9 Burst results for "Bob Sarlat"

"bob sarlat" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

04:10 min | 10 months ago

"bob sarlat" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Make an appointment today good morning little old business here first guy was trying to think of the San Francisco comic Bob's Sarlat ago and it's eight twelve the Hades dean Richards time good morning dean morning again money speaking of of Bob's this is sounds sad but actually is celebrate to read tomorrow February eighth will be the twentieth anniversary of the death of Bob Collins yes we we did play a clip from what turned out to be about his last show earlier this morning and it's an amazing is really twenty years yeah it makes me sad to think that he's been gone that long but I was playing my last conversation with them on the air this past Sunday on my Sunday radio show and it made me sad but it made me laugh and it made me happy and it made me feel good that I a new woman uhhuh that we had a so view the remember Bob Collins I know what you mean just hearing his voice filled filled good isn't it did and we you know we played a little of his favorite song dead skunk in the middle of the road course so you know we try to do it Bob style the other on the other all right before we get to of a movie review and more from dean Richards at best news of the day as far as I'm concerned dean people can now choose to disable auto play on Netflix I hate when the next episode you know you it's a race to stop it before the next embraces starts a worst yet when you're browsing and it will automatically play a a trailer and N. Netflix apparently now it has on their updated help page all the instructions on how you can disable that annoying feature how do they even how did they even have that on there in the first place it just doesn't it doesn't make any sense I've I've had the same thing were you know I'm watching some episodes and if it you know if I want to watch a couple that's fine it goes to the next one although I think I could move it along a little faster if I were doing it myself but but when you want to stop and all of a sudden the TV has taken over and if you were yeah the you know there's nothing you can do I I I don't know how they didn't have this I don't know why it was such a big deal to get a disabled feature on this all the time I don't know but I'm glad that you can now do that the staff you know what this is not like when you had channels to five seven enough plates life was easy as just the rabbit ears get your kids to get up and change the channel before we before get your movie review and other entertainment news just quickly tell us about this this reunion special with friends yeah this is been a rumored for awhile now that the this might happen some of the cast members said that they would like to do it some of them were not so committed it's been going back and forth they've they've found home Ford friends reruns I guess in our on HVO so HBO is going to be launching their new streaming service called H. B. O. Max this coming may and what better way to do it than with a special like this to bring all of the cast members together again and yesterday it was reported that the entire cast has quote reach an agreement in principle so that's more than we've heard at the to this date so far and what it'll be is a one hour reunion special all the cast members will be back again I don't know how the twisted their arms to do this because they're practically making no money at all yeah doing this it's reported that the will earn the each of the cast members will earn somewhere between two and four million dollars for this project for one price wow but how about that is right dean's got some ideas for the weekend and more after we take care.

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"bob sarlat" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"bob sarlat" Discussed on KQED Radio

"You. So. That's the joke that my uncle John told me when I say. I was like nine years old. The most disgusting woman. So yeah, I remember thinking that my dad, and my uncle were hilarious. They would prank call my grandmother nonstop and do voices. And I thought they were very very funny. And then I grew up on a block with comedians. I think it's so important. I try to go out, and I talked to as many kids. I I'm trying to start the Latino comedy festival which introducing people. I had the showcase that got Melissa visa neuron Saturday Night Live. I'm trying to tell a bunch of younger kids that this is a job. And I was so lucky to have a beyond the same block is Michael and Michael Pritchard. And then Bob sorry lot. I'm not sure if anybody knows went to my high school, and so Bob Sarlat would play Letterman tapes. And I was like this is amazing. I remember watching SCTV. Through a grainy television on channel twenty six twenty six. So I always just loved love comedy. But it was I think the biggest thing for me to realize that it was a job. And from the guys on my block and Bob Serlin. Yeah. I think that is a great place to stop you guys. Thank me in.

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"bob sarlat" Discussed on San Francisco Chronicle Sports - Spoken Edition

San Francisco Chronicle Sports - Spoken Edition

04:19 min | 2 years ago

"bob sarlat" Discussed on San Francisco Chronicle Sports - Spoken Edition

"You're listening to the spoken edition of the San Francisco Chronicle. Big-game memories. Twenty five years later. Cows Lindsay Chapman recalls four touchdown day by Steve kroner from sports to running back. Share the Cal record for touchdowns and big game with four Chuck Muncie. Did I and the bears forty eight to fifteen route at Stanford Stadium in nineteen seventy five the following year New Orleans selected Muncie with the third overall pick in the NFL draft he wound up spending nine seasons in the NFL. The man who tied his big game. Mark Lindsay Chapman didn't play a down in the NFL. But on a nineteen Ninety-three Saturday afternoon at Stanford Chapman put his name next two. As in the Cal record book Chapman carried twenty eight times for one hundred forty one yards and scored a TD in each quarter as the bears waltz to a forty six to seventeen victory. Cow had gone six seasons. Five losses and the final tie in the nineteen nineteen and nineteen eighty eight with. Thout holding the axe. That wasn't the only thing fueling Chapman against the cardinal. When asked this week about that victory a quarter century ago Chapman. I referenced the guardsman's luncheon, which took place at San Francisco's firm aunt hotel, the Wednesday before the game, the annual charity event brought together the head coach and a few players from each school MC, Bob Sarlat. A Cal alum typically took good natured digs at both teams. Chapman was one of the players representing Cal. And he admits heat didn't realize the luncheon was something of a roast still he thought Sarlat and Stanford head coach Bill wash went too far in maligning the bears one wash line. He said he didn't understand all the hoopla about the acts and that Cal can always go out and buy one, I left there pretty heated. I left that luncheon very very upset. It kind of set the tone Chapman said two years earlier Chapman said he and his teammates felt the same type of disrespect before they met. Clemson in the Citrus Bowl. He said the Tigers didn't feel that we were good enough opponent. Cal was good enough to beat Clemson thirty seven to thirteen I felt that same irritation. When I went at lunch and Chapman said and they were talking about us like that. And like, we weren't even in the room. So that was the fuel that fired at all the night before the big game. The bears were out there Palo Alto hotel. Chapman remembers go into a players only meeting and telling some of the bears offensive linemen that they didn't need to block their men. The next day. They simply had to get in front of them Chapman recalled saying because all you guys in here. I'm gonna put you on my back, and I'm going to carry us to the promised land. I promise you that promise kept Chapman scored his first touchdown on seventeen yard pass from quarterback. Dave barr. Chapman's final three TD's came on runs. After scoring the first touchdown second. Touchdown third. Touchdown. And even the fourth Chapman said, I just had a whole lot of pent-up anger inside of me. Thanks to Bill wash. I really really really wanted to make sure that we brought the axe back. Cal got the axe and Chapman got a different type of. Veneer that he's kept for twenty five years chunks of the Stanford Stadium field that he put in a plastic bag. He had grabbed those chunks in the bears postgame celebration the locker room was just effervescent Chapman recalls. Everybody was just hugging. All over each other. Dear Slater Chapman, got to meet Muncie. Their connection went beyond the cow, backfield Chapman grew up in Louisiana and was a fan of the saints. It was special to me to actually get a chance to meet him being a part of a cow family Chapman said Muncie died at the age of sixty in twenty thirteen Chapman lives in Oakland and works as the northern California regional safety manager for helix electric. He also coached running backs at Chevy college for the past four seasons. The victory over Stanford in ninety three gave Cal seven two four record the bears finished nine two four as they won forty two to eighteen at Hawaii the Saturday after the big game. And then humbled Iowa thirty seven to three in the inaugural. Alamo bowl Chapman. Ran for one thousand. Thirty seven yards that season. And by the way, he also scored four TD's in that victory in Honolulu.

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Big Game memories: 25 years later, Cals Lindsey Chapman recalls 4-TD day

San Francisco Chronicle Sports - Spoken Edition

04:18 min | 2 years ago

Big Game memories: 25 years later, Cals Lindsey Chapman recalls 4-TD day

"You're listening to the spoken edition of the San Francisco Chronicle. Big-game memories. Twenty five years later. Cows Lindsay Chapman recalls four touchdown day by Steve kroner from sports to running back. Share the Cal record for touchdowns and big game with four Chuck Muncie. Did I and the bears forty eight to fifteen route at Stanford Stadium in nineteen seventy five the following year New Orleans selected Muncie with the third overall pick in the NFL draft he wound up spending nine seasons in the NFL. The man who tied his big game. Mark Lindsay Chapman didn't play a down in the NFL. But on a nineteen Ninety-three Saturday afternoon at Stanford Chapman put his name next two. As in the Cal record book Chapman carried twenty eight times for one hundred forty one yards and scored a TD in each quarter as the bears waltz to a forty six to seventeen victory. Cow had gone six seasons. Five losses and the final tie in the nineteen nineteen and nineteen eighty eight with. Thout holding the axe. That wasn't the only thing fueling Chapman against the cardinal. When asked this week about that victory a quarter century ago Chapman. I referenced the guardsman's luncheon, which took place at San Francisco's firm aunt hotel, the Wednesday before the game, the annual charity event brought together the head coach and a few players from each school MC, Bob Sarlat. A Cal alum typically took good natured digs at both teams. Chapman was one of the players representing Cal. And he admits heat didn't realize the luncheon was something of a roast still he thought Sarlat and Stanford head coach Bill wash went too far in maligning the bears one wash line. He said he didn't understand all the hoopla about the acts and that Cal can always go out and buy one, I left there pretty heated. I left that luncheon very very upset. It kind of set the tone Chapman said two years earlier Chapman said he and his teammates felt the same type of disrespect before they met. Clemson in the Citrus Bowl. He said the Tigers didn't feel that we were good enough opponent. Cal was good enough to beat Clemson thirty seven to thirteen I felt that same irritation. When I went at lunch and Chapman said and they were talking about us like that. And like, we weren't even in the room. So that was the fuel that fired at all the night before the big game. The bears were out there Palo Alto hotel. Chapman remembers go into a players only meeting and telling some of the bears offensive linemen that they didn't need to block their men. The next day. They simply had to get in front of them Chapman recalled saying because all you guys in here. I'm gonna put you on my back, and I'm going to carry us to the promised land. I promise you that promise kept Chapman scored his first touchdown on seventeen yard pass from quarterback. Dave barr. Chapman's final three TD's came on runs. After scoring the first touchdown second. Touchdown third. Touchdown. And even the fourth Chapman said, I just had a whole lot of pent-up anger inside of me. Thanks to Bill wash. I really really really wanted to make sure that we brought the axe back. Cal got the axe and Chapman got a different type of. Veneer that he's kept for twenty five years chunks of the Stanford Stadium field that he put in a plastic bag. He had grabbed those chunks in the bears postgame celebration the locker room was just effervescent Chapman recalls. Everybody was just hugging. All over each other. Dear Slater Chapman, got to meet Muncie. Their connection went beyond the cow, backfield Chapman grew up in Louisiana and was a fan of the saints. It was special to me to actually get a chance to meet him being a part of a cow family Chapman said Muncie died at the age of sixty in twenty thirteen Chapman lives in Oakland and works as the northern California regional safety manager for helix electric. He also coached running backs at Chevy college for the past four seasons. The victory over Stanford in ninety three gave Cal seven two four record the bears finished nine two four as they won forty two to eighteen at Hawaii the Saturday after the big game. And then humbled Iowa thirty seven to three in the inaugural. Alamo bowl Chapman. Ran for one thousand. Thirty seven yards that season. And by the way, he also scored four TD's in that victory in Honolulu.

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"bob sarlat" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"bob sarlat" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Kcbs news time eight thirty two welcome to kcbs into that discussion of one of the topics making news these kcbs indepth welcome to kcbs indepth i'm reporter holly kwan along with reporter matt bigler this week we've seen a lot of earthquake related stories the one hundred twelfth anniversary of the nineteen o six quake the release of the us geological surveys latest scenario of a seven point zero quake hitting the hayward fault plus an extensive new york times story looking at the proliferation of skyscrapers in downtown san francisco and the reassessment of seismic regulations will take look at all of this plus how to diy retrofit your own home on wednesday april eighteenth as is tradition a crowd including san francisco city leaders and first responders gathered at ladas fountain for the anniversary of the nineteen o six quake in one hundred twelve years we've learned a lot but looking back always offers lessons for the future mc and san francisco native bob sarlat traces the first few hours after that quake equivalent to a seven point nine that shook for forty five to sixty seconds low rent television the celtics market district collapse hundreds are killed of liquified ground swallows their homes more victims are added to the death toll has collapsed structures of bbc catch fire rescue attempts tragically the man we would be most of fight the rep acquires fire chief dennis sullivan is fatally wounded during the earthquake he would die four days later when aspire tower of california hotel collapse onto his fire station hall do disappear earthquake damage telephone telegraph to you but it gives you within the city is impossible a few messages are sent around the world by the pacific cable before that line to fails six am san francisco mayor eugene schmitz is unaware of the severity of the quite until anxious city officials arrive at his door he leaves the safety of his home and heads downtown to see for himself the enormous scale of the disaster six thirty.

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"bob sarlat" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"bob sarlat" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Welcome to kcbs that discussion of one of the topics making news this these kcbs indepth welcome to kcbs indepth i'm porter holly kwan along with reporter matt bigler this week we've seen a lot of earthquake related stories the one hundred twelve th anniversary of the nineteen o six quake the release of the us geological surveys latest scenario of a seven point zero quake hitting the hayward fault plus an extensive new york times story looking at the proliferation of skyscrapers in downtown san francisco and the reassessment of seismic regulations we'll take a look at all of this plus how to diy retrofit your own home uhhuh on wednesday april eighteenth as is tradition a crowd including san francisco city leaders and first responders gathered at ladas fountain for the anniversary of the nineteen o six quake in one hundred twelve years we've learned a lot but looking back always offers lessons for the future mc and san francisco native bob sarlat traces the first few hours after that quake equivalent to a seven point nine that shook for forty five to sixty seconds low rent television the celtics gorkha district collapse hundreds are killed of liquified ground swallows their homes victims are added to the death toll has collapsed structures of catch fire perfect rescue attempts tragically the man we would be most a fight the rampant fires fire chief dennis t sullivan is fatally wounded during the earthquake he would die four days later when aspire tower of the california hotel collapses onto his fire station hall do disappear earthquake damage telephone telegraph you within the city is imposs a few messages are sent around the world via the pacific cable before that line to fails six eight san francisco mayor eugene schmitz is unaware of the severity of equate agile anxious city officials arrive at his door he leaves the safety of his home and heads downtown to see for himself the enormous scale of the disaster six thirty am all available.

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"bob sarlat" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"bob sarlat" Discussed on KGO 810

"Do you know they're not just pace in the truck patient that pace when they try news use point would pay significant i could pays car in in a race i see how do you know they're not just days after i drafting on your witness route this needs to be a new law and order series at a does bob sarlat is bicycle uup has invalid air that they i've i've seen the same kind of video you're talking about it pretty well apparently there some there there are a lot of states have have with a call booby trap laws and the say that with this guys do an environ lights in washington state's works are people who set up all kinds of booby trapped you know like if you if you break into the car and you don't like started right way the carson floats chris so if somebody gives her because and i'm sorry i think yeah i don't know what about the steely loss where does that is another thing that i i like the guy with the shotgun sound identities hilarious it is funny the videos online you can watch it it's it's it's funny i think it depends on what he's ordering on amazon he needs to release that list during an area yeah okay apparently a twelve gauge shotguns lord our record the sound for the bucks art was paying attention is headline is the headlines justin lockwood is here joe closer tally diongco bob star lot weapons of bumps over the news the we uh let's see when we come back why the hashtag me to lubitsch should be ready for a backlash do you think there's of backlash coming and damn now i will do the pit bull story because people get mad monroe toubon pit bulls he had people get mad we y whenever i do that so what we get more all of that is of the this is.

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"bob sarlat" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"bob sarlat" Discussed on KGO 810

"Front of that's dynamics whole life you think so yes absolutely a you you know they talk because they'll do things like that twenty years ago i i don't know i don't know it doesn't have to be hollywood you could work at the taco bell on people here sexually harassing each other rainer have as well there was a story the norm i wasn't i'm not condoning and i'm just saying it was an unusual now well there was a story came out like yesterday or day before yesterday that that one in three men really don't know what it is an interesting one in three men do not think that wolf whistling at a woman walked down the street is is sexual harassment yet they have a daughter and then they're going to rethink betcha somebody being purposefully judge that's that's hiding behind ignorance men do that a lot where they they say understand something so that they can continue to do it really you think that so absolute the fact you know to you have women on capitol hill talking about how they've been sexually harassed with paul ryan says today these encouraging all of the men in congress to go through sexual harassment training your in congress you don't know was inappropriate what helmet you know your income you yes oh constituents to look did you and you don't know what's appropriate in in terms of dealing with a woman adds as the desert now went to inappropriate dealing with them how now you just being politically rather than care this what are you guys think about the idea that now guys executives don't want to have even meetings with women hold on hold onto their markets that i was gonna say it's the mike pence rolando have will picked it up we cut back i will also talk about uh we'll we'll talk about the indictments as well dr justin lockwood is here julia jackson bob sarlat show why headlines of the headlines will back right after this you're listening to k jio cagey traffic on the hill not a body traffic death southbound wanna 41st there's an accident and sell cal southbound 101 getting into.

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"bob sarlat" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:36 min | 3 years ago

"bob sarlat" Discussed on KGO 810

"With bukhari sellers look i'm just those country boy from a town called did more south carolina where we have three thought light than a blinking light but i get an opportunity to sit here and talk about the real news politics and coach not from a normal cheered cnn but instead we if you every single week we'll have a new show bukhari salvaged viewpoint subscribe at apple podcast and goo play you are listening to the next generation of kedo with bryant oakland thank you very much the now hidden why were playing that i really don't know live james me name was on in a fan some allott somebody was bringing a putsch wax my old banned guessing this song i christmas we should just organ y'all i uncanny the on canning these shaving right now with right now god for having marsov either his view would use their as long as face as as smooth as your voice in to say that to all the poison are you guys doing a show you do that i knew will show which my show you we stopped at about for years ago people think we're still doing it every year was like your farewell show light as bob sarlat by the way a lot as the headlines just a lot goods here bob solid cheryl white julia jackson loves a thumbs up the news of the week okay well we we were we're we're gonna talk about this later but we can we can do it now and if that's the the kevin spacey accusations more and more every day there's one yesterday new york magazine a an anonymous 43yearold man says that when he was fourteen he had a consensual relationship with kevin spacey was in his twenty's like 24 you've got eight employees who work on are used to work gone house of cards who taught the cnn alirani said name right now housing that's not good i'll see that there was a daily mail headlined like i kinda want yes like you know what i i hate what species them but what i like houses of cards humor my way we keep of cards unutilised he's a great haste them he is a great act yeah i thought he handle i actually thought he handled it pretty well because what he said noise that's what he said that thank you rubber he said i.

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