17 Burst results for "Denis Leary"
"denis leary" Discussed on Talk Radio 1190 KFXR
"And 11. Denis Leary was kind of older. Crap, man. It's either Oh six or 11. God, this is difficult. I'll go. I'll go, 2011. I'll go 0 6001. I'll go 2001, and that's the six point round begins, would all go They go to bed made for six points. This would put you in the lead here, Ben Man in honor of Danny White. Give me 11 11. This is a movie. These kids are my grandchildren and you are raising them wrong. They are terrible boys. Shut up, Chip where I'll go by your ass. I'm gonna send a kick You in the back of the head? Yeah, Yeah. Turn up the Hey! Go on and get some boys. Come on. I'm 10 years old, but I'll beat your ass chip. I'm gonna come at you. I can spatter monkeys. I'm all jacked up on Mountain Dew. Six points. Talladega Nights. 2006 Kevin 1006, I think it's 11 066 points. Wow, Ben Ben Now with a lead at 12 Point, Man, I would have said 11 to Mm. Skin has 11 Christina has 10 Christina, You'll close out the six point round. What clue? Would you like to do? 36 36 we go to 36. This is going to be a movie, Christina. It's the rise of the planet of the apes. I am a monkey fan. Yes, that story about Doyle, the monkey at the Dallas? Yes..
"denis leary" Discussed on Talk Radio 1190 KFXR
"Are you? A friend of Bobby Caldwell's You're either in or you're out right now. That's not George Clooney and Batman. That's George Clooney in Ocean's 11 Man, 96, 2000 and 1, 2000 and six or 2011 for five points. Good luck, men. There's three I'm going to say 2000 and six Oh, 2000 and one Kevin. You can I know this doesn't make you feel better been, but I too would have wrongly guess, 2000 and six There's like a different one made in all of these years. Skin 11. You drew Ocean's 11 and the fast and furious six point round skin. Go. When is that going to start now? Um, interesting. You should ask Kevin 12 to get through. Let's go. I'll take 12. Okay, a movie he's blowing and going. Is that? Oh, that's the clip from the movie blow, Huh? Yeah, that's interesting. Kind of rushing to them. Yep. Yeah, a lot of good clips online, 2000 and 11. Denis Leary was kind of older crap, man. It's either Oh six or 11. God, this is difficult. I'll go. I'll go 2011. I'll go 6001. I'll go 2000 and 11, and that's the six point round begins, would all go They go to bed made for six points. This would put you in the lead here. Ben, who Man in honor of Danny White. Give me 11 11. This is a movie. These kids and my grandchildren and you are raising them wrong. They are terrible boys. Shut up, Chip where I'll go your ass. I'm gonna send to kick you in the back of the head. Yeah. Turn up the heat. Go on and get some boys. Come on. I'm 10 years old, but I'll beat your ass chip. I'm gonna come at you. I can spatter monkey shit. Jacked up on Mountain Dew. Six points. Talladega nights. 2006 Kevin 1006. I think it's 11 66 points. Wow, for Ben Been now with a lead at 12 Point, Man, I would have said 11 to skin has 11 Christina has 10 Christina, You'll close out the six point round. What clue would you like? Do 36 36 we go to 36? This is going to be a movie, Christina. It's the rise of the planet of the apes. I am a monkey fan. No guys hear that story about Doyle, The monkey at the Dallas Oh, yes..
"denis leary" Discussed on 550 KFYI
"Essentially flexed on the United States today, Basically, the armed citizenry of the United States said if you want to go with this whole second Amendment thing, you know, try to take on your government. You better bring f fifteens and nuclear weapons. Wow, the president of the United States of America, said that to his armed citizenry Are you talking to me? Are you talking to me? We're coming for you. I dare you step up. Step up. Yeah, I'll take you behind the be leaders in high school, and I'll just pommel You. Uh um Yeah, This is not a good thing. I mean, no taunting the American people over our God given a constitutionally enshrined Second Amendment rights, you know the left. This is what they've come to. They got a C now old man yelling at the American people to give me your guns. But this is the rationale James T. Harris, Aside from threatening the American people, essentially, don't you uprise as we got the bombs, as Denis Leary used to say in his No cure for cancer album. But this is the rationale was like, well, you can't take on the government so therefore we can limit the size and scope of the firearms that you're allowed to purchase. No more rifles. No more What they call high capacity magazines, which the Democrats means everything over 10 rounds so that it actually means anything over five. Probably. But they know that no one will go for that, because there are no five round magazines that I know of. So that's I'm sure there are. But you know that that why get one that small, But that's the point, James T. Harris, You're getting an inside view of not just the Second Amendment and the Democrats limits on it. But all the other amendments as well. Okay, So is this going to happen through executive order, or is this something that he's putting out there that they're going to have to force through Congress? They've got to go through Congress. That's what somebody can do through executive order. Yeah, it's not gonna happen. Encourage local legislators to do the same. He also tried the whole nonsense about, uh, the mayor's are saying that the gun violence in their city is our guns coming from outside. Of their jurisdiction. That just proves that it's actually the person and not the gun. See what's amazing about the timing here is, I think they're just a tad bit too late. Um, if this would been going down, maybe at the beginning of the of the administration, or maybe it's just that President Trump got in the way of it, But we're used to violence in the streets now, so used to it that you have everyday Americans going out to arm themselves. People who never thought about doing that. Now we're going out in arming themselves. So all of this bluster about is the gun's fault and all this kind of stuff It's really falling on. I think a majority of deaf ears because people realize or, you know, know that this is just talk. All they can do is talk. But when it comes down to really Curtailing our rights. If it has to go through the Congress, which is hapless anyway, it's not going to get done. And if it does get done, That's because you have more Republicans capitulate, and if those couple Republicans do do that, they're going to be gone. That's the sentiment. I'm reading from the American people. I agree with that James T. Harris, but it does expose the Democrats as the party of symbolism because they say a lot of words just like they did with the voting rights. And what happened yesterday in Washington. With the Senate voting on it, everyone knew was going to fail. Everyone knew before the People Act wasn't gonna get past the Filibuster, so they wanted to create this opportunity to raise money to talk about the filibuster and to talk about voting rights. One dude on MSNBC went as far as you'll love this. America is now an apartheid state is essentially what he said, because they didn't pass the voting Rights Act. Yeah, and I just got two words for them. Sheldon White House. Yeah, Yeah, sorry. Every charge every time a Democrat from now on talks about something being racist or or apartheid or Jim Crow Children White House until you deal with what's going on in your own backyard. You talk about systemic racism until you deal with that. Don't talk to me. You're They have absolutely blown their argument completely apart with this guy, because because it's absurd, and I think I really do believe with that in the pushback that's going on in public schools. I'm going to another school board meeting tonight. I think that parents are awake. And the games that they left their plane or should say their strategy is going to have to change because there that this is losing we we at Russell and Hunter referred to him as Senator Sheldon White Club. Yeah. Sheldon White Club is what he has been referred to as now It's finally happening has been announced today because the time Is finally appropriate. Kamila Harris is going to be heading to our southern border for a little visit because now meaning before Trump gets there, the time is appropriate, is it? It's exciting. We called this the moment Trump announced that he was going to to to Texas on the 30th. It became the over under or the before or after this camera. Go before or does she go after she's got too much to lose to go after? But this again is the brilliance. Trump making that announcement. It forced the Biden administrations hand and even though the media uh is cut trump off, you know we got social media cutting him off. There's no way the media who is suffering and ratings, CNN, MSNBC. There's no way they would be able to ignore Trump on the border. So they calculated. They figured this out, and now you've got Kamila going down, and that's going to have a backfiring effect. I believe, because now you have commonly going there after months of pressure, so it looks bad. The Optics of it alone or, like, Oh, now the vice president's going Now it's convenient for her to do so..
"denis leary" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Happy and get 15% off your first month. Partly cloudy today. Look for high around 75 degrees. Got a little bit of drizzle out there right now, In 64 nothing. You just Jesus Christ. Our savior was born on Christmas Day from same way Latte, timing Virgin joy covered and join latter. Yesterday's away first up in Charlie Parker's E Mail bag. Charlie Parker and I heart media dot com Favorite least favorite Christmas movie. From Mike and astonish CEO Charlie the ref. There's our favorite Christmas movie. And that, of course, Stars one Denis Leary as the lead character. I didn't even have that on my list. I had forgotten about it. A good movie. The ref My life. Yeah. When exactly happy, but there are times when it was joyous. Sure, we'll get the Michael Bill Randy coming up at 7 10 and you favorite and least favorite Christmas movies. Or you go to the small screen. You know, you want to go down the Charlie Brown Road or the I love Lucy Road. By the way. Did I miss the Christmas? I love Lucy. No, you did not. They're not showing it. Apparently not sure they've been showing it every year since 1956 don't know, Charlie. Have some insight for you. If you would like it. It was bought by. It was part of a package that went to Apple TV. And so it didn't have the rights for because it was on CBS. Correct. That's correct. And I didn't have the rights and so apple. You had to be a like a apple. If I want to watch, Lucy, I gotta get Apple. I? You know what I think they actually my daughter has every Lucy episode Trevor on V H s a bummer. But what's a VHS Victoria? I'll let you know, living later on time for rest..
"denis leary" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Welcome back to a Monday feels like Wednesday because it's a short week edition of the show way have been whipping through the show. We were just talking about all the break how fast the show has gone, and it has And that's partially because we're talking about fun stuff. Christmas movies. Holy mackerel! The text line is on fire. Here we go gave this one. Hey guys. My top three Christmas movies are the ref with Kevin Spacey and Denis Leary Scrooged with Bill Murray and Home alone the first one Kevin Spacey is not in the movie. No, I'm just kidding. He has really in the movie in the raft. Yeah, he's not in Elvis meets Nixon, though. The bad movie that I watched. Not in that one. Um I the ref? I don't think the ref is a Christmas movie. I've never seen the rough. It's a good I think it's a good movie. It's a good movie, if you like, uh, kind of one of those dysfunctional war of the roses type couples. Situation. You know what I'm talking about. It's about a married couple who hate each other. But it's very entertaining cause Denis Leary's really funny in it. And then they love each other with the end. Is that the idea? I don't remember. I don't remember the end of the ref. I haven't seen it in so long. That's the quality of a Christmas movie. You have to have that emotional ending where you're half crying, half smiling. Well, Dave, this one. Here's ah, texture from 2170. Mandy Die hard isn't a Christmas movie because I cried during Christmas movies and I don't cry watching die hard. How could you be so heartless as to not cry at the end of die hard? It's such an emotional masterpiece. Just kidding. It's not another, 1715 says, Die hard, not a Christmas movie, because it wasn't yippee Kai ay Santa Claus. He does have a point with that one. Here's one for you, Dave from 3845. If Diehard isn't a Christmas movie that neither is home alone, go Okay. Home alone is a Christmas movie, because first of all, the whole concept of the movie is being home or not home for Christmas. The movie doesn't exist unless you have that premise. Also you have the emotional ending with the next door neighbor who's the grump, and they both make each other feel wonderful and hug and everyone cries and left And that's a Christmas movie. It's also a Christmas movie, because if everybody wasn't away for Christmas vacation, the wet bandits would not have been working the neighborhood. I mean the opening scenes. Yeah, is everyone's getting ready for Christmas? I mean, that doesn't make it by itself a Christmas movie, But the whole thing is all the songs of Christmas songs. It's Christmas movie. All right. Uh, this from 579 Over the year without Santa Claus is the best animated Christmas movie. I don't think so. I am a traditionalist in that. I believe that the Charlie Brown Christmas Is the perfect classic animated Christmas movie. It's not the most, you know, visually stunning animation, and it never has been, but it's not designed to be But overall, the Peanuts Christmas special encapsulates the real honest to goodness meaning of Christmas. And I think by far the best animated Christmas movie is the Peanuts movie Grant. Give it a shot better than the original Grinch animated shows. Oh, man, I think that is my favorite. Well, you could be wrong about that. It's Z. You know, whatever. You feel good about us. Okay, this one said a year without Santa Claus is the best animated Christmas movie. I have that tape right now on my DVR Because Chuck says he's never seen it. I'm like, How have you never see? I'm missed a heat. Miser, I I missed a heat. I don't think I've ever seen that. I've never seen it either. Must be a Southeast Ohio thing. No what it was on regular TV every year. During the Christmas specials. Help you guys never seen that? Because it was too busy watching a Christmas Carol with Alastair Sim news best. Whatever. Anyway, let's go to the phones. Let me get Marshall on line. 1303713 85 85 is the number he marshal Even me. What's on your mind, friend here means I sure can go right ahead. Okay? I just I want to make the case for the Bill Murray moved Scrooged. I mean, I know the comedy, but it touched upon the allegory that Dickens was kinda put forth about, you know? Being greedy and selfish, like hearing about your fellow man, and then it has that line where his dad says. All day. I listen to complaints. My knickers, my backer. I'm only four. It's the classic. It'll come here. Wait a minute. I just watched Scrooged maybe last weekend weekend before and I'd forgotten how entertaining it was. I'd forgotten how this CASS twas the cast is fantastic, except Karen Allen cannot act. She can't activate it. Brady is a lost art. Can't she just She cannot act and I I the whole time. I'm watching. I'm like, Wow. I never realized how outclassed she is with everybody else in this cast. You know what? Maybe I got a big movie. I know I I don't know how that happened, but anyway Okay, two and three. Make it quick. So you get the other caller, Um Rudolph, the red nosed reindeer where Yukon Cornelius has bumbled about. And now, um the Grinch and you know the three words to describe the Grinch best. Mm. Sink, think stuck. No doubt it rather Okay. You got him in. Thank you very much, ma'am. Have a good holiday you to appreciate it. Let me get Jared. Let me talk to him. See how he's doing in Boulder over there. Hey, Jared, how are you doing? Hanging great, Mandy. Very Christmas to you and your family. Merry Christmas. Back to you And yours, Jared. You know what I want to watch a big Christmas movie. I just just turn on the Hallmark Channel. And just whatever they have on all you sitting watch for hours and hours. Unless the acting is just too terrible or the plotline is just overly cheesy. And then I will have to wait. Jared, I have to ask. Follow up question after the overly cheesy comment What which Hallmark movie is not overly cheesy? Is that the one where the girl loses or law or or is divorced and then runs into an old flame only to realize that she says, feelings for him and Oh, my gosh, is that mistletoe then you're right. They're for the Hallmark Channel, obviously, but see, here's the thing. I've had it with you, Jared, When you watch a Hallmark movie, you know what you're going to get your the good guys going to get the girl. Everybody's gonna be happy. There's going to be mistletoe and presents and everything is gonna be great at the end. It's kind of a nice escape. Yeah, I guess what I would say overly cheesy. I won't seem like bad hair and makeup. That was a good one that maybe laugh a little too hard. I don't know why, but I know exactly what you're talking about. Perhaps that's why I'm like God was totally from today on this one. Yeah, that never mind. You know, home for Christmas. Obviously.
"denis leary" Discussed on WTVN
"Well, I think it's the worst movie, but it's about my favorite silent night Deadly night E could face his parents killed by a maniac dressed like Santa and then he goes out. Slaughtering people. Yes, And isn't there a second one? There's a silent it's Ah, Silent night deadly night and then silent night deadly night, too. I think there's two of them. Are the first one didn't scare me, but I was afraid to watch the back among said it wanted to ruin how much I liked the first one favorite Christmas song. No is read Peter's Holy Blankets Christmas holy crap, But he is of the other word. Right? Right on, Ben, Do you have a favorite Christmas movie? Uh, I don't know. But what I want to get all warm and fuzzy and you're Cozy up to the wife and all that. I suppose it's a good life. Okay. Our wonderful life. Wonderful life. Yep. Absolutely. Thanks, Tom. Appreciate it. One of my favorite I can always I just Always this this this this vision pops into my eyeballs into my brain. The year without a Santa Claus and the heat miser song in it, So the heat miser with his crazy hair. In. It is one of my one of my favorites. One of my favorites, and I'm not sure if anybody would I don't want take it away. Take away people's options here if they want to name it, But have you seen the wrath? With Denis Leary and Kevin Spacey and Kathleen Turner. No, I never did see that that is technically takes place at Christmas. But that is one heck of an adult Christmas movie. Right as in, like, Nasty adult, No. Yes. Denis Leary, Kevin Spacey and Kathleen Come on. Now. It was like a candy cane involved and All kinds of some elves. Yes, it, Chris. Thanks for waiting. Tell me about the worst or favorite Christmas movie. Well, we lost our yellow lab several years ago, right before Christmas. And, um, Marley and me came out on Christmas Day and I had read the I know and I have read the book, and the book has a very nice ending. So we're in. We're in the movie. My husband has not read the book and all of a sudden, Marley is showing many of the symptoms that are yellow Lab hat. And as the movie progresses, you know, Marley gets worse. And I'm looking at my husband and he is absolutely sobbing, and he had to leave the theater. And I stayed because I thought, Oh, this is gonna be a positive into this because there was in the book. Oh, no, there wasn't And so I met him out in the lobby. And he said, Why did you do that? To make a I'm sorry The book ended totally differently, and it was more positive than the way the book will be ended. And he brings that up to me all the time. You always said just like you took me to see Marlene Ai Christmas Day and the dog died. Yeah, Yeah. They did the bait and switch on you from the book to the movie. Didn't they did terrible, terrible. Chris. Thank you very much. And yeah, yes. That's tough, Aaron. Thank you for waiting. Lay it on me. What do you got, guys? Merry Christmas. Hey, man. Merry Christmas. I'm a 90 scared. I was waiting on home alone, Man. We worship that in our house. That's the ultimate Christmas movie. But my wife and her sisters and their mom every year they watch white Christmas and it's like around that time I opened up the Christmas Scotch and go play with my toys together where I can't stand Christmas. Keep the change. You filthy animal, right angels with the souls have a great holiday guys. Thanks. And a merry Christmas, man. Yeah, your worst and or Your favorite Christmas movie Dawn. Thank you for waiting. Lay it on me. What do you got? It's a cartoon, but it's called prep and landing prep and landing. It is hilarious. It's the elf. They go to the house and get the house is ready for Santa to show up and It has ah lot of things in it that only adults would get. It's not dirty or anything. It's just funny and way just happened to watch it one year and my daughter and my husband and I laughed the entire time is very funny. Prep and landing. Yeah, okay. Very good. We'll look it up. Stand. Yeah. You guys have been very Christmas. Thanks, Don. You too Merry Christmas. Mike. Thank you for waiting. Tell me about your worst or your favorite Christmas movie or both. Well, I think my favorite would be it's called the night they saved Christmas. It's got Art Carney from Honeymooners and Jaclyn Smith. Um as in, they panic caused Jaclyn Smith is the Charlie's Angel Jaclyn Smith. Yeah. Okay. Very good. All right, um Basically, Santa Claus has to persuade Jaclyn Smith's husband to stop drilling for oil because he's getting too close to North Pole City and He's risking basically killing Santa Claus and destroying Christmas forever. Oh, no. So And I think my my worst favorite. Well, I like it. It's called Santa Claus conquers the Martians. That sounds like a real winner. Right there. Santa Claus conquers smart, All right. Very good. Thanks, man. I mike. I appreciate it. Um, let me throw this into the mix is die hard, a Christmas movie. It's time to start that conversation. It absolutely is. It is absolutely a Christmas movie, according to Josh Um and you know, every year, it seems like this time the conversation begins on whether it's a Christmas movie or not, I do have to agree with you. I believe it is a Christmas movie, but the lie becomes available 8 to 1 W T V in 1 816 w TV end Your worst and or your favorite Christmas movies will keep him going and more of your calls straight ahead, Traffic and weather together from temp.
"denis leary" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Of all time. He's thinking, you know, I like the cartoon ones right off the road right now. Oh, you know, I love animation was whatever was Claymation with Burl Ives. Have a Holy all right back. While you were sleeping. That a Christmas movie yet is because if Diehard is a Christmas movie while you were sleeping is a Christmas movie, you're going to see that new you're going to say that it is awesome. To me. It is the you know you go in you look and and the Christmas carols. All of that stuff I love you know the Scrooged I love Christmas vacation. I think every the raft is an underrated Christmas movie. If you've never seen it, Denis Leary and the before we knew he was a creeper. Kevin Spacey, uh, came out in the mid nineties. Just a phenomenal movie. Is it a real Christmas? It's a real Christmas movie. He is a cat. He's a burglar is a cat burglar. And he breaks into a house and there's a dysfunctional family and he takes him over. And it's almost like a therapy session during Christmas, and it's hilarious on it's awesome, But check me Christmas. Carol 1951 Alistair Sams Play Scrooge the greatest Portrayal of Scrooge ever even better than Scrooge McDuck stuff, which is tough. I would probably the way like Heat miser and snow miser, the Oh my god, he might send snowmen and their brothers. That's the funny They hate each other. The mind your brother's demise your brother's love goes on Route office. Great by the way for those you're not keeping score. Oh, here's a little knowledge to throw down to you. All of those reindeers that fly Santa. They're all they're all girls. Is that right? Because Because male reindeer is lose their antlers in the winter sounds. Let's throw that out there. Very interesting Power to the girl. There you go to the girls. Yeah, that's right. All right. So we have got it. Not yet here. But it's here for all intensive purposes. We'll call it the vaccine. First person, though, in the world to get it wasn't the elderly lady. We'd call her in England and OA PE and old age pensioner. She was in Coventry at the University Hospital, and she received the Fizer super duper XK 15 Niner vaccine. None of those scores made it up. She's made his trip Maggie and King in a 90 year old grandmother who just became the first person in the U. K to get vaccinated for covert 19 jokes to tell you the truth is stocked with, believe it, but I'm happy it happened. So.
"denis leary" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"One of the guys came in its A guy's. The place is jammed. We're like what Like, Yeah, it's jammed. I think you know what? I don't think you could find that kind of zeal anywhere else. But this time this is a This is an amazing place. They've done this very event you know, around the outdoor games. I don't know if you remember last year when they did it. There was there was literally maybe 7000. You know, to come out in Fenway Park and see, you know all the people that wasn't an empty seat. There were people filling the The sides of the rank on the field. It was It's an extraordinary town when it comes to sports. When it comes to hockey. I have to say the same thing about comics Come home. I mean, 17 years. Comedian's love coming to this event because It's not like you don't feel like you're at a fundraiser. People come. They laugh their ass off for two hours, and at the end of it, they feel like they've seen this big Jeffrey comedy show. But what in fact we've done has raised money for this great cause. So You know, I always said Boss is the best comedy down the audiences of the best. Yeah, anywhere. I mean, any comedians you have, like guys like Dom that worked in Boston a lot when they were young and traveled all over and came from other cities always said, Like what's in the water in Boston were like missing, not water. I'm taking you with Denis Leary and we get to events are remind you about those and we'll continue throughout the weekend to plug him. But Denis Leary, of course, returning to his home, they And you mentioned comedy and comics and there is a wonderful sense of family among guys in the industry as there are, I think, and I do a lot with jazz musicians, and they stick together and buck up for each other. It's funny cause you guys can cut each other down, and that's to sign a love many times, But it's nice to see you already laying, for instance, back and getting a second shot. Well, you know, that's it wasn't it was never really a second shot for him because, you know, he's a brilliant guy. People were fans of rescue me will remember. You know, he did a lot on rescue me, um, a few years ago where I didn't I didn't audition and I just hired him up right because Hey, hasn't been a lot of acting work. But he's a great great act the town to town that actor and um and a great comedian, and.
"denis leary" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Bucks is so good. But I mean way. It's not that way. Drink things that are higher price that they're bad. They're wonderful. But this is just so this is an everyday bourbon. This is a come home everyday bourbon. This is your weekend. You know, you're gonna have to glasses to glasses looking may such a lightweight on Friday and two on Saturday. You could do this. And with the whole table. There's nobody who can enjoy this and grab a couple bottles. You're still 50 bucks. My goodness. We have Reviewed several bottles that have been in the 80 $9100 range and even over $100.25 a bottle. This is a bargain. What I think is interesting here with the 17 90 small batch. Is that some people feel that hit in the back to the throat and feel like oh, that's a little harsh. I think that's a question of whether you're a first time bourbon drinker or not, I feel it goes away to an extent. And if you recognize it, but it's not. It doesn't hurt you. You're It's almost a bit of a shock to the system. Oh, look at that right there. Look what just happened to me, But it's good. But the warmth that comes completely throughout is is kind of sensational. I adore this absolutely adore it doesn't make a deal with Denis Leary called the Old Man Whiskey face. I've ordered you to take a drink in your face. Just clenches up almost like you're in some kind of pain. No, it's a nice little Warmth that you feel in the in the chest and a little bit on the tongue. If this is delightful, lower, lower throat. Down to the and then the bottom of the chest. It really does a skip the top chest. It really is interesting how the two things playoff Bourbon is one of those drinks that just brings people together in a unique way. Bourbon sets a mood Bourbon sets a tone. You're not drinking bourbon £2. You're not drinking bourbon, you know, to spend a night out with the boys or with or with the girls or bourbon set you in a good place and and that it's recognized. Has this all American drink and protected in that way, makes it special. And the people who make bourbon. Whether they be in Kentucky member doesn't have to be from Kentucky to be bourbon. People who make bourbon I think are doing just fantastic artistry. For me. It's always about the art, the flavors and everything else is about what they thought about when they were trying to put this together in that master altogether. This is a national bourbon heritage, but I can't drink so much bourbon this month. It's gonna be amazing. The small back from 17 92. It.
"denis leary" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"That tonight and all week long. One week long, Trump bashing session More coverage tonight in all tomorrow. Here in 93 WNBC Patrick Swayze E would have been 68 years old today. I think Patrick Swayze E is a good compromise for dudes and chicks, right chicks like Patrick Swayze E because they love dirty dancer dudes like Patrick Swayze because they like Roadhouse and then of red Dawn And I like to point break, especially if you're going to say you like to long food. I said to go, I went to go see that with my girlfriend at the time of the movie. You got suckered into going C going to see the drag queen. Yeah, yeah, of course. Did it work? I mean, no, I didn't work cars. Not then let's not forget ghost that the ultimate chick flick right there. Patrick Swayze. He died too young 57 years old, pancreatic cancer. That sucks. But today's his birthday. Let's see Who else. Edward Norton Ah, Edward Norton is kind of, I don't know, even want to say, underrated actor, but he was in one of my favorite movies of all time had the big ending called Primal Fear. With Richard Gere. Yes. Yep. I elected in Rounders. Remember the gambling movie with Matt Damon up? John Malkovich was great in the American History X was agree. Movie Fight Club at Norton is 51 years old today. A Christian Slater. 51 years old today. What would you say he's best known for. I was thinking about that right before we went on the air because that's what I do with my time here in commercial breaks, I think about what movies Christian Slater is best known for. And I would say gleaming the Cube, one of his first movies he ever did about skateboarding because it came out right And then right at the time, when I was getting to skateboarding, I loved gleaming the Cube. Was he in Heather's? He was in Heather's. He was in pump up the volume where you played like a pirate radio deejay kind of identified with that a little because I always wanted to do radio and one of my favorite movies of the nineties. Cuffs. Tops number Cuffs Planet Cup. I don't remember that, because, actually, maybe his brother played the cop and he got killed And he's trying to avenge his brother's remember. You gotta go back watch cuffs. Also true romance. Okay, True romance played Clarence and truly Christian Slater Film Festival awaits me this weekend started blaming the Cuban go all the way to cuffs. Comedian Denis Leary is 63 years old, hilarious comedian, one of his most underrated movies ever. I call it a Christmas movie. It's called the Ref. The ref really funny movie got his start His big break on the MTV game show remote control, along with Adam Sandler and Colin Quinn did Robert Redford's 84 years old. Hey, still looks like a million damn dollars Better you and I will never look a cz good as rubber river today for as we do in our mid forties Martin Mole is 77 years old Terry Guards boss in Mr Mom. Mr. Mama, Michael Keaton's arch nemesis and Hammer finally. Ladies and gentlemen, this is going to make a big damn, I'm old 34 years ago today 1986 Bon Jovi Releasing. Their third album. Slippery when wet.
"denis leary" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Yeah the glass right now your soul mate I am married to your soul mate because she made her list and you know was on our list rescue me yeah it's a case right now is sitting over there give the kids pancakes with a huge grin and it's not that you buddy yeah great show and I got to say you want to talk about a show that holds up dude I've been watching it again but one thing that struck me is there is no way they would get away with the subject matter they were messing around with some natural man sexes but they're all great sure everybody if you haven't watched it is the really the really remains the only show to this day that took on nine eleven in New York City yeah yeah I can't I don't watch that show me the adventure shows to watch all body just supporting firefighters right yes of course they do what you guys made about nine eleven it's about New York City right after nine the two sides I think I did watch it well but I mean you will very much there's there's a lot of dark humor there's a lot the door so I mean they they riff openly like a treat they treat the sadness and tragedy with dark humor like I said like truly like a mix of like guys in New York do you know yeah and the thing about the show that so great I mean there's a lot of things but the thing is Leary's Denis Leary's cousin in real life as a firefighter in Worcester mass who perished in a fire he he he died in a blaze so Leary had a lot of experience hanging around the fire house so he drew a lot of real stories from his experiences with this cousin in Worcester and put them in the show the last of you see in the chart and it is rumored incredibly dysfunctional families yeah yeah but treated with humor and I'm in and there's alcoholism galore in yes anyway great one poly what's not right but it finally dude finally this is a show on now we're going to a different era now I'm gonna go back to my childhood because then I would just make me think of my dad because my dad used to watch the show man about just the groove you talk about a soul and funk running through the main vein who wants to go to when you need some funk some gruesome soul Quincy Jones on it would drop the needle on.
"denis leary" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Three Denis Leary was the co writer creator and star of four time Emmy and golden globe nominated TV series rescue me is one man shows no cure for cancer and lock and load broke viewing records on HBO Larry has also written for New York magazine GQ playboy and esquire has appeared in more than thirty films and is an avid supporter of first responders everywhere he also has strong views on the state of comedy and I asked him if he thought political correctness is killing comedy today well I'll tell you what here's the issue it's funny you mention that because I was just talking to somebody about that the other day you know I do to live concerts a year for charity wants to the cam Neely foundation up in Boston and and the other one is for the Michael J. fox foundation for Parkinson's foundation and and both of them you know one is twenty five years old again million that and Mike's of that now is in its eighteenth year both those guys might fox and camp from the beginning said I want the convenience to have you know complete free reign to talk about whatever you want now over the years I've had everybody you can think of on the shows with me and you know it's it's clear like when I come out or Dave Chapelle or Jon Stewart Amy Schumer you know whoever it might be if you already have the notoriety they they'll go with you anywhere so let me put down below okay might they might gasp or a little bit but they know who you are what you're supposed to do sure the problem is the younger comedians try to go out and and push the envelope in clubs it now everybody's got their phone out so if you say something because I'm sure when you're developing new material you push the envelope you gotta go way over the line to find out how far over the line you can actually go without really bumming people out you're right the cell phone is right on this too you're totally right about the cell phone yeah so what happens now is you do it and then it's on Twitter and people are you know calling you out for it and then that young comic can't get a gig because the club owner doesn't want to hire somebody take a chance yes so it's in Hey listen I think half of it is is one of the reasons if people are at each other's throat right now he can't say anything or do anything without somebody going yeah you know but what about you know the people whose feelings are hurt yeah right listen here already comedy is about hurting somebody's feelings it's it's it's so true and that the show will open which is at the White House correspondents dinner listen I wasn't there when I saw the videotape of it she had some unbelievable maturity also push some buttons that that may be considered over the line but you know what the the the ultimate person who speaks truth to power is the comedian the comedian doesn't have a political party yeah that's true that's true that's true if you start shutting down comedy then we're really in trouble yeah I don't I mean yeah well you come from the comedy school kind of a George Carlin and Richard Pryor would would they give a damn about political correctness that's out there right now now the one of the great things about those guys was and I'm not I'm not calling anybody to ask them to speak of my own personal taste I feel like are you gonna do is go out make anti trump jokes and believe me I can there's a ton of them in that book and I if I was on stage tonight I have you know at least five minutes of material about what went on the last couple days right she was a comedian yeah I I get a little tired one so when that cook medians onstage at all they do is make jokes supporting one point of view I just think that's not what Richard Pryor did that's not what George Carlin did its now any of the great political committees and even which undergarments anymore Johnny Carson did I mean he kind of kept in the middle yes much as you could right exactly yeah you should be getting both sides and and John Stewart used to hit both sides so on the daily show so to me when I was one of the things I always loved about Carlin was he had no political persuasion he was just constantly speaking out against all religion yeah looting the one he was what happens right file system yeah eight but generally he was speaking with funny truth to power you know and and you know it's funny you mention that you guys are the those are my true heroes George Carlin and Richard Pryor I did fire was handed down the greatest comedian of all time just because he had all the tools and we could see them in questions but he could also do physical yeah you know you said he was and George Carlin is a close second so to me that's like that Babe Ruth and you know the Lou Gehrig of sure of comedy those those two guys and I don't think you could unite matchless Collin and no it's cool which is why I don't think I could tell you which political party they voted for during their life yeah yeah me neither and when you mention those two guys a lot of people will mention Bill Cosby too and now it's kind of hard because bill because he was such an inspiration to so many and the Cosby show and you know just convicted of some pretty slimy stuff and you know you almost wonder if comedy even remain a piece of his legacy anymore now I don't think it is man Ateca I think that's over you know I wonder that one of the the beauties of of Richard Pryor's wife at yeah who died far too young when you look at what you talk about on stage his greatest material was almost always this is incredible soul baring including twenty seven self on fire yeah yeah so everything that happened to the guy even shooting up his wife's car everything that happened was grist for the mill and it was completely purely honest which is one of the reasons we laughed at it so hard I look at Bill Cosby now you know like who was a great comedian it was the all time great enemies and you just kind of go hand yeah right yeah we live in a big chunk there yeah when you let of one man Jello boycott a couple years ago I remember that yeah well let it die whatever you want to have a card in the ninety yeah after I I took off and and Chris rock and China member I think that certainly Sam Kinison yeah he he made a statement at that time about the three of us and how the language that we use to was yep I remember that yes yeah and I and I was just like really you're going to call out me and and you know Chris and and Sam Kennison now I look at it and I go really right so many F. bombs but you were you know dropping rupees into people's right that's right yeah you know and now that you're sixty really can say and do whatever you want now I mean that's that's the best part of this whole thing I say to my kids all I said to make it all the time I think if they say oh there's this thing is going to restaurants and by the can you wear jeans and T. shirt no you have to wear sparkles not going yeah I have a war I literally have not worn a tie except for this one wedding of my nieces I have not worn a tie in five years I can't see a yeah I'm very said Williams when it comes to the member states will never work that's true I'm not saying I'm I'm as good as those guys understand I like their style it's awesome I suggest I wear jeans tee shirts and that's it and that's my life that's right about what you're lucky I'm wearing that because usually it's just I'm in my bathing suit and flip flops that really yeah okay with some kind of some kind of hockey comedian Denis Leary we'll talk a little history next on seven twenty WGN.
"denis leary" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Messages instead that's your that's your account so you do not have yet another triple negative ones of being negative again doesn't it yeah that's it all right I don't think I think I learned that in the positive maybe the future of the forty Niners starts today on draft day what the hell I did a movie I did to the customer we we should have seen it no I don't know like is only so terrible but it's it's an odd premise for a movie hello in our presence that thing gross at the box office profiting tonsillar much tomato either yeah the overhead resistance overhead was get the rights of the NFL's team names was probably all they had to do it right to the team in the member casar member the coach of the country's your guidance Denis Leary is the coach of the team all my god that's when he's coaching the Browns NFL coach yeah it's not there is any thank you didn't pay me three point seven five million a year to come over from Dallas yeah I don't know he's he's only number I'm smoking and drinking on my modern blitzes yeah I was going to go to he's got a problem do you know like you don't like the way doctors are on the team yeah Hey I I got a look at what it what it grows twenty nine and a half million worldwide who do you know what yeah I did it all take it if I'm the producer give me twenty have you worked in Hollywood this is that's a workman like twenty nine military on the way audiences delta farce the better day state by the way with money texted me yeah you are listening to America and our offensive register these sports leader Murph and mac on draft day start now good morning and welcome to the KNBR morning show with Brian Murphy and Paul McCaffrey sports that can be our studios sponsored by Reno's grand Sierra resort and casino here's Murfin bank draft day god bless god freakin bless so many people ask me I walk the dog around the neighborhood every staffing well it's always a president like are you are you are you are you going on the air thanks for tuning in this is an important way to watch your neighbors the equivalent question you could ask somebody else in their own line of work you know like the status of a lawyer you know he's still employed or whatever I don't know but or like you like it like Bruce Springsteen gets on for like a six month old network and he's like taking his garbage.
"denis leary" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"It lost all right he's walking and then we'll get started on your three questions and Donna if you are ready for them the subject once again is movies about animals and the timer starts after ask the first question which is what movies based on a book by ET whiten tells the story of a pig named Wilbur and his friendship with a barn spider Charlotte's web what two thousand seven Pixar movie follows a rat named Remy who dreams about becoming a chef in a Parisian restaurant gratitude and what two thousand two film features the voice of ray Romano John Leguizamo and Denis Leary said during the days of the AC I can you repeat the question what two thousand two film features the voices of ray Romano John Leguizamo and Denis Leary and is set during the days of the ice age I say expired please let Steve back inside the room these days he's Graham and real hard right now all right Steve are you ready for your three questions yeah no doubt about above the subject once again is movies about animals and the timer starts after ask the first question which is what movies based on a book by ET whiten tells a story of a pig named Wilbur and his friendship with a barn spider Charlotte's web what two thousand seven Pixar movie follows a rat named Remy who dreams of becoming a per region chef reddit to it and finally what two thousand two film features the voice of ray Romano John Leguizamo and Denis Leary and I said during the days of the icy I see what what year two thousand and two yeah I think the sequel was ice age continental drift and G. my right okay we shall not review question one of the call to pop culture knowledge the subject being movies about animals it goes like this one movie is based on a book by ET white and tells the story of a pig named Wilbur this friendship with a barn spider the answer looking for here Charlotte's web you both answer that correctly nowadays question to what two thousand seven movie follows a rat named Remy who dreams of becoming a chef in a Parisian restaurant the answer looking for here a threat to to eat you both answer that correctly rod and finally what two thousand two film features the voices of ray Romano John Leguizamo and Denis Leary and set during the days of the ice age the insulin for here is ice age you both into that privilege we.
"denis leary" Discussed on KTKR 760AM
"Stick in his hello my god when the foot so like a while later Denis Leary called me up which I stop talking we still on here tell me honestly restore America's this calls me up is is eight when was no if you want to play Friday supply what because we've been talking about golf hockey security of mind I I haven't I haven't played hockey in twenty five years and I I don't have any equipment together to get your son to ours with the with the ranger greats at the garden yeah you know on the ice as well I'm in so I could sleep but that night I wake up an hour later in a cold sweat my was was a mess this thing to be bringing me home in a body bag and so I go meanwhile the other hockey dads are up there going he's the bravest man in the world but I go in that locker room and run the game cam Neely is that right never worn equipment yeah as a hockey player and I'd never played on a rink ice so I see guys what's this **** does he feel legs okay okay great great great great anyway I skated my I skated my shift's almost had an assist fifteen thousand people but the best thing was I got home after practice next more of my son and my wife said you know that stationary that ranger stationary gave your son gave gave Jamie said yeah we started writing and for him to write anything at that age would have been more or less surprisingly flapped his arms and flew to the moon right and said January ninth nineteen ninety nine today was the best day of my life that's the best thing I could walk for two weeks and was the best thing I've that's exactly right Peter Gallagher here on the rich Eisen show and so that's at Madison Square Garden Madison Square Garden hello boys it Gallagher and I heard my name is only done something wrong and I said well if you know your names up in the bed of the in the rafters there right now Peter Gallagher here on the rich Eisen show you've to you I so your own some parts right there you played in the eighteen to the title page correct I did I played a few times and I played because of Jack Lemmon okay Jack Lemmon gave me my first set of golf clubs money we do a long day's journey into night okay and he was always talking about you know get get get get back I I got to play the eighteen T. if you give me for free and I had the remarkable experience of playing the A. T. and T. in I did this I tell the story for we should I don't know I don't know you give the radio the thing in the bank and we're just we're just here to have a conversation so good so some chicken off with Dan poll I've gotten that in the eighteen T. because I was doing a movie with Bill Murray in London okay you go to the driving range and hit these at the end Hey you want to play some golf and generate double seven man I would love to believe it's like the eighteen T. A. I'm not good enough to play in that I know then the but if Bill Murray in the field I had an eight captain Dan and I had no I remember the night before the thing started I was in the home my hotel room thinking one hi this is putting thing work right you know and but on the eight on an eighteen told pebbles our third round we tee off then pull pull cat and I and he says you know we're gonna make the cut we're twenty two under par we're gonna because every time he said I need a party you and I need a priority now and I remember over simply hand to be shaken but somehow if I made a bogey would be in that park yes I made a car would be in a bird which I mean we were twenty two wonder please and I'm thinking holy god I can't I can't make the cut that's going to kill lemon and that's it no he could be so proud of me yeah and so we're we're hit enough to the eighteenth green and there's a lemon and Dan dead but Dave tells the was his caddie that year because in Jack I'm going to make the cut this year I'm gonna work with you for a full year to be on your back into it so Jack is waiting with pals behind the eighteenth green jacket like this and they poses like that and go he's going to be so proud of me working with coming up to the green Anne I waive the Jack and you go to give give give give you you're gonna make the cut you ****.
"denis leary" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Know and then they remember there was this movie that my sister and I watched all the time when we were kids operation dumbo drop I don't know if anybody seen it like from nineteen ninety six like Denis Leary and they have to fly an elephant like through Thailand's my grandfather he's like in his late eighties at this point he latches on to this idea you're going to fly these cattle out of there you're going to do it there any wilderness might be like designated wilderness like you can't have machines in their their that high up but he starts making phone calls and he finds a helicopter pilot who's just like thinks it's the funniest thing he's ever heard and he agrees okay I'll do this I will fly these five cows out of the mountains for your privacy so that you can like die happy and so Bruce Gordon who's the helicopter pilot agrees but it's like pretty treacherous there yeah there fifteen miles from like any road the third over twelve thousand feet they can't lands because it's really snowing so they make this epic plan my dad into friends get in the helicopter and they have to jump out of the helicopter with a tranquilizer gun yeah and then swing one cow at a time and hang it below the helicopter and the helicopter has to fly eighteen miles to the nearest corral and thinking how off and then go back to pick up the next one so they do this successfully and everyone who drives by just keep stomping because the house like literally flying through in the winter it turns into a huge party because everyone's like I'm just going to go to my car and get a Nalgene full of tequila from the truck and severance like they're drinking there to kilo like ships are materializing big thermos of coffee and you know my grandfather probably did not break even on this proposition one eighty five pounds with no economic value left anymore but he preserved his pride and had a great party he feels group ranging in western Colorado and since then has tried her hand at least a great manager cheese maker teacher.
"denis leary" Discussed on KQED Radio
"More wild than the L. they were that while so you'd be riding out it's like gather the Sears and in the fall and like these ones which you coming and they would take off like fifteen feet likes maybe just go like up hill like straight up a cliff and you like how much to get those back so like normally we ride for about ten days in the year to gather all of our town back that fall this is like two thousand and three we rode for twenty days just looking for these fifteen spears like if they were we gathered a few of them and but is like November the snow was starting to come in five of them were still missing so my grandfather's pretty mortified because like everybody knows like like a small community everyone knows that you like a band in your house out there and it's a total joke I'm like really it's just crashing have but you know he kind of moves on Christmas time since December and one of my second cousins is home from college and he's the slick ethic Nordic skier so he's out like fifteen miles from any road he's up at like twelve thousand five hundred feet on haystack peak any finds these five year away and they're like totally snowed in there there there's trees called Krumm Holtz which are like kind of wind blown in there's this five thousand they're just bunkered down in there thank you can't walk anywhere else out of the Krumm holds because there's you know like this much snow and so make you know second cousin sees and he's like well found the cows any skis skis they're back down and he tells my grandfather so this like puts everything back into motion they're like scheming it's like this epic Christmas where we're spending the whole time like ninety five percent of our conversations really how are we going to get these powers out and no one has any idea so they organize a big ski party like twenty people go in with slides and Hey just to like keep him alive while we figure out what to do and my dad group on the east coast to his family's visiting and they think he's totally deranged like this is all he talks about now like my grandfather and my dad like are we gonna like you know built a giant wall again are we gonna fly and like you know and then they remember there was this movie that my sister and I watched all the time when we were kids operation dumbo drop I don't know if anybody seen it like from nineteen ninety six like Denis Leary and they have to fly an elephant like through Thailand's.