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"faira faucets." Discussed on The Sean Salisbury Show
"Now. Stakeout. On the Sean, Salisbury show. A couple of others we have. Chuck. Chuck. Bronson put about Bronson Man. gashed Chuck Norris, which Chuck d like Faira Faucet just the poster in the red bathing suit. That Denise Richards was the other chick I was talking about in While was Nev Nev Campbell. Yeah. Then we've had this we've had underrated one. How do we miss some of these Tommy Lee Jones? Yeah. That's great. Call by Louis Bob Newhart people I can Richard Pryor that his best we had Chris Farley which has been mentioned, but but a really good call Rodney Dangerfield, the dirty Harry series which we've talked about with the. got. The call from that's James Christopher got call and Williamson in James All mention that and here's one. Nicholson. Yeah you got the Shining Nicholson one flew over the CUCKOO's Nest Nicholson you've got a few good men Nicholson favors bitching and moaning on the Lakers sideline Nichols. There you go. Jack Nicholson. Good. Gracious talk about with standing the test of time. And we left out. Indiana Jones the Tom Clancy Movies Star Wars. Are Guy Harrison Ford. Another, one that you could throw Robin Williams Watch. A movie, the other night Morning Glory or something where they are doing morning show. that. Was a hurt she picked that. It wasn't the best Harrison Ford Pick. Of movie of all time now, Kim. Basinger and Mickey Rourke were in nine and a half weeks. If you remember basing her John Cusack, we had one a him Glenn. Glenn close we had Rene Russo. Rene Rousso really good from. The Thomas Crown Affair Time. Balloon. Really you guys don't Rousseau's sixty plus years in her sixties. Talk about somebody who is who that was Do you ever see Thomas Craft Fair with. Pierce Brosnan were these steals the paintings? No. Oh, you didn't see that. Okay. Well, you'd know who she is she was. Sick she kevin caused what she? In the in the draft day was she. In multiple has been a lot of movies with Kevin Costner though. Because wasn't she she was in the Gulf movie with Yeah they to hear Tin Cup ten cup or she he's giving her lessons than it's his love affair in the movie. That's another one was. said. A female you all good one. Go back to the Eighties Jamie Lee Curtis. Yes dwelt with the. That movie. Yeah. I mean, she got all the Halloween movies you got. Do Not Hate Jamie Lee Curtis Okay Short hairs kind of out. Yeah. See Ya. All right. So there you go. The big one is up actor comedian. You can go back when they were the youth thought they were at their best when you say I loved them then. And you say that's it. That's the one that you could keep them there. For All time, they'd live forever what era and who is it that's the big one come on and give us a call seven, three, two, one, two, five, seven, hundred, m, C, let's take it out the astros. We were talking about earlier down the stretch ten games to go. Will they win the five necessary to go thirty and thirty? Seven Games now, but after this week. Thorough Tin Latham. Sorry I'm bad at math as just loving. Yeah. I'd. Go I'd. Left they've got three against Arizona this weekend. Okay. One and five, and then they will take on Texas for the final four. Would make nine. So where's the tenth coming from? Six and four, three, three, three..
"faira faucets." Discussed on And That's Why We Drink
"The dating game killer transports you to a time when serial killers terrorize cities. From coast to coast and the middle of a string of murders. One of these derangement appeared as a contestant on the popular television showed the dating game and he won. How is it that a cold blooded serial killer made it onto? Tv show that millions of people watched and no one could see what he really was. Rodney Alcala was one of the most deadly serial killers in American history. Police believe he murdered five people but the real number might be closer to one hundred from the team that brought you over my dead body in Hollywood and crime comes the dating game killer. The gruesome story of the most famous serial killer. You've never heard of. You're about to hear a preview of the dating game killer and while you're listening sure to subscribe to the dating game killer on Apple. Podcasts are wherever you're listening now dating your own. He'll mark thank you and welcome to the dating game and we'll get right underway. It's time to meet our first free eligible bachelors for Game Number One and on September Eighteenth Nineteen seventy-eight millions of TV viewers tuned into one of America's most popular game shows in living rooms across the country people watched as the stage set rotated to reveal the contestants who would vie for date with the evenings first. Bachelorette Gallon back to number. One is a successful photographer. Who got his start? When his father found him in the dark room at the age of thirteen fully-developed the lights came up as the camera. Moved into a tight. Shot of Bachelor Number One. He smiled wide at the audiences warm. Welcome nodding with self confidence. His white dress shirt was open halfway down. His chest is long. Main of curly. Dark hair was perfectly quaffed brushed back and cascading down his shoulders young lady her game number one. Here's here's the young lady with a wealth of experience. Welcome if you will sensational. Cheryl Bradshaw Cheryl Bradshaw strode onto the stage in a sparkling address with puffy sleeves and revealing scoop neck batches. Her view of the Bachelors was blocked by Bend in the flower power inspired barrier host. Jim Lane quickly explained the rules. She could ask the contestants whatever she liked except for their name age occupation or income then. He introduced the bachelor's number one. Would you say hello to Cheryl please? We're going to have a great time together Cheryl. And we got in the style of the show. Cheryl's questions were playful and heavy with sexual innuendo bachelor number. One was particularly adept at matching her tone in bravado and double entendre. He was comfortable in front of the camera growling provocatively and commanding her to get over here. He played to the audience and they responded a bachelor number one serving you for dinner. Oh what are you called? And what do you look lie? I'm called the banana and I look really good. Can you be a little more scripting backstage? Before the show began bachelor number one's demeanor had been less engaging he seemed able to turn the charm on it will but it vanished as soon as it no longer suited his purposes as he and the other contestants waited to take their places on stage. He got in the face of one of his rivals. I always get the girl. He snarled his is dark. Empty pits back. The dating game Sherrel Wheeler reached. The moment of truth. Recall it. You heard from the Bachelors. You've got some great dramatic presentations and good answers. But now I'm GonNa ask you a question. We'll let they'd be Baxter number one bachelor number two or Bachelorette number three in. Its thirteen years on the air. The dating game had introduced America too. Many guests who go on to celebrate careers among its alumni. Were Faira Faucet. Burt Reynolds and Arnold Schwarzenegger. Tonight's lucky bachelor would be no exception. Within a year his name would be known nationwide though it wouldn't be for landing his own movie contract rather he would be known to law enforcement agencies from Hollywood to New York and his dating game. Appearance.
"faira faucets." Discussed on Murder Minute
"Known husband killer but he said he knew right away. There was more to the story. They were married six weeks later and continued raising France. Kids plus one more together. Robert Helped francine bring her dream of becoming a nurse into fruition. She graduated from Nursing School as Valedictorian of her class and went on to work as an LPN at several nursing homes a few years after after meeting Robert She spoke with people magazine at the time she was living in a neatly kept sparsely-furnished tract house. In Jackson Michigan Journalist Joya Dila Berto described her voice as girlish and tentative noting that is conveyed a distrust of strangers. People still look at me like they're trying to figure me out. Francine told her. I don't feel like I have to explain myself to anybody and I don't. I don't need pity or sympathy. I'm just an ordinary person but ordinary is far from how other people have described. Francine her widely reported case helped transform public understanding of domestic violence redefining as a crime versus a private affair and spurring the nationwide establishment of battered women shelters which helped pave the way for shelters for other genders to the story gained gained more attention with the release of the burning bed. Book in One thousand nine hundred and the derivative film of the same name in Nineteen eighty-four the intense drama became one of the most revered TV movies of all time reaching more than seventy five million NBC viewers Francine became one a faira faucets most acclaimed roles in response to the film. Mickey's Cousin Betty Phillips Till the Lansing State Journal. Our family has never denied the violence. But if he could have gotten help it would have made a difference. A lot of the things in the movie really did happen but did he deserve to die no. The system failed both of them. Mickey's father Berlin and his brother. Donovan both died by suicide in the years following the fire. While Betty did not like the film she hoped it was making a positive impact adding. I know that it opened a lot of is after decades of working as a nurse and loving her family francine died of complications of pneumonia at age. Sixty nine afterward. Her daughter Nicole who is seven when Mickey tied spoke of her mother's ability you to make people laugh even in times of distress as a kid. You know something is wrong. But you're taught to run and hide. She said adding that she and her siblings do do. Their Dad was on a path to kill them. You just have to listen and cry. Mom was strong. We never went hungry. Never went without anything we needed needed. I believe she did it to save his kids and herself. She changed so many lives changed the lives of people we will never know musicians to who were impacted by Francine story which inspired Martina McBride's hit Song Independence Day in Nineteen eighty-five singer-songwriter Lyn. Hardy had made a commitment to not perform any of the old time murder ballads detailing violence against women instead. She decided to write a song in which a woman murdered her abuser. A friend alerted her to the Francine Hughes case and she was baffled. By how closely matched earlier ix she completed the song a Smithsonian Folk Song America Anthology selection with Donna Hiebert. It's called the ballot a Francine Hughes use. My name is Francine Hughes. I'll tell you will come. Listen to my story. I'll try to okay from crying. I'm murdered my husband own. It goes on to depict the night. Francine burned the family family home with Mickey inside the trial and the verdict ending with a message about the many cases of abuse and differently. Really given me my all liberty. Thank you said me free. But every eighteen seconds of Woman's beaten just like me and every day in in court another batter goes free today. Research shows that a woman is beaten or assaulted every every nine seconds. This has been murder minutes for true crime anytime. Download the murder minute APP or follow us on Instagram at murder minute..
"faira faucets." Discussed on Murder Minute
"With known husband killer but he said he knew right away. There was more to the story. They were married six weeks later and continued raising France. Kids plus one more together. Robert Helped francine bring her dream of becoming a nurse into fruition. She graduated from Nursing School as Valedictorian of her class and went on to work as an LPN at several nursing homes a few years after after meeting Robert She spoke with people magazine at the time she was living in a neatly kept sparsely-furnished tract house. In Jackson Michigan Journalist Joya Dila Berto described her voice as girlish and tentative noting that is conveyed a distrust of strangers. People still look at me like they're trying to figure me out. Francine told her. I don't feel like I have to explain myself to anybody and I don't. I don't need pity or sympathy. I'm just an ordinary person but ordinary is far from how other people have described. Francine her widely reported case helped transform public understanding of domestic violence redefining as a crime versus a private affair and spurring the nationwide establishment of battered women shelters which helped pave the way for shelters for other genders to the story gained gained more attention with the release of the burning bed. Book in One thousand nine hundred and the derivative film of the same name in Nineteen eighty-four the intense drama became one of the most revered TV movies of all time reaching more than seventy five million NBC viewers Francine became one a faira faucets most acclaimed roles in response to the film. Mickey's Cousin Betty Phillips Till the Lansing State Journal. Our family has never denied the violence. But if he could have gotten help it would have made a difference. A lot of the things in the movie really did happen but did he deserve to die no. The system failed both of them. Mickey's father Berlin and his brother. Donovan both died by suicide in the years following the fire while Betty did not like the film. She said she hoped it was making a positive impact. Adding I know that it opened a lot of is after decades of working as a nurse and loving her family francine died of complications of pneumonia at age. Sixty nine afterward. Her daughter Nicole who is seven when Mickey tied spoke of her mother's ability you to make people laugh even in times of distress as a kid. You know something is wrong. But you're taught to run and hide. She said adding that she and her siblings do do. Their Dad was on a path to kill them. You just have to listen and cry. Mom was strong. We never went hungry. Never went without anything we needed needed. I believe she did it to save his kids and herself. She changed so many lives changed the lives of people we will never know musicians to who were impacted by Francine story which inspired Martina McBride's hit Song Independence Day in Nineteen eighty-five singer-songwriter Lyn. Hardy had made a commitment to not perform any of the old time murder ballads detailing violence against women instead. She decided to write a song in which a woman murdered her abuser. A friend alerted her to the Francine Hughes case and she was baffled. By how closely matched earlier ix she completed the song a Smithsonian Folk Song America Anthology selection with Donna Hiebert. It's called the ballot a Francine Hughes use. My name is Francine Hughes. I'll tell you will come. Listen to my story. I'll try to okay from crying. I'm murdered my husband own. It goes on to depict the night. Francine burned the family family home with Mickey inside the trial and the verdict ending with a message about the many cases of abuse and differently. Really given me my all liberty. Thank you said me free. But every eighteen seconds of Woman's beaten just like me and every day in in court another batter goes free today. Research shows that a woman is beaten or assaulted every every nine seconds. This has been murder minutes for true crime anytime. Download the murder minute APP or follow us on Instagram at murder minute..
"faira faucets." Discussed on The Johnny Carson Show
"I'm your host will Schreiner and we listened back. Act Too many of these great podcasts and try to put them into perspective for you. Jimmy Carter was president. All things in the country. Were good in nineteen seventy nine so we kick off our show is that always says you. ooh Johnny that was a reminder to all of us to get out of the bathroom and come in and listen to the monologue well tonight doc. Severinsen the band leader is often Tommy. Newsom mm-hmm is filling in Tommy was always the subject of a Of of a shot or two got a great shot on him about his close. Because Tommy was kind of you know a a dry wit and a good foil. Johnny Johnny got a lot of mileage out of that This show has A classic slow news day as Johnny's to say that was always a the premise for not being to top. But he had some things to talk about to do. He was welcoming the tourists and there was giving him some suggestions on what to do in town about like the southern in California theater scene and of course Janis visit the snail land. Next up he talks a little bit about Faira Faucets. divorce He has a joke. That needs needs a little explaining which China so good at explaining a joke but he saves it with great Killer joke end the bit on Farah Fawcett you'll enjoy that following the monologue Karnak them magnificent Visitor from the east as Ed but sets up so well. If you don't understand the remember the premises Karnak would give give the answer. And then Ed would read the question Johnny had always had fun doing this. Especially when the setup didn't go well or any time there was something that was just a little off off kilter ed got a great Great kick out of it and they really They really have fun together doing it. There was one off color joke. That gets a big laugh from Ed. And and there's one that bombs and Annette even says You'll hear it but as questions if johnny got it right or not. The audience is hot and cold throughout the monologue. But Ed milks when he gets to the. I have in my hand the last envelope. Well that was always a good setup for ed it was always a good reminder for the audience that this better be a good one and this one is and I guess on a show is the great comedian Rodney Dangerfield. Who We've lost a few years ago? I actually even went a to his funeral and it was one of the more funerals I've ever Attended and everybody got up and told Rodney stories and Roddy was a great guy to hang around with. He used to come in the IMPROV. All the time I sit around and the big roundtable improvisation on melrose and a whole court as we say because who as a comedian did not love Rodney Dangerfield I love this monologue and then of course roddy always comes over and sits with Johnny and then of course the model continues is but it's a panel so johnny would set up You Know Rodney on a couple of topics and if you listened closely you'll hear where he talks about How's your health and Rodney's he's not quite there yet so he takes? He takes a break. Because I'm not there yet so Johnny Oh oh okay. We'll get to that but it it for insiders that know the how the panel went. Johnny would have you know three or four topics to to ask Rodney and I guess health came who soon in the equation and of course my favorite and you got to hang in there until the end. My favorite bit is when Rodney has finished all his material there. He's got nothing and Johnny's not given anything so he just turns to the guest to his right and says So how's it going with you because it just floors Johnny that Rodney's out of material and he's already turned to the other guests. I enjoyed that. I hope you do too anyway. Here it is. Here's a another great episode of the Johnny Carson. Show podcast we've got Karnak and we've got Rodney so give give a listen. I know you're going to enjoy it. I'll see any other side and now ladies and gentleman Johnny Yeah thank you. I'll be I I enjoy. I'll be honest. I enjoyed the applause with amazing. How many people think the show is over.
"faira faucets." Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts
"I brought along an old copy of the New York Times to the only sixty three. I remember that I remember how young I thought she was. I didn't think about it being inaugurated so Morocco. I should mention the listeners. This is part of sort of a Companion podcast series. That you've done. I think you've done short flight series also called Mogadishu as you can find those wherever you happen to get your podcast these days but You know you went and interviewed Clinton about that. So in some ways was the fact that the front pages of The Nation tended to push sure to the side. Is that why she needed reliving. What did you want to tell people about her story? Well that's one of the reasons I wanted to tell her story. I'd also bunce before she died right. I'd been working at the fragrance. Counter at macy's Herald Square in New York City and she came by my counter and this is one of the world's largest department stores And the the whole floor fell silent and I remembered you know thinking how remarkable that was other celebrities had come through. And I'll tell you if if cell phones had existed did back then you never would have thought to shove your hand in front of her face to take a selfie. There was just something about her and then months later she she died. I don't think a lot of people knew you that she was sick But I wanted to answer the question in this episode and in this chapter of why she still remembered the way that she is. She trends regularly on twitter And there were other stars were bigger than she was. She was a big star. That's true but her career basically lasted fourteen years. You know the stars like Ingrid Bergman Katharine Hepburn were bigger than she was And yet she persists and I don't think that that's an accident so in the episode Soda. Talk to both of her sons and they agreed that what she went through during World War Two almost starving to death in Nazi occupied Holland And this is going to sound like fan fiction but it's true. She held secret dance performances to raise money for the resistance This was really fundamental to her character. And if if you look at her movies go back and look at them and I certainly did. I saw this quality in her of yearning and gratitude that her sons agreed. Reid came from that experience in the war. I mean it's her first. Hollywood screen test was not her reading. A script was not her talking about how wonderful it was to be in Hollywood. It was her talking about about the war and what she went through And you know studios tried to replicate her they they found other actresses that were beautiful and talented like Millie Perkins Maggie Gary McNamara Susan Strasberg. But they didn't punch through in the way that Audrey Hepburn did And I- posit in that chapter in episode that it's it's that quality that essential quality. She had that came from her experience in the war. I mean there are things that you talk about in your book and I want giving credit where it's due It's written along with a scholar named Jonathan Greenburg. Yeah you talk a bit about her when you talk about that quality and her and her sons but your sons in and through them you kind of make the case that look. There's one of these one of her big movies. She was effectively playing a version of herself and in fact that she felt a kinship. which never would have occurred to me although I certainly knew about her life During World War T- where she felt a kind of kinship to Anne and frank and Anne Frank's father articulated during his lifetime that he had hoped that she might play his dead daughter. Auto Frank Sent Audrey Hepburn Burn in unpublished the unpublished manuscript of of the diary. Van Frank And he wanted her to play her at one point and Audrey Hepburn said that she couldn't do it that it was that she she said. Of course she survived the war. She was not central concentration camp but she felt such a kinship and she founded so painful that she thought that playing her might actually kill her and Yeah so it's it's it's I've wanted to on these are things that I don't think people know about Audrey Hepburn. They know that they love her. And what's interesting thing is when that episode came out several young women That I spoke to said you know. She's Oliver Instagram. She's all over dorm. Rooms walls and colleges. We've never seen her movies. We just know that there's something about her that we love. We will be talking after the break connects couple of segments about a number of the other folks you look at but Hepburn Element is is fascinating. Also because use it as a springboard for some other things that you raise in the course of your book you talk to Karen James I guess a friend of yours used to be in your culture writer who did an obituary and was kind of hauled into the newsroom is at my God doc. Hello Burns died. You GotTa do a piece about her film career. Only they thought it was the wrong hepburn. that that they thought Katherine Hepburn died that day. That's right that was circulating around the newsroom room and they said Karen you gotTa Right. You've got a right an obits for Katherine Hepburn and a while later. Somebody said yes. We've received confirmation from the United Nations. Anyone anyone everybody said. Oh wait the United Nations. Because Audrey Hepburn was anciently initially before Angelina Jolie she did a lot of work traveling. The Planet On behalf of the world's poor for UNICEF so then they realize oh I got its Audrey Hepburn and so there is a section in the book About people that are often confused for each other because Katherine Hepburn and rates. Ah You mentioned I think you mentioned Mister Domino's for auto that's pretty wonderfully obscure tongue twister of one. And then you argue argue I think unconscionably that people are going to confuse Nathan Hale and Alan Hale of course who played the skipper on Gilligan's island at that point. I think we're just having fun. I I think that would happen but a rope played a good. You know the Hammock and the news. I don't know it could all be confused. I do think that people constantly confused Paul predom- and Dom deluise And Partly Dom deluise of course hung out with Mel Brooks and Burt Reynolds But he wrote a couple of cookbooks and they used his face to promote it right. That's right and Paul Perdomo and de Luise did have similar taste in hat where they both were berets. So I'm telling you put a picture side by side of the two of them and you could easily be fooled. I had always thought predominated very well in cannonball run. I think he was a tremendous in that Also there's this the element about the the questions of when you die may determine how much coverage you get that is Faira Faucet dies on the same day is Michael Jackson June. Twenty two thousand nine and you know the King of pop is just going to drown. The you know the Queen of the haircut from Charlie's angels. That's a look in Michael Jackson. Obviously it's a story about pop music race fashion scandal scandal so many different things but we all loved Farah. I mean I loved fair. I mean the seventy S. I'm sorry we're kind of sluggish time and then Farah came along and that energy that hair teeth and I know you know different. People loved her for different reasons. And the whole poster and all that but she was just she was fresh and exciting and she he was. There was something so kind of great and all American girl from Corpus Christi and people loved her long after her pinup heyday And at the end of her life She advocated on behalf of people suffering from cancer. Not Just Cancer Anal Cancer. which is something that no one wanted to talk about And she was she she sort of validated. Why we loved her in the first place? I'M A fan. You're a ferret fan. You are very empathetic.
"faira faucets." Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Work, of course, earned her an EMMY awards six Golden Globe nominations. She was an icon featured hairstyle. Of course, that's feathered hairstyle. It was literally of cultural phenomenon. it really truly was everyone was trying to do it she was featured wearing a tight red bathing suit that swimsuit in the nineteen seventy-two pinup poster so nearly twelve million copies it's up poster man She married, the six million dollar man Lee majors, and seventy three. They got divorced. And we heard talking about cancer. She was diagnosed with cancer, no six. God bless her faira faucet. Cow. Also. Breaking traffic and weather on news ninety three point one. K. F. B. K. under subpoena former special counsel robert muller will testify july seventeenth before joint and open meeting of the house judiciary and intelligence committees on his russia report things have changed because now robert muller is a private citizen he no longer works for the justice department so well what our sources are telling us is that he's likely talking with the justice department about how forthcoming he can be robert muller is essentially speaking as a citizen he is not under the same constraints that he was under before when he was still with the justice department a._b._c.'s mary bruce there are no details but the u._s. military says to service members have been killed in afghanistan the statement says the killings occurred a day after secretary of state mike pompeo made a quick visit to the afghan capital kabul the federal government is investigating price-fixing charges against the country's biggest poultry companies maple.
"faira faucets." Discussed on KOA 850 AM
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"faira faucets." Discussed on Bunny Ears
"No, one knew what we were talking about everyone. Tried to talk me out of pursuing the stupid internet finals coming back any day. Now any day now any day. So anyway, did that like throughout the nineties really was the first one ever to use the term social network? Really? Yeah. But you see where it got me. So yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Aaron Sorkin, where's the check that? Really? Oh, but don't start me on top. Me on air stealing an idea having. So we're talking about soccer Virk. No conscience about anything. The things that stopped us from forming a social network where what about copyrights, you know, how someone gonna get compensated. Should have not thought of that. Yeah. All kinds of legal issues like that. And he just he as stole the idea. And then be said fuck you'd everyone. And you know, what he's nuts? No, exactly. But I have the moral goes, exactly. And you live in far. Will that kept me? Exactly. Well, you live in a gorgeous house here tour nickel. Yeah. It's very kitschy. Yes. I am always referred to as the Queen of cakes. Yes. I read that I used to take offence at that. Because the collection started off really serious stuff like nineteen fifties through nineteen seventies. Modern atomic yet kind of retro or forward retro kind of thing before anyone is doing it. I mean, I started buying museum. Right. Will this is the museum nigga? But at the museum actually was just online. But everyone keeps calling this the Allee Willis museum kitsch, but the official name of this house is actually Willis wonderland named after my second hit boogie wonderland. Yes. Yes. I'm very familiar. Yes. I love that. I know. Yeah. I'm a fan. What are you? What are you doing all afternoon? Who's a lot of earth wind and fire? I must say you look very charming in that headband is killing me. Thank you. And I'm totally impressed. Eight your nails because I was looking just like that. I know did you clean up for me or I cleaned up. But it did such a horrible job. I should have just left them as little spot. Lilia little just a little cheese. And I'm very impressed. Thank you. But they had been really gonna make me happy. Good good wish all of you could see him a little pink pink headband. Yeah. No. I don't even have long hair kinda bad hysterical. These few little stock thinking wisps. I'm just gonna use it kind of just being completely. I have hair down to my tits. I can a man bun. And then once they could've short still kind of didn't like any hair like in my base. So this this was my solution. I just do. Good. I mean as you see I have not made a decision. Yes, audience, you should you should know this have or. On her left side is right around her ear lobby right around the year. Yeah. And the other one is nearly hits. So. And the back is shave. There you go. Couldn't make decision there. This by the way, happened in nineteen eighty three because accident I had no. I had really long hair almost to my waist long curly hair. And I finally said I can't deal with this. I'm getting a haircut, I go, and I'd always cut my own hair. So I go to some fancy place in Beverly Hills. They give me a fucking haircut. Like, so this was nineteen Eighty-three. They gave me a faira faucet. You know, where the feathered if? Yes, which a was nineteen seventy four I don't like to be behind on anything. Let alone you're screwing with my hair. So I locked myself inside for thirty one days until my friends did an intervention experimented with one side. I just started. And I thought when I get to a lengthy like I'm going to chop the other just match the other side, click close when I when you look in the mirror anything telling you, it was so traumatic and then Gina who bud court is really, okay. So Harold and Maude he played Harold there. Yes, he intervened. He said, I don't know what's going on in that house. But we're getting you out and I love love love bad movies. Like, really bad really, oh can go..
"faira faucets." Discussed on X96
"It's how you doing. Who's your crush? Well, I'm embarrassed to say Ricky stroller. Yeah. Yeah. You should be embarrassed. Kerry, you ask me specifically to call. And I finally got a chance good Ricky Schroder was when he became Rick Schroder. He he was scary. I thought he grew up to be a fairly handsome young, man. He didn't seem that cute. When he was a kid to me. No, he lost it. Once I hit about fifteen. Well, and he's become a right wing asks. Oh, how's it going? Skirt cameron. Thanks nita. Miss Julie from romper room. Oh, yeah. Per bumper stopper. Billy, and what are you doing Billy? And I'm getting a lot of Catherine Bach from dukes of hazzard. Let's see wonder woman. I got a lot of Linda Carter in here. Kirstie alley from cheers. Sure. For for for a brief moment there. I suppose I liked her thought founder attractive during her fat actress period. Chanelle is here. Hello chanel. Good morning. Hello. I had a huge crush on Legua. Oh, yeah. A lot of people is Vigo. No. Orlando bloom. Oh, see I had a crush on Vigo Vigo because it's because he didn't he looks like he doesn't watch. Do you know, really, man? Looks like a man because you know, if you're a man, you don't wash your Mandra out doing man thing. And then when the woman gets close to you, she goes through what is how you smell like a, man. Getting a lot of Lonnie Anderson from w KRLD for some reason, listen Milan. Who's the boss Bailey quarters? Yes. See Jan Smithers transmitters sexy. Let's see let's go to this. Antonio. Hello antonis. She married. Producer. Hi. From supernatural. Yeah. Yeah. That's a good one. Thanks. Thanks. Let's see David Bowie from labyrinth. Okay. Yes. Enjoy. That's not a great picture. Doc pants on. She looks. She's she's sort of scowling you were hoping for match game. X nine six dot com slash live. And that's what's her name from. Jaclyn Smith Jacqueline Smith. Nobody said any of Charlie's angels. This is Scott back right there. Probably. We just got a faira faucet. We just. There you go Nagin from Walking Dead. Yeah. And again, he looks as though. Morgan says, though, he doesn't smell very you ties. Is arguably the most beautiful state in our nation. We.
"faira faucets." Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ
"Like, you're saying that Elsie was talking about how you kinda launched the phrase that when I'm working my way from out in front of the Coliseum into the press box for the games invariably, you'll go through that tunnel. And they'll be some fans from some of the other teams that start their fly eagles fly or whatever it might be and Rams fans instantly start shouting them down with your call with Rams house or who's outs Rams house? It's got to be incredibly rewarding to know that you launch something like that. Again, I like to popularize it because I kind of feel like it's organic. And it's it's from the family of Rams fans. And that's really what you want. You want everybody. Vested. It's not mine. It's not somebody particulars. Really, this is the quintessential we not me moment to be honest with you, this is the city of L A. And this is where we're going, and what's fun. There's there's a video on the Rams dot com called. The road to the Super Bowl. And I hope people will go on and take a look at dick ver- meal. Does the narrative on it in its powerful chills? You the season the fan base? You gotta look at the fans it represents L A. And that's what's so cool about the diversity of our city all coming together. People have also economic backgrounds all ethnic backgrounds and everyone come together in the Rams. I was gonna say I want to study go fund me account, and I want us to chip in money into keeshonds tickets. And when he shows up he could be cast announcer for whose house ramps, we do that. You know, you do it. Right. We do pull Geiss in Danny trae hell comes in. And does it, but I would be happy to give two of my seats. Bring a friend to go to the game not at the Super Bowl. But. We don't you know, who I feel sorry for them listening to everything he said the chargers. Yeah. They got kicked out say one more for the road. Give us one more before we go whose house. Who's? Taking so good to be with you. All right. Lebron was not one hundred percent yesterday. But wasn't enough of the Lakers to get a win. Find out next. Ooh, I like this show. I like this show. Let's get showed. No, no. It was fun show to watch get the visual aspect of it. Happy birthday to faira faucet. Yes. Fair. Faucets birthday. Yes. Every time. I watch it. I was like was that good? Like, it wasn't good in the sense that you weren't hanging on the edge of your seat to see who committed the crime at the end of every episode, but it for its time and place you gotta figure it's late nineteen seventies nineteen eighties. And it was the beginning of that form of television. Where a lot of skin a lot of stuff going on three hot chicks three. I liked it. A lot. One of my go-to show. Yeah. Joe Joe was your favor. I didn't I didn't watch that Charlie didn't know wouldn't. All of them were like cool. I didn't have a favor the others. It was Kate Jackson fair Fawcett and Jaclyn Smith Jacqueline Smith kind of. Yes. That's the right to young. Well, fair faucet was the one that really popped to became super famous. But Jesse Smith was I naturally. Yes. Like beautiful. Don't on Cape Jackson, though, either little pixie haircut. He's going down living living. He's back in his bedroom. I've had to sit through. This show for me as a young, man. I am glad that you. Remember it so fun -ly Jacqueline Smith birthday..
"faira faucets." Discussed on Last Podcast on the Left
"But what we'll do. We'll be even more spectacular. So they were like so basically Waco was Michael Jackson and t was fair faucet. Because faira faucet of really was like, I am dying. Want cameras to be there? She she wanted to so better than Michael was just like, by the way, one final headline away from him. Yeah. And that's like Waco really pissed them off because it stole their thunder school is ridiculous. Yeah. Okay. And that's the thing is like when you listen to some of Roh's other recordings at the end of his life. I mean, the man talks like he's taking notes from the Jonestown death tape. Here's an example of one of his recordings, Brad. By Henry, we are rejected by the whole world. I by people people can no longer withstand us and earth. Four tonight leash she rejects all's, how would we leave? Otherwise, we also reject planet. We wait for the day. We can leave life for me. He's intolerate bang intolerant. I can't go on would it help? If they had a pet monkey. You need a Mr. mugs. I listen to that shit. I mean, it could be I mean that whole check could be copy and pasted right in Jim Jones's laugh laugh is intolerable intolerable. We need to shed this lot at the same thing. Because what we learn again less. I'm the suicide of the cult leader, you're killing the brain. Yeah. Which kills the snake? That's what we're doing here. That's what that's what happens that soon as he decides. We're all in the head of the co-leader when he's out you're out. But at least in the Jonestown, obviously, it's horrible. What happened? But at least they weren't living in a nice city with money. You know, it was difficult. Well, I I mean, it's possible that that jury was not dying me. I mean, there's a ton of different possibilities as far as what happened here. I mean, it's possible. I mean, we know that Umbro was definitely can't we know yet cancer. We know add diabetes. He was incontinent. And and some people think that the reason why demaim, bro. Just pulled the cord on everything was because he couldn't stand to see anybody else in charge of it. If the cult moved on after demaim, bro died than somebody else was going to be in charge. And he couldn't stand the thought of anyone else being in charge. Okay. Now all t needed now that they decided to end it was a spark to set the fire, and they got it in a surprisingly innocuous way, they got it when special effects man, Tony do twat named his child. And that is where we'll pick back next time to see how that one small vent led to the deaths of seventy four people and the conclusion that the order of the Solar Temple. All right. There is next week. It's gonna get real fucking violent yeses. The this is when it all comes crashing down. We see this group nerds with their space gods and their swords. I guess make it to the big leagues. What you say turban? Why they're careful who you follow. Don't trust any of these people. You don't need them except for me. Yes. Me except for you Henry. That's that's a good message. Do you really do you want? Do you want the responsibility of having to call now? I don't like paperwork. Other people doing all the leases at all of the all of the build up of the servants and stuff. And I do all the Schoeman's shirt seems like a colossal pain in the ass. All right. Thank you so much for listening. We are excited to see everyone in Indianapolis. And then we'll see when Chicago on Saturday. Yeah. Which will be wonderful go by the time. This comes up we've already done Indianapolis, take again. Thank you again for the fan. Give me one million dollars to the show man on us six six six. Ever to be so lucky we're gonna have such a nice time. And by the way, if you do want to claim six flags on us if you want to give to our patriarch all we need is. A commitment. Minimum commitment of sixty six point six months of at fifteen thousand dollars a month. That's it'd be paid in one lump sum and you'll get in return six legs on us to go to six flags, and we'll pay for the whole trip ourselves how we'll take or give us ten dollars. You can get the show ad free. Yeah. Yes. Dude at five dollars to get bonus content..
"faira faucets." Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"I'd like the smoking jacket. That's just not gonna fit like I I would like the smoking jacket. I would like to really cool. That'd be perfect for you. The frog. And I'm going to human resources, by the way because you came in here waving that thing around and the frog to. Look great living room. What about the acrylic sculpture of a bottle of baby oil? The painting is pretty cool to him standing between two two stone marble busts. It's incredible. Oh, wait a minute. The frog the fr- the phallic frog is the set. That's a set that could fetch one hundred fifty dollars. Okay. Now, you've got my interest. That's a stocking stuffer. There's also a sculpture fair faucets. Torso. Sculpted by faira faucet herself. Get out of here. What's that going for not exactly sure we should send a correspondent out and make sure we can get Dan at least one of these gifts? So Farah faucets. Torso is up for sale. I mean, a sculptural. Wow. What do you guys think it will cost the portrait of the of of Hugh posing with stone lions like I do think I want some of these things I certainly don't want any baby oil from Hugh Hefner south. This is I mean, it's a sculpture it's the skull nothing nothing related to baby oil, nothing nothing. Doc. No, thank you, the Boris Karloff. Autograph to magical, that's weird. Right. Well, it seems like he wants the frog set. I mean. Then Gundy in with us and the Reuben foster stuff, I wonder what you make of that. As you see as we turned serious here. And you see Reuben foster for many of you the name is associated maybe with being a football player, but more with oh this dude, that's always in trouble with the domestic dispute until his name is synonymous with this. And the last incident the forty Niners simply said enough your talent, we don't want it anymore. It's a lot. But we don't want it. And then of all the teams making claims only Washington got in there making a claim with a body that had just been dumped in the street with a domestic abuse charge. You saw that happen. Your thoughts were what? Well, look, I think that. In pro sports. We can't expect the teams to be the I don't even think it's preferable that the teams be once handing out disciplined for stuff off the court. I mean, first of all the teams don't we don't have our own investigators in and you don't really know what happened. I think you leave it up to the to the legal system and you concern yourself with the team in terms of his play in his behavior within your organization now if something's proven that's a whole different thing. But to just say that no one should pick this guy up because there's another accusation against him to me doesn't make sense. Oh, so you're going the other way on that one. You're saying that all of the team that Washington should have. No shame in having picked up Reuben foster. Even though no one else in the league. This guy is talented enough to make any roster stand. You're saying, Dan he'd been arrested three times in two thousand eighteen. Oh, look, and this is not. Stan STAN daughter and stand his is sophisticated on on matters conversationally about domestic abuse. So what stand is doing here is he's talking about the teams legislating morality, right? That's the distinction. You look to me if this guy has, you know, if it's been domestic abuse, then he should be punished, and that's the function of our legal system. I just the problem. I have with the team's doing it is the teams aren't set up to investigate things like that. And unless he's come to them and said that he did it and just admitted it so that there's no doubt about it. I don't know what the teams are supposed to do. That's not their function. If this guy isn't been convicted of anything nothing has been proven. Why shouldn't a team pick him up? And why shouldn't he be allowed to work? But STAN you have a team which employed him that was very close to him. He was in their locker room..
"faira faucets." Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show
"He's done it all so for me. I just walked with it. Then when it got into the stunt business. You had led to be able to. I would tell you the stunt you wanted to do. And then he'd give you a machine to do it on. But he couldn't do the trick. So, you know, I spend time sometimes figuring out how to make that vehicle do that trick or survive it or do over noble again. So I just loved that part of it. And then honestly, don't your poster on the wall. Everybody wants that faira faucet girl with the land bridge easy. You know, so you had to find a way to get back and have that car. So at turned into me wanting to build my own toys, so I could have my couldn't go spend a million dollars car. I build a million dollar call. Well, you know, and, you know, talking about toy makers now, I mean, you know, which kind of segue into that. I mean, you know, I got a question here. I mean, you guys builds they're all over the place. I mean, how does how do these things come up? I mean, you have an idea. How do these ideas get put together because you've got everything from drift trikes dragsters to, you know, I don't know. There's a million things in between we? Yeah. But how do these ideas? I mean, how do these ideas get hatched? Everybody. I know all doing I got us builders. I trans- what they all fall equipped match. I can tell you who paints. What the she by looking at the job. So same thing with when you come to my world these guys deal with dodgers. He's got it would be. So these guys that guy every year, I built something figure out like right now, we're big trouble to season. Finale cars this year are so crazy. I there's no way I can tough it. There's no way. Rome. Okay. So t. And it was we make. I'm not prejudiced. I don't care if it's a shopping. I don't care if it's a gold card photo cycle. Doors slam. Toys. So so me to be way outside the blacks. After years I have to do next year..
"faira faucets." Discussed on Latinos Who Lunch
"Just want to be his friend and hang out with him all day. And. In retrospect, I'm like, oh, I see. But I remember I used to love that. You know, what it's so funny. I was just thinking about the other day. There's this movie called man of the house, that's really problematic. It's chevy. Chase is done than Taylor. Thomas is like stepdad or like his so, okay. So Johnny tow. Thomas lives like in Seattle or something with his mom who's played by Farah Fawcett, who's a fucking babe even even in her older days and his mother is a found object sculptor. So she just like walks around all day on the beach and finds objects, and then makes these like big like like assemblage like collages on the walls and stuff. And that was the first time like I was exposed to artists like that. So like really affected me. I liked the movie to watch those scenes like to see the mom, even though it was just like driftwood and shells and trash and shit. Like that got my wheels turning the other part of the movie Beetlejuice. The other the other part of the movie is faira faucets. Love interest is Chevy Chase. And he's like trying to win over the love of Jonathan Taylor Thomas character, and he wants to be done within Taylor. Thomas wants to be an Indian guide. Like citgo to to be part of this boy scouts troop. And it's like Indian like native American themes, so like Chevy Chase becomes like a counselor and just that he's and just to like go camping with him and then hilarity ensues in the woods. And they say a lot of fucked up things and trivialized. But I remember one part of the movie where they they're practicing all these white people are practicing, a rain dance to make it rain. And it's like, everybody dance. Do the rate. And it starts to rain. It's so stupid. It's so bad. But that was I wasn't getting feelings like that. But I just remember being I remember having dreams about being like in that movie. That's so fucking weird. But. I don't know there's different movies that have characters that you're like, oh my God. Like Brendon Frazier, and like Georgia the jungle you're like interesting, I really loved this movie or like there's that scene. I remember that scene in dude. Where's my car? Do you? Remember that scene where Ashton Kutcher makes that with the other guy. Just call that was like holy shit. So, you know, things like that just Just little little things. things. Yeah. I have a question. Did you say your movie have one? Okay. Didn't you say did I didn't? So you said you're leaving. When you first got a glimpse of something. It wasn't a movie, but it was like music like there was this singer Beto Cuevas from LA, and they had a sung-chol plus one plus six or some shit like that. And it was about a party where everybody's doing anything with everybody. And I remember hearing the lyrics and just be like, oh, I want to go to that party. In film. No, I don't remember. I mean, I think it was that stupid movie threesome that I was like, Ooh, I want to go to college. Biddle that said like not actually a movie, but I wanted to ask you because now you're so busy, right? You have your full time job. You don't have to talk about your full time job. You also trying to right what kind of responsibility. Now, you feel that you getting more attention with the podcasts of always watching stuff because that's kind of it's in a way. I feel like I mean, you can tell me, but the you feel like it's a job now as opposed to just like you having fun watching stuff. Sometimes it's it's I wish I could just like I'm still into area. Still wanna watch this gay representation. I wanna watch these things I still want to but having to lake actively seek out variety of things because I don't want to do the same thing every time. I don't want it to be white characters every time or whatever it is. That's where I kind of have trouble sometimes on. And that's when it starts to feel like a job because I'm just like, I'm not particularly interested in watching this thing right now. I'm eventually going to watch it. Yeah. But i'm..
"faira faucets." Discussed on This Unmillennial Life
"If you have been listening to the podcast for any length of time, or you're a member of the vis a millennial live Facebook group, you've probably picked up on I like things with twists and turns and a little bit of scandal and cover up an intrigue by specifically like that about this program. But when I really like is the timing very few programs are set in the early eighties and based on my age. I remember the early eighties. I remember Ronald Reagan being president. I remember the Soviet Union. And it's ironic to me because I do feel like as a young adult. There was a real low in what we heard about Russia after the Soviet Union broke up and now in current day politics, obviously, we hear about Russia a tremendous amount. So. Having a show that is in some ways very timely in that it has this Russian connection. But also very historic in that it goes back to a period of our lives that let's be honest millennials. Don't remember it's really nice to see that. And to see some of the cultural references, I enjoy things honestly as small as some of the clothing that's warned the cars that are driven just things that you really don't see that much of on film or on TV these days. My one criticism is so minor. But I've got to say it, the main female lead is played by Keri Russell. And she does a great job. This is not a criticism of her. The criticism is one that I may be wrong about, but I'm just going to say because I pay attention to hair her hair in this program is not an eighties hairstyle. And I don't know who made that decision. It's one I can totally live with her next door neighbor the FBI agents why she has totally an eighties hairdo. It's the feathered faira faucet. Type look which I don't know maybe a little bit more. Late seventies than it is early eighties. Maybe she was lagging a little bit behind in her hair fashion sense that Keri Russell in this program has this beautiful long flowing Brown hair that she wears every day. And again, she looks beautiful. I love her as an actress in this program. She's so convincing as this passionate Soviet KGB spy, but her hair is not an eighties hairstyle. And with that you have reached the end of this episode of this unbelievable life. Thank you so much for tuning in for downloading infra shearing this podcast with a friend the this. I'm lineal live podcast Facebook group grows every week. And so many times when people joined they tell me that they heard about it from a friend, and I'm appreciative of each and every one of.
"faira faucets." Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen
"Yes. By children through our boss. If you get bitten by venomous snake, you should immediately suck out the venom with your mouth to revolt. It's false mouth on it. We'll deliver extra bacteria and you can potentially get venom into your mouth kind of makes sense. Meg, if your phone accidentally drops in a lake, what's the most common way to save it? Put it in some rights? Yes. One, but I didn't out together. Wilderness, then I just kinda went back and made it sound like a contest. We were like the camp counselors together. Going back and forth camp counselor. I'm the CIT for. You're making me feel old second, you show the dues uses. Incr- uses its incredible costumes to transport you back to the seventies, but when it comes to the fashion of the time, which transmitter feel light and breezy like a peasant blouse and which Makerfield dirtier than a nineteen seventies porn. Stash ears wedding signed for fashion deuces a look back at some vintage fashion trends. If you think they should never make a comeback say deuces. Okay. What about bull bushes down there? Yes, we like them. You know what? I love a good. What about faira faucet like hair. Oh, okay. What about hot. Yes. Okay. What about music. What about headscarves do? What about tie. Oh. What about dying? High boots. Very much. Is one of the worst buzzed about artists in the industry. Everything Lena says seems to cause a star, but let's see if we can keep storing just a little more. Here's what Lena Dunham you and I did play plead the fifth once on a stage. Parity charity event, and I got you to say what that I would move to Canada if Donald Trump was elected and what happened as a result, I didn't have to Canada that it's all I hear about day and I apologize, but here's what you asked for it. You got it. Lena Dunham the tightest gun for you to plead. Legal. To only one they won celebrity in Hollywood, who you think is the biggest misogynist. This is such a roughing because there's so many. This award to? I'm trying to think honestly, if someone who said selling hideous about my body so I can just direct. Since. Okay. This isn't a person who has a ton of power, the small amount. He has a used for ill and that's Daniel Tosh. He said a really unkind thing about my breasts, but he said context, context in which I felt like he was shutting down a lot of women for having bodies heating considered to be normative. It's sort of like he's dumb one to mention because he can't do anything, but he's just some herb like. I don't actually even know who comedy central. It's better this way. Okay. Lena. When girls went into its third season, Christopher Abbott was not brought back to the show, and there were rumors that was because you had differences with him. He made an appearance season. Five. Can you set the record straight? What happened between the two of you? We're friends again now, and I joke about time. I would say our difference was that. I was amazing at my job and he couldn't handle that. Okay. I mean, he just played like, I don't know what to say like, he just didn't want to do it anymore. Can weed out. And by the way like his progress, like he had plenty of great reasons. But I do remember he said Nope. Being stumped on a sitcom, and I didn't let that to artists and I, and we've come to a great place. We have a special question from your Powell and former girls co star, Andrew, rannells look right here. Lina who has been your least favorite of Taylor SWIFT's boyfriends. I will point out of course that you are seated next to sister of one of Taylor SWIFT's former boyfriends. So choose your gentlemen, careful. My least favorite of Taylor's boyfriends. And I wanna do right by on this question and I'm also because I haven't keyed pled the fifth on any of. And I think that makes some kind of champion. My least favorite was have Harris because I felt that he was petty in the public Poon needs to do that. Shoot..