5 Burst results for "Ellen Aldo"

"ellen aldo" Discussed on MadTrio Podcast

MadTrio Podcast

05:52 min | 2 years ago

"ellen aldo" Discussed on MadTrio Podcast

"No no no comment backing your goals. I think he did parts. It was a cop you imagine getting pulled over by Eddie Haskell. Sure that'd be hilarious. Just shocked that he was a police. Officer you gotTa do something after five minutes of Fame Rover Y- you can't do what What's his name? Danny Bonnici did. Oh Wow what more. It was a police officer for eighteen years. Yeah I wonder how often this life somebody recognize them and said. Hey you wouldn't happen to be on TV. Probably in the beginning of his career police officer from he was a police officer. Nineteen seventy nineteen eighty eight. I guarantee people new Eddie haskill back then. Yeah because it was. It had to be pennies on the dollar cheaper to run a TV. Show from the fifties early sixties on On repeat on TV show when we were kids when it was to do shows like night court etc so. I wouldn't be surprised if Brian James and I are generation was really last people actually see that show on some sort of consistent basis is all that stuff was on when we were kids. I thought I thought it was a new show. You know there's my dad going. Yeah I saw it. Sorry son. I had my son watching The Andy Griffith show for a while he liked it so I mean it's it's whether shows you know I think myself would probably still like leave it to beaver but still monsters. I think that's family more classic. Tv I think those shows a universal though and I think there are a lot more universal than most the shows that are on now. Because one. You've got you've got very simple storytelling you've got very clear narratives classic Narratives Very American nuclear nuclear family narratives. But so. I don't think those shows whatever not be classics versus if you take a look like Like the Dragnet nineteen sixty through nineteen seventy as much as I liked the show. It's very time. It's a time capsule from the language they use to the sets. They use versus. If you take a look at Hawaiian five o which started out in like six late sixty sixty eight sixty seven and lasted until the early eighties. That was way ahead of its time and even now to some degree is only really aging in some areas. If you watch it now Hawaii. Five O the original. Okay Hawaii Five O. If you take a look from the sets to the way they speak to the clothes the clothes were seventy but overall the methodist storytelling is still very modern. Up until I think Drama everything came super dramatized. I think now. Everything Super Drama reboot just ended. I am really wow. Last episode was A couple of weeks was it any good. I never saw it at times because I was a fan of the original but at times it was good. It was entertaining. I mean sometimes you need minor stuff to watch in reality. Tv's not on we recruit DDR everything so yeah so. Do you think there's going to be? I don't watch any modern television just because I don't have time and I don't really have cable etcetera. Are there any shows you think ten twenty years from now? We'll be classics. Like the Andy Griffith. Show like Shows like Rick you think so? I you know what I what. I'm really watching the time right now. Which has gotten a new life on On netflix dot community. Don't know be ever watch show community. It's a comedy show. Is that the one with Chevy Chase got fired from see I don't watch comedies or dramas get him mash. I think mash will be a millennial a classic. I think I think over time it's going to be aged out but I do think that's GonNa stay popular for a long time just because it's a classic tale mashes good I think the only thing people are going to get tired of and I I know I do at times is how heavy-handed Ellen Aldo wasn't the storytelling of it. 'cause somebody once told me Not told me an interview said when you're when you were on the thing with Mash and Alan alda directed he said it was. It was God than other Nola speaking for God and he said it got really annoying. Dealing with Alan alda because how egotistical I pain in the ass you was to deal with. Oh I read somewhere. That Jamie Farr got in a fight with them. That'd be an interesting one and watch. I got money on baby far. I was GONNA say 'cause heels on store would it be normal? I because I think I think. Ncis will age well because it's another thing. That's because I think for me I think it's basic classic stories. It's simple storytelling. Eagle in general are going to aid you very well. I think there's always going to be a crowd of people. Watch that stuff. I land hold on hold on. I don't think law and order were age will I think NCIS? I think the first couple of seasons will age. Well I think law and order will eventually. We'll be okay. That criminal minds is the one that will probably stay for a long time. You think so. Besides the fact that very I don't see I kinda go with.

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"ellen aldo" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

04:44 min | 3 years ago

"ellen aldo" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Months ago. All right. Let's continue with this guy with this. Putt putt. He's talking a lot about this golf course. Kind of takes me back to my childhood except for you can see the putt, putt course, is just the swamped with all of this water within two thousand businesses in homes across this area have been flooded waters. Are continuing to go down. We're expecting more rain this weekend. Erin ABC's. Will you Erin? Aaron Aaron ABC's. Welcome. Can grab that Erin ABC's. Well, car from Guerneville, California and the stunning images. There will our thanks to you. Really right in there on that. But but ABC's well car will cause the putt. But man, I very good. I just went into Ernie Anderson, then so I've been talking with George Pinocchio. Oh, good. He lives in Ernie Anderson's old house. No, no. Because I Don I know who he bought it from you mean, the one in studio city. I don't know where it is. I know exactly where it, but he says I'll give you the argue that the name of the street it starts with a T. Okay. Is the house on a street? The begins with a t that begins with a t and is backed up to the LA river the answer to both those questions is. Yes. So fun fun story though that his wife used to park her red Porsche or Jag in the driveway looked great with the Red Front door when. When George and his wife repainted, the house years later, the patriot discovered the door which had a nice sheen had been painted with car paint to match the car o. That is cool. That's something already would do. Hey. But they bought it. Then who is the lunatic on mash is Ellen Aldo anti-death-penalty, Mike, Mike, Mike, Mike Farrell. Mike farrell. Yeah. Yeah. Then he bought that. He bought it from Mike Farrell things. Mike Farrell had that house for one. It's a beautiful house huge piece of property there. And that's where the Duke got lost ban. A quick story about the about Ernie Anderson's, the voice of ABC the love boat, then LA bowed, and he owned that house there, and he was friends with a guy named Pat stud still if you're a sports fan, you may know, the name doesn't matter. It does to this story stud style was a punter for the lions, and I think he played for the Rams a couple years as well. And he was over there. My dad was there had stood still Ernie Andrews. They're all drinking and Ernie Anderson had a football call he called it the Duke, and it was in plexiglas, and it was signed by the nineteen fifty five Browns all of them. I think the Browns won the championship in nineteen fifty five fifty five. So the whole the the football sitting there probably worth thousands of dollars. And it's under plexiglas and Ernie Anderson says to Pat Stutz, those a punter is man, I could have been a punter the NFL and Pat says, well, that's not true. It's a skill and you don't possess that skill. And he goes man, I could punch you at a heartbeat. So let's break out the Duke. So they opened up the the the plexiglas and break out the Duke, a pristine white and yellow football are white and tan football. They'd signed by everyone of the Cleveland Browns back in nineteen fifty five Ernie Anderson, kicks it. It and really lays into it. It goes like thirty five yards. There's a pretty beautiful, you know, punt, and it goes into the pool area. Somebody grabs it probably Paul brings it back and now pets still steps into it. And he kicks it about sixty five yards. It goes over the fence into the LA river. And I remember Ernie running to the fence and looking through a crack in the fence. And all you hear is man. There goes the F and Duke. Football where thousands of dollars it. Just now going down the LA river man ban. There goes the Duke. But that's a beautiful house. I'd like to see that house. You think we're close enough to to what's his name Pinocchio. Yeah. We could go over there. I should probably know his name before we go there. George Pinocchio, right. Yes. I'd love to see that house. Again. It was pretty cool over Oscar's weekend. He tweeted out a photo, you this red maple cafe just right over here. Riverside. They've put Pinocchio face onto a lot day. And they've named it the George Pinocchio. Is that right? Yeah. That's pretty cool. I made it relied on Italian. Oh, yes. Definitely. I, you know, I guess all relied on.

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"ellen aldo" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

04:44 min | 3 years ago

"ellen aldo" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Months ago. All right. Let's continue with this guy with his buddies talking a lot about this golf course. Kind of takes me back to my childhood except for you can see the putt, putt course, is just hold the swamped with all of this water in two thousand businesses in homes across this area. Haven't wanted waters are continuing to go down. We're expecting more rain this weekend. Erin ABC's, well, car you Erin, Erin. Erin. ABC's well car we can grab that. Erin. ABC's well car from Ville, California and the stunning images. There will our thanks to you. Really right in there on that. Putt putt on ABC's. Well, car will cause the blood, but. All right. Very good. I just went into Ernie Anderson, then so I've been talking with George Pinocchio. Oh, good. He lives. Earning Anderson's old house. No, no. Because I Don I know who he bought it from you mean, the one in studio city. I don't know where it is. I know exactly where it is. But he says I'll give you the argue that the name of the street it starts with a T. Okay. Is the house on a street? The begins with a t begins with a t and is backed up to the LA river the answer to both those questions is. Yes. So fun fun story though that his wife used to park her red Porsche or Jag in the driveway looked great with the Red Front door when when George and his wife repainted, the house years later, the patriot discovered the door which had a nice sheen had been painted with car paint to match the car. Oh, that is cool. That's something already would do. Hey. But they bought it. Then who is the lunatic on mash is Ellen Aldo anti death-penalty or Mike Mike, Mike, Mike Farrell. Mike farrell. Yeah. Yeah. Then he bought that. He bought it from Mike Farrell things. Mike Farrell had that house for one. It's a beautiful house huge piece of property there. And that's where the Duke got lost ban. A quick story about the about Ernie Anderson's the voice of ABC. The love boat, then love bowed, and he owned that house there, and he was friends with a guy named Pat stud still if you're a sports fan, you may know, the name doesn't matter. It does to this story. That was a punter for the lions, and I think he played for the Rams a couple years as well. And he was over there. You know, my dad was there had stud still, Ernie Anderson. They're all drinking and Ernie Anderson had a football call he called it the Duke, and it was in plexiglas, and it was signed by the nineteen fifty-five Browns all of them. I think the Browns won the championship in nineteen fifty five fifty five. So the whole the the football sitting there. It's probably worth thousands of dollars. And it's under plexiglas and Ernie Anderson says to Pat studs, those punter man, I could have been a punter the NFL and Pat says, well, that's not true. It's a skill and you don't possess that skill. And he goes man, I could punch you at a heartbeat. So is this. All right. Let's break out the Duke. So they opened up the the the plexiglas and break out the Duke, a pristine white and yellow football are white and tan football that signed by every one of the Cleveland Browns back in nineteen fifty five Ernie Anderson kicks. It and really lays into it. It goes like thirty five yards. There's a pretty beautiful punt, and it goes into the pool area. Somebody grabs it probably Paul brings it back and now pet stud still steps into it. And he kicks it about sixty five yards. It goes over the fence into the LA river. And I remember Ernie running to the fence and looking through a crack in the fence. And all you hear is man. There goes the Duke. This football where thousands of dollars. It's just now going down the LA river man ban. There goes the Duke. But that's a beautiful house. I'd like to see that house. You think we're close enough to to what's his name Pinocchio. Yeah. We could go over there. I should probably know his name before we go there. George Pinocchio, right. Yes. I'd love to see that house. Again. It was pretty cool over Oscar's weekend. He tweeted out a photo year this red maple cafe just right over here in riverside. They put Pinocchio face onto a lot. And they've named it the George Pinocchio. Is that right? That's pretty cool. I made it relies on its, hey, you know. Yes. Definitely. I, you know, I guess we're live on KFI..

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"ellen aldo" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"ellen aldo" Discussed on KGO 810

"To put together strollers that catches sitting. You're fired said the drunk right job where they know lean and you weren't allowed to lean against something. Like they're talking to you time to lean. It's time to clean. Good one. That's a good one to this for this for anybody. Who doesn't listen to sucky music is bread. And this is what Joe is smoking dope to college. Hillary is scenario. Banging my head turn it on. Try to get an erection of their song. Just try. Music for women who'd like to be less, but are still straight guys who are not really in the name of this. This music was so popular for a long time. Never happened. Sing this sorta singer which was big in the seventy s. Ellen Aldo seem Mike chill Sonnen. I don't get it. Those who did really enjoyed it, Michael. He's an MA fighter. Don't you? So devoid of testosterone. A couple of things go and said yesterday we haven't commented on today. Maybe we should get to that other things coming up on the Armstrong and Getty show. Good conscience. Armstrong and Getty on K G O, eight ten. Nine forty six A K G O going back to the.

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"ellen aldo" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:55 min | 3 years ago

"ellen aldo" Discussed on KQED Radio

"In this hour. What's a possible compromise? Look like from the border. I'm Steve Inskeep. And I'm Rachel Martin the field of twenty twenty presidential hopefuls is broadening California. Senator Kamala Harris launched her campaign from Oakland over the weekend and former Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz says he's considering a run as an independent. We also get the latest from the trial of drug kingpin, El Chapo will his defense. Lawyers. Put him on the stand. It is Monday. January twenty eighth last night Ellen Aldo when the lifetime achievement award from the Screen Actors Guild and today, he turns eighty three years old. The news is next. Live from NPR news in Washington, I'm korva Coleman. Hundreds of thousands of federal employees are going back to work today with a partial government shutdown now over it lasted five weeks. NPR's? Brockton Booker says many are now asking when they'll see their back pay the longest shutdown in US history is well history. The question on the minds of many workers who were furloughed or had to work with no pay is win. Will they get their money in an appearance on CBS over the weekend? Acting White House chief of staff, Mick Mulvaney, said soon he said that he hoped by the end of the week all the back pay will be made up NPR's. Braxton Booker congressional leaders have until February fifteenth to reach an agreement on border security or risk. Another partial shutdown. President Trump tells the Wall Street Journal he believes there's less than a fifty fifty chance. Congress will come up with a deal he'd be willing to sign this week. The Federal Reserve is. Holding its first monetary policy meeting of the year. Steve Becker reports that fed chair Jerome Powell and his colleagues on the policy-making Federal Open Market committee are expected to hold short-term interest rates steady. When the fed raised rates last month. It said further gradual rate hikes will be needed. But after stocks plunged amid global economic concerns pal pledged patients in raising rates, it's considered a foregone conclusion. The key federal funds rate will be kept in a two and a quarter to two and a half percent. Target range, but analysts will closely pars defence policy statement for future rate clues will it soften its December description of the economy as strong will it be less emphatic about the need for more rate hikes Powell hold a press conference after each meeting this year could embellish on the Fed's intentions when he talks to reporters Wednesday for NPR news. I'm Steve back near Venezuela's opposition leader is calling for more mass. Protests in the campaign to drive President Nicolas Maduro out of office. NPR's Philip Reeve's says the largest protest is expected next Saturday hundreds of thousands took to Venezuela's streets Las Wednesday, and so possession leader quango declared himself interim president now why does planning another nonviolent mass mobilization? He's calling for protests on Wednesday lasting, two hours. A mass demonstrations across the country on Saturday. He says Saturday's protest is time to coincide with a deadline set by European nations from the doodo to call new elections, an ultimatum Madonna's rejected with security services are under intense opposition pressure to defect how they respond to these protests could prove critical human rights activists say the security forces detained moving eight hundred people last week for the breeze. NPR news Caracas on Wall Street. The Dow Jones industrial average is down nearly one and a half percent at twenty four thousand three hundred eighty four. You're listening to NPR news. News from K Q E D news. I'm Brian watt. Pacific Gas and electric is expected to officially filed for bankruptcy protection tomorrow cake. Jeremy Siegel reports. That's just one part of a busy week for the utility. It's probably not just PGN either. It'll be filing on Tuesday. It's also shareholders and victims of wildfires who are suing the utility. They're expected to say why they think PG, and he should not file for bankruptcy. Then on Wednesday. A federal judge overseeing the utilities criminal case will hold a probation hearing up for discussion whether the company should conduct a sweeping reinspection of its power facilities to ensure their wildfire safe and on Thursday state. Utility regulators will meet it'll be their first public meeting after the bankruptcy protection. Filing. Emotions are expected to be. Hi, I'm Jeremy Siegel, kqed. Acuity news, former San Francisco Giants president and owner and Safeway CEO, Peter. Mcgowan died yesterday after a long battle with cancer. Mcgowan led a last minute effort in one thousand nine hundred ninety two to keep the giants from relocating to Tampa Bay by organizing a group to purchase the team McGowan grew up a New York Giants fan which influenced his decision to buy the team here. He is in an interview with W TV P in Illinois. And I just didn't want to see the community go.

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