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"ed mcmahon" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Strike first. Strike hard. No mercy. This is Cobra. Kai. Tony. Catch Tony got today. Good to be with you. 833 got Tony 8334688669 on Facebook. Tunney, Cats radio. We're talking about the karate kid. You watch the movie. I watched the movie and full disclosure. Whatever. I wasn't I didn't think it was very good. I didn't think that that Johnny Lawrence played by William Zydeco was the good guy. None. None of that. Absolutely positively, not just It was a movie people. It was a movie, and Ralph Macho was never much of an actor. There is a nice dude. What's the movie? He's in with Steve I. The guitar movie. They can't remember. He was terrible in that, too. Just terrible. But whatever Cobra Kai is a Netflix series and Cobra Kai has taken people's imagination There. Love it it there. Love it. They're crazy about it. The only episode I've watched us from season three. And the only reason I watched it because a dear friend Mickey, a masters in it, she's She's a four for 10. She's Asian. She is an actress. She is a comic. She is an opera singer. She's insanely ridiculously. Talented. She does some Disney voice over work. He's great. When I was living in Los Angeles. And wanting to start a talk show. I was doing a show called Tony Cats tonight. That's why this is called Tony Cats. Today. I was starting to do that and started to figure hard to put that together when I got the opportunity to radio full time and I left Los Angeles because I couldn't give up the opportunity. This is what I want to do. And I knew I'd get back to that. Mickey. Was my was my Andy Richter but with style and class. She was my Ed McMahon. But without all the drinking She's just a ridiculously spectacular talent. And the part that she has super tiny part that she has, but I'm glad that she got it right there on there are no small parts. Only small actors. She happens to be four for 10. I rest my case. She's terrific. She should be hired for everything. That's the extent that I know of Cobra kind. Now Cobra Kai is in the news. Because it's the Los Angeles Times writes at Netflix. Cobra Kai broke out Now its whiteness is under a new spotlight. Oh, We're wrapped its whiteness. Seurat, Machos White and Williams. Abacha is white and I, There's gotta be some cultural appropriation in there right? Because they're there's martial arts here there and everywhere So you know it, Z. It's It's got to be just wrong. And then, of course it builds on toxic masculinity. The whole thing is just the worst thing in America stopped letting Children watch it. We're all going to be terrible. You could hear that. Anxiety building in their voice. It's Madness. What people do the levels of the way they search to find hate. This is why I oppose things like critical race theory and anti racism. Because within them, you are teaching people how to find hatred, how to search for bigotry even when it doesn't exist. You just have to decide that it's their decide that there's something that's in a front decide that you have been offended and well, that's all you've got to do. There's nothing else to do. No way to live. It's no way to be They're doing it. Hey, they found something that was this show shouldn't be successful. She was insane. Yet. Not only is it successful I don't know what the plan is, but it's very obvious they could go for three more seasons. Like they found the court. They found a core and they know that it's a touch campy and there's nothing I love more. That one is show understands that can't be works and they are committed to it. To be committed to the too campy right to a little bit of of just over the top and the kind you know that it's ridiculous and a little tongue in cheek, you have to be able to build characters that you care about. Because that's the on leeway. You can accept some of the silliness. That comes with it. Right? Some of that You need a little bit of the bitter to make that sugar palatable. Maybe the over the salt to make the sugar Powerball you Hey, look at your cooking. Takes skill. They figured it out. They could go three more seasons, and these guys are making money and look how many other people are making money because the show's there But no, no. Can't can't do that. Can't have that. Because whiteness That's Don't ever let these feet will be in charge of your life. Individual results may vary If you want.
"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.
"ed mcmahon" Discussed on KTRH
"And what you should contribute to the show she's like at the ed McMahon on the Johnny Carson show hello running making noises for her Joe why do you jump then they bring on guys like Heileman hi absolute reprobate these that mark Halpern on there but you know got in trouble with the shall I say sexual harassment they're trying to bring him back I got this guy barnacle perfect name he's a barnacle he had a plagiarism is you he's back it's like a bunch of a how shall I say circle morons that's the that's the word I'm looking for morons circle morons right there every morning talking to each other like they're in a mental institution there to change the graphics over there in MSL estate have padded walls and then obviously I think I have a good idea maybe I'd be the executive produce have padded walls but these people in there maybe one or two of them in a straight jacket and then rather than just a sort of a wide panning of a you know the TV camera you're looking at there you go into like a little peephole in the door to see what are they doing now as the bouncing off the walls screaming Hitler's name and stuff like that now that would be if a good show I watch that would you Mr medicine I think that would what change the name I like the next morning well all right I'll be right back then.
"ed mcmahon" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show
"It feels like crap that's on me, but we sat down at drew, and I was like, what this here, I want Amy here with the Andy Richter or the Ed McMahon, or the who, who else, vir mo- smelling zone. Secondary thing, but I want Amy to have that spot. And so it's all thing man's all come together. Eddie has a, a Switzer skirt screen with all the cameras. My has his own, like corner, raise like instead of him just standing behind me, which usually does. He's like has his own little tape now. It's pretty cool. Yeah. It'd be we have our stage. Kind of getting excited talking about it. What is when guests come in? Will they even if they're not performing, they'll go to the stage? They'll go to the chairs on the stage will sort of kind of had the chairs that'd be elevated. So the edge of the stage. It's a whole, you'll see it. The chairs will be there, otherwise their chairs whenever match the elevator on my desk, got to 'cause that's what I have now a desk. Yeah. Almost like an anchor desk, a single so an idea that screens built into the table it could be a disaster. But I doubt it. That's pretty excited about disaster kidding. There's thing yesterday Morgan between. I went, and here's that talk about high Tech's Morgan one, sometimes the wrong invites. No, you didn't not on air fare. You did that's thing about our show to sometimes I don't know what to talk about on the air. 'cause we talk about things. I wish we live different lives. So I could like file them into categories. I know but I send Morgan everyone leaving the show to go work for me in another. Casati. I said, Morgan, number one, 'cause you wanna go box tomorrow to thirty whatever, and I see the bubble come up and I'm like Ron Morgan ROY Morgan. And she's like, okay, cool. So then I it's an. I wanna go full, so cool, Bobby to invite me, then I'd be like, see then. Okay. What do you do? Right. Yeah. But then I had more number two. We went yesterday, and we're working working working hard to, and we're going to be I don't think I like this one today. Alice hard like this one today. This is my favorite. It was a tough one. But if you feel good after few days after she's like, look. I'm Sor Sor, too, but yeah, we boxed. But I'm convinced only what she'd be lunchbox. She'd be you. I know you've said that already. And I mean I'd love to die. I'm not like I'll fighter. I be afraid. You break, I be afraid. No good one. Here's what I'd be afraid. She hit so hard. I think she'd break, your read you think she'd break, my and it's just not worth the the insurance. I do if it's weird. I was a wimp or not. Yeah. It's funny how I got so much, not fighting. Let's do it. Yeah. Yeah. Fighter Morgan, unless Moscow first and then they'll already said, I'm not a winner. He said he would but he's not a win for doing it. Well, because he said he would do so do fighter. I don't have a problem punching, we're gonna to because she probably would beat me up. She saw me defending myself. She was punching this bag yesterday this, and she, she's got a crazy hook. And I'm like anybody's ribs done. I was like dude ever mess. Don't hit him in the face. Do do do crucial crush you like rocky when he's in the meat locker? Remember that? Yeah. He's punching the meat and there's breaking like you're breaking the ribs. The cows. Yeah. I didn't see that episode you feel strong. When you bought for strong when you box do makes me feel like really, like powerful person, even though I'm very little frightened. She is short. But she does punch man. Is she break a rib all of our all these workouts you has do, though? It's not just sparring right? It's like you do like jump rope and stuff, and the, the bag. What, what are we in the seventies, I'm picturing, rocky is what I'm picturing, you know, so what we did like some we worked out a little firstly..
"ed mcmahon" Discussed on Never Not Funny
"So I put those in at night, watchos a lot of Dean Martin stuff, but there was just something fun about that time that era in comedy, especially, but I love that Bantu between Ed McMahon and Johnny Carson just, you know, hell, I throw it all the time we conversation. I love it. It's it was just talking to comic out of Chicago Vince Moronta. We were. Worked a lot with when we first started that we, he was in a hotel room, and I'm just as guilty, this will watch that Dean Martin roasts commercial. Yeah. Yeah, if it's an actual program, like, and then when it's over it's like now, our, our that, well that's the trick as. Yeah. By the DVD's, even the time life. Johnny Carson tonight show, the great little clips and bits. I bought it, it actually did it. I was like fucking bite. It's great. Yeah, it's fun. It's just like you realize not that not that model aren't fund these days. But I don't know. There was just just to know that, that was the epicenter of show business at that time. That's what I go in Burbank. And I go past the Burbank studios on olive, and you know that there was a time in our country, when show business funneled through that studio. Yeah. And now it's so fractured is so many talk shows, so many different options that you forget that Johnny Carson had the burden of responsibility of entertaining, everybody at that time everybody. So. So there's something warm about him. And I read all the books and you hear all the stuff about him off stage, but I don't give shit about that. I like what I saw. Yeah. Agree with that. And I also think it's interesting that when you re watch those old like some of the jokes like the ones that bomb, like, I remember as a kid going isn't a great when he's saving these, these good jokes. That didn't work. Yeah. They didn't work because they're not good jokes. Some really bad jokes logs that, I can't believe those are the ones that got pregnant. But I think even in that PBS special that, that ran about Carson. That was always like, even as a kid, I was probably like ten or eleven. I always love when he bombed I loved it. And so this not insert this. But I'm working on a new our that'll be filming later on this year and all these hours, look the same right aesthetically. So I thought I want to do something different. So I'm going to talk show, but I'm the only one on the talk show. Seven watching all these things out of research because I do twenty minutes. A monologue jokes that I've worked with artists Hamilton at the store twenty minutes, a panel twenty minutes to stand up and visually a look like you're watching an old time, talk show, but it's just three different ways and styles of writing. Which I thought it'd be fun. So we'll do that later on. But I I love. And even when we're structuring the hour long like monologue jokes. We.
"ed mcmahon" Discussed on KGO 810
"The rain has already started to fall in parts of the bay area. And that's going to be on an all throughout the day. Brett burkhart. John and Joe Getty. Armstrong and Getty who radio talk show the same question. To their listeners. Perfect. This is Ed McMahon. And now he Armstrong and Getty. Studio. That's not a very. Ceasing your for. Dimly lit room deep in the bowels of the Armstrong and Getty communications compound. And today it is Friday run to the general manager free speech on college campuses while supplies last. Yeah. Not at all. Morning. My drive in my phone somehow slips out on my lap and falls under my feet. Oh, whoops. I'm surprised. They've never figured out the the dark nether region that is under the seat of an automobile. Visit just so crazy under their Dr wires, awfully sharp jagged edges. Yeah. James, you're gonna cut your fingers in crevasses pockets. You just can't get into..
"ed mcmahon" Discussed on KGO 810
"It'd been building you're right. The first time for over one hundred years combination of clouds and sun with an occasional shower in the forecast for today. I'm Brett burkhart. Joe getty. Jack Armstrong and Getty who the popular radio talk show asked the same question to their listeners. And here's their response. We're a country not Dr Seuss book. This is Ed McMahon. And now he. Armstrong and Getty. Studios. Dimly lit room deep within the bowels of the Armstrong and Getty communications compound. And hey, everybody day were under the tutelage. Our general manager migration. Why do you? Do you have to enough? All right. Thank you word for it. What do you? Call one hundred thousand Guatemalans crossing the border. Serious national policy crisis. That's what you call it a day with us, right? Do you think there is some sort of stupid joke? I thought you were setting. This is no time for me Bella wig earlier. This is not Joe. Today is. Nine year anniversary of becoming apparent as.
"ed mcmahon" Discussed on Mason & Ireland
"Like, wow, this is a lot easier sitting on your. It is a lot easier. Sometimes not having to drive the thing. Yeah. Some days, I think you could never be Ed McMahon. You had to be Johnny Carson, Johnny Carson king. And the way you explained to me in the beginning. You said there are generators and there a reactor. That's correct. I have to generate and you have to react because I hate reacting. True. Right. So I am I am the reactor. No. You're the generate agenda. Right right on the general. You're the Neil Armstrong. To that. In a in a pejorative way like the one in the two are equal. You would have been the first man in the moon. Not the second. That's correct second. Who remembers the second guy? Aldred doesn't. Yeah. It's got a better name all about Neil Armstrong. Some this once in one sentence that I thought was kind of brilliant. He says if there is a spotlight I need to be in. Today. I can't be outside of the spot. Outside. This don't you? Get tired of always being in the spotlight, you're like an anti you're like the opposite of a vampire when I leave here. There is no spotlight at all. None you're like. So when you go home one time in the spotlight for three and a half hours the rest of the home at home, you will one one runs the show. And you know what? And I don't mind, you know, I don't mind because occasionally you'd like being asked the question, I'm the two at home. Get a good one at work to at home. On the Laker games. I'm the driver and Michael. Lazy to be? Michael beck. But Michael you're one of the best twos. I've ever heard of you are I'm dead serious. Your interest is cannot be sincere. Your jokey your Punti. I the pre-game show is fantastic. Now to not be able to listen to Georgia. Now, it's just now it's just Michael George financial out every game show. It's a big game. It's only the Sixers. Hey, it's not my fault. I gotta have thirty seven jobs at this company. True. True working for the company man, you know, George Michael earlier said that even if we gave him the trip at three fifteen if we picked him as the winner goal. He would not go really jump on a plane fly private Mace base. You find not fly I'm flying. Are you are you like a member jet smarter or one of those like netjets, I'm flying spirit? You're not. Dalstrom three fifteen thousand dollars get you there for God's sake. You think I've spent fifteen. Flying. Thousand normal man. Let me ask you this. You probably could afford it. So you get you. If you wanted to do it you could do it. But I've had this same conversation. I remember I had this conversation with key. We had this conversation about Jim's. Right. So I go to LA fitness because I look at like thirty five bucks a month. Whatever he goes to equinox, which is like two hundred dollars month. Sure. Yes. Nicer it, smells a little better. But I don't feel like I could justify spending two hundred dollars on going to the neighborhood gym. I'm not even at one that you would know right. I'm not like at LA, fitness or Planet Hollywood. Or with research comes that. You just won't spend the money on it. I don't I think you can't take it with you carry you grieve spend a while. You're live smell the roses while you I had this conversation. My mom the other day. My mom was was talking about money. And she said why can't spend that much on that mom? You realize the goal should be that you leave the earth with ten dollars. That's it joy. May she worked Harleys years? You reward. It has ended in a surgical way. Like, for example. I did spend a lot on Super Bowl to right? Very genuine on vacation recent. I went on vacation, very charitable you. Give it to the less fortunate. Scholarship all that site that. For you. What is the last Iran's been the Super Bowl in LA come from nineteen seventy nine? Should go. This spoil yourself, but I'm not going by private jet..
"ed mcmahon" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"And it often works gloriously for American family, publishers, which just stole the of publishers clearinghouse, and they brought it Ed McMahon to do the thing years later, people still remember it, and they have it all screwed up, and they turned it into the other company just as Paul did by somehow thinking that Ed McMahon was working for publisher's clearing house. So I think you could say that it was a giant success. I also think you could say the publishers clearinghouse might not have been harmed by the theft, given that all these years later people. Remember the Ed McMahon stick and associated with their company. In other words. Ed McMahon was doing this for other company years later, people are still at that's why they're remembering the name, publishers clearinghouse. They actually sort of got a benefit off the whole thing. I know what you're all thinking where is this idiot going with all of this is that what you're thinking. You're thinking idiot. Well, where where is this dope going with this or just where is this going to throw out the idiot? Well, do you actually know that it's probably not idiotic that this is going to be an extremely interesting point. Why would I spend all this time pointing out the theft. I've got more examples I making a point here, and you just have to go with me on this at the examples that I come up with the illustrate the point I'm trying to make interesting I willing to bet that more than half, the people who are listening to be also thought that Ed McMahon worked for publishers clearinghouse, as I said, it's kind of a famous example in a couple of there've been marketing market research studies done as to how people remember that enmasse. Remember it wrong. Ed McMahon's Now, Dan, I don't know if American family publishers is around, but publishes still there their business models a little bit more shaky because people don't buy print magazines anymore, but they still the sweepstakes. And they still do the thing and. So what? No we actually use. When I was a kid. My parents used publishers clearinghouse bought the magazine Seth Wayne, that's how they subscribe to the magazines. I still remember that stuff coming in. You took like they had like a stamp for was the magazine when my mother was into all those what do you call them? Yeah. Like that. And how did you know what that's better homes and garden house, beautiful, whatever what do you? Call those Vegas. Just home improve not home improvement, but home, decor, magazines, just home magazines. I guess my mother got all those. Is back in the euro where there was nothing else to get though. I mean, you got the newspaper you turn the TV on there are magazines. There was no other media was there. So.
"ed mcmahon" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Ed McMahon. And now he. Armstrong and Getty. Not live from studio seed. You're listening to the best of Armstrong and Getty. I mentioned my son said that his teacher was talking about the Phoenix in class. And I said what in what? And it was all bladder bladders the same as penis. Right. No. Well, okay. They didn't say peanuts. They said bladder. They weren't talking about the peanuts. But this text bladder and penis like Armstrong and Getty completely different yet working together for the relief of all. Wow. Can we hire you, please? That's great. I'm excited about virtual reality. Where did that come up, my wife, and I were discussing the other day some VR thing that had happened. And she was kind Scoffing at it. And she's never tried it before, and we did have somebody come in and set up a VR system. Jesus was a couple years ago now, right? Oh, yeah. Shirts ten beyond shirts. Ten times better. Now was then, and it just is mind blowing. I couldn't love it more. I don't think I think this is going to be the future of practically everything certainly entertainment, but education and pornography, and we might as well check that box. But yeah. Education wise, it it's mind blowing. I'm so excited by that opportunity. You know, I could see myself is a kind of guy I still I love the read I love to learn I love to explore I'll be the happiest holster in the world. I'll be exploring the world and history and technology and stuff with macgonagall. Here's a perfect example of it. They have the audio with some of the most amazing journalism that was done world during World War Two. They had some people recording a bombing run that left from England in nineteen forty three to go bomb Berlin. And finally put the put it to the Germans right after years of being bombed themselves. And here's what the audio on the plane. Sounds like. How? Wow. If you.
"ed mcmahon" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville
"Glauca back Thom Hartmann here with you. Okay. If you're just tuning and I just want to recap this very very quickly. And you know, I I it's it's produced quite a response even on Twitter. I it's not rocket in. This wrestling analogy says I think the the role of the color the press is playing the role of the color commentators. And Fox News would be, you know, kind of the heel commentator Tiberius as you're aware that Trump is in the WWE hall of fame in when he was inducted in two thousand thirteen he said that was more important to him than having a Hollywood ha having a star on Hollywood or having highest ratings and TV or being a bestselling author or being a rich guy. And then here Mark Sumner. Who just as some of the most brilliant writing? Over on daily coz. I don't know if he's listening to the show, or if this is just like it's in the atmosphere, or if you read Matt Taibbi Email this morning to or his actually his yesterday. His is a subscription newsletter. But he says Donald Trump decided today was the day for another episode of the wall Trump invited speaker Nancy Pelosi number critic leader Chuck Schumer to stop by the White House. So he could push them to agree to wall in exchange for his not shutting down the government. The meeting was initially supposed to be off camera. But then decided Trump decided this be a great opportunity bringing the cameras and show the Democrats who's boss Trump came out smiling and lying attempting to quite border security with his multibillion dollar wall and maintaining the large sections of the wall were already built in working, and he continues. The rest of the on air quotes Schumer, you know, and he says the rest of the on air wrestling match consisted of Democrats attempting to get Trump to own up to shutting down the government. Trump lies about that. And then. And then but less than thirty seconds later Schumer had Trump pins down and forced him to either drop the whole idea or own it. It's like wrestling metaphors. What started all this is this piece? Matt Taibbi has a new newsletter. It's a subscription newsletter. It's a hate incorporated. You can easily Google it and find out where to where to sign up for it if you'd like and this week's version or yesterday's version. I just subscribed. Very recently is titled controversy creates cash, and it's about this big time wrestler, this professional professional wrestler by the name of Daniel Richards, who back in two thousand fifteen was watching Donald Trump and said, I know what this guy is doing. This is big time wrestling, you know, this is what I used to. He used to be a bad guy in wrestling. You've got the good guys there called the baby faces or the face the good guy. And then you've got the bad guy. The he'll the is the term used in professional, wrestling and keep in mind. Donald Trump is has been inducted into the professional. Wrestling hall, wrestling hall of fame. He has Linda McMahon. The wife of the guy who owns or owned the biggest wrestling franchise in the states in his cabinet. Trump knows this. I mean, he took Desi Ed McMahon. It's it's it's a different. First name, anyhow, he took McMahon and just took him down in in the rag shaved his head and everything else and Richards is talking about how this is what Donald Trump is doing is. He's doing wrestling. He's playing the role of the heal the bad guy and he's playing brilliantly. And in the press is like just taking this all as if it's real. It's like watching a wrestling match and going well, it looks like he's really going to prevail here. This is a serious consideration. No come on. I mean, this is amazing. It's just amazing will in Broomfield Colorado. Hey, will what's up? Anytime a good topic today. And I just happened to come across this in the news. The Colorado times recorder reported that first of all as you're probably aware, Colorado. Went variables with this past election in Colorado, Republicans had a retreat and David Horowitz. Was there to note speaker and the southern poverty Law Center has a lot to say about David. Hurry used to debate him. He's he his big thing is eighty Muslims. Yes. Well, if you let me let me, quote, the first part of his speech, and this is out of the order, and I sense it by Twitter the link to you. So you can verify hardwood said to Republicans, you're too damn nice Democrats. Call Republicans racist, sexist, homophobic, islamophobic, folks and Nazis in Republicans. Call Democrats, liberals, stop it. What are Democrats liberal about accepts next drug spending, other people's money katelyn, criminals, even American mortal enemies, like ran the benefit of the doubt Mouclier weapons and billions and cash to finance the sheriff's activities in opening borders to terrorists sexual predators and whoever comes along. Yes. Class. He got so toxic that I wouldn't even have him on a debate of anymore. We've got about forty five seconds. Well, what's your point? This is a classic. He'll speech. You can imagine a standing there in front of a microphone with means, gene, Oakland, and fed abo- and sunglasses. You know, the the Republicans at least Republicans like Horowitz. There is he'll mantle and the running with. Wow. And it's not gonna stop imitating Trump. Exactly. Wow. I, you know, I don't recall any president in my lifetime. Who did this? I think mixing came close. But. The closest it was really I mean, if you've listened to racial Mattis podcast bag, man, it was really Agnew who drove that the, you know, the the the whole Agnew came up with the with the phrase, the the I'm sorry. Oh, yeah. The nattering nabobs of negativism..
"ed mcmahon" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
"Of the tapes your appearances on the tonight show Johnny Carson. Do you have the archives of those appearances? Stuff is on it. He's of tape. To here. But no, I didn't keep that stuff. I had such a good time with Johnny all the time. I never did anything on that show Dan to to promote anything. I one on one particular show I was doing that Mr. Belvedere series and I was gonna sing gonna, change my ammo from a writer to a singer, and I sign on the tonight show and and and I sang off key really bad. So Johnny asked me said, when is the show gonna plan? I said Thursday. He said Thursday, bowling. But then I blamed it on doc severinsen that we didn't have a chance to work out together. But no, I had I had a good time with Johnny all the time. I mean, I really did push straight me, but first time you go on, I, I don't know if you get nervous or not. I don't know going to the plate, you know facing sandy Koufax is more nerve racking than you know going on the tonight show. But if you were going to compare the two, how nervous where you going on the tonight show I the first time I did it was nineteen sixty nine and they were. They were still in New York, and I little tight about it, but it went pretty well. And as we said, goodnight, I heard Johnny. I heard Johnny Aspen, Ed McMahon. He said that this guy really played baseball. Back to weeks later and from there on, you know, I don't know four or five shows a year and always had a good time with always, but then you get Mr. Belvedere you get the Miller lite commercials as well. I mean it all just like there was a there was a time when you were you and John Madden and maybe Cosell in there you guys were at the peak there? Well, it was a lot of fun. You know, I didn't do anything to promote myself. I would just doing things to have a good time when I was playing baseball. Mice out was two thousand dollars under the minimum. Which one the union. Upset about it, but that was no big deal either. You know, I I, I had a winter job. We all for the most part when you're playing back in the fifties and sixties, we had off season jobs and you had to have it because you weren't making enough money unless you are one of the, you know, the big guys. What was your worst off season John. I, I worked construction outside. So long. And that was kinda tough. I was working on frozen pipes from laboratories and senior citizens homes, and that got to be a little test. Your hands are always cold. So I can't touch yourself either. So I mean, wash your face, your hands are freezing. I mean, it's it's tough. It was a tough job, but I had four kids and I still I, I still don't know where they are. No, I always had a good time at I. I got a chance to play. I played and I played the big leagues and but I also like to make people laugh. Have you got a minute, I'll tell you about one of the great place. Yes. And it was always spring training game. What still I had a chance to knock in the winning run against the Orioles down to Miami is a runner at third, this really to outs I hit a rocket down the third base line and I'm going out of the box. I know I, I got a base hit right now. I see Brooks Robinson make diving stab, and he's in follow territory. Now. I know there's gonna be a play at first. I see boop how breaking for the bag, right? So now I really start busting on the line and I had a little habit of knocking my hat with my phone. So it looked like I was really moving and as I get close to the bag boop, how is gonna take the throat now, all of a sudden he starts backing off the bag and I, I got a base hit knocked in the winning run. And as I just about step on the bag, I see a gloved down there with a ball, and it was Brooks Robinson tagging the bag. Is the only five unassisted player. You just you just did beat me, but. To if the brewers win the World Series. Finish that sentence. I will pay suit the Grand Canyon..
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"ed mcmahon" Discussed on Back To Work
"It's not like filling the get in with an Ajax request or something bad. Is it below it? And they want you to see those? I would just 'cause I got a nasty mind. I would guess that it at the very least will be able to demonstrate an increase level of engagement, and it might count toward. What the show to advertisers for how engage somebody is in it. But the more I don't think this is the case. But on the other hand, I would not be surprised but usability thing. In other words, I don't think it's easy ability thing at all. I mean, because if somebody's got any kind of disability or preference causing them, click more is not a happy thing when you. I think that's the best explanation I've ever deep dark one might be, we know the deal with publishers clearinghouse. I remember I reading about this in the nineties because you always like publishers clearinghouse. It's so weird. Where that wise Ed McMahon coming to your house with balloons. It's so strange, but the story goes, supposedly that you know, you get the thing in the mail and it says, hey, you could win a Buick, right? So like fill this out and send it in. And in fact you can choose from these stickers. You can grab the color of Buick that you would like us to bring to your house and it cetera, et cetera. All these things you can fill out. You can become a full stack participant, right? And the story goes that depending on how you responded to that you get tagged as having a certain level of engagement with your junk mail. Because basically, first of all, now you've shown yourself to be someone who opens junk mail because you're doing publishers clearinghouse. And second of all you show that you will heavily engaged with your junk mail and now d. people can market to you more aggressively knowing that you're someone that will do that supposedly. What was my point about publishers clearinghouse that, yeah. On. But in this crazy age will tell you, man, just knowing how every all that Java script out there watching what you're doing. I would not be that surprised to find out not saying this is true, but wouldn't be surprised to find out that those kinds of levels of engagement didn't get fed back into some kind of super profile that can be used in the same way. Publishers clearinghouse with. Yeah, that makes perfect sense. The the only the only reason that I had ever thought of it was that you know you have the whole above the fold below the fold thing. And if if you collapse the content of the article, then that allows you to show the ads that are beneath the article above the fold in the first view, and I don't know, but you know what, you know what they say Merlin to to be a good cop. You've got to think like a criminal. Is that right? That's a good idea. That's a good idea. You shouldn't act on it though. Probably. Yep, there's that guy supposedly, like I got all jammed up with the cop got jammed up with the monopoly game. Reading about that. I tweeted about those things because I remember that vividly the little the little monopoly pieces beyond your coke and on your your French fries and all of that..
"ed mcmahon" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"The way the that was sh maker the ed mcmahon of the show with all the guttural noises and by the way look what trump's done with isis look what he's done with iran look what he's done with north korea look what he's doing with china and so forth and so how dare this man who's accomplished nothing who's done nothing in his life certainly not uniquely make comments like this with that phony former congressman setting their whether wc fields bogus noses that he's got and make a bridge in ski incredible yeah ahead is torn up tpp he's torn up nafta pretty much he's trying to erase any image of memory of barack obama as president and he takes the around the court and tosses that out it's no accident joe that we haven't mentioned this yet this morning it's no accident that yesterday from mobile missile sites in syria iran fired raucous hey dummy plagiarised the israelis wanted to get rid of this deal do you think the israelis wanted to get rid of this deal so the iranians would shoot missiles into their cities do realize how stupid you are dear really have to be this stupid the on msnbc the whole lineup rachel maddow hey guys chris matthews hey how're you doing one after the other one after the other barnum and bailey what they need a few elephants on there if.
"ed mcmahon" Discussed on KARN 102.9
"The way that was sh maker the ed mcmahon of the show with all the guttural noises hit and by the way look what trump's done with isis look what he's done with iran look what he's done with north korea look what he's doing with china and so forth and so how dare this man is accomplished nothing who's done nothing in his life certainly not uniquely make comments like this with that phony former congressman setting their whether wc fields bogus noses that he's got and make a bridge in ski incredible yeah ahead is torn up tpp he's torn up nafta pretty much he's trying to erase any image memory of barack obama as president and he takes the iran accord and tosses that out it's no accident joe that we haven't mentioned this yet this morning it's no accident that yesterday from mobile missile sites in syria iran fired rockets hey dummy plagiarised the israelis wanted to get rid of this deal do you think the israelis wanted to get rid of this deal so the iranians would shoot missiles into their cities de realize how stupid you are you really have to be this stupid the be on msnbc the whole lineup rachel maddow hey guys chris matthews hey how're you doing how're you doing how many one after the other one after the other barnum and bailey what they need a few elephants.
"ed mcmahon" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Sinoe evil hear no evil and another you i believe those were the four that they started stircrazy being the best of of all of them seven eight area code so johnny carson ed mcmahon johnny carson ed mcmahon were brilliant they were so good together especially when they did karnak when when when johnny would do karnak the timing that they had together the way that ed played off of johnny yeah they were it was magic to watch those guys and they were great they were great on with guests as well and but i really i mean you know he was a great he was a great second banana ed mcmahon he was great and johnny carson obviously a legend and those two guys worked fantastic together eight four seven area code says ralph kramden and ed norton iki that's the ultimate right there does right there that's a comedy duo right there are carney jackie gleason doesn't get much better than that the brilliant thing about that was that they never rehearsed gleason hated to rehearse he hated it he wanted to be as as quick and spontaneous as possible and and he expected everybody that he worked with to be on their toes and be ready to maybe improviser change so much so that if he forgot a line he had like these physical things that he would do to to tell the other actors that he didn't know what the next line was or the next pete was he would touch his lapel in a certain way or just you know whatever we was wearing a tie or something like that but there was like a lapel thing that he would do to indicate audrey meadows or joyce randolph for our carney whoever the guest actors were that he didn't know where they were in the script because he didn't want to didn't want to rehearse so the other actors would be required to pick up a line or two that jackie gleason was missing but it never played that way man and always played you know it always played professionally in great and obviously the the chemistry between everybody in their cast but especially between him and art carney magic that's that's that's a comedy team here's mike on wgn i mike hey nick how're you doing well i got the pythons sure that dudley moore peter cook classic.
"ed mcmahon" Discussed on WLOB
"Morning i'll give you the carry that with me all weekend row it'll be taperraging with action yeah yeah you can actually put it as your ringtone on your phone if you want the the above mike logical teeth former on air partner ted talbott will use the calling the ed mcmahon of maine and we once had at mcmahon on here so during it out sawa yeah before way so i got him to do and now here's dead talbot and that is still has seen tone eleven years later that is amazing when it and i bring tenant or or a big booming voice to say and now the board certified and now but borden says affordable rachel sutherland that right with a good one it in neighbouring well you know what what's in it to you will send it to your own the twitter we'll we'll be tweeting to you yeah i think my time on the twitter i was on there last night oh framed in el frank beep owing you know when will this ever whittle this ever conclude to ever will should it i don't know what you guys talk about on the radio well it's crazy rachel it really is the same with al franken it's interesting there's a show on cbs colleague talk i don't know if you're familiar with it or not uh by the julie chen sharon osborne sara gilbert uh and so i can't remember anyhow other five women who were on the show it's kind of like the view but it's better and i predicted yesterday they would open the show with al franken in miss at all because he's one of their bodies and that's exactly what they did that well you know sure laws warren went to the point of saying you know used to be one i flew on planes when people were slain by withdraw pictures on their faces and i one time and she told us on the air i piers morgan was asleep with his mouth open snoring so i pop rust belt and put it in his mouth that's what she said oh and that's how a gay that's how they justify modell frank and did i just thought it.