21 Burst results for "Ed Mcmahon"
The Tech Guy
"ed mcmahon" Discussed on The Tech Guy
"Effects. I could play. There you go. Oh, my ride's here. I gotta go. I gotta go. Here's one that I don't get to use very often. Correct. Yes, I love it. It's gonna be like the old Johnny Carson show. That's right. That's right. You need an Ed McMahon for you to laugh and stuff. I am pulling up on our website the very first tech guy shows zero zero one from January 3rd, 2004, and in fact the subtitle is think I'll ever do more than 9999 shows because I started with four digits. Only got to 19 53, I'm sorry to say. But I think because the next year is a month later tech guy ten. Oh, I think there are 9. Episodes. Oh wow. Including this CES episodes. That sounds like a bonus, like something that people subscribe for. Yeah, if you look for the number two, you found my salad, but you don't find which has been missing since 2004, I believe, so don't eat it. Whatever you do. Okay, so no video, it will be live, you will have a special number. Yes. There will be a podcast. People are asking, can they listen to the podcasts, like what if I'm doing gardening or you're already doing the rich on tech podcast, same place for that? Well, we'll figure that one out. Okay. Listen to the show, January 7th, all will be revealed. Rich, here's the keys. Enjoy. Thank you. Leo look for Mike and sergeant. More to come right after this. Hey, I got the keys to the show right here. You can just take over and just leave them right there. I'll leave them here. The tank isn't filled. Well, I always return it with a full tank. I was taught well. You don't return the car, you know, like one mile to go. Well, actually, during the last 6 months, I'd probably leave it the way it was because it gas prices were sold. Yeah, yeah. Was that three quarters of the tank, you leave it at three quarters? No, the best is when you return the rental car. And you're like, do I fill it up now? Like 20 minutes before I drive to the airport. And then it's like, you're just looking at the little thing to make sure it's not going. I always buy the tank of gas just so I don't have to. Do you? I had to do that a couple of times. It's so expensive. It's expensive. I know, but there's no reason for it. It's like, why should it be that expensive? Hurts, come on. Come on, hurts. Come on, man. Not cool. So, oh, I want to know what the number is. I guess I'll just listen. Oh, come on. It's a good number. We know Leo, you will not be listening day one. You're going to be sleeping in. Crunch. Is it 88 88? What's the toll free prefix? Is it 8 8 8? I think so. I think I haven't gotten confirmation that that's the number, but that's the one I love. I'm so glad you got I'm so glad you got it. Did you give him my rundown? Did I? Yes, I texted you the rundown suite. I have to email you the app app. Do you want Windows or Mac? Or I'll just send you both. You get to choose. Yeah, send me both, yeah.
The Tech Guy
"ed mcmahon" Discussed on The Tech Guy
"In space, the podcast. Yes. Yes. So you are the king of the live read. I listened to him every week. I used to listen to him and think, well, that's pretty good. Now I listen to him thinking, I got to do that better. And now of course I have to add to my inventory. You have to do ads now. You have to do ads now, but I have to learn how to do a Lisa impression like you. Was it Melissa? Oh, zip recruiter. But that's a real, that's a real skill. Yeah, I watched too. I used to watch on the Carson show Ed McMahon feet out of dogs. You know, I used to listen to Paul Harvey talk about the Bose soundwave. And all that stuff. And so you're putting your words way too close together for Paul Harvey, but Paul. Somebody once told me towards the end, they were at where he used to WGN somewhere in Chicago. And they were in the elevator opens, and there's Paul Harvey. And he says, hello, American. Wow. That's a true believer. So I think he knew that he was kind of this cultural phenomenon towards the end. He worked unlike me. He worked practically to the day he died. He never stopped doing it. He don't do 90s. Well, you know, have fun. I kind of like doing podcasts. I've been thinking about this because this whole work is hard as you have been. Yeah, well, I have Saturdays off. I will only work three days a week. I'll do 6 shows in three days, but I'll only work three days a week. I was thinking, well, would I be bereft if I would literally were hanging up the microphone and just walking away? And I think I would. That'd be hard. I think it'd be hard. I'm so used to people having to listen to me. You start doing random conversations with people on markets. I gave up radio once before when I was 32. I thought, oh, no, actually, I was 30. I thought, oh, I'm too old for this. I should get a real job. And I started working for a startup as marketing director. And about a month or two in, I started doing routines in the cubicle. I would stand up and start talking. You get really used to having people forced to listen to you. Yeah. Well, they're not forced to. You're right. This is voluntary as far as I know. They can turn the dial. Only forced to listen to me. Well, yeah. And the irony of it is, I don't talk when I get home, I'm all talked down.
The Tech Guy
"ed mcmahon" Discussed on The Tech Guy
"Actually don't call because it's too late. Oh, no. I hate it when the show's over. Well, we do have one more segment, and it's a great dick de bartolo. Our gizmo wizard, he's a longtime mad contributor, and brings us some silly gizmo or gadget, although we both bought the monkey tail game. We did. So we'll see what we have to buy today with dick right after this. I know, I'm sorry. Sorry, Kim. Please apologize to Linda. Linda, LG Graham is great. I love it. It's nice and thin, LG makes a nice computer. I highly recommend it. Don't have one, but I've very good reviews of the LG gram. That's a good choice. And I'm sorry. If you want to call tomorrow, we'll get you on tomorrow. Boogie Wonderland, ladies and gentlemen, you know what that means. It's time for dick Dee bartolo to dance into our studio. Gosh, I love the entrances you make, dick. You did this, you made an entrance like that on The Tonight Show. Oh, I can't hear dick. That is a problem. Hello, Dickie D, press your button. Oh, no. So that was me. That was me. Almost had Micah voicing your voice. Yes. Mike could do lip read and then yeah, that's what I thought. It would be kind of cool. That would be great. We'll do that one time. There's a video somewhere on the Internet on YouTube probably of you making a big entrance on The Tonight Show. Oh, yeah, yes. Gene ray burn hosted is for a week and he called me and said, you know, you like to do weird things. You want to be in a tonight show? Come up with something. So I come on as the director of the national safety council. And as I enter, I hit a step and it's quite amazing because I fall forward, but then I end up with my head facing the other way and I'm thinking it's on YouTube. Yeah, and it's old time TV, I might add. It's just 90 seconds. And rayburn does a wonderful thing. I love it. No, we have a so Gene Rayburn was the host of the match game. That's how he knew you, because you wrote for the match game, right? Exactly. And then during the summer, they would have weekly hosts filling in for Johnny Carson. Yes. And they asked rayburn to do it for a week. And he said, come on over, be on the show. As a safety expert. The only problem with that is where do you go after you fall into his arms? Did you sit down to a bit? Well, no, you fall into his arms and then you get employed for another two years. You go to commercial. No, they faded out. Well, they carried me off. Ed McMahon and Jean, carry me off. It's actually still funny. It looks like it was 1942. It's very old.
The Eric Metaxas Show
"ed mcmahon" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"Yeah. But they were all just delightful. Okay, so the next question, what did you feel like you learned in the past week shooting the pilot and be serious is what they followed up with. Well, that's actually easy. What I learned is that I could do this. I always knew that I could, but until you actually do it, there's a part of you that doesn't believe it, because to deliver. I mean, the monologue, you know, these are monologue jokes. Like my whole life, I've watched Carson and Letterman and Leno and on and on and on, people living monologue jokes. To be able to do that, to be able to interview guests in that kind of a setting. It's something that I think, if I have to be honest with myself, I believe God created me to do this. But until you actually do it, there's a part of you that wonders well, I got to tell you, the live studio audience really sparked you. You're ad libs and all that where it would just dynamite. There was a lot of fun just laughing along with you and some of the things you came up with. I heard you laugh a couple of times. I'm not kidding. Well, there was more than a couple. No, no, I'm not kidding. Well, my mic was on. But it does, but I mean, I'm not kidding when I say that that touches me because it's like when I hear Suzanne laugh. You know, you want to know that there are people actually. I was laughing along with the audience because the audience was just, oh, they were so into it. Anyway, people are going to be excited. I'm going to move on with the questions here because we're really running out of time here. I know that open has been your sidekick for years, but you guys were if you guys were to switch. What do you think that Alvin would do well as a host and what would you do well as the sidekick? You know, there are certain things certain questions you have absolutely no answer. I have no clue. I mean, it is so it's the whole thing of doing a show like that. There's something about it. I can't even imagine, you know, first of all, when people say sidekick, what is a sidekick? You do what you do. And they say, here's a sidekick, but I mean, when you think of Ed McMahon and McMahon actually didn't do anything. People say, you're the Ed McMahon, but Ed McMahon actually did very, very little. You do more because there's comic bits that might not be involved in that Ed would not do and stuff like that. So I honestly, I have no answer. There's a moment with George Hamilton where he said he wanted to be your sidekick and he and I got into a little tater tape. Oh yeah, he threatened your whole life. George Hamilton, can you imagine this guy at AJ? He's a Hollywood icon. And he felt the need to say, you better watch it, Alvin, because I'm going to have your job. I'm going to have your job. If something ever happens to you, it's kind of like, it's like the first runner up. If miss America stumbles and loses her crown, runner up comes right in there. That's right. So if anything happens to you, George Hamilton will just he'll just sweep in as the first runner.
The Eric Metaxas Show
What If Eric and Albin Switched Places?
"I know that open has been your sidekick for years, but you guys were if you guys were to switch. What do you think that Alvin would do well as a host and what would you do well as the sidekick? You know, there are certain things certain questions you have absolutely no answer. I have no clue. I mean, it is so. The whole thing of doing a show like that. There's something about it. I can't even imagine, you know, first of all, when people say sidekick, what is this side? You do what you do. And they say your sidekick, but I mean, when you think of Ed McMahon and Ed McMahon actually didn't do anything. People say, you're the Ed McMahon, but Ed McMahon actually did very, very little. You do more because there's comic bits that Ed might not that we are going to be involved in that Ed would not would do and stuff like that. So I honestly, I have no answer. There's a moment with George Hamilton where he said he wanted to be your sidekick and he and I got into a little tattoo. Oh, yeah, he threatened your whole life. George Hamilton, can you imagine this guy at AJ saying he was a Hollywood icon, and he felt the need. To say, you better watch it Albin, because I'm going to have your job. I'm going to give you a job. But if something ever happens to you, it's kind of like, it's like the first runner up if miss America stumbles and loses her crown, runner up comes right in there. That's right. So if anything happens to you, George Hamilton will just he'll just sweep in as the first runner up. He'll be able to be the psycho. It's good to have that insurance.
Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast
White House's Funniest Home Videos: Trump Has a Blooper Reel
"Where do we start with obviously the big J 6 hearing tonight? Oh, we're going to see the blooper reel. Yeah. Which is the multiple times that got tried to get Trump, right? Yeah. And CNN's reporting this morning that Trump only made the video because he was afraid of the Twenty-fifth Amendment, his cabinet Twenty-fifth Amendment. Yes. They said he only stopped he almost said go home in the insurrection because a it failed and be they were talking about Twenty-fifth Amendment. And they have every version. Yes. Yes. No. Yes. Every version of the videos that he cut. Is there one where he gets hit in the balls? I'm just hoping. I'm just, is that just me? I miss all The White House is funniest videos. I'm old school. I want Dick Clark and Ed McMahon to show up. Yes. Like the old TV bloopers and practical stuff. I just said Bob Saget, and then I realized that we can't have nice things anymore. Somebody shows up.
Real Estate Coaching Radio
"ed mcmahon" Discussed on Real Estate Coaching Radio
"And I talked before about your mission of running real estate businesses to run a profitable real estate and with that real estate business with that profit to reinvest it into things like real estate, residential homes, multi-family, whatever. Julie and I have done that since we were in our early 20s. But there is nothing that we have seen. This is such a massive wealth accelerator. The exponential benefit of being associated with EXP realty can change lives. Again, agents don't realize it. They don't know, look, if you're a new agent and we're talking on the phone, I'm going to tell you your number one mission is to sell houses to become transactional. 100% of the time. But once you start getting in the flow of things, once you start making money, once you start having momentum, then what you're going to realize is that EXP realty is going to create other opportunities for you to create wealth. You can actually have a plan to make it so that you are no longer solely dependent on selling real estate, which frankly, I don't want to jump on a little story that Julie is about to read. But that is the number one reason why Julie and I chose to start sharing with all of you, our loyal podcast listeners, coaching clients, people that have purchased our book, all the rest of you. Why we chose to share with the XP story and opportunity with all of you. Because it creates non transactionally based income, which makes it so you can be rich where your money works for you and you no longer work for your money. Aside from winning the lottery or Ed McMahon walk knocking on your door, the only other source of agents being able to do that would have been what? A liquidity event that happened somehow, maybe you got it right on Bitcoin or something like that. Or most likely, it's going to happen from accumulating rental properties. Properties, it's a tried and true way of doing it. Anyone and everyone that's in the royal state industry should be or even outside the industry should be buying rental properties. Julie and I have dozens of them, but I have to tell you right now, if we knew about EXP realty, when we got started in real estate in our early 20s and 30s, I promise you, we would, I mean, our early 20s, I promise you, we would not have accumulated this many rental properties. Because they are, you know, they require a lot of care and feeding. And they're not always home runs. They're not exactly passive if we're being honest. Well, real properties are definitely not passive. That's a meth. All right, so number 11. Point number 11. And I think you'll be able to answer that based on what you just heard. You know that your brokerage and their business approach is quickly becoming obsolete..
AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch
"ed mcmahon" Discussed on AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch
"From workhouse connect and AJ benza. Fame. He liked to be walked on a leash and played really dirty kinky sex games. Iza. The guy put the cock in the peacock network, okay? Bitch. Hey everybody. AJ Benji here was fame is a bitch and it's Monday, April 25th, 2020 two. Let's go to the show Monday, mania, Monday, madness, Monday, mindfulness. There's a lot to uncover and talk about today. It's coming at you at 1237 p.m. as I do this on the West Coast. From beautiful downtown Burbank as Johnny Carson or Ed McMahon used to say, or was that the other guy, Doc severson, either way? Coming at you from beautiful downtown Burbank, and downtime for a bank is beautiful. There are many great things I see. As I
Parts Counter Gurus Podcast
"ed mcmahon" Discussed on Parts Counter Gurus Podcast
"Absolutely. They are still committed to rivian, the 100,000 units of the rivian product. My Ed McMahon scales so far so good. Okay. Now, today, as of this very moment, right now, how many electric production pickup trucks has stolen us made? Zero. How many is rivian made? Just more than zero? Yeah, more than zero. Yeah, more than zero. Yeah. More than ten? More than ten, yes. Okay. All right. It was probably ten used just to fly just to get Jeff Bezos to his rockets, right? Right. Absolutely. Absolutely. Yeah. So they already announced that we announced on this program, by the way, make sure you hit the subscribe button. You go back and find that video. Last week, that rivian is going forward with the production of Amazon's delivery vans, they already, of which they've already had some in production and testing and markets like Los Angeles. Correct? Already delivered already testing. Yes. Okay, so so far, we've established that rivian's already making vehicles for Amazon. Those have already been tested. That's right. Rivian's also making their own vehicles. Those are already being delivered. Correct. And Stellantis has yet to make anything that you can buy of the EV truck flavor. Correct. Well, it makes perfect sense to me then that people would change their opinion on rivian and drop the stock. Yeah, I get it, man. It's laughable to me. That is, and it's a reactionary process. If one starts bailing, then the rest start bailing on it. But I think that collectively everybody kind of started understanding the whole process and how this thing is working. Therefore, the stocks here this year are going back up in price and they're steadily climbing. It did drop significantly though, we're talking. I know it's a 103 a share. Amazon is doing it's their due diligence to understand that they have a huge commitment that they put out there, and they realize, hey, we're going to let rivian keep their commitment to us and you guys even have invested. This in itself is proof that Amazon is not bailing on rivian that rivian is going to make those 100,000 and probably more vehicles. So your stock should be okay. In my opinion, and why would they go to an automaker like a Stellantis for this? Well, because they're not really making EVs yet, so why not us help them boost their technology and they'll boost our technology. They are a high production manufacturer, unlike rivian, who is not a high production manufacturer. There are so many pieces to this puzzle..
"ed mcmahon" Discussed on Merkaba Chakras
"Is there. Is there a person honestly. I don't think so and a person. okay so what. so what. What was it so when somebody opened the door and publishes carrying house comes through and they give you know. Give the check. What did they open the door to. I guess it would be a person right. I mean you remember watching the commercials growing up. I remember some of the Commercials very vaguely. I think it was a group of people right as two or three people or maybe one a one hundred percent sure. Yeah so. When i was growing up it was ed. Mcmahon and mcmahon from the wwe. Ed mcmahon so ed mcmahon was the face and representative of publishers clearinghouse and he would go on the prize van with a couple of other people and they will have the balloons and the roses and the big check and have a pop of somebody's house and like us one community house and it was. Ed mcmahon you know the one who's like lifestyles of the rich and famous. He hosted that I think it was in the eighties early nineties. Tv show on lifestyles of the rich and famous. Yeah so he was the one. When i was growing up and i know this for a fact because my dad even told me before he passed away that and he's like. Oh yeah it's ed mcmahon. Because through my childhood he always get the reader's digest books and descriptions so that he can make entry for the lottery because he really wanted to win it and he finally want something. It was a fifty dollar lawn chair. Set that we go state to go pick up but he was so excited that he finally want something but he was always waiting to see if ed mcmahon was gonna come and deliver the check for him so in my reality it was ed mcmahon but that doesn't exist publishers. Clearinghouse says that they never had ed mcmahon Be their spokesperson. So that's the one thing the other thing is. There's a lot of people who.
"ed mcmahon" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"The phones, we go at 85561616 20, the AC unit, mortgage talk and text line. Mm. There is a popular one that has come through on the text line and And it will be mentioned by Don and Brookfield. Hi there. Don Hello there. All right. Hello there. Give me the game. Show that you think God, that's the one. That's the one I want to be on if I could. Got to be the wall. Now That's a newer one. That is a newer one. And can you explain the wall to people? Well, you've mentioned Blanco in earlier comments about whatever they games through. So was I can't remember prices, right? Yeah. Klink. Oh, is a game on price is right. Yes, no doubt. It's classic, but it's a giant clinical wall. It's basically go. There's a lot of trivia based, which had that's where I would sell. My wife would be like you have to go into the secret room and to the soundproof room. And you know the trivia questions go to me and I have to answer and she has to think. Oh, man, did he get him right? I'll bet so many balls that you know we can double it or triple it or whatever, and then they dropped the balls and there's money across the bottom, and it gets into the it could get into the millions. It's just that the roller coaster effect everything about it would be just so. So freaking awesome. So do you answered it, So it's it's a like a teammate, trivia situation and then based on the number of what correct answers. That's how many of these balls that you have, and then you get to drop them on the plane co board and and the total amount You take home Is that how it works? It's trivia and then plank. Oh, combination. Yeah, kind of like that. And then there's other. There's other parts of it where they do free drops where it goes in, and then you have to kind of bet. And it goes back where Okay. You did so many positive. This is how many you could do Positive. No, we're going to do the red balls. We're going to drop the red balls, which which could possibly take money away from you. Just up and down. You know you could have You have a million dollars slot right there and you could be sitting on, you know, $540,000 and all of a sudden it drops into the million dollars flight. And you're at negative, right? Wow. Just like that, You know, it's it's oh, because adrenaline rush would be amazing. Alright? Wow. Well, you should apply you and your wife or whatever you should apply. You should try it. You're nothing to lose the application and we are filling application out and we are going to apply the biggest hurdles on live life in a wheelchair, So I got to find out if there's some way that That can be accommodated Sure of it. Let's check it out. I think frankly, that I think I think they have to by law they have to accommodate for it. Oh, good. Keep us posted. Keep us posted. And if and when? I don't know if they tape in l A or whatever you keep us posted. If you guys get the call, okay? Okay, 11. Quick One could have been the past. Sure. Gong show God. So, Yeah, There's that, Dan. Yeah, great one. Anyway. Sorry, peg, and I appreciate it. All right. This is a look at this. What a treat. What a treat. This is normally I'm reading a text message, but, uh, she has been so moved to call. This is special from South Carolina are South Carolinian correspondent. It's Pippa! Hello, Peppa. Like that. Don't worry you. You survived the storm and everything is Ida worked up the coast and South Carolina. You've battened down the hatches and you made it. We don't have We just get rain. We don't get the wind. We don't get any of that. That's why this is a great place to live because We just get raid. We don't get any of that stuff. Okay, Fair enough. Now I got just a couple moments here, but you are going to bring up A game. That I remember very well. So what is the game show? You'd like to go back and competing if you could. President. Tray shin. Good one. Tell us about concentration. I do I do. It was hosted by Alex Trebek. Well, not only him but huge down and Ed McMahon. Wow. I just go back to the Trebek version. Okay, Well, yes. You're much younger than I am so explain. Explain Concentration. I think I saw classic concentration. Explain how this one works. Because you're right. This was a fun one. I don't know if I can really explain it. Um Here call out a number. I was going to say two contestants. Here's how it was. I'll see if I can help you out with the paper. Two contestants, So like you and me are competing. There was a board with maybe I don't know. Let's say Uh, 20 number 20 panels and there were there were prizes behind each number and you have to match so, for example, you'd start by going I'll take number one and number five and they would flip them around. And if they matched, both of them was a car. Then you would get the car in like your prize pot. The panels. Those little tiles would be removed and behind. That was a picture and you have to decipher what the picture was. And so as each panel is flipped around. Not only are you trying to find the two matches, but as you collect those prizes, if you get a match you then have to try and solve the puzzle. Behind the tiles. That was a great game. Exactly. And if you didn't get the match, they slipped back again. Right, right. Child would slip back so you'd have to try and remember. Okay, that wasn't a match. So you know, number three was Uh, Refrigerator. Whatever. Yes, somewhere, people were watching that as a kid. Yeah. Somewhere. Pippa. I have the I have the home vert. I don't know if it would be in my parents house if it still exists. I had the home version of classic concentration. I had the home version. Yes, And there were tiny little, uh, little, uh, plastic tiles that you would turn And then there were different puzzles you would slide in behind. And I remember playing that my grandma always member watching it. I think my grandma loved the show. So when I were we were over at her house. She'd be watching it and she's the one that turned me on to it. But if I find it And I check eBay and it's not worth like $5000. Maybe I'll call you Pippa, and someday we'll get together and we'll play the home version of concentration. Yes. Next time I come to Wisconsin. We can do that. And I will be there in November. So check it out. You're coming from South Carolina to Wisconsin in November. Yes. Because I have a third grandchild Do that. Very good. Very good. Yeah, I was going to say happy that you're not coming for the weather. Pippa. Good to hear from you. Thank you so much. That's good. That's concentration. That takes me back pancake. You're gonna be appearing on a game show this weekend. What is it? It's prices right? Just because the hall that you could take home now it may not be in the millions, but it might be stuff that I want car trip. Like a computer sometimes, or like a watch. You can have that. But I'll still take it, have you? This is kind of interesting to their This. The backstories of winning prizes on the price is right. There are a lot of stories of a congratulations your from Delaware. You have flown out to California for vacation. You just won a motor home. Congrats. You got to pay taxes and you've got to figure out how to get your motor home back to Delaware. Yeah, when they give out trips like that. You have to fly out of l a X or you have to fly out of l A. So I was like, What if you're here from Chicago? I've seen a woman from Chicago win a prize to Chicago. And I was like, Oh, that stinks. Yeah. Uh, second favorite plink. Oh, game second favorite prices right game to plank. Oh, The yodel game. Mountain aggregator. Absolutely, timer. Yeah. Uh, it's good stuff. Happy 50th anniversary to the price is right When we come back, I've got some stories I'd.
Man Tools Podcast
"ed mcmahon" Discussed on Man Tools Podcast
"Local fair yes. I had walking dead money. That's what i do. I gotta show I wanna go ride motorcycle world. You guys can pay for it. And we'll put it on a show like i would totally the producers here mantles addicts and they don't wanna give us give out any stingy. The that super money they have in the coffers stingy with twenty dollars a month for. We're making twenty something like that right amazing. We don't do enough risque things patriot. We've never been kicked off youtube star. He said ironically well anyway. I know you're probably getting laid over there and you got to do on. Wanna thank you. Tom for coming on man tools and promoting the books and the stuff and cool stories. Yeah dig the cool stories Hollywood you know sell jillian copies and you know. Make it onto oprah. She still think with books. I don't know if she is. I think maybe she got a whole network man. We're old enough to know the joke you mean. We know the joke about. If you make it on oprah you you just you just now. Your book is everywhere. Yeah yeah. Yep i'm still if not opening some still waiting for ed mcmahon to show up my chick that i'm pretty sure ed mcmahon daddy point. I don't think that's pretty awesome race. Then you go it or initiative. My publishers clearinghouse check. That'd be amazing. See tell the book jokes thinking always thinking all right friend. Will you be safe out on the row. Ed and Yeah we'll we'll chat soon. I'm sure thank you sir. Thank you for inviting me. The show coming on man. Thank you absolutely right. Dr right ask okay bye. Good night guys.
The Kirk Minihane Show
"ed mcmahon" Discussed on The Kirk Minihane Show
"This song reminds me of when i did x. When i was young that chris does that does that. It's a good. We should trying to bring down israel's fun when you like. Who would have imagined six weeks later. I was going to hang myself. That was very personal. Story god i won't tell us we want to talk about don't dream it's over and have a little fun for christ's sake. It's not to have an honest conversation and let's let's have fun with china. Npr headline say something. Like that. like the kind of fun kim. We're having well. It's a little different. You produced it. Yeah got paid well to do it okay anyway. Sure i'm sure you're meteoric what What else is going on What else is going on Did you see south park's deal million s. fourteen rubies. And what are they going straight to paramount. Movies is good for them. Yeah i mean. I don't know but they're not gonna make fourteen movies. They'll produce them. They'll probably somebody who's not gonna make fourteen. They'll be in their seventies by the time. The i think it goes to. What twenty twenty seven. Yes makes fourteen movies in six years true like just cut back on the actual show but then they're not be do like fourteen but if you're going to do just do episodes or three episodes i guess yeah i guess just tournament right. They're only fifty years old. I understand that but they're you know like i. Maybe they work hard. I'll say that. So it's a billion dollar deal for those guys. Yeah that's fucking while there already have billions each insane totally insane deal for paramount. Because they don't have much of anything. Right i mean so they have that fucking yellowstone. I saw somebody tweet really doing a prequel to fish with faith. Hill and sam elliott. Yeah faith who in saint louis. Tim mcgraw faith hill. God couple of getting involved in there fucking terrible aca older soul starts crisis be awful the same elliott doing the pages so old now. Yeah he was good in a star is born. Yeah he was a good movie. It is a good movie movie. Come on they hate fucking gaga grabbing cooper's per for performance in that the whole phone we get your tortured. your tortured. artists would ain't going to sing a city fucking shitty. Saw not fucking. Neil young or fucking bob dylan dyson that my friend andrew dice. Clay is really good. He's good he's a good actor when he's got the right thing. Yeah well why does he work more. You know what. I mean like why not do for performances should've asked him. Oh you weren't here wasn't here. Mike was here stupid. Fucking it up. A boy is excessively. Justin i agree. This is not even debatable anymore. Your listener do much but when when jerry's nylon me once in a while yeah. It doesn't make seem overly sensitively so about boy. Mike jumped in with the obviously fucked up. But like i think you probably had any idea like mike is so good at never getting way. It's like the one time anyone who's ed mcmahon for two years and eventually right so like isn't that isn't that the mo of mike where interruption guests when guests are specifically that's not a great mo that have no poison. No question talking about the. I'm just talking about overall lead to me. He seems a little sensitive weeks. he does right. Yeah it for some reason. I asked him about like his coughing yesterday and he kinda turned he did not making. That didn't like i so. I texted dave the day monday. I think i said hey. Have a bunch of my coughing for the start the show..
Gamer Talk Podcast
"ed mcmahon" Discussed on Gamer Talk Podcast
"Subject of the portrait is frowning. Instead of correctly describing her with a smirk. The answer to that is because it's a very subtle smirk. It looks like she has arresting bitch face and then right over here on the cyber mouth as a slight uptick. So if you're not looking for it looks like resting bitch face. Now's concern recall a neutral face basic. And that's that's what it looks like. If you're just like all right there it is over there but if you look very closely and pay attention to it. It's got a little uptick on one side. Those a not watching the online audio listeners. Only joe just put on his. Tim foyle at and it is shaped like low keys. Crown with solid. Call you sylvie. I have not watched the episode that aired yesterday because that was camping. So don't that's fine. I won't spoil it Sunni sylvie sony sylvie so anyway that's mona lisa number six Some people recall. Ed mcmahon handing out money for publishing clearinghouse going to people's houses with big checks. I don't know who. Ed mcmahon is star search..
WGR 550 Sports Radio
"ed mcmahon" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio
"Before. Let you go. Just take me head to the 2022 draft in Vegas. Todd, Give me your top three. A few prospects in that draft. We're gonna be the first names off the board in 2022. He had to predict that right now. He's got a lot more names at the one guy. I keep going back to his tip adults. Morgan, I think he's gonna be a stud. I'm gonna do my mock draft tomorrow morning. I'm gonna wake up me to spend most of the day doing putting together my list and going looking forward Piper to starts usually on day two, but I wasn't with him one day to this year. So day three. He starts in on May. What's your list? What's your top 10? Who are you guys gonna be? What? You're Mark Jackson look like Well, can we get through 2021 Get the 2022 Nelson. The top names in 2022. Although the Jets I had cavon Stupido, who was number one coming out of high school, Spencer Rattler could be the top quarterback from Oklahoma, The Marvin Leo from Texas, and I'm a big defensive linemen go. We've all heard. They're extremely Junior's name forever. A corner from ls you Evan Deal, Right tackle Alabama Pride move The left tackle will take over for Alex Leatherwood. Jerry, in turn, are gonna move from right tackle. Left tackle, replaced Landon Young in Kentucky. Drake Jackson, a great pass rusher, potentially USC Christian Harris all around linebacker at Alabama. Until you're ill in the corner from Florida. Nick Benito, linebacker from Oklahoma, Sam Howard quarterback in North Carolina, just some of the names that will begin time attaches. Not too early. My one point over for 2022. Not too early for you. Um I'm interested to see what quarterback step up. I mean, every year, it zem like somebody knew, right? I mean, we We didn't know that Jack Wilson was going to be right this high and be the number two overall pick. Skyler Murray was gonna go play baseball a couple of few years ago, and he becomes the number one overall pick, you know, I mean, you can. Mayfield, Baker Mayfield. It was like Every single year. There's 123 quarterbacks that wind up going in the first round that when we're sitting here right now, we don't know about it. It's understandable because these guys are playing a different sport. They haven't been starter. Whatever the the situation, I mean, two guys they got trapped in the first round this year had 17 starts. Matt Jones had 17 starts in Alabama. So you're a year ago. This time he had just four starts and one of them was in the island boating through to pick sixes in that game, so and then the other guy is Trey Lancer had 17 starts is plenty of the FCS level. So you just don't want to say you never know, But there's it seems like every year we got a guy or two that that step up. There's a kid Tyler shocker was Oregon now is the Texas Tech Todd. And it was an interesting guy. Herm Edwards has always been talking up Shane Daniels at Arizona State. JT Daniel's with us. See now a Georgia thought your cove, It was Notre Dame now Boston College. Get Carson strong out of the bottle, so someone some quarterback like, Todd said, with Borough and Mack Jones, and that list somebody will emerge out of that group. But right now, it's great to see what we got. All these defensive players offensive tackles up at the top of the board, and they'll be interesting. I called the Rat learned like the river. Spencer Rattler Oklahoma always had. What is Lincoln? Riley Not had a quarterback up there or create a quarterback up near the top and special rapper from Oklahoma will be the next guy in line. Well, Mel Todd, I appreciate it, man. I hope you enjoy the pumpkin pie today. Dallas tonight at Friday night at nine o'clock. Johnny Carson. Your last look at Southfork. There's left Look at Southfork with Jock Ewing and Miss Ellie on one of her car. Hamel about Pamela and which I which is which is your favorite shot, Which is your favorite Johnny Carson Episode Your favorite tonight show episode. Anything with cardiac really Carnac the magnificent Yeah, card. He was Johnny Carson. But they said they said with the greatest one phenomenal entertainer, But they said one of the greatest things is one of his greatest accomplishment was the day He died. Nobody in the country and anybody. Anybody could tell you what this political affiliation was. They had no idea. He was always with a company, but nobody knew. He just kept it right down the middle doing, nobody knew. And that was it was a phenomenal 11 30 Eastern time every night. That's what I did. And then Dallas Friday nights at nine o'clock or Southfork Ranch, wild boy. Bring it, You know, Before we go, I got to take some funny car neck every year, I would talk with the Washington general manager Bruce Allen. And we call for draft opinions or afraid, opinions, whatever it may be. And so after a while on it started when I was in Denver, and he was in Oakland. I would give him information and he would start calling me car neck. And that was the first time that I've heard that name in a long time. When you said Karnak, I was about to respond to you because that's what Bruce Allen always called me for your car Net. Hey, cardiac whenever I call him, there are certain names that you respond to cardiac was his. And I was the first time I've heard it since Washington let go. Bruce AL And so I thank you for keeping me on my duties, snapping me to attention. But the scientist who was a psychic, it was it was Ed McMahon. Ed McMahon said next to Johnny Carson all those years, Doc Severinsen on the orchestra there and then the band leader and then Todd night you onboard with outside. Well, I appreciate you guys being my sidekicks today. Thank you very much The time. Mel Todd Mel, Good luck with the wedding this summer. God, I hope you get some down time. Always a pleasure to talk with you guys. I could do it forever. Thank you and Mel. I would give you a $20 bill for your time today if I could, but I'll just say instead have Kim give it eoe best Ft. Thank you guys. All right. We'll get back to the podcast in just a moment..
OC Talk Radio
"ed mcmahon" Discussed on OC Talk Radio
"Welcome back everybody. It's time once again for closing. The wealth gap the one show. Maybe the only show that shows you how to close the wealth gap in your own life with the man who's done for many are well coach himself tyrone french. Hey tyrone welcome welcome. Welcome everybody to this edition of closing the wealth gap. I'm tyrone french. And i'm here with my. I guess i can call him a psychic. I'm ed mcmahon and johnny carson. I'm dating myself. I fall. Roberts.
KFI AM 640
"ed mcmahon" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Following program is brought to you in living color. I'm not a chance. Americans love television. They win their kids on a U. S a television much better. You've been watching too many of those live television shows. So the Britney Spears documentary that dropped on Friday finally got around to watching that yesterday and everyone has their critique on how there have been several people in her life that Have failed her failed to protect her exploited her. All of it. But what stuck out to me which was the most heartbreaking part of it to me? Was the footage of her when she started when she was brand new when she was just hitting it big and she was so strong. She was such a strong willed person. She was serious. She was dedicated. She was powerful. She was confident. How is smart, old like 18 19 years old and she had, but she presented herself so much more mature than a 17 year old girl. Just comfortable in her own skin, which is so odd for a 17 year old girl and And they ruin that they complete she's not that person anymore. She's not that strong person. The whole thing that she went through completely eroded that. Confidence almost and she sounds more adult in that 17 year old footage than she does today. Um, and it talks about how there was a double standard for her growing up in the spotlight in the early two thousands, the late nineties and you know, she went on. She went on star search in 1992. And the first question they ask her after she sings America, the beautiful or something like that. I forget what the song was. The first question that what's his face? Asks her. Who was the host? Who? I don't remember Now. The Sinbad in 19 no star search. Yeah. He hosted eventually. Ah, it was Ed McMahon. Okay? And Arsenio Hall hosted it. In the early two thousands, but Ed McMahon asks her the first question. Do you have a boyfriend? And she says no. And Ed McMahon says. Well, why? I mean, she's 11 10 11 years old. He goes well, why? And she says, because boys are mean and he says, I'm not mean it's where was the weird just kicked off a serious of interviews that she did, with men asking inappropriate questions. Where the boys weren't asked that Justin Timberlake wasn't asked that you know, they were asked things like, you know, where did you start singing? And you know things like that. And, you know one Male host is asking her when she's 17 years old. Well, you know, everybody's talking about your breasts. That's whatever is talking about and just how the tabloids were unfair to her. I mean, this was the heyday of tabloids, too. You know, us weekly's of the world and things like that. Just the complete assassination of that strong girl who and who she was, and she went through the fame ringer and her dad is not portrayed fairly. I mean favorably. He was absent for most of her career both their parents because they had other kids they were raising. And so she had, like a chaperone. Who also doesn't seem like she's playing with a full deck. I was always interested again. I didn't want to. My wife did and she was kind of telling me that her feedback of it afterwards, but I wanted to know if This may not be the fair comparison. But if you compared her to people like Christina Aguilera and Justin Timberlake, they all kind of had that same. They were all hot at the same time came from the Mickey Mouse Club came for the Mickey Mouse Club. That's what it was. But why is it that Kristina Galera? Doesn't have this same type of baggage or Justin Timberlake doesn't have this same. They've got their own stuff, but it's not. It's because, well, they pointed out, it's because he is a man who was able to capitalize on the fact that they broke up and he was quick Tol. Put together that video where it looks like she cheated on him. But was that really the story? They're saying that that was not the story that that was all the narrative that Justin Timberlake and his people were shopping around and it destroyed her reputation because she did have this reputation is a wholesome girl out of Louisiana. She was a virgin, and she said she wanted to stay a virgin till she was married and he goes on. The air with this video, wildly popular video back when they were popular, and it shows her cheating on as somebody who looks like Britney cheating on him so her her reputation was done then. You know, And they also talked about Justin Timberlake. How he kind of was unscathed throughout the whole thing and how he was unscathed from what happened. It's Super Bowl, too. When Janet Jackson took a hit, and he just got more popular, you know also Kristina Angularity. Britney won that race. It was Kristina Angularity, Jessica Simpson and Britney if I remember correctly, and Britney won that race, she was just she was so popular because she had that dichotomy. I think of Strong woman on all teenage girls want to be strong and they want to have power over their situations. And she was that, and where's Kristina Aguilera was kind of weaker, I think And just Jessica Simpson couldn't sing. Uh, beautiful girl. But that s O. I think it was because Britney won that race and she was wildly more popular than than all of them. Yeah, I mean, and if there was, you know, whatever family history Britney had for mental health issues, if if there is any Adding that much pressure to somebody at that age is on Lee going to make them crack. There's like I don't understand how she wouldn't have been able to get through that without some sort of famously nasty things. All right, we'll continue. What you watching Wednesday the Kevin Costner movie that I watched over the weekend. Still thinking about that playing a bed at night. But I'll tell you about that and then the bachelor and all American all that stuff still coming on which watch Wednesday, Goehring channel will continue later. Mohammed has an update on the news. House impeachment managers and former President Trump's.
"ed mcmahon" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"You guys check out The New York Times docuseries on Britney Spears? No. That's the syriza of these dark documentaries, so they do a deep dive on a variety of different topics. Britney being the latest right, there's New York Times here. Yes, it's called framing Britney Spears. It's about like an hour and 40 minutes long. And I have to say, you know, I thought I knew everything that was going on with her and that there was nothing else to tell. But the way they quote unquote frame, it gives you a different perspective. If you were someone who Maybe thought like the free Britney and movement was just a silly fan thing. Sure, it really does give it leg. So the documentary to me is as much about Britney Spears as it is about her fans. And their, um their awareness of The that she is for, you know, almost 40 years old, and she's been living under this conservative ship for what 13 years. Probably. Yeah. So they talk a little bit about that, Um, she they use old footage. You know of interviews and performances and things like that. But she is subject to this court imposed conservatorship, which is really a guardianship usually Usually you don't hear about this with the young. Productive functioning adult young adult. It's usually you know, something that's used for elderly people. Who are unable to provide. I mean everything from like food and clothing and shelter for themselves to make financial decisions so This conservatorship can decide where she lives. How she spends her money. What medication she takes, who she spends time with. It's just really eye opening. You know, I have to say this about the Britney drama. I have Um, I guess I guess intentionally, subconsciously intentionally, I don't know stayed away from all of the Britney stuff. I have only seen the headlines at an arm's distance. And all of that, that being said not for any particular reason. I guess I just I've known they're out there and I've never wanted to take the next step. Learn a little bit more about what's really going on here. But I am intrigued by this to maybe, you know, I feel like do you feel like for the novice Britney drum for the person that you kind of like their music? Fun, Whatever. No, she's had her ups and are certainly fair share of downs. Is this a good Broad brush stroke of the whole story that you would watch it and feel like you're all caught up to speed. Yeah, I think so. I think so. And it also gives you a little bit of an education of how They could take away her civil liberties and give them to someone else. When this thing is supposed to be like a last resort kind of situation, you know, on the other side of it, they're saying You know, this prevents her from potentially toxic people. Um, they they get it. They've extended this conservatorship four times. And she has asked two times that our dad be removed. She has been denied. So it makes you wonder. Well, why does it keep getting denied? You know, she she wants the court hearings to be open to the public now. And you know, they take a look back in the in the first half, and you can see without them saying it. You can clearly see how she was sexualized. Even as a child she was on. What was the show that Ed McMahon star. Search Our search. You could see her on Star search. And Ed McMahon is like you have pretty eyes. Do you have a boyfriend? Then there's another interviewer who says, you know, everyone's talking about your breasts. She was like in her mid to late teens at the time, you know, And there were parents who hated her because They're kids loved her, And she's like I'm not here to baby sit your kids, right, You know, So it's just a really interesting you know, you can see these photographers who were obsessed with whether or not um She? Well, there's a male photographer in one scene who says, Oh, you can tell she really enjoys the paparazzi. Now that's just so gross, and they were obsessed with her virginity. It's just I don't know if you heard this, But now people are talking about how Diane Sawyer gave her such a hard time during her interview. Oh, yes, you. Did You see that headline? Steve 1003? Yes, yes, And you know, people are talking about that. There's a montage of all these tough questions that Diane Sawyer on was asking her about. She basically blames Brittany for her break up with Justin Timberlake saying you broke his heart. What did you do so I could see where? You know your kids were taken away from you right? And then she has this breakdown, but you can clearly see Better picture as to how that happened. She's in a car at one point with her cousin. And she's trying to see her kids. And she's not allowed to see her kids. And then you've got photographers all over you when you're trying to deal with this deeply personal situation, and I could see anyway, it's it's a really, really well done. I've got the quick 32nd trailer. Everyone here quick. Yeah, sure. Britney was so.
Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"ed mcmahon" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Way the team bounced back after Sunday's loss here to Niagara, too. Play. Should have won that game yesterday. You feeling a little different vibe? Oh, yeah? Yeah, definitely way say we're gonna take a step forward in the right direction each night and that's what I've seen in the past. However many games two games and, you know, I see the ship's sound in the right direction. So I'm excited to see where we're going to go and excited to get back at it tomorrow against Ah, sacred heart getting more for be a frank. I don't know It's great having you on you're a natural at this man. If I didn't like, you know, what if I if I come down with something hopefully ain't covert. But whatever it is that come down with something I think I think, but we got our guest star. Uh, yeah. Ed McMahon's gonna be filling in here for Johnny Carson. They don't know that way. There's no way they now. Hey, there's probably only on Lee 25% of our listeners know who that is. So look that up. I had to. Actually, we're talking Saturday night Live stuff coming in here, and I had him pull up some vintage. Saturday Live. How cool That s O. Yeah. We had a good conversation on the way over. But be a thanks for taking time to come on out here and visit with congratulations on the first of many goals as a falcon. Thanks, Coach. Yes. Yeah. Thank you. B And then Nate and Jake. You guys got some tough shoes to fill here after that one. This just give you a little heads up. Our other guests are Nate Horn and Jake Marty, who will be joining us as we continue. We need to take a break here, but we are live in Niagara and Dwyer Arena, home of the Purple Eagles. And tomorrow it's going to be the home of the Falcons because they're the home team as they're playing sacred heart and a makeup game tomorrow afternoon here will have it live and.
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"Seattle, seventy degrees at three twenty five Michigan. State University says it has been cleared, of wrongdoing from the NC double a. when. It comes to its. Handling of Dr Larry Nassar ABC's Brian burrow reports in a released statement Thursday the university says it received notification from the NC double a. that it does not appear there is a need, for further inquiry and. The NC double a review has no substantiated violations of. NCWA legislation earlier in the year the NC double a. opened an investigation. Of Michigan state's
Orlando's Evening News
13 pounds of ‘fentanyl' seized in raid is just sugar, lab finds
"And police. In North Carolina, who say they seize the giant load of fen altering drug. Bust in Wilmington now say they took the substance for a common kitchen ingredient back in July. Sheriff of New Hanover county North Carolina called it one of the largest seizures ever offensive ill but now they did the more conclusive tests tariff Ed McMahon says it was not lab tests say it was sugar thirteen pounds of sugar not two million dollars worth of a potentially deadly painkiller could afford. Charles bats, is one of three suspects arrested after the, raid he thought it was flour sugar. But whatever if you can't tell flou- drug He remains in jail on. Other charges Scott Goldberg ABC news, Tony I. Hate when I get my fence Yeah yeah and who doesn't know who doesn't know the difference in flour and sugar too I mean it's just kind of releasing because so they. Did an initial tests? On it and, he came up and it's only when that Jewish weird about it how does. That happen I don't know but that is that is a very interesting sort of funny story as