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"david crockett" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

Talk Is Jericho

05:18 min | 7 months ago

"david crockett" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

"Like, here's your Bill and here's two tickets to the top. At that point in time. So how would you do that to producing television? It was horrible. Yeah, I mean, it was horrible, and Jim Jim hurt told me one time or asked me, he said, why is it that I look at the WWF in those days? Show their video. And they've got this big full look and I look at ours and we got this big black stripe across the top of the frame. And I said, well, Jim, that black stripe is where there are no people sitting. Wow. So, well, no, I mean, it was just dark. Oh, I see. So because when you don't have something to light, you try to, when you go into an arena like that, you have two choices, you either light up the whole arena so you can see where it or you make your viewer and not be aware of the dimensions of the building or where the crowd ends by making it black because if you don't, all of a sudden you're going to have 5 rows of people and a whole bleacher sections of empty seats, you know. Yeah. So I remember one time we went to the Georgia mountain center in Gainesville. And it'd be very discouraging because it's not an easy thing to set up. To do a TV show. There's a lot easier back then nowadays, but even then, I mean, it's a full day thing. People are running cable. And all of a sudden, you don't have any people there. I mean, we had so few people in a Georgia mountain center taping that we canceled the taping. I think there were like 20 people in the audience. If we were supposed to do, like, I don't remember what shows. And I don't remember how we worked around it. But we completely had to pull the plugs so bad. You couldn't do it. It was all empty seats. And arena. It's one thing if you're in a little studio and you're doing a studio show and it's okay. You know, you can look past the fact that there's no one there because it's a studio, but you're in a, you know, even a 100,000 seat building. It's going to be very obvious. There's only 20 people there. And you know one of the worst things that you I mean, if you're sitting there changing the channel and you come to something where there's nobody watching, it's like, you know, it's like discouraging. Well, you just the viewer's going to change the channel. Yeah, they're not going to watch it because obviously it's very uninteresting because no one's there to watch it. You know. So it was a pretty good while before we started getting in a lot of that was when Eric came in, got things going with the whole, you know, the whole how was it for Eric for you? When Eric came in, how did that affect you? Was he heads on what you were doing? When he first came in, he came in as an announcer. Right. And I thought he was a great announcer and still to this day. I mean, he did, in fact, he and I both and Tony schiavone and I think David Crockett and just a lot of us interviewed for that job. And for to be the head of the and I told Bill that I said, Bill, I know what it takes to do this job. And I said, I don't think anybody that knows what it takes to do this job would want it. Because I sure don't. Because it's going to take somebody, I didn't say this part, but it's going to take somebody that is willing to dedicate 24/7 to doing it. And I just, at that point in time, I had three kids, you know? I didn't want to work around the clock. And so he asked me what I thought about the different people and, you know, I could tell that he was Eric and I agreed with him that Eric was the guy. Not necessarily the guy but I thought Eric could do the job because he's, you know, and I think there were several people that could have filled that Bill, although I knew it would be difficult for anybody. And it could be that Eric was the only guy that, you know, and it doesn't matter because he's the guy that did it and did a damn good job of it, you know. So how did that work for you when the company starts getting big? Because now I remember for one I started there in 96 and there was a point in time where we did gosh 6 or 7 stadium shows in a row every Monday it seemed. You know, it was very hot at the time, the cool factor was there, how did that affect your job? I just was on the road. I did a lot of traveling, you know? We would do in those days we were doing a pay per view a month. So every month, at least one week a month, you would have a live show on Sunday Night, you would have a live show on Monday night. For a while, we were having Tuesday off and then live on Wednesday with thunder and then when thunder moved to Thursday we would have two days off and it would be you were just on the road all the time. You know, I mean it was at least one week you had four shows and it was very hard, you know?.

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"david crockett" Discussed on The Jim Ross Report

The Jim Ross Report

05:56 min | 7 months ago

"david crockett" Discussed on The Jim Ross Report

"For impaired drivers on our roads to save lives. So if you think you're okay to drive after a few drinks, think again. Play it safe and plan ahead to get a rod. It only takes one mistake to change your life, or someone else's, forever. Drive sober or get pulled over. We should also add some context that we've got a clash of the champions in between, and this is very much the era where we're doing syndicated TV tapings, weeks, and sometimes months in advance, obviously that's not the case anymore. I mean, these days, if a show was taped, it's usually taped a few days ahead of time. Not a few weeks ahead of time. But Meltzer would write, they've reassigned the event coordinators once again. Chip Burnham will be doing the old mid south territory plus Georgia and Florida. They started out by the way, Conor, excuse me. Chip Burnham started out as an accountant. Signed to WCW. And he kind of got his toe in the water. I think, basically, at the Omni. He was local. So he was. Ambitious, as I'm trying to say. So, but he worked there many years, and I heard not too many years ago. He passed away very young of cancer. So, you know, that has a whole new meaning for me now. Quite frankly. So, but Schiff was a good guy. And he kind of got caught up in the been one of the boys. I was part of the boys go in the shows are over. Did the hotel bar. Yeah? And the promoter goes and buys drinks. So there you go. He fit right in. And it was a fun guy to be around. So bouncing would say chips can handle the old mid south territory plus Georgia and Florida. David Crockett's going to be doing the Carolinas and Dave would say, I've got no idea who's doing the West Coast, and Gary jester will be doing the northeast and Midwest. I guess we should add some context to that. Event coordinators. These are going to be the guys who are helping book buildings, dealing with the buildings, coordinating. Advertising. Yes. By the ads on radio stations, newspaper are lining up media appearances when they were able to do so. That's what they did. And then they were the liaison between the company and the arenas, and the local marketplace in general. We know David Crockett's going to be a part of WCW until they closed their doors and would just recently saw him in Greensboro on the other show. That was a cool little moment for mister Crockett, huh? Yeah, I like that. I thought that was a real nice touch to David presenting Cody the TNT title. I didn't even think of that. He was there. It makes all the sense in the world. It was ceremonial. So I thought it was pretty cool. I'm glad Tony Khan did that. Nice move. You gave us some background and concept, our context on chip Burnham. But let's talk about Gary jester. Gary jester was involved in the business. I guess up until a few weeks ago when Ring of Honor went down, it's a name that we hear a lot, but a lot of folks may be curious, what exactly did Gary do for WCW and Ring of Honor? What was your experience working with Gary like? A lot of work with Gary, he's still a dear friend, has been for gosh Conrad. Since the 80s, he was a market ref. He was an event coordinator. He market with promoter. There's a synonyms that will work in that in this space. But he started out he started out working in the AWA. And he was gone, you guy. And I grew up in Minneapolis at Derry. There is a lawyer by trade. I never hurt. So I got to be very close to Gary. He's always a good confidant. He's smart. And somebody else scooping up. If they're smart, they're doing Indy shows or things like that. He's really, really good. And I know he'll land on the seat. And there's thrifty as my dear friend, the just. My God. Thrifty, as he is Conrad. He won't need a GoFundMe. It would be cool. Let's talk about Mike Graham. He's covered in the observer here. He has been removed as a road agent. He's going to be getting back into the ring. In fact, we're going to see him on this show. And boy, the grahams have such a rich history in wrestling. Of course, you've probably seen my Graham on some WWE DVD over the years, saying that Jeff Jarrett wrote a thousand guitars and never drew a DOM. He was your partner. Yeah, you had to throw that in there, didn't you? Well, I just think it's where you are. Probably the most famous quote about Jeff gere, and that was ever on a WWE DVD. Just the way he moved his head when he said it is comical. But you spent a little bit of time with him on those old legends of wrestling round tables and of course working with him over the years. What can you tell us about Mike and his value to the business for so long? Well, you value you guys that have experience and knowledge from that specific era you know Mike was the son of arguably that the most intelligent Booker ever Eddie Graham said that he kind of the guy..

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"david crockett" Discussed on The Jim Ross Report

The Jim Ross Report

02:47 min | 11 months ago

"david crockett" Discussed on The Jim Ross Report

"They're not going to be around so As they say daddy can act fool. Oh i like that. I'm looking forward to you. Act in a full so but as good about being home and sang same role. Go to the football this weekend excited. Oklahoma plays nebraska on saturday. And i'm excited about that. Fiftieth anniversary of the game of the century. Much so and i don't care good breakfast or good or bad whatever That game being dad. Yep in the block things in life that you know people say why i get that all tunnel social media conrad Assists else that on watching you with much sun y- in houston not even face cure lotion marks and now because i know that on the latter stages of my career i held us the dick genius that out but not today ready to go today so anyway we got some good stuff talk about. I ready georgia hospitality and your team. What a great team. You have lead ad for you. Shows dot com folks. that was a hell of chicago. One was sunday's a longtime well. I appreciate saying that you know what we're talking about top guy weekend Jim i can go ahead and tell you we've already started to make plans for next year's top guy event We're going to try to make it a full weekend again and have a great time and make it the best wrestling winky. And you've ever had. We heard that routinely this past week in chicago We had a loaded show Both on friday on saturday friday. Jeff jarrett read some mean tweets. And then eric fired back to some main comments people that said about him on shoot interviews and then my key oda got to do a fun. Qna where man he just let it rip about all the dirt but then we we finished the nine off on friday night with something. A little different rebel from awa. You hosted the karaoke party. I'll be damned. If like three quarters of the w roster including tony khandan swing through so it was a late night affair great time and then the next day boy. It was just one surprise after another. We started with the kurt angle. Show but then tony shivani had a surprise guest. Mr david crockett which was cool to see him. And then you took the stage and our big surprise was jerry king lawler. Which i didn't think was even possible but somehow we made it happen and it was good to see the king again. Jim yet was You know i heard him getting fallout. Yes context Jerry about that wasn't a ww advanced. Now.

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"david crockett" Discussed on ARN

ARN

02:29 min | 1 year ago

"david crockett" Discussed on ARN

"Chaotic get shot in the In the locker room while. You've also got david crockett just wandering around without a microphone. Just trying to figure out what's going on police in the background. Everyone forming a circle around a fallen wrestler. And then what about one people coming over almost like they be. Crockett was a news anchor. Here's what happened It was amazing. When you really think about how real that felt and it's it's probably Almost a textbook example of how a story line outside of the ring. Maybe should be done because that was really good stuff that holds up even all this time later. Chaos sounds good feels good. It really does and david. Crockett does could chaos. You know that felt like somebody. That didn't know what to do but was trying to do something and do the right thing. At least get a bead on what had happened and it felt that way. It wasn't polished it was it felt like david was was raw fulton. Yeah i mean it's it's just the way you extended an angle on out and got some more mileage out of it it's It's interesting to take a look at. You know the pairing of sam houston in this group too. Because you know you don't necessarily want to have dusty in that spot or magnum in that spot. Not a sympathetic. But the young guy was a little smaller than the guys. Lo younger than the other guys. A little green and the other guys and the audience knows that he feels like someone that the bigger more established stars should should try to take care of and that's what they express that. Hey we're taking under our wing and blah blah blah. And he's a man now and the i And then you damn anderson says leave him land he's the one that should have got wacked and he's the one we went after he was the weak sister. It's great stuff By the way on that That same show there would be That's how we ended the show. That's how it went off the air But we would I guess it's a different syndicated show but it's the same weekend we see you and only in action and then we hear a rock and roll express promo. I wanna go ahead and And get us that promo becca well. Easy for me to do the The situation is is picking up steam where you can tell that the rock and roll going to be the next The next person in the crosshairs from only anderson. Let's take a listen to bob.

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"david crockett" Discussed on Scam Goddess

Scam Goddess

06:12 min | 1 year ago

"david crockett" Discussed on Scam Goddess

"And there are consequences and that's the thing like there should be some looking us now however many months after january six. What's really happened since nothing. It's just been slept in the fucking rug that hundreds of people storm the fucking capital and like did all kinds of crate like and we're just sweeping. That should have been wrong. All the fucked up shade trump did in office did in his time in business. All the he'll never go to jail. He'll never be punished because he was the. Us president and that sets a bad precedent to the world. If we admit that we actually criminal a criminal criminal like joppa doing all types of crime like chump doing crimes as he came out the fucking wounds you would add about somebody's. Crime portfolio really being diversified trump's sparring. Folio thinks he ads and everything. She's a crime to be done and will be of all me. He framed people for murder. You salted people. Money evaded taxes. He had faked charity of fake colin. How to tell you. This man has the most diverse crime portfolio. I've ever seen. He got that dp. Cadavers crime portfolio raw rounded when it comes to crime nobody's beating donald j. You know. I wish i could talk about it more. If he wasn't so damn evil. I would do more episodes on him because he's got so much crime in his pocket. He is an excellent scammer. And a warragul man. Yes like. there's no consequences for this shape because we don't allow for consequences -actly exactly and i just think we should be like a little consequence. I look. I'm not saying we need to kill politician. That's terrible the fbi fbi's like hello my door right now. Agent is going off right now. He literally is texas group challenge. Oh we got this bitch now. Finally raggedy home we wait. I slip up. I'm just saying like. I don't know maybe they can get a woman or something you know. Did you see a few pebbles adam. Azzam's they fuck up like you know in your home stay. I'm sure you're probably following how the democrats left the state so they won't have to vote on the restricted voting. Did you hear that. No this is the second time i've done that. But so this time. So there were supposed to have a vote. On like the restrictive voting laws that republicans and texts are trying to enact in order to disenfranchise poc poor people etc mainly democratic leaning voters. And so the democrats in the texas a legislature. Whatever they basically like hopped on a plane at the eleventh-hour and flutes fucking dc in order to not be present for the vote. Because you have to have a certain amount of people in order to even hold the boat the vote and so basically they. They kidnapped themselves. And like and got outta dodge so at the end they went to the they went to in order to like demand that the voting rights bills that are out there are actually passed. Because you know they're being affected out there and so anyway the point under the reason i brought that up is because in texas. There is a law on the books that you can arrest politicians for not showing up. And so they're basically trying to enact that like arresting these motherfuckers. You got some wild blue laws that are still on the books that texas wiles is fun. Dog learned about it. I'm like wow a very wild place you know. We used to be our own country and and we still bright flag which is very bizarre very bizarre that we prayed to fabric in general That we it's fabric that a nice little little white lady soda or back in the day and now we all gotta pray to it every day and we did. I remember coming up at school. We did the pledge allegiance every single day and then we did honor the texas flag. I pledge allegiance to the texas one and indivisible. Oh my god that's crazy. Gang gang and member the law and order sound comes in going. Wow that's wile. Texas like texas teaches a lot like texas history. You know you teach the history of your state absolutely texas after like went on a little too long. We all went to the movies to watch that movie. Alamo when it came out. Dan wit. To the alamo And really disappoint says. I grew my hearing about the alamo hag gotta remember it you know and you know what happened and david crockett and the rest of the girls and even though we lost that fight. That's the that's the weird thing about. The alamo is remembered alabama lose their. She was probably forgetting southerners. And losing battles and never forgetting. I gotta forget slavery. Though don't forget that we need to forgive slavery mccain for gay the confederates leg how we pose. Forgive slavery won't put that flag out. Okay leslie like the flag goes hidden in hand with the slave for read. We all know that right. Anybody okay like why can't black people just get over it. And then they're like waving a confederate flag bearing like like og confederate uniforms like. What are you what's happening here. And a statue of mr. Mr murderer their their favor. Idaho damn statues. Those god the fact that i just like the fact that people are so up in arms about these fucking statues coming down who gives a. We're on a tangent tangent but we just wanted to bring some live. I'll be russell needs that very dark scammer of the week but we do appreciate change the rest coming out in our scamming scam in two ways. 'cause we got to we add to. Yes the guys that brings us to the end of another episode scam. Got his pied. If you want to snitch on your friends and family just make sure your scam is retired. Scam got his potted gino dot com if you wanna find me d. a. l. e. c. on all platforms all episodes of a blacklist schedule which is now emmy.

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"david crockett" Discussed on KSR

KSR

07:25 min | 1 year ago

"david crockett" Discussed on KSR

"What's up aaron. Hey i'm a big fan. But the only reason i'm up this early in the morning is I was drinking. Mo- most is with the boys and I wanna know your thoughts. Since i know you're all are manly men What's your thoughts on. The most is were i personally. I'm more screwdriver guy. Because i find that most champagne after a couple glasses champagne. I always like get that gut rotten and my head hurts. Yeah i like first of all erin. It's eleven forty in the morning. But i do like how like he was like the only reason i'm up this early. Yeah it so. I could have a mosa. Those were most. Moses are great. I love the most is with boys little tip if maybe a little insecurity. It's come a man mosa and it makes it seem cooler. It gets your point about the screwdriver. Why both wanna you know the champagne. Vodka floater. Why would i usually do all have them. Most i'll i'll then transitioned to a screwdriver in ride that out. That's usually my go. This might be a hot sake. But i think the best champagne that you can have for mimosa. Andre four ninety nine the cheapest champagne that you can get some garage. It is the perfect coutry mall for a good most. Yeah where we say. Billy or bromo. She's beer and sunny d. o. Post bros was right there. I think you're comfortable though like if you if you get up with the boys and you don't need us to tell you how to leave your light. Now that have a point set. The one with cranberry juice may get wild with nothing wrong with having a drink before noon. Yeah i just felt like a twenty seven year old white girl with her friends. Just chilling in the morning. You know yeah thursday. Twenty seven hundred zero point. Yeah it is thursday all right thanks for the call. Next call shannon. Let's go to joanne jo in. I don't know how you all are don't know where you come from that. I hope i never hear from you again. That's ever been on ks are. All you have done is put kentucky down. Come from joanne. So i was born in kentucky closer to hold on. Are you putting us samsung. Joe make peanut butter. No anything came down. That's the worst thing in the morning. You could do a great coach alright. Joanne potato not hear me. Say that i love keeneland care. What you who you love and kentucky you have put the university of kentucky down you have put the basketball program down and everything else kentucky you know. Go back where you come from is a great basketball school until two thousand. Fifteen hundred. eighty just dropped the mic. I liked that joanne's got spice to her. That was good. She came off about hot to say some nice things about kentucky. Pilly the queen vacations in kentucky. She likes to watch. The queen of england likes to watch the horse races. Wow okay it's considered the horse capital of the world this brooklyn the state is home to mammoth cave one of the longest cave system. I've world. I'd have been to mammoth gave. It's very enjoyable. Also has the largest gold reserve in the world at fort knox about fort. Knox abraham lincoln was born in kentucky. Yeah i was gonna say wasn't isn't there like a fight between illinois missouri kentucky. Where was he born. Daniel boone helps died his family. Chew illinois after being born in kentucky got daniel boone. Guided abraham lincoln family to kentucky. Yes debut wound the raccoon. David crockett yeah a home say mohammed ali. It has the highest population of elkin eastern really glossed over muhammad ali to get to the deer. Fact right yeah yeah. He's great on. Yeah all right. Next call sheehan. Can we go to another call. Crab catholic. we should just shut the show down right there. I don't think we're coming back from that one to call. I like a shot at redemption with your. I feel like she gets. She likes us if she got to know. Maybe call back. We'll find we'll halfway all right. Let's go to brad brad. Brad who grad. Hey guys ratting take sane. Hope hope here. Holiday was good to laso quick question to ask first. Pf team what kinda shamed do us when you bays and if use conditioner what can this. Because i don't care about the crowd. But i'd to know how estate owners doing former garba and last link hang now the question but a comment in that video and dave duct tape you to the while. I was worried about your circulation out around the neck. Okay having a good day guys only all right. I know that's a fake voice. What it was well done and the questions were very ridiculous. I hope you had a good forth too. It was. It was a nice goal as the product. I use whatever they have at the store. Yeah good call. Brad has been. I haven't talked to a very long time. But i'm sure he's doing great. Great stylist great stylist. All right. let's see last break. We ever last break when we come back. We'll finish up with some more calls. Joanne callback in please joanne. Let's have some redemption. Give me another chance to. I make you so happy. Yeah we're finishing up sports radio. Pardon my take. We'll be back right after this more ks are blue lights across the bluegrass county by county. Virtual tour presented by the kentucky office of highway safety after this to talk to matt jones. And the crew called the clark's pumping shop phone line at five. Oh five one. Ten eighty or one eight seven seven nine. Oh four eighty now back to kentucky sports radio on talk radio tanny use my takeover sports radio within a few minutes left. We love this day every year. We love talking to people kentucky. We're gonna finish with some phone calls. If i sense. Shannon that they're fake or or we want to skip. I'll just say skip to the next one. That fair enough. That works for me nightly. Let's go to ed. What's up guys. Ed jenkins Appreciate the sat out my brother. Billy jenkins spitting kings. This is his twin brother. Call in how much dip does. Your twin brother did all of the dip nice rod. Call andy andy. Hey boys how are you good good..

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"david crockett" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

02:51 min | 1 year ago

"david crockett" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"That kept it all from falling apart in San Antonio. His buoy became definitely ill. He ended up bedridden. So Santa Anna was leading his 2000 troops on the Alamo, which Travis felt would offer his few 100 fighters some shelter during the battle. The siege line was never air tight. Travis managed to get numerous letters out during the night calling for help in the fight. And a dozen or so fighters snuck in. Also at night to help out the reality is a probably could have left in the 13 days. The Alamo was under siege. But you know who did get the letters asking for help? Sam Houston. Yeah, he wanted nothing to do with it. You see. By then Houston had been named commander of the Texas Army based on his previous military experience. Serving under Andrew Jackson. He just didn't want anything to do with fighting at the Alamo. It was too far from American communities. It was indefensible against the Mexican army, and he didn't want his group wiped out with those defending an indefensible position. In fact, Sam Houston sent a letter to Travis to abandon the Alamo. And join his regular army. Travis got the letter and he ignored the order. The final day of that siege was a disaster. The Mexican army used ladders to scale the walls. The Americans could not shoot fast enough to stop them. It was just a bloody mess inside. So bad. Both groups were firing across each other fights came down to knives and bayonets. The word was Santa Ana said. No one survives. According to Mexican history, as written by day, La Pena, a small group of Americans were in fact captured at the end of the battle. One of them was David Crockett. He was a man who had fought Indians and the British elected to Congress. President Andrew Jackson's foes loved him as the right man from Tennessee Crockett. Take the attention up. When the next election came around, Jackson and his allies decided to put an end to Crockett's political career. So he campaigned on the slogan. Told the people of my district.

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"david crockett" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

05:50 min | 1 year ago

"david crockett" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"Simply say, Alexa play one. Oh, 25 the bone Now back to Roger and JP on one. Oh, 2.5 the bone. It's about real raw radio. Roger J. P. Show 807 71125727579125 Dead guy in the envelope is the game you're trying to solve the dead celebrity is his name is in the envelope. I'll give you the clues once again and then you guys ask us no questions solve the first thing. You win the prize from the bone price stash. Uh, I've got a white American guy that you might have learned about as a kid in school. And even if you didn't you might have seen either a movie or TV show about him. Or he was, you know, maybe a character within those movies or a TV show. Whatever there's a couple different ways you can learn about him. He was not alive in our lifetimes. 807 71125727579125. And J P had asked Yes, he was a historical figure still is alright, who was starting with Monica. Let's go, Brendan. Alright, Brendan. Your first Yes or no question what He was not an inventor. No. Mm. How about Todd? All right, Todd. Todd all you, Todd. Next. Matthew. Matthew. Roger, jp, What's going on Dead guy in the envelope. You got a question? Yes. That big dizzy claims fame involved firing a gun. I would say part of it. Oh, an assassination. No fire. A gun would be part of Probably what was, uh, part of his claim to fame? Not not major apartment was part of it, but not an assassination. No Sorry. Pork chop. Pork chop. What's going on? Rude. Ouch! I feel like she really wanted to do that. Was he You think you wanna just hang up on you, or you mean? Yeah. No, I think he really like he was line five. And we're you know, we're going through them. You know, if he had something else, why did he wait till right then? I feel like I feel like you slammed it. Was he this guy? This historical figure? Was he a big enough figure? To have a movie. Just about him? Yes. I would say so. Him or a movie or TV show definitely could be about him. He was. I'll tell you this historical figure involved in a historical event, and historically, it's a historical event and they do it all The time. No, they do it. It's wrong and because they do it so much people just think it but it's wrong. Um, I know these things. She's the tutor. I'll bow to the tutor. It goes by the sound not the letter. Uh, was he infamous? Uh, no. He's famous. Good guy. Definitely a good guy. Let's go with Rob. All right, Rob Hey, was the American president? He was not an American president. No certain. Brace yourself for Mike. Yeah. All right, my God. Hey, Raj, JP! Brett! Melissa, Come on. What's up? Yeah, I got to two possible. 22 You don't get you Don't get to a dead guy. That's a top 10 rule. Yeah, that's a good point. This micro as a body. Oh, my God. No. Ask a question like Yeah, This is the lucky woman tomorrow for Temple Days And secondly Fired a cannon, Please. No. Oh! Oh, you got a cannon? I don't think you're going to get one race yourself. Secondly was was he men's, uh, he was not murdered. He did, however die. Uh, He died during that historical event in a historical event. The same one. We we would It's one historical event is one big, historic event. He died in his life had other historical things in it, but that would be. I think that's a big Was he the He figure and that historical event He was one of several Sure, but he's a big enough big enough name big into it, but he's a big enough figure to have either some sort of documentary just about him. Oh, yeah. Yeah, You can do that books about him TV movies. Whatever it is, Yeah, sure. Who's next, Huh? Drew All right. Drew Roger J. P. That guy what you got? I'd like to know. Was he part of any wars? Yes. Was he part of any Indian American wars? Um, that's not the one that he's famous for. I don't think he fought in the but where are you going with that? Good? I was gonna go with Custer. No, no, It was not right, right? No, that was not. Uh And in fact, this guy was very pro Native American Indians. Projects. Rogers next? Yeah, go ahead. Well, now you're saying he's pro native Americans. So was he in the civil War? No, the battle he's famous for not too much war. But there's a battle that he's very, very famous for, and it's a big battle. You all know where it took place. And you've heard of all of it. It's not like it's some hidden thing. Who else we got? We got Ashley. Hi guys. Did he wear a coonskin cap? He did. Is it? David Crockett. Davy Crockett's a dead guy in the envelope. Very good..

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How Sephora Is Tackling Racial Bias in Retail

Fat Mascara

02:28 min | 1 year ago

How Sephora Is Tackling Racial Bias in Retail

"Sephora. Just released a study on racial bias in retail. This was really cool because they partnered with four academics who very well known in this world doctor. Cassie pittman cleaner. Dr david crockett. Witnessing fowler and dr patricia raspberry and so sephora like new they had to bring in the big guns to help them study this back in nineteen. They have also in the spotlight for anyone who didn't know they've been in the news two four about some some stuff that was why the study was initiated. Because they knew they had issues in this with both the retail associates and their customers Profiled so so. I went to a presentation that gave showing us the highlights of the research at just a couple of things. I wanna point out. But i'm going to link to. They gave us this little booklet with more of the highlights at a leg to on the blog. So you can look into this. Because i think a lot of other retailers or if you work in beauty or even if you're shopper which she while are of beauty there's things that you can take away from this. That are interesting and so far is gonna Going to work on some stuff. But here's the highlight so three and four retail. Shoppers feels to seventy four percent of people. Feel that the marketing failed to showcase a diverse range of skin tones body types hair textures. So even though we've just been talking about there's been movement in the last couple years clearly. Not everybody feels that they are being spoken to in the beauty world and in fact black. Shoppers are three times more likely to feel like this than white shoppers. They also looked at all. Shoppers of colors not just black and white But in addition to locate shoppers they looked at the associates the retailers and what was going on there and a lot of the retailers talked about a lack of training to help people diverse background. So when someone walks in the store and have a hair type different than yours if you're the retail associate. You're like nobody gave me training on how to do this. The other thing. They didn't seem to get training on was implicit bias. Only forty percent of retail employees surveyed reported having unconscious bias training. Now that might sound familiar to you because remember back in two episode to forty three. We had dr susan taylor on. She's a dermatologist. And she was talking about how everybody at u. penn which is where she works was getting this implicit bias. Training for doctors. Obviously retail associates needs the same type of thing. You look at a shopper. You think things regardless of your race it informs the way you interact with that shopper and retail associates want this training so sephora actually has made a pledge that by the end of the year one hundred percent of all new employees will had implicit bias training which i think is using is really

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"david crockett" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"david crockett" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"That's what this guy did in storyline in storyline it's incompetent at for fans watching at home they think that the company screwed them. Now. I would like to very quickly put over all four guys in that match I mean as I talked about on on a show a couple of days ago. They showed up on Tuesday. thinking. They're just coming to tape a couple of days television and also they're told tomorrow. Next week. Not at the next takeover tomorrow, you guys are going to wrestle nonstop for an hour in front of nothing but the performance center students. Up at they were thrilled but they did it they went out there and they worked their asses off and if you look at Johnny goes twitter yesterday I think every single one of them new man we're GonNa work our ass off for a match that people are GonNa be really mad about afterwards. That's what that's what these four poor guys went into the ring knowing the fans are going to be really mad even though we busted our asses for an. Hour. So I do want to put them over every single one of them was great. Every single one of them look good in the match the the word technically was fantastic for an hour but unfortunately as usual, all of their hard work has been overshadowed by fans upset about the finish and the fans have every right to be upset about devoting an hour of their time to an iron man where they're promised a new champion and then they don't get it. They're ego. Thousand Nine, hundred, eighty, six, feeling there the Crockett. Promotions are bill lots. You start the match the match everybody wants to see forty five minutes past the hour and then David Crockett can't believe a tony were out of time and there was a a little bit of feeling like that although because of the era where in and because of how fans are conditioned. Yes as soon as I started hearing that people were.

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"david crockett" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:29 min | 2 years ago

"david crockett" Discussed on KOMO

"Says the guidance is similar so the goal is to hold the line on deaths and hospitalizations and perform well on case investigation three to four weeks down the line and we're still in the same place it would be favorable in the end it's sending the secretary responds to make that call will certainly make the best case for that when that moment construct your spinner says testing capacity is far greater than demand but that they'd like to double the number of tests they do per case to control outbreaks Ryan Harris komo news the bipartisan Senate special committee on economic recovery held its first session today meeting online the state legislators began to outline some of the hard choices that will need to be made to deal with a huge budget shortfall democratic state senator David Crockett is the committee chair and Republican senator Randy Becker the vice chair you know I don't think we can necessarily only colorway of the crisis in or tax our way out either we have to find a balance we have to figure out in this new environment how to get people back to work and getting back to work safely the committee's findings will be used in the likely upcoming special session of the state legislature our state's getting millions of dollars to help fix traffic congestion through the cloud of the U. S. department of transportation awarded three point four million dollars to a multi agency project a cloud based virtual coordination center that would be used by our state and the Seattle DOT the state police rather state patrol as well as local police fire metro and sound transit the system is going to provide a shared dashboard so all agencies can see traffic incidents when they happen coordinate their responses and keep the public up to date in real time the YouTube Medical Center moving ahead with the closing of the voluntary psychiatric unit at its monthly campus couples Eric Heinz reports the closure means twenty three people will lose their jobs beginning on July fifteenth the hospital try to reassign those affected within the U. dub medical system services at the Montlake facility will be consolidated with the hospital's northwest campus administrators say the V. P. U. loses an average of almost a million and a half dollars per year the intention to consolidate the programmes was initially announced in twenty eighteen Eric heights komo news so even out there are some in person summer camps this year but virtual camps are becoming more common as we hear from colistin is weaker Helen weighing who created a website to help parents find programs for their kids for after school and for summer camp has now also helped teach providers how to take their camps virtually everyone needs.

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"david crockett" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"david crockett" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Us know for a fact happen W. CBM sixty eight hits six thirteen dropping your weather on the threes which is a big day today for uncle Chuckie on the truck he's getting his ears lowered all right early this first hair cut the walls for three months and while I look like David Crockett gender gap that's a twenty four is moving the funny part is I have a beard trimmer and when I trim my beard I can actually trim the side of my ear a little bit you know so it looks good on camera but then the back is another story yeah I I I was the same problem exactly as you are trying to convince you know the version is accurate once a week convinced my wife I just called up which is kind of cut the batches in another country so I know what I look like walking away but you know there are thousands of people right now on the road that really don't care about us right truck because well there's a program director talking home up there yes we the one my the one minor accident Rossville Boulevard citation wrote that's it from boulder county so far fabric early this morning right outside of Salisbury on route fifteen at one point all the westbound lanes were blocked right now it's the right lane and the right shoulder so an improvement there traffic eastbound through that area looks good looking at the beltway and Wilkens Avenue and down to the parkway no problems early right to the capital beltway clear ninety five on the parkway and south from maple lawn on route twenty nine my check would occur with traffic and weather on the threes on talk radio six eighty WCBS clauses on today at a high around sixty two degrees right now Pikesville has thirty.

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"david crockett" Discussed on Movin 92.5

Movin 92.5

02:50 min | 2 years ago

"david crockett" Discussed on Movin 92.5

"Of a bad back in the nineteen sixties once you anymore Jerry but I'm giving you a virtual hug right now okay OK wino broke you'll date we're gonna send her out of the room and while we're doing that you know the games played Jerry you have thirty seconds to answer as many questions as possible if you don't know and just say pass and you have to be broke out right to win are you ready right now okay your time starts now Mariah Carey will be having a milestone birthday today how old is she forty five what is the common name for a butterfly larva which one of these is a real person Paul Bunyan Davy Crockett or Robin Hood David Crockett according to hallmark the average American received how many birthday greeting cards each year five what color are the stars on the American flag white all right got those answers then let's bring broke back in the studio and Jerry it says on the call screener here that you are a retired postal worker changing our okay grab some return by Lingle retired postal worker how many years were you delivering mail twenty wow years tells what's the craziest postal workers story that you have in those twenty years of service I don't writers to take this job and shove it no I like I just looked into something great to management every day they still haven't done it is a problem you have the anger of a true postal worker and I believe you Jerry did he shut it all down any paycheck helped him out I didn't make sense to me I like your reference Barton hearing the song broke I will look it up after were done with what we are saying here you know all right really yeah in some some questions here yes Johnny the Bosnians available your time yeah I starts now right here will be having a milestone birthday today how old was she fifty what's the common name for a butterfly larva who passed which one of these is a real person Paul Bunyan Davy Crockett or Robin Hood Davy Crockett according to hallmark the average American received how many birthday greeting cards each year three what color are the stars on the American flag quite in Star Wars what's the name of C. three PO's side kick.

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"david crockett" Discussed on Movin 92.5

Movin 92.5

02:56 min | 2 years ago

"david crockett" Discussed on Movin 92.5

"Of a bad back in the nineteen sixties you anymore Jerry but I'm giving you a virtual hug right now okay OK wino broke date we're gonna send her out of the room initially true while we're doing that you know the games played Jerry you have thirty seconds to answer as many questions as possible if you don't know and just say pass and you have to be broke out right to win are you ready right now okay your time starts now Mariah Carey will be having a milestone birthday today how old is she forty five what is the common name for a butterfly larva which one of these is a real person Paul Bunyan Davy Crockett or Robin Hood David Crockett according to hallmark the average American received how many birthday greeting cards each year five what color are the stars on the American flag white all right got those answers then let's bring broke back in the studio and Jerry it says on the call screener here that you are a retired postal worker changing our okay grab some return by lingual retired postal worker how many years were you delivering mail twenty wow years tells what's the craziest postal workers story that you have in those twenty years of service writers to take this job and shove it do you want to do something great for the demands of everyday they still haven't done it is a problem you have the anger of a true postal worker yeah I believe you Jerry did he shove it all Johnny paycheck helped him out I didn't make sense to me I like your reference back to playing the song broke I will look it up after were done with it we do the broker we are saying here you know yeah in some some questions here yes Johnny apostles available your time yeah I starts now right Kerry will be having a milestone birthday today how old was she fifty what's the common name for a butterfly larva who passed which one of these is a real person Paul Bunyan Davy Crockett or Robin Hood Davy Crockett according to hallmark the average American received how many birthday greeting cards each year three what color are the stars on the American flag light in Star Wars what's the name of C. three PO's side kick it our duty to I think it.

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Bischoff attempts to revive the Monday Night Wars

The Jim Ross Report

02:33 min | 2 years ago

Bischoff attempts to revive the Monday Night Wars

"Where we're living out around quite a bit here but eventually it's an ask. The BISCHOFF IS GONNA make a bold move and he's GonNa put. WCW programming head to head on Monday night of against Monday night raw with Nitro when you first hear the news that hey we've got real competition and WCW on Monday night and they're going to be live every week whereas we're taping shows in advance at this point what's your what's your take on that. Do you think this is real competition or is wwe still perpetually going to be a little big brother other of of the WWF. I thought the WF headed a massive head. Start as they do right now. No company is going to threaten. WBZ market share anytime. Anytime soon. Luckily mine or your lifetime. Conrad quite frankly. But that's not a sad sad tale to tell because there's plenty of money out there revenues to to earn in the entertainment world that cutting a W for example can can enjoy enjoy and make significant profits over time. So I I just I think that On what we're talking about Tran thought this left I was thinking about something else is nitro. Oh Yeah Yeah my issue is this. I I questioned where they have the in-house personnel to pull it off in a big way and of course a lot of that stuff was You Know David Crockett part of getting a credit for some of the. Because he was one of the you know one of the producers there an onsite people but giving the staff have to gather to do the the you know to to the rigging the lighting everything I didn't know they were. They were ready to do that because everything had always been such a smaller scale Ale and then to be able to do it live every Monday. A major us a whole different world so I didn't know that that was going to be as successful as it was and it was a pleasant surprise actually because it made the business look better overall because they hate they had great production values in the show's look clean slick. You might not agree with creative. Hell that's normal. You can say that any heir any show with the the the show look good and I thought that was a step in the right direction for them. So so you could. You can tolerate a good-looking show. That might not be the greatest creative for a little longer now forever a little longer than he can. The other way around.

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"david crockett" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

04:52 min | 3 years ago

"david crockett" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Hey uh-huh okay so as i'm flying alone and i notice dark-haired ed tickets to us is getting a lot of attention saw it said to the to you brunette and everybody is talking to and she it's priscilla presley mysteries. We landed and there was a big banner waiting at the gate. I think that's a bit. There was a landing party party for her. When they opened the door. There was a fifty foot banner that said that while demise seven time world champion harley race said i had a heart <unk> yawovi plate. I had a artie live. That bitch intel chief fell asleep. This is priscilla presley. I can't use the word he was. He had a very graphic word for women sure i can't ball. I saw man if steve foot banner jenner opened the dr at red. I welcome my seven times or heavyweight champion higher layer race worry guy. I wish i've got so many billy bob optus and fort worth bright so you know the one thing about harley. He always you never you you better on about giving even get excited about nothing new client yeah i mean. He just wanted his own pace in the ring. He did his thing like the first time ever tied up with off before. I jumped only the first time i ever tied up with the right one. Okay grandma headlock kid. One tackle drop down leapfrog if flock slam grabbed me in the headlock again. I'm wild for low daddy meaning liberal become law right. That's the way was dog move and he climbed the rope for the buy button all that so belly bob's. I wanna go thousands of women right having fun country western girls in their genes. You'd stay me right. All right all really wants to do is go over the pool table in graphic hugh and knock everybody corker off the table and then they can drag her cigarette say hey i got the winter. There's warning people look at it with their quarter on the ground in all right ah hell they'll fight the one that i wasn't there with me. It never happened but dave abandoning. They got to a major fight. The cops that'd be covering everything uncut twenty guys against emend david manning but he lived at you know l. on donald partner or brother out in the portland territory they'd have marks challenge harley. Would he come to the ring. How do you mean like just. The school got got a guy that they can beat. You hardly say let's start a little early. You know it really him like we're not going to waste drink in time absolutely so let's start right yeah and of course guy get rain. Heartbeat should should've the one time. I can't remember who it was. I was gonna call david crockett asked him before i smoke either but if a guy was ever caused a providence territory that got it was about the promoters harley in to teach them a lesson on d._v._d. Bring the t._v. and put with harley it. Didn't you bring harley to japan with you times protection. I want you to retell that story to move forward. You know my girls cooking dinner a little more often lately now that they're teenagers.

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"david crockett" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

09:10 min | 3 years ago

"david crockett" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Been as we know. Three time congressman had lost his previous election, November eighteen thirty five and famously told his constituents or at least we were pretty sure he did. Because he said it many times on the way to Texas. You have. Elected someone else. You can go to hell I'm going to Texas. Great line. He went mostly at first to scouted out. He'd heard about Texas. Great lands that you could just claim for just pennies and. That's the main reason went at first once he got into Texas in started hearing about this is a couple of months before the actual Alamo battle December January heard about the struggle for independence and freedom and liberties, and he quickly joined the army joined the volunteer army and was sent to sent to San Antonio debate hug where men were needed Travis would been the common there. They had been begging for food and men and provisions and ammunition for months and received almost nothing because there was just a provincial government with with very little power in no money. Another player who does not enter until long after the fall of the Alamo and goalie ad but the major player for organizing the Republic of Texas Sam Houston, where Sam Houston in February of eighteen thirty six knowing that Santa Anna's marching he was a member of the second consultation that happened in. In a believe that started on March first, I was to decide what exactly Texas was going to do with it self. He was a. Representative. And when they realize they they'd have to have an army. He was quickly and unanimously voted as commander in chief of his forty third birthday, by the way was March third. Amazon is forty Sam Houston in his forties. David Crockett gonna turn fifty Jim who is in his forties. Travis young, man. And we're talking about senior leaders in the frontier as they gathered towards this contest Santa Anna's, mar army approaches and Jim Bowie takes it upon himself to send a note to negotiate and I love boy for this. He signed it for God. And Texas is that about as inspired as it gets him. At the time. It come down with a very bad case of something like typhoid pneumonia. We're not exactly sure. But it was a some kind of thing that is to the lung. So he was mostly bedridden. Once he got into the Alamo. That's when Santana arrive the advance part of his army about fifteen hundred men from the west into San Antonio. And February twenty third he and Travis and the approximately one hundred seventy seventy five men of the Alamo contingent made it across the the river and into the Alamo and Bowie sends the note forgotten Texas Travis writes that there will be no retreat Travis decides right away the day before was Washington's birthday, by the way. And that was to be a celebration. It was a very cold day a rainy day, and then the next day there are to fight. And Jim if this is in part of the story, but it puzzles. Me whether Washington's birthday was in their minds as they decided to be adamant and not retreat because retreat would not have been dishonorable at this point. They were vastly outnumbered six thousand two hundred fifty or so, and there was no reason to believe that Senate that Santa Anna could hold Bihar, and if they'd retreated to loop poor San Felipe, they would have had support and Senate Anna would have had a much different landscape. So I'm wondering whether they were influenced by the legend of liberty in death. That Travis is always writing as opposed to the facts on the ground. Surprise, if they weren't back fan Washington's birthday and his legend was even more important than his Spiring than it is to us today, as I think, you realize reading this, and they just celebrated his birthday which was as big as fourth of July back then the day before the night before some of them were probably I'm sure some of them were nursing hangovers as they trundled into the Alamo, but yes, they could've they could've retreated. But bully and Travis had decided that they were gonna make a stand there. Because if they didn't do it there. It was going to be much closer to their actual homes, you know, to the east, and they also believe that somebody probably Sam Houston, but they weren't sure of course, because news travelled, slowly back then was organizing an army and would come to the rescue, right? Okay. So they retreat into the Alamo after the advance of the. The Senate and his army runs over Bihar and takes over Santa Anna arrives in town. And now we have the arranging of the siege of the Spanish the Mexican battalions. And they sent Anna has some crack battalions here three of his best. He's going to use the assault the Albama Permanente the tha Luca tvos and the darrow's. These are first rate troops. Not all the troops are first rate. But those are and they retreat into the Alamo, but Travis immediately starts writing for I for reinforcements. He writes fannin who is fan. And what does he expect from ninety five miles down the San Antonio river towards the Gulf of Mexico is lockdown code LA Bahia and right near it of city. Also but renamed goalie ad. So it goes by either either of those and there was a contingent of of. Texans. They're volunteers Texan army about street. Three hundred fifty two four hundred they were commanded by a man who spent maybe a year and a half or so at West Point but had left their hundred dubious conditions, and he was back, then they were desperate for any kind of experience in military leadership. Hence, he was given a Lieutenant colonels command and put in charge of this of this the only real large unit of Texan the Texan army. Besides the men at the Alamo. However, he was very differing type, and he got at least two messages from Travis at the Alamo begging him to come to their aid the lines that the seizure somewhat porous in the first week or so so individual. Quarriers to get out. He organized about three hundred of them. And they gotta cross the San Antonio river. A few hundred yards of an ox cart broke down some oxes escaped. And they decided it was discretion was better part of valor. And moved back into the Presidio which was a big mistake because bad things happen to than the few weeks later, thirty two men from Gonzales do get through. And that's the only support reinforcement that Travis cats is now the first of March it's cold on the second of March. It's cold on the third of March. There's no wind. No fannin Travis has no explanation for his men why they've not been relieved because the notes had gotten there along since they have cattle, but they're going to run low on the beef. They have corn the conditions in the fort are brim, their hearty, however, and they're completely surrounded. Why no surrender? Why was? Was there? What what what was the threat to them if they'd wanted to surrender him, and you can imagine the sanitary conditions. With all those lots of horses and and cattle and in men and women and children. Well, they you're their spirits were were were high at least that's what Travis reported one of the last messages written. I think it was on March third days before the battle. He mentioned that David Crockett was was a main part of that. He was continually seen everywhere keeping spirits, and that was his type of character had he's just a wonderful character and probably my favorite in the book. Why didn't they surrender? It's hard. I imagine. Now, how how much back then? Americans love and were excited by this. Their new kind of government that they had, you know, practically created less than sixty years before liberty democracy. And of course, it had been exported overseas to to Europe, and they were almost evangelical for this religion of democracy, and they were fighting and dying for people overseas. So naturally.

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"david crockett" Discussed on The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!

The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!

03:41 min | 3 years ago

"david crockett" Discussed on The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!

"Led to me getting control the company. I pushed the issue about cutting costs and managing the budget because of the live event side of our business at that time they were doing one hundred twenty or hundred six hundred eighty live events year in every one of them was losing money. So the method behind that badness was well, let's go out and do more live events because every time we go out the door, we lose money. And I said, well, what are you gonna get multiply that times two thousand right? Just gonna lose more money shutdown live events quit doing live events, but all of your resources, whatever they are, however, many pencils and Panton, no pads. You have put them into the television product and create the demand, then take it out on the road. Don't keep losing money going out on the road that put me in direct conflict with a ton of people including Bob do who is then the executive vice president, and he happened to be the guy that was running the Omni at the time. And we fought and we fought. And I want right. And we quit doing live events. And we shut down we made it a small as we could control the expenses and slowly start to build it. Hey, what was the first year? We ended up going down Orlando those TV tables that would have been about ninety four when I was your idea. And that was part of the reason right because we couldn't keep taking the show out on the road every time. We we would you remember this you were there would you go out to these, you know, go to the Gainesville arena, whatever the name Gainesville venue us and sixty eight people would show up and yet turn off all the lights. We have had a match in your living room. It would look we go to center stage and three quarters of the people that showed up we're going to have a Little Brown paper bags or fall asleep twenty minutes into the show. We couldn't do that anymore right in part of the making it mainstream was let's go down to Disney. Let's co brand ourselves with Disney MGM studios because people know what that is. They may not know us, right? I know what that is. And let's leverage that so. So you're you're thinking that robe with Disney. What exactly so in a book controversy creates cash it hell of a book, I have a hard time reading I read the thank from cover to cover in about two three weeks and promise out, lots of pictures. We'll get beer both low Bill Cody for the work at manner based y'all David beer were the Disney people that afraid of the wrestlers you steer to deaths on the park, you know, just keep under under wraps here to death. Yeah. It is thinking he's gonna go crazy. And just your that. They didn't know what. There was one guy. There was an advocate. His name is Bob Allen, young guy. And he believes for forever reason, he believed I'll never forget it went into this this pitch, but I had to pitch Disney bringing WCW there. And I was in a room by myself. I'm David Crockett might have been with me. And we're in a room. It was it was a square where it was like this room is square rectangle, and it were seats all the way around the room, and I was in the middle. And you know, when you pitch in a room you like to make contact with the people you're talking to you. Right. I felt like an idiot on a pivot. You know, I'm look. Around and everybody sitting with their arms crossed. They're kind of looking at me underneath eyebrows that we can all my God. This is going just horse shit. But Bob Allen, pushed it through. But the conditions were when we came on a lot we had to come in on a bus people could come in cars we had to tape over the windows in the bus because nobody wants to wrestlers on the property wants the rest has got to the building seeing building. They couldn't walk around the park. Right. That was the rules by the second or third year. When we were there. They were not letting us go into the different theme park years and actually film because they realize that people love wrestlers, they love characters ended up being part of the attraction and nothing bad happened Gamay we had a blast air. I was at the time..

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"david crockett" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"david crockett" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

"It was there were no line. There was no character except the MC this second rate comedian, you know, master of ceremonies, and I had no scenes with anybody was five great songs, and I needed to find the man the. You know that bad that bad guy. So you took some of the low comics that particular that comic and say Louis, do I have this right, go boy. And I thought he was the cheapest shot of a MC that anybody could ever want not want to see. So this guy that you saw on the road from your nightclub days, you retain this and you decided to to infuse this character, right? Fascinating. So this this like third grade comic became immortal. He he never knew. Yeah. You never said his name publicly. I would I sure he's gone. Yes. He is now. Yeah. I just saw an interview with the you'll never told they never told anybody who was now. Interesting. And and here's here's an. Today's today. No. But he might have heirs relatives. Here's here's another song. I once heard on the radio that killed me that your father saying, so I'm pushing you again how much is that pickle in the window. The one that's untapped at the pale. Yeah. Right. How much is that Piccola window? Yes. I do hope that pickles for sale. I say to our listeners that people can pick him confined these on YouTube. We haven't both queued up. We have David Crockett which Jennifer did so well on the Conan show and pickle in the window queued up there on YouTube and well worth seeing and your father was kind of a head of his time. I mean, stand Friburg. Yes, sir. You know? There was no Allan Sherman. Nobody was doing parody followed him kind of a trailblazer in that John. Yeah. Certainly there was no weird. Al. But I, you know, I think they respected him as a as a as a as. Yes. As a runner, exactly. That's what I said for runner..

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