36 Burst results for "Ernie"

Places to Fly Fish

Travel with Rick Steves

03:51 min | 13 hrs ago

Places to Fly Fish

"Desportivo fly-fishing has become a favorite way for many urbanites to decompress. And that's how Chris Santillo started his fifty places recreation guides. He now also writes about places to paddle bicycle golf end snowboard, but his number one passion is fly fishing Chris thanks for joining US great to be here, Rick. Thanks what is it about fly fishing that those who know it and love it or so passionate about I've thought about this a lot oftentimes when I'm out on the river and I think that people come at it from a lot of different directions I. I think there's the chance to be out in nature in a quiet and beautiful place. There's an old saying that's trout don't live in ugly places and neither do bone Fisher Tarp in Atlantic Salmon. So you're usually in pretty pristine places that can support these fish species. About especially, if you're river fishing about being in the water, I don't mean to sound cliche but there is something about the oneness of being with the river in that sense of flow I drive a lot over mountains and past beautiful rivers in Europe and the United States and I see a lot of people with hip Bhutan standing deepen in the river and there is something. Special about that I would imagine you have there is a feeling of being. In the moment and in the flow of life of the rivers as a metaphor for flow of life and time passing, and it's never the same water that you're standing in and I think there is something profound rap subliminal about that that has an appeal There is an analytic. A fly fishing I think it has appealed to people the whole idea of trying to determine what the Fisher eating at a given time, and then trying to either look in your fly box and find the the right fly that seems to match the kind of bugs at the trout might eating or I know some friends will bring a fly tying vice in some feathers and hair and hooks to the side of a stream, and if they don't have what the right bug is at the time or the right fly, they will go and tie it. Up on the spot and hope that they're going to make that match matching the hatches, the term that writer named Ernie Schreiber came up with years ago the hatch being the kind of insect that is occurring on the river at that time but just having the arsenal and matching the flame with the others that are being eaten that's probably integral to being successful fly, Fisher and very important, and you'll find some anglers that are you know better equipped than others I've been out with some friends who will have literally five hundred or a thousand flies. I usually have one or two boxes and and hope that what I have. Oh, cover things ninety percent of the time, but there's always ten percent that doesn't work and one blanket work. Great. This morning in another flight would work great in the same hole this afternoon exactly because what happens on many river systems as you will have different sorts of insects emerging coming out of river or settling down upon the river at different times of the day you might have may flies that are. Popping up from the bottom of the river as Nymphs, and then turning into adult bugs and being on the surface in the morning, and that might be a white insect, the size of your Pinky Nail, and then in the afternoon as it gets warmer, the grasshoppers might become active and the wind may be him into the river and they are green and yellow, and they're the size of your thumb. It's sort of a a battle going on what are the it is it's man versus nature. Chris and Taylor has written a dozen best selling books about outdoor adventures in his fifty places series. One of his titles collects the thoughts of Passionate Anglers Y. I, fly fish and their favorite fishing places are covered in fifty more places to fly fish before you die you'll also see Chris's byline and major sport fishing publications.

Chris Santillo United States Desportivo Atlantic Salmon Europe Ernie Schreiber Bhutan Fisher Writer Rick Taylor
Fresh update on "ernie" discussed on Ernie Brown

Ernie Brown

00:33 min | 13 hrs ago

Fresh update on "ernie" discussed on Ernie Brown

"Where I will bring you today's news views and reviews as I have done for the last quarter of a century. That's quite a long time. Enjoy it while you can. We'll begin with the headlines, the tweets and the stories in a moment. I'll give you the phone number 855 470 Way too, because it is open Mike to Mike Friday. And you can comment on anything that's bugging you, frankly. I want to begin with something that I noticed that is not in the media. And that is the fact that yesterday I covered a bit of Plato's republic. Now think about this. Don't turn this show off so quick. I know I didn't say Trump or Biden. I didn't say Bill Amarante fight and say socialism or capitalism. Plato wrote the Republic 2700 years ago, Okay? I had to read it in high school. And I used to reference it on my show regularly and I stop referencing it for years. So then I come up to the studio that I haven't used in a long time for over a year now, and I find my own library. Like old friends sitting around with my My little post its here and there and I start reading yesterday from Plato's Republic. And it becomes so interesting to me. That I did a podcast. Name a title from yesterday Show call from Plato's Republic to our Republic how it relates to Trump or Biden. Now we have a site where the podcasts are posted every day. Then they linked out to all of the other part cast sites like Apple. I don't know. Spotify don't know All of the places People get podcast. You could go to michael savage dot com and listen to it, for that matter. Now we actually find out how many people listen to it every day. There's a report every day of how money downloads they're off for the podcast. And they're all about the same. You know, within a certain range, right? And they're all high. Yesterday. On this from Plato's Republic to our Republic. We had doubled the downloads that we've had in the past, which tells me That my audience at least I cannot speak for the general public. My audience craves philosophy. My audience craves history, my audience, it has always tended to have a higher intelect than the average talk radio audience. And so I think the number of downloads indicates that that is true. I mean, we have evidence that tends to support that, and I'm going to talk about that for another minute or two. Which is in a way philosophy. Do you thirst for philosophy? Do you still read philosophy Is philosophy still relevant? Have you heard the word philosophy on Fox News? I haven't Nobody uses philosophy anymore. So is there a place for philosophy? In today's hyper political times? I would say more so than ever. It's just like looking at a classic painting in an age of garbage painting in an age of gibberish where people can't paint the portrait. You look at the great Masters and you see their portrait with a person. In the oil literally comes out of the canvas at you. Yeah, I think there's a place for classics. Place for history, a place for philosophy, So I want to begin more. I ended yesterday, which is How are related my readings on Plato's republic to our Republican how it relates the Trump and Biden and I played that in one minute. But I found something new this morning as I was sitting here in the studio. Pondering what to say on this Friday. And it was about what's happening in our society right now. And how total freedom leads to anarchy. How a democratic society in its thirst for liberty may fall under the influence of bad leaders who lead us to tyranny. And he said that that is what happened. I mean, I said, that's exactly why were we are in tyranny right now. It's because all of you think you're entitled to liberty. And I mean unlimited, unfettered liberty with no controls whatsoever. So the social justice warriors are the Prima facia example. Of brats who have never been disciplined in their lives by By mothers and fathers if they had such who never said no to them, and so when they don't get their way. They no longer cry. They now break when those burn things, and some of them shoot police, some of them walking the streets of New York and punch old women in the face. Okay, This is what is happening in the country right now, and the nation is literally Melting down in front of our eyes, and that is because an excessive desire for liberty. You wait. You may think that liberty is the greatest merit of a Democratic society. And it's the on ly merit of a democratic society. But I would argue to the contrary. There's no such thing is 100% liberty. There are constraints on all of us from cradle to grave. And yet the successive desire for liberty that we're seeing in the streets of America explains why the anarchists are raining. Let us say without without any constraints because the police have been neutralized by them. The police have been abused by them. The police have been so abused by these left wing vermin. That the police have decided to stand down and the anarchists now control the streets. Now this goes back..

Plato Biden Donald Trump Mike Friday Spotify Fox News Bill Amarante America Apple New York
My Husband's New Hobby is Harrassing People

Does This Happen to You

04:57 min | 5 d ago

My Husband's New Hobby is Harrassing People

"Corona virus arrived in February and my husband retired in May, like the rest of us he is in doing what he planned gone. Ernie thoughts of traveling attending sports events or picking up a job as a substitute teacher I worried at first about what he would do when he retired he doesn't Gulf or fish and has never had hobbies. But I didn't need to worry he's found a new hobby and it's consuming hours of his time. He is now harassing people. The other day he spent an hour on the phone with our Internet provider. He found out he could save twenty dollars a month by cancelling his current contract and starting out as a new customer by the end of their conversation. He had lowered our bill by sixty dollars the day before that, he spent three hours talking to the insurance company. When he got off the phone, he said I got our premiums reduced and there's no copay. Last. Week, we got a check for one hundred and fifty dollars in the mail. What's this check for I ass? That's from the class action suit. He said class action suit. Yeah. That's why I was on the phone. So Long I looked through our records and found out we were eligible for some money. Today I opened an envelope and a fifty dollar check fluttered out. That's a refund for overpaying our dental bill. My husband said I was on the phone with them for three hours I had to speak with four different managers before the agreed it was their mistake. At first I was irritated by his endless hours on the phone. But now I'm enjoying his hobby I like watching checks drift in but even better than a cheque is my brand new stainless steel oven. Yes. You heard me right I I have a brand new stainless steel oven. Are Old of and broke and we have a yearly service contract for appliance repairs. The service company sent out a repairman, but he needed to order a part only the oven was so old the part no longer existed. My husband got out the service contract and read all twenty six pages until he got to the fine print. Do you see this he jabbed a finger at a line of print the size of fire ants. I can't see it even when my glasses on what's it say? I, ask. It says, if can't fix our appliance, they have to buy a new one. I didn't believe even with his success ed acquiring checks that somebody would give us a free appliance. I was wrong. It took him six emails, four phone calls and some texting back and forth. But we finally got to pick out a gleaming new stainless steel oven, several more phone calls and the service company installed it for free. I think you wore them down I said. I thought this was his biggest harassment success story but there's more talked our daughter into buying a service contract with the same company. But when her washing machine broke, the repairman couldn't fix it after a month of going to the LAUNDROMAT and washing clothes outside in a plastic kids swimming pool she called. Dan Do you have any suggestions we've been without a washing machine for a month. Did you read the fine print of your contract? My husband said I think you can get a new washing machine give them a call. She called them but she was too busy to spend hours on the phone and her husband is more like me. He likes the tenacity in the stomach for the necessary blitz Craig phone calls. So my husband went to work only this time it looked as if success would elude him. They sent another repairmen out, but it still doesn't work. Right our daughter complained they said, I'm not eligible for a new one. My husband escalated the situation. He even stayed on the phone when we were taking our walks, you go ahead of me. He said, as soon as we headed down the sidewalk, I've got a manager on the line. This went on for three days and then our daughter called with good news. She had a new washing machine. I can't believe it. She said no washing clothes and the kids poll. Today. My husband is on the phone with the mortgage company. I don't know what they're talking about, but it's a long conversation.

Craig Phone Ernie Gulf Harassment DAN
AstraZeneca halting COVID-19 vaccine trial is "one of the safety valves," Dr. Fauci says

Ernie Brown

00:20 sec | 2 weeks ago

AstraZeneca halting COVID-19 vaccine trial is "one of the safety valves," Dr. Fauci says

"Health officials trying to reassure the public about the fast track effort to find a vaccine. Insisting there's been no political pressure, and that safety remains a top priority. This after British drugmaker AstraZeneca paused its large scale trial after an adverse reaction in one patient that may or may not be from the potential vaccine. Ah, slimmed down

Astrazeneca
Dallas - North Texas School Districts Struggle With Online Learning Technology

Ernie Brown

00:32 sec | 2 weeks ago

Dallas - North Texas School Districts Struggle With Online Learning Technology

"News. The return to online learning didn't go without technical issues and the two largest nor Texas school district's Fort Worth and Dallas school districts both experience low loading or loading errors on their websites. Some phone lines were also disrupted. Online course instruction wasn't impacted. But Clinton Bond with four Worth I SD says parents registering students online likely experienced problems because we usually register several 1000 Children on the first day of school. The issue is with the district's vendor based in Utah, which work to

Texas School Clinton Bond Dallas Utah
U.S. economy added 1.4 million jobs in August

Ernie Brown

00:55 sec | 3 weeks ago

U.S. economy added 1.4 million jobs in August

"United States economy added Today, announced this morning 1.4 million jobs last month bring into totaled over 10.6 million jobs created in just four months. It's a record By far in August, we added 249,000 retail jobs. 174,000 leisure and hospitality jobs and 29,000 new manufacturing jobs. Unemployment rate plummeted to 8.4%. The second largest single month drop ever recorded, surpassed only by our big decline in June Last month, we saw a large declines in the unemployment rate for African Americans, Hispanic Americans and Asian Americans. Very big declines. We're witnessing the fastest labor market recovery from any economic crisis in history by far

United States
Gunfire Exchange Between Police, Suspects In Pilsen, Chicago; 1 Suspect Dead, 2 Others In Custody

Noon Business Hour

00:44 sec | 3 weeks ago

Gunfire Exchange Between Police, Suspects In Pilsen, Chicago; 1 Suspect Dead, 2 Others In Custody

"And police in the Pilsen neighborhood last night has left a person dead. Police say the exchange of gunfire happened shortly before 11 o'clock last night in the 1300 block of West 19th Street. According to Deputy Chief Daniel Oh, shape. Officers have been responding to a report of a suspicious person and that as they were getting out of their squad shots were fired at them. They shot back, hitting one person in the back of the head. No officers were injured. The wounded person was taken to Stroger Hospital in critical condition and later died. Two others were taken into custody and a couple of people got away. Police say the confiscated the alleged shooter's weapon. The officers were placed on administrative duty for the next month, which is standard procedure while the shooting is investigated. Ernie two for NewsRadio one or

Deputy Chief Daniel Oh Stroger Hospital Pilsen Newsradio Ernie
Loretta Lynn and Kid Rock 'married' and she explains it

Jason and Alexis

00:46 sec | 3 weeks ago

Loretta Lynn and Kid Rock 'married' and she explains it

"Lynn and Kid Rock. We're having some fun this weekend her Let's see her. Son, I believe was renewing his vows. Kid Rock was there. Um, my Ernie and Krystle renewed their vows this weekend. It was beautiful and everything as it should be. Marriage isn't always easy. She goes on to say, And then she posted some pictures of kid rock. Well, he looks like he's proposing. She's wearing yellow. People thought it was serious. He's because she posted sorry girls He's taken now, Hachette Gotta have some fun. 88 feeling Great live is 88 years old? Yeah, People are now paying attention. She is awesome. So anyway, Kid Rock and Loretta Lynn not married, but he was a cute fun joke.

Kid Rock Loretta Lynn Ernie Hachette Krystle
Steve Bannon is Arrested and Charged With Fraud in 'We Build the Wall' Campaign

Ernie Brown

00:43 sec | Last month

Steve Bannon is Arrested and Charged With Fraud in 'We Build the Wall' Campaign

"Trump campaign adviser and White House chief strategist Stephen Bannon this afternoon pleaded not guilty to federal fraud charges. Correspondent Kara Scannell says Bannon has been charged with ripping off people who gave money to an effort to privately built part of the Southern border wall. But this is actually correspondent Steve Kastenbaum, Steve Bannon and others claim that all money raised for a border wall between the U. S and Mexico was going toward Their cause. But the U. S attorney claims Bannon and others defrauded donors to the We build the wall campaign by secretly passing on hundreds of thousands of dollars to Bryan Cole Fage, the triple amputee Iraqi War vet who founded the fundraiser. More than $25 million flowed to the online fundraising

Stephen Bannon Steve Bannon Bryan Cole Fage Chief Strategist Kara Scannell Donald Trump Steve Kastenbaum White House Fraud Mexico Attorney U. S
Kamala Harris to accept historic Democratic vice presidential nomination on third night of convention

Ernie Brown

00:30 sec | Last month

Kamala Harris to accept historic Democratic vice presidential nomination on third night of convention

"National Convention Kamala Harris makes history tonight as she accepts a spot on a major party presidential ticket as the first woman of color to do so. Addressing the Democratic National Convention correspondent Jessica Dean says Harris will reach out in an effort to unite the Democratic Party behind its presidential candidate, Joe Biden. She's going to talk about why he is the man of the moment why together they will be able to steer this country in the right direction and helped bring it back from the crises, the multiple crises. That its

Kamala Harris Democratic Party Joe Biden Jessica Dean
Former Secretary of State Colin Powell speaks at 2020 DNC

Ernie Brown

00:25 sec | Last month

Former Secretary of State Colin Powell speaks at 2020 DNC

"Secretary of state and Republican Colin Powell has announced his support for Joe Biden. An excerpt from PAL Speed Values I learned growing up in the South Bronx and serving in uniform were the same values that Joe Biden's parents instilled in him in Scranton, Pennsylvania. I support Joe Biden for the presidency of the United States because those values still define him and we need to restore those values to the White House. The

Joe Biden Colin Powell South Bronx Scranton White House United States Pennsylvania
This 96-year-old could be the oldest person ever to run coast-to-coast

CBS Sunday Morning with Jane Pauley

02:21 min | Last month

This 96-year-old could be the oldest person ever to run coast-to-coast

"Old expression keep on Truckin takes on new meaning when you meet the fellow are Steve Hartman has been spending time with High on the list of things I never thought I'd see is this Ernie Andrews, who turns 97 next week. Still marching across America every step of the way I first met Ernie six years ago. He was in the middle of the Arizona desert, trying to become the oldest person to ever run coast to coast. Three years later, he actually made it to the George ashore on Ly to then turn around. And start running back the other way. Ernie is now a year into the return trip. We caught up with him outside Lufkin, Texas, plodding along slow and steady as usual. Albeit slightly slower. Hey, I'd better hang on and noticeably less steady. A few weeks ago, a doctor diagnosed journey with congestive heart failure. Yeah, that's what they told me that he selling pacemakers, etc. You think that's just all the sales pitch? Yeah. There's a chance he could be telling you the truth, Ernie. Does that change anything? No. No run till I drop a dye with my running shoes on. Much of Ernie's motivation to soldier on comes from his sailor passed. During World War two. Ernie served on a ship called on LSD, and he's been running to raise money for the LSD Memorial in Evansville, Indiana. This shouldn't be for gotten. It's their ship that one the war but along the way, this run is also taken on a more personal purpose. As thousands have joined him for at least a leg of the journey. They have listened to his stories. Celebrated his fortitude and given Ernie the key to a long life, a deep desire to keep pressing board run Ernie run, and that's why all those doctor says time is short. Ernie is still planning to reach the Pacific sometime around his 101st birthday. So let's say, make it to California. Then you stop running. No. I have a plan for a coast to coast relay. Ernie Andress optimistic for the long run.

Ernie Ernie Andrews Ernie Andress Steve Hartman Lufkin Lsd Memorial Arizona America LSD Texas Evansville Indiana Pacific California
96-year-old man could be the oldest person ever to run coast-to-coast

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

02:06 min | Last month

96-year-old man could be the oldest person ever to run coast-to-coast

"Ernie Andrews, who turns 97 next week. Still marching across America. Every step of the way I first met Ernie Six years ago, ago, he he was was in in the the middle middle of of the the Arizona Arizona desert, desert, trying trying to to become become the the oldest oldest person person to to ever ever run run coast coast to to coast. coast. Three Three years years later, later, he he actually actually made made it it to to the the George George ashore, ashore, only only to to then then turn turn around. around. And And start start running running back back the the other other way. way. Fernie Fernie is is now now a a year year into into the the return return trip. trip. We We caught caught up up with with him outside Lufkin, Texas, plodding along slow and steady as usual. Albeit slightly slower. Hey, I'd better hang on and noticeably less steady. A few weeks ago, a doctor diagnosed journey with congestive heart failure. Yeah, that's what they told me that he selling pacemakers. See you think that's just all the sales pitch? Yeah, There's a chance he could be telling you the truth, Erni. Does that change anything? No. No run to wanna drop a dye with my running shoes on. Much of Ernie's motivation to soldier on comes from his sailor passed. During World War two. Ernie served on a ship called on LSD, and he's been running to raise money for the L S T Memorial in Evansville, Indiana. This shouldn't be for gotten. It's their ship that one the war but along the way, this run is also taken on a more personal purpose, as thousands have joined him for at least a leg of the journey. They had listened to his stories. Celebrated his fortitude and given Ernie the key to a long life, a deep desire to keep pressing board run Ernie run, and that's why, although his doctor says time is short Ernie is still planning to reach the Pacific sometime around his 101st birthday. So let's say you make it to California. Then you stop running. No, I have a plan for coast to coast Really? Ernie Andrews optimistic for the long run.

Ernie Andrews Ernie Ernie Six Arizona Arizona Desert George George America Lufkin Texas Erni Evansville California LSD Indiana L S T Memorial Pacific
As If Things Werent Bad Enough, Snakes Still Slithering Around Out There

The Topical

02:28 min | Last month

As If Things Werent Bad Enough, Snakes Still Slithering Around Out There

"Kobe nineteen police brutality the twenty twenty presidential election. We're living through turbulent times here in the US characterized by chaos violence and widespread uncertainty, and now as if things weren't bad enough experts, today have confirmed that snakes are still slithering around out there will be ours Marcy Hammond joins us now with more Marcie please tell us there's been some kind of mistake. Well, I hate to say it Leslie but this is true on top of everything we're dealing with right now snakes are in. Fact Alive and kicking Dr Stanley Mendez a biologist from Stanford University shared the terrible news at a press conference earlier today take a listen team of our top researchers has discovered that snakes still exist these legless creeps continue to sling through gardens, lurk under rocks and drag their lousy bodies across American soil. At first we thought perhaps they were just a part of a garden hose or a really big worm but unfortunately, they are definitely still snakes. No Man are they shirt because a buddy? Of Mine killed one a few years ago. That was living under a shed that didn't take care of the problem for good I'm afraid not. It looks like snakes are pretty much here to stay. It's like this nation just can't catch a break. You're telling me now snakes certainly aren't the most pressing issue right now what with unemployment skyrocketing ice on violence the OPIOID epidemic change products that promise to restore your hairline, but just make your scalp single but remembering that snakes out there. To watching waiting, it just doesn't help at all exactly a- pandemic is one thing but a pandemic and snakes. It's all just too much and with virtually no legislation moving forward in the House or Senate. Many Americans are feeling justice helpless on the issue here single mother Amanda. Schumacher who represents one of millions struggling to cope every day I, wake up and wonder how I'm going to feed my children how I'm going to afford it if I get sick and are there any snakes outside? Even, worse, what if there are snakes inside? Then what am I going to have to quit my job and fight off AACSB fulltime? That's heartbreaking Marseille Ernie precautions we can take to avoid snakes like say standing on a chair in the center of the kitchen authorities are currently advising that anyone who sees a snake should be fully prepared to point and yell snake. That's all isn't there. Anything else we can do not really I mean if you want, you can take a picture with your phone to show everyone how gross it is a just when you thought twenty twenty couldn't get any worse I guess our only hope at this point is that they all accidentally get stepped on and that's right. Leslie will just have to wait and saying,

Leslie Dr Stanley Mendez Marcy Hammond United States Kobe Marcie Stanford University Aacsb Marseille Senate Schumacher Amanda Twenty Twenty
Warriors' Green fined $50K for Booker comments

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:19 sec | Last month

Warriors' Green fined $50K for Booker comments

"And the MBA has fine Draymond green of the Warriors $50,000 for comments made on TNT set the former Spartan tagged with tampering after saying that star Devin Booker needs to get out of Phoenix and play for a good team. When Ernie Johnson asked if he's tampering with that statement, Green replied. Maybe

Ernie Johnson Devin Booker Green TNT Phoenix
"ernie" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

01:47 min | Last month

"ernie" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Your podcasts, this is Ernie Brown on music operation Now your trending topics. Monitoring social media post among our listeners in D F W around the world. These training topic Stanley sort of a trending topic number three federal federal agents are once again in the city of Chicago. The Windy City has seen a 55% rise and murders Thiss year that that brings the total to 450. Now, both Republican and Democratic presidents have sent agents In the past, but the sheer number deployed under President Donald Trump's It's called Operation Legend. This number is significantly larger than ever before. DOJ officials say they want to see an increase in case is brought to justice and a decrease in violent crime. Those success might be difficult to gauge despite an increase in prosecutions each year since 2017 I said the murder numbers are still climbing Chicago struggling then no longer the windy City. It is the deadly city. It is the bloody city. It is a terrible city run by Democrats. Yeah, I don't I just don't understand how someplace just khun B let loose. I believe. What is this? The south side of Chicago. So leave. How it Yeah. So what happens is you got the south side of Chicago. That's where a lot of the violence is. But it's now starting to creep up into the more touristy areas. And so that's where you're going to start to have a lot of the tourism decline and it's really going to start to Effect. Overall, the city of Chicago and Illinois as a whole. I mean, let's face it when you think about Chicago. What do you think about it? Do you think about Oh, I want to go see a game at Wrigley.

Chicago Ernie Brown Donald Trump DOJ Stanley khun B President murder Illinois
Dallas Cowboys Top World’s Most Valuable Sports Franchises

Ernie Brown

00:30 sec | Last month

Dallas Cowboys Top World’s Most Valuable Sports Franchises

"While the sports world is adjusting to the pandemic, Forbes proves proves that some teams are as valuable as ever. With their list of the world's most valuable sports franchises, all right, and at the top of the heap. Your own Dallas Cowboys topped forbeslist. Worth 5.5 billion with a B dollars. No kidding. That's ahead of the New York Yankees. Valued at five billion.

New York Yankees Dallas Cowboys Forbes
NASA Astronauts Splash Down in SpaceX Dragon Capsule, Capping Historic Mission

Ernie Brown

00:56 sec | Last month

NASA Astronauts Splash Down in SpaceX Dragon Capsule, Capping Historic Mission

"Three. It's a home sweet home for NASA astronauts Doug Hurley and Robert Bank in after their space X crew Dragon capsule made a successful splashdown landing and the Gulf of Mexico Sunday asked afternoon Thie astronauts returned Earth from the international space station was historic first. Marking the success of the first commercial crew flight test. NASA hopes that the successful mission means that the United States will no longer have to hitch a ride with the Russia with Russia to the international space station, Dan Did you watch this? Not the landing per se, but least the takeoff. Where was that? A month ago? Yeah, that was one of the coolest thing about that was watching. The miles per hour on the side of the screen, and it just getting into the the thousands. That's crazy. You don't see that very often. I don't know about you, but I sure I sure as heck I've never seen that

Nasa Russia Doug Hurley Mexico Robert Bank United States DAN
Tropical Storm Isaias Expected To Make Landfall As A Hurricane In Carolinas

Ernie Brown

00:33 sec | Last month

Tropical Storm Isaias Expected To Make Landfall As A Hurricane In Carolinas

"The National Hurricane Center is warning of life threatening storm surge as sea Zaius makes its way toward the Carolinas in North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper as the storm closes in, we expected to increase in intensity. There's a potential for dangerous hurricane force winds as it makes its wife toward landfall later tonight. That means we must be on high alert. North Carolina's okra Coke island has been evacuated. Tropical storm warnings have now been issued as far north as parts of Massachusetts and Rhode

North Carolina National Hurricane Center Governor Roy Cooper Coke Island Massachusetts Rhode
Exxon, Chevron down in second quarter as oil use dries up

Noon Business Hour

00:39 sec | 2 months ago

Exxon, Chevron down in second quarter as oil use dries up

"With the economic outlook in doubt, the University of Michigan's consumer sentiment index declined. Aah, look at consumer spending for last month finds more of it. Spending up 5.6% in June. We've got some push and pull of Ernie's results. Caterpillars cost cutting help make up for slowing sales, but concerns about second waves of the Corona virus weighed on prospects for the rest of the year and Caterpillar down 3.5%. Exxon and Chevron both sharply lower. That is pulling the Dow down despite Applegate Ng 6.5% today, right now, after it posted better than expected quarterly

Applegate Ng Exxon University Of Michigan Chevron Ernie DOW
"ernie" Discussed on Day 1 Radio

Day 1 Radio

04:19 min | 2 months ago

"ernie" Discussed on Day 1 Radio

"On Arapahoe Iraq book. You know crazy thing, you know, it's going to run us or okay, not paying attention. He's he's reading but home and I wanted to bring out the big ones, but I have to give credit to my editor for the book. His name is Ian Ian, Luna Luna means. So renew when I met him and was some mathematics there. He said we don't need to have a sausage party. Keep talking. He said he said that's been done. He said you loved women you have spending most beautiful pictures of women I've ever seen. He said let's put some women on the car. So I looked and I found a picture of light and let's see for they were actually dancing in the street. When I took the picture. They were part of a heel would care as one unit off and there weren't halls and you know, what kind of videos the videos take forever. So there's a lot of time up down and sideways time and the Beautiful Day. So we just started taking pictures and I got this incredible picture of these sisters just wage and later. I think in the book this pictures of him dancing, you know, just to break time, but that's that's a true story has some his why they call me off. Is your Big E Bobby Brown and Whitney, right? Okay, and I don't want to pound horn too much but That's more of a truthful Roxanne Shante who's one of the dopest females ever. So your brother Ernie didn't take your picture not hip-hop. This is Rakim signing my book. man That's awesome. Cool who has been I think obviously let's take Public Enemy out of this cuz I know that's a special relationship who has been your favorite person and he'll probably just shoot over the years. hello, it's complicated because I was walking down the street. And a room into Ice Cube and walking down the street or talking. This is a Midtown Manhattan thousands of people and the police were walk past the police station and he had a dog. I want to kill Sam a lot of things and he was Affiliated that time with the nation was so the police were really, you know, they were giving the finger and doing all this stuff down and thinks understands about six foot eight and a couple of other brothers and bunch of the cops and they're on the other side of the street. So I said we walk past there's a month. Yeah, that's what I,.

Ian Ian Iraq Luna Luna Roxanne Shante editor Rakim Bobby Brown Sam Midtown Ernie Manhattan Whitney
"ernie" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

02:20 min | 9 months ago

"ernie" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

"All right. I was a lover of Music Zac into his work. Yeah and again largely because if eighty who as she would often tell you was a juilliard graduate but she introduced a lot of a lot of unusual sort of music. That isn't you know Grand Canyon. Sweden rhapsody emplo and you start hearing some of this music. Turn up up in his shows there the this music by Shostakovich piece at he used a lot of his shows that you hear the ban playing even in the nineteen fifty two nine hundred fifty three broadcasts and and both their lives seemed to center at different points around cigars. Oh yes he he has. What was it old? Dutch master Dutch masters was his and then it was Muriel. Yeah there's the the story is that There was is a guy named Jack. Mobile S Q who ran a company called Consolidated Cigar Corporation. And they want it or need to plug the cigars and there was a worry. That Ernie wouldn't WanNa plug them because they weren't particularly great cigars. But you know Ernie smoke good Cubans and spent ten thousand dollars a year on flying to Cuba and coming back with five hundred cigarettes cigars And supposedly the story goes that they went to lunch and Jack Mogilev. You had a Brecht play under his arm. And Ernie Ernie thought okay. I'll pay attention to this guy. And the cigar sales were great so when Ernie passed away he knew. My mom was in real financial financial trouble because Ernie spent and we can talk about that but Will he said to my mom. We have this other brand mireal. Would you WANNA do that. And she. She said yes and that was incredibly successful. A lot of football games and boxing matches and stuff like that and he gave her a twenty year contract contract and in in commercial time when there was no such thing as six then in TV I remember and I I wonder how many boys use this commercial. Because she would go oh why new JEB pick one up and smoke it. Some you know any of the jingles. Unfortunately yeah. I don't know the lyrics..

Ernie Ernie Jack Mogilev Consolidated Cigar Corporation Grand Canyon JEB Shostakovich Muriel Sweden Brecht Cuba boxing football
"ernie" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

02:20 min | 9 months ago

"ernie" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

"All right. I was a lover of Music Zac into his work. Yeah and again largely because if eighty who as she would often tell you was a juilliard graduate but she introduced a lot of a lot of unusual sort of music. That isn't you know Grand Canyon. Sweden rhapsody emplo and you start hearing some of this music. Turn up up in his shows there the this music by Shostakovich piece at he used a lot of his shows that you hear the ban playing even in the nineteen fifty two nine hundred fifty three broadcasts and and both their lives seemed to center at different points around cigars. Oh yes he he has. What was it old? Dutch master Dutch masters was his and then it was Muriel. Yeah there's the the story is that There was is a guy named Jack. Mobile S Q who ran a company called Consolidated Cigar Corporation. And they want it or need to plug the cigars and there was a worry. That Ernie wouldn't WanNa plug them because they weren't particularly great cigars. But you know Ernie smoke good Cubans and spent ten thousand dollars a year on flying to Cuba and coming back with five hundred cigarettes cigars And supposedly the story goes that they went to lunch and Jack Mogilev. You had a Brecht play under his arm. And Ernie Ernie thought okay. I'll pay attention to this guy. And the cigar sales were great so when Ernie passed away he knew. My mom was in real financial financial trouble because Ernie spent and we can talk about that but Will he said to my mom. We have this other brand mireal. Would you WANNA do that. And she. She said yes and that was incredibly successful. A lot of football games and boxing matches and stuff like that and he gave her a twenty year contract contract and in in commercial time when there was no such thing as six then in TV I remember and I I wonder how many boys use this commercial. Because she would go oh why new JEB pick one up and smoke it. Some you know any of the jingles. Unfortunately yeah. I don't know the lyrics..

Ernie Ernie Jack Mogilev Consolidated Cigar Corporation Grand Canyon JEB Shostakovich Muriel Sweden Brecht Cuba boxing football
"ernie" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

02:20 min | 9 months ago

"ernie" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

"All right. I was a lover of Music Zac into his work. Yeah and again largely because if eighty who as she would often tell you was a juilliard graduate but she introduced a lot of a lot of unusual sort of music. That isn't you know Grand Canyon. Sweden rhapsody emplo and you start hearing some of this music. Turn up up in his shows there the this music by Shostakovich piece at he used a lot of his shows that you hear the ban playing even in the nineteen fifty two nine hundred fifty three broadcasts and and both their lives seemed to center at different points around cigars. Oh yes he he has. What was it old? Dutch master Dutch masters was his and then it was Muriel. Yeah there's the the story is that There was is a guy named Jack. Mobile S Q who ran a company called Consolidated Cigar Corporation. And they want it or need to plug the cigars and there was a worry. That Ernie wouldn't WanNa plug them because they weren't particularly great cigars. But you know Ernie smoke good Cubans and spent ten thousand dollars a year on flying to Cuba and coming back with five hundred cigarettes cigars And supposedly the story goes that they went to lunch and Jack Mogilev. You had a Brecht play under his arm. And Ernie Ernie thought okay. I'll pay attention to this guy. And the cigar sales were great so when Ernie passed away he knew. My mom was in real financial financial trouble because Ernie spent and we can talk about that but Will he said to my mom. We have this other brand mireal. Would you WANNA do that. And she. She said yes and that was incredibly successful. A lot of football games and boxing matches and stuff like that and he gave her a twenty year contract contract and in in commercial time when there was no such thing as six then in TV I remember and I I wonder how many boys use this commercial. Because she would go oh why new JEB pick one up and smoke it. Some you know any of the jingles. Unfortunately yeah. I don't know the lyrics..

Ernie Ernie Jack Mogilev Consolidated Cigar Corporation Grand Canyon JEB Shostakovich Muriel Sweden Brecht Cuba boxing football
"ernie" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

12:07 min | 9 months ago

"ernie" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

"Cleese recently. And we're watching a lot of monty python. And even though they didn't have that broadcast there was a lot of blackouts in in what they did in the nineteen seventies so in not always necessarily a punchline just they would just go onto the next thing in early would you often with Kovacs. It was the idea behind the whole sketch that was funny and not so much the execution or the structure of it but the concept of what he was doing was hilarious. Terry Gilliam says and you have this booklet. That comes with the the the box set from short factory from factory. Terry Gilliam Cut. The Kovac showed knocked me sideways into a world where the bizarre and the daft and the preposterous all lived happily happily alongside wisdom whitten perception. I had never experienced anything so visually absurd and inventive so you you've just You were with Terry Terry recently. Yeah we did. A Kovac centennial event in London at the BFI. For the Monty Python. Fiftieth Anniversary. And I got to meet Terry Gilliam. And and he couldn't have been nicer and couldn't have been more complimentary about Ernie and I'd Never mad magazine. And Ernie Kovacs were the things that are similar to work Kertzman later. Yeah that's how mcleese yeah And he was totally influenced by. It's funny we were talking about the blackouts. Earning used music. A lot of ways and python used Terry Gilliam's animation into kind of Segue from one sketch to the next bring things back and all that so the very co vaccine thing that I think that they were doing purely with Terry regaling because they had never seen it. So Terry Gilliam's kid in Minnesota Group into Ernie Kovacs on the national show obviously wasn't going to get the show from philly now. Yeah now yeah. Yeah but and look at look at the generations. Well it's the the way. The Sky is influencing comedy for decades to come. Did this day to this day. Yeah Yeah I I love hearing that sort of my mission this year. One Hundred Years Centennial. You kinda you gotTa Make Make Hay someway. I really feel like this is Ernie's you know year to kind kind of make sure that people remember him what what's scary and I mean Franken I I think the reason we do the show. Look people whole. Don't remember who the Marx Brothers and Jack Benny are. You're lucky if they remember. Paul Newman is point. Yeah sure yeah and I I was. We were talking to some twenty year old. And he didn't know who David Letterman was. That's how quickly. Yeah it's like you're gone for a week. So Ernie Kovacs. I mean if you're gonNA remember anyone you might remember Benny or Groucho Ernie Kovacs completely. Well the the thing that's crazy is that This year we've done all these events and I kind of started to reach out to people besides Comedians so I reached out to some musicians. Gerald Casale from devaux was a huge huge fan and we did a panel with with him and some other people. We also had Chris Stein from bloody. I was surprised to find these Kovacs fans and and a wilner learn and and it was really like Christine. Had this moment where we were talking with him we just. I was so lucky to grow up. In this era I was in New York and I was a kid and I just thought this was was like you know you're bringing me back to a moment and I think that is the interesting thing is that it actually elicit something and people that saw him at the time that You know reminds some of their youth or something that was really great about Growing up and what interests fascinates me about Ernie Kovacs. What fascinated me about old movies and that was finding out how they would achieve special effects and they actually get the hands dirty cut things and pace things and fat fashion fashion? Now it's like if you ask. How did you achieve this special effect win like pursed this Knob? And that makes fire appear and then I press this Button and a dragon comes off but then he was always working without a budget wasn't yeah or No budget and even when he was finishing the horse yeah and and then toward the end The special he was doing. ABC He had a bunch of but he was still doing shows with dime-store novelty toys. And stuff like that and kitchen utensils dancing around to ask savell. But that's a thing where you know Those music videos that he would do you look at those and you think oh they would just take it one shot at a time but they were actually sustained sustained performance takes so where every cut you see is happening in the control room. Which means he's got to lay out the entire studio with all the forks and knives and the blender and everything? The people have to be all around pulling wires right on the beat Turning things on and off and it was it's like you said because you know somebody made this thing As opposed to somebody click on something. Th there's something about knowing it was done by a human sure that it makes this more of a connection and and nowadays like the most you know a star wars or Jurassic Park could be made by a two year old on their phone. Yeah nothing whatever. And he's great things that He trusted his crew and he had ideas but he basically would say you do it and I think the crew really loved him and wanted to you work hard because they got to do these great things they figure it out exactly and they got to do stuff. There was much more involved than just. Here's a living room set. Now we're done. I mean they got to to play with toys and and have fun with. I think that's that's one of the main reasons that besides the money ends of the old overtime they're getting but they were. They got to be creative and make like you can get their hands dirty. He dumped water on somebody. Audition goats run through restaurants in Abe suits. I mean this sounds like the early letterman show. It's in some ways it sounds like Conan's first show on NBC too. Because obviously Conan I think has been on the record as saying that Ernie Needy on the back wall of his set. I oh I think on that show. Oh I think that's true very good. Yeah what was Howard. The world's strongest aunt tell our listeners. Venue might have to jump twelve Howard. The world's strongest man was a segment that Dernie did on a semi regular basis on his daily half hour show on NBC for a year and a half and it was a shot of a miniature and eighty would do the voice of how are the world's strongest and you'd see they'd manipulated of course with magnets the best they could with no rehearsal moving chairs around. And now he's GonNa play a game of pool and picnic and it was all eighties. He's e- partially improv improvise. But it was her voice as the world's strongest and people sent in gifts for Howard the world's strongest and Ernie would hold them up on this show and we got these gifts and then whoever was would get a you know a watch or radio in the mail as a thank you but people sent in gifts for the characters and now that you've mentioned let's get your mom your into the act your how. How did they? I mean she was discovered on. Arthur Godfrey's talent scouts. Yes absolutely and Ernie would sad like to take credit but he couldn't well his his producer reducer basically said Kita show in Philadelphia and said to my my mom like. Would you like to come down to meet this guy. You Know Ernie Kovacs and she thought Colfax Dan Colfax Kovacs and They went and she went down. There thought she was going to work for a couple of weeks and turned into a pretty good partnership and Ernie Ernie was married at the time and it was not going well and at some point they got divorced and my mom and Ernie then started dating and had a pretty pretty whirlwind love affair for quite a while. Now now that marriage to say it didn't go well. Yeah he's an yes yes she liked he. He gave her the kids for a while because they decided in court he was the better parent he eventually. Yeah think about that as a man. Dan was given custody of his kids to happen. And then he hands them over to her to just take care of them for the day and and he doesn't see them for another two years and the crazy thing is if you think about it he had to be funny for those two yes daily live basis leases racy. He had to. He was spending money on a private detective else. He would they would say they're in you know Wherever there in Texas? This he'd get on a plane after a show and he'd fly down there. Sorry we can't find him. They're not here he was spending. I mean Ernie had a spending problem and but he had spared no expense to find his girls. He was really just distraught about this so key eventually. They found them in Florida but he spent a long time and a lot of money and being very funny on dodge. I don't think he's. He's spending like millions on detectives. Yeah who are not doing a goddamn thing and they say say the way it was tracked down his mother She was sending postcards every day to different different areas. Have you seen these girls. That could that actually doesn't sound too far up. I you know Gilbert good job. We learned some time the first time someone sprays me now. It's an educational program. Well you know it's it was. It was very sad and you know the girls literally did not know how to use a knife and fork and they were you know. My Mom told me a story that when they would be in a car and police car would drive by. They would duck because that's what they're it's a miracle that he found them. Yeah you know. And they said like the mother was just sending out a postcard up any each and and saying have you seen they look like this. Have you seen and eventually someone said. I saw two girls unbelievable. Yeah Yeah and Ernie's mom you know. God bless her. There's there's many crazy stories about this Janette affairs by Loris Lebron and the TV movies Yes yes of course. Lebron is great in that and And Jeff Goldblum is great but it was a weird situation for my mom because he's got like integrate herself into a whole a new family. It's I mean she was fairly young. Yeah she was like not even thirty and she was basically all of a sudden a mom. What I love is reading reading in her memoir which you were kind enough to send on me Singapore song that the the way she talks about meeting him how she knew instantly. She got an electric charge of her arm when he shook her hand. The Ashby says there's a video somewhere you can find it online where she says. I'd never seen a person like that and I thought to myself. I want one of those as she knew she knew she she. She was from a very white bread. You Know Presbyterian Pennsylvania background and she's you know when I saw Kovacs. I'd never seeing someone with a mustache and a cigar and look like a gangster and she thought I want one of those. It's it's sweet to read in the book to their courtship to how he was he you you know lavishing attention on her and and lavishing money of course even when he had no money yes yeah he they. It definitely had a world. My my mom was married three times but even with my dad I knew that like Ernie was the love of her life. It was it was pretty apparent. What was that piece? He took her back to the the To the House to listen to a a classical piece all the the One she had trouble listening to after he passed because it was too. It was too heartbreaking breaking for her. It's not Eric saw is pretty which I can't play. Okay but don't ask me for citing make something up and say.

Ernie Ernie Ernie Kovacs Terry Gilliam Dan Colfax Kovacs Terry Terry Kovac Ernie Needy David Letterman NBC Conan Cleese Howard Hundred Years Centennial Jack Benny mad magazine Gerald Casale Chris Stein BFI Arthur Godfrey
"ernie" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

12:07 min | 9 months ago

"ernie" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

"Cleese recently. And we're watching a lot of monty python. And even though they didn't have that broadcast there was a lot of blackouts in in what they did in the nineteen seventies so in not always necessarily a punchline just they would just go onto the next thing in early would you often with Kovacs. It was the idea behind the whole sketch that was funny and not so much the execution or the structure of it but the concept of what he was doing was hilarious. Terry Gilliam says and you have this booklet. That comes with the the the box set from short factory from factory. Terry Gilliam Cut. The Kovac showed knocked me sideways into a world where the bizarre and the daft and the preposterous all lived happily happily alongside wisdom whitten perception. I had never experienced anything so visually absurd and inventive so you you've just You were with Terry Terry recently. Yeah we did. A Kovac centennial event in London at the BFI. For the Monty Python. Fiftieth Anniversary. And I got to meet Terry Gilliam. And and he couldn't have been nicer and couldn't have been more complimentary about Ernie and I'd Never mad magazine. And Ernie Kovacs were the things that are similar to work Kertzman later. Yeah that's how mcleese yeah And he was totally influenced by. It's funny we were talking about the blackouts. Earning used music. A lot of ways and python used Terry Gilliam's animation into kind of Segue from one sketch to the next bring things back and all that so the very co vaccine thing that I think that they were doing purely with Terry regaling because they had never seen it. So Terry Gilliam's kid in Minnesota Group into Ernie Kovacs on the national show obviously wasn't going to get the show from philly now. Yeah now yeah. Yeah but and look at look at the generations. Well it's the the way. The Sky is influencing comedy for decades to come. Did this day to this day. Yeah Yeah I I love hearing that sort of my mission this year. One Hundred Years Centennial. You kinda you gotTa Make Make Hay someway. I really feel like this is Ernie's you know year to kind kind of make sure that people remember him what what's scary and I mean Franken I I think the reason we do the show. Look people whole. Don't remember who the Marx Brothers and Jack Benny are. You're lucky if they remember. Paul Newman is point. Yeah sure yeah and I I was. We were talking to some twenty year old. And he didn't know who David Letterman was. That's how quickly. Yeah it's like you're gone for a week. So Ernie Kovacs. I mean if you're gonNA remember anyone you might remember Benny or Groucho Ernie Kovacs completely. Well the the thing that's crazy is that This year we've done all these events and I kind of started to reach out to people besides Comedians so I reached out to some musicians. Gerald Casale from devaux was a huge huge fan and we did a panel with with him and some other people. We also had Chris Stein from bloody. I was surprised to find these Kovacs fans and and a wilner learn and and it was really like Christine. Had this moment where we were talking with him we just. I was so lucky to grow up. In this era I was in New York and I was a kid and I just thought this was was like you know you're bringing me back to a moment and I think that is the interesting thing is that it actually elicit something and people that saw him at the time that You know reminds some of their youth or something that was really great about Growing up and what interests fascinates me about Ernie Kovacs. What fascinated me about old movies and that was finding out how they would achieve special effects and they actually get the hands dirty cut things and pace things and fat fashion fashion? Now it's like if you ask. How did you achieve this special effect win like pursed this Knob? And that makes fire appear and then I press this Button and a dragon comes off but then he was always working without a budget wasn't yeah or No budget and even when he was finishing the horse yeah and and then toward the end The special he was doing. ABC He had a bunch of but he was still doing shows with dime-store novelty toys. And stuff like that and kitchen utensils dancing around to ask savell. But that's a thing where you know Those music videos that he would do you look at those and you think oh they would just take it one shot at a time but they were actually sustained sustained performance takes so where every cut you see is happening in the control room. Which means he's got to lay out the entire studio with all the forks and knives and the blender and everything? The people have to be all around pulling wires right on the beat Turning things on and off and it was it's like you said because you know somebody made this thing As opposed to somebody click on something. Th there's something about knowing it was done by a human sure that it makes this more of a connection and and nowadays like the most you know a star wars or Jurassic Park could be made by a two year old on their phone. Yeah nothing whatever. And he's great things that He trusted his crew and he had ideas but he basically would say you do it and I think the crew really loved him and wanted to you work hard because they got to do these great things they figure it out exactly and they got to do stuff. There was much more involved than just. Here's a living room set. Now we're done. I mean they got to to play with toys and and have fun with. I think that's that's one of the main reasons that besides the money ends of the old overtime they're getting but they were. They got to be creative and make like you can get their hands dirty. He dumped water on somebody. Audition goats run through restaurants in Abe suits. I mean this sounds like the early letterman show. It's in some ways it sounds like Conan's first show on NBC too. Because obviously Conan I think has been on the record as saying that Ernie Needy on the back wall of his set. I oh I think on that show. Oh I think that's true very good. Yeah what was Howard. The world's strongest aunt tell our listeners. Venue might have to jump twelve Howard. The world's strongest man was a segment that Dernie did on a semi regular basis on his daily half hour show on NBC for a year and a half and it was a shot of a miniature and eighty would do the voice of how are the world's strongest and you'd see they'd manipulated of course with magnets the best they could with no rehearsal moving chairs around. And now he's GonNa play a game of pool and picnic and it was all eighties. He's e- partially improv improvise. But it was her voice as the world's strongest and people sent in gifts for Howard the world's strongest and Ernie would hold them up on this show and we got these gifts and then whoever was would get a you know a watch or radio in the mail as a thank you but people sent in gifts for the characters and now that you've mentioned let's get your mom your into the act your how. How did they? I mean she was discovered on. Arthur Godfrey's talent scouts. Yes absolutely and Ernie would sad like to take credit but he couldn't well his his producer reducer basically said Kita show in Philadelphia and said to my my mom like. Would you like to come down to meet this guy. You Know Ernie Kovacs and she thought Colfax Dan Colfax Kovacs and They went and she went down. There thought she was going to work for a couple of weeks and turned into a pretty good partnership and Ernie Ernie was married at the time and it was not going well and at some point they got divorced and my mom and Ernie then started dating and had a pretty pretty whirlwind love affair for quite a while. Now now that marriage to say it didn't go well. Yeah he's an yes yes she liked he. He gave her the kids for a while because they decided in court he was the better parent he eventually. Yeah think about that as a man. Dan was given custody of his kids to happen. And then he hands them over to her to just take care of them for the day and and he doesn't see them for another two years and the crazy thing is if you think about it he had to be funny for those two yes daily live basis leases racy. He had to. He was spending money on a private detective else. He would they would say they're in you know Wherever there in Texas? This he'd get on a plane after a show and he'd fly down there. Sorry we can't find him. They're not here he was spending. I mean Ernie had a spending problem and but he had spared no expense to find his girls. He was really just distraught about this so key eventually. They found them in Florida but he spent a long time and a lot of money and being very funny on dodge. I don't think he's. He's spending like millions on detectives. Yeah who are not doing a goddamn thing and they say say the way it was tracked down his mother She was sending postcards every day to different different areas. Have you seen these girls. That could that actually doesn't sound too far up. I you know Gilbert good job. We learned some time the first time someone sprays me now. It's an educational program. Well you know it's it was. It was very sad and you know the girls literally did not know how to use a knife and fork and they were you know. My Mom told me a story that when they would be in a car and police car would drive by. They would duck because that's what they're it's a miracle that he found them. Yeah you know. And they said like the mother was just sending out a postcard up any each and and saying have you seen they look like this. Have you seen and eventually someone said. I saw two girls unbelievable. Yeah Yeah and Ernie's mom you know. God bless her. There's there's many crazy stories about this Janette affairs by Loris Lebron and the TV movies Yes yes of course. Lebron is great in that and And Jeff Goldblum is great but it was a weird situation for my mom because he's got like integrate herself into a whole a new family. It's I mean she was fairly young. Yeah she was like not even thirty and she was basically all of a sudden a mom. What I love is reading reading in her memoir which you were kind enough to send on me Singapore song that the the way she talks about meeting him how she knew instantly. She got an electric charge of her arm when he shook her hand. The Ashby says there's a video somewhere you can find it online where she says. I'd never seen a person like that and I thought to myself. I want one of those as she knew she knew she she. She was from a very white bread. You Know Presbyterian Pennsylvania background and she's you know when I saw Kovacs. I'd never seeing someone with a mustache and a cigar and look like a gangster and she thought I want one of those. It's it's sweet to read in the book to their courtship to how he was he you you know lavishing attention on her and and lavishing money of course even when he had no money yes yeah he they. It definitely had a world. My my mom was married three times but even with my dad I knew that like Ernie was the love of her life. It was it was pretty apparent. What was that piece? He took her back to the the To the House to listen to a a classical piece all the the One she had trouble listening to after he passed because it was too. It was too heartbreaking breaking for her. It's not Eric saw is pretty which I can't play. Okay but don't ask me for citing make something up and say.

Ernie Ernie Ernie Kovacs Terry Gilliam Dan Colfax Kovacs Terry Terry Kovac Ernie Needy David Letterman NBC Conan Cleese Howard Hundred Years Centennial Jack Benny mad magazine Gerald Casale Chris Stein BFI Arthur Godfrey
"ernie" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

02:49 min | 1 year ago

"ernie" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"He goes, and then he looks at me like, you're you're not known what the story is in that. I had to teach him tell the story is if I didn't know it, and then he gave the great story goes, I dated this girl, so pretty had horrible teeth. So I made sure that I didn't tell her any funny jokes. I didn't want to see her teeth. So he said I really liked her. But I just didn't want her to smile because she had bad teeth. That's yeah. Arthur there there are certainly stories that you will not get into on the air. Right. Yeah. And that I mean, we all know that stuff. So I mean, yeah. There are things that I will not go into with shack and Kenya. Chuck, even though I know the store because you know, what line you can cross, and what would not and you some lines there. Yeah. The there've been a few times there have lines cross is Ernie Johnson. Congrats on the sports on now. Emmy nomination eighty go. I appreciate you guys do for the show and in our inside the NBA was nominated to. And I think I think we we feel the same way that you feel when it's I mean, it's everybody who's involved in the show. It's all the studio folks, it's all the production. Folks. It's everybody takes real pride in that. Because everybody is is part of that to be candid. We're not rooting for you guys. I know. Okay. I I mean, I just I just wanted on. I it's every man every show for themselves over that question. I hope you guys win. You do. All Ernie's the bigger man here. Yeah. It is true. Is the bigger man? Thank you very much. Now, we're all in the family win. I it would be great because you're right. We'll we'll have some reflected glory in your victory because we're in the same family. We actually go to we have a losers bar that we go to because I lose every year to cost us. You know? I know I feel like I've been down that road. I feel like Patrick Ewing or you know, Stockton Malone. You're not gonna win a title during the Jordan era, and that's the Costas era. So, but you you you got one I I think we both stolen from. Yeah. Yeah. That's good. So we'll see. But I think it's always cool just to, you know, look at the list and say, that's nice, okay. Now, I'm past that. I'm past that. He's the greater Ernie Johnson nominee for smart semi outstanding sports personality studio hosts, so it's not a pleasure to be nominated. No not anymore. Now. It's a pleasure to win. Thank you. Great to see about blizzard coming up next covers college basketball for Bleacher report, Adam left. Go will join us here. He's a great guy to you're gonna love this Patrick Ewing at the top of the hour. And then Jim Nance. We'll stop by. Hellofresh. Hello friends. We're back after this and the Dan Patrick show. Okay. This is just a thirty.

Patrick Ewing Ernie Johnson Stockton Malone Adam Dan Patrick Arthur Emmy Jim Nance Kenya NBA Chuck basketball
"ernie" Discussed on The Kevin Sheehan Show

The Kevin Sheehan Show

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"ernie" Discussed on The Kevin Sheehan Show

"Those are the two players he loved and then he couldn't get harden. And then try. Needed for Randy Forbes and Mike Miller. Oh, the vessel deal that was the year. And Tommy always brings it up. I appreciate him doing this. Because he usually only remembers the stuff he gets right. But I was pulling with the organization to draft choi- Leonard, even though based on mock drafts it would have been early and they drafted vessel drafted poorly. He did. And not only that he he drafted players and on on occasion, sign players as free agents who weren't competitors. You know, there wasn't ever any toughness in the organization, but at the same time he signed Gilbert arenas for the first time. You know, that wasn't obvious Gilbert arenas gonna turn into you in all star. Let that he had what it turned out to be a good stretch of years. He pulled off one of the biggest one sided deals of all time when he traded. Quami bound for Koran Butler seriously. You talk about a massive fleecing, Ernie dealt the fifth pick and to horrible contracts, Jerry Stackhouse's contract and Christian leaders contract for Antoine. Jamison. All right. Those two deals alone made the wizards in actual playoff team, which they hadn't been in years. It turned the wizards in the moment from one of the worst franchises in all of sports to a perennial playoff team. You know, they had had one playoff appearance..

Gilbert arenas choi- Leonard Tommy Randy Forbes Jerry Stackhouse Koran Butler Mike Miller Jamison Ernie Antoine
"ernie" Discussed on The Kevin Sheehan Show

The Kevin Sheehan Show

04:23 min | 1 year ago

"ernie" Discussed on The Kevin Sheehan Show

"He had ample time to get better results. And he didn't it's funny because I saw him on Sunday at the Michigan state Duke game at halftime. And we talked for about five ten minutes. It's and I said to him you gonna be okay or not. Yeah. Everything's gonna be fine. I just have had this feeling for a while. Now that this was going to be the year that Ted made the move. And then Ben standing I'll give him some credit on this. He interviewed Ted about a week and a half ago. And basically, if you if you read through some of those quotes, you got the distinct feeling that Ted was ready to pull the trigger on this. So I wanna say up front, I'm absolutely in favor of this. I have absolutely no problem with Ernie Grunfeld getting fired. I wouldn't have had a problem with it happening last year the year before the year before that I think four or five years ago when the wizards were back into a mode of looking like they were going to be a playoff team for the next five to ten years with a young wall and a young Beal and team that I actually thought was enjoyable to watch play. I would not have been in favor. Of that in that in that particular moment, but I am in favor of it. And I hope they make the right move and hire somebody that can get it done. I'm gonna you're gonna interrupt. I I was gonna say Ted had an interesting. He's he's talking to the media either Justice as we speak head this interesting, quote here that I wanted to bring up to you. He said it was the for the reason on the firing. It was very very binary on what would happen this year. And we didn't meet any of her goals. So that what was drove that's that was what drove it. It wasn't a cumulative effect. Man, TED talks a lot of corporate speak. You know, every go be beyond the corporates. Yeah. But but he can never just come out and say this wasn't about Ernie's overall record. This was about a feeling that I had that it wasn't going in the right direction. Now, you know, it's the way he's the way he delivers communicates. Sometimes it just it's like this. You know, this corporate babble tech speaks. Oh my God. It just it's it's pretentious on some level. But that it came down to one year and only one year is kind of crazy. It's crazy. And it's not true. It's really not true. Because it's got if just came down to one year it's disingenuous from this standpoint. He didn't have John wall. Shear it. He he may not have John wall. Next year. The injury to John wall is a series. Team injury. And if it came down to just this year, wouldn't you give the benefit of the doubt to everybody in the organization that the best player had a severe season ending injury. Or arguably the best player come on? That's disingenuous. So. There. Couple of things first of all I I'm just gonna I'm just gonna state this. But I don't want you to get it confused with. I am totally in favor of Ted firing Grunfeld and moving on to the next general manager. But Ernie Grunfeld has never been the worst general manager in the history of the NBA or the history of sports or the worst general manager this town has ever seen. He's not that you know, I'll ask Tim Legler about that. Because one of the questions I have for Tim is just to get a sense from Tim as to what people around the league have thought basketball people with bought about Ernie because it's been my impression. In fact, I went back last night and went through the last three or four years of general manager rankings NBA general manager rankings sometimes as put together as a list by a writer sometimes as put together as a list of basketball people. Speaking on the condition of anonymity. And Ernie was on one not one list. Could I find Ernie could I find Ernie even in the bottom five of general managers as a general rule in among thirty teens..

Ernie Grunfeld Ted general manager John wall Tim Legler Michigan Ernie NBA Ben basketball Beal writer one year five ten minutes five years four years ten years
"ernie" Discussed on The Kevin Sheehan Show

The Kevin Sheehan Show

04:24 min | 1 year ago

"ernie" Discussed on The Kevin Sheehan Show

"And tell them we told you to call well when we left here yesterday the day got pretty busy. Didn't it just a little bit got pretty busy when we were finished with the podcast yesterday. We're gonna get to all of it including Ernie Grunfeld, and Tim Legler's going to join us on the show today. I really wanted to talk to Tim about about the situation in the job. And how good it is. And what he would do. In fact, I think Tim should be an actual candidate for the job. But that's for another day. Perhaps. I don't know. Maybe we'll get into it with him. I'll tell you what the my Ernie discussion won't be won't be an exaggerated hit job on Ernie Grunfeld. I completely agree with this decision. I have said for three years running. Now, even though they used to be a defender of Ernie. There's no defense left. I'm ready to move on. From Ernie Ernie Grunfeld, not the worst general manager in the history sports. All right in so many of you tried to make him out to be that yesterday. Social media, did lots of people did lots of people who barely ever watched a wizards game in the regular season are absolutely convinced that there's never been a worse GM in the history of sports. Anyway, look, it's been so bad. I guess that. So many haven't been watching super hats, that's proof alone. Why Ernie should have gone fair enough on that point? Anyway, gets Ernie shortly, and I'll bring Tim leg Laurent as. Well, but I wanna start with what was called by some one of the biggest nights in DC sports history last night. The return of Bryce Harper to NATs park aka the snake pit. Yeah. Mets park. Last night. Was a snake pit. I have many thoughts about last night. And I'm just gonna rip through them. All right. I'll start with this it. It was not one of the biggest nights in DC sports history. It was an interesting night. Very interesting night both going into it. And certainly during it. It was intense to it was an intense moment watching Bryce Harper's I bat as a Philadelphia Phillie back in DC, but you could have gotten into the park Jesse, you know, last night for next to nothing plenty of available tickets for very reasonable prices on stubhub. You know, maybe the weather had something to do with it. I don't know. And I doubt very seriously. If the game will do some sort of biggest night ever in DC. Sports TV rating. I don't think it will do that. But it was did do pretty well assure data about a five locally. Okay. So I'm sure it did. Well, but it wasn't going to do a playoff number. You know, what's gonna come any closer anywhere near what what the playoff games have done here previously. It was though in all seriousness. It was a very interesting night because it was a superstar player, and this city hasn't had many of those over the years a former MVP coming back to DC for his first game for the first time. And I think many were curious to see how he would handle it how he would play and how the crowd would treat him. We've been talking about this ever since he signed in Philadelphia this April second return the game was delayed because of the weather, but when he came up to bat in in that first inning. He was booed and booed. Loudly. I wasn't at the game. I was watching on television. If there were cheers. They were barely audible on TV. Which is the way I consumed it. And I think Aaron the way you consumed it, right? You weren't there wasn't there. It was an impressive in impressive chorus of Boeing and booze people dressed up for the occasion. And the dress up was primarily anti Bryce. All right. Nets fan seemed to be an agreement on this that he betrayed them. And he was now the enemy, and I think they did a very good job of making that clear in in those first at bats the moment of his first at bat was intense watching it, you know, it was that kind of anticipation that make sports so good when you get those moments. You know, it's live..

Ernie Ernie Grunfeld Tim Legler DC Bryce Harper Philadelphia Tim Nets Mets Boeing Aaron GM general manager stubhub MVP Jesse three years
"ernie" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"ernie" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Right. Thank you guys. Hey, coming up next going to talk about something that Mitch McConnell said yesterday. Wait till you hear this audio. It is straight ahead. It's Ernie Brown show, Dan in for Ernie right here on news and information, five seventy KLIF. Wants to be among the elite on the top of the mountain stern adopting these traits and habits that this accessible do differently. I'm Alex wehrley with the Business Rockstars minute. Number one, they surround themselves with supporters. They have friends and people in their inner circle that help them grow get better and achieve their biggest goals and dreams and life. The best of the best know how vitally important is to surround themselves with a team of like minded individuals are going to help them win and all of life number two the constantly expand their vision instead of letting her past mistakes failures and hardships define their destiny. They constantly expand their vision as to what's possible. They know that as long as they are still breathing and getting the opportunity to live another day. There is more to do and achieve. I'm Alex wehrley and this has been a Business Rockstars minute. Some job boards making tons of the wrong resumes, which makes finding a great candidate like well trying to find a needle in a haystack. That's not smart. The smart way ZipRecruiter. They actively find.

Alex wehrley Ernie Brown Mitch McConnell Dan
"ernie" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

02:41 min | 1 year ago

"ernie" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Ernie Brown on news and information, five seventy KLIF. before the top of the hour. Thank you for being here today. This is Ernie Brown on five seventy KLIF. All right. I quick story here. I'll I'll get to this PC Christmas. Was invited out to dinner on Saturday. And went with some friends. I always try to make it clear when I get invited someplace when somebody calls me say, hey, we want you to join us. First question out of my mouth who is us and often I will decline if there are multiple people there. I don't know. I just don't want to get into it. Suspicious type. Not anything out of suspicion. Are you afraid of being set up on a blind date or something? I, you know, I just don't want to get in the middle of an uncomfortable conversation. I just don't want to do with the wallflower. That's your you're looking for handle house. This the wallflower. No, no, no. I just sometimes they say we all just being a bunch of guys or we're gonna we're going on. Okay. Well, who are the people that are going with you? Well, so and so I don't know those people. Well, I don't want to go and I'll stay home. That's just the way. I'd rather do it's free country. So I changed that rule this weekend. And I got one of the funniest lines. I've ever heard in my life, and it was completely. Everybody missed it. But me. Or everybody was too embarrassed. So it was on the naughty side here. No, the Dr need have the dump button ready to go. There were seven people. And there was one of these guys. And he seemed like a really nice purse. Nice guy, just not. Right. And there's just no other way. He obviously clearly had smoked a lot of weed in his life short of a picnic. Exact. Gotcha. All right. So anyway, somehow, the convocation conversation came to me, and they say what do you do for a living? I said well, mostly I rub people the wrong way. Ha funny line there. And and he said. You do massages. And I said I said, well, I massage egos in such as how do you get to be a misogynist? A.

Ernie Brown
"ernie" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

07:21 min | 1 year ago

"ernie" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Ernie Brown on news. Now, your trending topics monitoring social media post among our listeners in DFW vs or the trending topics right now, we shower for training topic number three Ernie President Donald Trump has nominated wild Bill bar to be the next attorney general of these United States. Wow, that's a life changer for me. If an aim sounds familiar, it's because Barr served the same post under president George H W Bush from ninety one to ninety three. Citing stuff. I got no big argument when I was working in Washington. In the news department at this national news organization, they they came running in one day and said there's a new chief of staff at the White House. And my response was this. What do I care? Does this affect anybody's life? Does anybody really who gives a rat's rear end who the gatekeeper is? And this is the same kind of news to me. I mean, it's important. Yeah. You want to know who the guy is going to be holding the office. I get that. But at the same time does it really affect people every day lives. Throughout the breathless nature of the reporting of this today. Trump being Trump says he was my first choice from day one. Then why didn't you make him your first choice? What's the issue here? You're in charge. You said you were gonna pick people somehow he forgot that I guess so trending topic number two onto more fun news. I love this an ancient strain of the plague has been discovered in a you guessed it Swedish tomb. I didn't guess that worried is laid it would lay doormat for five thousand years dead right there on the spot. Did they have? Pyramids. I didn't know about in Sweden Sweden. Oh, yeah. Big big for Faeroes back then in Sweden lotta Swedish pharaohs, they built the tombs gorgeous may ice. Yeah. They did. They were just big ice. Tombs? Researchers say the strain was previously unknown and likely responsible for the deaths of a whopping seventy eight people. All right, wait a minute before you go on. This actually is interesting to me in one respect because if you've ever seen the movie the thing ever see that movie now all right now, I'm not talking about the one from the fifties where the guy walking around with the suit. I'm talking about the one where it was some kind of germ or something that they discovered and Wilford Bramley turns into an alien, and you turn to these horrible things. And at the end once they realized that this this thing, whatever it was there at the North Pole. I believe or maybe the Antarctic I don't remember. But wherever it was they realized it was not going to be able to get out by using one of. Of these human bodies as a host of by the way, this is going somewhere just bear with me. It finally said I'm gonna just go bury myself out in the ice. And wait for the next crew to come in and Thami out by accident. So you had the same principle is to this. If you have ice melting that hasn't melted for decades or for centuries. Suddenly you have germs that have not seen the light of day and been around for centuries, and we may not have immunity to them like those guys on that island were that that missionary got killed there. Everybody said don't go to that island. Because a they'll kill you. And be you could kill them. Just by being there by breathing on them. Sure. Once again, another reason to blame goal global warming. Yeah. Exactly. I thought I bring that into the conversation today, this particular strain had genetically mutated into the deadliest form of the plague which is the pneumonic plague. Bindings did new moniker? Bhubaneshwar? It starts with a pay followed by an N. Okay. So it's pneumonic. Then I've never heard of that. Pretty sure I'm reading correct, I it'd be time. The finding has helped scientists understand how the disease traveled across Europe in the meal Lipik air my favorite air. Oh, sure. Yeah. Devastating the population in early mega settlements not maga- before his time was before that. But mega settlements kind of like the mega mega, you know. Like, the big stores, we go to live in these big places and grow up together. If you could live in any time period, would you wanna live in any other time period, I'm living it, I, you know, I guess you gotta say the president because I don't want to go back to where he bathed once a year just. Filth. Yeah. Well, you do that every time easing cold. You got to cut wood for fire constantly like that's just your daily job. Liked about your cabin. I like that. I don't have to do it. Like, that's that's that's like. It's fun because it's not my job. I read it's my job. It's not fun. I read a story about John D Rockefeller. Who was when you put it in today's terms the richest man in the history of the world. Yes. With a wealth of well over two hundred billion dollars. Lawf- lived in the early eighties bucks up. He he lived in the early part of the twentieth century think we know who he is. Okay. Well, a lot of people may not. But the question was would you rather live then with his money or live now with your current income? And when they describe what life was like back in nineteen fifteen nineteen ten Keno five, it became very clear that though my goal is to dominate the world and have more money than anybody. Yeah. I would rather live down because the things that we take for granted. Now like, I don't know medicine. Sure did not exist that just simple Advil. Yeah. Did not exist. Then your life expectancy. If you've got bitten by a snake? You're dead. Yeah. If you've got bit by Snyder, you're going to die about everything you got the flu you're dead. I mean, you got anything you're going to die. And I that alone was enough. But you know, daddy gets sick. And they do some thing that we consider barbaric in the hospital electric, try to electrocute you bleed. Yeah. Death electric lights off and on sometimes worked sometimes didn't. There were no safety. There were there are no safety regulations to protect us that we take for granted you eat out in a restaurant, you're taking your life in your own hand. And it just goes on and they just listed all these horrifying things at my poor grandmother grew up in share. And now, I know why when I look at a picture of her when she's seventeen she looked like she was fifty rough times rough time. So I'm living in the time. I wanna be living healthier food though, actually, probably so. Yeah. Trainy topic number one Kevin Hart. The comedian is out as the Oscars host after somebody dug up old, homophobic tweets have part of this. I've got. I got because his apology. I think almost forty years old. If you don't believe that he would change grow evolve. As a hit older. I don't know to tell you. Let me play another one another is this part of his still sure, okay? I don't.

Ernie President Donald Trump Sweden president pneumonic plague Ernie Brown Washington chief of staff George H W Bush Oscars Barr United States Wilford Bramley White House DFW John D Rockefeller Faeroes attorney North Pole Thami
"ernie" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

02:57 min | 2 years ago

"ernie" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Is Ernie Brown on news. Now, your trending topics monitoring social media posts among our listeners in DFW. Here are the trendy topics right now, Ernie start off attorney topic number three so many smartphones are going bigger, but how about one the size of a business card Braley? I'm an the card phone made by company in Japan. And it's being released next month is being dubbed, the world's thinnest phone. It has no camera no apps, you'll be able to take calls and Brown, the internet browse the internet, but other than that that's about it. So you mean, it's a phone then. Yes, all with internet. So it's not like phone phone. I wonder if they put out just a phone phone nowadays, if anybody would buy probably due for seniors. Yeah. They have this thing called the jitterbug. Yeah. But I am waiting for. Are they to do is just make the iphone smaller phone fours? Yeah. Those were good sizes. And now it technology better. I just needed to be lighter. Yeah. But like you can't handle how much an iphone ways. Is it really weighing iphone four you pick it. Now, you're thinking the five Nintendo. I used to have the iphone four is when I had forever. Okay. Weighed a ton compared to even a bigger one. Because they I think they use aluminum or something now. Bill. But yeah, I'm ready for for. I want him to go back to the size of like the Motorola razor to me. I really just need internet access podcasting. Text phone calls. That's it. That's really that's all I want. And I think that's I don't I really don't need the camera. It's gonna come with a camera. I don't think camera takes up too much space. I don't think it'd just make them smaller. I think everybody agrees now. Smaller is better. I think this thing this thing is going to be pretty cool. I like the bigger phones because I need I see people watching things on their phones for the life of me. I watch something on that small of a screen. I had a sad sad day yesterday. So I bought this contraption that hooks onto my bed. That is a crane that holds my iphone right in front of my face and bad. So I can watch. Really can't just hold your phone in your hand. You have a device. Well, yeah. If you're gonna watch something for over like, two minutes leaving against your pillow or something. No. Because then a gets a comfortable because you get tired of sitting on one side starts hurt. So then you gotta turn around. No. I bought this crane clips on and I use it every morning every morning. I I have I told you I have spectrum. And they have an app to where as long as you're inside your home and using WI fi you can watch every channel on spectrum. Okay. I have that app. I watch it. I put it on the news or what have you? And I watch the news and learn what's going on. I do to bet. It's great. Okay. Great dogs..

Ernie Brown Japan DFW attorney Nintendo Motorola WI two minutes
"ernie" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"ernie" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"And the masters all stuff ernie thanks again will that the best ernie johnson so he the convergence of ernie's smoothness as a communicator and sweetness as a person did you see how deftly nicely he corrected my misconception that this is not the first time the tbs had the final four i honestly thought it was the first time he was very polite very very smooth he corrected me without making me feel foolish that's why that's why he's got trophies in the case man and is that a red flag on me like we had with joshua red flag yeah you know rich red flag red five to say i'm thinking toss to break the sponsor hope for the best one segment at a time ball it is what it is all right let's take a break when we come back sneak in a phone call and then there are some rules that are going to be up for passage next week's owners meeting that you may not know about including one loophole that has been glaring in the nfl overtime rules that they're about to close and thank goodness they're closing it before some misfortune and convergence of mishaps drove a game straight through the loophole people have gone nuts that's next here on the rich eisen show let's talk sleepnumber my sleep number bed is awesome every single time i've got an nfl player on the rich eisen show and i tell them that the nfl and sleep numbers are now partners and they are going to get a sleep number bed this fall they freak out because they know how good sleep number's i know how good sleep number is i know every single night i put my head on a sleep number bed it will automatically adjust the way that i sleep and i can make sure the mattress firmness is the way i want before i even put my head on the pillow.

ernie johnson nfl joshua eisen
"ernie" Discussed on Holding Court with Geno Auriemma

Holding Court with Geno Auriemma

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"ernie" Discussed on Holding Court with Geno Auriemma

"An a different or new appreciation for for where you've been and where you're going in i hope our past cross someday soon would love to sit down and have a drink with the end just uh uh it's been a pleasure and he really has thank you for doing this no no it's you know thank you so much with the the respect goes both ways obviously only spend a big fan of what you've done and i and i uh and i know this is a this is a cool thing i've seen civil of a list of the folks you've had on the show i feel honoured to be to be among those as a spend some time with the it's just good question van and that's gonna it's good conversation because we know one of a couple of falvin uh look i've i've been blessed to do this for for a long five blessed with an unbelievable families that i get become home key every day and uh thank you so much for having beyond the needs of water well thanks ernie now i hope ah i wanted to be in atlanta in the near future and the fully uh can come over and not say how did the boyce hey hey make sure to thursday night mainly immobile hanging out at i will do that you always that friends come over how i would do that he's do i would do that attacks ernie over you got rougher hit me text fiction your called me and tell me where you're at and come over and hanging out i would do that i appreciate that are at coach tax ernie while there you have it another addition of holding court that was ernie johnson ernie johnson junior to be exact the host of the nba on tnt and the voice of major league baseball and everything else that you can imagine anything that's.

van atlanta nba baseball ernie johnson