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"george burns" Discussed on Dennis Prager Podcasts

Dennis Prager Podcasts

03:26 min | Last month

"george burns" Discussed on Dennis Prager Podcasts

"That's real, my God, what you must see in your room. Indeed. Yes. Oh, wow, what a question. You caught me off guard. Third was, how much do you see yourself as responsible for your life and how much you see yourself as a victim? Listen, with me. You can't be happy if you think of yourself as a victim. So I know somebody. Why would you say I know somebody and it's almost incredible to me? Who will not speak to a parent? It's not my child, just for the record. Thank God. And what he raises is that all the bad things and I don't mean none of them are abusive, but the bad things he remembers from when he was 7 and 8 and 9 and ten. Is that common? Sadly, it is far too common. And right now I know of several families in which that's the case. Right now, and it's G yeah, it's a very painful, and of course, that kind of number two and three sort of go together because if you feel that you've been a victim of your parents, then you only remember the bad. You don't remember any of the good, and you also don't see yourself as responsible for making your life better. Okay, they did this or that or the other bad thing to you. Okay, maybe it did happen, maybe it didn't happen. Maybe it's an exaggeration. Now what are you going to do about it? Do you have any responsibility for the way you make your life today? If you don't feel that you have any responsibility for the way you make your life today, how can you possibly be happy? Excellent. Also, since you say that is common, which drives me crazy, do people do these people really believe that if God made a list of all the good things the parents did for them and all the bad things, the bad things would outweigh the good, I don't think they think about it that way. But if you did challenge them, I would hope that they would, that gets back into gratitude, are they capable of being grateful for all the good things that have happened. They are interrelated these things. And unfortunately, all the good things that happen to us, we assume we were entitled to and like, are we grateful that the air is clean? Are we grateful? I remember hearing once George Burns got his friends to roll over and laughter when he would meet them at the country club and he would say, you got to try the water. It's really delicious. And they would, and they would laugh because why would anybody think to be grateful that the water is delicious. But if we did that more often, we would be happier. And if we did that more often with our parents, we would realize that a lot of the things they did, the sacrifices that they made is the fact that we had a roof over our head, the fact that we had meals, the fact that they encouraged us in various ways, that would rise to the top and the other things would go to the bottom..

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"george burns" Discussed on Dennis Prager Podcasts

Dennis Prager Podcasts

03:14 min | 2 months ago

"george burns" Discussed on Dennis Prager Podcasts

"You caught me off guard. Third was, how much do you see yourself as responsible if you're a life and ever as you see yourself as a victim? Listen, with me. You can't be happy if you think of yourself as a victim. So I know somebody. Why would you say I know somebody and it's almost incredible to me? Who will not speak to a parent? It's not my child, just for the record. Thank God. And what he raises is that all the bad things and I don't mean none of them are abusive, but the bad things he remembers from when he was 7 and 8 and 9 and ten. Is that common? Sadly, it is far too common. And right now I know of several families in which that's the case. Right now, and it's G yeah, it's very painful. And of course, that kind of number two and three sort of go together because if you feel that you've been a victim of your parents, then you only remember the bad. You don't remember any of the good, and you also don't see yourself as responsible for making your life better. Okay, they did this or that or the other bad thing to you. Okay. Maybe it did happen maybe it didn't happen. Maybe it's an exaggeration. Now what are you going to do about it? Do you have any responsibility for the way you make your life today? If you don't feel that you have any responsibility for the way you make your life today, how can you possibly be happy? Excellent. Also, since you say that is common, which drives me crazy. Do people do these people really believe that if God made a list of all the good things the parents did for them and all the bad things, the bad things would outweigh the good? I don't think they think about it that way. But if you did challenge them, I would hope that they would. That gets back into gratitude. Are they capable of being grateful for all the good things that have happened? They are interrelated these things. And unfortunately, all the good things that happen to us, we assume we were entitled to and like, are we grateful that the air is clean? Are we grateful? I remember hearing once George Burns got his friends to roll over and laughter when he would meet them at the country club and he would say, you got to try the water. It's really delicious. And they would, and they would laugh because why would anybody think to be grateful that the water is delicious. But if we did that more often, we would be happier. And if we did that more often with our parents, we would realize that a lot of the things they did, the sacrifices that they made is the fact that we had a roof over our head, the fact that we had meals, the fact that they encouraged us in various ways, that would rise to the top and the other things would go to the bottom..

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"george burns" Discussed on Airplane Geeks Podcast

Airplane Geeks Podcast

07:24 min | 4 months ago

"george burns" Discussed on Airplane Geeks Podcast

"The interaction with other people, whether they're your customers, your vendors, your employees, is so critical, not just to their satisfaction and what they get out of it, but also what the entrepreneur or the person creating that outstanding customer experience gets out of it. We used to talk about customer service. But as the years went on and particularly as we looked at the book and thought about it, it's really much more than service because what people tend to think of as customer service is what you do after a sale after something's gone wrong and you have to fix something with a customer. But the whole point is if you have really outstanding outstanding customer experience for the customer, you'll hopefully avoid the need to fix things afterwards. And you make it an enjoyable learning experience for them and for you for your employees as well as for the customers. Our philosophy is that we're going to wrap the whole connection in relationship with the customer into an experience that is outstanding. And that they'll remember and appreciate forever. And so we thought that customer customer service is just too narrow. It's only a sub part of the entire experience. The customer, customer has. So a few times in the book you mentioned how you learn things along the way that isn't taught in business school. What's special about the business ideas that you've cultivated in your experiences that you found particularly necessary, but not standard teachings from business school. It's like they should teach this in business school and they're not. And I think to me, it's being what we call you centered in a weird sort of way. We believe that everything you do has to do with someone else. And when we write someone a letter, the first word in that letter is either you or your. Because why would you write a letter if it wasn't about them? So we think what we want to do is be other centered. We want everything to be based on the other person. And so you think about that, you're based on your customer based on your fellow worker based on your vendor. And we think that really pays off and I think it's really a key to getting ahead and people don't talk about that as a subject matter. Business schools all have a tendency to be very formal and considered and moderate in their approach and impersonal if you will in their language and in how they talk about the customer and interactions. And one of the things we feel strongly that is missing in most business schools or at least as we experience them is that personal connection and particularly if you're an entrepreneur who has made a business out of your passion and your personal interest, maybe things that you for most of your life thought nobody would ever pay me to do that and you're now made a business out of it. It is personal. It's very personal. And it's not just personal for you. It's very personal for the customer, the customer is not some abstract number or abstract avatar that's just a computer simulation. It's a real live human being with a lot of thoughts and feelings and interactions and the better that you can see that person and know who they are, the better your business is going to do. One of the things that we think made a very significant advantage as far as our transition to video is we spent ten years on the road teaching two day live seminars every weekend as I say for ten years. So we taught these classes essentially 500 times John for the private commercial and instructor in me for the instrument and instrument instructor. And by the time we started working to put them on video, we knew who the customer was, we could stand in front of a camera and look into the lens and we could see a classroom full of fringe, a classroom full of fellow pilots, aviation, enthusiast, people passionate about flying. And we could talk to them through the camera one on one. And we attribute that ability largely to our teaching the live seminars for so many years. You know, you remind me societally, we are a far more impersonal society than we used to be. And it's definitely like that in business. And even when you speak with customer service on the phone, they teach people to repeat repeat you what you're saying to you so that they can sound like they're hearing you, but they're paying no attention to it. And it's sort of reminds me of the old George Burns line sincerity. That's what it takes once you can fake that. You've got it made. Well, life is personal. And what happens to me is very personal to me when app is the very personal you. And it's our jobs to well, when we hire an employee, Martha and I get to decide, look them in the eye, and we say to the employee, we want to explain our obligation to you. And we tell them our obligation to you is to ensure that you have meaningful and rewarding work in an atmosphere of civility and respect. And if you don't think you're getting meaningful and rewarding work, and that means meaningful and rewarding to you, it's not that what we think is meaningful and rewarding. It's got to be meaningful and rewarding view. And if you don't think you're getting that, I want you to come to us because you're entitled to meaningful and rewarding work in an atmosphere of civility and respect. And we have employees that have been with us 20, 30 and up to 35 years. And that kind of implies that we're giving them meaningful and rewarding work and atmosphere, civility, and respect. And that's what you wouldn't want to spend your life unless you had that. Your accomplished publishers, you're no stranger to publishing. How would you say this book differs from the many other things that you have your name on it out there in print? Well, this is an attempt for us to explain how entrepreneurs succeed. And people would come to our business very often through the years and say, well, you have a great business here. And believe it or not, that would annoy us. And the reason it would annoy us is that you can't see a business. A business is the business is not computers and TV studio and office and employees, a business is the identification of a customer need or want that you can fulfill profitably.

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"george burns" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:25 min | 6 months ago

"george burns" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Wanted to ask not the Trump people, of course, you know, people that Trump supported their totally against them. And guess what happened? We still got misses Lake. Is going in for the governorship and stuff. So as much as they try to put the wool over our eyes, they can't do it. We're ready. And we're ready, not to fight with this, but with our minds and our width. So this is Lake. She was the one that Trump endorsed are the one that Trump opposed. Trump, I dorsed her, and she did the best. She got some late ballots, you know, they were still finding ballots, which they stopped counting, and makes me start wondering what's going on. And I hate that because remember how we used to really trust our election and they were worried that people wouldn't show up. Show up in boat. That was the worst thing. Now is this holiday cheating and how are they getting away with it? And it may be not happening, but people zoom it. And it's really in the whole election thing that it's turning people off and I keep telling people you've got to vote because that's what they want you do not to vote and vote I don't care who you vote for, but you've got to vote because you and I know as veterans that that vote is very precious that we have in our country. I think you've been, you know, you were in a country where there are people. I had no voting. I saw the people with the blue fingers. You know what that is? You know, in Iraq and Afghanistan. Their hands were marked because they had cast ballots. Yes. All right, we're going to have to wrap here, pat, but thank you for your call. One 8 6 6 5 O Jimbo, is our number one 8 6 6 5 O 5 four 6 two 6 back in a moment. Antenna TV is TV how it was meant to be. Hey, come on in. Come on in. Make yourself at home. Where phone calls are never sent to voicemail. Gallery George Burns. Okay, I can't wait to see you. It's where friends are family and family is everything. I love you, mama. Thank you, sweetheart. You do love me. I don't just love you. Easy. I'm crazy about you. I love you. And you. I love you. Antenna TV, TV, how it was meant to be. Now that's what I call magic. The future

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"george burns" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:03 min | 11 months ago

"george burns" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Company and affiliates national annual average insurance savings by new customer survey to save the progressive in 2020 Potential savings will vary And Tanner TV is TV how it was meant to be Hey come on in Come on in make yourself at home Where phone calls are never sent to voicemail Tell her it's George Burns Okay I can't wait to see you It's where friends are family and family is everything I love you mama Thank you sweetheart You do love me I don't just love you Easy I'm crazy about you I love you And you I love you Antenna TV TV how it was meant to be Now that's what I call magic Scratchers from the Virginia lottery available in different prices and varieties at a lottery retailer near you The Virginia lottery Every day wins For odds and more information visit VA lottery dot com Subscribe to WGN radio's monthly newsletter WGN radio dot com slash newsletters Can't miss stories from every show promotions events and more delivered straight to your inbox Sign up at WGN radio dot com slash newsletters Are you ready to rock enter for a chance to join me dean Richards at the paramount theater to see rock of ages and relive some of the biggest rock songs of all time Saturday April 16th CW G on radio dot com slash contests Chicago gateway green has been greening and beautifying Chicago for the past 35 years Gateway green is the 100 gardens with the oak leaf signs on the city's expressways covering over 160 acres of roadside landscape that provide cleaner air 8 way green is planted thousands of shrubs perennials and trees and removed more than 1.5 million pounds of litter from Chicago's roadways You can help gateway green in its mission by becoming an expressway partner or supporter Visit gateway green dot org to learn more I'm Chris Jackie Mack I serve in the United States Air Force and I have deployed three times So in 2017 I was serving as an air force first sergeant Our motto in that role is my job as people everyone is my business but unfortunately in that.

"george burns" Discussed on The Dork Forest

The Dork Forest

01:46 min | 11 months ago

"george burns" Discussed on The Dork Forest

"Okay. I was 17. And I was 21. I had gotten my driver's license for whatever. I had not yet gotten my driver's home. And so in 1987, it's we have grandly state university marching band again, and they're still, they're any more modern because they're fantastic. They're great. But they can't carry everything. And so in 1987, each other. I mean, they can only do so much. And so it's the theme is a salute to moat at excuse me, a salute Hollywood. Oh, salute to Hollywood. Right. And so we have, this is around the time where corporations start taking over the production of the halftime show. And they're buying all right. And so. Disney, I believe, is the, is the producer here. And Disney is doing a salute to Hollywood and includes here's a rip roaring halftime show for you guys. Mickey Rooney. George Burns..

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"george burns" Discussed on Fallacious Trump

Fallacious Trump

05:35 min | 1 year ago

"george burns" Discussed on Fallacious Trump

"Of teenage boys. Yeah immediately he got there he said you know. I'm going to talk to you about politics. Who who the hell wants to politics in front of boy scouts and then spend the next hour mostly talking about your number one statement number one. He's talking about an old property developer. He knew he says sold his company for a tremendous amounts of money and he went out and bought a big yacht and he had a very interesting life. I wouldn't go on any more than that because you boy so i'm not gonna tell you what he did. Should i tell you. Should i tell you you'll boy scouts but you know life you know life. His who's the same time caught protective over them but also a world weary. They know much more life than he ever ever. Yeah yeah okay. Stay little to harking back to his his election win the previous year. It was a beautiful night november eight. The fake news media said it was impossible but we made it happen and truthfully it was the forgotten people that made it happen. Everyone forgot about them. Except me and now i like to call them. The people who aren't forgotten the remembered people. Okay yeah And finally a a bit of life advice He says in life. I always tell this to people you have to know whether or not you continue to have the momentum and if you don't have it that's okay because you're going to go on a new going to learn and you're going to do things that are great but you have to know about the would momentum. Okay yep you see there you just gotta carry on get sick. You're kate guide. Okay so the yeah. The one about the forgotten people the media happen. Everyone forgotten me is not one of his. Snappy george burns gangs that they Continue to have the momentum. Well I think because it's.

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"george burns" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"george burns" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Homes with him and i will never forget to things that just became a part of my existence. The smell on the floor. The antiseptic smell. When you're on the floor of a nursing home and the sound that comes out of room for ten for twenty five oh two of all of those people. Having sex. I i was there. I heard it. it's insane. They will each other to each other's rooms. They have sex they get diseases and then they go back to their rooms. Good for them. I mean they should practice safe sex but good for them but it on the poll. Please chris at lebatardshow is the retirement community boning relentlessly. You know what. I'm going to say an unpopular opinion. I know jess said the right thing. But if you're ninety five just let it fly. That's right let it fly come on the only consequences like some crabs go for do you heartbeat veterans committee at look. I developed a heroin addiction at eighty eight. I didn't expect to be here these seven years. Because that's what i'm gonna do. When i'm that age if i get into my ninety s i'm going heroine david. I think it's like with george burns. Remember when he was alive. He talks about smoking. People telling me to stop smoking. Why when i stopped smoking people when they get older starts smoking. Because what's the difference. Do not gonna die of that. You're not going to die of a of an s. t. d. You're not going to get anyone pregnant if you're just doing it within the nursing and not with the nurses so there's no downside at all it's a dream and.

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"george burns" Discussed on Zen Parenting Radio

Zen Parenting Radio

04:43 min | 1 year ago

"george burns" Discussed on Zen Parenting Radio

"Basis that are difficult socially emotionally and that it's it's not that it's bad it's just different and that nine and ted. Her world was really limited and she voiced like. Oh yeah i felt happy and we can call that. In a sense we can call that. Whatever you can't live in that place your whole life wouldn't be nice. I get it but it would also be limited a nine or ten year old can not be in relationship with a partner a nine or ten year old cannot be apparent a nine or ten year old cannot experience So many things that adult joy comes from you and so in some ways. Yes and i think that's why there's move there's peter pan and why there's cocoon and movies like that or like big or what are other movies where we go back in time and we wanna be freaky friday or seventeen again. I think that's what's george burns and somebody else why they redid. It was to somebody else but anyway we always want to go back to a simpler time. But what is always the moral of the movie or the story or you know you can't and so what is you know in cocoon. How many people stayed young. Do you remember for some reason. I'm thinking of Twilight zone movie and not cocoon. I don't remember the premise of cocoon other than the budget. Old people. That could play basketball as if they were young. So an alien comes to earth to like nursing homes realistic wolfer. Bramley is like fifty two years old. He's our age in cocoon by the way and he comes to the woman she comes to earth and gives them this youthful experience and then basically says i can take some of you with me or you can stay like this. I can't really remember if they leave with her. Or what. And i think ninety percent of them are like no no no because then we would lose these relationships and these experiences and these people and that's what life is about and you know i think it can be. I think is apparent. It can be difficult to walk our kids from that young age of like innocence into a more. That's why pre adolescence is so challenging right because all the sudden they see more here more understand more. They're more pissed about things they're having more experience. Their brain is growing but we also are given this gift of walking our kids through this and letting them know that there will be new joy a different kind of joy..

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"george burns" Discussed on Red Blonde Fox

Red Blonde Fox

04:10 min | 1 year ago

"george burns" Discussed on Red Blonde Fox

"All alright words. Now you turn around george burns. How wash he's saying receipt he said right report to see ya your injured in or.

"george burns" Discussed on Bad Science

Bad Science

03:54 min | 1 year ago

"george burns" Discussed on Bad Science

"Welcome to the good. The bad and the science the show that breaks down the science of television and movies with a comedian and a scientist. Today we're discussing homemade astronauts. So i'll ask about building spaceships space suits and how claiming you're a flat earth or might help you raise some money. I'm your host either edinburgh. And i've got to wonderful guest joining me today. My first guest is a writer actor. Comedian who's been in everything from the simpsons too. I'm dying up here. And he's the creator of stand against evil. Welcome to the show dana gould. I'm here on earth. Hello dana thank you for being here. I'm a huge fan of yours. I was listening to your podcast. Dana gould our earlier today. Oh and before we get started. I didn't want to bother you about it. Then i barely wanna bother you about it now because bothering you seems awful but since i have you here i have to ask you what it was like to work on a show. That meant a lot to me. When i was growing up the ben stiller. Show everybody that. Worked on the ben stiller. Show bob odenkirk. Jimmy garoppolo david. Cross ben stiller myself. We all were just friends and we all hung out together and then ben got a show so we just kind of hung out in the office. It was it was it was just an extension of our social life at the time so it was actually one of the most organic work experiences i ever had. It was just like instead of going to janin's house. We went to hollywood center studios but pretty much. Everything else was the same and we. We would see. George burns on the way into work. Because george burns had an office he would come in in the morning full to pay full suit. Come in Have breakfast read the paper go home. Wow that's awesome. I mean definitely comes through. It seems like a really organic natural. It just seems like a bunch of people having fun with each other and we're all still friends. Oh and they happy ending well great. I'm super excited to talk to you today. Dana i'm so glad that you're here and i feel the same way about our second guest. He is a senior satellite engineer at nasa who was named one of forbes thirty under thirty. Welcome to the show kenneth harris i don. I'm happy to be today. Unfortunately ethan you and i do not have history is first time. Yeah i know it is unfortunate. I hate that but no is is a pleasant today. Yeah it's a pleasure to be speaking with you Kenny as you request to be called and that makes it feel like we're closer and have a history that i'm calling kenny. Already so professional. Yeah exactly which is totally not you. So you've worked on mind-bending projects like the s g. pm and the james webb telescope. So the first question that came to my mind when doing research on you is. Do you sleep or do you just nap. You know what's even worse than all that. I also have basically a brand new baby at home. He's ten months. So i know i really don't sleep. I've perfected the map Something i'll get into later. The nasa nap appreciably trademark. But it's just it's just a really quick twenty minute nap or something like that. The astronauts us when they actually own. I assess so i just that i just net throughout the day win win win. Possible rea- sleep. Sleep is foreign to me. That's really impressive. And we got to talk with the james webb for a second i. I saw the the ted ex talk that you gave and you mentioned it briefly but but can you explain to us like what makes james webb so awesome so real quick. Thirty second pitch is that it's the follow up to the hubble space telescope which is really famous from a nasa point of view And the idea behind this telescope is to quote unquote air quotes..

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"george burns" Discussed on Z104

Z104

02:50 min | 1 year ago

"george burns" Discussed on Z104

"Looking at you. Kid Film archivist Audrey Cup for Burke has lived a lot of her life just off screen, observing the stars and cataloging their work, she says archivist, collect and preserve old footage and help institutions like museums and libraries. Kupferberg worked for the American Film Institute and meant more Hollywood stars than she can count, she says. When she was in her thirties, she got to touch one of her favorites. In the 19 seventies, She was at the American Film Institute Annual Life Achievement Award Dinner. And she got bored, So she and her friend played a little game. We decided we were each going to pick. Star of our choice, and we're going to touch him. Yeah. So? So we Yeah, we circled the room has a very big room and She She saw Robert Mitchum and, uh And she said, that's for me. I'm going to touch him. Well, I've always been a little quirky and I grew up absolutely loving George Burns. And there he was. So we walked the room together. And when we were close enough to the star of our choice, we put our hands out touch their back. They turned around and we quickly moved away. Talk about immature, Kupferberg says she met Lillian Gish and Gloria Swanson. She calls them legends. But she adds that some stars are more difficult than others. I had a job at a fee was I was given a task to stay next to Betty Davis for a whole evening. Because we were raising money for preservation, Film preservation, and she agreed to speak to the press. Wow. She started to talk to the press, and everything she said, was anti preservation. She was being Betty Davis, that crazy character, you know, so grumpy, so above it all elitist. And After 30 40 minutes of hearing her. You know, saying things like how they never should have never should have bothered preserving that film of mine. They should trash you know, trash. Oh, my God. So Just walked away from her and left her there. She was enjoying her time but cup for Berg's absolute favorite star power moment. None other than the music man himself. Robert Preston arms.

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"george burns" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

05:00 min | 2 years ago

"george burns" Discussed on WGN Radio

"How many years Including everything in Children eating everything in vaudeville for the first time you entertain in the Navy. Or a first time is the youngster. I would say about 58 years could happen. Did you say 58 58 years in show business? And I'm getting less money tonight. Any night that I've ever been. We had to sign a contract for that. Yet even for the first professional engagement, probably more than I go back. I would say about 58 years you said the other night. The The National Conference of Christians and Jews presented you with a humanitarian award. Yeah, and you made a statement, which I really think you believe in front of that audience about if you had your wish. Something could happen. Something you'd really rather rather do. That was most of the violin. You mean yes. Well that night at the dinner. First I told them because you didn't hear it. That for years and years and years. I've been Johnny Carson's Idol. It's true. Now you've said it have many times and any times Then all of a sudden, the whole thing switched And Johnny Carson became my idol. You want to know something? It's not nearly as much fun this way way. I liked it much better than that. What did you ask? You said if if you could be granted one wish. If God would speak to you know what you would rather do? Well, what I said was. I'm glad that you mentioned it Now You're smart. I like that. Yeah, I said that. I love the violin so much. That if there were such a thing as a miracle today, And God came to me and said Jack You know, he knows practically everybody, Miss Margaret. If if he said Jack, Starting tomorrow, I will make you one of the world's great violinist, but no more. Will you ever be able to tell a joke? I really believe that I would accept it. That's a tough thing to say, is that when you've been getting laughs all your life? That's how much he would really like. That's how much I actually love the violin, but you still practice all the time and you play around the country. Practice. You get better? No. Huh? Let me tell you something about Let me tell you something about the violin, Johnny. You know, I give a lot of concerts, right? You have to practice even to be lousy. It's just just to stay in shape. This I found out on any one of the musicians will tell you You have to practice. I practice every day, maybe two hours, and I never seem to get any better. And I give concerts with the biggest symphony orchestras. In the country, You know, Isaac Stern once said. The me says, you know, Jack. When you walk out in front of a symphony orchestra. The white tie and tails. And your violin. You actually look Like one of the world's great violence. It's a damn shame you have to play Johnny. Really? I am so happy to be here. I want to thank you for being the toast, Master for my dinner. I wouldn't have Chris wouldn't have missed it. Jews. You're the question. I was a Christian. Birds was the Julia. I wouldn't miss it. I'm sure I don't know. No, I'm delighted. You shouldn't be here. You know, I said, I said, this is a wonderful thing you know, on my 10. Anniversary. As I said, you probably weren't even born NBC. But we had all the kids there. We had. Little Jimmy Durante Little Edward G. Robinson. All those they were kids that you see. And that was my 10th anniversary with NBC. And that same year there. Jack Benny premiered on radio. So did George Burns and Gracie Allen. But they were doing they were in the guy Lombardo show..

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"george burns" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

05:22 min | 2 years ago

"george burns" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Ramal. They were the george burns and gracie allen show. Now here's your host. Why cox radio's all time favorites. Amos and andy this hour. We step back to january twenty first one thousand nine hundred fifty one as it looks like the king bish is about to get. His mother-in-law married off to somebody who seems to have a lot of money. Let's listen and you know what that music say. Yes amazon music. Good health to all from rexel.

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"george burns" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:28 min | 2 years ago

"george burns" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"So I'd like to see the specifics of that. Are you A and this is getting part of show where he kind of go over some celebrity birthdays. I just watched real time with Bill Maher and his interview he did with Kellyanne Conway, who was a close confidante off of Donald Trump throughout the past few years. Are you a fan of Bill Maher's 65 years old today? Do you like him? I like him a long time ago. We used to be on comedy Central. But now you politically correct. Yeah, but I was kind of a jerk. And he is And this guy has a staunch anti trump Ates. Trump hates his supporters. I do watch him from time to time because he has people on That come from the opposite side of the aisle, and he got a lot of vitriol. A lot of left wing hate for having Kellyanne Conway on this most recent episode, having a conversation whether they went at it back and forth pretty good. Like when you see people from the left call out their own for having a conversation. What goes through your mind? Well, I said that I look, I looked like this. It's like OK, folks. First of all, it's television. That's that's kind of that's kind of number ones. Let's let's put all this in perspective here. Number one is television number two. There is nothing wrong with having a conversation with someone from the other side. There was a reason why paid Manny Watch Tom Brady video clips. Oh, my God. I'm using the football reference that's really fighting. Everybody is frightened Everybody here on the day Philip Rivers retires your references sports and I pressed. I mean, there's a reason why you why you sit down and you engage people because you want to know how they think and what's going through their heads. I mean, that's that's simple and one way to do that is sit down, actually have Conversation with somebody. I mean, I don't think Bill Maher and killing coming. Go to have beer. Go got drinks later. But he went to the same thing when he had like that crazy, like really Well, right winger that Milo Yiannopoulos. Yeah, I went through the same thing and what I hate got disinvited or uninvited from speaking engagements. So anyway, Bill Maher 65 years old today. George Burns. Let's date ourselves here because I love George Burns when I was a kid. In the old God movies. He would have been 125 years old today, but I always loved about George Burns was an old line used to use because it was on 60 minutes is like 98 99 years old. And somebody asked Mr Burns. What'd your doctor say about you smoking cigars? You say they don't see a damn thing because they're all dead. Like? Yes, I love this man. George Burns would have been 100 tried loved old God, you devil, By the way, I'm dating myself here back in the eighties. We'll see you back here tomorrow. My name is Nigel Abdul Filling in for Jason.

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"george burns" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:47 min | 2 years ago

"george burns" Discussed on KTOK

"S. Senator. The story from Tanner Carlson. Senator James Lankford accuses Apple of censorship. What Apple is trying to say is we don't like this point of view. So we're going to use all of our might is a company to be able to diminish that that is toxic to our culture to a group of people that said they started their companies based on wanting people to be able to connect with each other. Apple accuses parlor of promoting political violence. Grady County authorities think propane was responsible for a house explosion that sent two people to the hospital Saturday night. Both victims had serious burns but are expected to recover. A man is in custody after authorities say a woman's body was found in his home in the water. Police arrested Jacob Kimble on Saturday. He was allegedly involved in a car accident and fight hours before his arrest. The victim's identity has not been released. Former Pittsburgh County official has been arrested. Beth Myers has details. Former Pittsburgh County court clerk Cynthia Ledford is in some hot water. She was arrested Friday on a nepotism charge. U. S. B. I says she hired a family member to work in her office, but initially gave false information to agents When they interviewed her about it. She later admitted to hiring the relative. She was arrested Friday and McCallister and booked into jail on one count of nepotism and one count of obstructing an officer. More than 250,000 Oklahomans have registered on the state's vaccine website to schedule a covert 19 appointment. Fewer than 12,000 appointments have actually been scheduled. Deputy State Health Commissioner Keith reads as appointment availability is dependent on vaccine supply. Just asked people tol be patient with us as we work through this and understand the scenario and we're here. Tonto. Serve Oklahomans. I'm Margo Moreno. In other news, state Senator Michael Bergstrom says lawmakers need to make sure that burdensome regulations aren't discouraging the entrepreneurial spirit of Oklahomans. He's filed a bill to prohibit cities and towns from requiring a home based business to obtain a permit license or variants. In order to operate on Lee. Reasonable regulations would be allowed. 15 states across the nation of exempted religious gatherings from covert 19 restrictions, and state Senator George Burns of Pollard wants Oklahoma to be next. He's filed a bill that would prohibit the government from closing or restricting access to churches, houses of worship and religious institutions. He says they could not be deemed non essential and be forced to close their doors, including during a pandemic. The Oklahoma economy pulled back by almost 4% during calendar year. 2020 State Treasurer Randy McDaniel says state tax collections Total $13 billion last year, down by about 520 million from the previous year. Oil and gas tax revenue was down 40%. I'm Marco Marino. Hey.

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"george burns" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

05:30 min | 2 years ago

"george burns" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Hollywood the george burns and gracie allen show. Now here's your host. Wyatt cox of full hour of comedy with the new edgar bergen show featuring charlie mccarthy and all of their regular friends including jack kirkwood gary crosby carol richards in the melanin. You won't hear much of the musical acts but you will hear a lot of comedy. Let's get into it from january. I nineteen fifty-six the new edgar bergen our hollywood. It's the new ad govern our with china. Mccarthy.

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Hong Kong Arrests Jimmy Lai, Media Mogul, Under National Security Law

3 Dimensional Wealth Radio

00:52 sec | 2 years ago

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.

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Carl Reiner, actor, comic and 'Dick van Dyke Show' creator, dies at 98

Brian Lehrer

00:39 sec | 2 years ago

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

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