19 Burst results for "Charles Schultz"

"charles schultz" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

04:47 min | 9 months ago

"charles schultz" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"On this day in Nineteen, fifty, four panel comic Strip made its debut in seven newspapers. Good. Old Charlie, Brown kids said in the third panel and in the fourth how I hate him. And that was the first peanuts strip drawn by little known cartoonist from Saint Paul. MINNESOTA. Charles Schultz, it would become one of the most important and widely loved comic strips in history over the decades we were introduced to Charlie Brown Lucy, linus, sally, and snoopy among many others. But there was one character who's never seen in the strip although she's mentioned by name while nickname. In nineteen sixty one Charlie Brown revealed his crush on the little red haired girl and while his unrequited loves real name and face didn't make it to the newspapers she did appear on TV screens sixteen years later in nineteen seventy, seven in it's your first kiss traveling Brown. That's as it happens host Barbara from called up. Charles Schultz himself to ask why the little red haired girl whose name was heather was finally going to be seen. Did you decide you had to bring romance into the peanuts call him can you does not hold off the seventies? Any longer? Well, we're always searching for new directions in these television shows I think they're more difficult to adjust than the. Daily and The Sunday newspaper comic. Strips. It is more difficult.

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"charles schultz" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"charles schultz" Discussed on WTVN

"Hundred eight two five five zero three three from west of the Rockies toll free call eight hundred six one eight eight two five five to reach George via Skype use Skype name George nine seven three one three seven Georgia text message anytime at eight one eight two nine eight six five two one this is coast to coast AM with George Noory on our next coast to coast program Charles Schultz joins us to talk about things going on in space and then bill being joins us with his work on curses and the dark forces to make sure your part a coast to coast we got a television program out there it's called beyond belief in you can watch it at beyond belief dot com the executive producer of the event Thomas d'analyse absolutely in beyond belief dot com is where you want to go this week's free episode what does it mean to become supernatural that's what doctor Joe to spends up head on over the site beyond belief dot com and you can join all the incredible beyond belief interviews just go to beyond belief dot com that was a great interview we did with Joe just amazing guy thanks Tom beyond belief dot com stem cell technology as we were talking earlier is doing wonderful from Beverly hills California Dr Nathan Newman has been a leader in the use of stem cell technology for repairs to the body he's taken that same technology to skin care with luminous and a P. T. two hundred advanced polypeptide technology it's a revolutionary idea when it comes to cosmetic treatment of the skin we've taken these polypeptides looked at the fact made this combination of peptides.

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Secrets of Apollo 10

Innovation Now

01:30 min | 2 years ago

Secrets of Apollo 10

"NASA has shared a proud association with the late Charles M. Scholtz and his American icon snoopy since the Apollo missions began this is innovation now bringing you stories behind the ideas that shave our future in the nineteen sixties Charles Schultz created comic strips depicting snoopy on the moon capturing public excitement about America's achievements in space in May nineteen sixty-nine the Apollo ten mission required the lunar module to Skim the Moon's surface to within fifty thousand feet and snoop around scouting the Apollo eleven landing site so the crew named the lunar module snoopy and there was no better name for the command module then Charlie Brown snoopy's loyal owner now is NASA celebrates the fiftieth anniversary of the historic Apollo Missions Snoopy and the beloved peanuts characters are once again joining NASA Nisa for some space aged programming peanuts and space secrets of Apollo ten a short documentary of sorts features Ron Howard Jeff Golden and two of the Apollo astronauts. Tom Stafford Gene Cernan in a lighthearted.

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Snoopy in Space

Innovation Now

01:30 min | 2 years ago

Snoopy in Space

"Nasa has shared a proud association with the late Charles M Scholtz, and his American icon, Snoopy since the Apollo missions began shoes innovation now bringing you stories behind the ideas, that shave our future in the nineteen sixties Charles Schultz, created comic strips depicting Snoopy, on the moon capturing public excitement about America's achievements in space in may nineteen sixty nine the Apollo, ten mission required the lunar module to skim the moon surface to within fifty thousand feet and snoop around scouting, the Apollo eleven landing site. So the crew named the lunar module Snoopy, and there was no better name for the command module. Then Charlie Brown Snoopy's loyal owner. Now is NASA celebrates the fiftieth anniversary of the historic, Apollo missions, Snoopy, and the beloved peanuts characters are once again joining me. Data for some space aged programming peanuts and space secrets of Apollo ten a short documentary of sorts features Ron Howard, Jeff golden and two of the Apollo ten astronauts. Tom Stafford in gene Cernan in a light hearted. Look at arm missions to the moon or innovation now, I'm Jennifer Kolar innovation now is produced by the National Institute of aerospace through collaboration with NASA and is distributed by w. HR V.

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"charles schultz" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"charles schultz" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"And what's in it for you? If you decide you'd like to make an appointment. We would love to have that opportunity because it is all about you. And we're about service. I love what Charles Schultz actually, how well Charles Shulz to put Mr. peanuts mister, Charlie Brown, but Howard Schultz, the CEO of Starbucks. He was asked what type of business? We'll our you're obviously in the coffee business. He goes, no, we're not we're in the people business. We just happened to serve coffee. Well, the same can be said for those of us working at more financial we are in the people business. We just happened to do what we do which is financial services and financial planning and retirement planning and the like, but the focus the spotlight the attention is on you. And isn't that great nowadays to know that it can be on you, do we always a thousand? Are we always hitting it over the fence every single conversation every single meeting every single phone, call every single dot? Document that sent in. Do we make mistakes? Are there issues are there challenges? Yes. But you need to know this that each and every day our goal is. And we ask ourselves can we do it better? How can we do a better? So that you are client can make it to through retirement. And then enjoy the fruits of your labor because what is this all about? Anyway, this aggregating of funds this accretion of money. What's it all about? It's about enjoying it making memories doing the right thing. We're going to be talking about that today. More of a focus today. Believe it or not on the insurance side. We've last couple weeks we've been talking about money management. We've got a fantastic relationship with Greenberg financial and will continue to offer you a full array a plethora, a smorgasbord of ideas and products and services because we know, and we understand, and we can appreciate the fact. That your time is extremely valuable, and if you can come in and do it all in one stop and in one shop, then so be it. We would love to have that opportunity. But before we get too far along let us do. Our Mr Lee Greenwood salute to America. Many of our salutes have to do with charities.

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"charles schultz" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

12:30 min | 2 years ago

"charles schultz" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Cable news and by two thousand twenty millennials are projected to be among the biggest voting bloc in the United States. And sixty one percent of them watch TV on streaming services. That's true. Although I don't think it's necessarily all going to be on Twitter. I think a lot of it has to do with. I mean, there's a lot that goes into it. Welcome back to the show. I'm Dana lash out they lash on Twitter officials on Facebook. That's why you see all these people doing these stupid idiotic rec- just because it's on social media doesn't mean that you have to strip away, and you're sort. Of self respect or professionalism. You know, I mean, you can still. I no, no. I just aggravates me with all of that. So Kamala Kamala Harris is in. Who is it? Bernie Sanders is thinking about jumping into the primary as well. Amblin the primary man is going to be a bloodbath, politically, oh my gosh. He's set to announce a twenty twenty presidential run. I guess my gosh. So you still have all and then you get the Starbucks guy. What's his face Howard Schultz? I keep wanting to call Charleston. So you have. Charles schultz. Sorry Edward Howard Schultz chimney Christmas. Change your name, Starbucks guy. He's going to be the Democrats Ross Perot. He says he wants to run as an independent Democrats are now mad that he's even talking about it because they said that that actually could divide Trump. I'm totally fine with Schultz running totally fine. Go ahead. He's been giving interviews and speeches around the country. All you need to know is that Democrats are gonna go hard left. It's going to be a socialist candidate. The socialist wave has arrived. It is a socialist primary. So yeah, he'll he'll and Scholtz will peel off democrat votes because there are a few Democrats. I don't even know why they even identify as Democrats, but they are more moderate than their socialist party. And so it'll be interesting to see how that breaks down as we get closer. We're still pretty we're so pretty far off. We're still pretty far off. But we'll see. This. He says that Howard Schultz advisor said he'd bring Trump down to a floor of twenty six twenty eight percent. I just I don't think. So I don't think that people are I think all with some with some people Trump would have to be like over how much you hate their cops during Christmas. But at least this guy has an idea about running business. So we'll we'll see with that. But I, you know. It just she have a very crowded very crowded. Birth. So to speak. Really kind of amazing to see everything just. How? Many people are and they're all lefties super far hard left. Super far super hard left. So this is going to be a brawl, especially if you've got Bernie Sanders in it. Elizabeth Warren is pretty much done. Bernie sanders. Elizabeth warren. Kamala Harris is in Cory Booker. No. He said he wasn't remember. No, he's not. I don't think he's got a shot in Haiti's. But we'll see. But it's this is this is going to be something else. I tell you with this on a move on because I got a couple of other things to get into. So here's a sad state of of. Affairs. I got to the worst stories for you ever, so sad. So the first is a pill for loneliness, and I actually saw the start with the story yesterday. This comes from the guardian. Scientists are working on a pill for loneliness. So you can just what remedy everything with a pill. Really were there. You're just everything. Modern life has led to greater isolation which can fuel an array of disorders. If there are medications for social pains like depression and anxiety. Why not loneliness because that's awful. We are social creatures in. You wanna medicate our way out of that as opposed to just having people go, and socialize and stay a part of that community. All my goodness. I think that's even more detrimental. I mean, it is I do think social media encourages that isolation. But oh my gosh. Just to the point where you would take a pill. Loneliness isn't a chemical. It's that loneliness is isn't that response to stimuli? Can they can boil it down to all things in your brain are essentially just chemically, you know, what I mean chemically put together, but you're right instead of being the person who connects with human beings and fulfilling that as a human being they just want to throw pillow at you. And I don't think we've seen the side effects on all the pill. Have we not seen a list of? I mean, listen, the one minute commercial you see on TV forty five to fifty seconds is dedicated to tell you the side effects of the damn thing. Can you imagine the side effects for this? I just don't think I don't see how you make a pill to treat. What is a response to the lack of stimuli? I just I I that's what. So here's the other stories ridiculous. It's a tiny Pacific island called new. Yui lot of AL's their new Neely. And it ended up after a storm last year. A duck Mallard was blown into this island country jagged landscape of coral which doesn't provide an ecosystem for many wetlands or ponds for ducts in which they can reside. And so this one Mallard Trevor the Mallard was blown in to this Pacific island by a storm, and he lived in a little puddle by the side of the road. The nation has a population of under two thousand and this stuff became famous amongst the people there's just a little puddle by muddy road. And that's where he lived. And he lived there for the past year. The new e fire service would stop by with their big trucks to top up his puddle from time to time. So that they could maintain his little habitat with him. Oh, the New Zealand High Commissioner new east considered to be a part of New Zealand. Also once fed Trevor Mallard, some BOK Choy, and he was named after literally Trevor Mallard, the speaker of the New Zealand house of representatives, and he was actually even a local landmark people would say, well, you just turn right at the duck. But he had a little pond right there on the side of the road. And that's worry little puddle actually was a puddle. And that's where he lived. Well, now tailored the Mallard. Trevor Mallard is no more. Because despite the fact that he was much loved by the locals, apparently he was not much loved by an area dog that attacked him dragged him into a Bush and killed him. And he is now dead the only duck on the small Pacific island. His little pond is now almost dry his little puddle by the side of the muddy road is almost all dried up because he's dead. The duck is dead. The food chain. Okay. I love dogs. I don't like this dog. Why didn't they bring another duck? That's the issue. The duck could have been so lonely at wanted to die. He thinks that the that the Mallard walk toward the jaws of this dog, basically climbed in like that one pathetic duckling, and Tom and Jerry, right? When he tried to get this cat to eat them. And the cat was so overwhelmed with morality that. He could eat the sad little duckling that wanted to kill itself. Your way you're bringing a cartoon into prove my point. That's no, no. I'm just saying that this most likely just like you hear in nature, the cries of baby birds pushed out of the nest or whatever that will attract predators because they're never going to survive. Just never going to survive. This duck was probably so lonely that he ended up making cries that made the Doug come over and eat them, just nature. Doesn't mean one guy. You don't know that he did know that he did. We got eaten cheese. He didn't. I don't know if he was actually eaten, but he was just dragging boss. How many ducks were on this island one? How often will the will the dog have an opportunity to eat duck. Exactly. Well now. Now, no one will ever. Why didn't they just get another duck? So the dog can eat that one now have more than one duck. And then they could maybe put a fence around the puddle. Jeez. Thackeray's and work on the board of city. You don't like I don't like sat animals. You know? What? I mean. Like, I don't I have. Yeah. He was of course, he was either aren't they like, they don't they like to be with their little mated pairs? Well, they don't like Saturday animals like I like eating animals, if I know they're happy. That's why huntings Greek because they're happy, and then bam there need they don't know what hit them. You don't always eat hunted food, and you can't guarantee the food. You buy in the grocery tended is was happy shit. I can I can lie to myself about. Yourselves about now, I can't because I've seen a picture of it. You don't still if the duck was so depressed, and literally wasn't going to survive. You gonna play armchair duck around. It wasn't going to be able to carry on duck. Visit didn't try to leave the island though, it stayed in that puddle it got fed BOK Choy. I mean hell couldn't have had that heart of a life. You leave at that point. If that's what that was going on people providing for you like what if it was like, an antisocial, doc what if it's just didn't like other ducks. Then the story wouldn't be at blue in on this nor'easter. Whatever it was that would into the into this storm. It would have been the duck voluntarily flew there because he wanted to be by himself. Probably it was like the hell with you people and then left. And then he gets on this. But he would have to say to hell with you other ducks is what he would have. That's those are people because he ended up going in. But people well, he doesn't know he probably thinks we're weird. Who knows I don't know. But I just I'm like why didn't they just get another duck? And have it has could have a friend. You know? Why are you laughing? Cain was like don't you? Eat duck. You've never had duck. And that you didn't love I think about it. Like, if your duck hunting, they're completely doing their own thing and totally happy and then they're killed. And you know, they're happy up into the point. I'm totally fine with that. I know that he wasn't happy until he was dead. Because he thought oh my gosh. This dog wants to play with me. And then title think thought that at all? The hell is this thing? Eating me up. It just it just bothers me. I don't know. I just I just I don't know. This whole thing is I guess you just got to let nature do its thing. Yeah. Well, I love dogs. But that's the time that that are the dogs. And this is the time of dog made me mad. You know? It was if it was like a bunch of ducks in that puddle. I'd be like go kill a bunch of dog. I don't care is this this one it had a sad sewer lines with your original state because those are they're happy find docks that got friends but being attacked by dog. Yeah. No. But then totally fine with that. The thing is that this duck was sad got attacked. Yes. Okay. I think that's why I think this dog is a jerk. I think I'm starting to clearly see where you're coming. Doc. I read this last night. I was so mad like we're we're talking about this dog story. Bothers me right. Depressing and his little puddle was it was a mud puddle. He lived in a mud puddle for crying out loud. He was like what they call. The. He was like a urging. Doc..

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"charles schultz" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

03:20 min | 2 years ago

"charles schultz" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Who wrote the new Charlie Brown? David duke. Let's see what was he right in the new episodes who wrote this who was a good idea to have the only black character sitting in a busted lawn chair. It collapses on them. Of course. Everybody in social media Twitter. Just went nuts with it. So I did I did really quickly. Look this up. Franklin was added to peanuts after a schoolteacher named Harriet Glickman wrote to two the the shell shells. Yes. In nineteen sixty eight specifically asking a black character is introduced into peanuts. And it was motivated actually by Martin Luther King. So that is a real story. Wow. Wow. This teacher laid a little guilt Charles Schultz, and they put it in a black Kerik. I guess the thanksgiving special donaire until seventy three but the character was introduced to the series before that. Yeah. So this thing that they show was this from seventy three that they show. I think it's the same Christmas when they run it every day produce anything new. Well, obviously if the black characters sitting in a busted lunch here. Charles Schultz was actually sergeant Schultz in Hogan's heroes. Came to the US by way of who knew good God. It took them that long. So anyway, the let's see what they say on Twitter this. Let's talk about Franklin dude gets invited to Charlie Brown's by pepper and Patty who by the way, he is gay. We now know that right? She's a Geico represent now. She's the gay character. He's the black character. Snoopy? What's see Jewish? On it might have been wrong. But maybe it's a good thing. He's on Asian. Well, no, we'll get an Asian character on there. Let's see the guy gets invited him by peppermint Patty finds out. It wasn't a real invite the dog cooking the food. Dog. A dog is cooking. The foods Snoopy was cooking. And he's got to sit by himself at dinner. So that's like the Charles Schultz version of get out. You saw that movie? Jar Charles shoals, shall I? Call them Schultz shelves, it's hard to say the name without putting the tea in there. Wow. Yeah. It's weird. It's weird that they just starting. This has been around for years, but they're just starting to they just noticed it now. That that he was sitting by himself. Eating lunch. Oh, man. That is just not as crazy. All right. Well. That's that's the latest cartoon news for you thought you'd be up to the cartoon while I was up on. And that's why I give you that little bit of information about his included, by the way, when the funniest things I've seen on a while, you know, how they have these mashups or these they'll take like a like a dialogue from a movie scene. And they'll it over like a cartoon cartoon this one here..

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"charles schultz" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"charles schultz" Discussed on No Agenda

"To think about it for jingles i'd like a double helping of mack i guess if you're driving cross country and you're crosscountry and used constantly on the road mmhmm if a lot of miles are up fifty five none of miles did five trips around the sun for jingles i'd like a double helping of mac and cheese we in some good dax karma for all the hammers out there uh why she's a genetics their ham or what's your was throwing all sign i'm looking to see here she doesn't inhabit season an a wii l why are 73 for mrs jamie 73 all your desired also charlie early no here it is november three echoed oscar pop a mobile all right your slaves giving me the mac in japan but magazine macaroni anger sitting the began are melting together magazines mac and she used matt kim's team uh the and he is live mac and cheese by i round you've got armagh no gain next charles schultz's came in as a check and manasan alabama and there is an email it came in transparently and in parallel by just schedule a bank check to be sent to your post office boxes represents ten percent of my first social security quote unquote shack like a good slave i waited 'til my full retirement age declaim my social security benefit so i can continue to work fulltime and collect my entitlement without a reduction in the payment i guess i consider it a phased retirement since will be able to have since i'll be able to back off on the amount of overtime and the side hustles i've been working for years this payment to the show is long overdue since pay pell randomly killed off by five dollar per month payment years ago please deduce me.

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"charles schultz" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"charles schultz" Discussed on No Agenda

"To think about it for jingles i'd like a double helping of mack i guess if you're driving cross country and you're crosscountry and used constantly on the road mmhmm if a lot of miles are up fifty five none of miles did five trips around the sun for jingles i'd like a double helping of mac and cheese we in some good dax karma for all the hammers out there uh why she's a genetics their ham or what's your was throwing all sign i'm looking to see here she doesn't inhabit season an a wii l why are 73 for mrs jamie 73 all your desired also charlie early no here it is november three echoed oscar pop a mobile all right your slaves giving me the mac in japan but magazine macaroni anger sitting the began are melting together magazines mac and she used matt kim's team uh the and he is live mac and cheese by i round you've got armagh no gain next charles schultz's came in as a check and manasan alabama and there is an email it came in transparently and in parallel by just schedule a bank check to be sent to your post office boxes represents ten percent of my first social security quote unquote shack like a good slave i waited 'til my full retirement age declaim my social security benefit so i can continue to work fulltime and collect my entitlement without a reduction in the payment i guess i consider it a phased retirement since will be able to have since i'll be able to back off on the amount of overtime and the side hustles i've been working for years this payment to the show is long overdue since pay pell randomly killed off by five dollar per month payment years ago please deduce me.

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"charles schultz" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"charles schultz" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Priorities it was responsible federal budget deficit senators falls within about it here's my mcguinness's what she said back in the spring its first really difficult to make anybody understand why should they care about the debt the deficit alexander about is limited but and you kind of not like oh yeah it sounds like we shouldn't be borrowing too much but wait a second why not because everything seems to be okay and one very famous economists trial charles schultz wants described the deficit or the debt as the termites in the basement there basically eating away at the foundation of the economy but you can't see it and that's what's happened with our debt are debt is now at near record levels it's the highest it's been since we came out of world war two and then of course it came down dramatically announced rejected to go up dramatically and the reason that you care is not because we're going to have a debt crisis like you seen in other countries who borrow in different currencies but more because it means our economy won't grow as fast as it could otherwise our thank you for helping lease helping us helping you helping our audience said that sound bite of that's what i do that's what you do but why is a relevant now it's relevant because the republican passed and signed by president taxcutter tax reform legislation according to nonpartisan accountants in washington could add as much as one point five trillion dollars over ten years to the deficit and therefore the debt of the united states government the president and his collaborating republicans say no no economic growth will feel much of that projected deficits is one aspect of this conversation be other aspect of it is completely separate from what the tax bill will or won't me it's much more rooted in what our show me and our new no this is our audience response to my mcguinness was off the charts in what we do in that show what we try to do on this podcast and internet show and radio show all the time break down washington breakdown of terminology its mindnumbing acronyms and help people understand things that they hear me or other media personalities say all the.

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"charles schultz" Discussed on Super Station 101

Super Station 101

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"charles schultz" Discussed on Super Station 101

"In the longevity fifty plus years later and it's my favorite one it always will be but it's my kids favorite richard portrait of the story towing it's insincerity of the characters i mean charlie brown himself was a lot like charles schultz she was lonely he was sad but he had a weird quirky kind of courage and an oblivious kind of courage but i think he was the kind of character that we could all relate to and this story in particular uh well i think it it talks to our hearts because we're we're in the middle of commercialisation of christmas present gift it's in the lake but we're forgetting about the real meaning of christmas and i think that scene that that gospel according to luke seen in which lioness steps up and weeds from the bible and reminds us what christmas is really all about there's this guy called cry and he was born and then he died in who was in what did he died four and this was what was so spectacular about this show with more is you know and i vote in the column this almost open me jolly brown's christmas not happen that particular seeing the the advertisers didn't like it and this is nineteen what nineteen sixty six one one one wondering sixty five fifty five lore yep let's play let's let's play let's play the scene lee so if they see lived under a rock you never saw this let's let's listen in there meantime sheesh infant i'm hiding in the field keeping watch over their flock by night low angel of large came upon them the glory of lourdes round roundabout them and they were refrain any inc shed into him funeral the whole lebanese guiding for great joy should be to all people for unto you is born this day in the city of david a savior just christ lord you so find a brac and swatting clothes lying in a manger and secondly those with the angel a multitude of the heavenly host praising god and shane learning god highest on earth peace would go tournament when i get so i literally have chills hearing that oh my gosh i love the little voice that's so cute is wanted squeeze that who was that child actor do we know who.

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"charles schultz" Discussed on KOIL

KOIL

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"charles schultz" Discussed on KOIL

"Resonance in the longevity fifty plus years later and it's my favorite one it always will be but it's my kids favorite richard portrait of the story throwing its insincerity of the characters i mean charlie brown himself was a lot like charles schultz she was lonely he was sad but he had a weird quirky kind of courage and an oblivious kind of courage but i think he was the kind of character that we could all relate to and this story in particular uh well i think it talks to our hearts because we're we're in the middle of commercialisation of christmas present gift to the lake but we're forgetting about the real meaning of christmas and i think that scene that that gospel according to loop seen in which lioness steps up and weeds from the bible and reminds us what christmas is really all about there's this guy called cry and he was born and then he died and who was thinking what did he dies or and this was what was so spectacular about this show but more as you know i love the column uh this is almost open me charlie brown's christmas not happen that particular seeing the the advertisers didn't like it and this is nineteen what nineteen sixty e one one one one two five sixty five laura yep let's play let's let's play let's play the scene lee so if they see lived under a rocky never saw this let's let's listen gam wearing a scene clincy shaping abiding in the field keeping watch over their flop by night low angel of large came upon them the glory of lourdes till roundabout them and they were sure afraid any defendant them fear not the whole new guiding for great joy the should be to all people poured onto you is foreigners stay in the city of david a safer christ floor should find the way from slotting unclos flying in in manger and suddenly there fi angel a multitude of the heavenly host praising god and shane glorying god in.

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"charles schultz" Discussed on WGTK

WGTK

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"charles schultz" Discussed on WGTK

"The trip in join us next year for our aloha talkers crews again thank you for helping us get over our goal and i hope you are going to have a merry merry the merriest of christmases and a happy new year you know one of the christmas traditions as a charlie brown christian the clashing cartoon featuring the the iconic charlie you know peanuts characters by the late charles scholtz i play this segment every christmas time because it's just an important reminder that despite all that we're up against sometimes goodness prevails and the right thing gets accomplish the charlie brown christmas as i first told the story back in 2014 almost didn't get may shoes whoa mm yes world having you here on the mike gallagher show i watched a profile on charles schultze part of the great amount american masters series on pbs she was is a fascinating guy was a fasching character he was uncomfortable in his own skinny was but awkward and lonely and felt alienated he was in fact in short charlie brown but what i loved about this profile was how much resistance charles charles scholtz encountered all the way back in nineteen 65 we talk a lot about this war on christmas it really even though it's more prevalent today perhaps it still existed back in nineteen 65 there are misgivings about a charlie brown christmas as i saw in this pbs special here's one of charles schultz's key guys this is one of his animators talking about how the christmas special the charlie run christmas came into being a remember charles scholtz was known affectionately as sparky by his of friends and family appears he died in two thousand here's o one of the one of his team members talking about the how the charlie brown christmas came into being we got a call from coca cola.

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"charles schultz" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"charles schultz" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"1963 documentary on penis cartoonists charles schultz the featured short animated bits of the popular comic strips characters as pretty called our number two question number two what you see each year is the unedited version justice kids saudi 19th 65 rule is it the unedited version we see every year turkey the unedited version is sell the mayor early versions of these special featured prominent advertisements for cocacola including a scene in which snoopy polls align us from the ice rink and into a cocacola billboard asked the billboard came out when the other sponsors of jacket later the fcc decided such advertising inside kids programming was a no no no other okay third one question number three there was supposed to be a laugh track oh okay there was supposed to be a laugh track true or turkey pure falls i can cbs executives were big fans of the laugh track a standard feature of all funny shows that the 1960s john and they decided not to do plus schultz nixed the idea he wanted people to laugh when they felt like landing yes you charles i loved i guy culture wish more shows would do that nowadays i do either the end it pursued and corona on channel nine is that live we have the tape queued up you could see that crash california highway patrol took it over from orange county pd extremely high speed got from the to forty one eastbound then got a little trapping tried to get a clip the vehicles oh boy of other cars were here now the one person it looked to be the passenger jump down yet read made it a good distance you can see that the came to an air that person foot chase came to it and right there is until you see is actually one of the vehicles that got here the crash on the california highway patrol and i think we also might have some orange county officers euro as well all taking the people nerve high right now the driver believed to be a female come move other people in that vehicle as well as sky nine over the.

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"charles schultz" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"charles schultz" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"In longevity fifty plus years later and it's my favorite one at always will be but it's my kids favorite richard preferred portrait of the story growing it's insincerity of the characters i mean charlie brown himself was a lot like charles schultz he was lonely he was sad but he had a weird quirky kind of courage and an oblivious kinda courage but i think he was the kind of character that we could all relate to and this story in particular uh well i think it talks to our hearts because we're we're in the middle of commercialisation of christmas present gear and the like but we're forgetting about the real meaning of christmas and i think that scene that that gospel according to luke seen in which lioness steps up and weeds from the bible and reminds us what christmas is really all about there's this guy called cry and he was born and then he died and who wants to hear and what did he died or and this was what was so spectacular about this show and lars you know one i love the column of this almost oh made jolly brown's christmas not happen that particular seen the the advertisers didn't like it and this is nineteen what nineteen six e one one wondering defied 55 lore yep let's play let's let's play let's play the scene lay so if they see lived under a rocking ever saw this let's let's listen in there shane shame think abiding revealed keeping watch over their flock by night low angel lord came upon them the glory or to alarmed about them and they were sure fraying anying fullfleded into them feerick avi home will lending accounting for great joy should be to all people for unto you was born this day in the city of david a savior to chrysler lord you can find them abraham from swabian close flying in a manger and secondly there with the angel a multitude of the heavenly host praising god and shane glorying god no highest honours goodwill toward men and we like it so i literally have chills hearing that oh my gosh i love the little voice that's so cute is wanted squeeze that who was that child actor who.

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"charles schultz" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"charles schultz" Discussed on KQED Radio

"And what happened of course was that as people who had evacuated area learn how far the fire had gone she realised her home had been burned and so eventually when she was allowed to go back she toured the site of the house with somebody who is experiencing going through uh burned homes and this is what she found so we looked wear my rings were on my bathroom counter and the uh uh as they were in a small about a five inch long astray or something from paris i think from maximes that survived and the rings were there by actually could put them on while she got for you lee remade yeah um i think this is typical of what happened in the fired small things really meant a lot to two people so uh uh uh parts of the charles schultz legacy might have burned up in that house well very little as it turns out i mean there are few odds and ends a gene schulz says but most everything including his uh studio now i've been moved down to the museum uh which is in town nor side of santa rosa the fire burnt within about a mile of the museum but there is so much smoke and in other problems as museum that had to be closed for a while gene scholtz really any of this until the museum reopened that happened earlier this month and so part of the reopening was a free day were are they in invited photographers know people could pose with peanuts characters and and that kind of thing and it was kind of a community event that she said was aimed at giving people some sense of equilibrium in their new lives people were having fun and some people said this is our first family picture now we lost all our pictures and this is our first sunday so it makes me feel good that the museum can bring happiness and even in a tragic with something as simple as a photograph that's gene schultz talking to kqed's dan recci dan thinks you're welcome you're listening to morning edition on kqed more news is.

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"charles schultz" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:35 min | 4 years ago

"charles schultz" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"The the the i mean he had heard do veron's stunts and one of them was she had to she got hurt by some of the mechanical birds sucks i know it's unbelievable all right we've got there is other news going on in this world and some of it the uh pretty tragic the the fires that have if killed a lot of people and it's also created on speaker bowl damage to the northern part of the state which on a on a on a on a if you on a on the scale if you were to rate the entire state on what is the most beautiful part of california it is northern california and the the word coming in this evening bad charles schultz home was destroyed always i right this widow escape oh no yeah guy did all the peanuts threat above bone i did it's bubis eels gordon explaining olga their yokoun schultz grew up in central london with general anyway so the fire is sixty percent now that's the other fire this is this fire is out of control and in the largest is forty thousand acres it's just three percent contained and the secondlargest is only 10 percent contained and how many people have perished and how many people are missing is in it's it is almost unfathomable how this happened in 2017 with smoke detectors early warning systems alerts on.

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"charles schultz" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:00 min | 4 years ago

"charles schultz" Discussed on KQED Radio

"I had a cat run over there semi cat could go out in this little like chickencoop it was all wired an and i had a hole in my bedroom he could come in his cabinet treaty canal my didn't take them i didn't i didn't think what happened harlem so i didn't i didn't take them kqed sukhi lewis in santa rosa speaking with kayla suame dan miller iq and linda jacobsen talking about the devastation from the tubs fire in cinema county have joined now by gave molina who is in santa rosa now he's online editor for kqed arts in a santa a native he seen many friends lose homes gade how you doing um we're hanging in there bolic unfair well we have been hearing names like fountain grove coffee park these are names to people who aren't familiar with santa rosa that you are three generations santa rosen so what kinds of neighborhoods are these what are these places well first of all the neighborhood that i grew up in mm hmm mark fields mark with hunger over there i'm where i was rave went to school i note i'm really well um you know it this is a tragedy the across all clap line mountain grove is a very wealthy both a lot of big business owner developer supervisor mover and shaker the live up their that have blocked at home jeff down the hill journey event mobile home park home to a lot of low income an elderly people uh completely gone copy park of course uh federal middleclass working class neighbourhood completely gone everyone is affected by the end so the landmark's we've been hearing about whether it's charles schultz or just there they're all kinds of places that are familiar to people from outside the area what are some of those lost in what do they mean to santa rosa dhs right vote while the so community on the go k on the.

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"charles schultz" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

01:33 min | 4 years ago

"charles schultz" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"Well the next thing you know two hours into it you're just driving a car but you just gotta get in get in that way sin easier your way to go dumb we happy with your time because i know you are just not knowing how that was going to end up uh yeah i was and i'll get into more details later on i ended up it was funny is i got out of the i got out of the car and i gotta carnage drenched with sweat like just just covered sweat and cover i felt like i ran up the stairs of the empire state building and then i got out all leno skies were there like you're ready to get in the car you're ready to get on the track us know uh and then it was funny because they're like ats hot out here like that's not it's not that it's a com this is flop sweat that's pouring pouring out of a so um we did our bit with leno uh the leno stuff i don't want to step on too much you'll see it when you see it it it was fun uh but god flying home with leno was awesome it was so awesome more often than normal it was it was because this there is there's there's an airport that is a private airport that's near cinema primat than charles salts that's pretty small report yeah that i would consider charles schultz like what burbank is to la axe but this is a private airport and we literally just.

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