21 Burst results for "Green Acres"

"green acres" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

The Ben Shapiro Show

02:41 min | Last month

"green acres" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

"Now, here is another aspect of this. The left, they hate Trump. And we have, obviously, a reactionary country in which if the left hates a thing, the right immediately says that the thing is good. At the left hates, Ron DeSantis, just as much as they hate Trump. And they hate Ron DeSantis for a different reason than they hate Trump. They hate Trump because yes, obviously he politically opposes much of their agenda. Also they hate Trump because they see Trump as sort of a class trader. Trump was a guy who should have been in their corner. Until about 2014, he was very socially liberal, Donald Trump. Donald Trump was a person who had won Emmy Awards. He had performed at the Emmys, singing about green acres. I'm not kidding. In that tape is available. This was a person who was very, very, he was at Bill and Hillary Clinton. Or at the wedding of Chelsea Clinton. This is a person who is widely known and an understood in left wing circles and then he turned on them and they hate him for cultural reasons. The reason that the left hates Ron DeSantis is specifically and solely because he is an effective advocate of right wing policies. That is the reason they hate to santas. Otherwise, they never would have noticed desantis. The reason they hate to Santa is precisely why many Republicans want to see desantis elected. Because he's an effective advocate of conservative policies that have broad spectrum appeal, which is how you turn a .4% victory in 2018 into a 20 victory in 2022. And you can see their hatred is just, it's virulent. For Ronda's hands it's in the same way it was for Trump. So if the great draw for you with regard to Trump was, that Donald Trump is the person the left hates most, I'm not sure that's actually true. I'm not sure that's actually true. They may hate him most on sort of a gut level. They find him gross and he annoys them in vulgar and all that. But the reason they actually hate desantis is because they're afraid to Santa is good at his job. That is the reason they hate him. I'm just going to give you one example. Stephen Colbert was no longer a comedian. Stephen Colbert is just the second worst. White House press secretary after Korea Jean Pierre. Colbert, last night. On his show, talked about desantis versus Trump. And listen to the way he describes this because these are two very, very different politicians. Ron DeSantis is a very disciplined politician who, for example, does not release videos of himself calling himself better than Lincoln in Washington and then trying to sell you a $99 worthless digital token. Iran is a very effective governor of a major state in the United States. And here's Stephen Colbert likening the two because this is how the left thinks of desantis. So again, if the chief draw for you for Trump is the left hates him, they hate his hand to stew and his fantasies wildly, wildly effective. New wall street journal poll says that in a hypothetical GOP primary matchup, desantis beats the former president 52 percent to 38%. Yay.

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‘Torso Killer’ admits killing 5 women decades ago near NYC

AP News Radio

01:00 min | 2 months ago

‘Torso Killer’ admits killing 5 women decades ago near NYC

"A convicted serial killer in New York has gotten another life sentence behind bars after confessing to 5 more killings on Long Island in the 60s and 70s. 76 year old Richard cottingham is considered one of the most prolific serial killers in America, already jailed for 11 homicides. This defendant has caused irreparable harm to so many people and so many families. There's almost nothing I can say to give comfort to anyone. That's our county district attorney and Donnelly on WABC TV, says cottingham has confessed in court to 5 more killings. In exchange for a conviction on just one additional count. 23 year old Diane Cusick, who was accosted and killed, after buying shoes at the green acres mall in 1968. John Moyes spent decades wondering who killed his mother. He thanks the detectives who never gave up. The sun shines brightly. Because justice has been served. I'm Jackie Quinn

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"green acres" Discussed on Bob and Sheri

Bob and Sheri

03:22 min | 7 months ago

"green acres" Discussed on Bob and Sheri

"Now I couldn't answer another. You heard the eye. Yeah, yeah. So, that is Eva Gabor singing. I just adore a penthouse view. No way. From the green acres theme. So that's where that I came from that they sampled. He put them before. I'm gonna go back. Here it again comes up here. So that's where.

"green acres" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

05:42 min | 11 months ago

"green acres" Discussed on KOMO

"Missed and drizzle out there will be a little bit cooler by Wednesday and Thursday as we finish the month of March In the kuma four weather center I'm meteorologist Shannon O'Donnell And we have 53 in downtown Seattle our northwest news time coming up on 6 36 Before much longer some of us could be in line for a second booster dose of COVID-19 vaccine reporting on this in The Washington Post as Lena sun who spoke with Taylor van seiss Presumably it's the same formulation of vaccine but does the dosage change from the first booster No it's the same dosage Second booster for people who we think the FDA will say is 50 who are 50 and older And there has been a lot of discussion for some time now on whether folks in this older age group will need another booster because immunity wanes with vaccines as part of the natural process And there's been a lot of discussion in the scientific community and also within the government about whether it makes sense to do one now And our reporting suggests that they will go ahead and authorize a second booster for people who are 50 and older It could come as early as tomorrow As far as efficacy is concerned what do we know What has been seen internationally The data from Israel suggests that people who have gotten a booster a second booster have been strongly protected against serious illness and the most recent study was something last week show that protected against death And the debate is whether it is a good idea to do that now because the data is really mostly from Israel or whether it makes sense to wait until we know more and find out whether the booster should be targeting something that's omicron specific Right now the vaccine is the original strain And that is something that folks are trying to decide and also game out whether the BA two sub variant the cousin of omicron how bad that will be and is there are many variables going on and when if we see another surge in the United States of BA two as we have seen in Europe whether it makes sense to go ahead and do something now to give older people who are more vulnerable greater protection or to wait until we know more And just from my own perspective you know it seems like okay I had the first shot got my second shot had my boost or two Is this sort of the road that we're going to be on for a number of years or are we working toward a spot where we're going to get to one shot a year or maybe two a year I think that they're trying to sort all that out now And the FDA has scheduled a advisory committee meeting in early April to discuss the larger question And I think there is a feeling that perhaps we will be going to getting an annual shot like we do for the flu Lina son with us on northwest news radio reporter for The Washington Post and as Lena reports there could be a decision as soon as tomorrow on whether or not the FDA is going to give the okay to a second booster dose of COVID-19 vaccine Lina thanks for taking time with us today And that's Taylor van syce Well Spain is deciding to start treating COVID like a normal illness similar to the flu ABC's and as delicate Terra has more from the foreign desk Starting this week those in Spain who have become infected with COVID-19 and experience only mild symptoms will be allowed to continue leading a normal life Neither testing nor home isolation will be mandatory only those who are at risk will continue to face restrictions those over 60 for instance or with compromised immune systems Masks are still mandated in public indoor spaces and on public transportation In as delicate ABC News at the foreign desk And it's now time for a check on sports the kugs taken in the sights of the Big Apple before a big basketball game details from Bill Schwartz and a Beacon plumbing sports update In Pullman green acres is a place to be but this week Kyle Smith in Washington state are digging Manhattan We're staying in the town of Times Square So there's obviously a little opportunity to go to Central Park on their all or do some exploring not typical windows but you get a feel at just the vibrance of the city the people that actually quite a bit different than Pullman Yeah the big apples the whole world different Wazoo won three games to reach the NIT semifinals and Tuesday night will be in Madison Square Garden playing Texas a and M in the valley of the Arizona sun the Mariners got a solid four and third inning start from Robbie ray to hit a piece from JP Crawford and Mitch Hannah ger this afternoon and beat the Texas Rangers 6 to 5 the ems are now 5 and three in cactus league action The Monday night hockey schedule finds the Seattle kraken skating against the kings at LA's crypto arena the same team's battle in that building Saturday night with the kraken falling four to two Detroit gets the host the 2024 NFL Draft that city was a finalist for next month's event which will be in Las Vegas Sports was for its ten and 40 after the hour northwest news radio The United States 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"green acres" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

04:53 min | 1 year ago

"green acres" Discussed on KTOK

"And I've asked you guys if you've used ultra pet, Please go onto Amazon by one of our one of our products there. For 50% off and and please put a review up there. People need to know about this. The reason why we're doing this. This incredible discount is so that we can get people that have experienced that. Have pets, um, to be able to share the powerful testimonies that people have been having with you listening to super health. That's Adam. Pain. I'm Kyle Drew. I love reviews on Amazon. By the way, I There are so many times where, Okay, You're seeing some reviews, and I want to read the good ones and bad ones. And when the bad ones are, you know it arrived in the thing was crushed and it was opened. And so therefore I hate it. That's not telling me about the product, but so I want to know if it's working or not. And if there's a whole bunch of that say this is awful. It's never worked. I do it exactly what they say. I did it for six months. That is a meaningful bad review. Correct? Uh, not very meaningful. Bad review is like I said, I didn't like the color The color offended me. What's with the orange? I'm an OU guy, which that's something I probably would say if I did, but the thing about it is Is that, like you said. Pets do not experience a placebo effect. And, uh, placebo effect is well, you're thinking that this thing is going to work, and so you swallow it, and, by golly, it works and it turns out there was really nothing in it and well, that's a placebo effect. Which, by the way, is a show unto itself. I always say I think we should make the placebo effect work for us. We can actually make a whole radio program called the Placebo Effect. Well, I halfway thought when I was doing nutrition counseling, I almost wanted to call. Uh we were going to open a brick and mortar clinic and I want almost call it placebo effect because all of the physicians who didn't like alternative medicine Always said Well, it's just a placebo effect. And I said Fine, let's Yeah, significant. Did it work that's really well. Yes, but it was not real. It didn't come from a drug. But but there is no placebo effect with pets and That's one of the stories and I don't Josh is told Some great stories of people have used it with. I think their dogs well, he had a camp that was he was going to put down. And that's right. And little Lucy Little Lucy, and the Cat is still purring today, Arriving every time he goes out of town, I go and feed the cat, and she's a doll, and she's perfect Little calico and doing Really doing great. And so I didn't know that See, it's Here's the thing That's also interesting Talk about turnaround stories on the show a lot, you know humans but also pets. I remember we were living in Rockwall, Texas, when I was first hired by Doug Hoffman to work with him, and we moved down there for a couple of years. And we had a little calico cat and it was just going downhill fast, and the vet said. We need to put it asleep and we were just about to move back to Oklahoma City. My wife said. If he's going to, she's going to die. She's going to die in Oklahoma, Not Texas. Wow. So we're no, we're not letting her put him to sleep. Which I That's a good okey for you right there, But we brought her back. And do you know we changed her food and did some different things. And the little girl thrive for years? Wow more years, and they were about to put her to sleep. This is happening with humans. This is happening with animals. Sometimes there are humans that are wishing that somebody would just pull the plug on them because they're in so much pain. They're miserable. This is one of the reasons that I love what you're doing, Adam Pain You're doing some things that change quality and in some cases, even quantity. Uh, of life. I really believe. And it's the stuff about curcumin that we don't talk about, because then it crosses FDA lines. But I will tell you this is why I call it the everybody every day Curcumin. And it's the only one that this show recommends. It's from ultra Britannica. Get him at the health food stores. You know the ones Dotson's in Norman Green Acres on the South Side. Old over it. Meridian Avenue. Nutrition, Omega Health, Woot. Uh, they've got a little a little bit of it at Akins and a whole bunch of places in between. You know the places you hear him every week, but go to ultra today dot com.

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"green acres" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"green acres" Discussed on KTOK

"Whether your lifestyle, your exercise, everything you're doing is heading in the right direction or whether you're heading away from the right with that right direction. All right, What did we learn today? We know that Ph balance is important and balance means that the acidic part should stay site slightly acidic and the alkaline parts need to stay slightly alkaline. We learned that we're not Just pouring baking soda, which is highly alkaline into a glass of water and drinking it down, hoping that the whole body will be alkali ized. Big big problems come from that kind of activity. Um, it's an It's an understandable activity. All of the misinformation that people have read online and in books and talk to their favorite guru. It is ridiculous. There are fake doctors out there who make products and their products are super expensive, and it's a little more than baking soda water, and it's not doing you favors. What we need is something that naturally balances it out. And that means if the if it's to alkalinity brings you back into the healing range if it's too acidic It brings you up to the healing range and the healing ranges between 7.1 and 7.5. It's going to take a few weeks to get you there. But once you're there, why not just stay there? Why don't you be like me and my family? We have been taking sell power, literally, for maybe 10 years now. And we don't even think about it. I mean, just every day. We're just putting drops in our water. No, don't even think about it. I haven't tested my pH. Gosh, and I bet three years, Bert, but back when I was testing it all the time sell power. I began taking the cell power and in about a month for me, my pH was perfect and it stayed perfect and I just want to keep doing the thing that's keeping it perfect. Green Acres has the cell.

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"green acres" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

07:46 min | 1 year ago

"green acres" Discussed on 850 WFTL

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"green acres" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

08:42 min | 1 year ago

"green acres" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Do you know? I don't know, man. Oh, man. Dad, you know? Get out. So long, dude. Okay. Don't baby me. Help me down with you. Get angry. You know? Fine. Never Can so come on. Yes. E can't down. Good time for us. Oh, No, I don't love you. Eat my short strong with our spiral grab that are trapper keeper while listening to the greatest hits of the eighties Love the eighties. Anything from the eighties. This is the eighties a day on Sonny, one of 79. I don't want You give me a sign paychecks breathing even closer, right? Around you. Smell proud, really like Him, you masses. Not with the fires to close a high end run you by my side. I understand it's time you give me just a moment. Don't you, Mr Brown? Just going fine. How do you know? I'm you know, I'm just I'm just Store run. Got you? Nothing. Mm hmm. Just don't ride. Why are you Sonny one? Oh, 79 Paying your bills. Annabelle Sosa from Green Acres. I won't so great. You made my day. My me I am so excited. We're paying your bills for $500.4 chances every week day to win, starting in 9:20 A.m.. This is Dave Martin cover. It is from Stuart. Yeah. Or you just listening to the radio crossing your fingers. I was gonna call your name for $500 are waiting every time. Oh, local winners register now for free on the ass. Or it's sunny one. Oh, 79 dot com. You guys are definitely the best. Oh, my God $500 to pay your bills. Sonny, one of 79 traffic.

"green acres" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

05:36 min | 1 year ago

"green acres" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Yeah. Sounds like a carnival on the microphone. Smells like a beer on. They set up a fine. Put bread in my charge. Say, man, What are you doing here allowed it. Innit? Sing us a song to die for about a day and you got a feeling all right? Sonny one. Oh 79, the greatest hits of the seventies eighties and nineties. And nothing gets me down. You got it tough. I've seen the tub so around No. Even just how you feel Well with Bunches get words really? Just see is here. Yes. I need the words that you see. Can't you see what a lot of well jobs out there? Don't look for your job. You. Who said that, baby? How you be your second down now, you won't know until you You could just see this thing here get recognition. I'm just saying. I just got general Job job job. Oh, yeah. Okay? Friends well, job. Job job job. Job. Sonny one. Oh 79 Your bills Annabelle Sosa from green acres. I don't so great. You made my day. My me I am so excited. We're paying your bills for $500.4 chances every week day to win, starting in 9:20 A.m.. This is Dave Martin cover. It is from Stuart. Yeah. Where you just listening to the radio crossing your fingers? I was gonna call your name for $500 are waiting every time. Oh, local winners register now for free on the ass. Or it's sunny one. Oh, $79. You guys are definitely the best. My guy $500 to pay your bills, Sonny. One of 79 traffic.

"green acres" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

03:17 min | 1 year ago

"green acres" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Someone spending Val. People say I'm crazy. Just a little touch. Wouldn't maybe it does remind me. Oh, thank you, but that's why I always been so funny one You know, I always wanted to do was playing tricks on me. No, no more of a name is watching me. Well, it's the mailman watching man, but I don't feel safe anymore, Would it matter? I wonder who's watching me now. The arrest was some kind of mind and I have no privacy. I'll always be somebody's watching to me, just like always. Somebody's wife, Rex. I always feel like somebody's mind. Was playing tricks on me. You can always there like this one. I don't was here last month. Sonny one. Oh 79 Your bills Annabelle Sosa from green acres. I don't so great. You made my day. My weak. I have so excited. We're paying your bills for $500.4 chances every week day to win, starting at 9:20 a.m. today, Martin cover it is from Stuart. Yeah. Or you just listening to the radio crossing your fingers. I was gonna call your name for $500 waiting every time. Oh, local winners register now for free on the end, or it's sunny one. Oh, 79 dot com. You guys are definitely the best. Oh, my God $500 to pay your bills. Sonny, one of 79 traffic traffic brought to buy off lease only dot com shop more than 4000 of the nicest 2017 to 2020 vehicles. All price thousands below retail right now it off Lease only dot com Call 561222 Cars 561222 cars off, Please. Only calm..

"green acres" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

07:53 min | 1 year ago

"green acres" Discussed on 850 WFTL

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"green acres" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

10:20 min | 2 years ago

"green acres" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"It wasn't no, not tonight. All right now, so moments gone. There must be something that I just died for nothing. Kids soon. Maybe you better find us in their eyes and their words are really clear. So beat it. Just read it. You better run. You better do it, Jack. Don't want no good. Don't feel much of a man. You want me to I don't know what you can't so maybe I don't wanna be bad. Johnson. Please meet your chance, man. You wanted to do what you can sew stuff you have. Yeah. Not bad, right? Yeah. Baby. Okay, okay. So it's always sunny in green acres when you're listening to one of seven none. Lucy, Did you travel home? There's one day next day gone, sometimes you're being and sometimes just sometimes you turn your back to win in this world That's a really dark and doing where blues one Harvard you anymore with brave out free loving soul. Come round with me to the distinction way won't wait. Break down the goddamn key. There's not much time today. Oh, man, these cities and now this town's it's in my blood, and it's all a little rip. I loved you now. Like I loved you. Then this is the road and these of the head more than big to those Memphis names, Cabin bathroom. Thank you. Those legs not with down back up again in my blood amount of loving man. No, I'll be there with that comes in. Just tell him that way. Oh, Where do you want a job? No way. Oh, no. Why A deal's a deal between you a misunderstanding ones now. I know that I can't go around. Don't know I'll be there when the light comes in and just jam with Bob. Wait. Oh, my way. Wait one driving on my love again. You begin to get me out. Oh, my baby. Oh, okay. No one's home. Every weekend is an eighties.

"green acres" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

11:34 min | 2 years ago

"green acres" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Great. Resulting corner sometime today. That's good. She'll marry me so fast away myself. Okay? Hey, Hey, hey. Yeah, Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah. It's always sunny and green Acres when you're listening to one of 79, Jamaica, Take it. Go, baby. Oh, There's a place called Cooker. That's where you wanna go to get away from now by using this You're going to pay down a girl who take me God. That monster honesty, dark industry. My by five After Dale my country again drop in good contact out there waiting to take you. Friends. I want to catch a glimpse. Everybody, no place like home And now you want me to go away for good? Moved a number of them both to go, go, go. Eat my short strong with our Spiro graph in our trapper keeper while listening to the greatest hits of the eighties Love the eighties. Anything from the eighties. This is the eighties today on Sonny, one of 79. Stop that. Oh, yes. Oh, yes, I was with But I'm a mother. Yeah. Oh, Every weekend is an eighties weekend on Sonny, One of 79 all your favorite songs and artists from the eighties all weekend long. We're gonna kick it off tomorrow afternoon at three o'clock right here on study, one of 79..

"green acres" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

11:43 min | 2 years ago

"green acres" Discussed on 850 WFTL

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"green acres" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

07:04 min | 2 years ago

"green acres" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"But let's go back to the late sixties on TV and specifically on CBS. You had shows like The Beverly Hillbillies and Green Acres and Mayberry R D, and you know, they call them all of these rural shows Petticoat Junction that was the mainstay on television and Maura than that Thies were top rated shows. These were shows in the top 10 and a new bigwig came in to CBS and canceled All of them. And and let's just stop and think about that before we go any further. That would mean that is that is unheard of in all of you guys, all of you, my talkers, especially because of stations like this. You guys are very educated in the behind the scenes machinations in terms and stuff of television and how this works. You guys know that would be unheard of today for a network executive to go in and say we want to change the whole feel of us. So we're gonna cancel Bridge or 10, you know, would be like Netflix canceling the Great British Baking show and Bridger Tin and the crown because they want to do a new image. No, don't do it in smaller batches. Yes, They want to make their mark in some way. But you're right. Not that dramatic. No, no. So dude went in there and canceled. All of these, and I mean in one swoop, got rid of all of them and said, We want to make CBS and television Mork contemporary because also think of the culture in the late sixties. Things were changing. This wasn't the Donna Reed father knows Best era. That was all kind of going out. Vietnam was raging the There was the counter culture and music was changing, and it was just a different era and they saw that they saw the writing on the wall so all in the family started this. The show was originally pitched to ABC, but they were dealing with the show. I can't remember the title of it, but ABC had just put on a show that was ravaged. It was it was just a disaster, so they wanted to stay away from anything controversial. So the new CBS gang was in there, and they're like, Hey, we'll take this. We love this city. We love this show. So they met with Norman Lear, and they put it on the air, but not without worry. Famously, the premiere of the famously the warning. There was a warning put by CBS before the first episode of All in the family, aired on on CBS and CBS headquarters put on an army of operators. Before the first episode. Uh, I know that part. Oh, yeah. Just just field the calls, huh? Oh, yeah. They thought for sure that CBS was going to be inundated with with calls. So CBS hired a whole army off operators to take these calls and it never. It never materialized. It? Never. Yes, there was a smattering. But the calls really never never came to be. And so they put the show on the air, and it was an instant success. It was one of the rare shows that was number one in the ratings for five consecutive years. Um, yeah, we just continued. The first two weeks. It's just, you know, let's see if we like it. But for them to continue on like that for that long and you watch too. Ah, lot of this stuff still relevant today still could run now and still Yeah, that's what's going on. Yeah, Gosh, It's sad. Isn't it sad? It is kind of 50 years later, sad and but also, you know what's also, I don't know if it's ironic. But the episodes couldn't air As they were. You couldn't say the words that all in the family said that, Archie said, And even though you know, Archie, the character of Archie was supposed to show Um Supposed to show the audience that racism, you know, supposed toe, laugh it, Archie and show the absurdity of racism. And on all of these jokes that, aren't you, you know, gay jokes. You could never, ever ever put these episodes on network TV today because Archie Archie would use the n word. And the P word for Polish Americans and horror. You know the F word for gay Americans, and you would never be able to do that now without Much controversy right without William Networks would even approve that, but but they did it, and they tackled all of these topics head on like no other show had done, Kenny. Do you remember watching it or having it in the zeitgeist when you were younger? It was in reruns when I was three runs. Yeah, that's why I thought tension. Yeah, so it wasn't it? It wasn't an evening appointment viewing for me. It was later on when they'd show it in the afternoons. And so yeah. Just like it. Yeah, I thought initially I thought it was funny, but Would drove me away from it. Was. I don't know if I've ever heard anybody say this. There was way too much yelling. There was always always yelling Archie and Meathead, Archie and Gloria just Constantly always drove me crazy, and it's one of the things I don't like about mash, especially later on the late versions of MASH. It's just I just can't take all the yelling and preaching and yelling and yelling and yelling and yelling and fighting! It drives me crazy! Really? I Kenny, I didn't know that! Oh, God, it's just non stop yelling. My favorite episode was I think it was. It might have been meathead, but I know it was Archie. They were both locked in the basement, and they found unopened bottle of booze. And they both got plowed together. And maybe it was Archie alone. I don't know, but it was really, really good. And there was some kind of come to Jesus moments during that episode, and not a lot of yelling. Oh, I never heard that. Here's Here's from American Masters Norman Lear from PBS. Here's Rob Reiner, who played Meathead talking about that disclaimer that CBS Put in front of the episode because of well the content take a listen to this and you know, we follow goodbye and good luck. And the fact is CBS was nervous about it. They put on.

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"green acres" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

11:40 min | 2 years ago

"green acres" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"What then you say my name? Pigeons and saves you Three of me. And let me by myself so Man three. Thanks, General. C'mere. Don't start me. Joe got my got me in your home can drain your heart. But please come in. Yeah, although, after probably somewhere classy. Oh, my God. These are the greatest hits of the seventies, eighties and nineties from the Anna Jar and the being accident. Attorney studios. Have you been injured in an accident? Call the law offices of Manage our Levin 1 807 47 free. That's 1 807 473733 You're listening to W T F F West Palm Beach, South Florida's sunny one of 79. Something much level peaches. You don't love him. Wow. Gives you So you think that you know you love your country is dying with me. Thank you. It's always sunny and green Acres when you're listening to one of 79. I'm not the small one son was gonna turn out from news. Just stop myself. Whatever so Let's go. Yeah. Yeah. Still my girl. The place is waiting for his master. See that? Time taking gold hide in my music. Forget the day and dream of a girl I used to know because my cheese Yeah. You got to let me know. Should I stay or should I go? If you say that you are mine. I'll be here till the end of time. So you've got to let me know..

"green acres" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

07:26 min | 2 years ago

"green acres" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Young ones, let's step back in the way back machine, the corner and thank you. Thank you $3. Now that's three years 25 cents, like all these shopping carts, but now it's $3 to use the way back machine. But but let's go back to the late sixties on TV and specifically on CBS. You had shows like The Beverly Hillbillies and Green Acres and Mayberry R D, and you know, they call them all of these rural shows Petticoat Junction that was the mainstay on television and Maurer than that. Thies were top rated shows Thies were shows in the top 10 and a new bigwig came in to CBS and canceled All of them. And and let's just stop and think about that before we go any further. That would mean that is that is unheard of in all of you guys, all of you, my talkers, especially because of stations like this. You guys are very educated in the behind the scenes machinations in terms and stuff of television and how this works. You guys know that would be unheard of today for a network executive to go in and say we want to change the whole feel of us. So we're gonna cancel Bridge or 10, you know, would be like Netflix canceling the Great British Baking Show and Bridger Tin and the crown because they want to do a new image know they'll do it in smaller batches. Yeah, they they want to make their mark in some way. But you're right. Not that dramatic. No, no. So dude went in there and canceled all of these, and I mean in one swoop, got rid of all of them and said We wanna make CBS and television Mork contemporary because also think of the culture in the late sixties. Things were changing. This wasn't the Donna Reed father knows Best era. That was all kind of going out. Vietnam was raging the There was the counter culture and music was changing, and it was just a different era and they saw that they saw the writing on the wall so all in the family started this. The show was originally pitched to ABC, but they were dealing with the show. I can't remember the title of it, but ABC had just put on a show that was ravaged. It was it was just a disaster, so they wanted to stay away from anything controversial. So the new CBS gang was in there, and they're like, Hey, we'll take this. We love this city. We love this show. So they met with Norman Lear, and they put it on the air, but not without worry. Famously, the premiere of the famously the warning There was a warning put by CBS before the first episode of all in the family aired. On on CBS and CBS headquarters put on an army of operators before the first episode. Uh, I know that part Oh, yeah. Just just field the calls, huh? Oh, yeah. They thought for sure that CBS was going to be inundated with with calls. So CBS hired a whole army off operators to take these calls and it never. It never materialized. It never Yes, there was a smattering, but the calls really never never came to be. And so they put the show on the air, and it was an instant success. It was one of the rare shows that was number one in the ratings for five consecutive years. Um, yeah, We just continued that first two weeks. It's just, you know. Let's see if we like it. But for them to continue on like that for that long well, and you watch, too. Ah, lot of this stuff still relevant today still could run now and still. Yeah, that's what's going on. Yeah, Gosh, it's sad. Isn't it sad? It is kind of 50 years later, sad and but also, you know what's also, I don't know if it's ironic, but the episodes couldn't air As they were. You couldn't say the words that all in the family said that, Archie said, And even though you know, Archie, the character of Archie was supposed to show, um Supposed to show the audience that racism you know, supposed toe, laugh it, Archie and show the absurdity of racism and on all of these jokes that, aren't you gay jokes. You could never, ever ever put these episodes on network TV today because Archie Archie would use the n word. And the P word for Polish Americans and horror. You know the F word for gay Americans, and you would never be able to do that now without Much controversy right without William Networks would even approve that, but but they did it, and they tackled all of these topics head on like no other show had done, Kenny. Do you remember watching it or having it in the zeitgeist when you were younger? It was in reruns when I was three runs. Yeah, that's why I thought tension, you know? Yeah. So it wasn't it? It wasn't an evening appointment viewing for me. It was later on when they'd short in the afternoons. It so Yeah. Just like it. Yeah, I thought initially I thought it was funny, but what drove me away from it. Was on. I don't know if I've ever heard anybody say this. There was way too much yelling. There was always always yelling Archie and Meathead, Archie and Gloria just Constantly drove me crazy, and it's one of the things I don't like about mash, especially later on the late versions of MASH. It's just I just can't take all the yelling and preaching and yelling and yelling and yelling and yelling and fighting. It drives me crazy! Really? I Kenny, I didn't know that. Oh, God, It's just non stop yelling. My favorite episode was I think it was. It might have been meathead, but I know it was Archie. They were both locked in the basement, and they found a unopened bottle of booze. And they both got plowed together. And maybe it was Archie alone. I don't know, but it was really, really good. And there was some kind of come to Jesus moments during that episode, and not a lot of yelling. Oh, I never heard that. Here's Here's from American Masters Norman Lear from PBS. Here's Rob Reiner, who played Meathead talking about that disclaimer that CBS Put in front of the episode because of well the content take a listen to this and you know, we follow goodbye and good luck. And the fact is CBS was nervous about it. They put on a big disclaimer saying, you know, essentially We don't want We don't have anything to do with this show warning..

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"green acres" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

11:31 min | 2 years ago

"green acres" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Burns just like plain shoes. I swear I find myself again. Why not? Down my Children, but I couldn't No way. Shut down. Something dark. Something might go wrong way. Don't go there, okay? Down the road that I must travel is always sunny and green Acres when you're listening to one of 79. You win. What What you gonna do with how do you know what Hey, What about my girl? Okay? No. You wanna get Money girl. Don't let that day. Let me go. Oh, my gosh. Leak. Take a chill pill eighties. It's will keep coming isn't all eighties weekend on Sonny, one of 79. Yes. Home home video where you see it on you. Sickening mother. So, you know. Yes. Thank you. There. Yes. Yeah. Nothing. Is that what you're saying? Right? From the energy are and the bean accident. Attorney studios. Have you been injured in an accident? Call the law offices of Anna Jarring Levin 1 807 47 free. That's 1 807 473733 you're listening to an all eighties weekend will return after these messages wth them. West Palm Beach, South Florida's sunny Winter 79. Never seen your lovely Is it tonight? Never seen your shine so bright..

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Education and AI

Data Crunch

04:10 min | 3 years ago

Education and AI

"Today we chat with David Growl Nick. President and CEO of cloudy scope learning. I've had a longtime interest in both education and technology. Going way way back as I was lucky enough to go to an elementary school outside of Washington. Dc called green acres. School in Rockville Maryland. Which was very project based so was non traditional education. You WORKED ON PROJECTS. You worked collaboratively with people you were. Teachers will was almost as much an advisor and mentor is a traditional teacher. Wasn't person in front of the room talking at you. And you learn how to learn how to think creatively and pursue your own interests and learn by doing and to all of that state with me as I got older and I developed interest in technology from a really young age. I had my first computer at thirteen which was at a time when people did not have a computer at thirteen and was interested in through that in how computers could learn what what did artificial intelligence mean and it was a field that was was a bit of a mystery and ended up as I was fishing. College getting the work of an artificial intelligence professionally and Roger. Shank who was at Yale and Roger was just at the time leaving Yale with some faculty to start an institute northwestern university that brought together cognitive psychology computer science and they I and education to apply artificial intelligence techniques to education and so I did my program and ended up being asked to focus particularly on business problems in the corporate world and worked with some corporate clients through Andersen Consulting. And it's kind of what you know the work that continues to this day. Yeah that's great. What what year around where you're doing you're just so sharp. Phd For me was starting in eighty nine and wrapping up in ninety four. Got It okay. So that was before the wave. Hit everything right. You guys are working on this stuff on the cutting edge. Sounds like yeah absolutely it was. It was We were considered on the cutting edge. Cutting EDGE LAB. We were written up in the early days of wired magazine and all that kind of stuff and it was really interesting place to be a tremendous group of people. We had some of them. I still work with to this day. We had people who were excellent writers with people who are really cutting edge thinkers in AI and in education and an in cognitive psychology with sometimes almost the cognitive side sometimes gets left out right. It's you know how do you how do you think and learn how do you how do you understand what you're what you're experiencing and all of that goes into designing experience. Yeah those are really really fascinating place to be built on a lot of the principles that that I kind of believed in my formative years and couldn't work any better. Yeah that's awesome now. You've seen this whole progression of AI. Machine learning all the. What's your perspective on that? Since you've you've lived this entire cycle now yeah I've lived yeah. I've lived a few cycles when when I first started doing it it was kind of you know the You know the almost almost became the dying gaze of of a at one point right like we were doing really interesting things. I think in applying it to education but as a field was considered was considered a failure the years since my PhD were mostly. What's considered a winter? You know really. It just didn't have high hopes we expected to be in a jetsons like world and we are not what happened and now. I've seen the renaissance and the renaissance has been certainly interesting to see. There's a lot more computing power now which has helped. There's a lot more public interest in and understanding of what I could be an some of. That's probably more more good than bad. Sometimes there's a little scary. We also are in danger of being over hyped once again and I think that's the thing that we we look at them and I'll talk to people sometimes even about what's possible. What kind of conversations online systems can have with people and there's usually it overstatement of what reality is and so. I think that's something to be cautious of as as we move forward and keep thinking about where I a I techniques and machine learning which which to me which attrition list is a subset of I can fit in and not you know not overstate and not necessarily feel like the goal has to be a fully functional human replacement. I don't know that that's a societal gopher lotteries INS but even in terms of technology. It's not clear that that's what we need. And and particularly the world of education. It's not clear that that's what we would want

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Dick Miller, Prolific Character Actor Known for ‘Gremlins,’ Dies at 90

Nick Digilio

01:25 min | 4 years ago

Dick Miller, Prolific Character Actor Known for ‘Gremlins,’ Dies at 90

"My lot of my colleagues got to got to meet him in a couple of my colleagues did the Cuna with him. And they said he was a just a wonderful guy and really really cool and the the the documentary called that guy. Dick Miller is really great. And and if anybody deserves a tribute and a documentary about their life as a character actor dick Miller, he passed away yesterday was ninety years old lived a nice full life. Great family, sixty years in the business one hundred and eighty two credits to his name. So we had a good life. You had a real good life, and he brought joy to a lot of people. And and I'm right near the top of that list of people who loved dick Miller. So we're paying tribute to him, and I'm just gonna go and just throw out some titles in some projects that he did because it's ridiculous. The amount of stuff that he did in. How many weird in great and awesome movies? He was in. Here's Mark on WGN. I'm Mark green from Cleveland. Yes. Okay. A a, but really good credit? I remember for Louis was remember in nineteen sixty seven western call the time for killing. I think Glenn Ford starred in it. I do not. Okay. So dick was into along with another great character actor cuter. You might remember him as nude Kylie from green acres, sir. Yeah. So anyway, they are I guess won't be set during the civil war in day or two guys who capture a soldier from

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Scott Ole, Roosevelt Park and Detroit discussed on The Paul W. Smith Show

The Paul W. Smith Show

01:44 min | 5 years ago

Scott Ole, Roosevelt Park and Detroit discussed on The Paul W. Smith Show

"Korea his strategy on trade even telling republican members to relax on their criticism because he would have it all figured out and when it came to immigration himself a somewhat ambiguous endorsement of two house republican proposals that they're trying to consider on the house floor later this week the fbi may have edited and changed witness reports in the hillary rodham clinton and russia investigations according to a house republican in a hearing into fbi and justice department misconduct congressman mark meadows of north carolina also raised the possibility that the fbi misled the department of justice watchdog in an attempt to hide the identities of two f b i employees who were sending antitrump messages beijing accuses the us extreme pressure in blackmailing in the wake of president trump's threat to impose a ten percent tariff on two hundred billion dollars more of chinese goods here's correspondent nic robertson on when the penalties may take a fact that the sort of fifty billion dollar taras at first round president trump is authorized and china's responded to go into effect from the us side on the sixth of july of as far as the sort of two hundred billion goes that would take some time to begin to put that into effect as a lot of details that has to be worked out in the interim canada's senate has given final passage to the bill to legalize recreational marijuana in canada canadians will have to wait at least a few months so legally by marijuana the michigan state board of trustees meets today and tomorrow in a retreat their next formal meeting of the board is friday as the interim president john engler is under fire in the aftermath of the larry nassar scandal will ford give a new name to the detroit train station after its renovated well here's a possibility what about green acres sizable building project plan near the old train station detected by wjr's ken rogulski at the scene of the train station event yesterday huge barn is being planned for vacant piece of property just a stone's throw away from the old depot owner scott ole says we've dismantled a barn from grand rapids and we're going to put it on this particular parcel here right off roosevelt park board by board that's correct how big is this barn it's about seventy five hundred square feet and but they fold up a little smaller than that it's already halfway here it's a up in mid town on a an another piece of property we own and ready to go all labeled stacked up in numbered lowell ads it'll take about a year for the foundation and other year and a half to build it and they plan to rent it out for weddings right across from the old depot ken rogulski wjr news news.

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