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"bat masterson" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Western Peterson, Rico, Peter his Appeared and over whether you said 100 over 150 films and television shows, 68 films and several 100 TV shows. But who's counting? Yeah, I don't care how I look at the checks, smart guy and flying copilot with us, one of my other favorite Vietnam veterans and Western Vision. Ellos John Messenger. Who's we should start calling him quiet, John. Everybody's gotta handle. Because he's has to be quiet when you're on the radio. Well, when you're in the presence of someone like you and Peter, you know, man, you know, it's like I just probably auto listen. Get out that 11 Cent check. Peter, we're gonna have to give it to him, eh? So let's talk about making a Texas Jack. It folks don't know Texas Jack Vermillion. The character you played in in Tombstone was a real guy who are some of the other. Just really bad dudes from the West who just didn't have a good publicist who people have never heard about. I'm not got a list here, but I'd be curious. Who do you think of? I don't know. Okay, There were guys in the world. I have a new book. I'm reading another book called the West. Reality of the myth, Okay, and that will have a lot of stories about different people. That that no one's heard over or you haven't seen on TV. You know, we do a lot of documentary shows and every documentary show coming out, has the same guys. Wyatt ERP, Jesse James, Billy the kid Wild Bill Hickok, and I keep on saying those six people 567 people did are not the only ones that existed in the West. It was so many other people that did something. Let me ask you this because this may be discovered in your new book was the Wild West really is violent is I mean, well, nowadays, maybe probably not. But I mean back then it's not like there was a gunfight in the street every single day. And there was a cattleman riding through town. Depends on on what part of history you're looking at Body California. There was a saying back then in their newspapers that there was a man sir for breakfast every day. But will you when they're writing pulp novels when they're writing stories when they're writing these little dime novels when they're right doing movies? That TV show if you have to focus on On the dramatic stuff. I mean, even we did Tombstone. Tombstone was not did not take place in that short of time that the story takes place. It took place over a period of years. But you can't go into that period. Yes, because you're bored. The people it was, people did a lot of work. You know, One of the ironies now is talk about reality. It is easier to get and carry a weapon in Tombstone today. That it was. Yeah, well, Harvey, Kid Curry Carvey kid Curry, Logan, uh, considered many fastest gun in the West. I understand that the Sundance Kid of Hollywood Was based on kid Curry, which is ironic because he actually rode with the Wild bunch as well. Right Cherry Road at the wildlife with Sundance with Butch Cassidy. There were several other people in there. You know, That's one thing I talk about the the Butch Cassidy Just Sundance Kid. Great movie. It's a fun movie. But if you look at it all modern saddles Bus Cordero gun belts, which did not exist until 1920. But they were putting women and describe to our listeners. What that is the bus get zero. Gun belt is the one with the with the slot in there with the whole surface through and they tired under leg and then they have the hammer Thong. How many movies have you watched Where they have a dramatic scene with a guy reaches down towards his gun, and he takes the hammer thong off. So you know he's getting ready in the old West. If somebody was going to reach down for their gun, he would have been shot they would have. Oh, I gotta wait to be waiting yesterday. Out of tight around my leg Tighter. No, you don't do that. You know that the old style holsters a gun belt. People were tough. You know who you mentioned in Texas? John Slaughter. They These guys were tough. There was. There's a book 101 questions on the old Western. One of the questions was, What did they do with cowards on the wagon train? And the answer was too. We're no cowards on the wagon. You died or you may a good good point. You had to be tough. And then that's one of the things that drives you crazy about about movies. Movies are always the hero is God. The bad guy is a bully and everybody else is a quivering jelly. I'm afraid over for you. That's not how it was What Jim Deacon Jim Miller ring a bell as well, killing killing his favorite. His weapon of choice seems to be a shotgun. But what's also interesting to him to me about him. Was he You see this? The moves occasion, but he actually wore on iron plate as I understand it under his clothes, and that's part of the reason he survived some of these. Some of these shootouts, we we we made one up. We did a documentary on one of the documents Series on killing Jim Bullock. And we had that plate made up, which wasn't really shelter. What, you he would've been dead. But yeah, that was that was one of things. And there's a clinics with movie where he has a plate that he puts on his under his poncho, and he keeps on telling him shoot for the hard truth of art for the heart, but he's never You know, he's never falling now. Something else. Interesting. I don't know was on the Internet, so I don't know if it's true or not. I understand. He was married to John Wesley Hardens cousin. You know anything about that? They're related that you know, I have to go back into more of the Harden story. There's a movie script that a friend of my husband trying to get together for five years. Now, six years now. On John Wesley Hardin because he was He was an interesting guy, but I and I keep on telling him. I said, you don't want to do it on his whole life. You want to do it on one part of the life? That's why Tombstone is so much better than white hurt wider, carried whiter and barrel, Do you Whole life were soon so focused on that one section. Dallas Stoudemire. I find him interesting. This guy apparently was involved in more gunfights and wider bat Masterson. All these guys his 18 85 past. Yeah. What 45 dead and four seconds for dead and five seconds. Yeah, I mean, he's so how many of these guys were tough? They knew what they were shooting at sea and in movies again. With modern weapons. Everybody sees in all of these. You know where their machine guns and he uses in the AK 40 seven's and the R 15 or 16 that they're shooting shooting contest spray and pray. The old West. You didn't do that. You had a you had six shots in your gun. You're not gonna waste them..
"bat masterson" Discussed on The Moratorium
"Yeah. There's a lot of really I wouldn't say like stereotypical name they're probably just really popular name like Mr Smith or something. stereotypical because he's a guy from Minnesota. Forgetting. Huge let let let's just not even I loved IMDB to it's like Whoever wrote that was waiting like I'm going to blow my. Right. Like Hannibal though that. Here, the new adventures of Charlie jail. Yeah I was nineteen, Fifty, seven. He Played Berry Chan I use berry at that point yeah. was thirty three episodes. Also says that he has end five spics lilies that won best picture. Rather than many splendor thing I've. No idea where this this is incredible for somebody to have this many credits because you know when you say you know he's got over four hundred credits. But if you're an ongoing TV series, you played a role in several and it doesn't break you down as okay. I was in sixteen episodes of this I get sixteen credits. No, you get one credit. This. Work on that show for three years and just be. Yeah. I never thought about that. He's been robbed. I he's in all these old western shows you know Bat masterson. He was in no deposit no return. Yeah. I was David Niven Darren. mcgavin done. Thanks I. Know I've seen this I don't remember what it was. It's a Walt Disney film. During school break to kids to stay with their rich GRANDPA but they'd rather join their mother overseas and need a plane ticket cash they convent's to petty criminals to fake kidnap them for ransom that they could all share. full-proof That's.
"bat masterson" Discussed on Next Stop Everywhere: The Doctor Who Podcast
"Charles Skaggs back artists still hiding out from twenty twenty because shakes fist twenty, twenty and fortunately though I'm joined by two wonderful people today radio talk some classic doctor, who and of course, one of them my wonderful partner in time and Hurricane. Observer Jesse Jackson, how'RE YOU DOING JESSE? I am good. Charles. So a guy walks into a bar in new. Orleans and he says, I, like a corona and to hurricanes and the bartender says that would be twenty twenty. that was a good joke. Yes I am good. Yes I am in Texas. So I am away from the hurricane but am worried a little bit about my family in Louisiana and but I'm excited to talk a first doctor episode. Yes. In joining us as we talk the gunfighter here episode one, Ninety, seven please welcome back to next up everywhere special guest companion just all around NATO Guy Johnson. How you doing John Doing good how you guys doing doing good We're looks like Jon sporting a little more facial hair since we last saw talked to him back in what May. When you were a mask it's not really you don't really need to shave that much nobody sees it anyway. So it doesn't get under that mask though it did for the first week and a half the stubble. Yeah. But then I kinda Kinda category with it. GREW WITH IT I. Think. I'm doing good though. Well, thank you. Thank you so much for coming back We always love talking to you John and you're one of our favorites, special guests, companions, and and doing a special request by you. I believe this time because I love this episode. GonNa be an Discussion because like I said, we're talking to gun fighters. Doctor, WHO's most notoriously bad episode. At least generally regarded by most fans but John is proving to be the exception to the rule. So so I think it should make for a lively discussion. This one I'm looking forward to it. All right. I am too I am too. I think this is GonNa be a lot of fun so. Let's get started written by Donna cotton who wrote the previous story? The mythmakers directed by. Rex. Tucker in this was the seventh cereal a season three in nineteen, sixty six. So put on about almost forty five minutes. In about forty five years on this no forty fifty, five excuse me fifty, five year. That sounds a little better starting, of course, William. Hartnell as the first Dr Peter Purvis as Steven Taylor and Jackie Lane as Dorothea Dodo chocolate, and we have guest cast John Alderson as Wyatt Urp he win the movie young guns two and he's notable for being that gum chewier in lazing saddles. You know the guy who gets called out in lines like, Oh, i. hope you brought dumb for everybody Nice Yeah. By heavy Lamar Yeah. So or head little more excuse me Headley Lamar that's heavily and Richard Bill. Plays Bat masterson in this one he was in the previous doctor who stories the Ark as refusing invoice any was in a later story, the propaganda voice in the macro terror which John and I talked here next off everywhere. And the Minister Ecology in the green death in from the Jon Pertwee era, we had Anthony Jacobs as John Henry Doc Holliday, and he has a notable sun which will talk about in our Trivia section. So I'm just GONNA leave that there for now. Lawrence Payne played Johnny Ringo in he turns up later in a Tom Baker story, the Leisure Hive is more ex but most notably to doctor who fans he played the character starry in the two doctors. So a little more high profile role in that one. Hit He was also in the movie. Ben Hur. So I thought that was kind of interesting We have seen marsh as Kate Fischer. Needy. Cummings knee other aliases. Kate elder and all the others. Big Nose Kate big nose kate. Yes. Very very astute. Yes. I think that's how our wikipedia entry is listed as big nose Kate I. Think so so yeah that's. Very complimentary and funny how they never mentioned that here in the gunfighter she was also in for me being a fan of the prisoner she was in the prisoner episode the girl who was death. If you remember that story if your prisoner fan read the Rowen Played Newman PA clanton. Reese good played finance Clinton. David, Graham Play Charlie, the bartender the rather annoying bartender. Who I was Kinda glad got killed in this one. He turns up later in city of death one of my all time favorites as your Charinsky in that story and he's done multiple dalek verses including the Peter Cushing. Dalek. Films. The doctor who films that cushing was the doctrine and he turns up in some couple of big finish audios he plays. Shepardson at the tough one to pronounce and in the seventh Doctor Finish audio defectors and he played Percy till in a column. Baker finish. Audio static and he was also in this is where things get a little more interesting. He was in the movie version of supergirl from one thousand, nine, hundred, four starring Helen Slater, and he was the character big brother in that very famous apple Mac commercial the one, thousand, nine, hundred, four, one from back in the day Oh that's that's a unique. Where they oh. ORWELL's nineteen eighty-four. Yeah. So so I thought that was cool dimension. You know for older fans like yours truly, and Jesse and others may may remember that commercial fondly was basically. I think the TV commercial put apple on the map as far as in the mainstream and yes even though even though I never owned an apple computer but but yeah I, did it obviously helped onto them into. In the more general popularity and Super Bowl ads in super bowl. Yes. because. That was the first major event and kind of. Lead that onto later in the super bowl, like becoming such an ad thing very kind of commercial where you have this little girl that she swing something I can't remember what she swings a hammer or something sledgehammers. And then she throws it at the screen screen shatters and essentially you know resisting against the establishment kind of Motif. All right. That's a long time ago I know I know right approach probably diving way to deepen further we need to. Let speaking of diving deep sea. What I am going to Segue this trivia where John `chekist comes to shine. Mentioned a couple of things and maybe John will probably have some other things that we can talk about. So this was the gunfires was the last serial from the classic series to have individually named episode titles. So from the next serial, the is on word each zero is either has like the overall title and then they get divided episode numbers or part numbers he like part one, part two, part three, etc talked about Anthony Jacobs earlier well, his son Matthew Jacobs visited the set of the gunfires during the production of the cereal and then thirty years. Later he writes the script for the nineteen ninety-six, Doctor WHO TV movie no big deal right. Almost brought Dr who back in nineteen, eighty, six I thought. That was a great bit of Trivia and I would I didn't do a search but I would love to Google and try to find an interview with him talking about that experience and then how you sit in writing the movie if not, for Fox, scheduling it up against Roseanne simply I, I recall correctly back in the nineties Lynda Baron singer of that horrible horrible. Song. The ballot at the last chance saloon that turns up in just about every scene transition in the story unfortunately later plays the character Captain Wrack in enlightenment from the Peter Davison era..
"bat masterson" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"C Now Here's Frank Murano. Well, I may be frank with you. There are a lot of reasons to leave New York City, and by all accounts, people are leaving in droves. There's a trend it there's a new gold rush in realestate, essentially anywhere out of New York City, and it started in the spring when school was cancelled in many areas. It's gained steam as companies have allowed workers to continue working from home in some cases forever. And as question marks have arisen over in person school this fall, which there's still a giant question mark about that people don't seem in exactly in a hurry to come back to New York City. And there's a lot of reasons to leave New York City. Let's be honest. People are shooting at each other, like it's the Wild West. Actually, that's kind of a poor example. Because in the Wild West, you actually had some law enforcement people like Wyatt ERP and Bat Masterson. Who's that sheriff that shot Billy. The kid was a bill. I'll look it up, Bailey. Whatever that sheriff that famous, you're so hear our idea of responding to the increase in shootings more people shot in New York City this year than all of last year, by the way, Um Our idea of how to respond to the rise in shootings is not to bring in wider per bat Masterson its to defund the police. Of course, that's what it is. It takes forever to get anywhere. Costs a fortune to live here, whether you're a renter or whether you're trying to buy something costs a fortune. You can't live here. And actually afford TTO have any money left over? There is pandemic homelessness because apparently the homeless of the only people that actually can't afford to live here. It's and speaking of pandemics, if this pandemic which very well might be here to stay in perpetuity. It may not be wise to live in a place where everybody is on top of one another on the subways on buses and apartment buildings in workplaces and elevators. And politically, let's face it. We live in a one party city that has actually pretty much become a one party state and happens to be a party that I'm not a member ofthe so rough. It seems like there's not a meaningful way to participate in city life. It's a government who, even though here in New York City, we're facing a fiscal crisis. We have people shooting each other, like crazy. Deadly pandemic and a tremendous morale crisis. Their idea in city government of how to fix it is Moving Thomas Jefferson statue out of City Hall. That's what city city politicians or dealing with these days. That's the easy stuff. Course there's an overall general level of filth, which has only gotten worse. Protests on pretty much a daily basis. Which have too often involved Things like vandalizing statues. Spray painting BLM on George Washington statue defacing churches like ST Patrick's Cathedral, setting fire to garbage in the middle of the street. While people people are trying to eat because of course, restaurants are still closed open everywhere else in the state closed here in New York City. So there's a lot of reasons to go. And I'll be honest with you. I and staying put I am staying here now. Why? Why, In the face of all those things, pandemic, homelessness, an actual pandemic, a general level of filth, rising crime well and on And for the even with all that it still cost a fortune, Olivia. Why stay? Well, yeah, the fact that all of my fondest memories or here this city, for better or worse is helped make me who I am. Even with all the restaurant closures, this city still has the best restaurants in the world, even though They weren't really open until I guess tomorrow we have the finest cultural and art institutions in the world and whether you're talking about The shoreline of Coney Island in Brooklyn, the cobblestone streets of Tribeca and Manhattan, the greenery of Central Park or the view of the Statue of Liberty that you can really on Li get on the Staten Island Ferry. New York City has the most beautiful sights in the world I could do to ours. On just my reasons to stay, and I drive my wife crazy because she sees what a house costs in Waco, Texas, or in New Jersey, or just about anywhere else other than New York City. And she sees that that same price while you get imagine in Waco, Texas, you could essentially get a closet. In New York City. And I could do Ah, Whole show about all my reasons to stay, but ultimately I think it could be summed up by the most melodious sound in the world, at least to my ear. The sound of a New York accent. I can't think of anything more beautiful. I absolutely love a good solid New York accent. So Our city might be going down the tubes. But if that's the case, I am going down with the ship like the captain in Titanic. Did. The captain goes down with the Titanic? I think he did. Certainly the band. The band went down with the Titanic. They were playing. So that's it. I am the I'm the clarinet player on the band in the in the in the band on the Titanic. I am going down with the ship. On. I'll tell you my friend Curtis Lee. What One of the things that I really admire him for is his philosophy and his parents philosophy, quite frankly, because his parents, so I knew I knew them and above them. They were the last two white people to live in Kunar see all of their neighbors from the fifties, the sixties and seventies. They all moved away elsewhere elsewhere elsewhere. They were still living in Cannes, RC until the literally the day the day they died. Because Justice Lee was attitude. Wass improved, Don't move, and that's kind of Curtis's whole M o, and it's mine. So I'm sticking it out here. I'm going down with the ship. But Based on what we're seeing. I may be the only one left..
"bat masterson" Discussed on KTRH
"We continue with our American stories and bat Masterson story my goodness what a story it is let's return to Roger McGrath but the final portion that's rivaling tombstone is celebrated by their brothers doc Holliday and other old friends from Dodge city he goes to work as a dealer at the oriental saloon here again Kathy Alexander R. S. Bali that received a telegram from an unsigned person that told him that his brother Jim was in great danger at this point Jim Masterson and AJ peacock our partners in the lady gave dance hall and saloon in Dodge city and they got crossways particularly over a bartender that was hired by a peacock lane L. the graph and up the graph and what he lacked Masterson either and they traded shots and after that that's when Jim Masterson telegraph Banton said Hey come join me man I'm having trouble here that receive that telegram immediately hopped on a train and traveled about eleven hundred miles back to Dodge city he had already lost one brother in Dodge city and despite the fact that he and Jim were not generally on the best of terms by this point they were somewhat estranged from each other that was not about to lose another brother he arrived on the noon train April sixteenth eighteen eighty one at Dodge city he stepped off the truck in and he immediately spotted peacock and the graph walking together and the street was crowded but bad boy he was he was battling bad he said I have come over a thousand miles to settle this I know you're healed now fight all three men group does an open fire and everybody scattered in fat one bystander caught a bullet ricochet in the bag ban because that'll let railbed uses that for a kind of a transient the two opponents however behind the jail and then joining in the latter two guys all bad sat zero Masterson and then a friend of his and they opened fire to an adult the graph call to book in the right loan and he did not that but nobody knows express shopping or what and but he but he did survive after three or four minutes of this fire fight mayor the mayor of Dodge city and the county sheriff's marched on to the same brandishing shotguns that stopped the fighting find the banks for dollar piece for care weapon and he he called train left town and that was his last that was the latest Jim I say it's about time we get the hell out of Dodge that take that very hard because of his co contact it was important to him the people that respected him and they respected him for the right reasons not so much because he was a good gun fire because he was an honest man that's spends most of the next decade as a professional gambler in Denver it's in Denver in eighteen eighty eight the best buys the palace theatre which features a variety of acts in high stakes gambling one of the performance at the palace is singer and dancer Emma Walters after many girlfriends.
"bat masterson" Discussed on KTRH
"Horse and rider crash to the earth when bad in the others reach Kennedy the first words out of his mouth or did I get that best Kelly when they told him that it was in fact door that he had killed his remorse was so great that he told that you should have just killed me shot and killed here that then replied well I was doing the best that I could with the national both one or over the firm is scheduled that decides to try his looking him lane for a living the successful ones new profession in Dodge city in Kansas city by eighteen eighty one in tombstone Arizona and you've been listening to Roger McGrath and a whole policy of storytellers talking about her incredible policy Roger McGrath and Greg handler who does such great production work here always give you the best of all the historians in the time period in this American western life frontier life my goodness you can paint a picture in your head it's different than just the movies right it's what life looks like without rule of law folks when there was a sheriff maybe that guy can get bought or maybe he was a totalitarian himself people just well sought justice the old fashioned way on quote my goodness of live like this and to try and turn a tune like this into a place where you can raise a family that's no small task and this was the commission this was the purpose Masterson's actual appearance on the scene to make this a place where families live as opposed to the stop closest to hell in America when we come back more of this remarkable life story bat Masterson story here on our American story those were the producers producers our American stories find our American network and we would like to hear your story if you or someone you know has an interesting story that you would like to share with America simply email us a picture and a paragraph a picture and a paragraph to your story our American network dot org just a picture yep.
"bat masterson" Discussed on KTRH
"Although he needs a cane to walk two months later bet is on the back of a horse riding for Dodge city in Dodge Julian's his younger brother Jim as one of the city's deputies they're both hired by wider whose chief deputy under marshal Larry Dierker now in all fairness you can tell the story of Dodge city without wider it's not nearly as good of a story but it can be done you cannot however tell the story of Dodge city without bat Masterson and starting in the spring of eighteen seventy six when that first pinned on a badge in Dodge city that's where the story really takes off the three hundred pound eager the owner of a saloon was appointed Marshall by the city council principally for political reasons and most law enforcement is left Masterson's other deputies and you're listening to the story of bat Masterson and you're listening to Roger McGrath who is the author of gunfighters highwaymen and vigilante is M. McGrath taught history at UCLA is a former U. S. marine and is a regular contributor for us here at our American stories and what do you need voice he has and what a story teller he is by the way all of our stories about history brought to us by the great folks at Hillsdale college where you can go to learn all the things that matter in life all the things that are good in life by the way there are free online courses are available at Hillsdale dot.
"bat masterson" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Boston when the kasha fall was the rage back around nineteen eighty three and he did an appearance for this very radio stations human gene Barry Amanda both at the same time and I'm Beasley hand them I think it was round robin okay it was a live broadcast what happened was look Kash opened in Boston and as you know when the show opens in Boston usually it closes in Boston right and doesn't go anywhere yeah they test market DNA test market here and look because opened here and took off like a rocket so much so that they did close in Boston to take it to Broadway and so it was ending early to go to Broadway and I believe Kevin white was the mayor at the time he declared it looked casual Foday in Boston and they had a huge presentation and ceremony city hall plaza round robin was their broadcast live I was there working with Ron and I walk into the amazing broadcast machine as it was called at the time and sitting there by himself very quiet gene Barry later there's a knock at the door Jerry Herman so here I am standing there with Jerry Herman and gene Barry and then there was another knock at the door and they go out on stage and gene Barry sayings and Jerry Herman plays the piano and it was a peak experience I remember gene Barry being in culture for that's the heat was when I was in Boston yeah I remember him being very played the lead and very clean and there is now you and I are used to seeing him as bat Masterson on TV very vibrant animated character right as it was and the areas he sitting at a table like I'm doing now but very quiet very reserved and I spoke to me was we was friendly we talked about a few things but wow I got to meet gene Barry TV's bat Masterson I don't think anybody remembers a bat Masterson the TV show but if they listen to this show I think it airs at like four or five AM so probably around the time you're getting off the air Masterson is on this TV or one of those channels so and he also did the Cheryl I get around the block in the second Amos Burke the outbox off or anyone over to England and he did what was the name of that show was that the the name of the game or the name of the game is here okay and that was a road was actually Barry stars Jane berry Robert stack and Tony Franciosa okay he did one show over in England which was very popular right and I was so popular I can't remember the name of it okay that should give you an idea of the level of popularity but that now yes of your member and and so yeah so I got to meet Jerry Herman you know this world class song writer and composer and arranger who wrote hello Dolly road for the Broadway play and somehow Satchmo came up with it and turned it into a number one record now that was Morgan why trivia question he was up to a point the oldest singer to have a number one record on the pop charts and he was Satchmo but somebody later beat that I think I was about to say that record what is the first nine Beatles record yes that's true the Beatles out of the be on the one side like fifteen number one yes if they exaggeration HR they did but hello Dolly central right that's true put them to rest not to be well for awhile for a while for awhile that's true yeah that's right very good the things that we learned them imagine where else can you hear all right now just just think about it yeah where else can you hear music of Jerry Herman music of Jack's Scott music of little feat musical Voser Ozark mountain Daredevils music of of cream Eddie and the hot rods rapper Jimmy Jimmy spite where else do you hear all these songs back to back but on the Morgan show here here there there where where WBZ yeah you go about that and I know you're out there I know there are people a remote control in one hand while the radios are you are waiting to be coaxed and still and I will do the best we can to coach you to come on over Chuck music with us we wouldn't acting how many M. stars of we covered tonight well more than I could count I'm going to say two three doesn't easily and those of you who are at home just relax again taking it all in we understand we appreciate it back.
"bat masterson" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Else Donna your own imaginary show go ahead well I have a couple Paul McCartney obviously I think we all dead but gene Barry and bat Masterson was I just thought an absolute hunk is it just me or is bat Masterson as a character named not one of the greatest character names of all time I agree still to this day if they're to re run I'll watch it I just looked up his real name Bartholomew William Barr clay Masterson back oh wow US are full name is cool employer and journalist known for his exploits in the American old west born to a working class Irish family in Quebec Masterson move to the western front here as a young man and quickly distinguished himself as a buffalo hunter civilian scout and Indian fighter on the Great Plains he later earned fame as a gunfighter and sheriff in Dodge city Kansas during which time he was involved in several notable shoot out how about that how about that that's a store how old are you Donna sixty six sixty six so you how old do you think you were when you were watching that when you were forming this crush probably about nine nine or ten interesting and I like that Ron like Bob crane to from Hogan's heroes he came to an ignominious end with me yeah he showed that yet but never really figure that out either no but you know even his character on there maybe I'm reading too much into this but I always thought his character was a little out there I like people that are not normal I do I I like people to understand weird can't figure it out but even his character was not was not a simple but he I don't get the impression he is a person was a simple guy and maybe I'm working backward but I thought that you know because I have the the virtue of of knowing how he came to an end but I kind of always thought that eases a little office a little different David out yeah he was definitely out there because I I read like a lot about you know his his gas and you know he was he was that's a lot of weird stuff he was into a lot of weird stuff he was but boy was that ever a great show colonel closely you know it's still watching his it is because my if if if I'm flipping channels and I see it on I'll try to get my kids to watch it but it's it's funny kids today whether teenagers now but when they hear a laugh track it is so off putting it is such it just it just catapults it in the ancient history when they hear a laugh track today it dates it so badly and I think that's one of the things it just as an immediate turn off to them what do you do for Donna I'm retired but I was in special ed teacher they all god bless you all thank you how many years did you do that fourteen fifteen years I taught special ed and wait a minute you're not the one it makes your husband the special law what it's why tell us that I don't want to talk about that master should war a celebrity on our show for listeners who don't remember the story lunch box Donna called in years ago and she told us about what she makes her husband in his lunch box and how lovingly she prepares his lunch but what's his name okay that David and he's he worked in the in the med center on attendant improve on building renovations and is guy leads a hard hat grew and she would lovingly put this in there in this in their in this in their in this in there and we made her give us his number and we called him while in a rising divorce is currently just in front of all his friends and he came home and immediately listen to that required there shall he loved every minute of your voice was familiar to me but I couldn't figure out why and I looked at Ramona kinda squint and he goes I think this is lunch box Donna and that's all and that's when you said this is lunch box style about the only way well this is still an avid listener still an avid listener you have made you have made our evening Donna thank you very much there.
"bat masterson" Discussed on KTRH
"Donna your honor Mary she'll go ahead well I have a couple Paul McCartney's obviously I think we all dead but gene Barry and bat Masterson was I just got an absolute hunk is it just me or is bat Masterson as a character named not one of the greatest character names of all time I agree still to this day if there's a re run I'll watch it I just looked up his real name Bartholomew William Barr clay Masterson back oh wow US are all named him Miller and journalist known for his exploits in the American old west born to a working class Irish family in Quebec Masterson move to the western front here as a young man and quickly distinguished himself as a buffalo hunter civilian scout and Indian fighter on the Great Plains he later earned fame as a gunfighter and sheriff in Dodge city Kansas during which time he was involved in several notable shoot out how about how about that that's a store how old are you Donna sixty six sixty six so you how old do you think you were when you were watching that when you were forming this crush probably about nine nine or ten interesting and I like that right like Bob crane to from Hogan's heroes all yeah he came to an ignominious into me yeah he sure did yeah but never really figure that out either no but you know even his character on there maybe I'm reading too much into this but I always thought his character was a little out there I like people that are not normal I do I like people are listed and weird can't figure it out but you know his character was not was not a simple but I don't get the impression he is a person was a simple guy and maybe I'm working backward but I thought that you know because I have the the virtue of of knowing how he came to an end but I kind of always thought these this a little office a little different yeah out yeah he was definitely out there because I I read like a lot about you know his his death and you know he was he was that's a lot of weird stuff he was into a lot of weird stuff he was but boy was that ever a great show colonel click and you could still watching his it is because if if if I'm flipping channels and I see it on I'll try to get my kids to watch it but it's it's funny kids today whether teenagers now but when they hear a laugh track it is so off putting it is such it just it just catapults sit in the ancient history when they hear a laugh track today it dates it so badly and I think that's one of the things it just as an immediate turn off to them what do you do for Donna I'm retired but I with the special ed teacher they'd all god bless you all thank you how many years did you do that are fourteen fifteen years I toward special ed and they made a minute you're not the one it makes your husband a special law was it's why tell us that I don't want to talk about that Masterson wore a celebrity on our show for listeners who don't remember the story lunch box Donna called in years ago and she told us about what she makes her husband in his lunch box and how lovingly she prepares his lunch but what's his name okay that David and he's he worked in the in the med center on attendant improve on building renovations and is guy leads a hard hat grew and she would lovingly put this in there and this and they're in this in their in this in there and we made her give us his number and we called him while in a rising divorce is currently just in front of all his friends he came home and immediately listen to that required there shall he loved every minute of your voice was familiar to me but I couldn't figure out why and I looked at Ramona kind of squid and he goes I think this is lunch box Donna and that's all and that's when you said this is lunch box style about the only one week well this is still an avid listener still an avid listener you hello made you have made our evening Donna thank you very much.
"bat masterson" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Lost our age ninety seven she hung in there for a very long time it was was very productive for all of those years Doris Day great lady great entertainer I thought that. the movies she did with rock Hudson Tony Randall yes Tony Randall was in all three of their movies lover come back hello Tarkin send me No flowers pillow talk was really the the the big one right and. they make magic on the screen together they did they did very much so very much so even years later she she made I think was it with six you get egg roll yes she played opposite Brian Keith yes and that was a big movie as well and very popular I guess one of the things about her one of her husband's one vessel all her money before I think he died one thing she found out after he died he'd signed you up to do a TV show which was the Doris Day show on CBS and she made it into it yeah yeah. so she she had that star appeal which she could jump back from one meter from radio to records to movies to television right to starting her own charitable foundation and everything she did just went well for her because of who she was that TV show thank you ran for five seasons yeah and her costar with one of my favorite character again the pile. no during dinner okay all right I remember Denver Pyle being in that show right we saw him in a bat Masterson recently yes we did we did. we watch things like that do we have enough turn to our I need a minute and a half to I haven't. yes let's hear from funny man we lost on may fourteenth Tim Conway..
"bat masterson" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"The meeting did a press conference immediately following, as did a number of his aides who will participants in some of the small group sessions like secretary, pump Heo and other. So the idea that there was no transparency is just ridiculous. And it's just simply false. Centers avoided the basic question which was who was the idiot that hired Tillerson, right? And why? Yes, she cover up. She did not answer that question. Not address it. Whenever here that name Rex Tillerson, he sounds like a wild west sheriff bat Masterson, Rex Tillerson. Maybe she had a hard time hearing here because of the plane flying over plane, actually this year. Once again. Standing on the front lawn of the White House, and they were doing yard work. I don't know why they can't tell them to hold off on live television, please. Hold off on exactly. They've got lit audio proof rooms. I mean. Yeah, right. Yeah. They're of course. And Pete Buddha. Ge- mayor Pete, as he is known was doing an interview and was asked about how he's going to deal with the president, if he gets to the point where they're debating on the same stage and it took a turn from political debates to draft-dodging real quick. I don't ever problem standing up to somebody who was, you know, working on season, seven a celebrity apprentice, when I was packing my bags for Afghanistan, but at the end of the day, it's not about him. So you have a question, do you think he should have served in Vietnam? Well, I have a pretty dim view of his decision to use his privileged status to fake a disability in order to avoid serving Vietnam. You believe he faked disability? Do you believe he has a disability? Yeah. Not that one. He..
"bat masterson" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"WBZ. We located at one Cabot road in Medford my name is Morgan. My producer is Andrew m my co host for the rest of this hour into two is going to be Richard Finnegan, and he knows his stooges. So if you want to ask a question Gary Pepperdine with like twenty eight questions, but you can cut that down to one or two or three. And either way I'm sure Richard will be happy to respond to you. Never before we go back to the phones. Is there? Something else you want to add? I know we will going to talk more about curly. Joe dorito? Well, especially suspense while we've got phone call. Yes. With Joe Tarita like Joe Besser, eight doing films and stage work and to stuff and comedy shorts and burlesque comic though. Yeah. So he was sought to fit in pretty well because as mentioned earlier when they put students typing shorts and fifty eight. So popular all over again with the exposure television of their early sorts. So they were got offers to do appearances, I'm some feature movie films for like ninety minute movie, which they only been allowed to do a few of the years Colombian. So that's when pictures command that thought of us remember around the world days and meet Hercules and the light and the three stooges and losses coming western stuff. So that's what all those came out fifty nine to sixty four. And that's when Joe the Rita joined they named him curly, Joe. Although in films, occasionally, it's called Joel or curly or Java. But that was the name they gave him. And I think he said well a lot of fans of thicky. Heeded job for the guys were at and they toned their act down more to children the eye pokes out things like that. So I think he said, well, it a good third stage and some great popular years touring a lot of touring as well as those pitcher movies until nineteen sixty four and five and then the features dried up, they still did some touring some commercials and things like Dickie slacks and things like that. And then they. Team sixty nine they were going to visit each show that's deadly. There we go. I act. My headphones. So I'll give injured. Handle out into like do that, Richard? I'm sorry. That was very unprofessional of me. But I I've got a couple of questions. We'll take Skippy. Call. Okay, you are kid in the forties. And you get to go to the movies with mom and dad, and they show a Ray of things in between the major motion pictures that you are watching and you get to see three stooges did the kids of the forties versus the kids of the sixties watching men in black the same episode, Dr Howard doctor fine duck Howard. Was any difference in perception by the kids in the sixties who were obviously bit more sophisticated than the counterparts from the forties. Was they no difference at all kids kids, and they just loved what they saw. I felt really heard parts of forties thirties children Cates audience. But I expected to say I have a lot of festivals of STA shown in theaters January when soccer Rhode Island to great stitches. So at the stadium theater in January and say sorts of all free promotional thing Pathy here, and they they think over thousand people and kids and everyone's families, come and. This stadium after eleven. So I'd say that, you know, done then successful everything has world years. They they must've been does this. Then I'm sure kids they goes theater as you said they throw chapter maybe cartoon dislike real, which maybe might be boring for the kids. But that's a lot of the families got their news back then on the radio or on the theater. Any any any evidence either way? But I I'd have to say, yes, we must have been as popular. Okay. Forty kids. The outlaws is coming the outlaws is coming, and I know, you know, but I'm telling me audience what the produces of that movie did nine thought sheer genius. Most of the three stooges shown across America were usually shown on some kiddy show hit show host on a local channel the guy that played major mud and McDonnell played in that movie from not mistaken bat Masterson and all of the. The bad guys supporting actors in that movie, if you had a kiddie show host in Cleveland, if you had a kiddie show in Los Angeles. That's why you were cast how how did that? How did that go for the producers of the three stooges movie that movie? Well, I think it was a great idea. And all and it worked in later years. I got to meet some of those guys who come to the conventions, and they had a great time doing it and some on the set footage that shows them all getting a long time. So I think it was a great idea whose idea it was really no Ramal road, the producer. Maybe mo- whose idea was. But it was a good one. And star their host from Philadelphia. She was in there too. And they promo code on the out of it. Here in Boston major members seven and for maybe three weeks before he came out and the week the movie came out in two more weeks after was out. They were promoing go see that movie. You'll see major mad go see that movie and see major mud on and on ad infinitum. Probably in the other cities. Gotta markets to the show swear there. Those are very good. How many western and west was hero. He was in there and to carry on the sixties day in nineteen sixty nine preparing TV series calls. The first episode called kooks tour where they were retiring and just traveling and telling the world because they never got a chance to see outside the studio and with our TV show sixty nine and then that Larry fine had a stroke and couldn't really finish it. So they managed to finish the one that sowed coke store. Runs an hour. And. It's really good. It's so retiring and going out fishing and they're still good comedy in color. And so that was the last thing they really did as a team store, and it was never televised released typically, but it has a few survived. It is out on DVD. All right. Let me take Skippy, and they don't wanna talk about that godawful movie of three or four years ago Skippy. You're on I'm sorry to keep you waving. Hey, no. It's worth it was worth wait here on this knowledge about the return is. Okay. Hello. Hello. Richard. Oh. You tried about the lamb was Har with now. I believe what I law was Moses curly was Jerome, but we camped real personality all Samuel Samuel. Okay. Very good. And what I heard about Larry fine with with Feinberg fan. But it's filed away. I was a chemist that he was in his lab or something, and he had acid actually put on the shoulder by some in Larry that's right eats up the land to build rebuild the muscles. And all that. And that's why he was in the -ccomplish about he played all instruments. I don't know piano. He plays piano violin. But yeah, that's far as we know it has its his arm actually to strengthen they violent. And just being an excellent musician. He became good at it anymore. Anymore? Feinberg. That's fine. Thank you. But it, okay. And I remember the episode IV you have people. I remember Lucille ball is in one shoes. Young mood ball three Hoffman three Askins three little Ryan's. Yes. December right and the young Dan blocker. He was one that was like one of those. I think it was a Joe best episode. It was like the later. Yeah. And Walter from wanna call him young. 'cause he'd never looked John gave never he never Walter Renner was in one or two episodes thirty four and thirty five period. He was close the trailer ceiling waterbed, and they were just trying to get going. We're going to wherever they could show universal but working wherever he could train conductor, and he man woman haters. Oh. Right. Yeah. Years. Really Federal's just go to Rita. I never buy into him told me he cleaned up though. He got the rights to all the memorabilia, something stooges cut, basically. Yeah. Those a lot of intricate details on variety fishes later, probably more than we less fun than what we could talk about. But his the company three company and those who own the rights before that there's all kinds of stuff that all the family members are involved. And even though I know a lot of them. They are not supposed to talk about stuff. So yeah, Joe was deceased I think by the time his his little was the one who was involved in this. But things are pretty it's been straightened out. Oh, and Joe was not pretty it was not any kind of guy in any of that rights stuff. It's time at this year's. Curly. So I told me he was a ballroom dancer, and actually they say shot himself by accident. And they have like a limp at was what younger. Yeah. That's why you see him. Sometimes he runs like across the street or something he limps does. He didn't get it fix writes. This is what I was big floor films. Probably when he was in twenties or even teens. Funny Bill always be funny forever. I don't care. Joe? Molinari curly. Mullery funny forever. There's another message take place. Skippy thanking plastic stuff. Okay. Enjoy mother's day. And that was Skippy and for Delia, and for Bernadette, I women that have called please be patient to have a break to take. Both of you on. I promise with Richard here. Break time and temperature one forty seven studio fifty four.
"bat masterson" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Coming up in just a moment. But we look at what happened on this date in years gone by date in history just real quick before that just listen to what Heather was saying about a car. That's off the road there on Shelton Arlington north Shelton that put you in the Wolfer bottoms. Anyone who travels at area, you know, bridges, the go across and the wolf river is through the air. And there's the the the bottom area or surrounding that. So just. Those that are -ffected this morning. You know, I think I know it's a busy traveled for folks. Go into from work kids that are coming to call your high school at that time in the morning. So just think about those are affected in you know, let's let's hope. Everything's gonna be. Okay. Heavy keeping us updated though have that again coming up in about nine minutes here. Memphis morning news on this date in history in seventeen eighty nine on April sixteen George Washington heads for the first presidential inauguration. Interesting with MRs not January the twentieth. It was able sixteenth winning warmer in Washington DC doing it doing ury he'd been through enough cold months during the revolutionary out about that it eighteen sixty one president ABRAHAM LINCOLN outlaws business with confederate states during the civil war. Also in the state sixty two slavery was abolished in the district of Columbia. We skirt ahead to eighteen eighty one on this date in Daij City, Kansas. Bat Masterson fights his last gun battle back in the old old west of the state in nineteen hundred the US post office issues its first books of posted stamps. I believe the forever stamp back. Then was one cent. I don't know. I've just just it sounds good. Anyway, his nineteen twelve force. Contest jury test. I know you're a man of baseball tester score keeping knowledge in nineteen twelve on this date the Pittsburgh Pirates. Turn a rare five three seven double play. Okay. So in five three seven that means the ball was hit to the shortstop third third baseman. Yeah. That's right one. Okay. I'm miscount here. One two three four. So it was a five three seven five three seven to the balls hit. Okay. First baseman picks up. Second picks up the second throw because he's the ferry. So wait, the the third baseman gets the batted ball. Right. Okay. And then and then the ball goes to the first baseman. Okay. He's the three. Yeah. Five three seven the seven would be the the would be the left fielder. Yeah. Five three seven how how did the left fielder come into play as the seven came into the seven? But I mean, how does he come into play in a five three seven came in to cover. Second. Okay. Okay. Okay. Cents crazy crazy place. So yeah. Ball goes to third throws to I for one. And I guess it was a back door on maybe somebody over running second base filter comes in feet where I got confused there when you said five three seven I was thinking because okay for those who don't know the I I mean, the the pitchers one catchers to first baseman is three the second baseman is four. And then your third basement is five and then six is actually your shortstop instead of going in numerical as you would look at the diamond. That's that's where I got it backwards. Yeah. Yeah. And that's how and then bringing in the seven though that was so that makes sense. Okay. So the left fielder comes up and cover second base. Yeah. Well, that's pretty cool to get a little sprint. Yeah. Very rare double-play turned on this date in nineteen twelve and then in nineteen twenty two eighty Oakley sets are women's record by breaking one hundred clay targets in a row, any get your gun and. Nineteen forty five on this date in history. More big stuff going on the battle of Berlin the Red Army begins its tack on the Nazi Germany capital. And you see the flag raised over the Reichstag. Incredible. As a World War Two was was getting to a very rapid conclusion in nineteen forty five. Then in nineteen sixty two moving ahead. Walter, Cronkite, begins anchoring, the CBS evening. News radio. That's the way it is. Then fast forward ruled last two thousand seven on this date was the Virginia Tech massacre the deadliest mass shooting in modern American history. Tom the gunman song. He choke kills thirty two people and injured twenty three others before committing suicide on this date in two thousand seventeen a world record gathering to honor the birthday who we talked about last hour of Charlie Chaplin lookalikes six hundred sixty two showed up at the men wa they Bon the chaplain museum in vais, Switzerland. And that's on this date in history. April the sixteen as there is there something is there anything that has I guess there's a lot of examples of things that we used to depend on so much what you're gone, but the evening news, you mentioned Walter, Cronkite appointment, television, right appointment television. You know, our parents and grandparents would come home. From work at the end of the day. And they may do it over dinner. They may do it before dinner after dinner. However, it was, but, you know, Walter Cronkite, especially, but you had you know, others Frank Reynolds was on ABC John chancellor was was NBC. And it was like, you said appointment TV, and the only reason that pops to mind as you give that that Walter Cronkite stat and the other day, and I don't know why. But at five thirty I just happened to have the TV on the CBS evening news came on. And I had no idea who was hosting it. You know, they've been through so many different hosts since Dan rather, you know, Phil from grace several years ago because even Katie Couric had a turn at right now. Is it Jeff glor-? I believe is the is gonna be I don't know. And because I didn't spend that much time watching it because it just felt so old and outdated and it felt like. What you expect also from just mainstream media news felt indoctrinating at times. But the thing is, and it was I don't remember it being this way with David Brinkley or Walter Cronkite, or any of those different names that, you know, set in the various network tears, but it's like, you know, every story that would come out be like, all right? Let's go to you know, we're talking with Tim Van Horn. And Tim you're telling us about the plight of puppies that have delivered wheelchairs for the rest of their life because they have this. And then Tim does this whole serious story about puppies that have to in wheelchairs, and then at the end he goes, oh, well, it's just that's that's just something. We should really keep in our part thoughts and prayers, and I'm like you've got to make sure every story that comes and it happened several times every story that happens. You have to show us. I'm just so concerned. I'm so I'm so very concerned about this. Thank you. Thank you. It's making sure they get that point across. And did we do that with Walter Walter Cronkite delivered the news didn't he? It was a different time force. I think but now it's you know, it look I care this much. Okay. Because Tim, you just gave us a story about puppies who lived the rest of their lives in wheelchairs, and I hear more than the next guy. And so I'm going to sit here. And if I bring the tone in my voice down just just kind of like this before we get to the next story here in our news of guilt. If I just do this. It's just a little bit more than you do. It's a different time in what I think what changed it it. Just bad news. The way that news is presented historically the the creation and the rise of of additional hours of programming through cable news has changed everything. Because if you'll remember back in the day in this goes back to what you had talked about on how we get our news before television, people would make appointment radio time to sit around get that before that people would make appointment to get their newspaper before a lot of places with Memphis yet, you had a morning, and after you had the the commercial Bill in the press. Senator right? So things have changed over time. And now that there is more programming hours available, right? When you look at a Cronkite, you look at other and you look at other news programs during that time. There was not a lot of time to sign or to elaborate you had thirty minutes, basically. And that was it. You had a lot to get to you didn't have time to elaborate very much simply because you didn't have hours to fill of news time in product to sell news was it's well. News was its own separate kind of neutral thing. And there wasn't a lot of time that was given to that. But as as time has evolved, and now ratings metrics come in on what people like to see and what they want to watch. I know this because I've I've lived this for. Your life. Here's what you focus on. Because this is what people want and that gives a completely that gives it gives it a completely different dynamic compared to the past. Because now you're catering to what you think people will lay there I ball's on for as long as possible while I'm spent viewing the cume time spent listening for radio, these are all very important metrics, which. Where you came from though in your world of TV is that and you're right. You know, you live and die by the consultant, the consultant comes in and tells you out supposed to be, but the thing is then the next consultant can have a totally different opinion and send you a totally different direction. And so it's still it's still not an exact science we'd gotten away. And it's one of the reasons why I like radio it's like what what we do. I like what we do here is that you know, we we have a need. We know what the audience wants. And there is a need for it that we fill and we give them that programming. And or at least try to give them the programming that they're looking at wanting along with the other elements like you're about to your traffic and Tim's going to give you some weather,.
"bat masterson" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
"Three seven three three. It's eight fifty five four fifty free. I've got a story here apparently a Cossio Cortez. Andrea Cossio Cortez. She is she's got a new project that she's working on what? The occasional cortex as we like to sometimes sometimes she's thinking, Sarah, you're on free talk live. What's on your mind? You know, what I had given hypothesis? All right. Thank you for using the correct word. Not unless you have a whole lot of evidence and have done start valid studies. It's not a theory and people usually misuse that word. So thank you for calling in theory. So what is the? The. I've been living here for a long time. And there there's a reason that. This state has so much crying state of. It's like you've been living here some time, and that the state has a lot of crime where where are we referring to Sarah? New Mexico and Albuquerque we have a lot of Kline. All right. I'll take your word for it. The thing is is that it's always been this way and the. Because the state has been settled by criminal. Settled by criminals. All right. I know nothing of this history of New Mexico the kid. Okay. Well, there you go. You got the herbs and you got a bat Masterson, and you got doc Holliday. They're all the Mexican. I have not studied the history of in Mexico. But that will do it. If you keep the same unless you have some kind of upheaval in the population that that will accomplish that if it's settled by criminals in the first place then. Either leading in or having kids then. Criminals. Similar types. The the genetics personality a criminal intent is also correct. Jerry. Illness. And then also like a is a pretty good evidence that a lot of mental illness has severe environmental factors that they're caused by. Yep. Extended trauma. Extended abuse. Seriously. If you look at statistics when they stopped using lead paint, there's a very good curve from the start of using lead paint stop using let ping correlates very closely with the big boost in crime in the drop in crime in in a lot of particularly right now. I think it's probably dominated by environmental factors. Just because of the fact that we have rampant abuse neglect, and, you know, poison apparently, but if you take all that away then. Yeah, I'm sure that it would be almost exclusively ruled by genetics. Are you calling into support people in New Mexico? Good law abiding people into New Mexico's right to keep and bear arms to protect themselves from criminals in New Mexico. Well, I'm I'm in favor of having the gun prologue because. Good. Sara, Sara, the criminals are always going to get guns. Sarah what criminals obey the law. Right. But if you make it difficult the harder to get that, Mike Mike was just telling us how you can go. Make a gun out of ten dollars from plumbing parts at WalMart. Ten bucks? Home Depot, and I can make a firearm for you in about thirty or forty minutes. I mean, I don't know if they're that sophisticated put together by. They don't need to be. No other criminals do that sophisticated. You could also go online and get blueprints for several types of guns any gang banger hot to build a zip gun. And I guarantee you nine out of ten of them can do let's go off. And let's let's do this right now, let's list the places with the highest crime and list, the places that have the most restrictive gun laws. And I'll bet you those lists correlate. Now, certainly there are places with low crime that don't have that have bad gun laws have restricted gun laws, and there are places with low crime rates that have very free gun gun, but you could almost exclusively in the US places that have restrictive gun laws. The places with high crime have restrictive gun laws, and it just doesn't work. This is the first time here in New Mexico that we passed the gun law. The city. Down a fan Albuquerque. And I think it's gonna make a difference. I really hope it will. I think it's been outlawed for decades. Which direction it's been for decades. Now, Sarah decades, the convicted felons have it's been against the law for them to own weapons decades. And that hasn't worked. That the state has been for the work. They kill somebody and hit New Mexico. They stopped looking for those reservations for here. And then they get the more that were persecuted they they settled close up their Indian reservations in almost every state in the country, Sarah. The this is a. Just the dust ball back. Then you can't throw anything. There's no water. I mean, I know we've got reservations all over. But this whole fate is like almost half preservation always been it's been a desert for the last thousand years in the Pueblo peoples basically used their corn, and and and Warwick. That explains why the criminal ran over here and hit what made it stop bothering. Without you know, because if they were New York, and the Carolinas the thirteen colonies, it was fun. You know, once they caught him. They just be hanging on off the tweet you're saying it's still lawless there or you don't think it's because of the the trade in human trafficking coming up from the south. What what about human trafficking, and what New Mexico coming up from the southern border? Well, I know how much that is so true. But New Mexico has always been. Favorable to abuse of torque women, they found like thirteen women murder under west Mesa they found thirteen and there were all prostitutes. They got all Berber, and they still do not know kill them. So that doesn't mean they're favorable to murdering women that just means that it's difficult to figure out who murdered prostitutes. And that is. These are people who keep their dealings below board. And you know, it's one of the reasons the prostitutes tend to be the target of these things miss because well, these ladies that will be compliant for money and are not reporting their whereabouts to law enforcement or really anybody else. So it's tough. Human trafficking that crime. Fusion here. They're just they're just because there's no penalties lawless state. It's a it's a it's a very dangerous fake for women, by the way. The ruthless because there's no marginal cost not being ruthless. They're already committing a felony. So what are you gonna do be like, oh, well now, it's a double felony. If prostitution was legal as horrible as it is. It is then they would there would be a cost to them behaving badly. In addition to that. And they'd be less likely to do it right now. There's no additional cost to that. They're already in trouble for prostitution, if they get caught a kinda doesn't matter. What else they're going on because they're still going to jail for a very long hookers. Could do their job legally in brothels with guns on their hips? That'd be a lot less crime against senators. And that's the thing with any sort of a black market is it's not just the competition over territory, or the the fact that you're, you know, you're you're dealing in a criminal enterprise, but the fact that when you have people who are being exploited and taking advantage of they don't have a legal redress avenue. You can't go to court and say my. Pimps stole my hook and money. So they have to fight it out on the street. So they find it out on the street. A whether it's a fight between the pimp, the Hooker or the Hooker in the or, you know, whatever as you know, when you're dealing with it something that should be a victimless, commercial enterprise anyways. This is a Christian faith. Or Christianity what country level making? That's. That's almost impossible. Legal in the United States for just about the mystery ought.
"bat masterson" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM
"Zero three seven three three. It's eight fifty five four fifty free story here apparently Cossio Cortez. Xandra Cossio Cortes. She is. She's got a new project. She's working. The occasional cortex as we like to sometimes sometimes she's thinking, Sarah, you're on free talk live. What's on your mind? You know what I have? I have had a hypothesis. All right. Thank you for using the correct word. Not a theory. It unless you have a whole lot of evidence and have done Mellon studies. It's not a theory and people usually misused that word. So thank you for calling it a theory. So what is the Cyprus? The. I've been living here for a long time. And there there's a reason that. This state has so much crime state of additionally, I've said that you you've been living here sometime and that the state has a lot of crime. Where are we referring to Sarah? New Mexico and Albuquerque we have a lot of fine. All right. I'll take your word for it. Well, the thing is the news is that it's always been this way and the east. Because the the state has been settled by criminal. The statements settled by criminals. All right. I know nothing of this history of New Mexico the kid. Okay. Well there the herbs and you got bat Masterson, doc Holliday. They're all Mexican I have not studied the history of Mexico. But that will do it. Look if you keep the same unless you have some kind of upheaval in the population that that will accomplish the heads if it's settled by criminals in the first place because then either leading in or having kids than criminals. Yeah. I'm very much a believer. The genetics. The personality a criminal intent is also hereditary. Mental illness. I also like a pretty good evidence that a lot of mental illness has severe environmental factors that they're caused by. Trauma extended trauma. Extended abuse. Seriously. If you look at statistics when they stop using lead pain, there's a very good curve from the start of using lead paint to the stop of using let being correlates very closely with the big boost in crime in the drop in crime in in a lot of particularly. Right now, I think it's probably dominated by environmental factors. Just because of the fact that we have rampant abuse neglect ends, you know, poison apparently. But if you take all that away then. Yeah, I'm sure that it would be almost exclusively ruled genetics. Are you calling in to support people in New Mexico? Good law abiding people in New Mexico's right to keep and bear arms to protect themselves from criminals in New Mexico. Well, I'm I'm in favor of having the prologue because of course, you criminal. Then. Sara, Sara, the criminals are always going to get guns. Sarah what criminals obey the law. Right. But if you make it difficult the harder to get the less than they have gone. Mike was just telling us how you can go. Make a gun out of ten dollars from plumbing at WalMart. Ten bucks? Home Depot, and I can make a firearm for you in about thirty or forty minutes. The I don't know. Put together. They don't need to be. No other criminals that sophisticated you could also go online and get blueprints for several types of guns any gang banger, how to build a zip gun, and I guarantee you nine out of ten of them. Can let's go off. And let's let's do this right now, let's list the places with the highest crime and list, the places that have the most restrictive gun laws. And I'll bet you those lists correlate. Now, certainly there are places with low crime that don't have that have bad gun laws have restricted gun laws, and there are places with low crime rates that have very free gun gun, but you could almost exclusively in the US places that have restrictive gun laws. Places with high crime have restrictive gun laws, and it just doesn't work. This is the first time here in Mexico that we Pat we passed the gum LA city. Down fan Albuquerque. And I think it's going to make a difference. Okay. I I really hope it will. I think you're going to it's been outlawed for. Ms which direction it's been for decades. Now, Sarah decades, the convicted felons have it's been against the law for them to own weapons decades. And that hasn't worked. I can say that the state has been for the criminal. What state once they kill somebody and hit New Mexico? They stopped looking for them. That's why the reservations for here. And they get the more than that were persecuted. They they settled close friend up their Indian reservations in almost every state in the country, Sarah. That this is a. The ball back. Then you can't do anything. There's no water. Just ben. I mean, I know reservations all over. But this whole state is like almost half reservations that it's always been it's been a desert for the last thousand years since the Pueblo peoples basically used their corn and and and were away that's the wiener explains. Why the criminal ran over here and hid what they made it stop bothering with a New York and the Carolinas the thirteen colonies. They would get home. You know, once they caught him. They just be hanging on off the trees, you're saying it's still lawless there or you don't think it's because of the the trade in human trafficking coming up from the south. What about human trafficking, and what New Mexico? What did you say that's coming up on the southern border? Well, I know how much that is so true. But New Mexico has always been. Favorable to abusive towards women, they found like thirteen women murder on the west Mesa found thirteen and they were all prostitutes. They got all over, and they still do not know killed them. What does it mean their favorite pool to murdering women that just needs that it is difficult to figure out who murdered prostitutes? And that is. These are people who keep their dealings below board. And you know, it's one of the reasons the prostitutes tend to be the target of these things must because well, these are ladies that will be compliant for money and are not reporting their whereabouts to law enforcement or really anybody else. So it's tough that human trafficking that crime. Prosecution here. They're just they're just a bit. Because there's no penalties lawless state. It's a it's a very dangerous for women by late Pepsi ruthless. Because there's no marginal costs to not being ruthless. They're all ready committing a felony. So what are you gonna do be like, oh, well now, it's a double felony. If prostitution was legal as horrible as it is it is then they would there would be a cost to them behaving badly in addition to that. And they'd be less likely to do it right now. There's no additional cost to that. They're already in trouble for prostitution, if they get caught it kinda doesn't matter. What else they're going on because they're still going to jail for a very long hookers can do their job legally and brothels with guns on their hips. It'd be a lot less crime against senators, and that's the thing with any sort of a black market is it's not just the competition over territory or the the fact that you're you're you're dealing in a criminal enterprise. But the fact that when you have people who are. Being exploited and taken advantage of they don't have a legal redress avenue. You can't go to court and say my pimp, stole my hook and money. So they have to fight it out on the street. So they fight it out on the street. Whether it's a fight between the pimp, the Hooker Hooker, John or, you know, whatever, whatever as you know, when you're dealing with something that should be victimless, commercial enterprise anyways. This is.
"bat masterson" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Thirty. That's a good one. That's on there. You're Jay talking. Just went on a bender talking about the westerns and how we need to get him back to remind everybody that difference between right and wrong. And I'm guessing that that's what some folks want to talk about can't be sure though Dannon Quincy. Hi. Yeah. Hi, how you doing good? Yeah. They're great. Played pro baseball as well as Paul basketball and Bradley, Jay. I'm Cigna street. Out to face a gun fight. I mean, you can't be get like that. Like all the music that they drum up genius. He's walking down the street. You know what I mean? It's true. Oh, yeah. It's great Bradley really is. It's great. Absolutely. So you would like to see the the west. Oh, absolutely. Listen. Which favorite would you say? I really do. Enjoy the white for me. And I really Jolie he's great. Two. Is it really is? And your the way they make defied the sound every time he goes shoot, it it it just it. Just unbelievable that they had it together. But the what a lotta people Bradley covered that song. Warheit Frankie Laine guy. Did right? You'll the actual song you hear or why all the other people who get it. You know? I mean, yes, they tried. But they just didn't with y you know, what I mean? Frank. Yeah. That guy. Laying was the guy. I like to share something. We'd get Bradley height quit. I know you love the bills in today's Elvis's birthday. He's my favorite. But I do love nearly Beatles on the Guinness Book of records. It just came out shows. Shows a picture of the be your favorite girl. Michael jackson. And it says that Elvis has the most a chip it gets Belva. And when the interview Joran Harrison, wait out treat die George Harrison, a one or how Boakye. Go visit Elvis backstage seventy short Harrison said he was a biggest rival biggest simple enjoy Glennon pulled the world. Jor lettuce is Chuck Berry was genius guitar with in his lyrics were good. But then Sean Lennon says without question Elvis, yet the best I would be voice Joe caucus of the same thing about Elvis, you know. Yeah. Paul. Simon says called Alzheimer's, this is my opinion. He goes, you Elvis Presley is you always singular the world where his voice was walking role. He could sing a song to our house. Ballot. Check. She's blows Elvis made is become back in sixty eight NBC. He okay. He also mentioned the Beatles. They also Shane George Harrison song what he did the biggest in the world by his soul. Ladas? Aloha Hawaii nineteen Seventy-three Elvis love. George Harrison song subterranean the way she you know, that song something it. Also it also Frank Sinatra love that song the George Harrison road. Yeah. Well, thank you very much for reminding us, all that Elvis was so awesome on Elvis's birthday. Yeah. Randy rally, always catch on all the time. I believe he in the thing that I I live in a big highways, and I told people about you, you know, because you always fair about everything. Thank you. Will you grab it? Also that guy Morgan's a great guy to thank you very much. Do you have a computer? I'm a little worried at Bradley. The thing is I kept putting it off. And on to say that you can listen to the podcast if you have there other ways to listen to the podcast. I think you dig it, Dan. Thank you so much take care less such a nice car. I appreciate that. Dan, real nice. I have in front of me a list of. Of the westerns the bunch. I have never even heard of. What was your what's one of the stands out for you? For some reason. I wake up I guess when the rifle man is on Dorival, man. Starring Chuck Connors. We go to Steven Franklin. Hi, steve. Steve. Hi. Well, I put him on hold and check in later, sometimes, you know, sometimes people do fall asleep on hold, and that's no to them because it's late. Let's take a look here. List of westerns on television way, more than I knew about I'll stick with the sixties fifties and sixties. And kind of the ones that well the adventures of JIMBO Bowie. I didn't know about that fifty six to fifty eight. I'll turn to. Think of ones that you go. Oh, yeah. This alias Smith and Jones Smith John's, but that doesn't really count for me. Okay, bat Masterson, I'll read I'll try Steve after a couple more bat Masterson. I remember that. Oh, man, gene. Barry. And then big valley Barbara Stanwick, sixty five to sixty nine bonanza, of course, still on our on again, or whatever brand did. Branded. Wow. I would love to see that. As a a show referenced in the big lebowski. Then realized that also featured Chuck Connors. Brent maverick Bronco. The cow. There's a show called the Californians. I wonder if Saturday Night Live knew that when they did this fifty seven and fifty nine I don't remember that Cheyenne. Clint walker. Wow. Another kind of super, dude. Another kind of Chuck Connors type of guy. Just a couple more here deadwood last modern. And that's actually the first two thirds of it are pretty good. After you now doesn't count four feathers is that of the U K in the sixties fury. Gunsmoke twenty year run James, I Ness on from fifty five to seventy five have gun will travel. Richard boone. Hi, Chiappero Leif, Eriksson. A guy like Earl holliman hotel de Perry. I didn't know that one into the west Johnny Ringo, Laramie. Okay. Let's go to Steve in Franklin. Hi, steve. Hi, bradley. Yeah. Well, I was gonna say it's L was he said, it was all of us his birthday in George Harrison. I was at guitar center in Middlebury in the I am I we got talking about George Harrison and how he died of brain cancer. And then well, the employee said, well, they broke into his house too. Remember that? I don't remember that. Yeah. I believe you. Yeah. Yeah. He George George Harrison news. What did you see it on TV is son? You look just like him. You know, I didn't see that. But I. Channel to one of those by the CD's thing. I think is look. Wow. Look, just like them. Yeah. But yeah, the guy guitar center. Millbury? I forget his name said we were talking. He died of brain cancer. Yeah. The well, of course, in broke into his house to of course. What was funny was the truffles? What was that song? The you'll have to have the Savoie truffle the head bad teeth or something. You'll have to have them all pulled out before the south boy truffles. Yeah. I haven't haven't. I believe you know, my favorite one was Jeep Jeep that good song. Yeah. Thanks, steve. I appreciate the call. And I'm glad you're still have to be hanging out with us. Thank you. Take care brother is it is. Is this the eighth that's Elvis's birthday time and David Bowie. Do you guys like this better than Bowie? Oh, Bowie fans out there. I'm all alone on that one. What does he just go through a couple more the westerns? I wanna bring Weston's I want to bring a little bit of it. The. I don't know the sense of honesty. Right and wrong from those all westerns back to the government because it's dead. And it's more. It's Ben dying and now it's dead dead. Dead dead DVD dead. Other. Westerns yet derringer only a few of your remember that? The wild wild west Robert Conrad and Ross Martin. Which is kind of if you know steamed bunk is it was it was steam punk before they were steam punk. It was kind of a little bit of get smart meets though as a little bit. Maybe. Wagon train as one there's a bunch of skipping over wagon train ward bond, Robert Horton. I don't recognize any of those names the Virginian the Virginian Doug McClure and James Drury. Oh. Vic Vic Morrow the guy from combat was he in any westerns Betty was. I feel like he was by the way talk about. War shows the best combat with Vic Morrow. The beautiful black and white in there that silver nitrate look. I'm kind of I'm kind of outer westerns here. I mean, there are biased. But you wouldn't is what sergeant Preston of the Yukon. Wow. What I think I if there were a streaming channel. And there may be played all these. I'd probably it was ten bucks a month. For maybe year would might sign up for that. Satellite Marxist, satellite used to have a western channel. He thinks rawhide, of course. Fifty nine to sixty six. It's interesting. How? Early on these shows aired and was still aware of them still at our consciousness, you can still see them, right? Eric fleming. Clint Eastwood and a bunch of dudes a bunch of dudes. Let's get you some new some weather the weather for you after this break on WBZ. Have you noticed that movies are getting longer some superhero movies last almost three hours, guess what? In the.