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"don adams" Discussed on Transition Virginia
"But i don't think Young can as randy a glaspie twenty seventeen campaign so i think It all depends on that is going to be A suburban swing back to the republicans. If so how big is it going to be. If not then will it can hold on and you know i would argue that. Let's say that there could be possibility that you know you have some of these democratic incumbents in competitive races who outrun mcauliffe. I think based on the two thousand nineteen results. I would say. There's a strong argument. That will could be one of the. I think there's a possibility that right. Has you mentioned that. Two thousand seventeen blue wave yet. Another one of those flips. That year was dawn. Adams knocked off mentally lou. Posse there in the richmond area this year. Delegate adams has a republican candidate mark early junior. Of course a marquee name in virginia politics. Chaz what do we make of this race for house district sixty eight. Yeah look this race was only so close. Given manolas posse was just such a very very wildly popular incumbent. This race was decided. By what like three hundred votes in twenty seventeen. I want to say and this seat is like one of the most rapidly trending toward the democrats rapidly left trending seats in the donald trump era It's a very i. It will only elect the most moderate of moderate republicans And mark early. Junior isn't really that manolas posse was but lou policy isn't here. It's marley junior. This is the seat that unless young can is winning the gubernatorial race is not gonna flip. So we've got this likely democratic. Just like the goose race. Eighty twenty In terms of odds. So i think don adams's likely to hold on the other thing to keep in mind too. I believe. correct me if i'm wrong. The airlines are from virginia beach or thereabouts. And therefore mark early does not necessarily have an established network in richmond. His dad also yes. Attorney general however not popular and some people would characterize it as getting run out of the party toward the end so early. Junior might be the best republican that they could come up with for the moment against on out of his but he had to move into the district. His family isn't really from around richmond. And i still think having a local person in districts around richmond matters less so than transient areas like the beach or northern virginia. But i think it still matters here so mark early junior also not his family not being super popular with the republican establishment in town. I don adams has been able to walk the line. Extraordinarily moderate republican and be inoffensive to the republican establishment in town. Another race in richmond worth talking about is house. District seventy two currently held by scholar. Van valkenberg now back in two thousand seventeen. This was a seat that flipped from our two de delegate. Jimmy massey did not running again so it was an open seat when it flipped to schuyler van valkenburgh this year. He's got a republican opponent. Christopher homes not the guitar player for the heavy metal band wasp at different chris. Holmes chestnutty come. What do we make of this race for house. District seventy two. Yeah i would say Schuyler scott a lean democratic race on his hands possibly likely democratic.
"don adams" Discussed on WBSM 1420
"Would love to hear from feedback again. Triple 8971. Yes, A G E. My dad said that my mom was very difficult to make laugh. And I remember a story that my grandfather once told me. When I would visit the farm in Huntsville, Alabama. My grandfather loved telling jokes, loved telling jokes. They weren't all that funny, but he thought they were And what he would do. He belong to a large and it's a big thing to go and tell jokes at a lodge so he would go to my mom his daughter and tell her jokes. And if she laughed, he knew that everybody would laugh because she was that difficult to make laugh. Now I could make my mom laugh. And when she would crack up, it would just be like the heavens were shaking. My mom and I were once watching television. And Don Adams, who played Get smart. Was on some program. It might have been Mike Douglas or something. I can't marry with the program, and he was telling this joke. And the joke was about a man named Schwartz. And she said and done. Adam said that at Schwartzes synagogue They had a charity drive. And Schwartz stood in the back and raised his hand. And he offered to contribute $2000. And they were really impressed. And when they went to collect the money He called his house. Fourth didn't answer. It went over to his home. Schwartz wasn't there. They sent a letter to his home. Schwartz didn't answer. They called sent letters not going to door for almost two months. No Schwarz. So about three months later. Synagogue is having another charity drive. And in walks shorts. And Schwartz raises his hand and office to donate $2000. Now, at this point, my mother starts cracking up. She started laughing so hard. All you saw was Don Adams mouth moving. You couldn't hear a word, he said to this day. I have no idea what the punch line of that joke is because she laughed so hard. I couldn't hear anything else and that she was leaving the mom. I'm trying to hear that she was astounded. Anybody could have that kind of chutzpah to raise his hand to contribute to grand when he didn't pay for the other two grand that it offered. She laughed so hard. I have no idea the punch line of that joke, and I said that to my dad. I said, Dad, You know the punch line of a joke, he said. I've never heard that joke before. Oh, My father, on the other hand, was quite easy to make laugh. He used to love it when I told him jokes, and I'll tell you something, having dementia, which he had near the end of his life, of course, is always a sad thing. But there is one silver lining. You could tell him the same joke over and over again, and my dad had to laughs. He had a fake laugh, and he had a real laugh. And I could tell that my dad had completely forgotten the joke because when he laughed, it was his real laugh. One of the jokes. I told him was this Guy goes to a bar. And he sees a man on the floor. Says to the bartender. Certainly this man is drunk. Give me the address. I'll take him home. Margin to give the guy the his address. He pulls the guy who tried to put him on the seat. He falls on the floor. Ray, the guy out of the guy's car. He falls the floor. Opens the door for the car pushes them in their drive The guy to his house go the round of the passenger side Open the door guy falls in on the street. Picks them up, leaning against a car falls in the street. Carries them up to the steps falls all the way down the steps. Great the guy back up to the steps Ring the doorbell. The guy's wife come to the door and says, Where's his wheelchair? Now, the people who told me that joke the guy told me that joke by the way with in a wheelchair, just so you know, and I don't know whether I should laugh or not laughing. Tell this to my dad and he's just cracking up the first time I told the joke. So is my dad. Fast forward has dementia. I told that joke again. He's on the floor. Come over to see him a few days later by dances. Do you have any new jokes? I said, Well, have that I have the joke that about the joke about the guy at the bar because what joke about the guy at the bar, and he realized he didn't Remember the joke? I told it to him again. He gives this real laugh. And so it was really quite easy for me to entertain my dad when he had dementia because I could tell him the very same joke over and over again. Also, I once pulled out my smart phone when I was over there. My dad said. What's that? I said it's called a smartphone. If there was a deal. And I said, Well, there's so many things, Dad. One of things does is you could you could receive and get data. He was really I said, Yeah. And you can send mail and getting get mail. It was really I think I got a recorder in. It was really And you got a global positioning system. So if you get lost, you can find out where you are. You get directions. It was really I think you can take notes. Because, really, I think the camera you can take pictures of those really. I'm talking to him about all the things a smartphone can do for, like, five minutes and he goes I thought you said it was a phone. Oh, yeah. Yeah, And also you can you can send and receive receive calls. Do I completely completely regard it's called a smartphone on and that one of the things they can do is you could make phone calls with it. But I was impressed that he remembered it. And there were certain things that he always remembered even though he had dementia. We're listening to watching a movie. The song came on, and I said, I can't think of the name of that song. My dad's It's called Take the A Train by Duke Ellington. And I didn't even realize he's paying attention. It's interesting how that works, isn't it? My dad and I start talking about how he would take us to the drive in And I told him and I would have been scared have told him we were younger. I was so afraid to go the driving because in everybody, something went wrong. My dad would start screaming, and it wouldn't be fun anymore, he said. Like what? I said, Remember the time we went to the drive in. It's called the Century Drive in And you sent Denis and me to go and get pizza. And you said, Do not turn the pizza upside down. Do not turn the pizza upside down. And, of course, Dennis turned the pizza upside down. And when you open the pizza, it was like an accordion. The box snapback shuts net that shut because all this cheese and my dad started screaming so much that it completely ruin the movie. Ruin the event ruin the affair. Everybody just wanted to go home. And poor Dennis is crying. It might ease. I told you not to put it upside down. Why'd you put it upside down? Why'd you put it upside down? And that's why we never liked going anywhere with you, Dad because inevitably something would go wrong and you would get mad and you blow up and ruin the whole evening, he said. Was I that bad? And I said, Well, then it's had no business turning the pizza upside down. If you hadn't warned them not to turn it upside down. He wouldn't turn it upside down. But he wanted to see what would happen. So turn it upside down. Didn't open. It brought it back. And of course, it ruin the pizza and you started screaming and ruin the evening. He just shook his head, he said. Well, You shouldn't turn it upside down as I agree. More about their father of your son to live eight hours when we come back. This is Larry over Triple 8971 s a G. Give me your.
"don adams" Discussed on WDRC
"Nostril swabs. No, it sounds like it ought to be a singing group. Referring to Governor Andrew Cuomo of New York. Now before the break you and I talked about, burn it down. Kate Brown and the special Curious interpretation of Who job as governor of the state of Oregon. Just to show you. It's not limited. You left this on the left coast. We had clear across the country to the Empire State of New York and that parody song that little Holiday tuned to laugh to keep from crying. You know the deal, right? Governor Cuomo After telling all New Yorkers stay home. Don't celebrate that way. You're good protecting people kind of like that. Weird Thanksgiving message We heard from Joe Biden earlier. But, you know, uh, Andrew Cuomo is feeling his oats, so to speak. The The M E people. I think it's the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences. The Emmy Award was given to Governor Andrew Cuomo for his quote leadership early in the pandemic with his televised press conferences. Let me just be honest with you. Not that I haven't been honest all day, but really when it comes to Governor Cuomo Don't think of him as this trail blazing, reassuring, Resolute Leader Truth. Behold, and this is this The truth Be told, I will hold it up for you transparently, albeit metaphorically to see on the radio. Fact is when, when? When I saw him With his younger brother. On CNN on several occasions. It sparked a memory. From my distant childhood. And if you're a boomer Especially if you were born in the late fifties, and we're sitting in front of the tube. As a toddler on up to about age four or five. You might remember before the days of Tennessee Tuxedo. The animators who did. Tennessee Tuxedo had another show King Leonardo. And Don Adams, who we remembers get smart. Also had that voice. He would act like a cornea. Yes, sire. So it was King Leonardo and his court here. The skunk OD cologne E. But wait for this is what I'm getting around to. The bad guys. When the king Leonardo cartoon Were biggie rat. And itchy brother. And it just hit me the other day. That childhood memory is made manifest. When I see the Cuomos, the governor of the state of New York and his big Little brother and CNN, it's Biggie red and itchy brother. And so, Bigby rant God cold down by the Supreme Court. Thanksgiving is remember was Thanksgiving Eve. Remember, it was with great ease. Governor Cuomo put all these rules on Dining in your home, and also he was trying to restrict the First Amendment. And the U. S. Supreme Court came down on him. Saying Wait a minute, The First Amendment. Does not allow foreign abridgment. Of the right. Worship, freedom of religion, and so he got smacked down. But there's old biggie red. When he heard about this, he said The ruling was an expression of the courts. Now get this philosophy and politics. Will Philosophy. Yes, And it is true that presidents of both parties have nominated members of the United States Supreme Court, but part of the judicial cannon is that if you are wearing a robe, you are not supposed to engage in the political rough and tumble. You're simply to examine the constitutionality of the issue. Before the court. And this wasn't ecumenical. Decision lawsuit filed By a Jewish synagogue. And the Catholic Diocese of Brooklyn. Ended up In front of the Supreme Court, Emergency Red and on Thanksgiving Eve. They said. Sorry, Biggie read, but you can't reduce The number of people who can show up at church. Or it's synagogue to offer things on Thanksgiving Day. Now now, what's very interesting about Cuomo? This. This whole any award has gone to his head. And let me just say candidly. I know that from time to time when I'm behind this, Mike Guest hosting for Lars. I do opine and I do offer clear cut opinion. But I hope it is not as grating. I hope it is not as nonsensical. I hope it is not as painfully. Unaware of self as the aforementioned governor Cuomo, a k a Biggie rat the other day on the hills of him getting that Emmy Award He decides to pick a bone with the sheriffs in upstate New York, who said of his limitation on gathering in homes. They weren't gonna enforce that. We take you now via audio to Albany, New York, This is cut eight. You have sheriffs upstate, who have said I'm not going to enforce. The law. Yeah. How we learn Force mint officer Says. Choose not to enforce that law. I believe that law enforcement officer violates his or her constitutional duty. I don't consider them a law enforcement officer because you don't have the right to pick Klaus. And you think you will enforce and you don't enforce laws that you don't agree with, right? That's not a law enforcement officer. That's a dictator. Wow. Biggie Rad is painfully unaware.
"don adams" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Dear Father, Dear Son and have a happy Thanksgiving on this it Larry over the book is called Your Father. Dear Son to live eight hours. The number's triple eight. 971 s a G triple 89717243 not taking any calls right now. But I would love to hear from feedback again. Triple 8971 s a G E. My dad said that my mom was very difficult to make laugh. And I remember a story that my grandfather once told me. When I would visit the farm in Huntsville, Alabama. My grandfather loved telling jokes, loved telling jokes. They weren't all that funny, but he thought they were And what he would do. He belonged to a large and it's a big thing to go and tell jokes at a lot so he would go to my mom his daughter and tell her jokes. And if she laughed, he knew that everybody would laugh because she was that difficult to make laugh. Now I could make my mom laugh. And when she would crack up, it would just be like the heavens were shaking. My mom and I were once watching television. And Don Adams, who played Get smart. Was on some programming might have been Mike Douglas or something. I can't marry with the program, and he was telling this joke. And the joke was about a man named Schwartz. And she said and done. Adam said that at Schwartzes synagogue He had a charity drive. And Schwartz stood in the back and raised his hand. And he offered to contribute $2000. And they were really impressed. And when they went to collect the money He called his house. What didn't answer. They went over to his home. Shorts wasn't there. Sent a letter to his home. Schwartz didn't answer. They called sent letters not going his door for almost two months. No Schwarz. So about three months later. Synagogue is having another charity drive. And in walks shorts. And Schwartz raises his hand and offers to donate $2000. Now, at this point, my mother starts cracking up and she started laughing so hard. All you saw was Don Adams mouth moving. You couldn't hear a word, he said to this day. I have no idea what the punch line of that joke is because she laughed so hard. I couldn't hear anything else and that she was Landry the mom. I'm trying to hear that. She was astounded. Anybody could have that kind of chutzpah to raise his hand to contribute to grand when he didn't pay for the other two grand he'd offered. She laughed so hard. I have no idea the punch line of that joke, and I said that to my dad, I said, Dad, you know the punch line of a joke? He said. No. I've never heard that joke before. Oh, My father, on the other hand, was quite easy to make laugh. He used to love it when I told him jokes, and I'll tell you something, having dementia, which he had near the end of his life, of course, is always a sad thing. But there is one silver lining. You could tell him the same joke over and over again, and my dad had to laughs. He had a fake laugh, and he had a real laugh. And I could tell that my dad had completely forgotten the joke because when he laughed, it was his real laugh. One of the jokes. I told him was this Guy goes to a bar. And he sees a man on the floor. Says to the bartender. Clearly this man is drunk. Give me the address. I'll take him home. Marching to give the guy the address. Pulls the guy I tried to put him on the seat. He falls on the floor. Ray, the guy out of the guy's car. He falls the floor. Opens the door for the car pushes them in their drive. The guy to his house goes around to the passenger side. Open the door guy falls in on the street. Picks him up, leaning against a car falls in the street. Carries them up to the steps falls all the way down the steps. Crazy guy back up to the steps Ring the doorbell. The guy's wife come to the door and says, Where's the wheelchair? Now, the people who told me that joke the guy told me that joke by the way with in a wheelchair, just so you know, and I don't know whether I should laugh or not laughing. Tell this to my dad and he's just cracking up the first time I told the joke. So is my dad. Fast forward has dementia. I told that joke again. He's on the floor. Come over to see him A few days later. My dad says, Do you have any new jokes? I said, Well, I have. I have the joke that about the joke about the guy at the bar because what joke about the guy at the bar and realized he didn't Remember the joke? I told it to him again. He gets this real laugh. And so it was really quite easy for me to entertain my dad when he had dementia because I could tell him the very same joke over and over again. Also, I once pulled out my smart phone when I was over there. My dad said. What's that? Said, called a smartphone. If that was the deal. And I said, Well, there's so many things, Dad. One of things does is you could you could receive and get data. He goes really I said, Yeah. And you can send mail and getting get mail. It was really I think I got a recorder in. It was really And you got a global positioning system. So if you get lost, you can find out where you are. You get directions. It was really I said you could take notes because really, I said the camera. You can take pictures of those really. I'm talking to him about all the things a smartphone can do for, like, five minutes and he goes I thought you said it was a phone. Oh, yeah. Yeah, And also you can you can send and receive receive calls. Do I completely completely regard it's called a smartphone on and that One of the things that can do is you could make phone calls with it. But I was impressed that he remembered it. And there were certain things that he always remembered even though he had dementia. We're listening to watching a movie. The song came on, and I said, I can't think of the name of that song. My dad's It's called Take the A Train by Duke Ellington. And I didn't even realize he's paying attention. It's interesting how that works, isn't it? My dad and I start talking about how he would take us to the drive in And I told him and I would have been scared have told him we were younger. I was so afraid to go the driving because inevitably, something went wrong. My dad would start screaming, and it wouldn't be fun anymore, he said. Like what? I said, Remember the time we went to the drive in. It's called the century Drive in And you sent Denis and me to go and get pizza. And you said, Do not turn the pizza upside down. Do not turn the pizza upside down. And, of course, Dennis turned the pizza upside down. And when you open the pizza, it was like an accordion. The box snapback.
"don adams" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Stand up comedy there from Don Adams. You may have recognized that voice Don Adams, of course. And the car starting problem. Good morning. I'm Dave Cereal. It's Saturday morning. And that means you ought to know. Doesn't phone lines open? We'd love to have you So please give us a call. 4 10 Wcbm 6 80. That's for one out. 92266 80 outside of Baltimore. Call us toll free at 1 800 Wcbm 6 80 phone lines open. Give me a call. Let's talk to Sharon. She's in Mount Washington. Good morning to you, Sharon. My days. How you doing? Great. Good to talk to you this morning. Good. Yes, I am 74 years old and 11 for 11 for there's nothing wrong with my 2013 Toyota Corolla, Except I can't say. What do you mean, You can't see what's going on there. What's going well, I mean, I didn't realize I thought I was losing it until I drove my friends compact SUV. No. Oh, my God, An epiphany. So I just decided, And also with all the new safety features around and this may I may not be my last car. But I decided to go with the sub compact SUV or cross over. Okay. I'm torn between. I thought drove myself and my friends and this car dealers crazy. And, um, finally note it down to the 2021 Subaru Cross Trick Limited and Hyundai Kona Ultimate And aside from the new safety features, the two that make it necessary to upgrade to these top models are that I want power seats, and I went the backup keeping women you know, backing up to something and you have to take some accessories. You wanna be like a big truck driver. That's what got you. I d. Oh, if I could have a helicopter, I would, but you know, fathers apart. Anyway. Both cars get good reliability. I keep cars a long time. So the model year is not a deciding factor. I've heard that the Subaru's gonna be more costly their own because the higher repair costs I don't I don't buy that. No. Okay, the prices you're close enough to make the decision of tough one. So, um and not the other thing is that I may have toe switch when them. This is just a woman thing where like the The interior is black leather on the Subaru, and I think that's gonna be a nightmare involved more summers so I may have to, But that's that's well, Let's let me give you let me give you a little bit advice. You could take it or leave it. You know, that is as good advice is, it's always that's up to you. And you're the one spending the money if I was you First of all that black leather in the summer is not going to be that bad in modern cars. First of all the windows tinted all already from the factory. Air conditioning is so much better. Ah, lot of these have even air conditioned seats. Okay? What's your Subaru? I don't think you make me a check, but it may it may be available, okay, but it's not as bad as it used to be, Okay? And I would really recommend the Subaru over the Hyundai. Now there's two reasons why, Okay, one. The longevity of engines and transmissions, and Subaru's is really well known. They had quality cars for years and years and years. And that would be something that I would consider Hyundais and the keys are doing very well on the initial qualities. But we're talking long term. We haven't seen a major increase and engines and transmissions very, very expensive to replace. So that's where I would go with the Subaru and also This has nothing to do with the decision making, But there's a recall right now for the Hyundai Tona evey, which is the battery operated one. But there are some. There are some situations there that I think the Subaru would be the better choice. And I think you'll also get better resale value on the Subaru. If you decide to sell it in five or six years, so that would be my choice. I don't think either one of them is a bad choice. The good news is there's very few really bad cars out there being made. The quality of cars have improved drastically over the years, but if I had my druthers And I tell you, you just can't have enough brothers got to tell you. I don't know. I love brothers. Once you get to the point of you have too many druthers. There's other things to be concerned about. But I would go with a Subaru. Thank you so much. I must tell you, though, I drove my Honda Civic for 17 years. Oh, the great cars. You're grounded out. And now I wanted something a little bit different. And that's okay. You could get 100 out. That's no Bob so much. You are fabulous sharing. Very nice call. I appreciate you calling me. Thank you so much about my by. Paul is in Parkville. Hello there, Mr Paul? Yeah. Thank you. And you didn't do this on purpose, but I have to recommend the Subaru to have had to have the O Subaru. Have the cross track. There's gold here. Plenty of visibility out there. It runs like a top. It gets good guest knowledge. It's comfortable.
"don adams" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Here on talk radio 6 80 wcbm. I've got a little article out of the paper that I thought might have bean might be of some interest to you folks who are going Christmas shopping it Zez that they're developing a new car and that will be powered by electricity on this electrically powered car crossed about $5000 that Z $1000 for the car. On $4000 for the extension cord. It might be a nice present. I imagine that a lot of the folks looking in tonight I'm married, especially the men on and, uh, and those of you who are married, probably very familiar with thing called women's intuition. Yeah, well, for those of you who are still bachelors and don't know too much about this. I should like to explain briefly how it works. For example, it's a cold morning and the car won't stop and tried everything that you know how you clean the spark plugs. You clean the car. Brady charged the battery. Nothing helps the car won't start. And your wife walks in. And you say, Honey, the car won't start And she says, Of course, the boat is loose on the license plates. So you smile and you tighten the bolt on the license plate. Not only does the car stopped But the dashboard clock that hasn't worked in four years. Some great stand up comedy there from Don Adams. You may have recognized that voice Don Adams, of course. And the car starting problem. Good morning. I'm Dave Cereal. It's Saturday morning. And that.
"don adams" Discussed on The Road to Rediscovery: A Life-Learning Journey for Growth
"He came home one day and said, you know who Don Adams is from get smart and a golf course and he goes I asked him to give me advice for you since you want to be an actor so badly and this is when I'm probably about ten or eleven years old and off and he he said that Don said to him. He said Wally tell him to forget about it. It's it's maybe 10% talent and 90% off, you know, and that's a that's a good. Adams impression man. Get smart when you believe so. So I just you know, I was frustrated but I had to ReDiscover myself. I had to adapt and and started taking my performing talents in a classroom. Whenever the history thing. I I would ask the teacher. Can I can I make our history studies now on Ancient Egypt into like a news report and I did way before Saturday Night Live was doing their news report things like that. I do a news report from Pharaoh's Den, you know or yeah from different time periods, and she was like thrilled and and get the laughs I needed and the education I remember doing that a fifth grade and sixth grade. I'd actually written actually fourth grade. I wrote a horror play with wolf and Dracula and Frankenstein in it, and it was acted out for class. And so I you know, I had the drive I had the desire starting in about seventh grade. I had a dog. Teacher educator actually put me in on stage and some variety shows and then you know big production of the Year good it was Junior High that I started getting on stage and wage in ninth grade. I had a an acting teacher drama coach really believe in me and put me in the lead in production of Light Spirit was doing a lot of class work and seen work going into high school did a lot of Productions in and then I started whenever possible even earlier on getting on sets. I remember the the fa the guy from Zimbalist jr. Show was shooting an episode right near where I lived in 1971 and I went and recognized an actor the guests that week was Monty Python come from a show. He's still working out and I was a big fan of his show the second hundred years and I recognized I called him on it and he was really pleased that this month. 11 year old kid knew who he was and he got called off the set and I had just graduated fourth grade and I had my report card with me, okay? I think that was maybe fifth grade. Anyway, another actor. They're asked to see my report card and I showed it to him and he said hey kid, I like the took the a in English. That's good. You need that for acting be in history. That's okay. What's this G in math? Right? How're you going to know if your agents cheating you and I write write off and I had told them I wanted to be an actor and so I was getting encouragement. I remember in high school walking home instead of taking the bus home because I had heard Mel Brooks was shooting his next movie in the neighborhood in Santa Monica. Yeah. So walking up the Promenade I started to see men and women in Victorian evening wear and I was like, oh it must be around here and I saw a a gentleman about your size but his his mustache was was flapping and he was in his office. Sido Victorian tuxedo I said Excuse. Excuse me, sir. Your your mustache is coming off and it goes. Oh is it? Oh, thank you. And you look down having it says who are you? I'm an actor and it goes out. Can you tell me what have you been?.
"don adams" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Great stories about how you met at that restaurant there in New England called with the 18 12 18 12 houses 18 12 house and they knew you guys were coming when it was time to get together and be creative. But let's talk a little bit about The preview before we get to underdog Tennessee Tuxedo. Ah quote educational cartoon you preview predate Sesame Street by good 10 12 years. Don't you tell me about the concept behind an educational cartoon back Well, General Mills had warning toe to put together at least on educational segment, and they had showed they had the Bullwinkle show at that time, and they were thinking about doing an educational element and warden Scott had rejected the idea. They have the creators of Rocky and Bull right, and they had rejected the idea. So we were asked Jen. I have. We thought we could do an educational element. Now they didn't really expected to attract an audience. They were just going to stick it into a show and sort of forced it Cousteau art, But we said yes, we thought we could actually and we like to do a show, not just an element, not just on episode. For the whole show, and they can't possibly do it. But we sat down and tried to figure out a way to make kids want toe watch education and the concept simply wass. Get him up a tree, throw rocks at him and then Find a way to get it down, and it was finding a way to get him down. That was the education in Tennessee. Tuxedo, of course, was was very successful. And what again? The question that people might have is Wyatt. Tuxedoed penguin from Tennessee. And I know you go into it in the book, but it's really interesting how you come up with the animals and the concepts for these cartoons. Well, actually thie case of Tennessee. The Penguin came because it is a shame to say you might not like it, but we saw Don Adams And when we saw died annals for some reason, both of us if he looks like a penguin on Adams will be who becomes the eventual smart But in that in those days what? He was working as a comic stand up comic. We saw him on the Ed Sullivan show. Very funny, Very funny man. And he looks to you like a penguin. He looked like a penguin that way. And then we look for we had. Obviously, if you've got a penguin, that tuxedo part is ah Is obvious, but we wanted what we call a name. First name with what we call top spin. That simply means it has advertising value. So we took Tennessee because the kid's looking at books when reading books if every time they came to the state of Tennessee or any other person named Tennessee They would think of our character. I think of Tennessee Ernie Ford right off the bat..
"don adams" Discussed on Q95
"No black and white box I'll be there for any others image site is full of paper and you know just Waller in its own grease for for three Bucks more you'll be able to have any pizza on the menu and and I got one call to the dates of hazard it's a great it's just the pizza you ordered and leans serve batching learning talent checkered certain days he did for their cheeks hang on come back the lack of lack of rivers meet members of the letter thing Peterson thing about Dan however most sixty six times I've been watching a lot of them during quarantines we watched everything on Netflix already twice and a bigger is a tribute to don Adams on loan to the bank maintains in the shape of issue call it that sharks get shirt tonight to make the connections and I was in it if you live all right when you go live the pizza I got a tribute to my mom feels his favorite actors who's not afraid to ask her to read read one online is pizza that Donna Maria okay Donna reed here's the slogan that's leading right now okay for the new for the new slogan for me check because check the gate this is what you farted for theme song what do you know yeah if it ain't broke up that's right yeah that that's good but the thing is you need something you can say notice what you farted for I'd say I want how bout you to take off so bad anywhere you go people she's yelling at yeah now back hello Bob and Tom show good morning this is Dick it's water sitting in for Jack off mines Jack.
"don adams" Discussed on KHVH 830AM
"Can't wait to get back to Vegas with the hendo is my hair the fact there soon no worries got to get through the current madness take twenty four to thirty eight thirty K. H. B. H. April thirteenth a thousand twenty under way what happened the state in history you find out now if their friends which days you're you're on the state update for April thirteenth the Jefferson memorial was dedicated in Washington DC today in nineteen forty three on this date in nineteen seventy an oxygen tank aboard Apollo thirteen explodes on the way to the moon starting in amazing drama that ended four days later with the crew returning safely to earth as millions of people around the world each year and the young Tiger Woods won his first major golf tournament today in nineteen ninety seven he took the prestigious masters by a record twelve strokes born on this date get smart actor don Adams the real outlaw Butch Cassidy and soul singer Al Green hi Mitch Davis and that's your on the state update April thirteenth nineteen seventy after the conclusion of a planned broadcast as many of you who have watched the movie Apollo thirteen no Jack swagger and asked to stir the oxygen tanks which precipitators explosion on the space craft and then it was a race to see if you can get all three astronauts back alive Jim Lovell Fred Haise and Jack swagger one of the songs used in the movie Norman Greenbaum spirit in the sky great movie and it just happened to be a real life thing and happened to St fifty years ago and by the way Jack.
"don adams" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Oh four five and six eight weeks sports leader. Hey ready Mr T. here for Xfinity football started baseball he now we at the ana races then we really don't have any of that in fact we have no peta races. can I interest in a wild card race can intrusion that I sound like don Adams and gets smart we have we have better races know what can I interest you in a mildly entertaining wild card race but we will have played out in October and then there it will truly be on one of the best sports months on the calendar and hate to keep up with it all with Xfinity and we're gonna do and your Xfinity X. one voice remote say it home where the NBA but make baseball playoffs you know sometimes a little tricky is on fox FS one is on ESPN David have baseball playoffs I don't think so but maybe they might I'm TBS might even have it only wants to be as early but I want to check out there I have to do is say it. baseball playoffs or say Dodgers I know you hate to say it around here also the other team that you know he's a Dodgers in their team it'll pop up for college football NFL football say it and it appears you love football stats have those for you do with your X. one voice remote everything is injured will not figured his vocal cords say it and it appears real time analytics you have standings you can find out your players are doing on your fantasy team whether be football..
"don adams" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"You have folks walking around and ties with reflective sunglass asked. Why were you scared in there and then the question is were you scared or and did you see people drink from toilets or is that working on the scared small brainers and you? You're the puppet master of the small brainers so you're going to get all these people scared and then you'll control them once you scare them. You can control them if it's crazy thing. I never know why there's no follow up questions like what do you mean you were scared from the toilet. The nude bomb trailers funny. Oh let's see now this is we have devastating studying. The fate made the entire world is in your hands access. Martin is a fool and a bump cannot be careful with your gun misty by that much so he's weird when you have got a catchphrase missed it by not much and where we used to say that back and forth on I was a kid all the time our form of entertainment also it always strikes me as funny that Hugh Hefner at the later part of his life which is have guys like don atoms combine like have movie night play cards on moving in and he must have said to like the twenty three year old runaway peroxide blase good news big celebrities coming tonight Leonardo whose today have you seen the nude bomb all right ladies you sitting down average age twenty one and seven months John Atoms. You mean Don Draper Jon Hamm. I Dunno those names but we have the Don Adams coming here nines. We're playing PEA knuckle at this kitchen table. Come on sweetheart. You're born nineteen ninety six. I think you know who don Adams as sewer who doesn't know the beloved and smoke in Hut Don Adams done one of the biggest greatest comedic minds of our generation chaos control. Mel Brooks worked on this Mel's coming is well. He's he's gotTa. He's gotta be what the Heck. I love her Brooke Burs. I don't know that dude. This is a big deal now. Dons nurse slash handler says we only have a a couple of hours with him so whatever that means but you gotta get busy with them. You get pissed. Oh I love yourself in the door. Oh Hello John Adam yes. It is me star station screen dot. What's your name uncle? Go all right the police. You've seen get smart. GET SMART. How many times right yelled at you get smart? That's what I thought you were saying. GET SMART The I'll take Ramirez. There's a change in the other pajamas cammy. This is a real who's on first situation. Get Smart Smart Smart Art getting abby all right one more guys coming Buck Henry on he's bringing starbucks. Oh I'm GonNa need it for done. Adam says a a pig. I told you knew me Mel Brooks and Buck Henry. Would you get smart calculator with Don. Adams is one of those guys Mr Khan is at the door. No Yeah Yeah Oh forget about Scott. This is Jane..
"don adams" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Nothing else to call on stock and you white folks in and you say hunting car won't stop. And she says across the vote is loose on the license plate. So you smile and you tighten the boat on the license plate. Not only does the cost. The dashboard clock that hasn't worked in. That's done atoms in one of his early stand up routines. The car starting problem. And what is good about? That is Don must've really known about cars because he really for that era. Nailed a lot of the no start conditions. Very very good. So Don Adams, of course, one of my favorite guys. Get smart to this day my favorite sitcoms. If you wanna call it, a sitcom, my favorite thirty minute sitcom, ever, and I'm that's it ever. I'm date Syria with Saturday morning. And that means you ought to know, let's get back to the phones and talk with Joan in park. Ville hi Joan, how are you? Good morning, Dave. And thanks about. I got a hold of you. There you go Glenn. You can hang in there. I can t every Saturday. Thank you. Age the real problem. I hope you can help me. Okay. I have lost both in my car keys. Mckay. I did this core couple months ago from. Steeler cormac. Uh-huh. Anyway, that helped me or can you give me suggestions pal? I can get the is it a used car from them. Or was it a new car from them? Okay. What what making model? Did you have? It's a two fourteen. Okay. Honda CR v. You can go right up the heritage Honda right at a Harvard road. Okay. And they can make a key for you. What you need to do. Is you need to take your registration with you? And prove that you own the car, and they should be able to off of that make a key for you. Vegetation. I don't need to number registered been number is on the registration VIN number, and they'll also have proof that you take your driver's license with you. So you can prove who you are. Okay. They wanna make sure that nobody's trying to steal the car. Okay. Ending. Let them know that keys were misplaced and you need another key. And they should be able to take care of it for you. Back with the costs. No because it all varies between different models. But I would say I hate to say this, but it may be as much as two hundred dollars it now. Exactly. It's a planner right now, we need to get it started. So they should be able to take care of it for you. And the good news is that you go to the parts department, and they're the ones they're going gonna handle it for you. Okay. Thank you so much for all your help. Wish you to Joan. Thank you. Greg is in Baltimore. Hey, greg. How you doing? Good, sir. Thanks for holding on. Funny night. There gets Marchetto as a lot of the guest by. Buck. Buck Henry absolute. Oh, really? I I love that already. I'm telling you. I thought be best show ever was hilarious from start to beginning. And you know from Heine kill the lights to the professor. Admiral the Admiral who could never stand up. I mean, they had such great characters and no show to this day. No show to this day. Almost Seinfeld got close. But no show to this day had as many lines that are still popular today. You somebody says, you know, I missed that. I guarantee you missed it by that much and that guy follow it up with sorry about that chief. I mean, there are more lines from that show than any other show in history. Favorite favorite time? I hear the word chaos. Say. And loving. For ninety nine Arbor fell. Absolutely. She was she was she was a hot Tamale. I'm telling you. All right. We digress. We'll get. I do for you. Mr. About that. Ranger. I'm a career. It has almost four hundred thousand miles on it. You can smell it. When it's running that wheel bond in I'm news in about a quarter oil every about twelve hundred miles on it. The rings are starting to burn out on it. Yeah. I would think so or or the valve seals either one. Problem for the I was just going to run until a die. But I've got an emission control testing thing yesterday in the mail and the check engine light is on now. Well, then don't worry about it now worry about so I just run it. With our throw actually just baby it, so you don't get a lot of smoke out of the exhaust that, and if it hooks up to their computer system, and there's no codes get out of there. You're good. I really want to check not to worry about. Doc young take care of that today. Okay. Good luck. Questionnaire play out because I don't want to get your same with as many miles as on. Play out. Not ready to die on me. As far as Klay out of what way I mean? How much notice is gonna give you. Yeah. Well, I mean, it could be going. Well. Now, it's gonna make noise. Okay. And that'll be a noise you're not gonna hear. I mean, you're not gonna love it's going into the lower bearings. Probably because of oil though, but keep an eye on the level as long as you keep an eye on the oil metal. Yeah. Then you be able to get a lot of miles out of it. So just keep on plugging away. I wouldn't I wouldn't do different either. Okay. When it's down the Senate junk yard. We'll level is the most important thing. I'm good on that k-. Thanks. Greg. Have a great Easter. Bye. Luke is in Cockeysville. Hey, Luke, how you doing? How are you doing good? Very good. Biblical name on Easter weekend, sir. I know it's the good morning. Saga saturday. Yes, sir. I on. Thousand seven okay, whenever I the or on the regular speed or about fifty to sixty give me the speed that I want. Okay. It's not ready. It's not registering. The speed you want is that what you're saying? Or it's not going as fast as you want. Okay. All righty, and I had to sit in by technician into shop. And they said that it could be excess and giving estimate. Hi, had who have the place Xhosa spin. Right. And because didn't they might just a converter inside the very very good possibility estimate. Did they give you Luke? Well, I was very surprised because me about bin thousand four thousand what you need to do is you're in the Cockeysville oh area, and there's a shop shop that I recommend in Cockeysville. It's called Babcock's. Okay. The right on Cockeysville will Rhode I need you before you say yes to these folks, I need you to take your vehicle over to them. Let them diagnose it also. And give you an estimate. I guarantee you they can save you money. And may also will be one hundred percent, honest with you. I guarantee you that. So but isn't a catalytic converter. They will let you know. Because sometimes there's misdiagnosis when it comes to that. But I would recommend taking it bad cock on Monday, and let them take a look at it where exactly to thirty seven Cockeysville all road. Okay. Right in the heart of Cockeysville. Oh, okay. And I'll give you their phone number. So they can get direct. To get there. Okay. Okay, sir. You can write it down ready. Okay. Four one zero seven eight five five seven eight five twenty seven seventy seven seventeen. So that's four one seven eight five two seven seven zero. Brad will probably answer the phone on Monday morning. They may be there now until noon if you want to call them, but I definitely would recommend them taking a look at it. And let them give you an estimate of what it needs. In your own opinion, the problem, I guess that kind of. Yes, it could be the catalytic converter. I don't think you have to have your holy saw system replace. And I don't think it has to be between three and four thousand dollars. That's why I'm telling you to talk to the guys at Bangkok. Oh, okay. Okay. Giving the fame. That's that's an extreme cost. And you don't wanna do that. So let's talk the Babcock. I think they're going to save you some money. I think you're gonna call me next week. Thank me. That's what I think. It's the sum of diction service given. Well, maybe it could be a factor that too, but catalytic converter is definitely a possibility. I'm getting the problem. So that's. Or facing excessive Stanley. They're probably correct on that bad. Cock will confirm that and they're going to give you a better estimate. Okay. All right. Thank thank you. Thank thank you. All right..
"don adams" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"I'm laughing in the studio because I've seen that so many times if you've ever seen that what he hits the check your seat up there. His limp body falls behind that little tiger sunbeam. He runs up to the car and says, let's go that's hilarious. Now, of course, Don Adams, Barbara feldon and the crew of get smart. I'm Dave Syria. It's Saturday morning. And that means you ought to know eight to ten right here on C B M. Hey, it's to be with you live broadcast the ninth of February. And you could give us a call at four ten WCBS six eighty. Let's go to the phones and talk with gene in Columbia. Good morning, gene. Dave obey the only one to call today to says there's nothing wrong with my car. Hey, that's good news. Kark situation a different way. My wife had a serious medical issue in the middle of December. Okay. It was told that she not by law, but suggested that she shouldn't drive for three months. All right. Well, I can't drive either. Because I have a visual impairment. Okay. So what we've been doing is having my son or friend in addition to taking this grocery store. Sure. Take a car out and put about go somewhere for dinner or lunch or someone put about fifteen twenty miles on a car once a week good. Got it sits in the driveway. That's okay. Yes, you're doing fine. I would continue to do that. And hopefully, she'll be on the men real soon in both of you can get out there. And but I think that'll be fine. All right. I did do regional purpose was just to do to battery. But I guess sometimes I've heard you try to go delivered Columbia 175 release. Get it up to fifty miles an hour for several minutes. Ensure yeah, that'll be fine. And the the modern cars do real well with that. And you're giving the, you know, the Angela, but a workout too. So everything is good. What about the gas? Well, any new gas and in two months? That's okay. You could go probably six or seven months would that gas there without a problem as long as you're going to fill it back up again when you get down to a half a tank probably wouldn't be a bad idea to top it off. And I deal with Darren ensuring cross he's a guy isn't he I tell you. He was in his studio last week and he flew down here. Just for the show, which I just cracks me up. We had a great. Time. He really is. He's good. Because I don't have auto repair. Him. I'll tell you a quick story. Sure. Took what Carter is car this row four they have about two years ago. And I wanted him to rotate to tyre chapter breaks. Do this do that is do windshield wipers, right? So he calls me up when he's almost done said, Jane, I I really don't think you need windshield, wipers, stay look pretty good there. You get those people would have just slap on there had been done with them. Exactly. He's definitely honest. I've known him since one thousand nine hundred eighty four and we've been good friends, and I can always be assured that what I send somebody to sharing cross car care with Darren and also junior they're going to do a great job. All right. Hey, thanks, gene, the call abide, by the way, the caller before that we were talking about Michelle in Severn about her rogue. There is a possibility that maybe the Shifter assembly could be just a little bit off. Meaning that may need to be jiggled or moves a little bit. Sometimes when they sit there and park, they feel like they're sitting there in park, but the actual be just a little far out and that will stop the vehicle from starting also always a possibility. So just letting you know about that, Michelle. And by the way, Michelle you can always give me a call during the week. I'd love to hear about the transmission repair that you had done to the transmission, I'm Dave Serio. This is you ought to know we went from Gina Columbia. Let's go right to Carol in white Marsh. Hey, Carol how you doing? Pretty good. I got a question for you. Okay. Racially audit to new tires from a. Shape, shipper and suggested or recommended that the replaced the tires replaced on the rear of the vehicle and not the fun which kind of what kind of car. Do you have it? So it's going to be going on a two thousand six or five hundred. Okay. That is a front wheel drive vehicle. I never understood why you wanna put the best tires on the wheels that just follow even though you may have traction control. But I'm sure it's not an all wheel drive is it, no. Yeah. I would recommend putting them on the front. That's just me. That's what I've always done. There's there's a number of different thought processes out there. But my thought processes the turning wheels the power wheels. Or you want your best hires now in saying that if you have a tires on for seven thousand miles, you're then supposed to rotate. Okay. Which means then the best hires? We'll be going on the rear. So I don't think it's really a big factor either way. But when I buy brand new tires, and I have I have power wheels is not an all wheel drive vehicle or it's not a four wheel drive. You have actually either front wheel drive or rear wheel drive. I put the tires where the power is. Well, that's what I usually do it. Also, I trial. So even real drive equal put the best tires on my front. So that feeling that I have a better control within tires on the front new anyway shooter tires, right? No one will argue with you on that. In fact, either way is okay. But I would put them on the front, but then at seven thousand miles again when it comes time to rotate the tires, which I definitely would recommend. They're going to go on the rear anyway. So it's not a big point. But I'm used to doing putting the tires where the power is. Yup. Okay. Well, thank you very much. Appreciate it. No problem. Carol, thanks for the call. Appreciate it. Bye. Carl Maryland line. How are you Carl? Hey, buddy. How you doing? I'm doing. Well, miss. You guys up there at parked in Maryland line. Come on. No, no way to get warm. And then I'll talk about it. Okay. Imagine there's gonna be a car survey at the Amish market good offer Shrewsbury from London to three right beater car show. So. Wants the people come from down. All the Karcher down on valley. Sure. That's fantastic. And there'll be some nice cars there too. I guarantee you the Amish market is a great place to have a car show. What's the weather? Look like, it'd be the fifties. Fifteen twenty three. Okay. Okay. Must have just missed them. Warm temperature. Sorry about that. Because I knew it was going to go back to getting cold. Again, didn't how soon. Yeah. We had a cold front. Come through layer, smells, like it's. Okay. Okay. Well, I mean as long as it's not super Wendy. That's still very tolerable out there. And that's a nice area for show really is open in the right on that lot whole Thomas. Yes, sir. Well, have fun. What what beater or are you taking there? I'm going to bring my John Deere tracking. I'll have a lot of good. Well, the John Deere. Tractor sounds good. With no problem up there at the Amish market. But it's it's a lot of stuff. It's hilarious manageability as well. Good. Well, I hope you have a good time. And we'll try to get some of the folks up there. So folks, if you're listening right now make your way up what does the time frame again eleven to two eleven to three eleven to three. Okay. And that's the Amish market right right off the interstate eighty three you could see it right in Shrewsbury, and you can see it right off the interstate eighty three as you make your way up over the Maryland line to Shrewsbury is the best place to get off the exit last exit in Maryland, thirty seven exit thirty seven. Yes, I'll take that. I'll take thirty seven straight up your clothes which. All the way up and it's called the trail. If you're coming up from the Baltimore area or hunt valley area, you're gonna take exit thirty seven the last exit in Maryland. And that is gonna take you right to York road. Make a right hand turn road and follow that straight up to the Amish market. Sounds like a lot of fun, Mr.. Yeah. It's about five six miles from the Maryland PA line. You got it will enjoy. Thank you, gene. Thanks for letting us know. Okay. Okay. Stay warm YouTube, buddy. Bye. Bye. All right. We're taking a break MAC and just a few moments. I'm Dave Serio every Saturday morning. Eight AM to ten AM. You're listening to me on WCBS. And by the way, you could take w CDM with.
"don adams" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"AM six thirty Washington's mall, W A L or Washington comes to or know how far it went. Yeah. Right. You're cosponsoring. And you didn't read it. Okay. Well, we'll we'll put it. We'll put it as we always do two possibilities. You're completely completely ignorant. And don't deserve to be a lawmaker. How could you co sponsor a Bill and not read it or you're lying? You're lying. The backpedalled comes from FOX as Virginia. Governor Ralph northern is defending himself amid fierce criticism that he suggested a child could be killed after birth. In remarks a day earlier about the same legislation and Virginia Democrat, Kathy TRAN the primary co-sponsor released a video Thursday standing by the Bill, but in an Email to her constituents on Wednesday. Don Adams of Richmond said she did not fully understand the Bill when she signed it as co-sponsor by. Now, you've heard about the abortion Bill or seen the video Adams said an Email. I vaguely remember signing on to this. And I did this in solidarity with my colleagues and as a symbolic gesture for a women's right to choose symbolic. I am sorry. I did not exercise due diligence before this explosion of attention had I done. So I would not have been a cosigner to the Bill co-sponsor of the Bill Adams said she thought it only reversed abortion regulations implemented by Republicans in two thousand twelve and didn't realize it sought to do much more symbolism. It's it's more important than life. Right. Symbolic. Yeah. I would think that on a Bill concerning abortion or really out. I I don't know. Maybe it's just us. Or maybe it's the just the mindset of the midwest flyover country that people probably would want their elected representatives to read what a Bill actually says before a green or disagreeing with the Bill. Yeah. Especially as co-sponsor. Well, yeah. And even that's I think that's even a better point,.
"don adams" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM
"Word. Look, this whole thing is what the party has been moving into for the longest time. A nave said abortion should be safe and rare. Well, no, it's not rare. I was actually looking and I was looking at the numbers Guttmacher even shows that the majority of women who go for these late term abortions. It's not medical reasons. Are some medical reasons? But there are a lot of other reasons too. There's no I have tons of doctors have come out to say there is no reason whatsoever. A woman is we have an abortion seven eight nine months. There's no there's no health reason to come on. Yeah. And it became like an abortions aren't even that save true. I it's. The way that they've tried to spend this Owen, then put this up. Forever more. So Don Adams who is a democrat from Richmond Virginia. She had to admit that she quote did not exercise due diligence before she supported the Bill like she literally didn't read it. All page Pelosi's book, she said, and I quote, I thought this Bill sought to solely reverse the onerous additions to the code made in twenty twelve by HP four sixty two. And while it did it sought to do much more had I researched each line of removed language. I would have seen that unknown that there was more research to be done. So after it was defeated. Then she writes this letter apologizing to constituents. Well, I'm glad she apologized to constituents, but it would have been great if she would have done that before. I don't I don't know if I buy trying to pass. Well, yeah. I just don't. I. How can you not especially with when it's something like that? But she admits she was like, I didn't even read it at all. Didn't even read it. David French said. Yeah, it's how. You just have to read the Bill. I mean, literally, you see exactly how the Bill changes current law. I mean, you see it right there it he says the Bill reduces the numbers the number of doctors required to certify the alleged medical need fraught for even abortion after birth. And and because previously it needed light you needed to. Now. Well, it reduces that. And then it shows that it eliminates any required showing of severity before the doctor and mother can determine that the birth would impair physical or mental health cedar even have to provide proof that it's life threatening. You don't even have to don't even it's not even required. And under the bills actual text virtually any claim of impairment, would suffice to meet the ACT's requirements. I mean, it's it's. Really? I mean, it is barbaric. It is absolutely barbaric. You can see it in there. It says and I'm looking at the Bill it's eighteen section to through seventy four. And the language is purposely vague. So that initially said as Kathy transcend, there's no limit. There's no limit. I mean, it just it's just the physicians. Best clinical judgment. And you know, the you don't have to address says the physician it used to be excuse me, not to physicians three physicians that would have to certify it, and it removed the language was the physician and two consulting physicians certify, so they removed the phrase and two consulting physicians certify, and they changed to just say the physician certifies. That's it. Wow. That's barbaric. I mean, there's there's no getting around this. And the the. Anything? I mean, just even the challenges of recovering from birth. According to this bills language could justify a boarding a child, even when the mothers dilating. I'm looking at it. This is crazy. And and it it said performing an abortion on any woman in a stage of in a stage of pregnancy subsequent to the second trimester etcetera etcetera, there's no limit. So it's not really this is why don't I don't believe. This Don Adams lady this democrat from Richmond. I don't believe her. And if she didn't realize that it had gone that far when Kathy TRAN was speaking before members of the delegation, and she was being questioned by Todd Gilbert who is the subcommittee chair. Why didn't then at the time Adam speak out against it? When trans specifically said, there's no limit and even discussed why didn't she speak out against it? When that happened. There's no record of her speaking up at all against this whatsoever. Mean the up until the moment of birth. I mean that was. She never I mean. Goodness. So there wasn't a lack of research. She just didn't have a problem with it. And now she's trying to say, oh, no. I just I just didn't do my due diligence. No, you're now, you're lying. I don't believe her. I think she's lying. There is no way in looking at just the language of this Bill. That you would miss it. That's one and two. There's no way she sat there and listened to these lawmakers say the stuff and wasn't aware. She was aware. She just didn't care now that it looks as absolutely heinous as it is now trying to save face. She got caught. And she's sorry that she got caught not sorry over the thing for which she was caught. She sorry. She got caught. Oh my gosh. And then the way that the hype Elissa this made me so angry when you pull this up. Second. I got so many links just craziness. The caddy TRAN the woman who originally came out with all of this. She wrote this law. She was there. I mean, they're really doing everything they can to try to defend her particularly the Washington Post. They're very interested in in defending her. But the way that the media is doing it pulled this up there. The Washington Post says abortion Bill, you know, how they drew at how draws outrage against Virginia governor north them. But now than they said with where it concerns TRAN until this week delegate Kathy trend was known for nursing her daughter on the house floor now Republicans are calling her a baby killer. Can you play that audio of TRAN talking about how? Even when she was being questioned about this law, and they said, even like. What are the limits? And she said there are no limits. You tell me if this sounds like or does not sound like endorsing and defending killing and describing it listen how late in the third trimester. Would you be able to to do that?.
"don adams" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast
"No, no, that's. It was like it was always great weird little Marty. Allan shirt. Paul. Lynn Marie usca fucking do Hollywood squares game. It was Charles Nelson Reilly and Brett summers. Yeah. Yeah. And Don Adams would be every all them, a young guy, tapped and all that. Yeah. And what he was doing when she was a Senator square. There was big dough on Hollywood squares. Yeah. I mean when I did that. And when I did the small game shows like the tattle tales, and the the the one where you draw with Bert convy. I mean, you do you know, you feel all five episodes in one day, you just change your shirt and walk out there. I didn't have to go on the road for week. And a lot of people don't realize that comics used to showcase on the fucking dating game. Yes. Yes. I'm Robert wool. That's right. Dating home Celik. Absolutely. Like, it's this sort of one of these weird sort of glossed? Yes. Chunk of show business outlet, man comics scene. Yeah. That comics gig, man guy. So what is this this in in terms of being fired from Indian casinos, and and inappropriate jokes shirt? Do you defend it or do you? Do you say like, you're right. They're not right. I mean. Yeah. Yeah. Yourself. You made a mistake. No. I did it again some of the Indians love it. Right. You know? But, but it's you know, I mean, people are warned, you know, you're not getting a guy from Raymond. But do you do the philosophy that Rickles had? And I don't know how well it can apply any more that you know, your equal opportunity insulting. And that year. I just I just don't defend it. I mean, I'm a lot. You don't offend what I I don't feel. I have to defend the stand jokes people that they're people that don't, you know, it's it's like it was a site that unless you see me on the road or in theaters people don't really know what I do. And it's a lot of improv. Yes. Eighty percents crowd were. Yeah. And it's it's Tangy. I mean, it's especially nowadays. It's Tangy and GM you ride you're on your on a, but you know, tell you where I'm lucky I've I've I played it doofus and put upon guy for nine years on. Major. They think you're entitled to the anger. It's a little bit come up for me. And they end up seen it as like he snapped. Yeah. From all the like, the people that sag it. The guy that we knew exactly, and I think people. No, I don't mean it people know that you know, he's just a big log anyway, which I really am. And I make fun of myself in my life and my career, and you know, and in the basement of the MGM next to New York pretzel and an assault store, literally. And you know, it's on the way to self parking. And it's become you know. Humbly. It's the club in Vegas. It's killing everyone else. There's nine clubs now. And I bring in great accent. I bring in our rated ax. And I don't do, you know, the jugglers magicians, your basic approach is that look I'm going to it's going to get racy early. And that you, you know, I we do we insult people. And, but if you got call to an outside being fired at someone said, you know, you said this horrible thing about women are accurate or whatever. Sure. What would you say? What's your general defense? I really I really don't you wanna know what it is..