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"gary burbank" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

08:17 min | 1 year ago

"gary burbank" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Willie. We'd be remiss if we didn't ask you for your thoughts about what happened 20 years ago this Saturday. Was sitting resting comfortably about 8 35 8 45 8 46. And of course, I'm monitoring all events simultaneously, and I saw a plane fly into the World Trade Center just a couple minutes after it happened, and I called the Jim Scott show and on the board was Mo Egger. Moe was producing the show, and I said No, there was a plane that just flew into the World Trade Center. I said. It's probably one of those smaller planes that happen the 19 thirties and he said, Oh, we'll keep an eye on that. And then when the other plane flew in, we knew the world had changed. All hell broke loose. America went to war and really Afghanistan, which was just more or less concluded in a terrible way. As a result of what happened on 9 11. Oh one. What happened in Iraq? 9 11? Oh, one the war on terror. 9 11. Oh, one. It's all relatable to that terrible incident in which about twice as many Americans died on that day is dying and Pearl Harbor and now about three times something in a range of 20,000 Americans. Have died of related cancer incidents after that transpired, and it is the scar that began the 21st century. So will this is 2000 and one? What? What hour of the day were you on? It's time I at that point I was on you know one I would have been on 12 to 3, and we did not do regular programming for a long time. I think, As I recall, we went to ABC long form for a day or two because there was little or nothing we could say. I would add to anything and it was strictly it was strictly case of, you know, Long form ABC broadcasting that that was it. So when it did come back to your show, and not ABC, what would do you recall what Some of the conversations were some of the topics and what were the American people wanting to talk about as it related to 9 11? At that time, there was a little bit of a little bit of anger, but the resolve to attack To do something was great, and because it was assumed it was Osama bin Laden, although not certain, everyone assumed it was them that there was a sense of go get him and I think Bush 43 launched those attacks. In the mid October or November and within six or seven months. That whole thing was over. As far as getting Osama bin Laden Al Qaeda they didn't exist anymore. And then the Afghan national Front. We funded the ability of Afghans and then they marched in Kabul. I would say five or six months later, and, uh, you know the war. Basically, we owned Afghanistan. We broke it, and now we see the results of that that they had policy. The good policy was to go after Al Qaeda bad policy that everyone supported from Rocky Boy Mint Eddie fingers to Gary Burbank to Jim Scott's. Everybody at the time to support for the war was in the 80 percentile. It was quite rare to be against it, so it's easy to take Medical pot shots at Bush 43 for all the failures, but the temper of the times was, go get them and make them pay. And them would have to be defined later on because them wasn't exactly when the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor we they had zeros on the planes that attacked here. Uniforms in a military correct Us. I mean, who's them? Let's go get him with them. Well, it's Al Qaeda and then by march of 03, it morphed into, uh, Saddam Hussein. And that was another political disaster. But the support for the war at that time Eddie. I would think it was 80 90% it. Let's go get him And I can recall when the bombs flew over over Baghdad with Baghdad, Bob from CNN that I owned Willie Sports Bar at that time, all the T V sets and all the restaurants and bars had nothing to do with sports had everything to do with putting on CNN or Fox News, mainly CNN did the job. And sports bars. It was 80% 90% share. People wanted to win that war and in Iraq, Afghanistan morphed into Iraq. And then after Iraq here we are 18 years later from March and went on March 19th of 23. Now we see that the bokko the disaster of trying to take over countries. I can recall Eddie that I had on Bush 43. And he said, Well, I said, How do you know when you win Mr President Bush that that in 15 or 20 years if the flag of democracy is flying over Baghdad, and if we have shown to the Middle East, there's a better way than what they're doing it, it would have been a great success. And so I would say Here we are 18 years later, and the flag of freedom is not flying over Baghdad correct, in fact, controlled directly or indirectly by other terrorists and the same thing in Afghanistan, Afghanistan might feel worse thing than Iraq ever was because Isis and the northwest corner of Iraq and it took over parts of Syria and Trumpster went in there and just blasted them back to smother rains. And now there's a llama extremists. In fact, Sulamani was the guy in southern Iraq from Iran. That Bush. I'm sorry. Trump lit up about a year and a half ago, and the Sulamani types are running right now. Iran is overtaken Iraq, and there's no one going to go back into Iraq at this point for any reason. And so it's like going back into Vietnam. For God's sakes. It will never happen. You think of America, guys? What if America had the right political leadership in the 19 sixties? And with Bush 43, then with Obama won If America did not invade Vietnam, Iraq or Afghanistan. What with the status of our country be then? I mean, I'd say it would be so much better, but at the time at the time we had to attack at the time it push it. We're not going to We're not going to do. We're not going to do it. I think he might have been impeached. And, uh, Dick would have become the president. So that is my question is I mean, God forbid something like this happens again. We wake up tomorrow and the North Koreans have sent, you know bombs over here the next day. The whole country Despite all the evidence of the Vietnam War and the Iraq war in Afghanistan works of saying We don't want to get involved in that. At the time, everyone, let's go, Daddy, we got it. We got to get it on. Sign him up. In fact, history books have indicated that except for Pearl Harbor, people lined up from the NFL people lined up to fight the terrorists. From that point on, it was like Pat Pat Tillman. Yeah, he said. We're going and it was a great honor and At times quickly changed as the war dragged on. As more things got blown up. I can recall the statue of Saddam Hussein being pulled down and downtown Baghdad and beaten by shoes. And within three months we were an unmitigated disaster, and we've been in that We were in that disaster for about 12 years and disaster in Afghanistan ended recently in the worst way possible that's going to incentivize more terrorists to attack the United States. And I read articles and reason magazine elsewhere that the Communist Red Chinese now think If we take Taiwan 100 miles off our shore, No one's going to come to their assistance. The North Koreans might be thinking. You know what if we do something in South Korea, I think we're okay with this guys. And what about Putin with Lithuania and Latvia and Estonia? What if he's saying Obviously America is not going to defend somebody else now is the time to act and that's the danger of the way we exited Vietnam. And that's the way to exit Afghanistan. So let me ask you because the Taiwan thing I scratched my head over that. Why does China want Taiwan so bad? Is it just expand the empire? I know that it's it's Chinese by by their thought. But is that we're going to war over? 1949 try Kite check who was a revolutionary. Also, Chinese lost the war with mouse a tongue because he was being assisted by the By the Russian Chinese..

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"gary burbank" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

03:33 min | 1 year ago

"gary burbank" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"It better than 335 homers had more than 100 runs batted in something like that, and that's back. When I was hosting the rights pregame show during the course of the season, he would come up to me after these big games and go Pope T shirt That was like our running joke during all T shirt pope teaching, So I've got this great photo of him holding up this Pope T shirt in front of the dugout at Great American Ballpark. That's like one of my, you know, favorite pictures that I have in 1999 lock October. When Carl Linder junior, the old man, If I may use that term comes out of Lincoln Airport with Ken Griffey Jr one cannot underestimate the excitement of getting Willie Mays at the age of 29. And he had one or two good years and spent the rest of time hurt. He just couldn't play. But he never really showed here. What he showed in Seattle who was the player of the decade? Yes, it's a shame. It's a shame because I'm thinking that team with Ken Griffey Jr next 234 with Larkin and his prime And you know, Adam done should have done so much more. So it's like what could have happened. What should have happened and what didn't happen. But can he would have set the all time home run record clean hitting in Great American ballpark? I mean, he's still you know, top 10 all time. But had he stayed healthy and put up the kind of numbers that he put up for a decade in Seattle, we would boast of having the player who legitimately broke Hank Aaron's record to become baseball's Alzheimer's Really with Barry Bonds that's not legitimate. Well, probably 400 of them or That's it before he juiced segment. Give us some sports and we'll go back to Dan Horde will hear the student reporters are proud service of a local temp star heating and air conditioning dealers. 10 star quality You can feel in Cincinnati, Call Stacy Heating and Air Solutions at 513367. H e A T starts sports bag. Please continue. I thought you're going to said you were going to continue with Dan. I like to get some facts. Not okay, because we don't have too many facts. This is one of those days in sports where, like nothing going on other than the All Star game That is correct Willy in the All Star and L carriers, All Star game coverage presented by Skyline chili and nor Com. Technology solution starts tonight. The action at seven right here on 700 WLW, Speaking of home runs. It was on the state Willy in 1934. Babe Ruth hit the home run is a good number right here. 7 707 100, a two run shot against the Tigers. How about this? And a little less than one year This station will celebrate its 1/100 birthday March 22nd 1922 it all began. So we're coming up on 100 years and I'm putting now Mike McConnell on the Mount Rushmore the last 50 years. I think you ought to do 50 years and then 50 years before that, who goes on 50 years before 50 years. The old time. Mount Rushmore. Wow, I don't know 1922 to 1972. You're on there. I'm going from 72 to now. So that's obvious Me. McConnell and I put Gary Burbank and Trumpy and Well, you know, I'm saying Mike McConnell and Jim Scott, Me and Gary Burbank and Trumpy. His main gig was NBC. His main gig was The Olympics. Put 1/5 head up there. Let's take it a five headed rush. Make Trumpy there. Okay, well saying is that legitimate five heads sounds good.

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"gary burbank" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

07:42 min | 1 year ago

"gary burbank" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"You get to decide how about a wedge game where you is that the bet that day among the profits will Merrick, Eric give up more better running a half or less than or want to happen is relief appearance tonight. The possibilities are endless. To engage fans in a sport specifically baseball that needs much engagement. It would be perfect. There's no downside again if you want to do it. You have at it. If you don't totally understand, it's up to you. Bernie whispered in my ear that FCC and by the way I was there Saturday night. As you know, I sat next to Jeff burning and cheered a little bit. I couldn't tell which team was FCC Cincinnati. Whatever you tell me, which team they were in Colorado, there was an offsides. There was a penalty. They kept flopping all the time. But but nonetheless, it was a great experience. I was told that FC once won the Reds want one, but the Bangles don't want it. Goes. Mike Brown doesn't like gambling, no matter what. But they but the Castellani crowd they do want a brick and mortar. Now the problem is in the bill. The entire Hamilton County receives a total of two And we have three sports teams. And so it would make sense. Then to put the brick and mortar between G A. B P and Paul Brown Stadium, let the fans decide what to do and give the other one to FCC. But on the other hand The Ohio State's The Xavier's The U. C is the Dayton's They want pieces of the action because if you're going to bet on the Dayton Flyers are the NK you horsemen. Are you going to bet on Xavier of the North? You're going to bet on Xavier. You see. Is it right then? That the institution that you're betting on Gets a cut of the action and Xavier and you see, and Ohio State football. They want a cut of the action. But the NC double a now has rules. Uh, prohibiting certain things. Those got to be changed. Does it make sense to you to have the institution you're betting on to get a cut of the action? Willie what you said in the last 90 seconds has caused my eyes to roll back in my head and then glaze over. You're making this and those in power, making his way too complicated. If we were the first area, trying to figure out how to crack this nut to show the rest of the world would be one thing. There are plenty of examples of how they just working every other place. And yet we are in the classic Mark Twain. It'll be 2030 years later, before we finally figure it out, and another point on this. I'm impressed with a rapid Pace of this interview, because usually we've been bogged down at this point into a Mount Rushmore. So kudos to you. I'm going to ask you that question at the end, But before we get to that point, they the house and the Senate in Columbus, much like in Frankfurt are controlled by small city men and women. Would you like any of this stuff? They don't like alcohol. They don't like drugs. They don't like marijuana. They don't like sportsmen. Really? They they like black and white TV. They correct they they like Saturday Morning cartoons of the fifties and Gomer Pyle and looking violent. It's 2021, for goodness sakes. According to Mike DeWine, I've been to his house and Cedarville. I've never heard of this. He has a Magnavox TV. That's about three inches off the floor. And I said, Mike, I've never I've heard of them. I think I've heard a zenith. I've never heard of Magnavox. Have you ever seen a Magnavox TV? Mm hmm. And I'm saying Mike, he doesn't have cable. He doesn't have satellite He has, like Channel seven out of date is like and so you have. The Ohio Senate that says Drop on the desk of bill sites is 20,000 page Bill. Bill's going through it. Bill sites going through, it said. That ain't going to work. That ain't going to work. Then you call the governor's office and say, Governor's office. What will Mike except we got checked with the governor comes back. We don't want that. We don't want this. We don't want that and then goes back to the Senate. They're saying we've got to have this got to have that. Then it goes to the house now says We're not going to get that We're not going to get this. Then it goes to Mike DeWine. We're not going to do that. We're not going to do this. We're not going to do this at the end of the day. I'm thinking Don't reinvent the wheel. You're like a gambler of great note. Isn't this already happening all over the world just duplicate what's happening on Fanduel? It absolutely is and what this lacks his leadership envisioned. It's it's as simple as that. Either you want to do it. You want to get on the fast track of where the world is going Well, there's a lot of power and capabilities in a phone that people hold in their hand these days, and it's just that type of thinking you've detailed is why we are where we are right now, and that's spinning wheels in a slog a concrete or, uh, just it's It drives me nuts. Here's my final question. Yes, it won't be, but go ahead. I took someone off the Mount Rushmore of 700 wlw and I put somebody else on Do you want to hear the Mount Rushmore of our station for the last 50 years, So I got a feeling you're going to tell me either way, so sure. I have not necessarily In order of importance. Jim Scott. Yeah. Gary Burbank. Yeah, me, of course. And then I took off Bob Trumpy and I put on Mike McConnell. Whoa! You what? Well, for the first four years, you were too young to recall the first four years of Bob Trump. He's a tutelage and radio. He wasn't here. He was, Hey, why, and then he came here. Stay at about eight years, And then he left because of NBC. The Olympics. He was the main guy, And then that's what Collinsworth and and Furman took over. And then what about what you're missing is and there's no you position. Media took fight back against Mike McConnell and I'm not To do that? Yes, yes. What you're missing is the the impact in the long standing this many decades later, the lasting impact of Bob Trump is the godfather of sports talk, setting up a genre a way a show that has sustained I haven't crashed and burned it yet in the small role I played in it, But it is still an avenue for fan outlet that if not for Trump, who knows the way, shape and form it might look like this many years. Who knows it to be. David still exists. Then you've got to take somebody else off. Rushmore. It can't be million. Mike McConnell off you and you're taking Mike McConnell off Mount Rushmore. I'm taking you off, because if you create the Mount Rushmore, you're not allowed to add yourself to the Mount Rush. Mark Tr funded partially Mount Rushmore. That's how Teddy got on Mount Rushmore. Because it's my Mount Rushmore. Dammit! I'm on Mount Rushmore. Now. Lastly, I have a question for you. Let me finish my last question. Yeah, I had him in the last I have the Mount Rushmore of pro wrestling. Oh, good Lord. All right. These are the four not necessary an order and I can defend each one. Yep. Hulk Hogan? Yep. Rick flare. Having watched him the last few nights on 30 by 30 and Ric Flair ought to be number one. Almost, but I got Hogan Flare Stone cold Steve Austin. And the rock, Dwayne Johnson. If I walk down Main Street any of those four they would draw a crowd and say there's Ric flair. There's stone cold. There's the Hulk. There is the rock those for Mount Rushmore. Your comments. What about Bo? But we're still not about Andre, the giant. My second Mount Rushmore includes.

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"gary burbank" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

03:29 min | 1 year ago

"gary burbank" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Chicken wings. What were two cents each. And now I'm told by Jim Mooring that a chicken wing can be as much as 80 cents. It used to be something that true away. That was terribly important. You have a 30% increase and your products I talk, Tomo. Britney Ruby about a week ago and her cost on meats going up 30% almost each week for the last three weeks to have rising costs. You have customers who demands certain things don't want to pay more money. You have a cash industry in which many times The profits are walking out the door you have you have hundreds of hamburgers going south, which is put into a pal put so to speak in the garbage, and it makes it into the trunk of somebody's car because they want to take all of it. You have individuals coming in who customers. Five detent pretend percent of the customers are pains in the ass. And this is always complaining about their food. And about every day you wrote a greasy elefant hoping you didn't fall off and it was difficult, difficult, difficult. Operator restaurant, but because it cheers and these other TV shows, everyone thinks well, All you got to do is open up a restaurant. Be friendly. No, that's not. That's not the case. You fight with employees having affair with each other. And then somebody has some difficulty. Then you gotta make a decision. When you let go. You have servers getting pregnant. You have other individuals. I mean, if you're 45 years old, and you're working Dish room. You probably have done things in your life that made that possible. And so and so you're writing a greasy elephant hoping to stay on top. It's like owning a boat ready to good days. The day you buy it, and the day you sell it In the meantime, Guess which one's better don't want to be an man? Absolutely, baby. Got out alive. I got out alive and then something like this happens to a restaurant. This is like death. Unless you're a drive through and the drive throughs they're doing. People are still eating, and they're still drinking. But the drive through and now you try to apply for P P p and you got to do certain things. Strings are attached. Customers are coming in the front door. The costs continue to be about the same. Now you got real problems, and you personally guaranteed the least. Which means the landlord's coming after you. The collection lawyers might come after you if you guaranteed the lease, And so this is before you serve your first chicken wing. All of these other issues three of the service don't show up. You got a five server ship. Three. Don't show up to service. What do you do? You got two bartenders on the Friday night. One doesn't show up. Or maybe both, Um, don't show up. You get the call Willie. We don't have any employees. I'm all right. What happened? What? To have two bartenders, cousin. Neither one showed up. What are we gonna do? And at that later held us links and cocktails right there and believe me, Believe me, I didn't Gary Burbank would say the same thing. The two best days the day you open and the day you close or sell in my case I sold And a couple number still doing quite well one in Western Hills and wanted hidden Valley and all I can say is go get him. Fight it When it does you, you buy yourself a job and you hope the hell That's some chicken wing place doesn't open across the street. All right, buddy. With that we will let you go, Willie. Thanks so much. You're the best and thank you, rockers. Thanks. Really. There's Willie. It's good. It's great to hear he's not bitter about the experience with owning a restaurant Ready. Get back in way. Check in with traffic.

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"gary burbank" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

06:11 min | 1 year ago

"gary burbank" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Charged news cycle. Um Happy Valentine's Day. By the way, some things are more important. In politics, but not my house. Um, my wife was nice enough to let me work all day. And I'm sitting here telling her honey, we'll have time to do stuff around the house, etcetera. And then everything derailed yesterday during the impeachment. Excuse me, the Barnum and Bailey brought to you by Barnum and Bailey Impeachment that went sideways and I literally told her yesterday said Well, with the way this one I'm toast tomorrow. I'm gonna be working all day. But We have a big show coming up, so I'm gonna Give you some appetizers in this first little little segment, and then we'll get to the meat of it because again, there's just so much going on. Um, but Before we get into the fun and games before we have a few laughs that Democrats. Expense? Um I want to talk to you guys about something that's a little tough for me. Um I do my damndest every single Sunday night to bring you guys my a game. Um, I'm very, very, very lucky to have this opportunity. I grew up listening to the station. Um It's still sort of blows me away that guys I idolized. Um, sat in this chair. Guys like the fur ball. Andy Furman, Eddie Fingers Gary Burbank, the Sunday night here, a less gains. Um, you know, I owe it to you all to be prepared and to be a little provocative and to be organized, etcetera, Um It's been a hard couple of months for me. Um, first and foremost. And I know you guys are all hip to this, but my dad's back incident. He had a spinal infection. Um You know, I'm not gonna lie to you. There was a couple of days there were You know, I thought it was a legitimate possibility he might be Might be signed, Nora. Um, but I thought of the possibility I could lose my old man. Um, he's been extremely lucky, and it's because he takes care of himself. But he hasn't had any major health issues and is generally you know, healthy guy. But Aside from that he's doing just fine now. He recovered, but My wife and I In the last six weeks we've had to put down or 22 dogs. Two sweet, adorable boxers. It somehow made it the 15 and 13, respectively, but we had to let them both go in a matter of six weeks. They're like family, and it's it's never easy. But there's there's this outfit. I wanna talk to you about out in bluish that really made this horrific situation a little less horrible. The group's called Angels pause. And they help us so many things. In our case. We wanted to be home with our boys. When when we had to make that decision to let him go and let him go to dog heaven, But The point I'm making Is there so respectful? They're really understanding They do home euthanasia they provide in home vet care. You know if you just got a dog that's getting up there in years, and he's not wagging his tail is a much as he used to, and he's a little lethargic. Maybe a little pain. Um, And you don't know whether or not you should make that hard decision, though, actually come and have a look at your pub. And give you the information you need to make that you know, Like I said, really difficult decision so If you're in that terrible position that we were in twice in six weeks, consider giving them a call because they really do God's work. And you know, that's just a shameless plug, then so be it. But anyway, moving on the less depressing things like those appetizers, I promised you We have, and obviously we're going to get into all of it. We try to keep it local. We got the P G. Sittenfeld new developments. He's accusing the FBI of basically using underage girls. His props, basically in the investigation into into his, you know, pay for play out. You know allegations in the indictment. I don't know what to make of any of it. I can say this and this is right off the top of my head. Charlie. Rikers is a damn good lawyer. He knows exactly what he's doing, and frankly, like me. He grew up around the job and also He's one of the two most handsome attorneys in the Tri state. Like myself, But I gotta wonder how does this benefit the defense and making allegations like this? He must know something that we don't. It's all kind of confusing, but it does tell me that they're not really seeking a plea. At this point. I gotta be honest with you in this again. This is speculation. But to me, this seems like it's just going to trial. No matter what. Which, in my opinion, this could go down as one of Cincinnati's most historic trials. Speaking of historic trials, Hustler founder and free speech advocate Larry Flynt died this week. I'm gonna be honest with you. I'm a little Tauron on this guy because on one hand I mean, let's just be honest man. The guy was a pornographer. I mean, peddle smut, but I don't judge. I mean, this is America. We all have have rights, but You know, some say, wipe or another say why not porn? But I think ah, lot of the times that free speech is tested. If you ever stop and think about it. It's always somebody a little unsavory. You know, I wanted my idols, Howard Stern. Larry Flynt or whoever and this week's case, you know Donald Trump, but the point is, love him or hate him. He was an advocate for free speech, and he really forced us to think about what is really you know what's actually obscene. And it all happened right here in little old Hamilton County. Um, you know so much death brought gonna hate me for saying this because he prosecuted but rest in peace, Larry Speaking of sex, We have the fake Republican Lincoln project burning down. It's really, really cold out. So if you need to get get some heat you could you know, warm yourself by the flaming glow of once was, what once was the Lincoln Project? Got allegations of sexual assault, and this is again. I would say it's hilarious. But again if there weren't victims here, you know It would be hilarious is how everyone knew about these allegations, but nobody reported on them. They knew about him in June, but just like the vaccine announcement Just like Amazon deciding to help with.

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"gary burbank" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"gary burbank" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"We'd love to hear from you. But now we've got rob and rob you every pull anything over on another employer. Of some nature. Um, I Kind of did when I was working at the at the rebel. I was doing mornings up there in Middletown years ago. Back in the early nineties and I was offered a cash bonus if I could double the ratings on the morning show, and they like Quadrupled. And for some reason, they decided to take me off the air. And I said, What about my cash bonus there like you don't happen to have that and writing. Do you know? Yeah. You serious? Okay. And they said, uh You. We would want you to work Sunday mornings too. And I'm like you're not gonna do it. No. And so I pretty much came into work and 11 and left it three every day. Oh, e mean, listen to Gary Burbank on my way home every afternoon, Ugo. That's cold. What they did to you, Rob. Yeah. Good to see you're not bitter. Yeah, don't sharpen a knife. And there is that what you're doing right now? Everybody, dog. Hey, said they're doing push ups like dinero. Did you ever see Cape fear? Just sail doing push ups and chin up. It's great to get revenge for my revenge. I'll show you. I'm leaving it. Three dead given hot minutes sooner or later, right? Damn you from the UC Health traffic.

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"gary burbank" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

05:51 min | 2 years ago

"gary burbank" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Sports radio voice of Cincinnati in the 20th century because, of course, this is the 21st century, but we haven't forgotten him. Regardless the great Andy Furman. Good evening more. Keep it going. Go. Well, no, I I got nothing else to say. Because you admonished me for being late for a phone call. And you know what? I'm just a couple of minutes late, but that's okay. Well, that's fine. I mean, you know, Andy going on, Eddie, just so you Have some context. In some perspective. Here it is my show. Right. So how can I be late? I used to have a show that I used to be somebody, but that's okay. No, you still are somebody. That's why I have you on. Well, I mean, I'm on 13 60 Plus Sirius XM 83 Fox Sports radio So And by the way, I'll be on this Saturday from 5 P.m. to 8 P.m. and Sunday from 6 A.m. to 9 a.m. so up on the weekends, All right, so there's no football, so they're gonna have you on twice. I don't want twice every now and again, but usually once But now I'm gonna go double duty this week, and this will be on Fox Sports and on Sirius XM. Yes, You know, I love I love I shouldn't say this out like I love my Sirius XM. I do, too, since it's a competitor with I heart media. I shouldn't say that. But I do love my Sirius XM. And I love you. So we're even. I mean, everything is great. I love about seriously. I love listening to Peter Noone of Hermans Hermits O P. M Saturday afternoon sixties on six. It's great. He details the most incredible stories. He's almost a good as you are on my list. The flash felt a lot in the morning. Yeah, The flash Phillips find friends Gary Burbank. Really? Yes. You have to have thought the flash a couple. Have you talked to Gary any time recently? Not really. Recently. I had lunch with him with a group of fellas about a year or so ago, but Coming hibernate sent in Florida a lot. So talk together. All of I love that dude. You know, And And did I ever tell you my Gary Burbank's story? It's something something. Well, I'll just wait for another time. Well, I'd love to hear it because you know, he's one of those guys. Honestly. And I mean this from my heart of hearts. Always upbeat. Never saw him down. Never saw him mad. Always upbeat, positive of funny. Yeah s o. I'm I'm working at the fox in the afternoons. Gerry's in his last year, right before his retirement doing afternoons at 700 wlw. And all sudden I stick my head out of my studio. And you know how this place was laid out, right? So it's kind of like a maze and you can't see around corners of who's coming. You can hear them, but you can't see them. I walk out of my funk studio. Not here. Come on, boy, E. I can't whistle. But he's somebody's whistling and saying, Come on, boy, and I stick my head around the corner and it's Gary, and he's walking by himself. He is carrying his headphones. By the input Jack and dragging. The headpiece is on the ground like he's walking a dog, and he was doing it for his own. His own amusement. It wasn't doing it for anybody else. He was just doing it for him and kind of mind. To me. That's creative Mind. That's Gary. But Burbank, a creative genius nut. I agree with. You know what? Honestly, this city was blessed to have him because he honestly should have been in a larger market nationally. I mean, the guy was so talented. Here. Some of these people that are on coast to coast to joke compared to him. I guess Earl Pitts ended at the end of last year. He's gonna pick up do something else. He said. Yeah, I hope so is long as he's got life in his body and activity in his brain over and above Joe Biden. He should stop. Now We're talking sports, not politics. They stay up. Stay positive. Well, I am staying positive. Good. Right. You know what Talking badly about the current president is not negative, and he's only been in office like away. What do you want from the guy? Come on, give me a break and judges air, already blocking his executive orders. I love it anyway. So let's talk about the playoff games that happened on Sunday. We've had a couple of days removed a little bit of time to reflect, and I kind of think about what occurred and what didn't occur. What did not occur was Aaron Rodgers rising above the Tom Brady goat curse only place about that game and I think that people have rehashed it statistic wiser. What happened? Obviously, you know they were down eight points to be won 23 And it was fourth and goal of the A glob of yard line. The coach of the Pakis says it Mason Crosby for 20. I couldn't believe it. That's that's water under the bridge. I mean, because that will be for gotten within a week by end of the Super Bowl, people forget that what won't be forgotten is the legacy of Aaron Rodgers. And I would say this and I said Prior to the game, that game was bigger for Aaron Rodgers. In the Green Bay Packers. All I mean by that, that this guy is now in the same category is Peyton Manning. This guy is in the same category as guys who have been there but can't get over the hump to get the big 11 Super Bowl in his entire career. And it's a shame. I'm not saying it's all these fools, but that's the way life is. That's the way it's going to be judged, and he's gonna be pretty in the same boat. Let's let Clayton Kershaw and On Peyton Manning. Well, it's a Peyton Manning actually wanted winning two Super Bowls couldn't get over to help because that we should have one more couldn't get over the hump when he sti one too right? And Aaron Rodgers has plenty of time to win another one. It's not he like he's at the end of his career plenty of time. But the point is that He's in that in that bullpen in that Tom Brady, Tom Brady. Is 43 he very well well, he won't but he could have a chance to win 1/7 Super Bowl. In two weeks. He won't by the way, And how about Tampa Bay being the first team in NFL history to play a home Super Bowl? That's incredible..

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"gary burbank" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

06:31 min | 2 years ago

"gary burbank" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"And then we move on to January. The 20th at the end of the day. I know how this thing is gonna play out. But in reality, I don't want to live in some Banana republic. Why have over roads can be stolen and illegals convert with impunity. So thanks for listening will continue. Next up is Eddie in the rock and Bill Cunningham. The Great American Live everyday at your home in the Reds and the Bangles News, radio 700 that were you out of your 700 wlw. Billy Cunningham. And now let's continue. I would note the passing of some great American, some known in some unknown, of course, everyone who has lost someone this year is special to friends and family, and I often referenced the fact that I lost my mother. At the age of 89 about 12 years ago, and there was no there was AH, bitch already written about her in the inquire. Nonetheless, sir, passing was not well noted She was not a notable person except to her family. Everyone who knew Mary Ellen Cunningham love that lady. She worked 20 years of the married Hot Shoppes took care of business race, four great kids and difficult circumstances. But I would note the passing of more notable Cincinnati and police in the public domain. This year, Samwise died. Samwise was a legendary coach, of course of system Bangles Todd Poor tune who I struck up quite a friendship with over the 25 or 30 years he was in politics and We spoke quite often. He was a frequent guest. The honorable Judge Nathaniel Jones passed away this year at the at the age of I'm sorry, 94. It was a federal judge. Civil rights activists and judge Nathaniel Jones has left us this year along with Archbishop Daniel Daniel Pilarczyk, who had died. This sherry served from 1982. 2009. So that's about 27 years is the archbishop and we pray to God that he is welcomed into the kingdom for the things he apologized for and did not do is the archbishop of city Cincinnati. Also, former Reds outfitter Jim Bulger passed away this year. He was the Purcell High School star. He died on April, the ninth of this year. Also passing away this year was surely Bernstein. Legendary one of the co founders and owners have bean be riverboats and we had so many good times, together with Shirley Bernstein and her two boys and her husband. She was a great lady Adele Schiff. She was a philanthropist and co founded the Robert C. And the Del Shift Family Foundation, a great insurance family. And we will miss Surely Adele shift Who did great things in this community. Tony Yates the great You see Bare cot guard. And its success on the court as a player is not matched as a coach, but he was a good man, and he led 1961 1962 bear cats of the national title. Tony H will be messed also William J. Keating, whose granddaughter was just appointed to Sensei City Council, It was a former congressman. Good guy used to come to our seminars. Steve Adams and I had I'm talking about Steve here in a moment, Gary Weights of the weights All Stars, baseball's first full time bullpen catcher and a member of the Big Red machine, Dino May 31st of this year. Had an idea so many years ago to put together the cores, all stars and over the next 10 to 12 years, Anthony Moon Yo's and Cris Collinsworth and Pete Rose and Johnny Bench and Tom Moran played on it to DJ Denny Jansen. Pat Bury myself Gary Burbank. It was a compilation. Of Reds, baseball and football players and media superstars and black Ronnie Jones was the pitcher We seldom lost because we had one hell of a roster, but Gary Waits passed away earlier this year. Ken Riley, the rattler Holds, uh many of the records with the Bangles. He belongs in the Football Hall of Fame. You played cornerback here for approximately 14 years, holding most of the records. Of the Bangles as far as intercept interceptions and things of that character, and he was a great force for the Bangles. Wanda Lewis passed away a Trailblazer in early television. Is captain Wendy with her husband, Al Lewis, and they did live television for almost 40 years, and they did great work. She passed away this year, Clyde Perfect. Founder of the perfect North Slopes and Lawrenceburg, a good friend of Jim Scott. Clyde. Perfect was a politician. Got it. He was a business later. It was a wonderful man. Tom Seaver died. Way too early in his life. He was with the red from 1977 to 1982. And there was a sense of 1977 78 when he was traded here that this was going to be one fabulous run for the Reds, but it didn't materialize that way. And Michael Curren. I still can't believe Michael current from Mueller High School, only 19 years old. And, uh, he led mauler too many great titles and he died in Dayton. The circumstances under which you're still under investigation, But Michael current of Mueller High School, and you, D has passed away. This year, John Roughen wildlife artists and philanthropist remembered as the modern day autobahn. He died in October. He created literally tens of thousands of images generally of birds, and he was well respected. The one Reds baseball player. At the Hall of Famer said. Was the greatest player he ever related on the field from the broadcast booth was Joe Morgan, and he died on October. The 11th of this year. He lived only May I say only about 76 years and Joe Morgan. You played second base for the Reds was the best there ever was at that position, Deputy Sheriff Adam McMillan Who was killed in the line of duty in a car accident. October, the 23rd and the family and I know Jim Neal and everyone down. The sheriff's office was profoundly affected by his passing. And lastly, my friend and a guy a practice law with and I miss him every day. Stephen are Adam's stopped by the man called the Man died, was killed every riding his bicycle. On Eastern Avenue on November the first of this year. We've spoken a day or two earlier about our seminar, which is scheduled to be at the end of last week. We were talking about December December 18th or 17th, and we decided to cancel it because of the difficulties that we had. And getting individuals to come. I said, we'll double up next year that he was a lawyer filled with light.

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"gary burbank" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

04:54 min | 2 years ago

"gary burbank" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Actually Cunningham and now let's continue. I would note the passing of some great American. Some known some unknown, of course, everyone who has lost someone this year. Special to friends and family. And I often referenced the fact that I lost my mother at the age of 89 about 12 years ago, and there was no it was Ah, bitch already written about her in the inquire. But nonetheless, sir, passing was not well know that she was not a notable person except to her family. Everyone who knew Mary Ellen Cunningham love that lady. She worked 20 years into married Hot Shoppes took care of business, raise four great kids and difficult circumstances. But I would note the passing of more notable Cincinnati and police in the public domain. This year, Samwise died. Samwise was a legendary coach, of course of system Bangles, Todd Poor tune. Life struck up quite a friendship with over the 25 or 30 years. He was in politics, and we spoke quite often. He was a frequent guest. The Honorable Judge Nathaniel Jones, passed away this year. At the at the age of, uh I'm sorry, 94. It was a federal judge, Civil rights activists and judge Nathaniel Jones has left us this year. Along with Archbishop Daniel Daniel Pilarczyk, who had died. The sherry served from 1982 to 2009. So that's about 27 years is the archbishop. And we pray to God that he is welcomed into the kingdom for the things he apologized for and did not do is the archbishop of city, Cincinnati. Also, former Reds outfitter Jim Bolger passed away this year. He was a Purcell high school star. He died on April, the ninth of this year. Also passing away this year was surely Bernstein legendary One of the co founders and owners have bean be riverboats. And we had so many good times together was surely Bernstein and her two boys and her husband. She was a great lady Adele Schiff. She was a philanthropist and co founded the Robert C. And Adele Shift Family Foundation, a great insurance family. And we will miss Surely Adele shift who did great things in this community, Tony Yates. The great You see Barakat guard and its success on the court as the player was not matched as a coach, but he was a good man, and he led 1961 in 1962 bear cats of the national title. Tony H will be messed also William J. Keating, whose granddaughter was just appointed to Sensei City Council, It was a former congressman. Good guy used to come to our seminars. Steve Adams and I had I'm not talking about Steve. Here in a moment, Gary Weights of the weights All Stars, baseball's first full time bullpen catcher and a member of the Big Red Machine, Dino May 31st of this year. Had an idea so many years ago to put together the cores, all stars and over the next 10 to 12 years, Anthony Moon Yo's and Cris Collinsworth and Pete Rose and Johnny Bench and Tom Moran played on it to DJ Denny Jansen. Pat Bury myself Gary Burbank. It was a compilation. Of Reds, baseball and football players and media superstars and black Ronnie Jones was the pitcher We seldom lost because we had one hell of a roster, but Gary Waits passed away earlier this year. Ken Riley, the rattler Holds, uh many of the records with the Bangles. He belongs in the Football Hall of Fame. You played cornerback here for approximately 14 years, holding most of the records. Of the Bangles as far as intercept interceptions and things of that character, and he was a great force for the Bangles. Wanda Lewis passed away a Trailblazer in early television. Is captain Wendy with her husband, Al Lewis, and they did live television for almost 40 years, and they did great work. She passed away this year, Clyde Perfect. Founder of the perfect North Slopes and Lawrenceburg, a good friend of Jim Scott. Clyde. Perfect was a politician. Got it. He was a business later. It was a wonderful man. Tom Seaver died. Way too early in his life. He was with the red from 1977 to 1982. And there was a sense of 1977 78 when he was traded here that this was going to be one fabulous run for the Reds, but it didn't materialize that way. And Michael Curren. I still can't believe Michael current from all our high school on Lee 19 years old. And, uh, he led mauler too many great titles and he died in Dayton. The circumstances under which you're still under investigation, But Michael current of Mueller High School, and you, D has passed away. This year, John Roughen wildlife artists and philanthropist remembered as the modern day autobahn. He died in October. He created literally tens of thousands of images generally of birds, and it was well respected. The one Reds baseball player that the Hall of Famer said Was.

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