, you will be turned back. So let's discouraged. Our friends, our neighbors, our family members from embarking on what is otherwise an extremely dangerous journey. The vice president stressed the Biden administration's plan to improve conditions in Central American countries by doing away with the desire to leave. She announced the creation of a task force to combat human trafficking and drug smuggling in the region when we see some of the most vulnerable in our communities Being take advantage of Being sold for profit being abused. It should be a priority for all of us who care about the human condition and humanity. Another task force will target corruption, which has been prevalent in some of the region's governments. Our Justice Department, our Treasury Department and our State Department will work together to conduct investigations and train local law enforcement. To conduct their own. The vice president promised community outreach, including a new program focused on creating education and economic opportunities for girls. We will also invest in agribusiness. And affordable housing and supporting entrepreneurs back home. Harrison's trip isn't sitting well with some Republicans who blame

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"t harrison" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour

Pop Culture Happy Hour

06:28 min | 2 weeks ago

"t harrison" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour

"I'm linda holmes. Npr's pop culture. Happy hour team is off today. So we're bringing you an episode of the podcast. It's been a minute with our pal. Sam sanders he talks with the comedian and actor pattie harrison takeaways. Sam listeners heads up. This conversation is a little raunchy. I mean a lot raunchy. My guests and i are going to talk about sex and poop and she will use profanity. Perhaps not the best for kids but it sure is a fun chat. Hey al sam sanders here. You are listening to. It's been a minute from npr. So i think the best way to introduce my guest is to play a little bit of this weird and strange and hilarious video of hers and welcome to patty reviews. I'm here with the nature neck. We have a enduring milk. Snake you got an as it from glass. No no no. No that is comedian actress. Patty harrison and this video is bonkers. It set up like one of those morning news segments where the newscaster holds a furry exotic animal and zookeeper offers up fund backs. But in this one reviews. The snake on this. Nick has no legs. That means no gap. Where's your thigh gap throw. This animal is a martial artist. The other person in this video you really can't tell if he's in on the joke or not it's also awkward and patty just keeps going. What does a milk. Knicks diet consists of all snakes or carnivores every single one of them so actually gets frozen mouse. Popsicle like from van lewin similar. It's fun there. Exactly but We got to produce this pet likes ice cream and same girl say and by the end of this patty ends up offering a final review of perhaps a different animal conclusion. I give this dog five out of five. Great dog fun. No legs weird face office no ears. You may have seen patties absurd kostic yet. Charming comedic stylings and her supporting roles in shows like search party and broad city and all three seasons of shrill but patty came on this show to talk about a different kind of role that with the new film in which she is the lead in a romantic comedy. I didn't know you had a boyfriend. I felt that should have come from the inner woman. Who's you just hope with that guy. Are there multiple prices. Are you mad about the clogs. I'm not mad about the pause. I just mad because there was a random penis really close to my own more. Maybe you'd you know that the baby is not like in my china. that is patty opposite. Ed helps they are the stars of the new movie together together. This film kinda subverts. The romcom a few ways in this movie. Patty plays a young single woman who agrees to be adjustable surrogate for a straight single man in his forties. The reviews are already coming in and everyone loves patty in this movie in this chat. We'll talk about just how different this role is compared to. Maybe everything pat. He's ever done before and will discuss the significance of patty. A trans woman playing a pregnant woman. Onscreen also as i mentioned earlier we will talk about poop because why not all right. Here's pattie harrison. Enjoy we gotta talk about. Your movie is getting some really good reviews. it is called together together. How would you this mortal kombat. Yes yes which. I i play. I play a character named sonia. Play age and and I enter the tournament At a with my with my partner johnny cage. I don't. I'm i'm just trying to piece together what i think this. I am actually very excited to see other mortal combat the other mortal kombat movie together together is at its core a spiritual companion piece to mortal kombat. So you're seeing mortal combat. I hope you're also together together. Because they're very similar foams very very similar and like the endings. Totally exactly the same correspondent. Yeah together together comes out today. How you feeling I feel crazy. Feel i don't know. I feel like i'm just pretty anytime. I have a lot of emotions happening at one time. Just everything gets really like muddy. Like i feel just like in a haze or something. So it's exciting. I'm really scared to. I don't know it kind of feels weird to like. Be at a place where it's like people are getting vaccinated but it doesn't seem like enough people are getting vaccinated. So it's like it's like the movie are together together. Gets us the release. And i'm like well i don't wanna push everyone to go to the editor goes. I wasn't caveats. it's like it will also be streaming soon. It'll be like video-on-demand soon. So it's like don't get sick or get someone else sick to see this movie. You can go go see a five times. Go see at times and then just be in just be like but can trails as well. We really got to be worrying them out Up in you terrier massgov underneath is where your mask would be like an american flag tattoo. All the broths your face. And then he's singing for these national anthem or whatever. Wow i love the turn. Your mind makes i really did is expected to have a reference pop up but that was nice to rest in peace forged. Thank you for your service. I feel like joe at the idea that like maybe we had passed away and but i feel like it also sounds like i'm making a joke about like fergie's career being over which i think i think she's got a long road ahead of her still. Y'all so i don't i. Yeah.

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DoverXfinity Recap, Cindric Wins

The Final Lap

01:24 min | Last month

DoverXfinity Recap, Cindric Wins

"Expanding series race recap from the monster mile at dover. Were austin syndrich past justin all guy with fifty one laps to go and he never looked back. He grabs the mask up. Concrete miles the monster trophy pretty cool. There's just few places that really have the same intensity throughout just one lap. I mean it's really hard. It's obviously quite shopping race here. Obviously we were able to make it better from from sixteen starting our biggest challenge of course of the race and kind of pick away through but now ever since i came here the first time at this place is allowed since i started racing expanded and we took off. This really wanted to hear so bad. And i definitely had the desire join today. Because you know retouched ask you respond to restart and to be able to really showcase our car clean air very very excited. Josh bury continues to impress with a second place. Finish followed by justin all geyer. Aj almond dinger tie gibbs rounding out the top five point standings look like this five to one jeb burton. Aj almond dinger harrison burden and daniel hamrick is in second place sixty two points. Back of leader austin syndrich. Now with three wins. This season bob. Next for the expecting series is circuit of the americas in austin texas road course racing on saturday four. Pm eastern on fs one.

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Nats Defeat Yankees 11–4

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | Last month

Nats Defeat Yankees 11–4

"The nationals took advantage of three Yankees errors to score six times in the eighth inning of an eleven four route in the Bronx Josh Harrison slammed a three run Homer that put the nets in control we got prison with more opportunities no drive guys in today and you know we got it done so it was exciting to to have one of these games have one of those innings as well and it was it was a full team effort program to get the first game of the series Erin judge made the first error of the inning infielders DJ lemay you want Gleyber Torres also made a fitting miscues Juan Soto editor two run blast in the ninth Josh Bellamy young combs also went deep as Washington ended a three game losing streak let me hear what Gary Jack let me heal and Gary Sanchez homered for New York I'm Dave Ferrie

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76ers Rout Hawks 127-83 to Clinch Playoff Spot

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | Last month

76ers Rout Hawks 127-83 to Clinch Playoff Spot

"Seth curry scored twenty points in the seventy Sixers built a huge lead in at one twenty seven eighty three thrashing of the hawks the bias Harrison Jo Ellen beat each added seventeen points for the Sixers who joined Brooklyn as the only teams in the Eastern Conference to wrap up a postseason berth Philly trails and that's by one game for the conference lead and beat says they have the talent to win the championship is a long wall well you know you gotta be focused for about ten we have over there with me on to make it happen so it's all about most common then you know just you know dominating everywhere John Collins scored twenty one points and Solomon hill added fourteen for Atlanta which is one game behind the Knicks for fourth in the east I'm Dave Ferrie

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Biden Flanked by Two Women as He Addresses Congress in Historic First

Michael Berry

00:51 sec | Last month

Biden Flanked by Two Women as He Addresses Congress in Historic First

"An important night for President Biden on the eve of his 100 Today in office Way air going to be seen History tonight the his dork Nature the first presidential address from this Newly like the President Jo Biden T. The Joint Session of Congress History on the rostrum with two women Vice prez Ident. Harrison Speaker Dance E. Pelosi For the first time, two women representing the United States government, uh, on the stage, there's gonna be a lot On the line for president by this is a mission partially a comp list moment where he has got the stimulus he had the IQ on Ammi is growing jobs or being created. But his big agenda item passing the infrastructure bill getting more so shall well thirst spending. Very much at stake right now, with this with this presidency and with this speech tonight

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Phoebe Waller-Bridge Joins New 'Indiana Jones' Movie

Nerd On! The Podcast

00:37 sec | 2 months ago

Phoebe Waller-Bridge Joins New 'Indiana Jones' Movie

"Any engines. Five has hired an actor to join the movie cast. And it's someone. I'm i'm very very excited about it. Is phoebe waller bridge. you're unfamiliar with. She wrote created and starred in fleabag. She also wrote the new james bond movie. That's coming out. And she is going to write and star in the new. Mr and mrs smith with donald glover. She's a she's incredible person. She's going to be joining the cast of indiana jones. Five for obviously. We don't know anything about the roles of the pot or anything like that except that harrison ford will be returning as jones. Because he's i'm indiana

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Phoebe Waller-Bridge to Star in New 'Indiana Jones' Film

Mark Blazor

00:48 sec | 2 months ago

Phoebe Waller-Bridge to Star in New 'Indiana Jones' Film

"Co star in the next installment of the Indiana Jones franchise, has been selected. Lucasfilm and director James Mangold have their sights set on Harrison Ford's first new co star in the next installment of the Indiana Jones franchise sources tell Deadline that Phoebe Waller Bridge is set to co star opposite Ford in the fifth film with Ford Returning is everyone's favorite fedora wearing witty archaeologist. Good afternoon, Dr Jones. I'm gonna kill you right now, not a very private place for emergency. Well, these Arabs don't care if we kill each other. They're not going to interfere in our business. Hope is to start production this summer. With Lucasfilm and Mangold meeting with talent for other roles in preparation, details are still vague about what new adventure awaits in. Deanna Jones, but the film is set to premiere on July. 29th 2022, Mary Course.

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Your Brain on Facts: Trivia Round-Up

Your Brain on Facts

02:06 min | 2 months ago

Your Brain on Facts: Trivia Round-Up

"Let's kick this off with a fact number one about the guinness world record. It only costs five dollars to apply for a guinness world record but if you want an official adjudicator with a stop watching a clipboard to come watch you do it. That'll run ten thousand dollars. An adult queen bee's body can be twenty five percent ovary by wait until sixteen. Seventy people thought that high f- life revolved around a king. Be a shocking assumption. I know until one was examined under a microscope. And the biologist was surprised by the size of the king's ovaries skylight. Charlie see-saw half moon regretful. Climb silence mill and patriotic shorter art racehorses. They were nicknames for the guillotine. Oh fellow brainiacs. I'm dan pugh. And i'm shana harrison. According to the oxford english dictionary. Elvis has left. The building is used to express. The finality of situation on a person has died or made a dramatic or notable exit as early as nineteen fifty-six the phrase was commonly used as a public announcement at the end of singer elvis presley's concerts to inform the fans. There was no possibility of his performing another encore so it was a literal usage. The phrases earliest figurative use was an allusion to his death on august sixteenth. Nineteen seventy seven. My favorite is to use it. When tents argument has just ended and both of the people in a storm off and then me and the other bystanders. All like oh. That was really weird. Yeah i could really lighten the mood. Join us on a whimsical adventure of idioms and other turns of phrase on bunny trails word. History podcast the groundbreaking movie. Akira was the most expensive anime when it was created in one thousand nine hundred eighty eight costing seven hundred million yen or about six point three million dollars five point. Three million euros adjusted for inflation. That's about fourteen million dollars today

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Philadelphia 76ers trade for Oklahoma City guard George Hill

The Bill Simmons Podcast

01:15 min | 3 months ago

Philadelphia 76ers trade for Oklahoma City guard George Hill

"Talk about philly because we haven't talked about philly in the pod yet philly. We talk a little bit earlier. We're talk about yeah. You should get george hill. Basically for free over paying a premium price for cholera. that makes sense to me Russillo as george hill crunch time you see in the game last five minutes for them or do you think he's a bench guy It depends on the defensive match up. Because you've got to figure like all right. If seth is closing to give you their spacing i think their best to man group and this can be a little misleading embiid and steph curry this year. So you know simmons is gonna finish so you need spacing probably more than harris thy bible. Nine harris has been on an absolute tear to here. so he's he's stepped up big time and their defense is still been incredible for the month of march even with be missing games Yeah but i. I would think they made. Look at as a seth or george hill thing Around simmons around harrison and figure out the other wing so it may not just always be seth and the other three guys with george hill. But i think this at least gives you a little bit more size there. And i don't know how much you put in any of the george you saw from oklahoma city this year. Because you know i mean. Those didn't even need those guys at times because the thunder keep winning some of these games. I can't believe they're winning with the group. They put out there.

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Philadelphia 76ers trade for Oklahoma City guard George Hill

The Bill Simmons Podcast

01:15 min | 3 months ago

Philadelphia 76ers trade for Oklahoma City guard George Hill

"Talk about philly because we haven't talked about philly in the pod yet philly. We talk a little bit earlier. We're talk about yeah. You should get george hill. Basically for free over paying a premium price for cholera. that makes sense to me Russillo as george hill crunch time you see in the game last five minutes for them or do you think he's a bench guy It depends on the defensive match up. Because you've got to figure like all right. If seth is closing to give you their spacing i think their best to man group and this can be a little misleading embiid and steph curry this year. So you know simmons is gonna finish so you need spacing probably more than harris thy bible. Nine harris has been on an absolute tear to here. so he's he's stepped up big time and their defense is still been incredible for the month of march even with be missing games Yeah but i. I would think they made. Look at as a seth or george hill thing Around simmons around harrison and figure out the other wing so it may not just always be seth and the other three guys with george hill. But i think this at least gives you a little bit more size there. And i don't know how much you put in any of the george you saw from oklahoma city this year. Because you know i mean. Those didn't even need those guys at times because the thunder keep winning some of these games. I can't believe they're winning with the group. They put out there.

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NASCAR Atlanta XFinity Series Recap Allgaier Wins

The Final Lap

01:24 min | 3 months ago

NASCAR Atlanta XFinity Series Recap Allgaier Wins

"Nascar xfinity series race recap from atlanta motor speedway over the weekend martin tricks. Junior was racing in this one. In fact he led the most laps on the day at one hundred and three but a pit road penalty handed the lead over to just an all star who held off tricks for twenty six lap. Run to the checkered flag. I didn't know if i can do anything different. You know. i didn't know if there was any options that i needed to change my line. And katie did a great job of just kind of coaching me through. Just just keep it in your marks. You hit the line year running You're gonna be in great shape and that's what what led to the victory lane and you know it's It's really special. We we've not been in victory lane since we lost audi and you know it's it's been an emotional win probably as much as anything but My wife and daughter here. This is the last one they get to travel to obviously can't go to victory lane but Just just probably guys. We'd great pitstops all day. We make good adjustments all day and ultimately came down to the end where we just We put ourselves in the right spot and ultimately workout for us true x. up second harrison burden was third noah gregson and aj almond dinger rounds out the top five. Some pit road fighting broke out between daniel. Hamrick and noah gregson nascar issued no penalties for the altercation. Point standings look like this. Justin haley is fifth. Aj harrison burton daniel hammered is in second forty six points back of austin syndrich. The series is taking a little break as they head to the short track at martinsville. Next april ninth

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Mohegan Gaming Set to Operate First Tribal Casino in Las Vegas History

Gambling With an Edge

01:58 min | 3 months ago

Mohegan Gaming Set to Operate First Tribal Casino in Las Vegas History

"Our guest is gaming. Attorney bob harrison hall of fame member dollars bob recession. Welcome to gambling with an edge. Always a pleasure. Thanks for having. You're quite welcome in your book. The law for gamblers entitle. Your chapter on tribal casinos as indian gaming o. m. g. w. t. f. The chapter tells gamblers to beware of gambling at indian casinos because of the protection of the us citizens are entitled to are not always honoured at travel casinos now. The mohegan sun in connecticut is a tribal casino. And next week they're opening up. What used to be the hard rock casino in las vegas and is calling it virgin casinos. Which is an interesting name for las vegas casino Do you think there we should treat this as a tribal casino or just a regular nevada casino. My best guess is. This is a sovereign indian tried entering into the open american market and they won't have any Saverin indian protections in that sense because this is not an tribal land. It is an american transaction within the state of nevada and within our system commerce. So i'm pretty sure that. The nevada gaming control board in the nevada courts avi of stuff that would apply are going to apply to this casino in its personnel while acting within the state differences. They're acting in the state of nevada. They're not acting on indian on indian tribal land.

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‘Bachelor’ Matt James Dumps Show Winner Rachael Kirkconnell Over Racist Past

Mark Simone

03:06 min | 3 months ago

‘Bachelor’ Matt James Dumps Show Winner Rachael Kirkconnell Over Racist Past

"It. What's going on with the bachelor? They're having a little ratings trouble. The bachelor had a lot of trouble last night. Um, For one thing, this is the end of the season for with the first black bachelor and you know that there was a big scandal that unfolded. Wind up round up, knocking out Chris Harrison, the host of the show, who was not on last night. He was replaced by another guy named Emmanuel Art Show, and Chris Harrison is probably out for good from the Bachelor world. Next fall. They're coming back with two seasons of the bachelor red. He's not hosting it. On. The reason is That the black bachelor Matt James chose as not to be his fiance, But I don't know what his winner of the final Rose Ah white girl from the South who had participated in Plant, a plantation party. I didn't even know apart. We don't know about this in New York, Dewey, a plantation party. They go. They rent out plantations and dress up like it's the before the civil war. And the governor's these southern governors with the black face from years ago or the sick? Yeah, And who knew that this was going on? I mean, we don't in New York. We don't know about this, but This was a shock that this girl participated in this ante bellum party and subsequent when the news got out in the pictures were published in all the tabloids, especially the English tabloids picked us up very fast. And what happened was Rachel Lindsay, who had been the first black bachelorette Interviewed Chris Harrison for extra and showed him these pictures and said, What do you think of all of this? And he defended it and said, Well, I don't know. Maybe this was okay a couple of years ago to be doing this. Well, certainly not ever OK? And, uh, Rachel Lindsey said Theo said to Chris Harrison on extra. We'll look at these pictures of this plantation party. What role would I play in this party? Well, obviously, the role would be slave. And this was like this stopped. This ended Chris Harrisons career cold and stop the conversation. And this woke this guy. I met James up to the fact that this girl that he had sort of proposed to, uh, you know, had persisted. Hated in this racist party. Well, of course last night on the show. He dumped her for good. And and she had Tonto try and explain, although very inadequately how she got involved in all of this and that, and she said she never even thought of it. If anything, She started dating a black man on the bachelor and didn't think to herself. Oh, you know, two years ago, I participated in this completely racist activity. It didn't even dawn on her. So, uh, you know, very strange stuff. The audience really tuned out during this conversation about race last night. They did not want to hear it. They only want to know about the bachelor and bachelorette when it comes to rose petals on the bed. And, you know, flying and hot air balloons. You know over Mexico, but they don't want to know anything bad that's

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Daily - Phoenix XFinity Recap Cindric Wins

The Final Lap

01:20 min | 3 months ago

Daily - Phoenix XFinity Recap Cindric Wins

"Desert racing over the weekend at phoenix. Raceway xfinity series action. Where austin syndrich totally dominated this race. He led one hundred and nineteen laps on the day and picks up his second win of twenty twenty one so we lost track position there after the after the stage break on the road and we're able to overcome a couple of spots best not enough as restarts played out and then obviously the final stop there. My guy said great job. So i'm trying to like i said before that we gotta stay in a position to be on executing and me for for me to do my job you know. We only have three cents tired of the race. So i knew it was going to be going to be a challenging third stage no matter what throughout of so trying to figure out how to manage that ron and matters that lasts seven tires was was a challenge. But it's it's a good day was executed well on many fronts. And there's definitely some things can tie. Gibbs continues to run strong in the upper series of nascar in second place. In this one brandon brown was third riley herbst and aj almudena rounds up top. Five point standings look like this harrison burn is in fifth and he got ag almundena jeb. Burton daniel hamrick this week's guest on the final weekly is forty-seven points back of leader. Austin syndrich the xfinity series heads to atlanta this coming weekend

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Miami Beach police disperse 'unruly' spring break crowd

Talk Radio 1190 KFXR Programming

00:31 sec | 3 months ago

Miami Beach police disperse 'unruly' spring break crowd

"Bombs by day, but at night, it's not uncommon for college kids celebrating spring break to stir up some trouble. This weekend, Police in Miami Beach fired off pepper balls to disperse a crowd of about 200 people that police described as aggressive and unruly. One teenager from New York was arrested after police say he pushed in officer Then started kicking to avoid being put in handcuffs. Authorities also say one officer, body slam James Harrison, after the 19 year old grabbed the color of an officer's vest. Ah

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"t harrison" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:47 min | 3 months ago

"t harrison" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Harrisons. Absence from the Bachelor franchise will continue with the upcoming season of the Bachelorette Harrison side step away after publicly defending racially insensitive behavior by one of the contestants. Costa Mesa Man is facing charges of attacking a transgender woman with a skateboard, Prosecutors say 23 year old Johnny Santos Marino threw a homophobe ex slur at the victim Thursday before he repeatedly hit her with the skateboard. He was arrested on multiple felony counts. One person is dead after a car crash and Sacramento police say the incident took place on Saturday near the colonial village. Neighborhood. Officers responded to power in road near through Ridge Avenue around 2:30 A.m. to find a pedestrian with severe injuries. The driver was uninjured and cooperated with police. Once the sacrament of fire department personnel arrived, they declared a pedestrian dead at the scene. I'm er well belong Sacramento traffic from the KFBK trapping senator reduced lanes tonight on South found five. But before we do that westbound 50 connector ran to South bound by will be closed. Starting a midnight produced lanes on south Bound five from 50 to Florin Road. That work goes on through 71 of the South Bound five foreign road. All France is closed until seven. Both of the South bound five on ramps of foreign rotor closed until seven and finally in south Bound. Five. The pocket road on rap is closed until seven party construction Project online five crash Hazard up ahead. Let us know about it on the KFBK traffic tip line and a pound to 50 State traffic traffic. Every 10 minutes mornings and afternoons news 93.1 kfbk on 15 30 A m and your I heart radio app Now Sacramento weather Mostly cloudy overnight low 41 45 Rain Develops late Sunday High 57 to 61.

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Former contestants to replace Chris Harrison as hosts for "The Bachelorette"

News, Traffic and Weather

01:42 min | 3 months ago

Former contestants to replace Chris Harrison as hosts for "The Bachelorette"

"The bachelorette Chris Harrison, who was held the franchise from the very beginning will not host the next season of the show. Ah, stunner sure to have a major reaction and bachelor nation and beyond. This really has been a wild season. A major shakeup for bachelor fans, ABC Entertainment and Warner Horizon announcing long time host Chris Harrison will not return for the next season of the Bachelorette. Saying in a statement. Former bachelorettes Tasia Adams and Caitlin Bristowe will support the new batch threat through next season. High guy already Harrison is under fire for defending contestant Rachel Kirk in L already like completely falling in love with you. Kirk Adele sparked controversy when she liked photos containing the Confederate flag on social Media and pictures of her attending a plantation themed college party went viral. Harrison defended crocodiles. Actions to Rachel Lindsay, the franchises first Black Bachelorette. It's not good. It's not a good Rachel. Is it a good looking 2018? Or is it not a good look in 2021? Because there's a big difference ever the uproar pushing Harrison to apologize and speak out to GM. A. It was a mistake. I made a mistake. AM in in perfect man. I made a mistake and I own that The host was already forced to step back from this season's after the final Rose special with producers choosing former linebacker Turn New York Times bestselling author Emanuel Ah Chou to step in. I don't believe in cancel culture. I believe in accountability. I believe in understanding. I believe in growth. Now, the show's producers say they are supporting Harrison with quote the work he is committed to doing.

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"t harrison" Discussed on The Three Questions with Andy Richter

The Three Questions with Andy Richter

04:04 min | 4 months ago

"t harrison" Discussed on The Three Questions with Andy Richter

"I'll do anything for money. Mr mr oxford's and gingham blue gingham shirt But yeah that was my first official writing job. I think i was just trying to do comedy at that time to figure any. I didn't really know exactly what i wanted to do. I knew that maybe. I wanted to like actor. Get to right or something. But there was no clear Like explicit goal at that time it was just like i'm just gonna keep focusing doing comedy until someone notices them. Go from there and that was it. Yeah and you've worked on some really fun stuff you know you've worked on some really fun shows. I mean i think you. I feel really fortunate. I know that's like very cliche. Like not articulate. But i think originally. I moved to new york because i wanted to do. Snl that was kind of the dream that was like a lot of people. Do that is like just doing it common. Yeah everyone like everyone in my college improv troupe was like you know doing improv. And then they were like we're gonna move to chicago and then we were like i was like we're all going to move to chicago together. Like be an improv group. And then we're all going to get on us now. How that's like your college dream. And then they all they all kinda did move to chicago except for like one person moved to la Sam if she's listening Him yeah no he is. I think He would he would enjoy it a lot to get his shutout on. He's an angel Tomorrow it's his birthday but my time comes out probably won't be Happy belated birthday But yeah i think by the time. My got to the point where i was i think able to possibly like showcase for snl. There were like other realizations. That had happened. Where of the seemed like it would be like a really stressful job. It seems like a stressful place to work Feels like. I'm maybe not cut out to do that. And it doesn't have the things that like. I actually thought that. I like the things that i want out of my my job and my career. I don't think it would necessarily do this. Things and So that was kind of like a reorienting in terms of like you know. Okay what what else am i going to do. And i think i've gone gotten a lot of co opportunities by being open to like ideas like having kind of the bullet points of a plan but being really receptive and open to like change in opportunity and like knowing that like i think the more i try and have like full control over something more stress because i have absolutely no control over anything at all. Yeah i think you're you're right on in terms of like you know when you have to give up the air quotes dream of snl. Because one thing. I came that i came to realize as i get you know started out. Doing this stuff is that it's so much better to make your goal a process rather than a position. Because if your if your goal is to like a my mind is kind of like well. Just get better at things and to see where this goes you know and and and that's especially now you know it's only natural for you to have like thought of like i'm gonna get on this and when you're a young person interested in doing this kind of comedy if you're a standup i guess you'd think i wanna get a half hour and then i to get on a sitcom or something but if you're a sketch performer. Where what else is there. But like kind of the snl so it is like. That's that's what your goal is but then it's also strange stuff online and their stuff in..

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"t harrison" Discussed on The Three Questions with Andy Richter

The Three Questions with Andy Richter

03:21 min | 4 months ago

"t harrison" Discussed on The Three Questions with Andy Richter

"A town called york ville which is about seventy miles west of chicago Which might as well have been two hundred miles from chicago for as much as we. You know took advantage of the major metropolitan area. We were terrified of chicago outside of bears games and cubs games why why terrified chicago. Well i think Because it was the big city and it was scary. And i'm sure a big part of it was because there were people that weren't white there was probably a big deal To most of the people in my town But yeah no it was just. The city terrifies people from small towns. You know. yeah yeah i mean. Wasn't everybody worried when you kind of decided that were going to live in a city. Well yeah. I mean my the town that i grew up in was pretty conservative. Almost white. I remember seeing on the fences. One time that the race breakdown on the Of our town networks like it said like zero. Asian people and i was like this my family not on the census Like the only asian people. But i was like i feel like we should be inaudible zero but i think lake. We were on the outskirts of like this town called grove city. That was like a strip mall. Sort of town you know. It had all the hits that had Charlie's ruby tuesday ruby tuesday What red robin Walmart game stop. chili's no chilies notre. Chili's yeah i don't. I don't think there was like i think there was maybe a chili's in columbus but they're actually I think there's more. Chilies may be in cincinnati. Which is like you know the that cultural mecca for first chile on spaghetti They could handle the spice of chile's there and i don't even know if it's really spicy. It's handling just like the full tilt shock. Ross diarrhea. The these guys like looking at well. That's why the menus laminated geyer. So you can sit on the toilet when you're going for like if you drop this anything you can. Airborne bacteria can be wiped right. That's the new digital bacteria so hostile environment is ecologically like so hassle. That new diseases format chilies. All the time. I like i said do like chilies. Absolutely no chili's is. It's it's reliable terrible you you don't have to go to bat for chili's i was on another podcast recording today where i was talking about. Chile's much really like a six. Am podcast about. Chile's their official podcast young waking up with chile. How many kids are.

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"t harrison" Discussed on The Three Questions with Andy Richter

The Three Questions with Andy Richter

03:25 min | 4 months ago

"t harrison" Discussed on The Three Questions with Andy Richter

"Hey everyone. I'm talking to patty harrison on the podcast and you didn't even know it. I how are you patty. i'm. I'm okay i feel fine. This is like kind of this. The first time i've i think i've done like a morning like i think this is pretty formally the morning like yeah nine thirty. That's an in podcast. Were that's pretty early. Are you working today do you have. Are you working on a on a show. And i getting you out of a writer's room to do this. Now i i. Have you know some scattered meetings over zoom a. That's kind of that's kind of it. I have to go pick up a some prescription allergy medication at some point in pickup shoes that i left daro. Yeah if someone borrowed your shoes and you have to go pick them up. Yeah.

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"t harrison" Discussed on Do By Friday

Do By Friday

06:57 min | 1 year ago

"t harrison" Discussed on Do By Friday

"About your your lady. You'RE A lady. Your Middle Finger is longer than your third finger. Then you're more likely to die of colonel or less. I can't remember state depends where you start counting. I guess yea from the measure from the baser or I started the taint it has to do something with testosterone. Oh always start from the balls. Otherwise it doesn't count for the balls doesn't count. That's that's yeah in these troubled times. I think I'm about nine hands tall. If I was a horse I'd be a kings arm. Yeah Kings Really. Make them happen again. As a unit of measurement. Is it like a Cuban? Yeah it's basically. Yeah so this is not I am not. This is not what would that. No I thought I thought it was elbow Max. Maximum about measurements. What's the cubit beats me you know about? Arc's I probably I. It was probably one of those things I had to learn Hebrew school. I think what is a cubit? What Cube it? Let's learn about Cuba. It's yeah I with you Anderson you're saying instead of having to equal to the length of a four kings arm accumulated equal the length of a forum. This is a cubit so instead of having some globalist one gram unit that sitting under a Bell Jar in France. Let's pay savannah change ally but it didn't have with the space shuttle where they messed up. Alexander's and their famous. Sorry Alex Cox isn't their famous story about them messing up a SPEC for something on the space shuttle where one group had it in metric and the other headed imperial or something. I are we talking about this. The challenger the sad rubberband story. Or I don't know why you think I know about spaceships space person with that haircut. I do and I'm really not space night and you thought about. Have you thought about becoming a nut? Have you thought about becoming like a civil war buff or maybe like like a pop? Science can turns out person. You think he'd enjoy Shankar. Vidana would you like to become a turns out person? What do you aspire to be? Yeah I well there's also different genres of turns out people. Now there's a Merlin turns out where it's like. You know how you should completely clean out your inbox that I definitely said exactly that ten years ago well actually and Malcolm glad well like And there's me I guess which is like an imperial furio says slash teenage military boy type of luck. Where I'm like I know a metric. Your metric furious cornered the market on something where it's nobody knows about it but it's easy to know about which I think are the to. Nobody knows about things because they're difficult to know about it. So I tried to become Benjamin Harrison expert for this very purpose and appeared in a documentary about him. But the trouble is like. There's not a lot to know about him but I still don't fully know most of it so they had like one line. I'd like I'd really into a custom windbreaker with Benjamin Harrison on it and I asked credited as Benjamin Harrison busiest appear to live. Yeah he was married. And that's it off but I have two things that I think are facts that I know about him. One of which is that he was twenty third. President actually three six three six. He was twenty two president Clinton and his family and he was called the pious moonlight dude when he went courting. And that's it that property investor protection. Okay that's GonNa Benjamin Harrison fact but yeah. I didn't know any of those things. So that's the log line. Now he's different from William Henry Harrison. The President I believe I believe Benjamin Harrison is the only president from Indiana Immune because we go to Indianapolis for for Gaming Convention every year? And there's unusual and there's an unusual amount of Benjamin Harrison sort of plaques and memorabilia so I've sort of extrapolated from that he's got to be the only if they had a better president than you'd see more middle. The Predator like to be called the general my you rape stone in his house. They have an impersonator like they really go for. Benjamin you can three D. landed in plastic. 'cause they have a free template online? The Benjamin Harrison historical site is really trying to make inroads the future. Good for them. Oh my gosh for going to do it why not lean into it really? What did he do and during his Presidency Olive? The Sherman Antitrust Act. I think during him but I could be wrong about it if you did a lot of the stuff with National Park. The Teddy Roosevelt gets credit for okay. Oh Teddy still valor. In that case Gave some lectures about how women might get vote soon. So here's some stuff. They should know about civic duty. I think was the reply. Get teammate try to help again. He was explained. Splaine guys always doing. This is how you punch the card you know and I think we all could use a little bit of that now like this is how you put on the stamp. This is the voter fraud. That's going to happen right. Oh you Alexandra you seem to not live your life on twitter. But you're very good on twitter. I and there was the wonderful Cova. Did know what was it. A Cova or a vote thing that twitter called trump out. Oh yeah it was coding thing. He's like it had. The mods spoke for the first time. Somebody somebody caught. Somebody called the lifeguard normal person on the on a forum where people were like. I modified this recipe and it didn't work out for me. Like just think how much the MAS would be fed up with their by now they just feel like this guy again like you can't believe it's weird like this is the first time and not like. Oh you know coming. Let's remember our Second Amendment folks. I hope they show up at this event and are you accused of Joe. Scarborough of like murdering an intern. Weekly thing like everyone was like no..

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"t harrison" Discussed on Monocle 24: Culture with Robert Bound

Monocle 24: Culture with Robert Bound

09:03 min | 1 year ago

"t harrison" Discussed on Monocle 24: Culture with Robert Bound

"Texture now. So it's partly the walks. I would not treat -em partly stuff the I'm trying to trying to get particular sounds so the one that went out. Today I walked to the next village in the hopes of getting their church clock striking and it didn't strike it's missing tooth always wandering around the village for fifteen minutes wondering why wasn't making the nice noise wanted to. You could try to engineer these moments of serendipity into the audio world and and they will always always come on stop they will happily become unstuck. It's a funny one. What about the kind of the physical stuff with the record? And all the rest of it field recordings in nature of an amazingly rich history. Are you able to recognize all the Birdsong on all the kind of crickets and Crooks in the in the audio when you get home? Yeah I'm pretty good with birds teaching myself birdsongs and causes for years. And so that that Basil Right. What's been a surprise? How loud on my clothing is so. I'm down to one particular coat I can wear. Because all the others does it rattles or they make a shushing noise or something like that. That's been that's been a just a blow that's been really you know my tummy's rumbled at one point. All sorts of weird things have happened so that starts. That's the tricky bit the moment. Yeah the the Nylon Goule is not your friend Holly Fischer would have massive words to say about this exactly. The soft t shirts is your grandparents which is why it's good. It's spring and summer at least. Yeah exactly yeah. People might also know for from reading your work and following you on social media and things as well that you have very much kind of city gardener or a city dweller for years. Tell us how you kind of fell in love with nature but through a city garden. Yeah I lived in London for twenty two years straight out of university all the way through to my only forties and I didn't realize at first what I was missing. I knew what was becoming more more miserable. I was really struggling with living in London. I didn't really know what it was. The I was missing ee. It seems obvious to me now looking back but it wasn't at the time I went to donal on a when by myself and it's somewhere we used to go a lot when we were kids and I couldn't believe it was still there. I had that feeling of my God. It's been there all this time. I haven't haven't been here and it's just been waiting for me and I did a lot of walking. I was coming out quite a difficult relationship at the time and I realized that there was something there that I really needed and I began to notice nature a lot more in London. I began to learn birdsongs. I began to garden. I got a dog and that was transformative because suddenly I had a reason to walk every day and find parks and slowly. My idea of what London was like change because I was noticing. Different things so instead of you know like when you're when you're how something we notice is for sale signs because you've got a filter on this telling you what's important and something different filter. That was saying. Look this Lichen look at this beetle. Look at this plant. That's growing on a pavement because it dropped a hanging basket outside a pub last year and so the my experience living there changed April twenty sixteen. It's been a sewage foam training ground. For the local Civil Defense Unit and a poetry and brickworks vast amounts of rubble was dumped there following the blitz but on bank holiday Monday I stood in South Norwood Country Park in south London and had a jetties. Warbler thing did nature writing. Come to talk you along in that direction or that kind of come second. I wanted to write but I haven't really found a subject. There was a long period when a wanted to be a right to more than I wanted to write. If I'm honest and those are not the same thing with this. Transformation came a desire to share it with people and to say look. This is something that is available to all of us and not sort of evangelism really became the push that made me want to write and at first I thought I wanted to write nonfiction but I thought at that time that you needed to be an expert and I knew I wasn't an expert so the first thing I wrote a novel and I thought I could sneak my evangelism in and help people connect with nature through a story and since in nonfiction lots of it but yet i. I wasn't confident enough. I thought we had to be logistical. Botanists or something. It's a bit like writing a novel as well. I mean. You can't necessarily be an expert at that but people find that heartening and strange. Maybe you thought well I have to be an expert to write nonfiction. I'll just I'll just knock out a novel. Oh to sneak that shows no CESKA spur. I like that. Does it still feel. Yeah I really want to bring out in the podcast as well as moments when you don't get a recording because the batteries of flat or a bird goes off when you don't know what it is. I think that what gets lost from a lot of nature writing is the uncertainty and the Dow and the mistakes. Because you don't what you you don't write down. I was crossing failed and I saw bird and I thought it was a Kestrel but maybe it was a star who can find a friend of mine and then I looked in my app and all that all that is left is the Sparrowhawk glided across over me with its beautiful wings and it sounds like you knew it straight away and sometimes you do and sometimes you down and I think that when you don't when you write all that ourselves it gives people the idea that there are these people wandering around. He just know everything straight away and they will never be that good so they can't connect with nature in the same way so I'm trying to bring a lot more of that in at least me criticism but that's a good answer. A lot of people are taking stock at the moment. Necessarily nature. Seems like it's doing it itself. Spring is springing and spring is a pundit as well even where I live on the edges of London here and south London but it feels like the world is the natural world is very much going about its business and kind of teaching us a lesson as we are no longer able to you kind of notice from keeping in touch with people on social media particularly perhaps how people are kind of there is a renewed interest in the natural world. People are very much missing the places they can no longer go to in their cars and all the rest of it. You find that sense that there will be a great take-up for podcast such as yours and for people that write about nature in a particular way as we all miss it. People can bring it to our doors in a different way. Yeah I mean I think it depends on on the person some people really missing it and want to hear and want to know and other people are finding it's rubbing salt in wounds and some people are finding it's too painful actually to hear about what's going on and what they're shut out from the moment. I think after whatever emerges are after this some people will be transformed by World. Wants to go and take care of the natural world other people who weren't interested before still won't be interested that other people will want to do is go to restaurants or do the other things that are missing so. I don't think it's as simple as that. I think there's also a narrative around but maybe where the virus you know the kind of but nature's GonNa everything's GonNa be Wonderful United. The river's going to get cleaned the going to drop in. It's fantastic. Actually there's a lot of water sites that are going to deteriorate without people looking after them so they're sites that are really closely managed for particular species and they will degrade because we're not looking after them so it's not clear picture that yes interesting point. There's almost a feeling that will shut up inside. The nature finally allowing to being allowed to do what it wouldn't be able to do with us there. Have you seen that sort of conversation? It seems like there's a lot of that washing around the moment. Yeah there is an excellent good side of this an eagerness to be forgiven I think in full known in recent years has been growing and growing about how much damage we've done and how bad things are and it's become begun to feel like a real weight for people. It's begun to feel like constant guilt and shame and so the temptation to shake that off at the moment. And say maybe it's GonNa be alright. Maybe we take this punishment we take this hit and we can be. Forgiven is really strong. And really human forgivable feeling. I'm not sure it's necessarily true. I think it could be true depending on the decisions that we make on the other side of this and how much we allow things to go back to how they were but that sort of playful.

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"t harrison" Discussed on Monocle 24: Culture with Robert Bound

Monocle 24: Culture with Robert Bound

04:54 min | 1 year ago

"t harrison" Discussed on Monocle 24: Culture with Robert Bound

"t harrison" Discussed on Monocle 24: Culture with Robert Bound

Monocle 24: Culture with Robert Bound

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"t harrison" Discussed on Monocle 24: Culture with Robert Bound

"And variety of Japanese pressures at the cultural expert. Hello and welcome to Monaco coach. I'm rebounded I'm coming to you from the garden. The studio has blue skies. It's a mean twenty two degrees and it chirps and chiefs. Who Am I stone. Q? Indeed the natural world even these. It's urban fringes bring to mind today's guest Melissa. Harrison Harrison is a writer and novelist known for her fiction. All among the Bali. It's not just her nature. Observations in books. Such as rainfall walks in English weather and in her nature but columns for the Times later on this year as Collins again tended to a book called the stubborn light of things project that was to be accompanied by a podcast of the same name however due to recent goings on causing everyone to be stuck indoors. Harrison decided to get the podcast out a little earlier. I'm really the first episode Monday. Stubborn light of things is an exploration of nature history and poetry. Each week Harrison uses government-sanctioned daily. Walk Record what she can see in here. In the countryside around her suffolk home and its prime time for that right now is spring. Perhaps the noisiest season has well and truly sprung approach to talking about nature is accessible. You don't need to be twitchy to get a lot outta this. It's a step outside his currently housebound and having to reassess that relationship with the natural world for the foreseeable future. Mr Harrison speaks to me down the line about whether nature is in fact. A bomb city-dwellers during lockdown getting to grips with doing your own podcast and how you create art during uncertain time whether that's a global pandemic will.

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"t harrison" Discussed on Pratt Cast

Pratt Cast

09:23 min | 1 year ago

"t harrison" Discussed on Pratt Cast

"Andrew firestone one of my best friends It's you and I now. It's like real. Call Him I go see him. I really truly love him. And then Bob Guiney was just another one but back then I was. We were same age I was. I was early thirties back then. Now I'm not And so back. Then we're really good friends and and you've got the show different life was different and I. It's funny because when people ask me questions I often think of my life less of ratings and that kind of stuff so I go back I mean Yeah I love Ben. I Love Colts. I love some of these modern day guys but that's where my life was changing favor. Bachelorette Trista Rehn Again there's so many that I have a door because I really do like my modern day. Bachelorettes I mean I'm friends with Andi Dorfman and Caitlyn and I saw Rachel the other night. People Joe. Joe. Oh my God. I saw Joe Joe Jordan for us a day. I adore her And so but Trista again. That was lightning in a bottle. And I call. Trista the Godmother of our franchise because that legitimised franchise that group of guys and that proved this works. People could go deep into the rabbit hole tongue in cheek joke. Laugh Make Fun of us but this thing really works. Yeah because of her. We are legit in. That was what springboard us on everything else of the three franchises. Which one are you most likely to watch actually on TV Bachelor Bachelorette Bash from Paradise Now? My guilty pleasure is paradise. Thank you it really is bachelor will always be my baby. It's what changed my life. It's what is what everything started with But Paradise is something. I'm really proud of because pad is what Paradise started from Bachelor Pad. There was something inherently wrong again. There was a catch about money. Batra Paradise is about relationships love and all that and so my guilty pleasure is paradise and I'm surprised it has grown to be the phenomenon it but it really is now. I know that I make the best drinks in the world. But if you don't have me in your kitchen what should everyone be drinking in the first of all? There's two the only have two bartenders my life. Yeah Isaac from the love boat. Yeah who he shaped my child. Which by the way were talking about this earlier today. He was rebar. You you do know that like when the lawn so lawn gayle is one of the executive producers who no longer with the show when we started. When we started talking about meeting he takes credit for Isaac. I will punch him. And he said he wanted my intro to be with a mustache. And Isaac Shirt. Doing the air was fine. I'm fine with that but I I was the first one that said Yeah. Wells needs to be Isaac from the love boat. That's that is the premise of this. No matter you know because for you kids there. No matter what bar you went to no matter what level there was Isaac. Yeah and he would give great advice. Yeah so when we pitched the wells idea of which. I was a huge fan because I was a huge fan of yours. Thank you I said. He's Isaac he's everywhere he's everywhere you need them to be and he will dispense advice and he will push the stories that I cannot push because there's things I can't do on the show that you do brilliantly and so you are a conduit of us and you're you star the pot or you help or whatever but I can't be involved in that way I have to be above certain level of thing And so that was the brilliance of you. Is Isaac of the Love Boat Wells Yeah? Yeah but I digress. The question on the table If you have one drink guess left in this world. What is it? It's my new drink. Tropical Rosa by Seagram That is just hit stores now and it's hitting stores near you now it's shipping as we speak right now and it's this collaboration. I did with Seagram's I'm a ridiculously proud of it. Because I worked for over a year was Seagram on this and went to the tasting room in Chicago. Created the taste. It is truly magnificent. I gotTA Say Awesome. I gotTa say and I'm very snooty person when it comes to stuff like this last night we were drinking. It's very very good. Well I'm snooty too because I love Wia so when I went to the tasting room at Chicago they said look. We've kind of narrowed it down to these things we like and I tasted them. I said I hate to say this. I don't like what we're tasting so we went back to the back to the drawing board and it's it's passion fruit dragon fruit or Petya. We won't say with a touch of And it you know. It's kind of like these other things that are out But only better. It's one hundred calories and you'll know it because my face is on the package of unanimously enough. Not on the can though I told him not on the can really be cleaned. I can't have my face on the CAN. It's bad enough. It's on the damn box but I was ovarian on the look the colors the packaging all of it and really proud of it and it's it's massively being distributed now so you're gonNA find it in. Walmart's total wise. Heb's Kroger's you name. It will be around the country. Seagram's escapes tropical. Rose a rose Chris. Air Certain I just had to say like the couple of things just for me to you You've always been super normal and super cool to me And in the past couple of years I don't even know if you'd like remember this moment but the first year I bartended we did a wrap party and I was sitting down being like I dunno to career man. I need some help. I need some guidance. And you sat and you talked me flick thirty minutes about like things that you think that. I should do going forward. And it's like one of those moments where like I hope that in a couple of years. Someone's interviewing me and they're like so how the fuck did you get here and I get to say well. Chris gave me some really cool advice and like always hold that deer and I love you man. I'm so like just in awe of everything that you've done Like aside from the the bachelor stuff like everything you do you you show up and you kick ass and like the idea of this show is. How did you get to become that thing? I'll tell you what Chris does that like. He won't say himself because he's here in that would be like so self aggrandizing. What Chris does when he shows up to set as he kicks ass and he hits his mark and he says line and he nails it every time. And it's like whatever that isn't like your life that you do. If you do that you will be the biggest thing that you're trying to do and watching you do that has been really really eye-opening and wonderful and a learning experience for me. So I appreciate that and I love you so much. Thank you for those kind words And you know hopefully My goal in life was to be the bill teague INS for other people bill. Yeah was my mentor. In those people that took time and I said I will always be that person if I can be. I felt like I owed it to him especially once he passed away in the plane crash. Mike if I could ever be that person for anybody to go out of my way And the other thing. There's an old joke from Kim Fuchs the director of our show. I was there one day. I'm always bitchy early. in in we're doing our thing and I was ready to go and he's like you know what Harrison wake. We never wait on you and I said you never will and he goes. You know what half our job is showing up on time and he was. The Point. Was to your point professionalism. Yeah there's things that you can control your time being professional your effort those things I can control. There's a lot of things out of my control but I the things I can control. I'm going to do it. I will be there. I'm going to be prepared more prepared than anybody else. And I'M GONNA do my job and you're never gonNA wait on me and I don't want to screw up production or cause delays or money or whatever like that's the least we can do in our job But I would say thank you for having me on your different in my now. I love you very much and to hear those words get truly means a lot. It gets me emotional as well and so thank you for for this. I was frightened of this conversation. Because of this Iraq was it. You know you're never sure where it's going to go but I I. It was great. I truly love it. I love sitting down with you and I felt like for people listening. We actually had the conversation we would have had normally yeah. I didn't know if we would. Yeah but we actually. We've had this conversation. I wanted to know about your life but I didn't know how personally we get our real we would get. I'm glad we did and I feel like I really haven't talked much about my life life late you know. I don't know how much people really want to know the fine minutia things because things that are impact for you if they're impactful for other people and where you touch people and where you can help and so I I enjoyed. I really enjoyed sitting down with their Seagram's escapes tropical. Everyone go buy it Chris. Addison thank you so much for being in love. Your brothers.

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"t harrison" Discussed on Pratt Cast

Pratt Cast

09:44 min | 1 year ago

"t harrison" Discussed on Pratt Cast

"Your day on the show who is a phenomenal Golfer. We did the show live from the Pebble Beach. Pro-am which is where we are still but this is coming out a couple of weeks later because guess what Hollywood guys anyways so excited to have on the podcast. One of my good friends and actually just over all just bad ass dude. Chris Harrison is on the wells. Cast Houria buddy. Good to see you. I have done a ton of interviews podcasts on I look forward to have been anxiously awaiting this had a little fearful why I don't know an interview with you is going to be you know. I always say one of the hardest things to do is interview a friend. Yeah I don't like it when I'm on the red carpet. I don't know if you've run into anybody on the red carpet that you've been interview and if you know somebody it's really hard to interview a friend because most the stuff you WanNa talk about is a little bit superficial because you want it for a broad audience. It's really hard to interview people. You know because you just dive into these personal jokes in these things that nobody else is. GonNa know it's really it's hard And then and you also want to do right by your friends and and give them a good interview. So I feel pressure it was Kinda like Lawrence Zeba dating. I was on entertainment tonight with her And I was co hosting. I was terrified really. I've been doing this for thirty five years. I was scared to death because I just I wanted to perform for her. I wanted to be great for her. I wanted her to feel great about it. And you know and then I knew like I wouldn't get any later if it was bad. Those are the get knee later. Ni- crushed at that day. Okay okay so I think that like to start this interview off I got. I got to talk about like my first impressions of you and my first encounters with you. When was that so it was in two thousand fifteen on Joe Season and I was very much enamored with the lore of Chris Harrison? Which is a thing whether you want to believe it or not it is. It's a thing okay and I remember. I think we were in Uruguay. And it's so funny because it was long before I was ever the bartender and I was making a drink outside of a rose ceremony and I was making a drink for like a couple people. 'cause back then that's how we did it. Of course there was less. Yeah we actually do that now. We rules and regulations but back then. Yeah it was a free for all but for the most part like if you're on the Bachelorette the bachelor you you step in every once in a while and say hello to everybody and you know you show face you know you shake babies Nicosia. Purposefully don't get to connected ever you know. I try not to get too close and at the time I was a little offended by it because I was like. I'm doing this show and I wanNA meet this guy. I've watched his show for a long time. And I kind of idolize. You a little bit like I. I was very enamored with with what you were able to do with your career and I wanted to like pick your brain and I really had never gotten to talk to you. And then all of a sudden I was making drinks for I think Derek in Jordan. They asked for like an old fashioned. I was making the drink and then you came up and he said what do you make an ESA making drinks and I was like. This is my opportunity and I started making he. You're like yeah make me one and so I started making you and then you got pulled away by production and I was like man. That was my opportunity to hang out with Chris Harrison. And it's so funny like now you fast forward. The reels of which I've made you now hundreds of drink to me it. Just hang around. But you can't give me food but I remember so badly just wanted like pick your brain like figure out how the hell you got to this place because like whether you want to believe it or not The truth of the matter is is that the biggest reality television show in the world is the show and of which you are the counterpoint. The Lynch will you are the main piece of this show and I've always been so fascinated. With how the Hell did you get to this thing? And so over the years that we've become friends I've learned your story you've told me but I want everyone else to hear it because it's so interesting because like where you came from and where you are now are completely nolaac employees different worlds so you grew up in Texas correct Dallas born and raised in Dallas. And you were a broadcast kid. No not not at all. Nobody in my family was ever. My parents didn't graduate from college. My my brother was the first one in our family to graduate from college Mom ENDED UP IN REAL. Estate has done incredibly well in Dallas. And my dad had different jobs throughout the years whether it was Clothing and got into a little real estate has done a little bit of everything That's it. I don't have anybody in my life in my world that I even remotely knew that was in broadcasting or Hollywood or anything I had never. I didn't even travel. We didn't have any money growing up so we didn't go outside the State of Texas House fourteen before I went on an airplane and my parents thought well. This is crazy. He should probably go on an airplane to see what it's like and they flew me to Houston back That was it and when we took trips we'd get in the car and drive down to padre or Corpus Christi Texas. And that was that was it. I had never been anywhere. I had California until I went for a job edition ninety nine And I was twenty eight years old so I there was nothing that led me to this business. It was getting to college and then something that happened in college. That led me to this so you go to college where you go to School Oklahoma City University okay. Harvard of the Midwest. A lot of people know about it. Yep A lot of people talking about. It's a big big liberal arts. School did actually is a great school and I went to play soccer at that point. That's where my level of interest was. I was a huge soccer player. It was my goal in life to play soccer and meet girls and that was my goal of going to college and I very average grades and that was it and once I got to. School started playing soccer my. I think sophomore year. I met this Guy Chris. Wash he was the sports information director. We keep in touch to this day and he came up to me and said Hey. I'm starting a program and we're GONNA start doing play by play for the College Basketball Team that. Oh Seaweed a great basketball team in and I've never done this for. I don't even know what that means. He's like if I taught you. Would you do this? I think you'd be really great. You just have that thing about you. I think you'd be good and I said sure. And we would sneak into the mass comm department at night and we were just start doing this. We'd put in. There's a thing called. Vhs tapes we put VHS tapes and of Old Basketball Games. We turn on the sound in start. Doing play by play and I would watch old Bobby Knight Basketball Videos. And listen to the vernacular. May I knew hoops night played hoops? But it's different calling it but that's how it started. We would sneak in all night. We would just call games and watch TV until I was ready to do it and when I did it all of a sudden I don't do drugs. I've never really done drugs. It was my drug. I was high as a kite on. Mike. This is what I want to do. The rest of my life and it was the first time professionally. I had purpose of what I WANNA do. So you were sitting courtside calling the game. Were you doing color? I was the play by play guy. Okay and then. There was a guy next to me. Doing color commentary was a professional and they had different guys. And we were on Cox cable like deep back then and I was doing just local cable and that's how it started and I was. I loved it. I thought it was the greatest thing I look forward to it every day and I just knew. This is my. This is my so you graduate from school. And you're like this is my life. What's step number two? We'll step number two happened in school and I. You know there's always people when you're a self made person which I would like to think I am. You never get there alone. Nobody gets to where they are low. There's always people along the way. And if you pay attention and open your eyes there's always gonNA be people and hopefully. I am that for a lot of people. Now that will give you a leg up. They see brightness skill. You know whatever talent and you and they want to help you There was getting built into my mentor. Became one of my best friends before he passed away he I met him. I was going to I was poorest dirt I was the guy that literally would find like okay. I've twenty three dollars my count. Okay I'M GONNA get seven dollars for a pizza and a beer and so I just had no money so I would work part time. The sports information department PSI went and did this Sports Auction and they pay me twenty dollars. Plus I got to eat for free which is amazing and the my soccer coach Bryan Harvey grabbed me. So I want you to meet this guy. He's the sports director at the CBS affiliate. You GotTa meet him. He's coming to our auction and he went introduced me and Bill Nye. I have a great dad but he just became like instantly a father figure to me and just and we talked for an hour and he said come to the station tomorrow. I told him I wanted to intern. Succumb to the station and I showed up. He's like I can't believe he showed up of course and and from that moment on I was attached to his hip and I couldn't get enough of him. He I thought he was brilliant. Funny he was just. I must have been the most annoying kid in the world. Because I just couldn't be near him enough. He thought he was brilliant. He was great he sportscaster of the year. And all that There was a plane crash where the Oklahoma State basketball team went down Two thousand one two thousand and two and two thousand one..

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"t harrison" Discussed on Revision Path

Revision Path

04:02 min | 1 year ago

"t harrison" Discussed on Revision Path

"I think this is the ultimate lacey thing that people do revert to the rules. Yeah you know I Yeah I've definitely been there. Where like things get so stuck in in process in rules at? It's like you don't even get a chance to make anything note. You don't have anything about your viewing public. They have a wide choice today. Just go sweat but yeah I think the most important. Oh thank you to have now is objectively complete objectivity especially in such a changing well and it changing climate. Everything is completely new. So you can't apply you're all rules to whatever is Kinda muggy now becoming the new you know. What inspires you these days off man everything everything like honestly like those who came before me and those who are coming off to me? Like I'm able to look back at like old stuff like watching that Shangri la documentary the other night the the Rick Rubin Documentary and someone picked up an old album cover and they said that it was a an album. His from I believe that might have been as As Sixty Eight But he was the first person to use the term hip hop and it's right at like on the undercover like stuff like that just blows me away when I think about when the other day to see the the The KUBRICK exhibit at the Design Museum in London like hitting the corner. Just kinda tried to sleep over. One of those just felt like a six year old. You know that's duchess dodges inspires me seeing that like some of these sets that I've seen like a full metal jacket. That Vietnam was actually London. They yeah they bombed the barracks Eric and flew in palm trees right but then actually a lot of the stuff that the young into doing national like Tom boy that series on. Hbo uh-huh Euphoria. Another one just the way it's written you know because for me graphic designer about people that's it right about. WHO's on the other end? It's not about the rules. It's not about the the court slogans about connecting with people making something full people so I find myself watching a lot of television and film and reading up a lot of crime novels as well. Yeah Yeah so when I when you look at like your career you've worked at street wear brands. You worked in the music industry. You know currently still like working with apparel footwear stuff like that. How would you compare being one of the few black designers in a place like say Nike Maike in the US? Moreland is a very non yacht city with like being one of the few at Adidas. Germany it's weird. It's really weird you know. It's funny the move from New York City to Nuremberg. Germany felt closer than the move from New York City to Narayan Feel feel mo welcome in Germany than I do to Poland. Dr Got so much when you walk down the center of the city on a Saturday afternoon at people crossed the street. Yeah it's it's real. It's very real end up getting much. Likens it to the boogeyman being the BOOGEYMAN. You go places and people are scared of you. You don't think you can harm them carrying that around. I don't feel any of that yet. You know what I mean. I go into stores noted that people don't follow you police. Don't mess with me. It's very very different now in enjoyed the cities but in some of the organizations. It's the same thing is the is the exact same thing. It's the same thing you come up against. which is again which I think into my shop? Where objectively helped me is? I like to kind of look at my experience through the Lens of being a woman you know at all while my own biases might be the things that I grew up with and how to handle it and objectivity helped me every time. There was an England Bulgaria. Actually I I. England beat Bulgaria six nail at their own stadium right and they will monkey.

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"t harrison" Discussed on Revision Path

Revision Path

02:32 min | 1 year ago

"t harrison" Discussed on Revision Path

"Develop that logo speak with that management. You talk about them with that you know about how about that well with them so you're really building them along the way and all the way down to TV spots video shoots and the rest of it. So so I found being in the apparel industry found that you know making myself useful pretty easy so I worked on graphic design When I first got in but then I started doing the ads and a lot of the packaging and then to show graphics and then kind of copywriting and actually think so? It was fun at the time. And that's actually my wife so she was an intern at the time the witness and then she would assist me on bugging shoots and we just celebrated out nineteenth anniversary of the other day. Yeah Yeah like to say I took her own full-time. That's interesting way to put it a run off. Fingerprints are all pretty much everything I do. Yeah we have that kind of a creative relationship where anything I'm doing. I'm always kind of getting input. She knows me like a book. So there's a mirror and now after Mecca you went and did work worked for academics was in a big shift. It wasn't actually a team. It was called about that was that Mecca was. This was the right thing back in those days actually tells the story she was at. Fit Fashion Astute Technology. And when you would go to see an ano backtrack a little bit during my high school years rap music to understand those same circumstances around brushing think about this is way rap. Music came from you know we as people of color were shot out of mainstream and mainstream culture we unwanted APP studio fifty all right so we went and created our own thing so by high school time. We were still being told as kids like what you're doing isn't use it right like you'll. Fashion is not real fashion so when my wife was at school she was told by fashion teachers. That you know this oven thing you're doing isn't unreal. You guys basically wet what we make for the mainstream so it's not really real by the time. Academics came around. Everyone knew something. And you know it was euphemistically code oven right when he was actually street wear in his prime but it was really funny to see brands. That kind of separating themselves said we're not restraint which is silly silly silly mine. Yeah that's interesting distinction yet. It's ridiculous it's ridiculous. It's one using one one euphemism To cover another but by by the time academics came around. My boss was owned two beds by the boss right. WHO's a black man.

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"t harrison" Discussed on Revision Path

Revision Path

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"t harrison" Discussed on Revision Path

"Album like on streaming services. CAN PEOPLE LISTEN TO. It's fun you know. There's a lot of it on a lot of bit on the bike. You know. The live writer shadows. It was a an iconic radio show out of New York City out of the NYU my stretch. Armstrong Rabita the Mexico documentary about on Netflix. But I was guest on that several times. We have my friends Briefly brewing giant NAS. And we've organized confusion. We run together so on my MC honor this time Jay but those those videos on youtube they're just but yeah. I helped Myo okay. So after your time at Aristotle you worked for Mecca which is a street wear brand and I mean I'm not gonNa Iraq Mecca hard around that time like mostly thanks to abide magazine. And we're not getting my Mecca stuff from. We had a store call on time fashions and honestly I believe it was probably bootleg but I warn the only place you could. You could get like you'd see it in the ad and then it's in the store and it's like why would they be shipping to Rural Alabama. Doesn't make surprised you'd be. They should everywhere we took the same. Housing knows about all of the spots across the country. You'd be really surprised they go everywhere was it. What was it like shifting from music to apparel? That was kind of your your town. Working in that industry it wash it was so a friend of mine. ALYOSHA ZSA Iran a brand cooled Alpha numeric and the system ran was Mecca. So this is the brand. America's Ole skied and snows like super cutting edge based in San. Diego Mecca was based in New York. And he's like I need to not direct that outcome on any so. This is where you know as I mentioned before is not director. A record label you you take care of your artists from soup to nuts. So you'd be with them. You go to the studio. You.

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"t harrison" Discussed on Revision Path

Revision Path

04:28 min | 1 year ago

"t harrison" Discussed on Revision Path

"Seventy one in high school Edmund. About forty minutes. Outside of North London is just from Tottenham in seventy one and My Dad was an engineer from club. A younger sister an older brother just grew up playing football. Football was like my life of telling them telling people the other day that I had three loves. It was drawing. Football and during football wasn't playing I was washing was watching outdrawing. It was like it was I was my religion and that's what kind of took up all my time. It was a really progressive time. The kids like like seventies early eighties was a really progressive time for case in England and there were just countless television series. It was saying that you know you can do anything he want. With a little bit of effort you can be whoever you want to be. That was what they told us as kids and you know at that time there were a lot of like people in late twenties. Who punks were writing? All of these kids a police books for children. Am I GONNA lose television series for children and there was one in particular cold. Fungus the bogeyman. They've since then made a live action version of it but the original one was about this fictional family of ghouls that lived under the in grime. And you know they would eat disgusting things like an end things. Rhyme was completely disgusting and a discovered this around you like eight and nine and me and my friends absolutely loved it but it was what was that. Here's the thing that really told me about form and content. You know because this while they lived in the way that it was illustrated was messy and dirty and grimy and and I was like wow okay this is how they how they get that world across is it. Looks like what is so very subtly was kind of teaching you. Sounds like you SORTA got exposed to design ten of early on in that very early on I I like to stay. Monterrey's died at age six. Because you know my parents inch my dad could really just in front of the television but my dad is really bundled around words like what is this. What made say well? Well look it up and you come and tell me so from then to this day we still liked each other a hug this weather that that kind of thing so that's what kind of introduced me to the language that we use television commercials loved. The supermarket is my favorite place to go just to look at the packaging and like again before you even know what logos will packaging. Branding is the law. You just lost in it. So it's just naturally where I went but I think the thing that really drove it home for me was football because around that time like nine thousand nine hundred. Nineteen ninety-one is when not only names on the back of the Jersey on the back of Jerseys was only a number on the front. They were sponsors hunches and in Britain there was a natural reticence to brand things right so the real big pushback to sponsors on Jersey but in one thousand nine hundred eighty two with when it just kind of exploded. And that's when you start seeing logo not just on the sidewalk the pitch but on the jerseys across the stomach with these really like super Intricate Logos and Panasonic Candy J. D. C.. And nothing that's walk bowl. That was it for me. When did you I know that I guess designed awesome that you could do for a living all man? Let me think about that because you know in high school I went to High School in Yonkers Yonkers New York really. Well the Lacson listen. Mary J.. Blige in the Mexican to high school with bugs those guys wow but Around that time I'd have guidance counselor knows in the opera grammar at school again around that time. Nineteen Ninety nineteen ninety seven everything else that happened in the US in the sixties and seventies happening junkies in the eighties so government kind of stepped in and said look. Your school system is completely segregated. And we're going to have to mix it up so they basically create magnet schools. Same thing done around the country where Ed school would have a different vocation and you get college credits for attending each school sally. We're able to integrate schools however that first year was pretty pretty Tough with go home and all the rest of it. We had to kind of do about by twelfth grade that kind of calmed down and had a guidance. Counselor by sixty seventy. The school was around so I can find out. AP Classes all through my counselor at high. There's no money in so you want to lock. It's action all.

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"t harrison" Discussed on Revision Path

Revision Path

03:21 min | 1 year ago

"t harrison" Discussed on Revision Path

"But yeah doing my own thing and I when House that came and elected around two thousand fifteen. We've back to New York and then again was just bouncing around doing my thing. And you know freelancing and that which is when I did ask him calling and within a couple of months we were here in Shaw Germany. Was it a big shift while I mean granted. I'm sure it was a big shift. Just career graphically from New York Germany but going from that sort of free wheeling entrepreneurials kind of things and now being part of a regimented sort of naive corporate structure. How did you adjust to that? I was ready. You know because I think I speak to a lot of people to do you. Freelance and have their own little shops and after a couple of years and get cabin fever kind of dealing with a bunch of different graves at marketing. You know in May change. You're a bit more number two. I'll do that. 'cause it's all given tight. Yeah because on the on the corporate side you have the obvious deal but then on the solo side in your time. He's basically split up in three sessions. Write chasing new business doing the work and chasing payment for the weather. You've already done so you never really turning off and it is a benefit. But you're you have your destiny in your hands however with the corporate side with where it's a gay notes kind of give and take you know. Oh good do you have your bad dice. Then you have that security but you have there as well show and that was a big difference for me. It can't be a trade off. I remember when I stop OPTIMA mustard Studio for for nine years and then I started at the place where I'm currently at at glitch and it was interesting. How from some of it was from my peers? That's what I think. Also it was just some folks here in the Atlanta design community. Who thought that S- I sort of failed in a way you were doing your own thing because there's the whole culture around we sleep? They grind hustle hard. You know if you win your own thing you're your own boss and now hey that's you know where that comes from. But that's Romanticism man. There's something to be safe for all being part of something you know what I mean. It's all the same thing at the end of the day. Whatever you're doing he's got into something being your own boss is great but it's not as easy Z.? As as one would like I mean I think about New York the amount of tax that you pay your really discouraged from doing that. You know what I mean. You really can't get a football. I know someone that someone the other night who's moving to gant history because he loves it. He's from London. But he's just like exit Samantha. The Belgian got a nice little city. And it's a vote but like I can do what I do and I had a crazed community. I'm going there so yeah you've already touched on like a few things that I want to dive. More into briefly mentioned music career. You briefly mentioned. Nike's I WanNa talk about those things but I wanna just kinda go back because I of of course we said this before you record. I'm picking up on the British accent. You mentioned sort of bouncing around. Talk to me about where you grew up. So I grew up in owning seventy one in high school Edmund. About forty minutes. Outside of North London is just from Tottenham in seventy one.

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"t harrison" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

04:30 min | 2 years ago

"t harrison" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Taylor who is the most intimidating man in the history of the n._f._l. since you brought it up meantime for some reason is sitting in the seat of billy gill hello good to see you could check out her podcast with their dog als ada has to be in that conversation was the most intimidating man in the history of football are we about to have him on the line james harrison or is there someone else you would nominate in the conversation with james harrison it's lawrence taylor i think that's i don't want to say that in front of james harrison he's not on yet right harrison joins us now on e._s._p._n. radio thank you for your contributions nina always solid cames is there anyone that you've run across and thank you for joining us where you're like yeah that guy is comparable to me in terms of giving off menace and fear and this person is not to be trifled with that i've run across personally i would say you know like like greg lowly and that's a good stuff that yeah yeah you gotta you gotta go back a little further yeah met amac lambert he was a guy that had and i would have to agree with lt there you go i don't have to worry about it james harrison agrees with you even though meena is mortified now that she said that around dana harrison who's the guy james if you don't mind and by the way he's a five time pro bowler he's a two-time champion he was the two thousand eight n._f._l. defensive player of the year and he played till thirty eight years old thirty nine years old who's a guy though james that you looked at in terms of body because your weight room freak and you're like that guy should be bigger he's got all the muscles he looks the part that guy should be better at what it is that he's doing you know it's a number you know one of you know like name a lot of guys that look like tarzan lights ain't so i just had to be fortunate enough to look like tarzan trying to say a little bit like troop was there any issue in these steeler locker room when you were there that james harrison had to be summoned to go fix not really i mean only things you know if you know we weren't plan up to par you know as a defense and it was something that needs to be said you know if i talked you know people listening because i felt that off so if james harrison had been a steeler last year and lady on bell is not around none of this happens you just drag levy on the facility by his hair like air you're going to play and you're gonna get in the huddle no way no way that is as this decision that is for each individual and i cannot comment or another mass money or how each oozes to make or not make that merce i haven't how about antonio because if you're on the team and he's already played all the games and you're in a big spot trying to make the playoffs is antonio brown playing sunday that final week of the season if james harris and tells them the plant that that was a decision that obviously was about him from what i heard depress conference release that might sound at that was something that tom the made a decision also bad is not up to my decision you know you can't go ahead hey you know what i'm gonna backtrack for a second i'm going to publicly apologize to james harrison because you must be so tired of those two questions we just gave you like i can you please give me your inner thoughts before you answer those questions about listen to these two deeds asking me the same damn question everyone's asking me i was expecting the question because everybody you know wanted to know we just just find a way of reciting it it sounds a little different but if gives you the fame message what is the best football movie ever made according to james harrison you are the final verdict we will allow you to be arbiter for all time no one will if you disagree oh is it any given sunday you didn't seem like he had conviction on that one let's talk about any given sunday for a second did you laugh when there was an eyeball on the field.

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