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Betty Lynn, Thelma Lou on 'The Andy Griffith Show,' has died
"Actor Betty Lynne best known for playing Thelma Lou on The Andy Griffith Show has died at the age of ninety five she died Saturday after a brief illness I'm marquees are a letter with a look at her career Betty Lynn had a thirteen year career acting in other TV series and films before she landed the part of Barney Fife's sweetheart on The Andy Griffith Show some of her first gigs were performing as part of U. S. O. Campe shows in nineteen forty four well Lynn lived in Los Angeles for a good part of her career in two thousand seven she moved permanently to Mount Airy North Carolina where the Andy Griffith show was filmed she said in a twenty fifteen AP interview she was tickled that people still wanted her autograph I'm touched by all of this I I think it's a miraculous kind of thing
"andy griffith" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Heard you start out wanting to be a recording artist, pop star. That kind of thing. Yeah, You know, when you're young, you kind of throw a lot of stuff in the wall and hope something sticks, but I was always a huge fan. I was very lonely child, and it was a huge fan of via TV themes. I learned that when I was 10, so somehow I think it was somehow in my destiny. But in the case of TV teams, it was a total accident. A tape of some songs that I had written was circulating for a show trying to raise money from backers and it somehow Made its way to the desk of the producers of Cheers. I was not looking to write a TV scene, and they just called up and said, We just heard a song of yours and we wanted to be art a theme for this new show. We're doing Cheers. As it turned out, I couldn't give them the song because it was contractually tied to the show, which was devastating. And so we said, we'll write you. Another one will write you another one in that, so it was just it was just the universe really smiling on us. It was it happened. Totally by happenstance that I got into so Gary, Alan and I were playing our game last week. Our favorite TV themes and you said, You love them as a kid. Can you give us a couple of your favorite TV themes of all time? Well, there's the early ones. You know that a lot of them didn't I can't whistle. It's too early, but I love the Andy Griffith. See, you know, That was my first one. That was Monday. Oh, cool. Cool. Yeah. I mean, right. So, you know, I love those early ones. And then when I was a little older I am. I thought the Mary Tyler Moore thing was great. I love welcome back, Kotter, and I thought that seem from W therapy in Cincinnati was real. One of the better ones that was overlooked a little bit. How about what? I might hear You whistle well of the boarding Gary. Good. Very you saw good Andy Griffith show was quite that Gary..
"andy griffith" Discussed on WTVN
"Adam 12. Is giving me a little bit of posttraumatic stress. I've been helping out my folks a lot because they've been dealing with some health issues. My father is addicted to police dramas on me, TV and Antenna, TV and all this on Netflix. It's a current or nostalgic police drama is going so what's his favorite? What's his favorite dragnet? He fell my Greg last night. I was trying to fall asleep on the couch because I own my own home and all that good stuff into staying with him to help out. I said, Dad, can we turn that off? I think I'm just gonna sleep here on the couch. I haven't seen this. Whenever he has totally seen all of these episodes over. I tell you. Well, you know, Greg's new thing is he goes and drinks. His caffeine in the morning as spark is what it is any watches mat lock? There you go. Police not. Ah, yeah. Not this past Saturday with the Saturday before I woke up really early. I typically sleepin I'm a late like a night out. Yeah, Yeah, and I want to sleep in, so it's not productive for the work week. But on the weekend, it's beautiful. And for whatever reason, I woke up really early two Saturdays ago and I came downstairs and unlike what in the world are you watching? I'm telling you reruns or so soothing because you know what to expect. My dad can lie and say he's never seen that episode of Dragnet before, But I was telling you guys in between breaks here that a friend of mine just find out he has the Corona virus and he's doing okay. He's just gotta quarantine at home, but you know what he's doing to feel better watching Andy Griffith. Technically a cop show. Well, I mean, Matt, like, Isn't that the integral? Yes. Oh, my gosh. Kristen Taylor, Did you not know that I was not Andy Griffith Girl. Get your life together. When I was younger, I watched old episodes of Little Rascals That was good stuff to jam in the Three Stooges. Three Stooges to either way. We all have these wonderful memories with old school TV, And it's fun to embrace that, especially with the crazy day and age. We live in now, and we appreciate you embracing Just a few of those Memories with us this weekend on the radio. And we also want to get to some serious things because there's a lot of serious things going on. I think that might be why people are escaping to these reruns, the election all these headlines, these crazy things that pandemic, you know, still dealing with some of that. And then how does all of this affect us? With our personal economy, our jobs and our investments on Wall Street? You know, the really tricky thing about playing the market is obviously knowing when it's time to buy when it's time to sell. With the market's running pretty hot lately for the most parts, except for a little volatilities here, and they're CNBC's Jim Cramer says that the time to sell us actually. Now you can't just let it rule. You have to take something off the table. Look at how far we've come. Grease. I don't like Craig. I don't like great well, there's two main emotions when it comes to the stock market fear. And greed and me to say neither emotion. Is good. It's not good to be afraid of your investments. Not good. That is not a good thing, but it's also not good to be so greedy too. Where you know, you just can't let go. As Kenny Rogers said. You need to know when to Holdem No in default on my No. In the fall of that's right. When the walk away, no one knows but seriously. Now's a time where you need a strategy, folks. I mean, there's stocks and there's bonds and usually that's where it all ends with a lot of places where we can put our money. Are we going to be in a 60 40 stock bond mix, So we're going to be in a 70 30 be a little more aggressive or we're going to be 50 50 and be a little more conservative and that becomes our mix. 70 30 60 40 50 50 folks. That is not a plan. That is not a strategy. Those were just asset allocations. Now with that. There's so many more asset classes out there. There. His gold. There is realestate. There's international stock. There is international bonds. There is private equity. There is venture capital. There's private debt. All of a sudden, we've got a whole Smorgasbord really of investment options, especially for those who are accredited investors. You saved a million dollars or more. Now, an entire new landscape of investment options are opened up to you know, why is that so important? Because when the markets get volatile, the more diversified you are within the types of risk. Cause I know what you're thinking. Why I'm diversified. Yes. You're diversified 60 40 boy in a minute. I'm not just in a stock and bond. No, no, no, no, You're in a lot of different stocks or stock funds, mutual funds, or you're in a lot of different bond or bond. Mutual funds, which is okay, There's nothing wrong with bond mutual funds or bonds. There's nothing wrong with stock, mutual funds or stocks. It's just those are only two types of risk folks. And what we've learned is now that interest rates have sort of bottomed out. There's no capital gains for bonds to accumulate right now, as interest rates fall than bonds experience capital gains So we're not getting that reprieve from volatilities E of the stock market. So now we need to diversify out our risk. So if stocks fall 40%, we don't want our portfolio to drop more than 10 or 15%. Or I mean, we don't want to drop it all, but that's not really feasible. If you're invested in the markets of portion air portfolio will drop. But if you drop 10 or 15% Instead of 40%. Now you don't need, you know a 70 or 80% increase. Just a break Back T even again. Okay, This is just good old common sense when it comes to investing, But even though Jim Cramer can be, you know, a little bit excited. You know, he could be, you know, out there a little bit His point is making is very, very good. Greed, greed, greed can really get us if that's the emotion that we're riding on it, By the way, I just I spoke with a really just an awesome family. Two weeks ago. Just a great couple. They worked really, really hard. But They made this mistake back in 2008. They got really scared because that you see they had nearly a million dollars back in 2008. And they were within about three or four years of retiring and then it dropped. Down to about $700,000. And they got scared, and they put it into essentially government bond funds. Making less than 2%. And now all these years they missed out on all the gains is so now after 12 years. They don't have a CZ, much as they had before the drop. In a way now. Is it safe? Yes. Do they have to worry about a lot of volatility Note. But was it the smartest decision? Absolutely not. And so And I said, Look, here's the real kicker. This is why you need to work with the fiduciary folks. They went to an advisor that gave him these bonds because that's what they told him. They wanted But In my mind, I'm thinking, okay. How does this guy I happen to be a guy. How does this guy make money just selling them Government issue type bond funds. They said. Well, you know, we've been in the same types of of funds for 12 years now, but We noticed that every two or three months It changes which ones were in What do you think That is? Well, I don't really want to speculate. But in my mind and thinking well, the only way this person could make money is if they keep buying and selling different ones, But it's the same kind of stuff. So why do I need to sell this bond fund that that's over here? That's government issue bonds, government tight bonds and go over to this one. That's government tight. Bonds ever really changed anything about my investing? No, not at all..
"andy griffith" Discussed on WTVN
"Bit of posttraumatic stress. I've been helping out my folks a lot because they've been dealing with some health issues. My father is addicted to police dramas on me, TV, an antenna, TV and all this on Netflix. It's a current or nostalgic police drama is going so what's his favorite? What's his favorite dragnet? He felt my Greg last night I was trying to fall asleep on the couch because I own my own home. All that good stuff into staying with him to help out. I said, Dad, can we turn that off? I think I'm just going to sleep here on the couch. I haven't seen this. Whenever he has totally seen all of these episodes over. I tell you. Well, you know, Greg's new thing is he goes and drinks his caffeine in the morning. A spark is what it is any watches mat lock? There you go. Police not. Ah, yeah. Not this past Saturday with the Saturday before I woke up really early. I typically sleepin I'm a late like a night out. Yeah, Yeah, and I want to sleep in, so it's not productive for the work week. But on the weekend, it's beautiful. And for whatever reason, I woke up really early two Saturdays ago and I came downstairs and unlike what in the world are you watching? I'm telling you, reruns air so soothing because you know what to expect. My dad can lie and say he's never seen that episode of Dragnet before, But I was telling you guys in between breaks here that a friend of mine just found out he has the Corona virus and he's doing okay. He's just gotta quarantine at home. But you know what he's doing to feel better watching Andy Griffith, Technically a cop show. Well, I'm a mat like Isn't that the end? Yes. Oh, my gosh. Kristen Taylor, Did you not know that I was not any Griffith girl? Get your life together. When I was younger, I watched old episodes of Little Rascals. That was that's good stuff to jam and Three Stooges Three Stooges to either way. We all have these wonderful memories with old school TV, and it's fun to embrace that, especially with the crazy day and age. We live Even now, and we appreciate you embracing just a few of those memories with us this weekend on the radio. And we also want to get to some serious things because there's a lot of serious things going on. I think that might be why people are escaping to these reruns, the election all these headlines, these crazy things that pandemic, you know, still dealing with some of that. And then how does all of this affect us? With our personal economy, our jobs and our investments on Wall Street? You know, the really tricky thing about playing the market is obviously knowing when it's time to buy when it's time to sell. With the market's running pretty hot lately for the most parts, except for a little volatilities here, and they're CNBC's Jim Cramer says that the time to sell us actually. Now you can't just let it rule. You have to take something off the table. Look how far we've come. I agree. I don't like Craig. I don't like great. There's two main emotions when it comes to the stock market fear. And greed and me, just say neither emotion. Is good. It's not good to be afraid of your investments. Not good. That is not a good thing, but it's also not good to be so greedy too. Where you know, you just can't let go. As Kenny Rogers said. You need to know when to Holdem no in default on my no in the fall, and that's right. When the walk away no one around but seriously Now is the time where you need a strategy, folks. I mean, there's stocks and there's bonds and usually that's where it all ends with a lot of places where we can put our money. Are we going to be in a 60 40 stock? Bon Nick's. We're going to be in a 70 30 villa more aggressive, or we're going to be 50 50 and be a little more conservative and that becomes our mix. 70 30 60 40 50 50 folks. That is not a plan. That is not a strategy. Those were just asset allocations. Now with that. There's so many more asset classes out there. There. His gold. There is realestate. There's international stock. There is international bonds. There is private equity. There is venture capital. There's private debt. All of a sudden, we've got a whole Smorgasbord really of investment options, especially for those who are accredited investors. You saved a million dollars or more. Now, an entire new landscape of investment options are opened up to you know, why is that so important? Because when the markets get volatile, the more diversified you are within the types of risk. Cause I know what you're thinking. Well, I'm diversified. Yes. You're diversified. 60 40 boy in a minute. I'm not just in a stock and bond. No, no, no, no, You're in a lot of different stocks or stock funds, mutual funds, or you're in a lot of different bond or bond. Mutual funds, which is okay, There's nothing wrong with bond mutual funds or bonds there. Nothing wrong with stock mutual funds or stocks. It's just those are only two types of risk folks, and what we've learned is now that interest rates have sort of bottomed out. There's no capital gains for bonds to accumulate right now, as interest rates fall than bonds experience capital gains So we're not getting that reprieve from volatilities E of the stock market. So now we need to diversify out our risk. So if stocks fall 40% We don't want our portfolio to drop more than 10 or 15%, or I mean, we don't want to drop it all. But that's not really feasible if you're invested in the markets of portion, Air portfolio Will drop. But if you drop 10 or 15% Instead of 40%. Now you don't need, you know a 70 or 80% increase just to break back to even again. Okay, This is just good old common sense when it comes to investing, But even though Jim Cramer Khun b, you know a little bit excited. You know, he could be, you know, out there a little bit His point is making is very, very good. Greed, greed, greed can really get us if that's the emotion that we're riding on it, By the way, I just I spoke with a really just an awesome family. Two weeks ago. Just a great couple. They worked really, really hard. Fight. They made this mistake back in 2008. They got really scared because that you see they had nearly a million dollars back in 2008. And they were within about three or four years of retiring and then it dropped. Down to about $700,000. And they got scared, and they put it into essentially government bond funds. Making less than 2%. And now all these years they missed out on all the gains is so now after 12 years. They don't have a CZ, much as they had before the drop. You know it now? Is it safe yesterday have to worry about a lot of volatility Note. But was it the smartest decision? Absolutely not. And so and I said, Look, here's the real kicker. This is why you need to work with a fiduciary folks. They went to an advisor that gave him these bonds because that's what they told him. They wanted But In my mind, I'm thinking, okay. How does this guy I happen to be a guy. How does this guy make money just selling them Government issue type bond funds. They said. Well, you know, we've been in the same type of of funds for 12 years now, but We noticed that every two or three months It changes which ones were in What do you think That is? Well, I don't really want to speculate, but in my mind, I'm thinking well. The only way this person could make money is if they keep buying and selling different ones, But it's the same kind of stuff. So why do I need to sell this bond fund that that's over here? That's government issue bonds, government tight bonds and go over to this one. That's government tight. Bonds ever really changed anything about my investing? No, not at all..
"andy griffith" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"You never know the things people will react to other show. I mentioned that there's a remake of the TV show Perry Mason, the show that By the way, I hear all the time for people who think you're making up that you haven't seen the show. Even John Wyatt. See this. The original Perry base of the Raven burn the thing that blows me away, but I just honestly think there's never been a time that that has not been on in re broads. It's like One of the other shows that I just always on and have never gone away. And I don't mean like, five years ago, but that have been really on for 30 years. Non stop for more Gilligan for sure, right? Cheers. MASH, I'd say both cheers and Machin. Seinfeld is not as old as some of the others. But that's that will be on when the world ends, don't you think? Everybody loves Raymond is another one from a little bit farther back. There's some of the others that you've seen. Ah, Star Trek Star Trek. The old Plus, They've made six new different versions. There was the one with Patrick Stewart, I think was his name and a bunch, but you still see the old Leonard Nimoy star treks. Little house on the prairie is still on. I don't see Partridge family and Brady Bunch is much anymore, but you used to see that. Ah Any others that you can think of? Oh, um Andy Griffith. Andy Griffith is that that just never ever went away, did it? Yeah. You know what? That why they were always kind of the same Andy Griffith. That was that was Andy Griffith was always good. But the ending was kind of like one of those bad rock and roll songs were played before it was Something bad happened And then it was all happy and they all love each other. In the end, it would Champy left what he or she was stormed out IAB. I assume she came back, right? And he didn't hold. No, there were that there was always death. But you never see the person die like Andy. Like Opie's mom. She must have died at some point in their But Andy, for some reason, never talked about that. I mean, wouldn't you think that I'd come up from time to time? Well, I had the girl apparently pretty quick after Mom was in the grave because Opie's like foreign Here's Miss Crump, that was what was member she is that she was the teacher. Well, anyway, Perry Mason's been on forever and ever and ever. I still think it's not every night and one of those candles and I mentioned that anyway, they've got they've done remakes of it over the years, And now there's a remake at HBO, and I just mentioned that briefly that I'd watched one show it. I thought it was kind of dumb because they changed everything. He's not even a lawyer. I mean, He's above. But he's a private investigator, and he's not even successful yet anyway, I've watched episodes two and three. Now it's very good. I mean, it's it is nothing to do with the old period, May said other than the set in Los Angeles in the thirties and the fourth, I guess, Addison think after World War two Forties and fifties. But it's very, very good and The actress who plays the Like the Christian charismatic preacher female. She's very good. Also that guy Rice, Matthew Rice, I think his name he plays period. Mason..
"andy griffith" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
"That that grew up in that town that's exactly right all that said I long for the days of simpler times when we've watched the Andy Griffith show because right now all I'm seeing on TV is political headlines and I think after you see all the debates in the different polls Brian a lot of us are kind of over it already but we've got several more months with this thing to start off into it certainly interesting right now but Warren buffet we heard from him a little bit earlier on the show today about his thoughts on corona virus now we're gonna get a saucier on politics because he talks to CNBC about this thing that people who make their investment decisions based on which party is in the White House actually sabotaging their own financial future I've lived under fifteen presidents fourteen about might invested under I didn't understand or who wrote a little young man but seven Republicans seven were Democrats you do not want to have a political view in investing if you've done that if you've been a staunch Republican or a staunch Democrat for the seventy seven years you have missed out on a lot of the party so he makes a great point thirty several administrations here so do you find people though sometimes have opinions or attitudes politically to make it harder for them to see the big picture in terms of how they should be planning for investing for retirement absolutely every single week we've been getting a sense of beginning of the year and even the end of last year most people say if trump stays and I feel good about the economy but what happens if Bernie Sanders gets there are Elizabeth Warren god forbid like what happens if these guys waiting to happen and I say look you need to relax because I think what happened is again headline so everybody gets caught up into the narrative and there's a lot of good things going on in this country in terms of corporate tax rate to be in down you know what twenty four percent the country being energy independent for the first time in our history going to be the largest exporter of energy here over the next three to five years unemployment is low how can some of the stuff get messed up for shore somebody comes in and and they can undo some but it typically doesn't happen right away in you've got other branches of the government so it's not just the oval office you've got to send it you've got a house so you've got other things that have to happen and typically Jennifer these things are pretty slow moving and insular I'm really aligned with warranty says Hey you know look if you're going to just invest based on who what parties in the office you're going to miss out on a big part of the party yeah you really are in terms of because we know historically seven out of every ten years an attack in a look at the last time you know the market's gonna be positive so do you want to limit your exposure to the market based on who's in office probably not yeah we're not I think you wanna look overall where the economy is at but no matter where it's at I still think you want to have some money and you need to probably have some money in the market because we know equities long term outperform bonds outperform fixed income we know this we know this we just got to make sure we're taking the right amount of rest you got to make sure that somebody's building a customized plan for you that's basically benchmark as Jim likes to say to your lifestyle yeah not the S. and P. five hundred benchmark a play into your lifestyle to make sure what you want to have happen in retirement is going to happen and there's a lot of things we can't control we can't control what the market's going to do we can't control you know how your health is going to be we can't control the exit strategy in terms of when that's going to happen but we can make sure that we build a plan that allows you to do all the things that you want to do that's where we want to put the focus back on this weekend we know right now you're inundated with political headlines it's hard not to get caught up in all of this but we're here to help you achieve your retirement goals but that focus back on your personal economy me and how you're going to achieve those goals yourself so tell us about your ideal retirement and Brian and the team will go to work helping you develop that strategy to send you down that path and that second opinion service helps you do that again we're doing that for the first seven callers on today show coming to discuss your retirement goals if you have concerns about where we're headed politically how your portfolio's position to deal with that this is the time to address that.
"andy griffith" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
"Body that that grew up in that town that's exactly right all that said I long for the days of simpler times when we've watched the Andy Griffith show because right now all I'm seeing on TV is political headlines and I think after you see all the debates in the different polls Ryan a lot of us are kind of over it already but we've got several more months with this thing to start off but it's a it's certainly interesting right now but Warren buffet we heard from him a little bit earlier on the show today about his thoughts on corona virus now we're gonna get a saucier on politics because he talks to CNBC about this thing that people who make their investment decisions based on which party is in the White House actually sabotaging their own financial future I've lived under fifteen presidents fourteen about might invested under I did not best under who wrote a little young man but seven Republicans seven were Democrats you do not want to have a political view in investing if you've done that if you've been a staunch Republican or a staunch Democrat for the seventy seven years you have messed up a lot of the party so he makes a great point answer several administrations years so do you find people though sometimes have opinions or attitudes politically that make it harder for them to see the big picture in terms of how they should be planning for and investing for retirement absolutely every single week we've been getting this since the beginning of the year and even the end of last year most people say if trump stays and I feel good about the economy but what happens if Bernie Sanders gets there are Elizabeth Warren god forbid like what happens if these guys waiting to happen and I say look you need to relax because I think what happened is again headline sell everybody gets caught up into the narrative and there's a lot of good things going on in this country in terms of corporate tax rate to be in down you know what twenty four percent the country being energy independent for the first time in our history going to be the largest exporter of energy here over the next three to five years unemployment is low how can some of the stuff get messed up for shore somebody comes in and and they can undo some but it typically doesn't happen right away in you've got other branches of the government so it's not just the oval office you've got to send it you've got a house so you've got other things that have to happen to typically Jennifer these things are pretty slow moving and and so I'm really aligned with Worley said Hey you know look if you're going to just invest based on who what parties in the office you were going to miss out on a big part of the party yeah you really are in terms of because we know historically seven out of every ten years in a deck and a look at the last at you know the market's gonna be positive so do you want to limit your exposure to the market based on who's in office probably not yeah not I think you wanna look overall where the economy is at but no matter where it's at I still think you want to have some money and you need to probably have some money in the market because we know equities long term outperform bonds outperform fixed income we know this we know this we just got to make sure we're taking the right amount of risk you got to make sure that somebody's building a customized plan for you that's basically benchmark as Jim likes to say to your lifestyle yeah not the S. and P. five hundred benchmark a plan to your lifestyle to make sure what you want to have happen in retirement is going to happen and there's a lot of things we can't control we can't control what the market's going to do we can't control you know how your health is going to be we can't control the exit strategy in terms of when that's going to happen but we can make sure that we build a plan that allows you to do all the things that you want to do that's where we want to put the focus back on this weekend we know right now you're inundated with political headlines it's hard not to get caught up in all of this but we're here to help you achieve your retirement goals but that focus back on your personal economy me and how you're going to achieve those goals yourself so tell us about your ideal retirement and Brian and the team will go to work helping you develop that strategy to send you down that path and that second opinion service helps you do that again we're doing that for the first seven callers on today show come in discuss your retirement goals if you have concerns about where we're headed politically how your portfolio's position to deal with that this is the time to address it to with Brian and the.
Trump wins Iowa GOP caucuses
"Well it's good to Iowa a president trump one big ninety seven percent the victory in Iowa the caucus is a lot of votes Republicans Democrats Republicans got their vote counted in ninety seconds president trump wins results reported ten o'clock boom there's the results Democrats still have no clue department of homeland security this is important confirms that there was no hacking nothing interfered with the Democrats votes what really happened I'm do I'm just betting is that the Bernie one very big Biden got nothing so the votes need to be we count three count them and normally a member at Florida where they had a recount the bush or gore stuff yeah remember they invited officials law enforcement officials to come in and be in the room and they asked the cameras in the media the press to come in and witness the recounting they're not doing that here I guess to streamline the process be more efficient to when you say there's something fishy going on here something fishy something very fishy there's like the Fulton fish market here let's just go over this now what they did was they got rid of all the paper ballots the Democrats said there's no need for paper ballot you know didn't fire metal stuff white cut down trees no paper ballots so they decided to do this digitally they created a nap well they didn't create a nap they brought in Hillary Clinton's people Robbie moved ran the two thousand sixteen Hillary campaign you member rugby move he's the guy the cost or the election he's the guy it meant member in two thousand sixteen all the fake polls kept coming out Hilary's gonna win by ten points Hilary's gonna win by twenty points Donald Trump has no path the two seventy well those are all rigged polls they take Republicans down to nothing in the sample they don't use likely voters are totally rig so Robby mook was the first guy ever in any presidential campaign not to do their own polling they relied on the public polls stupid because they didn't know that the they were losing Michigan they didn't know they were losing Pennsylvania they believe those fake public polls trump was doing real polls here John McLaughlin had the best pollsters in the world so he knew just keep going back to Michigan then it probably move should have known something was up why was truck going back to Michigan eight times last week why we keep going back to Pennsylvania so this Robbie move not the brightest guy in the world and when you hear that it's a tech firm of Hillary Clinton the operatives what do you think what's the first thing you think corruption what's the first thing to go you could trust these people so what they did was these Hillary Clinton people these are Robby mook types they created a company called shadow perfect name as shadow sounded like a right trustworthy company shadow and another one it started out as ground to base the crowd strike this is right up there with crowds straight ground base in shadow went to I with the DNC brought the men to create an app the words the only does paper ballots will do this all in an app that we all the data is transmitted digitally to them but there is a paper trail or try to find that paper trail you go try to get your hands on that paper trail right see where that paper trail is so the app will transmit all the data to the DNC to all these people and they all will give you the results will sound like a good idea didn't with dozens of a good good idea it sounds like you don't want to write this all down and let's have the papers on the ballot so they're saying something went wrong the data wasn't properly transmitted everybody's internal polling from Bernie to everybody shows Bernie one big by and did nothing they're gonna really count also the inconsistency then would be that Joe Biden's numbers were just too long way this can't be right yeah it well check this out I don't know if the data wasn't transmitted something happen other Dutch justice department the homeland security's look in there's no hack anywhere some of the data you'd get transmitted just right then they have another story they put out about out of they got three different sets of data so it doesn't make any sense what does that mean well they suppose they and the idea was they would give you the results from the three different votes the first vote then when people switch their votes and then the final vote I've been doing this for a hundred years it's always perfect again at the results ten no one hears the resigned such a stupid contest anyway why well first of all I mean it's not really I was not represented the United States this isn't really of election you have to go stand in a room or a like a fire house okay took a long walk from corner to corner card yeah but it is representative of the United States I don't think so you in northeastern the leaders come on now I got this like the Andy Griffith show these people aren't represented the United States this is the it's a maybe the
The Murder of Buzz Clinton
"And carpenter was the achiever in her family. She got her law degree from a prestigious college at made plans for successful life but beth's little sister kim had a more difficult and far less charmed life was unemployed divorced and living as a single mob up by the time she reached her twentieth birthday after kim's divorce beth and kim's parents took over much of the character his trial rebecca so they had a lot of control over are there granddaughter's life until him met and fell in love with anson buzz closeted now buzz was an exotic dancer with a reputation as a real party guy he he moved from one job to another so needless to say the carpenter family did not approve of him beth carpenter us turn allen skills as an attorney journey to help her mother sue for custody of rebecca but buzz really shocked everyone when he acted as kim's attorney and one the custody case or rebecca rebecca would remain in the custody of kim although she was living in a converted tool shed with buzz. The matter of rebecca's custody became a really volatile issue. Oh tearing the carpenter family par then bus told his mother that he wanted to move came in rebecca away with him to arizona. He was found shot to death just just weeks later at first police believed that buzz had gotten himself killed in iraq dispute as the truth came to light however conspiracy to murder buzz clayton god led by beth. Ed carpenter was exposed so join us at the quieting today for ambushed the murder of bus clinton. This is a story of control paul hashing enrage which left a young father and husband dead and his family completely often greece who ran a dirt connecticut beer today this is when i don't think of the style before this is liberator double bock a double back beer brewed by thomas brewery and feel connecticut. These spears on the new not very alcoholic did not hop to the gills just pretty pleasant years sweet tasting. This is dark beer. Listen redness around the edges is a medium sized hand head leaves. A little bit of lace. Aroma is roasted mop. Some fruit and the taste is very nice coffee dark coffee espresso some chocolate and raisin. This is a pretty rich neil neil yeah but this is a very good beer relaxed and say sell it could be a meal in a pinch could yeah. You're not a fan of raisins in anything but i guess it's just a tactic touch. I'll give it a try. We're and i've heard a couple of physical bottles to their five hundred milliliter bottles those negative swing time to the auckland yet who also i got a few of those. We'll take him down to the end and share around all right. Let's open it up. Okay okay. Let's get to the quiet we are. She is two guys down here at the other end of the bar. Quiet draper's recall that exactly get an boisterous guns. You don't don so. Let's start with the story. Anson clinton third also not his buzz was born in nineteen sixty six his parents buck tuck in d. were young and been married for about a year and they lit with bucks paris and decided that her baby boy needed nickname like his father. You're his book was also an anson and that's a family name that had been passed down through generations so between the two of them they decided to call his son buzz which turned out to be a pretty apropos nicknamed flung conceit buzzed appear student pretty much from the start school at diagnosed with dyslexia. It isn't third grade got enrolled in a public school special education program to help with meeting at their little chance of him being a scholar the school. I think he had any desire to be a scholar. No i dropped out of high school the second half of the senior year you you get that far. Can't you finishing issue diploma. It's not what was going on later. He did eventually get his g._e._d. Now in-school glow he'd been very good wrestler. He's a small larry. Panicking so restless goody <unk> gymnastics as father was a high. I school wrestling coach and he encouraged us this future messenger. There isn't really in probably the best you can do is get a scholarship ship to a big wrestling school that like we said he wasn't a scholar wasn't interested in school right right so he's out of school for house d._j. Meagre random using that business name rent. The bus entertained yeah but when the d._j. Business didn't take off. He decided for a while to follow aw father's footsteps as a union ironworker he got work in different parts of connecticut and even iowa but when the steel industry came on in hard times plus was without drought it moved back home with his mom and dad did jobs he became quite the party guy got a reputation as someone like a to exaggerate. He began to drink and use drugs to excess. I nineteen ninety and his mom and dad knew it was a problem. He was spending a lot of time. In the local. Oh bars when he was in his early twenties. He moved out on his own a few times but he just returning to the family hall he was a good looking guy very small and compact but it kind of above jonas face so when he was offered a job as an exotic dancer has decided to give it a try he'd been working as a mechanic connect and a tow truck driver but the work wasn't steady. The dancing was just a few times a month at a local bar and no experience was necessary. Say didn't didn't have to be like a professional dancer news of a good vibe yeah he was in shape and he just had stripped out new g. straight in kind gyrate around in women would give dollar bills so it was pretty good money compared to what he was making it most of his other jobs in ninety two buzz had been dancing ladies eighties night on a semi regular basis and then one night can cartner came into the bar she was with a group of girlfriends and buzzsaw her and they made eye contact so when he was finished dancing the night he approached cam and started chatting with her. Him was pretty shy but she liked buzz right off. They were both twenty any six of the time. Him got married right out of high school. In that marriage had ended badly less was really sweet to her. He cock lament her and destroyed her like a princess princess. He was instantly really taken with her which surprised people because she wasn't like other girls that he dated as this good looking guy china dancer had plenty of opportunities to hook up with a lot of attractive women but kim seem special to him and kim in her two year old daughter rebecca. We're living with kim's peres since the richard carpenter had this time when she met buzz and so when she is growing up him doing fewer especial and some people would later compare her childhood to the fairytale cinderella her big sister beth was the daughter could do no wrong and kim seeing credit doing anything anything right kim's none. Cynthia was a college grant into father on and worked in his own landscaping business. This is after he spent twenty some years. The serbs now kim was boiling finicky neria p._k. You nancy inborn error of metabolism that results in decreased metabolism of the amino acid fennel -ality so it's untreated were inadequately treated can lead to intellectual disability seizures and other mental disorders. Now is a diet to prevent these problems so is a lesson in p._k. You okay so the era in this people are p._k. You lack an enzyme that converts fennel alan into tyrosine and because of this is as we said visitdell nepomuceno al anon which always issues basically you'd put the person on a low protein or low fennel allen in diet the should've okay right and that's been proven that the earlier you initiate the diet and better you here to the diet that the outcome is so used to dome and i'm not sure what stunned these days the the formula that was used because they couldn't use regular farmyard rescue was a diet on the law and fennel allen his canola very original name and what used to be the thought was that once the child's brain was mature. You didn't really need to hugh to the diet that much. That's wrong to be on a diet for life. Forever is what's going to happen off the diet this i._s. Damage so you'd know it rains mature that says i stood in a lose some parts sinai actively. Yes definitely let scary so you need to be on a diet particularly as you have p._k. You and you're pregnant. You're absolutely still be on a diet. Who's you can really cause problems. Shoes fetus well. Rebecca did have some issues so i don't know if that that was the problem or not if can wasn't sticking to the diet it could have been has dante rebecca some issues. You know she wouldn't pass p._k. You on tour because as a recessive trait so we know that rebecca would be a carrier she had to be she wasn't could be affected blessed to metabolic screening and even at the time rebecca was born the metabolic screening in connecticut and they live pick that up at birth reassuringly after his big thing. Is this what led the original metabolic swing was for p._k. You got your test and grew into that those details and now he added a bunch of different tasks onto that in ice out. He's still call the p._k. Your metabolic scream mr couple dozen disorders that can be tested for so what i'm saying is if kim was an honor p._k. You die. I issues pregnant her. That could cause a problem. Okay all right so kim did graduate from high school and then she waited tables at a local oh restaurant she ended up marrying a physically abusive alcoholic then she filed for divorce while he was in jail in august of nineteen ninety he can give birth to rebecca and afterwards she lived at home with her. Mom and her mom took a lot of the responsibility of taking care of the baby. Kim wasn't and always the most responsible parent but she did love her daughter and her mother became very attached to rebecca so in kim decided to move out. Cynthia had a really hard time signed with us. She actually wind cantu. Leave her daughter behind with her. Euros discussed for well yeah so kim's sister beth and carpenter was was really the families golden child in many ways to sit the dick. Van was just perfect. She was like a female opie from the andy griffith show with blue eyes pale white skin. She had this thick really gorgeous dark. Red colored hair really stands out by the time she reached high school. She made up her mind to go to med school so she knew she was exceptional and was doing well shoes. The firstborn as you said the golden child yeah there was just no chance even without disabilities that can can really live up to this. It would be a tough position to be in for anyone but kim was born three years after <hes> beth anne and she was kind of the happier more carefree sister but her parents really didn't expect much of her. She wasn't a student at the same level as fat but she did want to go to beauty school and become a hairstylist then fifteen when kim was a high school sophomore beth then left home for college. Bethune was enrolled at george washington university as about me major.
"andy griffith" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
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"andy griffith" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Away I just ahead of headlines traffic and weather together coming up after flash back you win a point Serena Williams the survey out there right now director Jose rich in mark actually twelve thirty this morning it was July a gunman appeared at the front of one of the theaters by shooting in Aurora Colorado movie theater kills twelve police officers were on scene and apprehended Mister Holmes in the back of the TV the summer Olympics opened in London at the time Andy Griffiths dies at age eighty raising the plate Richard Zanuck producer of jaws dies at seventy seven and on the radio and David Blatt a hard top ten with titanium what year was it two thousand twelve thousand thirteen forty thousand fourteen because they all three choices two thousand twelve two thousand thirteen and two thousand fourteen rich two thousand thirteen and two thousand fourteen but I got thirteen mark that leaves you with two thousand four she Colorado movie theater shooting kills twelve the games open in London Andy Griffith and Richard gone David the year well congratulations day get that pair tickets to UFC fight night that's this Saturday at the eighteen D. center flashbacks Margie by brown Dodge charity what's happening will tropical depression very remains the heavy rain maker the former hurricane is moving out of Louisiana and Arkansas where forecasters warn heavy rain will continue today a straight.
"andy griffith" Discussed on KTOK
"Floyd's RV's, and if you're nice he might even give you a haircut. That is an Andy Griffith reference for those of you for Maude. Jefferson County, Colorado public schools is gathering input from the Columbine high school community as it considers tearing down and replacing the buildings which were the scene of the nineteen ninety nine massacre. In a letter to the community. Jefferson County school superintendent Jason glass said reconstructing the school is currently just a proposal. He said, it's being considered because Columbine has become a magnet for those interested in the shooting school shooters refer to and study, the Columbine shooting as a macabre source of inspiration and motivation. And they are even called Columbine shooters. There are a lot of people across the globe obsessed with the Columbine shooting. Soul pace. A Florida teen who made her way to Colorado to take her own life in instigated concerns for a potential threat and caused schools across the entire Denver area to be shut down. That's just one example. Additionally the school district and law enforcement make contact with hundreds of people who are interested in the shooting. And what visit the school? Most of them are there to satisfy their curiosity. The superintendent added that during the past eleven months, a record number of people have trespassed or tried to enter the school illegally. I think that's why they tore down sandy hook. They didn't want it to become a landmark when something bad like that has happened. Maybe it's a good idea. Maybe they should do more than just seek conversation about it. Maybe they should do it. Josh Elliott is an EMMY award winning journalist. You've seen him on all three major TV networks at one time or another. And he's hosting a new show which will start on Wednesday on FOX twenty-five. It's called first responders live produced by the law and order creator dick wolf, and Josh Elliott is joining us now on NewsRadio one thousand K T. Okay. So what is the premise, Josh of first responders live? Well, hopefully it's bad as close to that title as we can possibly get it. And, you know, the idea that occurs technology now allows us to be along for the ride, if you will. Previously been able to be we can go with our teams of producers and cameramen into into the winds of work with firefighters, and police officers. Paramedics. Cars and the engines with them as they respond to komo's we're there the calls on site as they. They do for a living. The we're also there with them afterwards to see just how it is impacted by the thing that they do every day for a living. We look to differentiate ourselves bit by really turning that came back on the responders. We're interested also in. Letting the audience get to know what types of people choose to do this for a living. And their loved ones get through every day. And we certainly believe that it's gonna make for some pretty incredible and compelling TV. I know that more and more municipal fire departments are more than just putting out fires. They're usually there when the emergencies happen, whether it's a car accident a flood even here in Oklahoma tornado hit. These guys are seeking and girls. They're seeing the American public when they're not at their best. Do you think it takes a toll on them in the long run? I do you know and I, I have asked everyone of expert, I wonder we'll be working with me every night. Studio also getting a chance to talk to others and frankly throughout my career having the opportunity to respond to the calls. They were responding to as well, and you won't find any admit to some sort of trauma or post traumatic stress that they take away from. Thing that they do each and every day and important thing to remember. I know that we see say, military women men in full uniform. In airports are on the streets, and she in here, people stop them and thank them for their service at, you know, I like to think that that's going to be a place that we get to all of our first responders as well. There's a different idea, frontline journalists. Oklahoma with the tornadoes struck. I mean these are people who are responding, and helping us on the worst days of our lives. And for them, it's just another day at work, and the folks that make those sorts of decisions themselves that as an incredible decision that they make journalist, John, Elliott his day at work is this new program called first responders live from the legendary producer dick wolf. But this is kind of a change for dick wolf. Even isn't it because normally his his scripted television. And I guess the best way to describe this program is non scripted. In fact, I would hope that people wouldn't describe this reality TV oftentimes more on. Things that you tend to be watching our exactly not real. This is about Israel, and I can tell you that. Personally for dick, personally. Even man who throughout his career. I think is always shown to he likes. Good story. Well told and when you can get out of the way of that story, it's often told that's certainly what we're going to be looking to do. Respectfully thoroughly will be a part of useless responding units. But again, there will be distance to allow them to do their jobs and I can tell you a personal quality here as well. Lived in a little town in the central coast of California. And a couple of years ago, it was struck by just one of those massive batches of wildfires. Get tore through that state over the last twenty four months, and he saw quite literally next door as people lost lost homes, lost valuables lost everything. And he actually had neighbors alive. And so I think team personal for him and I can tell you that just to be a part of production. It is professionally humbling for me. Also really quite thrilling again, he's, he's somebody who's not looking to wasted time, but something that he doesn't believe in EMMY, award winning journalist. Josh Elliott is the host of first responders live Wednesdays. And that's going to be eight o'clock on FOX twenty-five I gather you're going to be using a lot of dash Cam and a lot of bodycam video. But I also imagine an enormous amount of editing had to go into this. Right now. We're you know, we are going to provide. A look without any anything at all. Aren't be live. They will be in the moment. And so we'll be on a delay again to make sure that, you know, the kids, perhaps, we're watching their living rooms across the country. Don't go up any faster than they already are we really going to be looking to take you there as often as we can right into it as it is. In fact. Embedded with these units now across the country. And so we are all looking to we. Are we? Is going to help us to tell the stories of people who they are why they do what they do, just to you have a, a real, good sense of not just who they are. But also everything they do from the five alarmed fire, maybe haven that, that kitty cat up in the tree. You know, they, they don't know anymore that we do what that next call is going to entail, and that truly is I think something that we all share he share with the first responders, we're covering when we say that. That's why it is that we do we do to find out what it is that next call, we'll bring Josh Elliott first.
"andy griffith" Discussed on The Adam and Dr. Drew Show
"I was prescribed over a hundred three thousand pounds from two doctors, like thirty six pills a day, absolutely ridiculous. But that was something that I had to be personally accountable, for and take ownership for. And if that wasn't working for me, I had to make the changes. So I had to do that trying to control of my life, back opiate addiction. So my what I'm curious about is, is your son motivated to meet you. In other words was. This strictly motivated by you and your family. And this kid's gonna come up, and he's pissed off and has resentments or is he excited and motivated wanting to come to you? Excited motivated. It was all strictly me trying to reach out to him and actually yesterday, he sent me a message online, they'll happy birthday dad with upside down smiley face. So that was nice to know that, you know, he's he doesn't have any other family, besides myself and his family, and it's important for people in the world to know that there's people out there they care about you. And there's a place for you to go even if it's just to get he's motivated excited. What did you have to fight so hard to get them up there? He thought that I wasn't interested like we never had any conversations between the mother, and I four and surely nineteen years. All right. Well kern. I like that. You're taking care of self now. And are you so ber-? Yeah. And for years decides medications that were given to me by my doctor. So. Yeah. For past two years. I haven't taken any medicine since I got back with him back in my stomach the hunter without that the hundred and three thousand pills were following doctor's orders. So we're skeptical of that. So now I can send you an Email doctor. I understand what you're saying that one hundred percent. It's that whenever you like okay so look, here, here's thing good. Yeah. Good and good and good reconnect with your a strange boy, and I would say, try to enjoy others company, I wouldn't try to figure out too much too fast too soon. You know, just sort of whatever you're doing view expectations. You know you know what I mean? Yeah. Kern current and interesting guy. I it's like he's just this sort of a dance of high intelligence meets addiction meets. A wrap a story a cadence patter. You know, I I don't know. And, you know, I think they're, they're addicts that people have the rap usually you know what I mean. Tell you everything, and they're the cub across is really bright. And they, they also come across is sometimes learn it like they learn the subject. But you feel like it's all a rap to work around the addiction. And whatever other feelings that may go along with that, you know, there's a kind of a certain rationalization. Yeah. Like there's a certain again. Like when people go, I don't know or or I don't remember when that was or I don't know like you go do you drink do you smoke or whatever. And they go sometimes, but not that much like you are just problems, not problem. But when they start giving the raffle, let me tell you story as I used to, you know what I do now. Now, my regimen now right? I tell kids, you know, and it's like okay, there's energy, there's some there's some energy, the Kern has that is attic, energy. It's been through a lot seems to come out the other side of it. And hopefully he and his son will enjoy that other side together, and he should be cleared that, that the his previous illness made it impossible to reach out to him, and I would say my advice, what I worry about is current as Kern. Wrapping on a son like really just Piter this pep pep pep. You know, here's the dates. Here's mom, here's what have your mom. Here's what happened out show. Some emails. Right. Try to reach out your mom. Like I get. That's what he got legal case. Yeah. He's got a stenographer with them and she's reading the minutes..
"andy griffith" Discussed on The Adam and Dr. Drew Show
"You don't see what people did how they made a living and that a Cosso room and Bubba blah and then shortly thereafter, like I met Jimmy, and it'd be like. Month after I met him. It's like come down to k rock. We're getting your start. We're going to edit your bit will meet, you out front at four thirty in the morning in like. Oh, I better not be late if he's going to be out there. Four thirty in the morning. I can't I can't just hit the snooze five times right? Wandering oh I know. Yeah, I, I I've met many people who, who can do that. And then when you if you ever kind of go him and you can't be late they go. Hey, man. You're late, which is always interesting. But. I was like, I don't, I don't want this person to have that impression of me and they're gonna and, and really behind that is, I don't want myself, exposing myself to my own judgments of myself in relation to that person. So I, I was just like such your l'armee ended up. And get up and, and be there and. At that, at that point. I was like, I don't know where this is going. But I do know where it's going to go shop a half hour late, which is nowhere. So I'll just show up and most we'll see if this works, but that was a strong notion. I had like you better start changing your ways guy was a guy who slept in, you know, I, I do construction at seven AM and that was like way too early for me. Always shaded it like Lord go off at six fifteen for guy who. Hates getting up construction morning radius not not a great schedule for the dude he likes likes to sleep in. I Gary, do you have any calls hungover or my making that up. I'm looking at the screen, I'm not seeing. I'm not seeing anything dancer can be. No just sometimes I don't know if the call. I don't know if the screen is right or wrong. You have some lights lit up in front of their. I don't know. I don't have anything I, I have a couple lights. Let in front of me. I once in a blue moon. The screen is just the old screen and doesn't get updated two calls. Yeah. Absolutely. I'm just two calls on hold here. Well, we'll, we'll update look into that. They may have already been taking. We'll find that up. So drew what else? I just think changes such interesting thing because really, you know, when you when you think about some of the things you complain about. But your friends and things like that. Ultimately, you're asking them to change. Right. And people don't just change without something, motivating the change and other people don't have it. Very well it has to come from inside. Thank lets you. It's a big change. And how do you the questions that had you get that internal thing going? And, and as I told you discussed is one way, but to get them to see themselves. NBA disgusted is too tall order. I've found that most are many burn a lot of calories sort of wrestling against the change these calories have gone into change. But there's a lot of wrestling with that, and while it's such a desirable, like what could be a more attractive attribute. Then the person that is chain..
"andy griffith" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"H S, Kentucky, Yannis breaking news, weather, and traffic station. That's a tough story about that sheriff. But I'm sorry to times and stuff stuff. Three D. You is in your out. Two's enough. Probably exactly right. I mean, that's tough him. I was just thinking if sheriff sadly, get a DUI, whatever. And then you go to rehab, and then you're coming back on your fighting for sobriety and your career and so forth and people could could open a pathway and say, you know, what I see what's happening here. You're the chief law enforcement officer assignment. Not a good example. Nope. They should be more. Like Andy Andy Griffith. Never threw down any moonshine any could've on. Maybe what was the Andy Griffith show? But in Mayberry. Andy only failed one time as a sheriff. I know all the episodes believe me first off I liked his first girlfriend. I've never liked Helen the Helen Crump schoolteacher, she's a little uptight or something. This is too tight. She's always had that resting face. And. I know it word you thought it was going to use. Anyway, she she was just to uptight. I don't know. I don't know what happened to that. First actress, they had to play Andy's interest or whatever she worked at the drugstore. She was the soda maker. I was only five years old or whatever I was watching this going I like her anyway, she went away. And they brought on Helen. But if. If you're the sheriff, you can't have DU is you can't do that. And you also can't mess around with well, unsavory people and end the got tricked one time. Well, maybe a couple of times by the fun girls. Remember, the fun girls they'd role in the may bear in and Helen, Liu poopie. No, what was her name the other? The what was what was Barney's girlfriend's name? I'll think of it here in a minute. Anyway, she. Thank you miss Ellie was Andy's I miss Ellie. I love miss Ellie sweet angelic. She was going places. I think she was studying due to whatever. And then she ran for office. She was like, she was a real woman. She had a she had a wide view of life. But only Andy somehow was taken in by the the feminine wiles of the fun girls, and they were from mount pilot, and they would come back and try to coerce Andy and Barney to go out partying with them much to the chagrin of Helen film. Lou. Here's a scene. I just happened to have ready the fun girls come speeding through me. And you nobody's allowed to speed and Mayberry ever so Barney and Andy pull them over as they should why they're endangering the lives of Mayberry citizens. And while this conversation is going on at opens with one guy on the sidewalk, but then people start gathering around and listening to the conversation between the fun girls. And sheriff Andy Taylor and his loyal deputy. Barney fife. Haddow?.
"andy griffith" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Steve congratulations will have another four pack of those passes a little bit later on this hour, but now going to get right back to the calls going to go to my friend. Karen, Wisconsin, Karen, you're next on nightside. Thank you for calling in. Hi, dan. I agree with you. But, but you know, that whole Jesse saying got me so upset and I ended up going out to some bars and teaching the telling the bar tenders about the angel shot. And kinda took my Bill go club and made plain of saying, you know, I'm six is silence beach. I just kinda. Splashing about three bars. You didn't get arrested now. Right. Karen? No, no. I'm being you know, I just said I am sick. No. Then. Well, anyway, and I thought about the other day when you're talking about how did that trash get in you know, that mess because we put trash there. You know, we don't put it in the basket. And I'm so I don't want to have a heart attack over anger. But last night somebody on the song on the radio said, something not very nice somebody like like how is watching Andy Griffith in you know. Know wishing for the good old days. Here an ultra wild ultra liberal and that made me really mad, but I come down and decided I mean. Who said that care? Did you say indie Griffin said that? No somebody that I like on when I was on Bradley's. Oh, okay. All right. Griffin. Did I? Expressing you know, who the world is different. And you know, what I really want to go after the guy. How's that turned into an ultra wild ultra-liberal, Massachusetts? Okay. We'll do me a favor. Just stay stay out of the bars. You don't bring sound like you bring you said a stick with you in the bars. Well, yes. Well, I guess. I'm just trying to say make a point. But those bartenders were very happy to know, you're at the one that said angel shot, and I told them they Google found out. I did I was. Was another one of the the. That's great. If we spread that word. Hey, karen. We I wanna say quickly. It's is is that I tried to I tried to instead of bashing him for bashing her. I tried to you know, let's try to look at what we have in common instead of being so divisive. And that's all we can do as individuals. I got it. Well, said Karen and going gonna let you run I got full lines wanna get to everybody have a great weekend and happy Saint Patrick's Day care, and we're going to go next gonna go to John. We've had a lot of John's and a lot of Karen's tonight. Hi, John, you're next on nightside. Hi, dan. I can hear you. Fine, you go right ahead. John. Yeah. I I like the there's been a few people who have reference there's only one God. And. I will agree with that. And I think you stated that as well. What I also liked was the. Quote that you referenced was. Foxhole. And I I probably going to give it a real simple. It has been said that there are no atheists in foxholes meaning in a. Yeah. You got it. Okay. Go ahead. Yeah. Yeah. Action to it. Exactly. And I completely agree with that statement. And and but folk focus on what we're talking about tonight. Which is this. We have this guy. I watched a minute of this videotape. It was disgusting. This guy went in and just slaughtered people. Obviously he feels that. Somehow they represented something that he felt they were worthy of just being slaughtered. He's I used to think about these guys. Well, they're crazy. Anybody would walk in and shoot people crazy. No, they're evil. But even beyond that. This guy's no hero. He's a coward. And he needs to be described as a coward. Just like the Boston bombers were cowards and the major in Fort Hood who walked in and shot US military personnel who unarmed because he had a gun coward. The guy that walked into the to the to the Christmas party is San Bernardino coward. They're all cowards. They're all cowards. And we need to to make people understand particularly young people. There's nothing heroic. No matter what your 'cause there's nothing heroin abo- going in and slaughtering people inside a house of worship. That's all. I'm trying to say and some people don't seem to be getting tonight. John. No, oh, I absolutely number one. This. Yes. I absolutely agree with your assessment and. There's. You. There's there's. So I called in earlier, and I. I know you need time to continue on. But. You call in. Did you call in earlier tonight? Yes. I did. Did you get on the air? Yeah. No, no, no, John. Once once a week once a week, I got to cut you off at that point once a week. Thanks have a great night, very quick break. A lot of John's and a lot of caring and every once in a while one will slip through its once a week, folks. Six one seven two thousand four hundred thirty triple eight nine to nine hundred thirty sometimes we've been that rule a little bit. Sometimes not often. But once at twice a night. Now not supposed to happen. Back on nightside after this..
"andy griffith" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"Yup. Yup. Yup. Yup. Yup. Saying on Anson bees. All I think of and be from Andy Griffith show. Sorry about that old. Your old man cultured. Yes. Oh is that what it is? Your property. My culture, that's a white show. Isn't it? That was good show is black and white. Yes. I have nothing. So we could joke around about this on this show. It's just when Erica says something could be racist. We just made her feel bad. Why would you say that? I don't know. For girls traumatized now not gonna say anything. Are you never come back? Okay. Another one. Hey, this is not me. Do I we can't have nice stuff. Morning ritual. Gary Lewis Canas AM seven hundred Tucson's most stimulant, we're making a famous seat. Normally Erica will be working the state of the union watching party mister Ron's tomorrow night. But instead tomorrow night should be in here. Running the state of the union if you can't get the Mr. Ranjana, listen to it. We're gonna air it on Kanus eastern, seven o'clock. So maybe the next thing you still go to Mr. orange would almost every Thursday. I was there last Tuesday you were there. Okay. So you were there. There you go. So when you go up to the big tent outside you could say, which one of you is Erica. And then you'll say. That's you. So you you're famous now, you're famous won't say who I am. They'll no more than likely to go which one of us Erica. Where's my free shirt? You gotta give Garrett more of a hard time. This little Sadie. They'll be they'll they'll love you. They'll love you are you really taller than Garrett. Oh my God. They could say that is that the always go to that. I didn't say three things I think you need the number one the president putting thirty seven hundred fifty more military troops down by the border. They're getting there, and they'll revalued after another ninety days they're going to put some more Constantino wire down second thing. I think you need to know the Virginia governor Ralph Northam who the big distraction by the media is talking about a black face photo. There more outrage about that. Then when he said about abortion itself. And he's okay with with the killing of babies once they're delivered. I'm telling that's why this is happening. The Democrats realized they went over the line. They've offended a lot of people. They may people LA lot of people mad and now all of a sudden they're like let's just change to race. That's what they're all talking about so ridiculous. Anyway, he still has a job. There are more people saying he should resign. We'll see what happens third thing. I think you need to know manufacturing numbers through the roof came out over the weekend manufacturing surged beating expectations jobs beating expectations. Everything's beating expectations. And there's a story in the Wall Street Journal made me smile government workers that were working because of the shutdown. They actually went to the private sector and got jobs. Maybe the why there was a tremendous job growth. We don't need such a big government three things. I think you need to know, by the way. Buddy mind. Sending me lots of texts which I think is hilarious. About the child sex trafficking thing, and we're gonna hang up McCain and flake represented the Arizona border, a border state turned a blind eye to this. Both despicable individuals. I agree then my friends is by the way, I'm all for topless women because Adam LeVine topless hashtag inclusive. It's true. It's true. So that's that's not good enough for you Erica, you're you're you. Are you offended by topless women? Yes. But topless Milic. Adam LeVine, doesn't offend you for a Super Bowl show. But you don't think it was appropriate to take off his shirt. Not for now. But if it wasn't he can just walk around that way. Because he's a man see there you go being sexist again. I think people on opportunity man, ladies, if you want guys if if I have to endure it lady should have be able to do what my wife was on Instagram or something. And she's like, these people are just crazy. I said what? Now, just get off the cesspool of social media unless you're following me. Then it's okay. And and she said somebody wrote now I have to explain nipples to my kids. And I'm like, no, you don't kids. We were. We were watching with people don't have their own. Nobody was like, ooh. What are those things? You can't deep. He was so many tattoos. You couldn't even see the nipples. I could clearly see them because they're glowing in the dark really on. I was like oh, man. Maybe I just didn't care. The only thing I'll say is that at least you didn't get the apparently is rumors. He was gonna take a knee. And it didn't happen. I'm glad here we go audible to Obama. Both teams would have been bankrupt by the third quarter. Love it. Here's here's a another one and an Obama audible cuts to white players on the team with no penalty. Oh, yeah. That's good. It's funny. I like very creative. I like it. It's very good. It's very good. So now. Where where are we what are we doing? What's going on? Oh boy power. Is that what it is? I'll let's play some Ralph north and just real quick. Because this cracks me up. There's so much more after. You know, people on the line play running out of time before Ralph audible voice, this this came out right after I got off the this is like lunchtime on Friday. And this is how fast the new cycle is. This normally be like, really big news. Did you see what Elizabeth Warren date on Friday? She apologized. All these years, we've correctly called her out, and we're not the only ones everybody with at least a half a brain called her out for being focus fake Bogart. She's not she's not Indian. It's not any idiot. I mean this house she wants to be the president United States leader of the free world. You're just not that bright if you claim to be an Indian, and you take a DNA test, and you get the results of the DNA test. And it says you're only one one thousand twenty-fourth native American which is less than the average American people that don't even know their native American have more native American inside them than she does. So you get the results back, and you must be crushed like well there goes that idea. But then you come out anyway and go I'm going to make a video saying, look, I got the DNA results. I'm native of Barrick in one thousand twenty four like, you're so stupid. You come out with that that you know, you're going to get ripped. You definitely don't qualify to be president of the United States of America. You are dumber than a box of rocks and app. College is the rocks. But you qualify to be in congress. Pretty much. Unfortunately. You're right. We're right. You're right. However on Friday, some rock ready for this. Because she she she she such a bad person. She lied on her resume to get a job at Harvard that she was native American she needed to fill the quota. Here we go. This is racism because she couldn't just be wasn't based on her her competence. We need to we need a native American female. Here we go can she fits the Bill and she lied about it. She took a job away from someone. So on Friday. She apologized to the head of the Cherokee nation for taking a DNA test to prove her native American Leauge. She called Bill. John baker. Who's the Cherokee nation's principal chief apologized for her decision to take the test. It what was a brief and private discussion. According to a Representative or really. Yeah. Anything that call went. Yeah. Yeah. And I'm sorry about that for the past twenty five thirty I claim to be you just to get a job and everybody else things like that. Yeah. So. He's like who's this again? What what if she said some inappropriate things? Like, can we bury the hatchet? No. No, maybe maybe maybe. Remember what she said? The reason why she knew she was. Native American idea. Do you? Remember why? Yeah. We actually I don't want you to stay put this in the controls can hit play on that. If you don't mind Erica. This is Elizabeth Warren saying why she's native American here we go. My aunt bee has walked by that picture, at least a thousand times remarked that he that her father my PayPal had high cheekbones like all of the Indians do because that's how she saw it. And she said and your mother got the same great cheekbones. And I didn't she thought this was the bad deal. She had gotten in life. So there you go. I know I am because I've high Chico's they asked for years take a DNA test. She wouldn't do it. She finally did. And she failed miserably spectacular. Actually was awesome. At the very best. She is only one one hundred fifty sec says one hundred fifty second native American. Anyway. Cherokee nation secretary of state named Chuck Hoskin. Judy put out a statement after the results came out back last year. Quote, a DNA test is useless to determine the tribal citizenship. Current DNA tests do not even distinguish whether our person a person's ancestors were indigenous to north or South America makes a mockery out of DNA test and is legitimate use while also dishonoring legitimate, tribal governments and their citizens. So she's not even saying I'm sorry for lying, by the way. She's just saying I'm sorry. I did this and a made you mad. But that would be like big news when a goofball presidential candidate B official like five days. Lied about. This was caught. And all this happened on Friday may be fun to talk about. And I look I got it in like three minutes before the show is over on Monday. Because there's so much stuff that happens all the time even on the frigging weekends. That's how crazy it is. We've time. Play some of this really quick one thirty s. A one thirty six Ralph Northam about the racism now, he did what he did. But he tries to blame other people for the racist. Picture one thirty six listen to what he said his press conference. What I really want to do is talk about the the racism and the hatred and bigotry that that I have fault so long and hard for. I mean, I just a quick example. You know, when when the white supremacists marched.
"andy griffith" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"You. And I got like the radio dropped from, sir. John McGuinness the radio dropped Poggiolini. Really awesome. He's a good, man. Philippines. Are very good, man. That's for darn sure. Hey, buddy, fellow ram fan. Tune. Yes. He is. That's right. You certainly Andy Griffith fan. Yeah. He's he's got very good taste. Up. About that have a wonderful weekend. And thank you for calling in tonight fill up. Take it easy. Look forward to having you in studio after the game. And you get your prediction, right? And is joining us in Sacramento, high an there, Pat right here on your show. I wanted to visit with you about something that is for. How can I put it those who would otherwise not fine intention engagement with the subject of the TV show? Okay. The Super Bowl sounds like a lot of fun for played Super Bowl. Bingo. Have you heard about this with the card Super Bowl? Bingo. Yeah. What you do? Is. You get everybody. You can go online, and there's any number of sites that have the and they generate car you could have like plays called commercials. Aired and everybody has a different card, and so they stay gauge their watching the TV to watch it again. They're watching the call and June or later somebody's gonna fill up their bingo card, but it's kinda fun. How do you where do you get the Super Bowl, bingo cards? Okay. Go onto Google Google Super Bowl bingo card. You'll see that. There must be. Oh, gosh. Five or six sites that had the there? I'll be darned. And it's really fun. So you don't really know the difference between you know. Roughing the passer. Right. And I'm sure there are.
"andy griffith" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show
"Find your whistle whistle, of course, metaphor for what is your gift and my gift happens to be whistling. But everyone has a gift and what I've discovered is that the key is to find what you're. It is and trying to make the world a better place, but not the whole world. But just the person next to you to worry about one person at a time. So have you have you recorded an album of whistling. I have I this is insane. I actually hired a forty piece Symphony Orchestra and we did Mozart's oboe concerto. So I was the oboe. I was not the walrus. I was the oboe. And so yeah, it actually works. Well. What what is doing the anthem? A lot of people think that's a very hard song to sing the national anthem. A- hard song to whistle. What are the hard songs? The easy songs. The national anthem is challenging in that. Everyone knows it. So you've got to do it. Well. What's interesting about taking a piece everyone knows? Well, how do you make it your own? So I've had to interpret it and arrange it for my instrument, which is lip or Russell, right. And then dude in a way that people find it to be interesting, but respectful at the same time. So so that's a that's challenging in that regard their highs and their lows in it on my CD, I've got Mozart's oboe concerto. That is very hard piece because it's twenty two minutes long. And it's just. So that's crazy. And then you've got, you know, your simple tunes. You know, the Andy Griffith theme song, for example. But it's like life at the mailbag names on. But then it's what you do with it. How do you arrange it for your instrument to make it interesting? So do you do you play piano or music? Are you musically gifted other than the whistling sort of? So I sing well, I'm not a soloist. I'm good on samba singer. Right. But that's what taught me how to be a good musician. So the key with being a musician. Whether you're playing a tuba, a Whistler, or you're an opera singer is how do you take notes and turn them into music, which is all about interpretation shaping in the like? So for example, if they're what choir taught me is that if you have a repeated phrase, so it's the same notes. But maybe the different words if it's a choir. How do you do it differently? The second time. Time. So that it's interesting. It's not just, you know, a cut in pay. You're doing AB your your. Yeah. Exactly. You don't wanna cut in pay. So choir taught me how to do interpret music. And so for example, I do song from guys and dolls luck eighty and there's a phrase in there. That's repeated five times in a row. Well, you got to come up with a way to do it. So it's interesting. So I developed these funky techniques were so I can whistle with my lips the traditional whistle, but I can also with with with my tongue. But if you go. And at the same time you get. So give you an embarrassment or if you go Wiwa, and you got. So these are Bella Schmitz that can get birds light on your shoulder. People magazine many years ago, and they said we wanna put you in a tree whistling at birds. And I said, well, how about I hold a bird cage. So they had me hold parakeet. And I was whistling in the bird was like, you're you're weird, dude. School. What do people ask for most? I mean, I'm sure that if you're performing someone will ask for something. They typically ask for the basic. You know, the Andy Griffith theme song because they don't know any better. It's rare that someone would walk up to me and say can you perform Beethoven's fifth symphony. I would never ever think that I can whistle can do bridge on the River Kwai. Yeah. So I can whistle. Kind of anything is a tune to it. If it's a very melodic. And I know it I can typically whistle. But one time I met this Japanese guy, he didn't speak in English. I didn't speak any Japanese. But we figured out that we both love Beethoven and for forty five straight minutes. We whistle Beethoven's symphonies together. So we didn't speak a word, but that music transcended language barrier, close encounters of the third guy..
"andy griffith" Discussed on WTVN
"Eight to ten on Saturdays. This isn't the Pepsi's. Outta smart. You sorry. Yes. Maybe my favorite. I like the Brady bunch, and we'll meet TV and all that. But I've been on meet TV lately, I'm I'm I can't I gotta walk away from the canon Mannix in Barnaby Jones acquit Martin production. Fifty nine Chevrolets seen the be the Hollywood car choice really twilight zone. Have you watch these old black and white TV shows you see more fifty nine if you watch the Andy Griffith show. There's a fifty nine Biscayne in multiple scenes there should be a game going find a car that he drove is a police car, a sixty two or six three galaxy this is sixty three galaxy well one of them when I went back to North Carolina Barney arrest you. Yeah. May pull out his bullet. But anyway, I had a chance to go back to mount airy, and there's Floyd's barber shop there, and there's really that's a real town. Now, it's based on mount airy where he Biscane still sitting there as a black Fifty-nine Biscayne six banger card. Yeah. Remind me of Otis actually of all people. But anyway, I was like. The town drunk now. I know. Yes. Uber. Either one. We're joined by special guests in the studio for our number two, actually two special guest. We have joining us against got McClure of Westerville automotive. Dr Scott, welcome back for our number two. Thanks for having me. Appreciate it. Also joining us now, the Natalie attired, Dan Zini executive vice president of the Ohio Automobile Dealers Association. Here's the man on your right? If you're watching on Facebook live, Dan, how are you today, sir? I'm great thanks for having me here. Randy. We're honored to have you on the program. Give us an overview of your group the geo ADA is the abbreviation will use. What are you folks all about? Well, we're we're a nonprofit association that represents the new car dealers throughout the state of Ohio. So what I mean by that is we we monitor everything in the state where lobbying organization for them. And we love what you do. Because you also put on the Columbus International Auto Show, and we worked very closely with you. In fact, will broadcast live from that. And I know that is an ongoing process is not takes months and months, and maybe the entire year to prep for doesn't it. Sure does it. Sure desert. You know, when you put that many manufacturers dealers and everything. Bring them all together. It's you know, it's it's a fulltime job without question. It's candy land for car people or anyone looking for a car. I tell you every year. There was only one year the during during the recession that everybody kind of pooled their horns in but since nineteen Eighty-eight I've been going to every year since the vet the vet center down on west broad street. I've been to every new auto show and work most of them and every year. But oh, eight was kinda, you know, but was everybody was in the gloom world back then, but but it's just so awesome. And there's so much to do and you can bring the family can bring the kids you can bring the grandkids. And when you sit back, and, you know with your grandpa say so you're that fifteen year old kid, and you want to see your grandpa and grandma hang out with them. This is time to go through there and reminisce and here grandpa talk about how far cars have come. 'cause I really I really like to hear the old timer especially guys in her. Eighties. Won an error made cars like the place to see all. All off the hook stuff. Yeah. You bet. You know, not only do we have all the new cars that are made today we have classics, you know, boots. You got your fifty seven down near several years, and you know, there are several classics there are high lines you name it. We have it. You know, you can drive a lot of cars now, you know, right, right? Into the from the auto show, you can take a car would we opened the door and let you take it around take a little trip around town. That's the best way that you know. I I still say should test drive a car, so go. But now you have the best of both worlds. It was always hard to go there. Contest Dr price. I can test drive them. And that's I think that's a big thing. I think of people have lost because of the internet. They've lost track on how important is to. I never buy shoes without trying to my my wife, and I argue all time she she gets online. She buys shoes. They every day the UPS picking up something that she got online, it doesn't fit or. I want to go try them on you know, in with a Cottam mobile. You got to go try it on because we're all different shapes and sizes makes models, and there's certain cars. I don't fit comfortable. You're you bet. Put your butt on every seat in the house. That's right. That's why I always say it's a shopper's paradise. I mean, if you're in the market going to be in the market for the next year, it is the place to go. There's no place else where you can get everything under one roof. Let's get the five ws when does the car show take place and where and all that fun information the Columbus convention.
NCAA championship game: Villanova-Michigan -- live updates
"Taught andy griffith how to whistle here are gorgeous jordan goes every game of the ncaa tournament is on sirius xm tonight number three michigan takes on number one villanova in the national championship espn radio is live for san antonio all day leading in the westwood one's coverage of the game at nine twenty pm eastern espn radio's on threes exam channel eighty four and on the siriusxm who do you got tonight goes villanova you give shit who wins or nano want michigan the win why not i don't like them wow okay i guess it doesn't matter to me as much i think michigan's the dog so our pipe at the dog and just refer them yeah yeah what i haven't checked was it doesn't matter to me as far as march madness is concerned like the office pools because i'm out i have no chance of winning anything not even a complimentary second or third place where you get the money back from your mood i think the villanova wins you may take second which would either get your money back or maybe plus twenty five bucks thirty bucks those all right let's take some calls here who do we have on the on the is a minute from san francisco someone how you doing man doing great for taking my call you guys i do appreciate it i'll be real quick when i heard about the news yesterday of course i thought it was an april fools joke and then when i started senior junkie and espn i kinda cried i cancelled a birthday party and a wedding to watch ufc shoot twenty three and when i heard the news i'm like you've got to be sitting me this is the fourth time and i don't think i've had been the straw for a fight cancellation like this one so i mean that's how it's a it's a good consolation i mean i'll watch it is just man i've never seen a fight that's been so cursed before and it makes no sense and i kinda understand the nsa he might not want to schedule this again but yeah that's pretty much it meant bombed but i still look forward to this car it's a great card.