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"asner" Discussed on The Dr. Susan Block Show

The Dr. Susan Block Show

04:25 min | Last week

"asner" Discussed on The Dr. Susan Block Show

"Paint around. He doesn't actually do that in his. They're not really like exciting these paintings but they're very kind of contained but the way he's spilled his stupidity and greed all over afghanistan and iraq and the rest of the middle east really after the tragedy of nine eleven which he was reading my pet goat during at best an incompetent at worst. Some sort of facilitator. I never have felt that. We have researched it sufficiently. I don't know if i'm a nine eleven conspiracy but on this almost twentieth anniversary of nine eleven. I still have a lot of questions about that. Terrible strange day anyway. We'll talk more about that. But we also want to say farewell to ed asner lou grant. That's how i know him. And i have a piece in counterpunch and the whole interview with him on youtube. He's left us. A man of spunk and socialism and many things make him quite extraordinary and yet he was always for the ordinary person and that would include women. He and i heard a lot about sex in our interview as you can see. But he's always a gentleman and very respect the full. Yeah baby although he does call me baby. I love it So it's not good news. It's sad rest in peace. I guess pleasure power. Ro peace rest. Where every are i kind of imagine you rising up like karl in up grabbing onto a big bunch of balloons like that house and sale and up into the clouds to see karl marx and fdr. Yes ed asner was a big fan of fdr meaning franklin delano. Roosevelt are thirty second president although it is the name of the show as well and the other meaning is fuck fuck derwich. Okay which. I think ed asner would agree with although he was pretty rich but i think he liked getting fucked and probably paid his taxes and he certainly gave a lot to his community and he was always active for his unions. He was the president of sag and he was always nemesis to one of the great evils before bush before trump ronald reagan. The reagan of disaster that befell america. Because that was when we just gave up on any kind of reasonable socialism democratic socialism. Just taking care of people. We are going to talk more about ed later. Yes we have a lot to say about it. I love the revolutionary old men. And they have to be good looking. Of course..

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"asner" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

02:27 min | Last week

"asner" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

"She's not around writing. Nbc in her later when she comes back from the ashram really where she is. Do you keep in touch with any actors and you worked with any of your friends actors. Yeah peter jason yeah. I like him a lot now. Just concerned about you. Lexi play cards. You sit and do. I do play cards norby walters once a month or two when he played poker. That's nice. What do you do for exercise. I spent a half hour on the elliptical. Okay under some push ups all right and what the fuck with me. No i never want. If i knew that when we acted together in that brief Brief capacity i knew. I didn't wanna fuck with you so Do you do the jfk the The fdr thing anymore is that done. I'm going to do it in cape girardeau misery for how long october one night. Okay as rush limbaugh hometown. I'm going to find out what the roots are to rush. Limbaugh to the monster. What do you think it is. He said well. I heard a story longtime ago that initially he was on radio right spouting a liberal format probably and that they came in and said this ain't gonna sell. Yeah say okay. i'll switch. Yeah he's a showboat there's they're evil clowns and there are good cloud s yeah right but you probably remember like like what was radio like when you were younger when you were loved it when you were trying to get into nbc. Univer uneasy trying to get into radio. I never did. We did some in high school and he did a little bit. I know but i wasn't trying to get into it. Okay and she university theater the air. Yeah escape was another great show. Yeah that's where. I i heard line again versus the ants. God was that great way. Conrad was the narrator. He yeah and they had little bugles boy. Every turn the ants marched. He loved it the theater of the mind so that was when you were a kid. You were listening to that. Like what other things do you remember on that. Radio screen actors.

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"asner" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

06:51 min | Last week

"asner" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

"I said yeah. Yeah very intelligent but not for me and so when we have you back to read with mary. Won't you to read it. Wiki wild fall out the crazy. I know daily. You didn't know so. Okay okay. i shuttle walk out my turn back to them. I say i'm not sure what you've done. What once you let me try it that way now and i don't do it. Don't have me back. They never heard anything like that before right. I never said anything like that but war. Well we have another one. But i go ahead so i read a machinegunner and they laughed and laughed and after the end of this really just like that with. Mary came back a week or so. Later to read with barry. And i kept saying what did i do. What did i do. How do they do it. What do we started reading a red light governor and at the end they laughed. They laughed again. i And said thank you we talking to you and when i left the room. Mary then turned to the boys. Are you sure. Angie brooks is lou. Grant are you sure jim brooks. How old was he. Twelve probably and when he say michigan. I mean like a my recollection of of that. Work that you did. I mean yeah. He was a big character. But not crazy. Well you know it's it's a bit about. You know what you gots park. Dibble's the shit on the floor. Here right right right so that that was the wild and crazy part so funny. Is it like that was a funny moment. Just now now did you Watch punk you do spunky guy. No not at all no i. I took years to build it up. I really learned thing the spunk. But did you grow to. I have to assume that that set 'cause it was like one of those things my mother would watch and i would sit there. You know at the foot of the bed watching that you know. It was such an amazing on samba and was so important to so many people. Did you grow to love that. Show yeah it was the yellow brick road. Yeah lovely. It's so much comedy now. Where did all that generate from did you. How did that. You just began to work together. Like take a little time on the two producers had gray taste. They had a good casting director. J sandwich was i director primarily uh-huh and he he had Excellent comic knowledge. It's just a it's fascinating does fascinate. You in retrospect young but then then we went on and did our show of lou grant. And i think the cast we had there was as good if not sure better. That was a great show. Yeah both of them lasted a good many years. So twelve years. Total for For both of People love that lou grant character. Do they still come up to you now and say lou grant. He's he's the avuncular person that people always want. I think you're hilarious. Oh yeah but you know that. When did you think that immediately. Oh when you send me your father and that the pilot yet and then when you got out of the car here in the driveway instead of where the fuck hamline yeah. It was all look at neighborhood for christ. Where do you live. Oh you would really think you're going to have really got two beautiful place you we rent an apartment or house house it all in the house anymore guarded of that one long time ago. Yeah sees your rally. I let my wife the first way the second one home and you've been married three times the twice okay. She's the owner showing me. Yeah yeah they they. Don't you know after it's done. Someone's not nice usually. Yeah no never never ends. I'm sorry you're going through that. No no no. It's all part of the life spectrum but like let's go back in the career thing after mary. Tyler moore again. You did another forty years of work. Fifty years you've worked more than anyone i've ever seen. Oh well it's amazing. I remember seeing you. Jfk and thinking like holy. Shit at asner scary does heavy. Far has a heavy part. What did you say that got you as far as a heavy farda. Yeah it was. Well jack. Lemmon had the scratches on his face to prove it. that's right. That was that the first time he worked with him. Now we worked on broadway together. When was that was encyc- really. Yeah face over hero. albert dekker. Bitchy blair sandy. Dennis russell collins roy. Pool don't laugh theatre had on holly are did before before. Not not since. I can't holly now when when okay. So the the in one thousand nine sixty work with jack lemmon. Then he worked with him in. Jfk had seen him. Since i don't recall. I always assume that people have these moments where they're like. Oh my god how are you. That's what it is you know we had a we had a great director for face of hero semi mckendrick the night of the cocktail party before rehearsals began. He he said the lovely reading and of course you can't be that funny and use the oi director. He'll take army. Well he so militated against anything. I might do those funny eventually. Had me doing my role with my back to the audience. Why 'cause he didn't want me to be funny. Why and the character could only have been written for two reasons to be funny and to commit perjury as part of the plot. Yeah phil i suffered through that god show years later. I don't know where i i rented. Maybe it was with Jeff game yeah jack and And i made some comments complaining about mckendrick direction..

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"asner" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

09:52 min | Last week

"asner" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

"I worked out with them and had a lot of fun and then when they had their twenty fifth anniversary. They invited me to participate. Do you like doing improv. Fun right we're doing it now aren't we. Yeah i i like to think i am. I'm on it. So where'd you go after chicago. Well went to new york. I ran off to show my reviews to the producers and agents of new york beco- not. Well what they didn't give you a an essay. broadway's yours. Well i run. I went to see carmen. Capelle bone stanley chase. We had done a pirated version of threepenny. Opera So i was to under understudied police chief. Yeah and then lay on announced that he was going to leave for a broadway touring company and i said. Oh shit right zoa by. We were friendly As well that's my role because teaching was my role in. And i'll give my notice of a week earlier and tell recommend in that they try you out for peachable. He did that. I auditioned for it for the guys. They brought me in his speech him. I did it for about two and a half years. Were and where was that. Where is it on. Broadway theatre deletes. Yeah yeah the lord tells theater so as soon as it was spectacular. Right was i. Yeah i think so and the ad and you got in your establish yourself making sixty dollars a week. Betting in god damn week. Yeah parents feel about that. They didn't they didn't make any comedy. They knew i was supporting ourselves though. That's all counted. And when did you When did you start doing television. I was doing television. Do television if you gave them a sufficient notice so you're doing some television in new york way up until a live television probably well was the sunday morning shows camera three lamp into my feet. What what would you do like what were the classic really. Oh so you're doing. A shakespeare greeks on television live on sunday morning. That's incredible footage exists. Well go look right but wendy's you start to so what. What were the the rungs of. By my first camera. Three was a compilation of of elizabethan. Poetry et cetera. And and jackie brooks. I were playing the old lovers. And a girl named sharon follett and george parred. Were playing the young lovers torch prepared fanta check so that was on my my first show on sunday morning. And when did you start sort of defining yourself in roles that you felt were a little more contemporary in a. You know you're monumental figure. Ooh who in television. But like you're very specifically you and i have to assume that in the classics i mean you were. I'm sure you're amazing at it. But at some point you started to chisel away a little more My first big big opening was with bert leonard. And marian dougherty with route. Sixty six okay. They hired me to do a route. Sixty six in grand louisiana. Where booster in. I played israeli secret agents. I darn yeah and we were there because there we had gotten word that there was a suspect. Nazi working on one of the oil crew interesting. Yeah while we came down investigated and found and lures was the suspected nazi and we investigated and found out that it wasn't him. It was somebody else in the crew so i spent three asian grand insufferable heat and mosquitoes and that started to be with marian dougherty and burton leonard urologist young actors. At some point you know cutting your teeth was darn intense then. Wild and crazy. Oh yeah oh yeah so you move out here one. What's nineteen sixty. What do one you've been here ever since but you do a lot of television i am. I mean from the beginning. Because most people know you from mary tyler moore but you're you're doing episodic the untied about one smoke. Alfred hitchcock the hitchcock couple times dr hill. Their doctor killed before i was born. Yeah outer limits limits. But so but you're working like a lot. You're working actor you're in the union things are going good And you were you at that time. Did you wanna break in. The movies was at the plan. You show me the door. Yeah how did that work. I mean took a while to get into movies. Well i did an early movie. Which jeff bridges was if purchase was the star. Of calvin lockhart was the star That didn't go anywhere. I played in high school math teacher. Something i don't know and then and then sixty five yeah Howard hawks hired me for eldorado. Yeah and i went to tucson and had a marvelous time with taking my family there and i discovered tucson. I discovered john wayne and robert mitchum and You guys were hanging out. No move mitchum and i did some not weighing house mitchum as gay. He's a wild and other one another. While man black hearted creature he wanted more than to be a writer really and he was just stuck being a movie star. Tough tough break too. Yeah right but howard hawks was. That was an amazing day to be working with that guy he would love. Yeah so all through this. Well i guess i i guess what's amazing. I don't think people really realize all the time. It's just that when you work as an actor when when he e i mean you really worked were you were like it. Seems like every you must been working every month every week. Well that's that's the killer we arrived in. La yeah in labor on memorial day of sixty one and then proceeded to get jobs for my age. I was lucky to have jack fields And in that the seven months. I made more money than i ever made any year in new york. The six years i spent new york so i i felt we were then the by by sixty two. We moved into a house with your first wife. How many kids do you have three and moved into a house. And i guess you you're a type of the asner type people wanted you saw. How old were you win mary. Tyler moore happened That was a seventy i think. And how did that about forty w-well forty one. I think so. And he's already had a whole life fucking acting already. Like i can't boy like it's all these shows that like i remember when i was a kid. Emission possible ironside. It's crazy man the mod squad because like you know like if you if if someone was to show me a real of your of your your small parts leading up to it would be fascinating to me because like a lot of times. We didn't have the opportunity. I would not have had the opportunity to retroactively. Look at your career like you know a lot of times you know. So i there he is as mr grant never this twenty years before that To look at all that work. Do you consider a lot of that. Work stuff. You're you're proud of you just working on. I don't like to denigrate. I think in terms of take the money and run right. I like to make something out of whatever right sure And they were good roles in there. The route sixty six always had promise. Yeah i did a dili of a one on my way out to california but it was a good show and you love doing it. Oh yeah yeah yeah yeah. So how'd you get the mary. Tyler moore part. How is that had that evolve. Well i guess they They had been doing. Some checking on me The producers asked Ethel wine and who is vice-president charge of talent kennett. Asher her do comedy and she's he can do anything and she didn't know. Yeah i mean. I think verve nothing garnished and grant tigger was at twentieth. He touted me to. The guys came in. And i read. You are known guy. You were go-to guy as an actor. Yeah yeah and i. I read lou for them and at the end of it Jimbo should but that's a very intelligent reading. And as dumb as i am..

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"asner" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

07:44 min | Last week

"asner" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

"They thought they'd give me something. Contra parental kind of it's kind of almost a love it's almost a Poem lo yeah. Yeah it's beautiful beautiful stuff so he's the to hear you read. I stood at one end of the room. And i read him. And of course they thought i a jock from kansas. So i expected to hear cub way. Read and after i finished. What did you learn to read. Like that. And i shrugged. Oh so after that when he came home one day and he said they're going do work in the cathedral as some are production Check the book read it read it. Could you can do any of the roles. And i ended up doing thomas. Were you a jock i. I played football burly. You're like a canadian. we'd hundred. yeah so so. Does he finished college. No i dropped off. Because i became an actor that was it how old we nineteen ninety. And where'd you go after that. Where'd you go i well. My funds were withdrawn. Because i'd started an affair with the lady in the chorus at the same time so between getting sex getting beautiful acting roles. I couldn't pay attention to leo strauss now and your father said fuck this no no more school right so i came home and i had a couple of jobs. Should he jobs and finally Friends who are working on the assembly line at the bureau goes mobile pontiac. Plant cats city. Yeah we've got a job on there's a polisher buffer with the machine and it was an open shop plant and the conditions were brutal especially if somebody who'd never really worked before headwear were mask. No i didn't were mask. But you're you're covered sh much. Yeah so. I had your riot heap foreman. We'd like to pick on main finally He traded off to another form. And i got along with him. I spent six months there. And in the meantime Friends were coming from. Chicago is go back to chicago. They want you to do bruder. Cyncial you caesar really. Yeah why who they. Someone just came to you from chicago friend. We need you to be bruce. Your i went back to give false pledges that the affair fair with the girl was over with to my folks. What were they were. They meant what she wasn't jewish. What was the problem issue. You wouldn't you and that was the problem. Remember the old days kinda. So i went back and i did I did bruce and became more disenchanted with her. Than i thought i had been and stayed on. Chicago did all kinds of jobs there. I sold over the phone sold shoes. But you acting still whenever i could at the university but not. You aren't enrolled anymore. No you're just doing place you could do you could Yeah and my last production for the regular theater which was antigone. We're doing heavy shit. Susan son tag was his many really two lines but She went a different direction didn't she. Yeah i guess you could send a fucked up. How as crayon in antigone and overnight a friday night then. We had a saturday matinee. Some and a saturday night So just before the matinee on saturday the Director of the university theater comes down into the gushing. Romany says you wanted to meet with us. And he turns to each one of them. He says you stunk. This way you stunk. That way you sunk this way. Houston that way and then he said all because of him. Forty me I evidently had shouted my way through play. I'm all admit that spousal. But that i forced everybody else shot into earn ruined the play so i pulled myself back for the saturday night on the sunday reform and and i was then exiled from that particular group then. Another rebel group was forming from exiles. And those who didn't like that direct rebel theater group yes to perform an i noise hall and my first. My first play was man of destiny. George bernard shaw When i do address In the lion. And mike nichols was going to be caesar so they need a little curtain-raiser for andrew cleese so they decided to do a fifteen minute. Platelet by william butler yeats called purgatory. And i played the old man in that. Mike nichols directed so that was his first time directing. And you were it. Was it in. did you guys remained friends. We were never really what we were acquaintances. He was in the compass players right. Yeah and he was there at the beginning of that will you. There of course was that was at the renegade theatre group that That formed is when we came out of that uh-huh paul sills was a member that renegade group and While i was in france stationed in france in korean war. Couple of weeks. Before i mustered out home i learned from paul sills sang. Listen we're gonna start a theater. Here are gonna do classics and and a new players come join us and my life fell into place we and what was it called playwrights theatre club in chicago. How long were you in the service two year did you get. Did you see action not in french. Yeah they didn't know. That was a different kind of that he. Did you learn how to speak french. Blues mom and enough or you take me for the flu. You go back and you're in you do plays with these guys. How how long were you there for with them. Two years okay. So you the two years and then then what happens. You're right. i'm going to wear well. I got great reviews. Paul was starting compass. Then right with david sheppard his partner at playwrights and i. I didn't feel a nice. Jewish boy would be doing improv. So i decided to take my great rave reviews as an actor So i would say they were going for improv theater. That's what the compass players people's theatre so wasn't comedy necessarily do too well. Mike and elaine and shelley berman was there to bourbon mikenowak shelley burn Barbara harris. But not ed asner. Now i later when they when they came to california as second city to their first performance in california Because i was an old acquaintance..

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Is Ed Asner in - 'Dug Days' Show on Disney Plus?

Wisconsin's Morning News with Gene Mueller

00:30 sec | 2 weeks ago

Is Ed Asner in - 'Dug Days' Show on Disney Plus?

"Never died over the weekend. One of his final projects is set to rule out today. Doug Dead Squirrel. The Talking Dog done from up gets his own animated Pixar series, and he's not alone. Get out of my azaleas. Ed Asner is back as the voice of Carl and one of his last performances before his death. Sunday at the age of 91, But it's not his last I m D B list at least seven other projects. Asner filmed her voice that haven't come out yet. All four episodes of Doug Days are out today on Disney. Plus, you didn't dig you, Doug. I am Dog, Jason Nathan's and

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Celebrities Pay Tribute to Ed Asner Following News of His Death

The Guy Benson Show

00:32 sec | 2 weeks ago

Celebrities Pay Tribute to Ed Asner Following News of His Death

"And former president of the Screen Actors Guild, died yesterday at age 91. Ben Stiller wrote sending love to the Great Ed Asner's family and icon because he was such a beautiful, funny and totally honest actor. No one like him Irish year thanked Aznar for a lifetime of great work, and Sean Aston wrote what a life colleague of my dad shepherded my mom into the union presidency. What me at poker fought against wars and lies for the lifetime for our union and Stood up to it. Just the same Michele Pelino Fox News Starting today. The speed limit

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Actor Ed Asner of 'Mary Tyler Moore' Fame Dies at Age 91

Mojo In The Morning

00:51 sec | 2 weeks ago

Actor Ed Asner of 'Mary Tyler Moore' Fame Dies at Age 91

"Legendary actor. Ed asner passed away yesterday at the age of ninety one. He's the old man from up best before the helium leaks out of balloons under the falls when that. Perhaps we're not getting to the fall. Definitely most famous for playing the very grumpy lou grant on the mary tyler moore show in the seventies he had more than three hundred acting credits on his imdb. I mean the guy did so much stuff he was santa clause in elva with will ferrell legacy you because suddenly just dropped down to zero old. Is he ninety one. His family his daughters wrote a release tribute to a ninety one. Actually even all the way till the anti look the same. Yeah just kind of look like the same guy

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"asner" Discussed on Awards Chatter

Awards Chatter

01:36 min | 2 weeks ago

"asner" Discussed on Awards Chatter

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"asner" Discussed on Awards Chatter

Awards Chatter

01:46 min | 2 weeks ago

"asner" Discussed on Awards Chatter

"I am always a number of members remember. Should i was rebel. Rebel growth save judy. I feel we have a point. That suv is a very worrying results of the suk. Let's just say there somebody listening. Who doesn't know what's going on. What is it that you are. You and your fellow signatories are are asking. Now you're asking commonsense weicker. Well why don't you tell me. And all whether well i mean it sounds like the because of i don't know i guess some something has happened. It's agwu they've kicked a lot of people after coverage is that right. They offered us ability shoes. Engine or later and grew. Power is administered. Residuals will not count. If you now they will join later. Results were fund route. One eight argenti take their actions now square residuals or sundays.

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"asner" Discussed on Awards Chatter

Awards Chatter

01:31 min | 2 weeks ago

"asner" Discussed on Awards Chatter

"Ranges song tao. Mary hadn't seen over the load. A great job then signed to the other of the series with course leach. All carrier clawson shame greece again. I got chorus. We don't we ordered you. Try to crap. Just be lovely. I tried a nice. So would you say that you were was was that time as you think back to. Those years of that show was that fun. Was it stressful. What i guess your life must have changed a lot in the show took off. How would just take me back to what it was like to be you just as a forget about the job itself. Just how did it affect your life working nitro on tv. No wonder one one in the water wanted to raise the next year. I have a criminal dick or at least a year. That's that's.

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"asner" Discussed on Awards Chatter

Awards Chatter

01:53 min | 2 weeks ago

"asner" Discussed on Awards Chatter

"Ms raza on the podcast. Thank you for making the time. And i guess to begin with always lake to just ask our guests if you could share where were you born and raised and. What did your parents do for a living hours warren in kansas city kansas. My scott love with long department. Were providers already junkyards scrambler. No that's why across the street trauma Packing house big employers in kansas and kansas. So you were born in kansas city missouri. But you grew up in kansas city kansas. You've got the real missouri hostile jettison. Someone primitive time born so long girl. I'm sure that the records of british sorry by lovable fired. Not it's lunch together loop. I'm sure i'm sure you were saved. By harry them institute we grabbing the kansas river not flow at swipe time a missouri. Greg got up until the point. But i can i give you full credit for that and so let me ask you i was. I was surprised to learn. I didn't know this. And i think a lot of listeners will be surprised to learn you. Were not born with the name. First name ed right.

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Remembering Ed Asner (1929-2021)

Awards Chatter

01:53 min | 2 weeks ago

Remembering Ed Asner (1929-2021)

"Ms raza on the podcast. Thank you for making the time. And i guess to begin with always lake to just ask our guests if you could share where were you born and raised and. What did your parents do for a living hours warren in kansas city kansas. My scott love with long department. Were providers already junkyards scrambler. No that's why across the street trauma Packing house big employers in kansas and kansas. So you were born in kansas city missouri. But you grew up in kansas city kansas. You've got the real missouri hostile jettison. Someone primitive time born so long girl. I'm sure that the records of british sorry by lovable fired. Not it's lunch together loop. I'm sure i'm sure you were saved. By harry them institute we grabbing the kansas river not flow at swipe time a missouri. Greg got up until the point. But i can i give you full credit for that and so let me ask you i was. I was surprised to learn. I didn't know this. And i think a lot of listeners will be surprised to learn you. Were not born with the name. First name ed right.

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"asner" Discussed on Deck The Hallmark

Deck The Hallmark

04:26 min | 2 weeks ago

"asner" Discussed on Deck The Hallmark

"Hey guys it's brand We were gonna do a different episode today but at asner passed away over the weekend and We have a couple of ed. Asner episodes ready to go so this week and next week are going to be Asner movies So rest in. Peace ed asner this week. We have the christmas star next week. Christmas on the by you at asner. A true legends. Thank you for listening and thank you. Add is a bramble jam podcast. Hi i'm brand. And i just love classic. Abc christmas movies. I'm dan. I just despise classic. Abc christmas movies. I'm alonzo and classic. Abc christmas movies are a lot. This is the hallmark broadcasts. Yes yeah tober. Is here. Maintaining countdown to christmas right around the client or we know this poll for at this.

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Ed Asner: Lou Grant and Up Actor Dies Aged 91

The Howie Carr Show

00:47 sec | 2 weeks ago

Ed Asner: Lou Grant and Up Actor Dies Aged 91

"News Television icon has died. Foxes RICH Dead, Ihsan reports Ed Asner won more Emmys in his decades long career than any other male actor. His biggest claim to fame was his Lou Grant on the Mary Tyler Moore Show in the seventies. You know what? You got spunk? Well, I hate spunk in 1977. He was given his own Lou Grant spinoff show. Are you going to tell me that you have any doubts at all? Is somebody with my experience can't hold down a job in your city room. The younger generation might recognize Asner as the voice of the main character in the Academy Award winning cartoon film up That's nice kids. He had a renowned career on stage, even playing FDR and one man show in 2001 Ed Asner receive The screen Actors Guild

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Actor Ed Asner, TV's blustery Lou Grant, dies at 91

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 2 weeks ago

Actor Ed Asner, TV's blustery Lou Grant, dies at 91

"Actor ed Asner has died at the age of ninety one I marches are a letter with a look at his career you've got **** well things worked out differently ed Asner would have been a newsman he studied journalism at the university of Chicago until professor told him there was no money in it as mere is best known role was as Lou grants both on the Mary Tyler Moore show and on the drama Lou grant he was Santa in the film elf and the voice of Carl in the animated movie up as nurse said in a nineteen ninety five a P. interview even if people thought of him as Lou grant he had found his niche in barber's LPAR

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Ed Asner, TV Legend Who Won 7 Emmys, Dies at 91

What's On Tap

00:47 sec | 2 weeks ago

Ed Asner, TV Legend Who Won 7 Emmys, Dies at 91

Ed Asner, Award-Winning Actor Who Played Lou Grant, Dies at 91

WGN Programming

00:19 sec | 2 weeks ago

Ed Asner, Award-Winning Actor Who Played Lou Grant, Dies at 91

"Legendary actor Ed Asner is dead, his family says a 91 year old best known for his character, Lou Grant, on the Mary tell our more Shero died surrounded by loved ones. Asner won several Emmy Awards for playing grand on the Mary Tyler Moore Show, and then later on his own TV show. Lou

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Actor Ed Asner, TV's Blustery Lou Grant, Dies at 91

Leo Laporte

00:14 sec | 2 weeks ago

Actor Ed Asner, TV's Blustery Lou Grant, Dies at 91

"Actor Ed Asner has died, his family says A 91 year old was best known for his character, Lou Grant on the Mary Tyler Moore Show in Santa Claus in the holiday Classic movie Elf. He died surrounded by loved ones. Asner was 91.

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"asner" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

06:20 min | Last month

"asner" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"And the ad asir now. Would it be house or would it be passed. I'll come and has got a sitcom coming up on The cmt network that begins january. And of course Matt asner one hundred voices journey home. The documentary it's coming out this friday This thursday this data in hundred theaters and no pun intended and the and then We opened five markets on the twelfth. And don't worry about mad. He's big boy. He comes back here all the time. And plus i know. But i'm i'm so proud of what he did there. Yeah he he Chip off the old block and next time we'll get into the bay of pigs with asner so until next time this is adam corolla for Brian ball brian sherry lazar matt. And his pops. Ed asner saying mahalo and now stitcher radio presents your adam corolla extra all right shira. Yes you remember. Sharon lord of the jungle share francis. Power princess recover. Who's the lord of the jungle showing your as difference either way syrah is he man's like right and syrah is like lord of the jungle. Young jonglei something either way. I beat off to your cartoon doppler twenty. I'm from new but it was you. You know if someone drew you. That's all as superheroes a superhero feeling. I jimmy kimmel yesterday but yesterday's for us. Oh i'm wearing a makeup feeling extra confident the metro and you coming out Go right ahead. John shears very attractive. Very track and an a bring home to mom. You not a ditsy stripper kind of. That's my wikipedia. Yeah substantial the substantial attractive in a you can be proud of it like being held cute. I think it's good. No you're not cute. You got good bones. I appreciate that good. Mon structure speaking of good bone structure the beads. Dev's i gotta fuck fucking cologne coming out Yes in that would smell like what a learner's permit with. It's it's a little bit of a twist here because it's not for men it's for the lady of course of course the like when these guys come out with a book Do people can you keep a fucking straight face like when you were sixteen. Did you have anything to say. All the lessons love and the loss of him. You know it's going to be a picture bug right already. Has everything he has his biography. He has a fragrance. His agents are doing well. Doing sky's get famous because they're famous and then it just kind of becomes a self fulfilling prophecy and a weird sort of momentum fast moving avalanche. It can't be stopped. i mean. I know i'm i'm the guys always out of it and i was out of it. I'm proud to say that. I've always been out of it like it's not like well. Listen old pops corolla. You ain't listen to justin bieber. No i never bought into anything when everyone was listening to all the shitty music of the eighties. I didn't find it. Even when i was the right age. I didn't by the pop group type thing. It's like the new kids on the block for me at least so just so tired of guys without pubic singing. Next family emceeing baby. And you're like do you understand what you're singing about. It's always been that way though. I mean fucking. Michael jackson when he seven and a half. Hey if we could just get a few what the fuck what are you going to do. You had the pull out your miniature cock with no poops on it and do what. Oh this is even. This makes it even better not only. Is he launching a perfume. But he's launching range of nail polishes colors inspired by his hit single. Jesus christ so answer. Larry businesses. I know and by the way when people go to be fair to these kids when people go. Like what the hell's up with. Joe why would he. Why would he. Why would he let me explain why somebody goes through his mom. Who's managing him and goes. Hey wanna make quick million bucks. I'll he's got to do is put his fucking name on this glittery nail polish and we get the fuck out of here. No sign here. Hey does that's why would like when people say to me. Why would you write a book walker. What you're not a writer. I go no. I know it's not my idea. Somebody comes up to you and goes. Hey we'll give you money. At least this involves some work. And i was just surrounded by diddy. And all these other guys and you know i must say the rappers and all those day take whatever they can get like the endorsements and this lady do did. He doesn't do shit he ripped off other people saw. Fuck it so insane. I just got back from new york. Eighty story picture of diddy holding his fist up during the nineteen sixty eight olympic thing with the black athletes on the podium during the one fisting he even rips off his fucking stance from shit everything he does a fucking rip off. He doesn't sing. He talks he takes cashmere. They play cashmere. They play the fucking riff. They play the guitar rent from kashmir. He talks in front of it. Then he comes out with a fucking line of cologne. What are we doing buying the fucking records into all you ass wives. Who think it's okay to sample. You're fucking high it flies in the face of artistry. Hey i'm going to sample some george carlin's jokes. Hey why don't you sample some richer. Now you don't say sample it's fucking art you can't say -able that's it's the the antithesis of hard it's so fucking lazy preposterous. We make it okay. Because we're like. Oh yeah it's a remake it's a remix it's a remix. It's a rea- whatever. No you're taking led zeppelin songs and ripping them off it's plagiarism at sonic plagiarism. Ask lives if obviously if.

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interview With Kristen Putnam-Walker

Extraordinary Women Radio with Kami Guildner

03:34 min | 10 months ago

interview With Kristen Putnam-Walker

"Welcomed extraordinary women radio chris. It is great to have you join me today. Thank you so much candidates great. Be here so one of the core values of extraordinary women. Radio is impact trading impact. Making a difference in you helped over a hundred philanthropists strategically allocate over half a billion dollars in grants and gifts. I mean that's that's just incredible first of all So congratulations for that. How did you find your passion for philanthropy. A great question i. I'm not entirely sure to be perfectly honest where it started. I remember back in his will which was way back in the day. I'm being very passionate about trying to change. Us policy and in the third world is be caught at the global south In especially in latin america and became very involved as a student activist In trying in el salvador and central america nicaragua and trying to create a lot of change there. in fact. it's funny i I saw myself in washington d. c. During college i had organized a contingent of students my university to travel to these see and participate in a demonstration and that trend into a civil disobedience unexpectedly. So i got arrested for somebody you know. These are the days of cell phones right way to reach anybody nonetheless. I boarded this bus. Where all of us are being taken off to the washington. Dc place department. I suppose and i sit down my rights and musette next at asner actor right. The mary tyler moore show which means hopefully. Hopefully your your listeners. Know that show in high show about the next three hours talking to asner. I was probably twenty. That's awesome you know what i know. It was very fun but one of the first questions he asked me was. What got you involved in. this was it. Your parents are your parents political or whatnot and at the time quite frankly i didn't have the best answer i didn't entirely. No i just knew that. Once i learned about injustice in the world i felt compelled to act on it and so i think really that kind of fuels my passion and you know in philanthropy one of the benefits. I think of being a funder or advising funders as you get to be you get to put in a variety of positions places and experiences that you wouldn't otherwise have and so it's a privilege related to be able to talk to different kinds of people like i've worked on issues related to gang violence in california. I was in salvador during the civil war. I was in nicaragua during their presidential elections as an observer I'm doing some work now with an organization called body. Osuna does in santa cruz california along with today. Another actor danny glover who's a big supporter of theirs. And they're doing a lot of work on prison reform in california and all of the Know the ways in which the prison system is working against us. Not for us. And so i guess what drives me and release is seeing the impact Seeing people who are at the front lines during this work In creating change and being able to be part of it you might be part of it for a day on a site visit or he might be part of that because it's a project that you're working on but it really is such a privilege to be able to connect with so many different people who are doing such good work in the world

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"asner" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

06:22 min | 1 year ago

"asner" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"Matt and Ed Ask now. Would it be house or would it be passed it has it's got sitcom Coming up on The CMT network that begins January and of course meant asner one hundred voices. This is a journey home the documentary it's coming out this Friday This Thursday this in hundred theaters and no pun intended and I and then We opened in five markets on the twelfth. And don't worry about mad. He's a big boy. He comes back here all the time. And plus it's no I know but I'm so oh proud of what he did there. Yeah he he Chip off the old block and next time. We'll get into the bay of pigs with Ed Asner so until next time this is Adam. Corolla Woah for Brian Ball Brian. Shira Lazar Matt and his POPs. Ed Asner San Mahalo and now Oh stitcher radio presents your Adam Corolla extra. Oh Right Shira you remember. Share Lord of the jungle share Francis of power was apprentice. Our well who is the Lord of the jungle showing your as difference either way is he. Man's like yeah you're right and Syrah is like Lord of the jungle acquainted the jungle or something either way I beat off to your cartoon doppler. Wasn't you but it was you. Do you know if someone drew you. That's all as superheroes a superhero feeling. I I did Jimmy Kimmel yesterday but yesterday. Today's for us so worrying a makeup at feeling extra confidant tonight. And that's shown you coming out Go Oh right ahead you know. She was very attractive very track and and not in a bring home to mom no not me Ditsy stripper kind of course about. That's my wikipedia. Yeah substantial substantial attractive. In a you can be proud of it being called Cute S- I think it's good. No you're not cute. You get good bones. Maybe I appreciate that structure. Speaking of good bone structure. uh-huh the beads the beads. I got a fucking Cologne coming out. Yes Ah that would smell. Like what a learner's permit with its hat on. It's a little bit of a twist here because it's not for men it's for the Lady of course of course. Yeah like when these guys come out with a book Do people can you keep a fucking straight face like when you were sixteen. Did you have anything to say. Oh the lessons love the law which is of him. You know. It's going to be a picture bug right there you already has. Everything has biography. He has a fragrance. His agents are doing well. Did you guys get famous. Because they're famous and then it just kind of becomes a self fulfilling prophecy and a weird sort of momentum. The fast moving avalanche can't be stopped. I mean I know I'm I'm I'm I'm the guys always out of it and I was out of it. I'm proud vowed to say that I've always been out of it like it's not like well. Listen old POPs Corolla. You Ain't listen to Justin Bieber. No I never bought into anything when everyone was listening listening to all the shitty music of the eighties. I didn't find it even when I was the right age. I didn't find the bullshit type thing. It's like the new kids on the block for me at at least I'm just so tired of guys without pup- sing and it wasn't him singing baby baby and you're like do you understand in what you're singing about. It's always been that way. fucking Michael Jackson seven and a half. Say Hey if we could just get a few more. What the fuck? What are you gonNA? What do that he had the sole? pull out your miniature cock with no poops on it and do what. Oh this is even this makes it even better not only launching a perfume. But he's launching. A range of nail polishes is inspired by his hit single. Jesus Christ answer businesses. I know and by the way You know when people go to be fair to these kids when people go like what the hell's up with Joe why would he. Why would he why would he let me explain why somebody goes mom? Who's WHO's managing him and goes? Hey WanNa make quick million bucks. I'll he's got to do is put his fucking name on this glittery Nail Polish and we get the fuck out of here. No sign here. Hey does that's why would he like when people say to me Eh. Why would you write a book or what? You're not a writer I go no. It's not my idea somebody comes up and goes. Hey we'll give you money. At least this involves some work work and I was just surrounded by diddy all these other guys and you know I must say the rappers and all those date take whatever they can get like the endorsements and they love this lady. Why did he doesn't do shit? He ripped off other people's songs what the fuck. It's so insane. I just got back from New York. Had to see eighty story picture picture of diddy holding his fist up doing the one thousand nine hundred sixty eight Olympic thing with the black athletes on the podium during the one fisting he even rips office office fucking Shit everything he does a fucking rip off. He doesn't saying he talks. He takes cashmere they play Kashmir. They play the Fuck Gin riff. They play the guitar riff from Kashmir he talks in front of it then he comes out with a fucking line of Cologne. What are we doing buying the fucking records into all you ask? who think it's okay to sample? You're fucking high it flies in the face of artistry. Hey I'm going to sample. Also George Carlin's jokes. Hey why don't you sample some richer. Now you don't sample it's fucking art. You can't say apple. That's it's the antithesis of art. It's so fucking lazy is preposterous. We make it okay. Because we're like. Oh Yeah it's a remake it's a remix it's a remix. It's a rea- whatever ever know. You're taking led Zeppelin songs and ripping them off. It's R- plagiarism. Sonic plagiarism you ass wives if obviously obviously if you had an ounce.

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"asner" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

03:03 min | 1 year ago

"asner" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"Take a break from raping hookers if I get adopted and blended during my refractory period. Yeah now you know have Thanksgiving asner house. He was shot by more than the Cubans. Were the you must visit Kennedy. I'm I I shouldn't get started on Kennedy. I don't care the way that one I buy into their all. I mean all the stuff I mean I mean all the major ones. You're you're on the conspiracy side Ok P Bobby Kennedy Syrian Saran had seven bullets in his gun or eight. I'm sure which the twelve bullet holes in that room with documented proven Now we're under Bobby Kennedy but we have footage of him being shot shot right. There's footage or there's I don't know there's there's Audio of him being oh even goes off screen and I think you here and then going through the kitchen ambassador Bassett or hotel. So you're saying Sir there's there's there's a conspiracy around Bobby Kennedy to Paul Paul Schrader. Who was wounded and left for dead at the site? I think certainly I believe who would have got rid of WHO. Who wanted to get rid of Bobby Kennedy? Well he probably would have ceased the Vietnam War so this is all about the Industrial Astra war machine. Well you know the one part of this I will agree with you on is it is a First off if your man manufacturing tanks thanks and mortars and Klay more minds. You probably don't have a emotional problem with killing a person to kind of your business. I mean people killing I think people is sort of your business. At least you do have that going for you. And then the other part is it is a massive massive business that is either the most profitable thing in the world or when you're not engaged in a war that's a lot of factory space that ain't being put to use that that. Ah Far I definitely will go with Yon Ed. We're out of time but again during Thanksgiving when I come by the answer house and we pick up this conversation where we left off I I will. I will have very smart listeners right. Yes nothing would please me more. If a listener to the best of Aznar's conspiracy theories from this episode. Extinct it up at the video of up. That would be a youtube sensation. I just WANNA close I I feel badly because I wanted matthew to be very strongly feature on on and I and I wanna tell you that that the the music from one hundred voices forget the idea of cantorial. It is some of the most gorgeous music you'll ever hear and some those courts voices.

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Turns Out, Most Men Don't Know A Thing About Their Prostate

Trivia With Budds

08:10 min | 2 years ago

Turns Out, Most Men Don't Know A Thing About Their Prostate

"Today's episode is about Prostate Cancer Awareness to kind of commemorate prostate it prostate cancer awareness month which is September my friend. Alana Austrian wrote to me about a month ago. She said Hey can you do something for September just to kind of talk about this. I work at Zero Cancer. Dot Org and we focus on educating people about the disease so she sent me some facts so I'm going to read this paragraph. It's most commonly diagnosed cancer among young American men and one of the leading causes of cancer deaths among men every seventeen minutes an American male dies from prostate cancer. That's a little more than eighty six deaths per day and thirty one thousand six hundred twenty this year alone that's enough to fill an entire baseball stadium worth of guys so get informed and play along with ten questions on prostate cancer in popular media written by Alana and her group and check out zero cancer dot org. If you want more info on this 'cause enjoy today's episode enjoy the Trivia and check out that website. We're going to jump into those ten questions right now. Here we go. It's all right here. Are Your ten questions. On prostate cancer related mentions in pop culture has written by Alana Ostrich and she said many of your favorite actors and authors have portrayed or written about characters that have struggled with prostate cancer in popular media on September being prostate cancer awareness month quiz your knowledge in today's episode and learn about the real life risks of prostate cancer and zero cancer dot org or by searching Hashtag and prostate cancer sir on social media. Here's the first question number one in Nineteen ninety-four movie did Robert Duvall Star is a newspaper editor who gets diagnosed with prostate tanzer number one. What was that Nineteen ninety-four movie with Robert Duvall as a newspaper editor who gets diagnosed with prostate cancer number one question number two in what Popular Medical Sitcom of the two thousands did Elizabeth banks have recurring guest role as a urologist list number two in what Popular Medical Sitcom of the two thousands did Elizabeth banks have a recurring guest role as urologist number two question number three in what Golden Globe winning net flicks series does Danny Devito play according to the AARP AARP A chipper urologist number three in what Golden Globe winning Netflix original series Danny Devito play according to the Aarp a chipper shipper urologist number three number four what Hbo Comedy Series did Ted Danson's character. d'Or of George have prostate cancer number four in what HBO Comedy Series Did Ted Danson's character of George have prostate cancer number four question number five what beloved character story line on NYPD blue includes a serious battle with prostate cancer that much to the relief fans he survived. What was that character's storyline number five. Who was the character rather question number six. What iconic comedian starred in a one man stage play titled a man in his prostate number six iconic comedic actor starred in a one man stage play titled a man and his prostate number six question number seven? Nathan Zuckerman a recurring character in several Philip Roth works battles prostate cancer in what book by Roth Number Seven Nathan Zuckerman a recurring character in several Philip Roth works battles prostate cancer in what Book Bad Roth number seven question number eight what nineteen seventy five western by Glendon swore without which the following year turned to a Western film starring John Wayne in his final film role features protagonist j books as an editorial gunman who also learns he has prostate cancer number eight what nine hundred seventy five western by Glendon swath out which the following year was turned into a Western film starring John Wayne in his final film role features protagonist Agnes J books as a notorious gunman learns he has prostate cancer number eight and question number nine which book in a four part series by Richard Ford features ends with the character Frank Bascom and his wife Sally flying to the Mayo Clinic due to his prostate cancer diagnosis. I think the word ends should be scenes now that I'm reading it number for nine which book in a four part series by Richard Ford features scenes with the character Frank Bascom and his wife Sally flying to the Mayo Clinic due to his prostate cancer diagnosis. He's in number hand the last question of the quiz in episode two of the beloved ninety Sitcom Northern Exposure which character tells the town's new doctor that in terms of his medical condition condition. Everything's under control. It's just a little prostate cancer number ten in episode two of the beloved ninety Sitcom Northern Exposure which character tells the town's new doctor that in terms of his medical condition. Everything's under control. It's just a little prostate cancer serve number ten those your questions for today's quiz. Some are easy summer tougher. Let's see how many you got right out of ten in just the second all right here. The answers to the quiz on prostate cancer related questions number one in one thousand nine hundred four movie did Robert Duvall Stars and newspaper newspaper editor who gets diagnosed with prostate cancer that was called the paper. I remember that movie. I've never seen it number. One the paper question number two and what Popular Medical Sitcom of the two thousand did Elizabeth banks have recurring guest role as a urologist. This is one of the only ones I definitely would have got in. Its scrubs if I'm not mistaken. Jd has a baby with her but maybe it's somebody else but I think it's her number two number three and Golden Globe winning Netflix original series does Danny de Vito play according to the AARP a chipper shipper urologist that is the Kaminsky method saw trailer for that but I don't know much about it the Kaminsky method number four and what Hbo Comedy Series Did Ted Dancing Scherzer of George have prostate cancer. I only know one. Hbo Show He's been on besides curb your enthusiasm and that is bored to death which is the answer here bored to Death Zach Galifianakis the Jason Schwartzman. I think around that to number five what beloved character storyline. NYPD BLUE NYPD blue includes a serious battle with prostate cancer cancer that he survived detective later Sergeant Andy Sipowicz played by Dennis Franz number six what I kind of comedian starred in a one man stage play called a man in his his prostate that was the lead voice of Carl Frederick Sin from up Ed Asner at Asner number seven Nathan Zuckerman a recurring character in several Philip Wrath works battles prostate cancer in what book by Roth it's called Exit Ghost Exit Ghost number eight one thousand nine hundred seventy five western by Glendon unsworth out which the following year was turned into a Western film starring John Wayne in his final film role features protagonist Jabe books as notorious gunman who learns about his diagnosis of prostate cancer cancer. That's called the shooter. I I've heard of it. The shoot EST number nine. Two questions left in this answer session which book in a four part series by Richard Ford features scenes with the character Frank Baskin his wife Sally flying to the Mayo Clinic due to his prostate cancer diagnosis. That's called the lay of the land. The lay of the land and number attended episodes of northern exposure which character says everything's under control just a little prostate cancer. That's on coup A. N. K. U. Ungku those are your questions fanned answers for the episode hope. He had fun playing along with those.

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Fire Destroys Historic Shakespeare Theatre in Connecticut

The Frankie Boyer Show

00:33 sec | 2 years ago

Fire Destroys Historic Shakespeare Theatre in Connecticut

"The American six beer festival theatre a historic and cultural landmark in Stratford. Connecticut has burned to the ground with more. Here's USA radio's Chris Barnes. No reports of injuries after the early Sunday morning fire firefighters called to the site and third Connecticut at about one AM and found the building already fully engulfed in flames. The theater has been hosted dozens of famous actors and actresses including Ed Asner, James Earl Jones, Christopher Walken and Katherine Hepburn. And the cause of the fire remains under investigation

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Papa John's founder John Schnatter resigns from Louisville board of trustees

Ron and Don

04:25 min | 3 years ago

Papa John's founder John Schnatter resigns from Louisville board of trustees

"Tracy thanks for that this is just a crazy story i don't think we know him as a john schnatter shot asner is sh ner you say shattner yeah we don't know as john just known as papa john's and we know him as the guy would hang out with peyton manning and they would tell us to buy pizza at halftime so some of us would go and we buy pizza and then we also knew him as the guy that did a nationwide search for the car that he had in high school that it had to sell in order to start his first papa john's franchisee found that car and i think he paid the gentlemen what was it crazy a crazy amount of my like five hundred thousand dollars or something to get his car back paid a lot of money you get this car back and you just always saw him is a guy who was interesting he was always around interesting people always around athletes hung out with peyton manning a lot in fact i think peyton had eighteen franchises in denver because he was spokesperson i think there's a trade that happen and then also i remember a number of years ago we went to the super bowl in phoenix and we're reporting from there and john was there and you have a lot of superstars that come from all different types of sports and they walk on radio row there's about one hundred twenty radio stations and they go from radio station to radio station radio station and everybody's either selling a book they're selling a podcast they're selling an energy drink they're selling something and he would go from radio station radio station in and the people that were anyone that wanted a selfie they wanted a selfie with papa john's that's who they wanted a selfie with right anyway we found out something today through forbes magazine because a number of months ago he resigned from the pizza chain and nobody knew why well according to forbes this afternoon let's say john schnatter the founder chairman and public face of the pizza chain papa john's actually use the n word on a conference call back in may he has now confirmed the incident and the email statement to forbes on wednesday to call was arranged between papa john's executives in the marketing agency notice landry services it was designed they were going to do some role playing because evidently every time he went on tv or every time he talked about the nfl or he was being asked because i spent a lot of money on the nfl about players kneeling and how he felt about that they felt like he was sticking his foot in his mouth and as a result of that papa john's are suffering they were so unless pizza and they were losing market share and as a result of that they said let's do some role playing here so they're on the call in may and they ask him how he would distance himself again this is just role playing how would you distance yourself from racist groups online he responded by downplaying the significant of significance of his nfl statement and he said this quote colonel sanders called blacks and then he used it he used that word he used that word the n word he used it and then he started complaining that colonel sanders never faced public bash la backlash as a result of that have gone and he talked about how growing up in indiana where he lived that black people were pulled behind drag behind trucks until they died again this is in reference to how would you distance yourself from racist groups but if you remember what was happening at the time the kneeling in the nfl was breaking along racial lines and there was there still is a wide divide between how a lot of white people view that versus how a lot of black people view that and he was at the front of this charge for the nfl saying you gotta fix this because the ratings need to come up if when the ratings come up we sell more pizzas and you also charging us in advertising rate based on this rating number and you're not bringing in the rating number so figure out this kneeling thing so that the ratings will go back up so then to go on and talk about men being drug behind trucks are dragged behind trucks until they died and using the.

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"asner" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

03:41 min | 3 years ago

"asner" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"Hi i'm ed asner for madison bear okay like hair shoot men wanna have discreet liaisons madison bear sign me up then it gets hacked into we found all find all the dudes eric stonestreet i knew no said he was straight one no way really good actor i thought though dr bauer right all right where was i castro challenge okay all right so here's why a genius this car came in third home and moody we interviewed the home and moody guys i think when are doing the twenty four war is very interesting so this is the tragic so it's it's a tragic situation ken miles we talked about wasn't i was held back and they wanted to onetwothree photo op the guy who's zoomed head was maclaren of maclaren mclaren's dead mclaren died three years later as well in a car i mean a racing car so mclaren's dad ken miles the guys came in first and second or dad the guy came in third i don't know what became of him this karzai conic from the picture it came in third it lama did not win them on did not podium didn't win its class it just literally just came in third i was looking at this car and i was thinking four gt's are historically a little under appreciated value is they're expensive but they're not nutty kuku crazy expensive but this car because of the movie's gonna make the movie now they're going to do the feature and christian bale and all that kind of matt damon and bubba blah and i looked at it even sent a tweet out i think and somebody said what is this car gonna go for and i want levin million dollars and then the guy was standing next to matt the motor said no what i know the guy runs the auction house where it is let me just ask him what he's thinking and just sent the guy tax i don't know anything about these cars and the guy texted back we think between ten and twelve i thought that'd be eleven then i screamed i'm a genius and then scream again and scream how can i been such a horrible student and then he didn't pay attention and we got on with our day so that's how it works so i'm sticking by my eleven million bucks which is good for anyone who owns anything lama unless unless plane crashes or the pacific and it's never seen again so and i don't know how to ensure gotta work that one all right sorry eleven million bucks that's my guest for the home and moody gt forty that came in third but think about it's so icon eq from the picture that if it just came in third like ten laps behind the winner in you could not five million bucks off the price of it but the picture so icon iq and mclaren was always dushi because he sped ahead what gives dick move he did it move which is ken miles like went fine i'll slow down so we can get a photo op of all of us going across at the same time the guy who was about to win the race said fine i'll slow down for the next ten laugh and let everyone catch up and mcclair and went thank you very much.

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Weezer covers Toto's "Africa"

24 Hour News

02:47 min | 3 years ago

Weezer covers Toto's "Africa"

"It took a while nearly six months but abandoned finally playing a fans request although it's not your usual kind of request this one came by way of twitter user at weezer africa has been pushing the band weezer to cover the eighties toto hit africa finally got what they have that's right weezer has released a cover of toto's africa last week came out with its version of toto's rosanna but the teenage ban wasn't satisfied weezer drummer pat wilson called it a victory over culture he said the we's inhabits the boundaries between multiple dimensions meanwhile toto guitarist steve luca tweeted he was flattered with the rosanna cover abc didn't waste any time in cancelling the roseanne reboot following racist tweet from its star and does ap entertainment editor oscar wells gabriel tells us the move is unprecedented does he get no one who follows the tv industry can recall a case in which a popular hit show was yanked off the air under circumstances like this about the closest was when cbs ended the smothers brothers variety show in the late nineteen sixties because of their anti war views the same network spiked lou grant while it was still popular star at asner has always insisted it was because of his political beliefs in this case abc left no doubt why did what did network quickly pulled the plug on roseanne and the head of abc's parent company bob i said there was only one thing to do here and that was the right thing i'm oscar wells gabriel consumer confidence bounce back in may following a slight decline in april the conference board says its consumer confidence index rose to one twenty eight from one twenty five point six in april which was revised downward that follows marches one twenty seven and february february's one thirty which was the highest reading in eighteen years the index measures both consumers assessment of current economic conditions and their expectations for the future both categories rose this month economists closely watched consumers moods because their spending accounts for about seventy percent of all us economic activity percents inspiration to help you do stuff progressive casualty insurance company and affiliates price and coverage match limited by state law ap radio news i'm ed donahue on twitter today roseanne barr cited.

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"asner" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

01:45 min | 4 years ago

"asner" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"Mina sexually assaulted by ed asner what did he clearly leaned into me and whispered in my ear that i was a jew beauty wow have you ever you yet love that asner now that's a morning assault so what do we think are choked because everything is assault do we really know he said he laid down on top of him so he he picked him up like bride and groom style and put him on the bed and it's sort of late on top of them laid sort he was started half covering ham and that's where you're too that'd be hard pressed concert on that in this at least for my penal codes the employees to the sexual between hardpressed npr the home side both us and quickly mark arrogance uh your case out of arizona you did see the tape yes rajkovic they lying i just want i have i want to by saying i'm sorry sound like a broken record but this thing where all were going to do is highlight any white officer with a with a black suspect or shooting are bad shooting or violence from white onto black if were simply going to take those scattered stories and make meals out of every one of them and never really chronicled the ones where the white cop shoots the white guy then of course we're going to create an environment where that populist assumes that the only kind of crime there is perpetrated by cops violently on the citizens are white cops on black suspects are black citizens that's that's how you can.

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"asner" Discussed on Kickass News

Kickass News

01:33 min | 4 years ago

"asner" Discussed on Kickass News

"Now you have a chapter in here where he suggest a few asner amendments to the constitution uh what are some of those i think i think in fairness some of those are joking right well abacha i i think that it will not entirely date they are a at a point of very aging brain does not elaborate mathematical by facing italy there are an answer to uh to mark levin spoke woohoo it would send a series of the eleven amendments yeah he loves the constitution but not quite enough and so in response to that we have the as sner amendments which are some are joking in terms of what seems an inequality of representation for example if he were to uh if he would have put montana wyoming south dakota north dakota idaho together that's not as they population does any glovas south bronx so why do they care although senator jesse had they and the south bronx gets none of it but it it also it says look if he can do is amendments we can do ours and is said put it puts after all he says bigger nicu ramos is it's a smart move it is would you do away with the electoral college uram it's also one of the examples of why the constitution is not a perfect document is that early on before the electoral cut they had a very complicated way of electing the president and they often and as originally written.

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"asner" Discussed on Classical Classroom

Classical Classroom

01:57 min | 4 years ago

"asner" Discussed on Classical Classroom

"It's cool a reminds me for a piece today bye bye bye super cushion lovers guys meter sticks behar's peace contests by brace asner as sounds like am i gonna americana sort of sound to it interesting i tend to do a lot model writing because when moore model okay so instead of having a series of court changes i can't unless they enter court changes into the harmony while i'm writing and then loop the same exact changes all the time i have always had the harmony be a certain pattern wears here i could have a tapestry of notes that are somewhat of one cord and then what i wanted to change the tapestry a little bit i just add one note and it changes the feel of it um so is so lake take for instance so instead of having um you know like some a lot of blues would be like an a c cord f court aji court and seek word you know one four five one let rock and roll like that whereas a long time ago people would write and a piece of meat would be a mode so in other words it's going to be a scale and the scales used to the whole thing and he might start different places the scale but you know that the scale has all the white notes except for maybe bflat you know that the one black note on the piano and you would just use that as you harm on grounding it but to yasser it it it it created interesting problem end but served as a really good enabling constrain like how can i write stuff that develops harm a harmonic lee without setting corp aggressions that are gonna loop through the entire peace.

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