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"bob burns" Discussed on HOT45CLASSICROCK PODCAST
"Hope you enjoy that birthday answer to the music jury question is Josh the little Florida was worthy formed. No, it's going to talk about each album starting from first to last. The first time on our list is pronounced Leonard skinner. We're now still in order to get our environment skinner really stunting 73. So far albums main songs. One of the most giving the steps is gone and three word Laura was launched Vince national stardom was certified gold on for 18 months and 74. And don't find him on July 21st 1990 R, a pizza number 20 little billboard 219 75. Moving along we have second helping us reduce the album. So I can see you all while inner skin are really 15 times 74. It features bands biggest hit, so you have Alabama or an institute song million young women in southern mans. Reach number 8 on the Billboard Hot 100 and eight August 1974. As well as rumor bob burns recordings. Nancy fence is the third cereal. 400 skinner released onto the 75. Those are first the top ten and peeking out number 9 on the U.S. arm chart. It was certified gold on June 27th 1975 final on July 1st. 1987 by the this first album with new drummer Artemis pilot and late May, guitars aching, wealth of an Orchard here. Nice as long as I give me back my bullets. This is the first day of our skinner. Release on February 2nd, 1976. I reached over 20 on the U.S. album start as a certified gold and January 20th 1981 for the RIA. Was originally taught ain't no doubt about it..
"bob burns" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"In the mirror and see all the white hair. It's not gray. It's white and I got all that. But we've been fortunate to be able to hit on something That's important people like sports in our state. And they like the scores. They they like everything about it so trying to have some fun. That's the idea, right? Always coach and you know when we were talking about on my podcast, couple weeks back, and there's nothing like this show in as you go, is you look elsewhere in the country, right? We don't think so. But there again, you know, sometimes our vision is clouded. In terms of we're close. We're close to it all, and we're not aware of a similar type show. We're aware that Other states have shows that do some things. Ah, lot of them are pre like preview pre games that kind of stuff, but in terms of a post game wrap up show for an entire state were were unaware. Of that concept being employed anywhere else. And so I always said it. It's a participatory exercise. You can't do it without the great affiliated stations around the state that bring the show can't do without the people who jump in their cars spend the day I'll find you and get scores. Listen to the drivel in between scoreboard updates and all of that on, so you know, it's all everybody does their part, and we'll just keep trying to do what we're doing. Okay. Love it, Coach. Bringing King coming up soon with another school board updates, he still has still have time to catch those wicked scores. We have five to go come on two scores, all kinds of scores, plenty of scores and a lot more basketball to talk about on network. Indiana's Indiana sports Talk Stay with us. We're going to continue to talk basketball, bringing King coming up after the school board of being on Indiana sports stuff. Woke up some of these that dude Jambi violated from DC Godspeed, little fella again. Young wants to make up with your hands up. Everybody got hand over broken heart. Bob burns in the hands of distance with.
"bob burns" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"All right. So, Chris, you said a little you said a little texture about iguanas. Uh, is this from personal experience? Yes. Really? Yes. Number of years ago. You've eaten iguana? Yes, I've eaten iguana a couple of years. A number of years ago. I can't remember exactly how long ago I went to the Caribbean and, um, I had been to this particular island before and it was a family get together and we went into a restaurant. And We're looking at the menu, and I looked at the waiter and I said, is the manager on duty. And he said, sure is everything okay? Said sure everything's fine. Manager came over to the table and I said, Look, I said, you know, I'm just wondering. I said, Do you have anything? Off menu. And he looked at me and I said, it's I want to try something that everybody here on the island eats that you just can't find in a restaurant. But Everybody eats it. And he said, How would you like some iguana? And I said, Okay. I'll try it and he said. Now you have to understand, he said. There's not a lot of meat to it. And he said, And and it's like, um Like chicken or alligator, a few other meats that really don't have a whole lot of flavor, but they soak up the flavor of whatever sauce there in so basically had iguana in a tomato based sauce. That was just out of this world. Well, yeah, I was picking a lot of bullets out of my teeth. It was like trying to Chad fish. He was constantly picking bones up. But it was good and I think they in some places they call it chicken of the tree. That chicken of the tree. Robert, would you try that? I just want to see the numbers that came up. Okay? Those of them. It's just funny. Okay. You're gonna read the names because I get to him? Yep. Okay. That sounds good we have I want, I would even try and Ghana guano like that you would Have you had alligator Robin? Yes. Have you cock? Yes. I love concrete ear's Yep. Conquers good. I like alligator. Not to my knowledge of every iguana. Okay, but I'm willing to try anything once. You know? So I think Chris is monitoring some calls. We're gonna go ahead and announce, um The winners don't work in here. You're still working, okay? So here's how this worked everybody who's called in whose name is on the list. Gets a number assigned to their name, and then Robin goes on her phone with a random number generator. And whatever three numbers come up 1st 2nd 3rd. That's the numbers we assigned. So she has done that with the numbers, and now she's trying to go on the On the separate pages from each week. See Crist. Takes a picture. Then he Texas the list that he's written our names down on we printed out on our printer so that we have something to hold in your hand. It's a little bit of a process. I got it. You got it. They're gonna announce first, that that third point burns Bob Burns one, the head Bob Burns won the hat. Okay, Congratulations. Bob. Number 44 over here. One. The book. And that is Felix Mayor. Okay, good. And then My birthday came up 13. And I don't know how to say the last name. It's Norman. Yo Felli, Philly. Norman Cofield, Cofield. Hmm. That's who won the muzzle loader. There you go, Norman, you won. Congratulations. Norman Norman Co feel good. Good. We'll get in touch with those put people and get those It goes out to him. The book in the hat will be mailed and I might hand deliver the most letter apparent, but depending if he's in state for one and number, Okay, well, that's good. That's good. And yes, John B. You're right. That song with the bug song wasn't a dog commercials. Yep. It is a funny little song. New question. Ain't no bugs on May I like that song that's keeps up. And Chris came up with a good one, too. I know. Yeah. I don't know if we'll play at this hour or not. He came up with a good We like to find the unusual stuff and play it. I mean, don't get me wrong. Give me Hank Williams Jr. Every break it up. We'll go with that, you know, But, um some of these little funny songs are good too. So we're not all about serious stuff here. Are we robbing? To us? Yeah. Who? Us. So why do you think the calls will cease Nell? Let's talk to us anymore. Now, wait a minute now. Bruce just called in and he's waiting to talk to. You know, Bruce did all right. Let's talk to brace. Good morning, Bruce. How you doing? Good morning, Ellen. Good morning, Robert. Happy New Year. Happy New Year to you. Hey, do you want us to put you in the muzzle loader contest for next October? Hmm. Sam your first. Hey, look, I'm gonna add it to the list for next, doctor. There you go. So what's up? Just called in the mugging for the contest, And I always like to hear you talk about that here you much? No. Espouse your wisdom or met. They like today. What do you think? I kind of think they'd hold title. I don't have a dog so taken by myself. All right. Well, it's wet. Okay, right, And there's nothing frozen so they may hold tight. You may have to kick some brush pals if you don't have a dog. But try this. Where are there? Any woods Where you hunt? There are Go in the woods. Uh, okay. Okay and walk slowly through the woods and look at the basis of the trees. Okay, okay. You have no idea how many times When my mentor, my rabbit hunting meant tour would go in the woods with me, And he'd say, Well, we don't have a dog either just two of us and you know he's kicking hollow logs and crazy thing about the guy. We We had a lot of strip mines and a lot of timber it out areas where the trees were hollow and the rabbits would hold in the hollow trees in the woods, and he go through there with his double barrel 12 gauge. With no trigger guard and use and carried a thing under his arm. And he just tapped the tap the hollow trees with his barrel of his gun to get the rabbits to move me..
"bob burns" Discussed on Decibel Geek Podcast
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"bob burns" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Up for yours over at freedoms. PHOENIX DOT COM as we go back to your phone calls and thoughts. We've been talking about the changes that you know. Gyms are going to be experiencing. Some of them are going bankrupt. Others are still closed. They haven't reopened yet. Others are reopening, but they're removing gym equipment so pulling equipment out so as people can so-called social distance while they're at the gym. It's tough time especially for movie theaters as well which also used to rely on large numbers of people getting together in close proximity Mike in gold bar. Washington you're on free talk live. High I think the movie kiosk is going to take over and the in the inexpensive big screen TV's now I just started going to what's called the galaxy twelve theater right before the Kobe. Like on Tuesday, maybe for a couple of months and by the time I got a popcorn and soda I was so disappointed in the experience because my twelve dollar experience went to like closer to thirty I. I mean I mean Bob Burns like fifteen dollars Jesus. You know so I think the movie kiosks is GonNa. Be kind of the way to go. Are you talking about like the red box where they're renting? DVD's. And? That's what I'm and I'm just. I'm well I'm actually figuring out right now. Local Grocer I did the Red Box movie kiosk thing for some time was this after they shut down the blockbuster? What happened was the the the economy went tanked right and My wife and I decided we were going to cut everything as far as costs move cutting the cord, and all that and you know huge savings yep. And basically 'cause. You had satellite TV back then Then we start going to the grocery store and we had satellite I think at that time and whatever we started to go to the grocery store and I'm like. Oh, I'd like to see that movie and she's like pull for ninety nine cents. You can see the movie okay? You've been a good mark right right, so you know movie and then pretty soon. Soon we're like you know. We can get the whatever the subscription was at the local video store at the time. You know you can pay this, and then you can see I can see as many movies I. Want and the movie in the store was open to eleven, so I could get off at ten. This is the store that sense has closed its out of business now and then at some point. Amazon prime came along and I could pay. I think it's an average eight dollars a month. Get my Amazon stuff ship more quickly and have a more video. You can ever possibly watch in your lifetime If you watched every moment of every day since you went on the Amazon thing, you haven't used the red box anymore now. Really haven't Amazon killed it on my. God You. Oh Oh. I had a question. I'll get off. so I I going from you know weekdays on. K. W. to youtube, instead, so I'm listening. That's all I'm doing it. Thank grinded on my android. The little slow, but I watched yesterday. I got quite Conan. Meet Some T. Shirts if he needs them. He was doing topless Tuesday yesterday on an island. By the way if you don't watch on Youtube, we do have audio stream. that. Kind of funny. No, I'm talking about because. I'm saying you said it was slow. So if you're having issues with streaming video, you can just listen to our audio stream which you can get anytime at free talk live talk. Right. Away. Thank you and have a good night Mike? Appreciate it so Mike was saying he was just getting into the red box. Thing now so now that he's kind of getting out of theaters. He's getting into the red box. Thing and I think that you know DVD's are already on the way out there already. Bargain bin products right like you I mean how many people have bought a DVD brand new in the studio with the Nice thing about five years. A Blu Ray is that you have it. Yes, sometimes, the Internet goes out. That's sometimes the Internet's buffering. Sometimes things are slow and I might have paid Amazon for the highest level of ultra HD. Whatever, but you can't get it. Get it because it can only travel as quickly as the Internet will allow it to travel right so if I buy the DVD. I can still play it. That's true. When was the last time you bought a DVD? Can you remember. Within the last three years is it marvel movie? I bought I. Have Several of the Marvel movies on DVD I. Also had ray or DVD last one I bought his Jupiter ascending. Okay, because I love that movie. Love Marvel one. No, it's by the skis They used to beat on his little shelter. Just, to watch out. And I love that call himself. Chelsea sisters now now, okay? And I I just think it's the greatest. I think it's so deep and the way it goes into the DNA and stuff like that on DVD not blu-ray. Anybody by Laurie Okay I'm not sure you don't even know the difference. I don't have a TV. That's really that great I have the seven, Forty, eight, twenty, seven, whatever yeah TV so it's not that awesome and I bought it years ago I'm waiting for the remodel, the House to put it in a new team so I mean. The speakers blew out of my TV and I just thought a surround sound plugged it in a soldier problem. The cheapest surround sound like you get and I keep the volume at zero. We go to Jean. The Christian anarchist. He's honor discord surfer. Go ahead, Jeanne. Yeah I wanted to tell everybody about the last time I lived through a pandemic, and that was in nineteen, sixty, nine, the Hong Kong flu. flew. killed over a million people worldwide I remember when we shut down all the movie theaters and all the restaurants were closed. You being facetious. Were wearing masks in class. Yeah, yeah, and you know we shut down. Everybody was on unemployment and he's never. At that are taking this seriously. That didn't happen in one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty nine. Now in fact in one, thousand, nine, hundred, sixty, nine I was seventeen so now everybody knows how old I am, but I was a senior in high school, and I didn't even know there was a pandemic going out. And it was a million people dead and we did nothing we didn't do anything and here we've got a total of one hundred thousand did. Really Sad. The US. Who Died, but It's we're destroying everything. For something that a lot of these people would have died anyway. Wanted to come back here if you can stick with us and I want to hear your prediction because we were talking about earlier mark, thanks, people are going to be more likely to stand up against the government diktats next time. What do you think the people will do when they're told the lock it down and shut it down the second time. Hang on more with Gina. Christian anarchists coming up. Your thoughts are also welcome on free talk live. BITCOIN DOT COM has launched a trading platform at local DOT bitcoin dot. 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"bob burns" Discussed on The Pascal Show Podcast
"They got to see me on TV and luckily channel five minutes easier because they wound up offering. I don't know a a couple thousand dollars more a year which you know at the time where it wasn't that much money I think I was making? I think I came here for like maybe sixteen thousand one dollars. A year wasn't very much money. But when you're in your early twenties and this was again this was nineteen seventy-nine. Yeah this in twenty twenty dollars that seemed like a lot of money to me right. And that's how I wound up coming back to Saint Louis Okay and of course you walked worked in channel five started doing thing so I mean what's the hardest thing what was the hardest thing about being a reporter is it. Is it like like just getting the new like getting the stories was the hardest part about it. Will all of those things you mentioned but for me looking back. It was all the pressure that I put on myself. I was coming home so my teachers were GonNa see me. My parents are gonna see me my cousins. We're GONNA see me my friends. We're going to see me and I'm thinking you know I gotta be something beyond what I was instead of. Just go in there and do the work. Hi GotTa be perfect. There can't make a mistake. You know you're head starts playing mind games with you. Yeah so th looking back and I tell young people all the time especially the ones that we hire that are coming back to their hometown in Saint Louis say look. It's only television. Don't don't there's enough pressure built in. Don't make it any bigger than it is now and I wish somebody had told me that but beyond that you're just I you're trying to build your reputation you know i. I remember the very first news conference I went to I. I think it was for Mizzou and it was a preseason news conference so I walk in and let's see who all was there Dan. Kelly was there Jack Buck was there. Mike Shannon was is there. Bob Brag and Bob Burns. Were there the the two sports editors for the post dispatch and the Globe Democrat. And you know here I am in probably twenty four years old rankin. What am I doing here right? You know I mean you. Don't Oh thank you really. You know who who who in here doesn't belong and I'll be on when you know so when you're when you're a young person doing anything you know in my case obviously it was TV news. You're just trying to build your own reputation mutation and and looking back trying to find some confidence and and and believe that you believe that you belong along you know because it sometimes it i. I'M NOT MR EGO right at all and so I had to learn how just how to have more confidence in myself and in my career. Yeah I was GonNa say like especially during that time. I can only imagine how hard it was. I was just being being a black man in in your particular career I mean in your particular career bracket bracket I mean it. It's gotta be. Did you feel any tension. Did you get any kind of pushback or any type of thing well This is a story that I've told a handful of times when I was was working in Oklahoma City. I'd been there maybe two or three months at the most now I was in the lunch room and one of the sales people came amen. I don't think we'd ever even had a conversation. And so he asked me. Do you think they hired you. Because you're black and I've replayed he played that conversation in my head so many times now. I know a lot of things that I would said to. But when you know when you're twenty one and you've just graduated college you know but I said look. Why don't you ask the news record? Because he's the one who hired me. Yeah I got the job job so if you need to know some Mel's go talk to somebody and it's like and I'm continuing to prove myself right every single day by showing up and doing my job right you know but I mean you know you. You get asked a question like that and you know obviously pisses you off you know so I just use that as just fuel man you know. I'd love to run into him and ask him how you like me now right I got a forty year career. Where you at yes? I don't I'll see you round here but then you know you don't get do overs usually in situations like But you know I get asked that all the time by young reporters of color about the challenges because of the way we look right and well what I generally tell them is does your time is much better spent controlling things you have control over. Yeah if someone's going to approach you that way you know in in kind of a racist way you don't really have control over that but here's what you do have control over. How hard do you work every day? Where how you know? Do you get better every single day every single story because if you do that the talent will rise through the top talent never gets ignored. It may not be on your timetable right but talent doesn't get ignored eventually. Someone's going to notice but as far as you know the the whole racial aspect of did you get hired. Because you're black back. You know I mean how much power you're going to give somebody like that. Are you going to let that throw you. Are you going to let that be. You know. Part of the thing that increases your fire. Yeah but I mean you know the thing is when you say because when you said the thing about about the talent rises to the top rows going in there and and Schilling up doing your job I know that there's a lot of people that work the tail off and you I said it's sometimes the acknowledgment doesn't happen right off the bat. Sometimes it doesn't come in time that you wanted to come right but there's a lot of people out there that are in this industry in our industry that are trying so hard just to get that to get that notice but because they don't fit a specific specific thing. They're having a hard time breaking through. I mean do you have anything to say in regards to those types of people that are in that struggle well in the forty plus years. I've been doing this. It's a lot easier to do your thing. You don't necessarily necessarily need to work for an NBC affiliate to do new stories. I you can do a podcast best. You can create your own Youtube Channel Right. None of that stuff existed when I was coming along so my advice is don't don't take no for an answer you know if if one doors close will walk around the corner of the building and kick in another door I mean there. There are so many ways for you to whether you're a whether your documentary filmmaker whether you're a musical artist whatever. You really don't need anybody to get your work out there now because of the the Internet I mean you can. If you're good enough you can be international before you know it right. You know so. That's what I would say is just keep doing your thing. Don't don't lose your passion for it. It just may be a different way than what you thought it was gonna be you the tools are there. I mean I you know I look at a billy early Irish eighteen years old her and her brother making music. That just won. Multiple grammys right. In their bedroom. You grew up with their parents right. So what what stopped nothing. Nothing and the resources are or even more but there's there's a multitude of resources now so many different platforms now. Everything's so digital. You can do everything at home. You can exactly all the editing using. You could make everything that you need to make right there the comfort of your own home so you don't really have to have a broadcasting. You know a station or something like that Hind you To to be able to find success exact you know I feel like nowadays everything is getting more digital. All everything is getting more online more web based more Internet based that I could see that a lot of TV stations are trying to stay.
"bob burns" Discussed on For Your Reference
"We doing How did you come across and I keep saying me as ocoee because Studio Ghibli has a lot of other films but really my foundational knowledge is in the school of me Ezaki So so would you like to just give us a quick capture of Just got into Australian trying to fifteen. Yeah and and this is one of the fos- movies we played and I remember loving it but not as much as rewatching it a few years later because we've watched this war for five times together now I was too how many more times but yes. He don't need to humble brought grow nothing about our humble right but I just love it. Ah It's completely different. Think in English while they try and I think what you're talking about his in the English dub there would add extra lines in just to inform the American or Western viewer For example that what they were looking at was a bath house or the fact hockey was dragon or they also have a two two loss lines at on in the Japanese version Alluding to the fact that two hero was aware of everything that happened was just completely wrong. I just want to give credit to John lasseter. He is the chief creative officer for Disney also Pixar he actually became really good friends of me Ezaki By showing showing him this really. We'd clip about a lamp a really early sort of animation and that kind of Made Maze Zakia Fan. Because he's famously known for not wanting to use computers all hand-drawn sort of animations right so he was Given the responsibility very high very scary responsibility of translating it For American audiences Dubbing is a whole controversial topic just for enemies in general with automation. And all that sort the thing So there are some reasons why it's not direct translation but then there are some reasons why it should have been right But I guess it's it's not an easy thing to do Miyazaki was famed to have sent a sword to the studios just with a note saying no cuts. It's so it's cute. It's also a threat And I just wanted to make sure we put that in our offense Diaz station just to start off with So let's let's get into the film We start with the opening sequence or you know a hero is at an odds The reason why is because they're moving houses. She's she's really cradling. This bouquet of flowers that she's got she's would you call it Brady. She was spoiled. I didn't think she was bratty. Ratty them but you know you you see them and then they stop off they find their way up a hill and I I guess I guess what I wanted to have a little discussion on. Is You know this is very whimsical. And we've talked about the fantastical sort of elements that are woven throughout this film. Where do you think that fantasy starts to happen? As soon as the cross the bridge I would say that. It's it's as soon as they go up the hill because when they when they about to go up the hill linear against tree is a gate and I think it's pronounced twenty end the Shinto religion. It's essentially supposed to represent that you are entering the sacred realm. Sorry they didn't actually go through the gate right but I think it was a nice little A nice little nod their and they also had the house will the Guardian spirits as well. So I'm thinking maybe it happened a little a bit earlier but I think it's quite interesting because you have little nuggets like along the way and then you get out of the car and the reason why they stopped in the car briefly is because they had Rhode Statue right and that's supposed to mark the boundaries between the human spirit world so it could have started out of there as well and then you also have them going through the tunnel like you said back to where the bridges. The Dad makes a comment that I it was it was popping up all over. People were making amusement parks back then. this one just might have been abandoned And I really appreciated the imagery in this film. There's not a lot of verbal exposition. That happens a lot of that is carried through the music and also the animation. Because as you you see throughout the film it is quite desolate as soon as they get there and that is the world at present day They Walk Urva. What used to be a river and it's just all of these rocks and then throughout the course of the film you see that fills up with a river right So I really appreciated shaded those sorts of mermaids. They walk through they see. All of the restaurants is pretty run down and out of their way. There's like a banquet of food uh-huh trust that I have no idea. I don't know anyone in my life. Who would intentionally go? We'll find random food somewhere and just start going at it regardless of whether you think you've got to pay for it on all that's something you don't do. Yeah it was. It was like like really I was expecting like a looney tunes as soda. Dynamite situation like who in their right mind just expects that that's okay out of nowhere and and the people that cook the uneven they're still hearten thousands especially when the whole town is known and then it just spill comfortable too. That's some mind level if I'll ever reach you know a lot of maize sake's films. He has a way of drawing food. That just looks fucking delicious. So my fat ass probably would have been eating that food. If we're being truly honest with ourselves okay so let's spend some time actually focusing on to here In regards to her as out again. She's a child. You can't really reprimanded for childish sort of behavior But what we start to see is her character development and her growing as a person you know fighting her fees and really coming into our earned by the end of the field even though she still clean to mothers on. It doesn't undo all of the lessons that she learned along the way In regards to when she actually goes to the bath house and she signs the contract with you Baba The there's a moment where you Baba actually renames her from Here to send so. This is actually a fun on little play on words in the Japanese language because Chee is one thousand and send is also one thousand search hero era loosely translates to a thousand questions a thousand countries and then you also have sandwiches a thousand you know symbolically. It's still a thousand but you've removed her ability to question anything interesting. Oh yeah that's really deep yeah because even just the fact of taking someone's name taking someone's identity To have that on another level I think it was quite quite masterful was quite masterful But we see a lot of her struggles. Be as clear that he wanted to make sure that anything. That Shahir did physically Mostly was something that a ten year old girl was able to due to be able to mimic that sort of behaviour as well. That's really detailed. Yeah and I think I don't. I don't think she was like smart but I also don't think that she was dummy. Well she wasn't Darby is he has sought of navigate this interesting scenarios quite well something that a ten year old I think most annuals be afraid of. She's without a power and of course being dummies out of the question. She can hold her own. She's false to grow up quickly which she does. And I think that's part of it. She she wouldn't have grown as a child if she wasn't forced forced to do it. She was definitely capable but she never really had a reason to have to interject herself into her life actively I I guess what became the catalyst was trying to bring a parent's back that was initially what it was right and then it became. You know trying to help out Hawker help about the bath house going to Johnnie but it was really quite a quite a nice adventure to join along the way it really was like peculiar solve. Solve your parents turn into pigs. The old actually. I think I'll just I'll be mind. Fuck there and just be a potato throughout the whole movie a pig league plus a pig equals a potato. Yup All right maths me. That's a taste. Because she does all this things it. I think it helps a lot. Oh yes yeah I don't even think should be able to survive. Without Bob. She goes finds. Walk is really persistent. She's hard hard walking. You can see she cares about people. She's not greedy which is kind of a contrast with the people in the Bath House because Oh yes when Novus was giving people gold. They're all all taking it without a second thought. Sending needed hero didn't need it at all and she had a very good qualities in a good qualities. Were very strong and I think what was quite nice about this film was Yes. It was about her growth but it also showed that she needed help along the way. And sometimes that's a nice lesson that we even need to learn and we see that through like you mentioned with Comanche which I definitely want to spend some time talking about Komati because he's Fund Fun and also through Lynn and the neighbor and definitely Hawker. It took people to care enough about her to get where she needed needed to be To make her care even for Hawker right so it was really nice. I really enjoyed being in the moment. with Shahir through everything that she had to go her and also shout out to birth a big baby he gets cartoon developing in this as well for everyone to boot free candy. Just drop in if a big old baby the has like five minutes accumulative time time on the screen has more character development in the protagonists of film. You're writing then you need to stop. Just stop but yeah it it has a richness to it right. There's no waste aside from the gluttony that you see on screen Everything is so perfectly presented on on the screen and for us to continue right And I really appreciate Asia that I thought that was quite nice and I think we're going to continue to talk about to hear as we cover other characters as well We did speak about how career and I do WANNA leave him probably to the because we have spoken about him and he will come up In others as well you WanNa go to you. Baba let's to you bumps is a neighbor. We're at the same time I there's no reason why I guess the Jordan Peele fan in me is believing that you Bob Burns enabled will one person and they split themselves. Oh opposite of tethered to is is is tethered. Yes Early because of the way it was worded in the subtitles because she was saying that they were two of the same one unless it was just the way the subtitles will wear it. I kind of feel like they were in their own sort.
"bob burns" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Avoid it maybe ninety First Avenue that Thomas was the sentry got a crash there also Hayden at Thomas we have an accident involving a bicyclist I'm Larry Lewis K. T. A. R. news KKR whether the valley cloudy to partly cloudy skies through tomorrow today's size seventy two tonight slow fifty to back up to seventy two tomorrow but with a ten percent chance of rain rain chance bumps up to thirty percent Sunday the high sixty eight then a twenty percent rain chance and sixty seven for the high on Monday we'll have sunshine in sixty nine for the high Tuesday overnight lows in the forties and fifties weather brought to you by Howard air whether replace or repair call Howard Air it's twelve oh wait time now to get a look at your body from the KTA our business center from ABC news Wall Street now stocks have soared today writing on a jobs report that easily beat analysts' expectations late in the morning the Dow Jones was up more than three hundred points the nasdaq composite was eighty one point ahead the S. and P. five hundred had advanced twenty nine specifics on the employment numbers non farm payrolls search by two hundred sixty six thousand in November unemployment fell to three and a half percent the jobs growth last month was the best since January is three hundred twelve thousand the same labor report that sent stock I what has driven down gold futures the data provided support for the dollar pushed up U. S. treasury yields and reduce the chance that the federal reserve would cut interest rates February gold fell to seventeen dollars seventy cents Ford Motor Company is recalling nearly two hundred sixty two thousand heavy duty pickup trucks in the US and Canada because the tail gates can drop open unexpectedly the recall covers truck from the twenty seventeen through twenty nineteen model years that have electric tail gate latch release which is in the tail gate handle Jim Ryan ABC news and checking the latest numbers on Wall Street right now the Dow Jones industrials up three hundred thirty five points the nasdaq is up eighty eight and the S. and P. five hundred is up thirty points for more money news visit the KTA our business center at KTAR dot com or five minutes away from Dave Ramsey down from Arizona's morning news Jim sharp joins us with a sharper point presented by Schwartz laser eye center Senna bringing some potential good news for the holiday I'm not gonna lie I didn't expect it would come from the Arizona corporation commission but a CC chairman Bob burns told KTAR they're considering the possibility of opening up.
"bob burns" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
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"bob burns" Discussed on KTOK
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"bob burns" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
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"bob burns" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"It's time once again check on the occupants of the those running for the presidency yes today focus on sure thing kilograms use the blonde lady straight hair kinda looks washed out on TV she she made a number of statements at the Washington post forum yesterday it's a no wonder the kilograms of a not on the Houston debate stage in September her support is tanking faster even than job like the support she began her conversation the talking was so she is well versed in but then she began to talk about stuff that she's not qualified for no background in and knows nothing about I know how to marshal Democrats and Republicans to Bob burns and get things done which is what everybody needs so I am a progressive but knows how to find the common ground to do things on a bipartisan basis now does she have a background in this finding bipartisan answers she does but here's your ram soldiers on she of the variable path ical stance she's the one who is pro NRA and very conservative when she was a Congress portions of became a senator and also has one eye I am now and always have been a flaming liberal get back to the clone card so talk.
"bob burns" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Goes along watch salad. It's salad frosting. And they think that this is the way apparently to get kids to eat more of a product. It isn't good for you, in the first place ranch dressing down with tasty addressing as tasty as it is ranch dressing is not good for you. And we'll never be good for you. So this is not in fact, lying to the parents. It's trying to get the parents to sell to their kids. A product, it isn't particularly good for the kids. It's lying to the parents making them. Think that if you eat the dressing, eat the salad, the hell ain't nothing wrong with the little salad dressing. But selling it this way, there's a reason that I dislike corporate food, even as a free market like conservative cat. There's a reason I hate corporate food, because garbage like this like this are always looking for tricks, you get more fruits and vegetables in their day. Then read, Jerry. Seinfeld's wife book to hide them. Gash. She hides him and cookies, right? Which a couple of other chefs have done before her. It's not that's not new necessarily appreciate my mom did that to me. Fine. It's also not encouraging the kids to find the love for that. No, it's not. No. You just keep trying. You hope something sticks. Something sticks. Eventually you wanna have, you know, isolate kids from foods for a little while you'll be really, you'll be really surprised to what they're like, when they get out. Survival camp. Survival kit. Still kidding you survival camp. Each yourself some ants. You come back and find out how much you like green peppers. That's right. Pepper sound delicious. My story for choose your news today. We know that texting behind the wheel data's is bad eating behind the wheel, not great burrito. Actually is the number one thing that's terrible for you to eat behind the wheel very distracting. I guess dog on your lap. No not. Okay, either. But there is a brand new thing that we are doing in the car car habit. If he was really that is, injuring drivers at a rapid pace is we a lot of random people. And here's what I'm going to explain it to you. Most offices schools, college campuses, places like that across the country are concerned with security, and productivity. I guess, so now they have ID badges card keys. You have one. Where do you keep it? When you leave odds are. It is not in your wallet. Because we are told it's gonna get demagnetize for some reason. So people don't necessarily put in their wallet. Put it on a lanyard. Fendi Prada Burberry Gucci. They all put out these two hundred five hundred dollar land holders. L. Yeah. This year for your ideas, spend our hard-earned money in that trash. They want to be the brand hanging around your neck people. Consider. A fashion stay right? So studies show now more than fifty percent of people have to wear a lanyard everyday. We'll put keys on it or something else attached. And guess where it goes when you get in the car, it stays around your day, and that's the problem. Police in the UK and the United States has now been issuing PSA warnings about minor car accidents, turning, very serious, because the drivers or impaled by lanyard 's that were around their necks, you want examples final destination. Let's do this one woman had keys on her work lanyard around her neck car tapped, her and the car needed. A new bumper. She needed bowel surgery, the keys went right through her stomach. She was in the hospital for six weeks. Another guy suffered a collapsed lung after the deployed airbag pushed that hard plastic key in the lanyard around his neck straight into his chess, and that was just a minor accident. Like the cars barely had any damage to it. But police in the teas were really confused on why this injury was so bad. That's what they figured out. It was now ficials say the type of injuries increasing as more and more offices and campuses crackdown on security. More people required to wear ID badges. They do say, hey, take your land you're off when you leave the campus or the office that would be a good. I move don't keep it on your neck. When you're in the car, that's why they call it an accident. You don't know what's going to happen. And if you can use the by your own lanyard, they have some that have a little breakaway mechanism in them, and that's why they have enough pressure. It'll break it away. Oh my goodness. You remind me not, no. Pail. You know, I guess I didn't know I didn't think about remind me of an old time stock car racing in Bob Burns. I grew up run stockcar racing. Bob's car ended up upside down one time. And when you're upside down you're supposed to stay there. Don't undo your harness because you're gonna fall. You're gonna break your neck. Bob is reaching for his harness, I'll panic like it. He's a really experienced race car driver. Like, what are you doing? Bob. He'd been smoking a cigar that fell up into his helmet and was burning a hole in his forehead. So they took off few years later. Bob's car would upside down again. And they got to them, and they went in and he was flailing like what's wrong? And then they realize he's good. I stopped lighting cigars. But he had swallowed the cigar are part of it. And it had not made all the way down so that they get him out. Do Heimlich procedure? All right. We talked earlier on the program. Interesting discussion about Google and particularly Google facing a class action lawsuit alleging they discriminate against conservatives insurance of employment. And so we were asking the nine eight nine seven three texted Online Trading Academy text line. Do you work in tech? Do you think it's a monoculture? Is there a bias against conservatives and we got some text here on nine seven three from the two six someone alleges a cell force? He's, it's Salesforce. It's kind of like a monoculture there because if you're not an ally, you better, keep your mouth shut from the two six Microsoft is not a political monoculture Todd, but they do choose to isolate themselves into the belief that all that Microsoft does is correct. So that's the person's opinion from the two six from the to six Todd. You're spot on Microsoft employees here. Fourteen different years. And I am a conservative woman. I have to keep my political views and voting choices, very quiet. So that is their choice for on the two six Microsoft is openly anti-trump. I'm going to be honest, and we are force fed liberal social progressive propaganda from the highest level is a very hostile climate. If you are a conservative, that's the two six opinion there. I don't know if they had worked there or not. But that is what they had said. And then for the two five three, I don't care what your political lean is, is blowing as you love your mother. Oh, that's good. Anyway, I, there's not a lot of different samples of different tech companies of the Microsoft, and, and the other one there. So, so you kept other names and numbers tournament later. Please turn. You out teams that I read on nine eight nine seven three. I keep all of this information. You just taking it to the grade. You give me a feature. I share with me. I know what you're podcasts could be things. I refused to read on the air. Oh, my podcast and should be if I have to do if I have do podcasts about what happens in the studio, it is going to be the miss texts. You send me and I love every single one of because people realize, like ten minutes.
"bob burns" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"Kill the seven year old and the child's mother this is Fox News. Investigating political spending. I'm Greg Paul Kane. S T news to members of the Arizona corporation commission are asking Arezzo public service company to voluntarily hand over information on its political spending on behalf of corporation commission. Candidates Commissioner Boyd done says he and chairman Bob Burns are preparing to issue a subpoena. If the power company doesn't cooperate with the request. We feel there needs to be an absolute disclosure for the last four election cycles from two thousand twelve fourteen sixteen the most recent election regarding any such expenditures made by a PS done says ratepayers deserve transparency both buying commission members in the companies. They regulate earlier this week fellow commissioners, Sandra Kennedy said she was preparing a subpoena for the information. Governor Doug Ducey says he won't sign any of the anti vaccination bills working their way through the legislature. The capital times reports see said he won't sign any legislation that goes against. Emoting vaccinations. Three bills by Republican Representative Nancy Bargo would expand vaccination exemptions require doctors to offer blood test to see if a child is already immune and require doctors to give parents extensive information about the risks of vaccines. Do see says the bills could lead to fewer children being vaccinated, and you may have watched the testimony or heard parts of it here on seven ninety s t President Trump's former personal attorney Michael Cohen is wrapping up three days of testimony on Capitol Hill today yesterday, there was an explosive hearing and the only lawmaker on the house oversight committee, Paul gosar didn't pull any punches and scolded Cohen during his testimony liar liar pants on fire. No one should ever. Listen to you. And he gives you credibility. It's sad going is headed to prison for lying to congress tax fraud, Bank fraud and campaign finance violations..
"bob burns" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"Voluntarily hand. Over information about its political spending on Arizona corporation commission races. Commissioner Boyd done says he and chairman Bob Burns wanna know about APS spending over the past four election cycles from two thousand twelve to two thousand eighteen so that the borders are aware of any utilities involvement. And he you totally that we regulate as corporation commission involvement in that political process by making such expenditures. He says they hope the power company will comply voluntarily but they're ready to issue a subpoena. If necessary that seven ninety K NS t's done Nici reporting. Arizona lawmakers in the state Senate approved a Bill. That restricts the use of emergency voting centres Republicans pushing the measure because they feel the Maricopa County recorder who is a democrat stretch state law by allowing people to vote without any stated emergency at voting centers opened only in left leaning districts. Democrats don't like the Bill saying we should make an easier for people to vote the Bill shifts authority over emergency voting centres away from county. Recorder's into county supervisors in each county. And state officials are unveiling new road signs commemorating the one hundred versus of Grand Canyon National park, the signs will replace more than three dozen signs that were put in place along state freeways in two thousand twelve to celebrate the one hundred diversity of Arizona becoming a state. I'm greg. Paul. Kane is AM seven ninety two sons. Most stimulating talk. This report is brought to you by compassion international. From the casino del Sol or solar to sign traffic.
"bob burns" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast
"Flesh, gordon. I'm afraid I wasn't involved with those monsters some of the spaceships enough that would you think of doing a sequel and making more? Venus or no, I don't maybe somebody's done that already. I didn't make a sequel to maybe. Where was this one? This is this is interesting to us. Bob Burns Joe by as assist does. Dennis have memories of working on the Bob Burns Halloween extravaganzas in the seventies. Oh, I see. Oh, we have here. You know, the show. Yeah. Yeah. We talk about it a lot together whenever we see him. You know? And and wish she was still doing them. He's a sweet, man. What was that line is oh of so much fun? You know, it'd be like six or eight people getting together for like four weekends right before Halloween and Babadi in an idea. We're going to do the thing. You know, we're gonna build it corridors like, you're you're in the ice at the Arctic up there and doorways, and we're gonna have a guy telling them be careful, and they'll open the don't open that door, of course. And that's the one that opened up. I wanna give given to have been on there in those movies. You not only saw the movie, but had a live theater show with it. Oh, yeah. That's that's what this was. These were live shows like for two or three minutes long based on movies. We had a war of the worlds one. We did we did some fiction big Goumba creature was on the top of Bob's house. Mad? Love it jecklin, high kind of character with the with the blue and red light changing. And we did a really exciting when it was very hard to do on based on the exorcist where the girl levitated right there in front of your eyes in the in the attic. And then you're sitting there looking at it. But then at the last minute, you know, you get scared and you run out screaming. So it always had a punchline when they were alive. They were hiring gum. Glenn strange. In beta go, see some of those shows I heard I I don't think they were higher, but they become by that's great as as fans. Yeah. That's. I've never seen the. But you know, it's so funny. Walk into Bob's burns house one day. I remember walking in there's doodles Weaver. Wow. What? I didn't know it. Right. Name to bring doodles Weaver. Other for long. On people like that. So these guys would show up, you know, we'd have on the thing show. Some of the actors would show up were in the movie in the original there to go through the show. So I don't know how Bob knew everybody. But he did, you know, what's so great about Bob is there's no I run a there's nothing camp about it at all. Yes. He loves these creatures. Right. Absolutely. And we all do and the ad why? That's why we're still here in the other people have gone onto doing situation comedies or something. I think we'll all the joy this question from Michael Wagner can Dennis recreate the bicycle scene from AT with Gilbert in the basket. I'll do it. It's a challenge. Would love that. Wouldn't be very hard. Either. Sita says Dennis Dennis worked on captain EEO with Michael Jackson. Does he does? He have a story or or a memory. Well, I wasn't ever on the set. Okay. But so, but I knew about it because George was producing it and Francis was directing. So I heard all the stories about it. And it was it was really it was a very hard shoot. It was the most expensive, you know, per minute movie. I think after that time that ever been done in three D And Victoria, Dorado the great cameraman shot and stuff looked. I saw dailies from it. It looked just amazing. But it was a tough because that's sort of thing hadn't been number four and three D or anything spaceships and everything and analyzing how big the spaceship, look and three D coming up in the audience. Sure also things like that we had to deal with sure what why did you say? And I think I know the answer to this too. But will our fans will enjoy hearing. It will why why are t to Terminator two and Jurassic Park high points for you. Because for fifty years up till then or whatever, I don't know if that's numbers, right? I had been struggling not that long forty year sprinkling with trying to make things look real. And there was it was really hard..
"bob burns" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Afternoon. I wanted to pass that on what's what times this happened starts at noon. And then whenever but. Up here today. I think he plays that too. Okay. And. Pass along group. Very. Great musicians around the Cincinnati area. No him or didn't know about his passing. I seen it on Facebook yesterday. And I wonder you know. John. Again, Bill burns. No, Bob, Bob Burns, Bob Burns. And it's at the Middletown moose lodge. Yep. Fiber one thousand nine south main street, Middletown, Ohio starting at noon today, Sonny Moorman and an assemblage of other fine musicians. I'm I'm assuming. Oh, yeah. I hope I hope the weather doesn't doesn't get in your way. But good luck with that. And let us know how it goes. Okay. All right. Thank you very much. Right. Bob Burns passing away local musician. Also in the last week. It wasn't a good week to be seventy six super, Dave Osborne. Bob, Einstein died as did Daryl dragon of captain into Neil fame. As did mean Jean Oakland for WWE. Oh that all happened in the last week. But specifically Daryl dragon the captain of the captain into Neal who you had a chance to talk with him. He didn't do a whole lot of interviews. No, not many interviews. And it was interesting because the memoir that Tony to Neil wrote. And it all came out after he passed away last week or nine days ago that that said that they did not have an intimate romance in their in their their relationship for forty years. They were married on Valentine's Day because I had him on the show. They were talking to the number of times on this station on w w. Because that was a music we played and they in a number of it. You know, they had shop around muskrat love do that to me. One more time in the big hit, of course level keep us together. But he's dead. Carmen dragon was the of course, the well-known Oscar winning composer. But the classical background that's the training. The Darryl had his dad I asked him about the relationship because she said that was part of the problem. They had a nerve romance. Was that the family that the Darryl had was very demanding? But his dad I asked him about. I said what about your doing rock and roll your dance a classic? He said, no, no my dad played pop music back in the day with big bands. But one of the big things that we talked about it at the time was the captain NASA's successful TV show to wear hats the cap. It was it was the beach boys Mike level gave him the name captain. But it was camp on asked him about the caps. All right. Daryl dragon with Jim LA, Barbara. In just a moment. TV? I have twenty. Okay..