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"george burns" Discussed on The Patriot 1280 AM
"I'm sorry if you wanted something else, but tough. Look, Let me just say I have fun talking to Squire Russian, L and Louise do art. And, um to me, you know, that's my That's my arbiter, right if I want if I want to talk to me, But just the idea that it's just fun to talk to you guys because you love God and you love to have fun now, Louise, I I knew you before. My new Squire. And before the whole God winks universe was created, and I knew you as a comedian and as an impressionist, and you do people. You're totally wrong to think that people don't remember. You know that the characters you do because they're icons. It's like saying I don't remember Lincoln that was before my time. Well, guess what? It's on the test. You bet you're responsible for Lincoln. Bob Hope, Joan Rivers, whoever it is, you're responsible. And if you don't know who they're, you know, it's like saying I never heard of the three Stooges. Well, you need to. It's gonna be on the test because this 20th century icons, But you do. I'm trying to think who are some of the ones you Ugo. I know you do, Joan Rivers, obviously, but I always did. I did men in my act, too. I think Listen, You're the only woman I know. Who does a convincing Woody Allen. I do. But when George Burns, you know, I have any sugar on the whole right now. You should You try to do too much minds and now on Basie, Alan. So how many people remember Gracie these days? Well, I do racing because if you did, judge that's you know what? You're ready to go Professional. I don't care what they say. You're ready. You're ready to make the leap. You need to think about it. But seriously, George burns looking up next to you. I want to tell you I am. You talk about George Burns. As you know. Frank Gore Shin Did an entire Broadway show One man show as George Burns was brilliant. It was stunned. Did you see it? Oh, yeah, It was brilliant. Yes, I was so amazed. And I was also amazed at our humble frank portion was I went backstage and he was just standing there having a cigarette. And he acts like he's happy to talk to people. I'm thinking you don't understand you're frank portion, but he was, uh He was a humble person, and he did an hour and change as George Burns singing as George Burns. Right. It was it was, I mean, was It was incredible. Now, By the way, your Woody Allen is better than Woody Allen. I've met him several times, and he's not as good at doing Woody Allen is you He's not himself anymore. You know, he's become kind of. Ah, whatever a figure in the news, but you do. But I'm trying to think what one of the other women that you do know I should have been prepared. But Katherine didn't know that I love the sea from on Golden Pond with Jane. I do. Jane Fonda to Jane Fonda. Katherine, wait. No, no, you do. Jane Fonda. I can't imagine you really. Here's your challenge. You've got a great big chip on the show. That's that I'm attractive and it's it is Mother. Mother. I don't know what to do about Dad. I want to be his friend. That was so good album. She's ready to go professional. Write that down. We're gonna get her to somebody. Somebody fuck me. But seriously, though, that That is. Look, I'm a student of this junk. And I'm telling you, you know, to get the nuance so that somebody anybody can do Jack Nicholson or W C fields of their voices that you they're caricatures, you know there, but Jane Fonda To get enough of the nuance so that people know that it's Jane Fonda. That's pretty amazing. How do you? How do you do that? Have you been doing that since you were a little kid? Oh, I You know again, how God uses everything. I believe it or not. It was a very shy kid. And my mother was very strict Italian. She went to see your kids and Children should be seen and not heard. My brother actually became a stutterer and I used to just stand in front. The marriages. Attend. I was someone else and and it wasn't until I could get my friends out of school by calling up is their mothers. This is Bernie Weinstein. Phony can't come to school today. He's got menopause. Then they would They would. I became very popular, so I thought, Well, you know, then I made a career out of it. It was just one of those things. You know how God doesn't think that's funny? Because Dick Cavett who I know, as you know, he would do the same thing. He had a very deep voice. Yes. So he would call up pretending to be some adult and get kids that a It's incredible. I hope that helped the principles not listening right now because you could be in big trouble. Well, look, you guys you need to get on the road more. Because what you do, Nobody could do. Jane Fonda. Can I give you a tip? Nobody could do. Jane Fonda. If I had a TV show, I would bring you on the show. That's how good you are. Okay. By God's Grace, we're gonna get a show. But it's It's just It's just so terrific. And I love the way your marriage is a beautiful marriage. What Susan and I have had the privilege of hanging out with you. And you. Really, uh, you work together, and I just find that interesting that you're always working together. And now you're both writing these God winks books. When did that happen? Well, it really happened. Six books will go, and that was coupled to pray. And when we wrote the book advocating that couples should pray together five minutes a day for 40 days, Just try it. We Daria to try it, we say to people and that was such a wonderful experience writing together..
Hong Kong Arrests Jimmy Lai, Media Mogul, Under National Security Law
"Its influence the communist government in Beijing clamping down on freedom in many forms, including religion, but also politics. Hong Kong pro democracy activist and media tycoon Jimmy Lai now under arrest again, Hong Kong media reports lie is being charged on suspicion of colluding with foreign forces and endangering national security as authorities step up a crackdown on descent. He's the most high profile person. Out of more than two dozen charged under a sweeping law passed in June by Beijing. Responding to the Hong Kong protests that began in June, 2019 over proposed extradition law lie had discussed that law with Vice President Pence and Secretary of State Pompeii last year on a trip to the U. S. He's also endured three other arrests this past year, including taking part in what was termed an unauthorized vigil marking the anniversary of the June 1989 Tiananmen Square protests. George Burns on the reporting.
"george burns" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"For all six of John Caps, World Championship Bulls rings. Each ring will be sold individually with a $5000 minimum bid per ring. And the money that gets taken in goes to the John Caps a state after the auction. That Bill Huggins and Huggins and Scat auction will handle all that. So bidding starts this Friday. It will be interesting to see how it goes, and it's It's great, Sam that this was so nice of you to come on. And give that background. I mean those their stories I didn't know I like I say, Recognize his face didn't know that much about him without the article you had written in these stories. It just lets everybody know a little bit. What? How cool of a guy was actually had amazing, colorful life in this part of You know what happens, right? Obviously, we see the stars and Phil Jackson in Jordan and Scottie Pippen and whatever's going on, Of course, that's what everybody is looking at. But there's a lot of wallpaper around. But, you know, includes May the obviously you know, John, you know cap was, you know was one of the previous prime. It figures support figures. You know, when Jerry Krause Um, got criticized years ago about saying organizations when championships. You know that that was a part of it. Jerry was well meaning about when they say this, You know the players on the court, and that's the most biggest thing that matters, but there's a lot more Goes into it and caps. It was a big part of that family. Many years. In fact, you know, I talked to every died. It was like a 18 months ago, are leading with his last summer before last Um ah. John Paxson. He always sat outside before the Games on. That's what we would always talk. A lot of times would stop it. Manny's deli, you know on Roosevelt, You know, I like the potato pancakes have been a pancake before the game set outside, my greeted all the players have come into it. Locker, and we'd sit out locker room before the games and then, obviously during the game, he was by the bench of jump action last season, had a folding chair. Put outside the locker room with his name on it and his old Kangol cap, you know, and that that share of sleep, you know, after March, we were going to games anymore, but A last season that's holding chair with his cap in his name Cools and little locker room in the United Yeah, that's very cool metal now before we let you go You're still writing a regular article at Chicago Bulls that come correct. Yeah. Yeah, I am. And it's unfortunate for me in the time of the quiet newspapers and media that I've been Evelyn's still write about the Bulls on Bulls website, so Yes, I'm fortunate. I'm very fortunate to be able to still do that, and people will not as much lately, but it has been a lot with the new coach. New executive teams have a little camp so I am always remember John George Burns retired. I mean, turned a hunk it and someone asked, is going to retire now. And he's retired. What my feelings always like doing something and enjoy it. You can keep doing it. You shit might as well keep rolling. Now, unfortunately, do that. One more thing Now was there a boost in sales? I don't even know how this works for the Jordan. Rules book when the last dance aired. Is it still available? Are you still getting something from the sale of that You were in the New York Times best seller list for a while with that is, it's still Yeah. Well, publishers. It's tough times for all medium public public. Simon Schuster was a big publisher. Um, I don't think they realized that they had that profit. And so when the when the documentary came out and April minute, Wass I think that book was out of print, but so if it wasn't selling them, I don't think came out three years ago. Yeah, but the result of that they have me write a new chapter on the stand. And I think that comes out next month. Yeah, I saw, you know, occurring in paperback with a new cover and new chapter Added to it. I saw something on walmart dot com with where they said you could start. You could make reservations now for it and ships November 2nd. So that's great. I thought there might have been something like that going in. But you were the person. Maybe we could sell that with the cat's his race. Yes, well, we'll do a separate action later on with a will say I'm Smith. Thanks for joining us great stories and Good luck with bulls that come in the new print of the Jordan rules. Yeah, I talked to him and you know, good luck with the auction, and that works out Well for you. No caps is family, or is it thanks a time. The case. Now, everybody, it's time for a short break. And then after the break, Jen Dreamin joins us, along with Nancy Huggins for this week's version of which ended higher, so hang in.
"george burns" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Hollywood the George Burns Gracie Allen show now here's your host Wyant. It's almost ashamed to call the Stan Freberg show comedy because it At its greatest level. September twenty ninth nineteen fifty seven stand free bird..
Carl Reiner, actor, comic and 'Dick van Dyke Show' creator, dies at 98
"And legendary comic actor and writer Carl Reiner has died. Reiner was among the writers on Sid Caesar's legendary show of shows in the fifties. Along with Mel Brooks and Woody Allen. He gained famous the creator of the Dick Van Dyke Show, and as the Straight Man to Mel Brooks is 2000 year old man character. He directed the films Oh God, starring George Burns and John Denver. All of me with Steve Martin and Lily Tomlin and the 1970 copy of comedy Where's Papa? He also authored several books, including Enter Laughing, An autobiographical novel and My Anecdotal Life. A memoir. Rocks native Carl Reiner was 98
"george burns" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"You saw and heard clips up from from Star Wars the eighty eight if you remember the old George burns so maybe that are in the older generation of the old George burns god you double movies are the classic you know Jiminy cricket's angel one dab on one shoulder devil on the other it presents itself one of two ways that either evil is just as powerful as good the devil is just as powerful as god for example and then there each vying for equally with an equal amount of power and ability and access to you and eyes affections another way that it that it presents itself is it has a tendency to take the divine and just place it into I'm the circle of life will call it as that that's a song we all know fear group in our area right okay and that by the way the live action version of that this year I thought was fantastic of The Lion King but basically takes the divine and and brings it down to our level or us up to his depending on the way when I look at Mr battle and put this all in this circle of life so that a sensually there's what we would call one ness where this idea that there's not really mutually exclusive truth out there that things that are totally I'm contradictory can both be true and really the only bad thing there is in in in this in this point of view is to believe that there actually is exclusive truth out there now of course it they they does that I believe in this love exclusive truth when it comes to gravity right they're not not standing at the top of the building and you know that the the leftist or telling us well you know I'm not sure Jesus ever lived when the right those columns for salon this time of year or the writing for box this time of year and if you need a date he was really just a social justice warrior Che Guevara in Jewish rabbi first century Palestinian garb right okay I noticed that they're totally fine it with using their quote unquote one has to water down what you believe in the belief they don't like but if you want to tell them you know I thought about it I prayed about it for awhile and I don't really think gravity's really exclusive so I'm an invite you to jump out of this plane while it's in the air oddly enough where is it may be they're suddenly going to define they're not only enamored but in small even by the notion of it rather exclusive truth that doesn't just get stirred up tight in the witch's brew witches brew of that man that they prefer well the reason they get pushed to that point though their hubris in in separating into categories tribalism if you well and that's a very topical world these days of much earlier in the game doesn't allow for Steve talks about approximately so but early in the game is a Christian you do need to get comfortable with paradox and the only way to do that as well as god god and your not doesn't mean stop asking smart questions but I'm talking about who would argue is the oldest book and and the Bible the book of job in there at the end after this very long kindest station that is very much platonic in many respects what does god finally what what days are just to sum it up to quote the great profit the rock shut your hole yeah I know your role all right is the Steven Curtis Chapman song says our god is god you were not so I will entertain your questions for a while but ultimately there has to be an authority don't you do this with your own children like me we may need I entertain our children's challenges to a point but then ultimately there's an authority in the home and they're not you and so this is why I've said to our children from the time that they could communicate with me I let this go on for a while the moment it becomes disrespectful or disability I look at them and say well my your dad who are you my dad yep yeah ultimately that ultimately is the answer and if you will if you understand paradox you can get comfortable there if you don't you you you never well you you need to have to answer everything the more I grow in my face the more mind scrambling questions I have and that's so fantastic thank right are we seeking answers because we want a better idea of the effort of of who they got is in whose image were all made or because we want to replace them dualism wants to replace him that's the difference between our healthy skepticism and postmodernism welcome back our next deadly world view as we continue here today on the Glenn Beck program you're listening to Glen back AM is made for talk make the switch news radio eleven ninety K. E. axe eleven student groups including the Harvard College Democrats signed a petition accusing their school paper of showing cultural insensitivity for contacting ice for a comment after a protest against the agency on campus that's it they just reached out for comment thankfully there is something we can do about the madness and the.
"george burns" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"Affording both as the house begins of public phase of the impeachment inquiry my scores wanted George burns Ali also would tell hold out Cumbric the peers on course for an early general election is part of the country's continued political deadlock over brexit the main opposition Labour Party now says it would agree to the government's request to send voters to the polls in December BBC correspondent rob Watson two of the the most prominent anti brexit pots is that's the Scottish National Party and the Liberal Democrats I think they decide then Alexian was just about the only remaining chance of stopping bracts at the VA simply want the votes in parliament for a second referendum and I'm once they had decided that although the main opposition labor party is very reluctant because it can see the polls Mr Colbert really had no choice measured by labor meant prime minister Boris Johnson look likely to get parliament's backing for his election triggering bill the last minute hitch arose when opposition lawmakers announced they would try to change the legislation to extend the voting franchise to millions of teenagers and European citizens the government said it would abandon the bill if that plan succeeded federal judges walked in Alabama abortion ban that would have made the procedure a felony at any stage of pregnancy in almost all cases US district judge Myron Thompson issued a preliminary injunction blocking Alabama from enforcing the law on wallstreet stocks are lower but Asian lower today the Dow was off twenty points the nasdaq down forty nine warming stories at town hall dot com Sebastian go okay here maybe you've been hearing about really factor the one hundred percent drug free supplement that helps a person's body deal with inflammation and pain you've.
"george burns" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Whose decision follows a pro life victory last week when the U. S. ninth circuit court of appeals sided with the trump administration to conditionally allow the new HHS rules which bar taxpayer funded clinics from referring patients for abortions Planned Parenthood and main family planning are dropping out rather than abide by the regulations enforcement will start September eighteenth litigations are still pending as correspondent George burns Ali two democratic congresswoman are speaking out publicly for the first time since being banned from visiting the west bank Minnesota congresswoman Ileto mark calling the decision by Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu nothing less than an attempt by and I'll light of the United States to suppress our ability to do our jobs as elected officials Michigan's receipt of the leaves as the travel ban it won't stop her from publicizing the plight of her grandmother other Palestinians living on the west bank when we can finally see them as deserving of human dignity everyone who lives there will be able to live in peace with support from president trump Netanyahu band the visit citing the Congress women support for an effort to boycott Israel capital correspond Wally eyes president trump wants the federal reserve to cut interest rates by at least a full percentage point the president continues to keep up his pressure on the nation's central bank and fed chairman Jerome Powell he tweets that the U. S. economy is strong despite the horrendous lack of vision by Powell and the fed the president says cutting interest rates a full point over a fairly short period of time would make the economy even better and but also greatly and quickly enhance the global economy Greg Clarkston Washington stocks gained ground with their day in a row Monday the Dow rose to forty nine the S. and P. gain thirty five the nasdaq up one hundred seven or the stories at town hall dot com it is a horrible scenario but it happens Dennis right about his wife she was diagnosed with leukemia in fact he's a two time survivor in in the midst of all that they ran up over a million dollars in medical bills thankfully there manager members and Dennis says they are so thankful for that how others came together to meet their needs and that's how so many minister members feel this is not health insurance is different you don't have to pay for things you don't believe in and like tennis found out it just works so if you join mantis share not only do you save a lot of.
"george burns" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"All right, everybody. Here's what's opening this weekend at the movie theaters that looks really good little that's the one where the gal from black ish east. She's she's yes. Isa raise it. But I don't know the young girls named from blackish who actually came up with the idea for it and got it made in. It's kind of like big Tom Hanks, it's like we've seen this. Several. The devil wears product. Several Danny we've seen it. No. The whole concept of you know, the thirty the one with George Burns and Kirk Cameron wasn't there. One. Are you there? Hello. Chime Denver love him. I love him. He knew the by OPEC. But you know, what for kids and young? I think it helps fun. Yeah. Going the atom ated one that is just the animation in it looked so fun. That's opening this weekend. And of course, the Retha Franklin movie and. Amazing grace, it's playing it up. Yeah. Here's here's a couple of game of thrones by the number, and we're just I'm sorry that we're obsessed. Don't be sorry. The rest of the world is obsessed too. I know people it is here's how many people so he's one of game of thrones on HBO nine point three million watched to eleven point six three fourteen four nineteen five twenty six twenty six seven thirty two point eight million. That was the average audience.
"george burns" Discussed on Mason & Ireland
"New Year's growls nineteen growl Ramona, Shelburne, none of this twenty eight teen growling stuff, it's the new year. It's a new grill. What they said was that hour and a half that we did last week. It was so good. Yeah. Let's run a back. Okay. It's run about just start the new year with with the same kind of thing. But instead of doing it for an hour now, let's do a whole show. Yeah. Okay. Just give that to the people. It's like happy new year. Here you go. I did not hear from the people like that. Maybe you did. Did you hear from light didn't not hear from them? So you took that as a let's double it. And this is sort of a no news got it. Okay. Right. Greg. Yeah. Pretty much. I think most people are happy that Ramona's here. Ended right there. I mean, it's it's one of those things where if you don't make your opinion known just fill it in for you. Those guys. This is wonderful. So yeah, no Brian Kaminsky Ramona Shelburne here for John and Steve who are returning win. When are they coming back? Are they going to be working twenty nineteen John? We'll be back tomorrow. We're gonna be at the facility facility tomorrow. And we're going to have Kyle coups, MMA and javale McGee. Join us with John and Trudell Mason will be back from El Salvador on Monday, the Salvador. You're funny though, like last week and said that Mason Ireland are on the way out the door. It's possible. Yeah. And then today, you're like everybody wants Ramona, and Brian and they ever gonna look at him advocating for like are you trying to get John? We'll try to keep it. Allies yourself who else is gonna do it. Lori has gone to Brian Ted being used so much younger crack with even cracked the top ten in the here. More than anybody. Just the other eleven people that are ahead of me aren't available. Will you also saying that Mason has control over who comes in here? It's true it so the more you keep doing this. I might have to start going with your. Did you see your Greg? Do the little soft humble kind of power. Yeah. And Vandross? there's no not that. It's the part where oh, you think Mason chooses? What's going on Mason? The Steelers are having this conversation with Ben Rothlisberger Antonio Brown. And basically what you just said is your Ben Rothlisberger? You're staying you're calling the shots around here. And if somebody else needs to be out the door, then so be it. So you can't call yourself though. I ain't Tonio Brown. You're more like dairy Hayward bay. I'm not Levy on bell. Because I show for you. Brian good for you. Thanks ramon. You know, what if you're right if you don't advocate for yourself? You're never gonna get anything. Nobody said no more of that. Like, we left. So I'm just assuming people like Lakers tonight taking on the Oklahoma City thunder in a game that was going to be interesting regardless and then the summertime rolled around. It's always interesting when the thunder and town, you know, and but then the summertime rolled around and Paul George didn't even take a meeting with Magic Johnson. And now he's coming tonight. And he's going to get the crap out of him. Yeah. Like, I it's going to be uncomfortable. I'm actually curious. I mean, there's not a question of if he will get booed. It's a question of how bad will the booze be in comparison to other booze that we've heard going to get? Yes. Hammers hammer. I can't maybe I'm been wrong about stuff before. Like when when Randall was in town before it's like people going to people are gonna be nice to him. Right. Be nice to Joe he did was work really hard and kind of leave and not get paid. Right. And so he didn't really do anything. But there were there were couple smattering meal. But then everybody else was cool. Like, thanks joyous. Hey, we appreciate like, Paul George. He flat stood up the Lakers. And then complained that they didn't want him enough. French is why he did it just fine. But that's going to get you booed. Yeah. He's getting really booth because. Like, not only did his he sort of flirted with them to write like his parents would sit courtside. And he would give these quotes that the all star game that we're like very tally. I mean, he and LeBron talked about playing together..
"george burns" Discussed on High and Mighty
"I haven't seen it in forever. I don't even know if I've seen it. I know of it. I'm sure it's got some I feel like also they switched these. No, that's where the hockey player becomes a figure male hockey player. Like learns figure skating woman. I think he's a man. Another one where someone dies and they go into the opposite sex body. Whoa. Let's takes place on the ice. That's an interesting rom com. Not sure what that's called. It's called a fever. When I'm currently writing. If you don't know it you'll have you'll be reading in a few weeks. It's a male. It's a body switch ice skating movie. Finally might depend on this. I'm going to look that up right away. There are a body. Switch rom coms, of course, like what what's the one? Maybe. No. 'cause usually right. The body. Switch is not the Rahm goes out the window. It's become calm at that point. Yeah. Because I was like oh in eighteen again, George Tenet. Tina yet while eighteen again is the original really with George Burns. And c Thomas Howell only. I don't actually think. But yeah, that's like from the eighties. And then there's because he's eighty one George Burns eight seventeen again is Matthew Perry and Zach Ephron, right? And that that I was like no it's seventeen again. That was the sequel. I don't know if it was a sequel, but it was like the same premise what it was just like in the in the eighteen again Super Bowl man and he used to run track. And then the college kid runs Strack as well. I Pearl he's like AB. Yeah. He's eighty and they body switch. Well. Yeah. I think he like dies and like I don't fully because in that movie. It's not a body switch. He just like becomes younger again just wakes up as Kathy. And. Yeah. That's like a weird male fantasy. And it's got it's got some layers of fucked up nece. Absolutely. I wish I can go back and be seventeen. But no what I know now and be like a legal sexual predator. Daughter like try to hook up with him in that movie. I'm positive. That's that's a weird conceit in like it's back to the future. The mom is like I leave this part of the movie how don't. It's already weird that he's talking to seventeen year old girls. We don't need them. Like, we don't need his daughter throwing herself. I remember correctly. It's like she's throwing herself at him Yeah. like Like a party. And at Thomas Lennon is the friend in the Tomlin is a big part. I think of what a successful rom com is like the side characters like are the friends are they like believing? So again, Li in Notting hill like Hugh grant's roommate is like one of the funniest characters. He's like the grungy. Yeah. I know the British actor walking around in his underwear scratch. Funny. Yes. The side characters are crucial. And I would argue that was a big part of like this is terrible. No strings attached Mindy hailing was in that. And I hated her character's. Oh, interesting. Yeah. And then Nick and nora's infinite playlist, the friend. Character was great. She was so good awesome. That's in my head. I think it's Bethany Beth bears. But it's not that Susan to broker. Oh, yeah. Remember who what hurting? I don't remember. It was in my head. I'm just like, oh it was. I can't even remember if it's cat denting. Then it's gotta be the other way they were also in a movie. My friend is in that movie because he's he was in a band at the time..
"george burns" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Only a test. Newsradio time one thirty nine. We're talking about settled science this about nutrition, but I have more settled science that I want to get too. That's just absolutely okay. Well, I'll just I'll wait and get to the I got a couple of callers who want to talk about the fact that Michelle Obama's food program was based on junk science. Hey, jeff. Hey, good afternoon. You want? You're calling about the Brown gravy with meat over mashed potatoes. Yes, it's actually a delicacy of the south. I have a best friend that you said his six kids growing up with that meal. What is it? We call it a poor man's what do they call it? A shepherd's pie. Yeah. That's actually, not not bad. Yeah. I'd be kind of interested to hear some from some of your other viewers being that I'm from the south be kinda curious of what other kind of concoctions that are happening like two or three four items that people also we to spread their budgets so to speak. You know, what I mean, I, you know, I think there's a lot of things like that. I mean, there's a whole bunch of stuff like that. I think out west. It's definitely got to be chilly. Chilly is a budget stretcher. Yeah. Well, we used to do macaroni and cheese and hamburger, but we used to put peas in it. Oh, so that's got a vegetable in there. Yeah. Yeah. There you go. No. I think that's an interesting conversation for and as far as good nutrition. I tell you what until you've flipped with a diabetic us. Learn how to eat really good. Oh, yeah. Yeah. There you go. I saw an older woman. Give a speech one time, and she was referencing advice. She gives younger people. And she said if you eat like a diabetic who's had a stroke. You'll never be a diabetic who who's had a stroke. Well, my idol is Huby gray Huby, gray Huby, great Google. I think he lived to be like a hundred and twelve years old or something and he drank and smoke every day. Well, I my my idol is the one hundred and twenty eight year old woman in Russia who said that her longevity is God's curse, she's my idol. Now. I want to be like her that already watching a. Yeah. There you go. There you go. Appreciate the phone. Call man, very much, Eric you're on KOA NewsRadio. Humanity. I have one ultimate truism in medical science. Never been disproven. Hit me. We all die. Oh, well, yes. That's that's. Yeah. I am you know, unfortunately. Or fortunately, how you look at it. And and as far as how I feel about I I'm more inclined to think of the old George Burns line. My doctor told me I needed to stop smoking cigars. About lived three doctors. Burns died at the ripe old age of one hundred. I will tell you this. I think that genetics is far more important than anything else. And I sorry if you have lousy genetic see your parents drop dead at age fifty. But you know, I don't know if you know this Bob green is a trainer. He's a he's an exercise guy. He worked with Oprah. When Oprah was getting skinny one time. He was on the biggest loser. This guy works out every day hours at a time very physical. Died of a massive coronary in the gym. And he's only in his early fifties. Because that's what his family does his family dies of a heart attack early. Now he survived. But you know, you can only do so much to fight your genetics. I hate to say, I appreciate the phone call Eric very much. I mean because there's not that much. I am grateful every single day to my mother and my dad and my grandmother's and my because I have good genetics for aging. Christie brinkley. She's got a portrait in the closet. I don't know how she does it. But you know, that's definitely genetic. Hey, Randy, you were on KOA NewsRadio. Hey, how are you? Hi, good. Hey, I just wanted to talk about some of the four man, I grew up with hit me. Well, I can't say the first word, but it's something on a sheet SOS. Yes, we've all had SOS which is beef and gravy on toast. My mom spiced it up and she put some potatoes in there. I didn't say it wasn't good. I was just clarifying. What it actually was? That's all. Yeah. You can't you can't live your childhood without having a little bit of that. Amanda that a man to that where we're talking about you know, when I used to go fishing with my dad, there was fishing food. And that's where I learned by the where I where I got my incredible passion for Vienna sausage because when you're out on the boat, Vienna sausage or fantastic. And I didn't realize how how repulsed by the sausage people were until I got to college, and I actually bought some and my roommates were like what is that? I gotta tell you my three and five year old daughter love, I still love Vienna, sausage and sardines. I still love sardines because we ate those on the boat, which is thinking we were fishing, and we were eating sardines. We, you know, but you know, hindsight closet. These days. What's that smell coming from the closet? I think mommy's the narrating sardines. That's all right. That's it. I appreciate the phone. Call man, very much, David you're on KOA NewsRadio. Hey, mattie. Another another Florida person to another Florida person. We're from David panhandle. Call your show quite a bit. Okay. So we're you ate the same food. You know, growing up as I did. Yeah. I am my favorite thing. I in in junior high and high school was the institutional spaghetti. You know, it wasn't like regular spaghetti. It was spaghetti noodles with. I don't know catch up and some kind of meat substance in it. But to this day, I still look for that. If I go visit somebody at the hospital, I want to go down to the cafeteria and get institutional spaghetti. I'll tell you what man hospitals have upped their cafeteria game. Because. My father in the fourteen months that he hung around after he had a stroke. I feel like he was in every medical facility in north central Florida, and Jacksonville, and I was very impressed by the meal selections in these places. I mean, they have really it's institutional food. They have a Ruge at some of them. Now. I'm just saying I know my when my grandpa was in the hospital there in Lake City hospital. They would break his lunch tray out, and we'd be there. Visit him and he would shove it aside. He goes, oh, I can't eat that stuff because he was an old South Georgia farmer. So he fried everything and even fried vegetables. But we would eat his lunch. There you go. It was so good, and I'm Vina sausage guy myself too. And I like, velveeta cheese and crackers more fishing. Let's just be real. Okay. No, nothing makes a better grilled cheese sandwich. Then Ville, Vida. Okay. You want to gooey magical, grilled cheese sandwich of awesomeness, you want velveeta cheese because it melts like nothing else because it isn't really cheese. It's a process food cheese product. It's not even call it real cheese. But it's so good. So we would my grandma my grandpa, and I'll let you go. She said take that fishing is because when you run out of bait you can use it for bait. There you go there, you appreciate it, man. We stay hot dogs with his fishing because you can catch catfish with hotdogs, it a little things you learn here. It's true. Paul you're on KOA NewsRadio. You're changing the subject at you. You got to pay attention on this show. We move fast fast fast. I think the person who mentioned hamburger in macaroni and cheese in the military. They make corned beef. And it's not dried beef, right? Hamburger from the day before whatever. Yeah. Anyway. My dad the one you may remember his quote, do his three boys of wedding wedding night. The first one every every every woman is fifty one percent angel forty nine percent, which don't ever wish it. Anyway. Here's his history. Meals says the end of the month we short on money. Yeah. You had a two gallon pressure. Cooker? So he would do oh being soup where you could make the beans. Because of the pressure. Yeah. And he makes gallons and that would maybe be Monday and Wednesday. And then the other two were MAC and cheese and chili anyway, the thing was what's dad and put it into this that you know, we we wear may. Well, have had kernel corn in our chili oriented MAC and cheese, whatever whatever he found. He'd always put at least both green and black olives in the macaroni Jews. And black olives in the macaroni and cheese. What was he a communist? Who does that who don't MAC and cheese? Green olives. You're like, oh, I love all olives. But not with MAC and cheese. That's like, let's you're gonna tell me that was chocolate and mint together. I can't do that either. That's just wrong and in MAC and cheese. He put both spam and ham. Now, that's good. Now, we're talking you would span and MAC and cheese. And it's phenomenal. The ham bean soup that I could deal I can deal with that. That's fine. That's just that's delight. A pork product is what spam is delighted he went to the show sexual where you find frozen or dried beans and little little package. For twenty cents and stuff. So he here barley corn. And whatever was there. Play on the shelf for the homie. Reweighting was. This looks like it could use this. You didn't starve to death. You're walking and talking right now. Paul you seem to have turned out. Okay. All the kids are so alive to ask them. But there was born in nineteen eleven. Wow. Wow. Fourteen Paul thanks for sharing my friend. Thank you. Larry, you're on KOA NewsRadio. Hi, Mandy, Larry. Oh. When I was a kid one of my favorite things. When my mom with broil steak. When she took the brother pan out to take bread and dab up all the drippings, and then we sold real good. So you just have the bread dipped in the dripping salted that actually sounds kind of good. It was delicious. And heck we had fried chicken. We had a lot of fried stuff never affected my cholesterol. Well, I the thing is is my dad had a theory about restaurants being from the south. This is how my dad shows restaurants, if he was on a business trip who's driving along and he had to stop and get some food. He looked for the restaurant with the most pickup trucks outside it in his mind. The pickup truck dining ratio the higher. The truck ratio is the better the food within because those are people that needed good hearty few food because they were gonna go right back out to their farms their ranches, and they needed that energy to keep them going. So that's how each I've I've eaten my fair share of fried chicken. And now, I just want fried chicken. Larry dang it. Why'd you have to mention that semi truck stops. Yeah. Well, we trucks go either way it's gotten better though. But hey, I appreciate the phone call. Let me get a couple more before we have to take a break because Heather McDonald is coming up next, Michelle. Hi there. Hi, michelle. What's on your mind? Earlier you mentioned that genetics play a big part. Yes. I and I just wanted to give you a good laugh our genetic than our family when it comes to health or so bad that we've come up with a nickname for it. What does that? It's more protocol is the poorly put together, we wait. Wait what? Pleasant poorly put together. So obviously, you worry about these things. You know, what we do whatever we want eight where however we want and but good healthy lives, and we don't worry about it. That's probably the best thing. You can do Michelle. You know, it's he can't change your genetics. So you may as well try it hatch, but don't get caught up in it. Exactly. Caught up in it. Thanks, michelle. I appreciate the phone. Call JR junior. Junior. But I go by. All girl, so. Uh-huh. While she was probably a wise and great woman. What's happening JR? I wanted to tell you my stable growing up we have these fifty five gallon drum, right and being on the other side. So that every day, and then my mom. Homemade. Now when you get home from school. And you just eat those things like that. Joey. Growing up almost every day. Now, I could eat it every day. I I'm trying to learn how to make really good flour tortillas..
"george burns" Discussed on Never Not Funny
"What what do you think about george burns i up until about a month and a half ago i said he's zero and an ira and old johnny carson it was like and now you're on this very choice should i or an apology to george burns he was very funny he was in the moment i was entertained by him i then went down a youtube worm hole and was like boy i'm wrong about george burns i need to write the estate with you had to like him as an actor there right i tell him as an actor yeah it and that was the the masing little cherry on the top of that career but here's the crazy thing like i this is one thing i teach the kids in the class comedies generational as a rule like look like the ag is sky lenny bruce now almost seems kind of weird in going rantissi and point it out like so that's that's my point that it's basically four your generation and so now like dimitri martin is like that's considering they're all comedian to these kids an that's like an old comedians when we when it this is forty years have been known as longtime like tweet yeah it's how fast that service dimitri has not been in the public eye for a decade a true we storm right now historian ran now yeah but i kind of feel that its way to it's like you don't hear his name many mortars a time where you heard a new name hall added i'll get a shadowy he was in movies and he was doing it all right no question i don't really kind of lost track of them um but i'm just i was more about not that dmitry areas isn't doing stuff but it's just that two call alqaeda asked each year to them jewish burns you might as well be talking about and i was civil war general around things like that i get so removed from their world do for mission in former pga golfer george burns in your quest does that every does he ever come up 'cause you eat a nice career was and yes yes i mean he wasn't one of the best now.
"george burns" Discussed on WCTC
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"george burns" Discussed on Norm Macdonald Live
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"george burns" Discussed on WLOB
"They tried to sit down and do an interview with him on camera he was not really in the mood to give an interview we're doing of feature on people who are still working in their 90s if you're retiring why wizard never a moment the you thought it might be time to retire you why you come from ah you come from a generational ruler and i think of bob home george burns sinatra knew you knew many of whom did wanna you're never retired either you see similarities with them none non what do you think drives people and human and then to wanna keep working whose we do it well you've had a number of health issues over the last few years jerry view anyone that's ninety guns i mean that's how it went for seven minutes and the poor guy at one point the guy nervously laughed and jerry mocked him he will and i i read last night something online that was so heartfelt it was the guy who did the interview for that from the hollywood reporter and he wrote the most humble just just heartfelt article about the back story to that illfated interview and evidently jerry lewis was tired from touring ms ninety one years old ninety years old at the time of the interview last year and was exhausted it was a rare a off he didn't really want to do this on a day off from his touring and he didn't like all the equipment that they brought in to his home to do the interview i mean this guy's been in show business for you know what eighty years you think he's impressed at the hollywood reporter wants to interview him he's he's done it all and he was already cranky about the equipment and the amount of people and so by the time and then the guy wrote they decided to do the photo shoot first and then try to have some time to do the interview what was a bad idea because he was exhausted and he was in no mood for the interview and the guy wrote in a week were reached out to him i wanted to get ahmad because i was so impressed by what he said i'm paraphrasing here but he should i wish i had a dual i.
"george burns" Discussed on WLOB
"The tomorrow what we need is george burns a gracie allen's or the march brothers to do the makeup tomorrow for colmey we're talking instead on how we've gone from who's on i two who murder trump insanity now rules the airwaves there's nothing funny in the media anymore and you know speaking about comedy i'm a little michael commentator i'd say that's eighty percent of my work as a admi work maybe more ninety percent is political commentary mixed in with humour when i could pull it off and it's really funny but the fact that matters if you look at president trump you know what's lacking humour he has no sense of humor my wrong about that a right the man doesn't have a sense of humor but he's not alone in that obama never once had in my opinion a funny moment of his entire eight years the last president i remember who had any sense of mirth was ronald reagan he had a mirth full on the courage to him so even when they tried applaud him when the media was going adam he would look at them and have that irish twinkle in his i am you always had mirth and that enabled him to override the mean people in the media it's it's umer that will save trump i don't know if he has you marin him will actually i disagree with that statement pardon me i sat with them for ninety minutes during our ice cream summit and mara lago and you know we did for ninety minutes i told them jokes and he laughed let me tell you that right now and by the way he gave it back to me just as good as i gave him i'm never going to repeat the stuff we did he has a keen sense of humor what trump is missing is a comedy writer let me tell you that right now and i'm not applying for the job in that late or the be a damn good job it could save his presidency.
"george burns" Discussed on WTMA
"For tomorrow what we need is george burns gracie allen's or the march brothers to do the makeup tomorrow for colmey we're talking instead on how we've gone from who's on i two who murder trump insanity now rules the airwaves there's nothing funding in the media anymore and you know speaking about comedy i'm a political commentator i'd say that's eighty percent of my workers eight eight or semi work maybe more ninety percent is political commentary mixed in with uber when i could pull it off and it's really funny but the fact that matters if you look at president trump you know what's lacking umer he has no sense of humor am i wrong about that a right the man doesn't have a sense of humor but he's not alone in that obama never once had in my opinion a funny moment to his entire eight years the last president i remember who had any sense of mirth was ronald reagan he had a mirth full on the courage to him so that even when they try to prod him when the media was going adam he would look at them and have that irish twinkle in his eye and he always had mirth and that enabled him to override the mean people in the media it's it's umer that will save trump i don't know if he has you marin him uh well actually i disagree with that statement pardon me i sat with him for ninety minutes during our ice cream summit and moral lago and you know we did for ninety minutes i told him jokes and the left let me tell you that right now and by the way he gave it back can be just as good as i gave him i'm never going to repeat the stuff we did he has a keen sense of humor what trump is missing is a comedy writer let me tell you that right now and i'm not apply the job in that late be a damn good job we could save his presidency.
"george burns" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast
"And this time he said when i pull the bison down a we driving through field of bees me and i don't even remember which one is still in plutonium is built on the idea well anyway he had another line just in case that aligned in work but that's the story there's also the great stuff for you you know you're talking about buy he singer and actor you should be doing shakespeare in the park it's just that the better is great well he said to me after the film was over he said you know people like our schmoozing he said unfunny with couple of screenings in these of the like our interaction smoothing and then he would say to me you doing anything in two months of three months or something and i'd say yes or no needs they will don't do anything and today check with me because i think i have something so that's how i came to be in a six moon yes yeah and you work with george burns yes what a pleasure that was that was wonderful he only worked two hours a day but usually with a martini in his hand and a cigar on the other hand and he was is sweet and kind and gentle we were standing together once in the director said after a take he said georgia i'm sorry what we have to do it again camera had a problem and the director walked away and george turned to me and under his breath he said i'm ninety two and the camera as a problem he he was a wonderful man wonderful guys so lucky to work with.