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"groucho marx" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"I think it was a great Groucho Marx who once said you gotta love a politician now they create all the problems and then they fix them with your money I'm a good soldier on the savage nation and doctor savage of the back tomorrow all right so we're showing you the weaponization the Democrats are chomping on the bit to use this of course to create their socialist utopia I don't know what clean water and green new deal than this for free and that for free and health care for free and all that has to do with with covert nineteen but that's what they're ready to do in the second two trillion dollar bailout but this is the political partisan weaponization of covert nineteen now I told you to look forward to this and now here we are it's starting to happen they're going to start putting this all through the filter of their obsession and their world view and and their agenda of what they're trying to create so watch how covert nineteen is someone's fault and how people love this color suffered more than people of that color people of this economic class were able to have access to testing and god covert a lot less than people that make this much money how quickly is going to become back to illegals back to race back to pour back to envy and envy to control you so that they can get that outcome well you can't start without the poster child right A. O. C. cut a these additional deaths many of them are unnecessary their deaths of incompetence their deaths of science denial their deaths of inequality and down and so it's important for us to acknowledge how unnecessary the level of of crisis that we are at right now that is due to the incompetence of this administration that is due to the lack of responsiveness this administration when it comes to the particular cruelty to undocumented immigrants so according to A. O. C. Donald Trump not cove it killed all these people not hi there Sean Hannity and I'm not gonna but the president stopping the travel as early as did as he did that they were all criticizing as racist probably was the most significant thing to save lives the problem is because China was slow and telling it wasn't soon enough but make no mistake about it they weaponized and they and the weapon is pointed at somebody and that from AOC is clearly pointed at Donald Trump let's see if cut fourteen is any different quality environmental racism these are pre existing conditions and when you have a pandemic similar to what we saw with hurricane ready yeah when you have a natural disaster or an event like a pandemic hit communities that have already been ravaged by weekend healthcare systems weakened infrastructure the south Bronx is one of the highest childhood asthma rates in the country okay what do we know we know if you're fat we know if you're pre diabetic diabetic have smoked for a long period of time or elderly or with an immune deficiency are already pre existing heart and or lung condition this is deadly but for ninety eight percent it's not a pre existing deadly condition but again this is her weaponizing at her pointing the weapon at Donald Trump and the great Susan rice who has so much room to talk after Benghazi she even chimed in rather than moving immediately from very early January to do the things that they that we know we have to do get in place the testing capacity that the scale it up so that is widely available the surge the purchase and the distribution of personal protective equipment ventilators masks gloves gowns are and get back to our hospital systems built out of bed capacity Rick call back medical parolees things that states and locals are now doing on the fly these are the things that we know we needed to do and do at the outset and so they didn't do that they waited two months it's not the one month at the New York times headline you wasted money it was a wasted two months and those two months have meant the difference between many tens of thousands of Americans dying who who might otherwise not have died I will many tens of thousands have not even died yet so I don't know how she does her math but the bottom line is I think what you can hear whether its who's who who dusted her.
"groucho marx" Discussed on Inspirado Projecto
"Him in an album or are they gonNA get lost in shovel in talking along just okay okay. Increases Inclusiveness. Yeah I couldn't believe seek ramp with the beard. There was a there was quite a rarity so break cigarette hanging out of his mouth Groucho Marx. Glasses classes on too much drink. Ansi put the Viking helmet now. So so have you had to drive. I had to drive home walks. Oh why am lack of Renault's Geisha girl. Now let me see you wanNA keep these off the cuff screencrush concuss ninety-one Rebecca's two four nine hundred. They.
How Winston Churchill defeated Nazism despite his 'black dog'
"Now today on the show visual defend our island whatever they got maybe we should fight on the beaches on the landing grounds the field and in the street fighting the hill will never surrender churchill the subject of countless plies movies drama series documentaries and biographies indeed believe it or not there have been a thousand Churchill Biographies One thousand the first biography was written in nineteen ninety five and the author of the latest one is our guest today now according to the prominent British columnist and historian Tom and heffer regular guest on this program this most recent Churchill biographies the best single volume imaginable of a man whose life would seem take impossible to get into a single volume the book is called Churchill Walking with destiny and the author is Andrew Roberts who's written other water declined books including a biography on Napoleon and the storm of war a new history of the Second World War Andrew Welcome to ABC Radio Thank you Tony took great on us now as I mentioned they've already been a thousand Churchill books published what's different about yours when I was very fortunate that there's been an enormous amount of sources that have come out over the last five years since I've been writing this book the Queen allows me to be the first Churchill biographer to use of his diaries and came due to sex mets church every Tuesday at the second mobile church who trusted him the great secret civil war and luckily rate down everything churchill say within forty one new sense of papers have been deposed to church college archives in the Cambridge University and other people like the servies investor time I even mice gate rations diaries basic become available giving those same in fact now on top of the dates and accounts of the war cabinet but I discovered six years ago allows me to have some they pretty much every page book it's never appeared in nature to focus okay well let's start with Churchill's upbringing can you tell us about Winston's parents briefly well he's talking to the upper cloth he was a charismatic successful Victorian politician he became chance of Exchan- so you never saw any of genius in Churchill and green to netted frankly they all the Stanford right to any sound full of contempt and to stay and his son Winston continue to love him and Martin and when his father died when Winston was twenty he raises who's focusing in Winston sorry randolph someone's name and he basically didn't allow it to to scream up whereas his mother also route took nations over to she was a great American future in society maybe something offense with the Prince of Wales Austrian about Saddam heels Okay and you went to school did he do you have did you have much luck at school I mean what sort of student was he he was a monster the student and he made himself out to be it's very rare for politicians to try and make themselves out to be thicker than they genuinely All I it should be in fact that being the dumbs 'cause he portrayed himself broke free my life he in fact was in the top third of all the classes ooh okay well let's turn to Churchill politics because he wasn't always a conservative he crossed the parliamentary floor in Nantes in four over the threat four government opposed to free trade in non white at thirty three he was the youngest cabinet member in forty years and then of course he was pretty significant figuring the British military from an early age this is of Relevance to Australians Andrew What do you wrote about his filings glibly in Nineteen fifteen well of course he was responsible for the idea of the of attacking the Straits of the dodgers novels and it was a brilliant idea to come off name one of the great strategic tunes of the of history of all Pfaff but as we all know say silently on the eighteenth of March nineteen fifteen Liane go six ships foods straits and then of course largely town to Him we double down and and landed all the way through fifteen and of course over the next eight months few one hundred forty seven thousand casualties suffered in the in the West Inside Straight so this was a drastic and terrible decision but one boots the real problem came in implementation well yeah okay now we went into politics to elect liberals rejoined the conservatives in the mid nineteen twenties what did he do that because the conservatives came back to the idea of free trade they it'd been the policy that let's say that's the party he joined the Nipples does the Conservatives dumps feature each and David intense you're often attributed with the quite quite I if a man is not a suspect I by the time he's twenty he has no heart if he's not a conservative by the time he's forty he has no brain churchill really say that I am and unfortunately there are lots of great lines like that but he didn't say he might have if you're going to keep going for example make the safest shape about about lady astor drinking coffee around any number of things keeping lucky men like Groucho Marx no power say funny things people with cheating too even if you didn't say those funny things it was talking about Winston Churchill with Andrew Roberts now Andrew your account numerous occasions when Churchill cheated death in your fi. He survived a school stabbing Cuban Bullets Boer Artillery German shells on the western front a near drowning replaying crushes three car accidents and a house fire Croaky and I'm actually very serious mainly at the age of eleven nomadic agent doctors administered brandy to the inevitable and which she wanted to be so you will send you make the point the church will develop the art of seeing virtually everything through the prism of history yeah it was the fact that he wasn't himself from historic congruent several extremely good he's a genius he was widely seen as Virginia wasn't he won the Nobel Prize for literature and actually he's unhappy about that because the price for peace that he was going to win communicants history who actually has been disappointed when he got the Nobel Prize which shop now we talk about a lot of people think of Churchill he's attitude towards the Nazis and Hitler and of course the British policy of appeasement toward Nazi Germany people forget this but in the late thirties it was actually popular with the British people tell us more about how Churchill riled against the spirit of the Times in the lightning thirties well he was only a final team is it's like jeeze you grew up with Jesus father did like the whole day with them they appreciated the service they it says humanity he was honest from quite an early age and saying he had an early warning system came during the Nazis that a lot of the other people in many wrench AC- rights didn't have also were so we mentioned earlier in being an historian he he sold the threat let's go to the European balance of power that we opposed and EDUC- seen fanaticism place in his life in a way that the other primary tonight people standing Naples we will never change and didn't say he was the first major predisposition of the decade the only major politician to not only warn against Hitler Nazis but also talk with an idea about what do I e rearming especially in the air the by the way you know you obviously know John Howard our second longest serving prime minister did you know that he's middle name is Winston it was named by his parents in mid Naughty thirty nine? When as we've discussed Winston Churchill was anything but the flavor of the month he was seen as yesterday's man rod that shows John's parents and Great must be full size. This is searching tremendously impressive actually I didn't know that's in Ann Arbor got I think yeah well during the war Churchill husband and relations with the United States which meant that America applied an important role in helping Britain defeat awesome but what about the altar pace conference towards the end of World War Two was not Churchill's finest hour why well because they back large number of famine of Yugoslavs to to get to Marshal Tito too because he he basically killed them and a hand backlog Germans and ethnic Germans who an ethnic Russians as well actually Cossacks to stone promptly murdered them as well so as far as the share sort of real politique day was concerned they had to believe result in general had to believe starlings were vulne- that he was going to get to respect the integrity and independence another eastern European countries but unfortunately Adelson those deals went shot which net new Mexico's yeah false assurances by S- talented the free elections would be held in eastern Europe but I mean you bit hot on Churchill because many historians would decide that the dying FDI he essentially stitched Churchill up I didn't believe that case I've been I've found myself we H mccown superbowl cabinet Churchill held on return from Yalta in which very much that he thought he could business was done in the deeper deep stalling the only alternative to trust on of course he was for that much thin walls and it's very other fueled fairness of course because in a million Russian soldiers variant at the time he was also at Folsom Missouri in March Ninety six When you made the Great Iron Kerr in speech the first major Western politician to warn against started was doing in eastern Europe
"groucho marx" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Groucho Marx. Honestly, they kind of have an she is. Julian a, you know, we've had her on our show. We she's been in our studio or we died over shoes. Always she just where they just the greatest. She's beyond glamorous. Okay. She's so glamorous. And she Donnie are so real, and they hear the same things over and over from people, and they just couldn't be nicer, and we were in their sweet in Las Vegas when they they're very first Christmas show Donnie member when they sent us we got sent there for like forty eight hours, and he he's just they both are as real as can be. So this is brilliant on the part of the talk because I think a lot of people of all ages and stages like, Marie Osmond. Right. And remember Burris no stranger to talk shows. Donny Marie used to have a syndicated talk show back in the day an afternoon in my crazy Donnie Google that if she hadn't talk show a solo show. Yes. I'm not sure about that. But Donny and Marie. I remember because I was a little, but they had a talk show nineteen ninety thousand because I remember 'cause they used to come home and watch the after school. It was like a three thirty show. Maybe that's what I'm thinking of Holly Marie the debuted on October first two thousand twelve and it only lasted until July twenty thirteen it was on the home. It was on the hallmark. And it just wasn't produced. It wasn't. It wasn't the, but she fits in the table of women because she's going to be able to keep the conversation going, and she will have stories. Kashirin Osborne has some great stories. Yes. Marie osmond. To scoop down over a little bit here in Osborne because Marie? Yes. She's got some stories. Yeah. And just a reminder Donny Murray's residency at the Flamingo ending in November of TMZ reporting. Of course, she's going to have to do double duty. He'll be in Los Angeles in the afternoon for the taping of the talk and then easily fly out to do the Vegas show sheep and doing that thing for eleven years you could into that in their sleep probably at this point. Yeah. And she and she's a hard worker. Yes. He really is. Yes. I mean, she Donnie they just like, well they've been working their whole life. Yeah. Just, you know, par for the course, I remember when they told us the story. I can't remember if it was in Vegas Donnie on one of the times. Donny Marie we're on that. Maybe Donny told us or might have been Marie that time. She came in her limo from the Flamingo to Planet Hollywood to be in person. And her their parents would not let them leave the performed at fairgrounds as the osmond's, and they could not leave until everyone who wanted their tickets sub audit. Graft autograph because those people are paid two dollars. Come and see them. Yeah. And so she said, we always stay until the last person goes if I mean, they do meet and greet psych. Nobody. I mean, she they're consummate professionals completely completely like that. Yeah. So I mean, I really like. Yeah. He'd be asked. That is good. And that's going to be exciting for Marie? Yes. Now, it hasn't been confirmed by CBS TMZ is reporting this. But you know that somebody leaked it. To themselves. Are you know, couldn't wanted? I think that this might be up on our website mytalk one seven one dot com. But Kensington Palace last hour, we were talking about Royal Instagram's? But William and Kate's Instagram, they debuted new pictures of Princess Charlotte today, and boy she all grown up and she looks just like dad, she's outside playing nature and her little. Birth. And you know, I have a glam toddler like that the Casey's granddaughter. She can't she's my glam daughter because I never had a baby. So how can I be a mother grandmother? Glam daughter. He is four and she's the same the same age eighty dress up. And she's going to miss a she's going to probably lose a tooth soon. And by the way, speaking of other photographs of the cast of the two thousand Charlie's angels, two Barrymore Cameron Diaz Lucy Liu end Demi Moore, they all re reunited for Lucy lose star on the Hollywood walk of fame today. All looking great love it. I love it. I love Donny was is it easy. Traffic.
A Tale Of Two Dollar Stores
"You would go into a store, and there would be a bunch of stuff in there that would only cost a dollar and during the great recession this meant a lot to people customers poured into dollar stores in two thousand nine Dollar General already had nearly six thousand stores today. It has about fifteen thousand stores Family Dollar was a bit smaller had roughly six thousand stores in two thousand nine now it has almost nine thousand and both stores were basically going after the same customers that WalMart targets. But these stores could go where WalMart's couldn't like in cities, for instance, New York, there is a Dollar General and Family Dollar both pretty close to where I live in Brooklyn. They also went really hard into small rural areas where the population was not big enough to support a whole WalMart superstore lake that three hours outside of Saint Louis drive down. There we go through this little town, and it's got like twelve hundred people to Family Dollar Dollar General and a little low. Grocery store. I mean, the nearest WalMart's like thirty five to forty minutes away. This is Brian Yarbrough. He's a consumer analyst at Edward Jones. When the economy slows down, they actually perform a little better because you'll see people trade down. So people will go into some of the higher price grocery stores and places, and they'll trade down into the dollar store environment. So in the teeth of the recession Family Dollar Dollar General. We're just having their moment the bad times for the economy or the good times for dollar stores. But when the recession ended, and the recovery started these stores made very different bets on how to survive during the recovery, and you can see the difference in these shopping bags that I brought back from both stores. So I up Dollar General Dollar General decided we are gonna go hard after the mini WalMart thing. They basically became a grocery store, and this makes sense, right? Because in good times and bad people always need the basics, groceries pet food detergent and dollar generals. Like, we are going to be the place where people can get cheap basics. So you can see. In here basics. Yeah. Got a got a carton of milk. Sure. Dollar General basically went hard after the grocery segment of the market. So buying Yarbrough says mall. It's convenient way home though. I need some milk or anything bread. You can be in and out in you know, two or three minutes versus, you know, go to a WalMart supercenter, and it could be a fifteen or twenty minute ordeal. That's journey. Exactly. So I went to the Dollar General store near me, and I could see all this right away. It was really nice. It was super clean and well organized, right? When I walked in. There was this big fancy. Starbucks display. They're selling some new kind of canned Espresso got you. Again. You know me. So well, that's exciting. And I got you a red bull. Just in case in case. And they had all the name brands like everything you might have on your grocery list. Chips. Ahoy the peeps. Of course. It'd be easy heaps. It's like a whole variety of things. Some of this stuff is like a treat at love it. All right. Exactly. So I spent about thirty dollars on all this stuff. You know? So the prices are good, but not super super-low, but it was very easy to navigate. It was really pleasant shopping experience that shiny yellow cards everything was organized, and then I wanna few blocks away to Family Dollar, so Family Dollar two very different tack. They went really hard on the dollar part. So after all there's a promise in the name of a dollar store. Right. And they kept this promise. But in order to keep things price low. You can't really have regular groceries. Right. You can't live like eight kinds of chips ahoy, and you know, Starbucks displays and things like that diversity, right? Like if you're enforcing the price. You're not going to be able to get everything you want for that same price and in order to keep. Prices that that low you end up having to kind of get a bunch of weird stuff. Right. Like, a hodgepodge lot of food and weird small packages very excited about this. There's this Honey nut Cheerios. That's like I like cutting Cheerios, but it's like yours. To servings or something it's like a packet bills. Have a lot of off brand stuff. Like, there's this energy drink red bull. I've got here a drink called rip it energy with a picture of a soldier holding a flag a gun in the colors of the American flag. This is like super patriotic energy, Drake. And you know, it takes the edge off of a heart afternoon card marshmallow offering marshmallows. Yeah. You also end up with this kind of grab bag of stuff that's made in India and China kind of whatever fell off the truck that week a little bit more candy holiday decorations seasonal type items galaxy allow that comes from China a lot of its discretionary nature driving people with these great deals. I mean Family Dollar brings in whatever. It can Mark down. The selection is more random. So like here is an Easter banner for you. I got to a paper crown check it out. This is my favorite purchase a skittles flavored candle handle, I know eight for my gift from me to you for your house when a glow sword. Okay, close. Yeah. I know. Yeah. We're gonna have to wear those around the office knows glasses a package of six gradu- marks knows last night with the mustache and everything six of them for a dollar. So in order to keep their prices, low Family Dollar did not invest in fancy stores the way the Dollar General did they kept overhead low, and you know, the stores as a result are a little hard to navigate I spent like three times longer in the Family Dollar store into the lots of poking around. And and honestly the experience of being in the store was a little bit unpleasant. Like, right when you walk in. This automated voice told you you were being monitored. I mean, all the stuff was just a dollar. So the deals were actually really amazing. I kinda couldn't believe all the stuff I could get for dollar so Cardiff who dollar stores to business models one chain bet on the dollar one chain bet against the dollar, which one do you think is still thriving? I'm gonna guess Dollar General. You are right. Okay. Dollar General has been killing it brought in customers with higher. Income during the downturn. And some of those customers are still customers today. They didn't leave them Dollar General has grown every single quarter. For nearly a decade. Brian Yarbrough said going upscale ish kind of paid off people like shopping there, and they like the deals so even when times got better and people could maybe afford to shop in a more expensive store. They didn't they kept shopping Dollar General because they liked it. And also because Dollar General is a big chain. They're able to get lower prices for a lot of the name brand stuff. They carry an offer better deals than like local grocery stores in rural areas or corner stores in cities Family Dollar on the other hand did not fare. So well as the economy improved people are willing to spend a little bit more on things like holiday decorations, and candy, and cutlery, and pens and skittles candles, and they wanted a more pleasant shopping experience and Family Dollar kind of went sideways again, I think when dollars was investing opening new stores updating and remodeling stores and family. Which is kind of plotting the loan. You know, I think Dollar General took a lot of market share and took a lot of customers. Now, I think, you know, Family Dollar struggling to gain those back Stanley dollar was bought out years back, and it just announced that it is going to close nearly four hundred locations totally rethink its business model, it'll probably also start to leave the dollar part behind things are probably gonna get more expensive there, which makes me a little bit sad because you know, where else are you gonna find like six Groucho Marx glasses for a dollar on the other hand if the economy goes into recession again, then maybe their fortunes will switch yet. They could be singing a happy. Tune with one dog. Purple plastic recorder that
"groucho marx" Discussed on KGO 810
"Coach. What does that was Groucho Marx? I radio performance on this very day in the year of one thousand nine hundred and thirty to nine thirty two while still funny. They had funny. People back with their hope is the straight man in my incorrect in that. Yeah. Yeah. Right. Yeah. Is it really? Yeah. Kind of funny to think isn't it that you could go back to the five thousand years ago, and they probably had people that would just kill you without funny. I'm making a lot of money selling camel. Really, how do you do? Same. Yeah. That's probably would it be the most surprising thing. It's the same joke. Right. Take my pharaoh. Please. Everybody giggles. We go. The pyramids are pointed on. Avenue. Nature. Does not change doesn't. That is one of the great truths that as soon as you learn it, you understand politics a lot better. And you stop giving up on utopian schemes because you understand people will act like people have always acted always amazed by as a guy who's been studying. What makes what is funny, and what is not my life. Timing is so important, you wouldn't even you don't even need the words in that. If it was just dot dot dot dot dot dot dot dot, the timing is perfect. Right there. Yeah. Timing and the inflections amazing. What are your other headlines.
"groucho marx" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"I was going to do this at the end of the hour. But there's so many great Charlie Brennan clips in the system here. I just want to start playing on there. So good a little bit earlier. I was in today to record with a business client. I do the business of family business here on the weekends on came waxing the recording another episode. So I had a chance to talk to Charlie. And it's funny. Thirty years of broadcasting a cammo ex it's pretty remarkable for a talk radio show host was like no big deal to him. It's just another day. Charlie Brandon another day. I did get to witness the whole nother story in person where Kevin Kling was interviewing Charlie, and I'm gonna play that for you in a minute. But there's all kinds of great audio clips here that if if you listen to his program from earlier, I'm gonna just start playing he's unto excited to to not playing at this point. If there's any K Molex historians, I know people have listened to this radio station forever. Does anyone know whose voice this is KOMO X welcomes for at your service programming? Charlie Brennan that sounds like Groucho Marx to me. That sounds like Groucho Marx KOMO X welcomes for at your service programming. Charlie Brennan, I wanna say char Groucho was dead by Eighty-eight when Charlie started Groucho Marx die undergo been gone by then. But listen to some of these clips did you hear the one the Richard Simmons that air just a little bit ago? Where's that one producer, Mike if you can find Richard Simmons has been in hiding he doesn't talk to anyone that can't be from right now. Can it could it have do we have the ability to get Richard Simmons? And we for whatever reason can't the only person he'll talk to in the entire world is Charlie. We're gonna hold on. Let's see if we can find is that it. I don't know. If you have it put it back in the system. I want to listen to that one more time, we don't have it anymore. Now. It's gone for good. Well, how about a couple of ones here? Like, this one was pretty good. There's a Bob Costas one in here. It's funny to listen to all of these. Hi, this is Bob Costas. You know when Charlie Brennan, I arrived at the voices, Saint Louis camel X, many of us gave him thirty minutes. Maybe thirty days now, all of a sudden, it's thirty years. How he did. It is a mystery to all of us. But congratulations, Charlie. No really who who knows who's. This would be a great trivia question whose voice is this? Okay. I'm Rx welcomes for at your service programming. Charlie. Brennan September twentieth. Nineteen Eighty-eight check it here. The very first show. Some broadcasters are really good at keeping an archive of their work. Others are not I'm in the middle. Somewhere wonder if Charlie keeps an archive I should ask him about that. Governor parson was did you catch that that was kinda cool like here's governor parson?.
"groucho marx" Discussed on KTRH
"Song So that's Groucho Marx of course from, one of, my favorite comedies of all time horse feathers let me change the subject to a survey that. Just got released by Bank right this week. The number one reason? Americans? Are losing sleep are you losing sleep sixty nine percent of Americans say they occasionally lose sleep to something they're worried about is that you ju seven out of ten Americans are lying awake staring at. The ceiling out of fears out of worries. The number one reason now it's not money you thought? It, was whilst would. I talk about it no that's number two the. Number one reason forty-one. Percent say their relationships the number two, reasons thirty six, percent? Of Americans is money money and relationships right it all goes hand, in hand, is my wife Jean. To say personal finances more personal, than finance so between the two of them I'm willing to bet that some, of those relationships, challenges are related to money not saving enough not Spending enough too much burden and workload of. Dealing with the finances. The other ones too cavalier not all, engaged or involved, yeah? And some of the you know this is transferring into some very, real serious, stuff according to one. Set of statistics that just came, out based on census bureau data Americans sixty five and older are filing for, bankruptcy in record, numbers Yes he can't say. Wait a minute yeah they're they're finally more bankruptcies than they were in nineteen Ninety-one which. Is what the data tells us ten times more than, in nineteen Ninety-one. It's not because they're more of them who are alive they were seventeen percent. Of the population now they're nineteen percent of the population so there's pretty. Much the same number of, on a percentage basis but the. Reason is because there's been a shift in responsibility for caring. For older people employers and government wants did it through pensions and benefits but not anymore individuals are now responsible for..
"groucho marx" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"So. That's Groucho Marx of course from one of my. Favorite comedies of all time horse feathers let me change the, subject to a, survey? That just got released by Bank rate this week. The number one reason, Americans are, losing sleep are you. Losing sleep at sixty nine percent, of Americans say they occasionally lose sleep to something they're worried about is that, you ju seven out of, ten Americans are lying awake, staring at the ceiling out of. Fears out of worries the number one reason no it's not money you thought it was why else would I talk about it no that's number two the number one reason forty-one percent say their. Relationships the number two reason thirty six percent of Americans is money money and relationships right. It all goes hand in. Hand, is my wife Jean loves to. Say personal finances more personal than finance so between the, two of them I'm. Willing, to bet that some of. Those relationships, challenges are, related, to money not say saving enough Not spending enough too much, burden and workload of dealing with the finances the other ones too cavalier not, all engaged or involved Yeah and some of the you. Know this transferring into some very real serious stuff according to one set, of statistics that just came out based on census bureau data Americans sixty. Five and older are filing, for bankruptcy in record numbers Yes he can't say. Wait a minute yeah they're they're funding. More bankruptcies than they were in one. Thousand nine hundred one which is what the data tells us ten. Times more than in nineteen Ninety-one it's not because they're more of them who are alive. They were seventeen percent of the population now they're nineteen, percent of the. Population so there's pretty much the same number of on a percentage basis but. The reason is because there's been a shift in responsibility for caring for. Older people employers and government, wants did it through pensions and..
"groucho marx" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"I want to get your thoughts and his do your pets go to heaven i remember the movie all dogs go to heaven i don't think they do but the bible looking here at david jeremiah's blog the bible does not clearly state whether we see our pets again in heaven but there are scriptures that suggest the presence of animals in heaven so i don't know i always thought that the the pets don't go to heaven heaven is only for human beings but either way do we really want to be taken our dogs do we really want to be taken our dogs to church and how do you feel about that one eight hundred two eight three one zero one point five and the other question i've got to is the church is now you know there's so many people still go to church there are a lot of people who don't go to church the churches are trying to find ways to get people to come back to church what would get you to go back to church if you don't go to church but on the words groucho marx this is the most ridiculous thing i've ever heard another great groucho saying basically i can't find it now here it is here it is here it is outside of a dog a book is man's best friend inside of a dog is too hard to read that's a good groucho marx line if you don't know groucho marx's google you'll be very entertained but i can't understand why on earth anyone we want to bring their pet the church and how do you feel about it would you do that is church really the place to bring pets i mean you ever have you ever see what happens like when dogs see each other on the street now that times the amount of dogs in the room not to mention the leg lifting going on at the side of the pews speaking of pews you ever heard the expression goes over about as well as church where do you experience a dog in church there's not enough incense to cover that up with church should be where you focus on god about the wellbeing of your pet if if you feel the need to bring your pet the church i question your wellbeing one eight.
"groucho marx" Discussed on The Filmcast
"But i think the the fact that the movie makes that villain that kind of person is a valid villainous caricature i wish we spent more time kind of building up that tension right because it's really broadly done like percival likes the oasis he just wants the key and it's you know the the lady friend whose name artists who is like the rebel or the member of the resistance and trying to stop this big corporation and everything and i wish that tension was kind of built up better just in terms of like what people want from the system with the means for the whiter world that yeah yeah yeah this world is so poorly constructed like are we are we just consuming the past at this point like people are in their vr headsets and just consuming the pass nobody is creating anything any first time we see the is it looks like a bunch of original content right that batman is peppered in but it it just hang gliding game looks kinda cool and this mountain climbing game but those are all things being consumed by the players i'm wondering what are what are people doing you know like that's like what i agree that people actually building things i don't know it does not set up like what the stakes are of possessing the away or anything like that in an interesting way go ahead similar concept was the congress from a few years ago animated film and it was the idea that if you could live in his virtual world in create a virtual avatar will to be but it was an animated film so rather than everything looking like it had to look to make all these licensing agreements because you need to really done if i two characters so they when they get their screen time it was all this really trippy animation so characters might look like the robot from tropical is or might look like groucho marx or whatever tom cruise right right right right.
"groucho marx" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Does a u turn on soldiers field road in front of me well i'm screaming at the guy the guy didn't even have this the brains to drive into the parking lot and turn around in the parking lot and come out and i'm thinking to myself if this was done to a person who wasn't maybe as alert as i was you would have had a head on collision on soldiers field road and i was really tempted i was really tempted to get out and try to do something but i thought to myself you know you gotta keep a cool i let him no i know but i called in as many expletive deleted as came to mind he could have killed himself and killed someone else and when i looked at his face i'm going i'm now a side of him and he just a jerk so that's just one one is too bad there wasn't a state police trooper there that guy anyway that's that's driving in massachusetts everybody that's driving just driving to work on a beautiful early spring night the roads well led the road is dry and all of a sudden this moron does a u turn in a four lane two lanes in each direction thanks mark let me get that off my chest and it that guy's listening tonight if i ever see you again there could be problems simple and i don't want to do a joe biden here but that's how i felt he put my life in the life of other people in danger by an absolutely stupid move people are driving like it's a race lately have you noticed saying it's like they're in a race to get that and i'm not i'm not in favor of that but but to do you turn on normally doing about forty miles an hour on that road and do do we uturn on social field road video game now they're oblivious they just my favorite word plates mark view eulogised oh if this was groucho marx groucho marx had your favorite word the magic word they bring the duck down the bolivia's olivia's my favorite word so many people are oblivious mark i love you call we'll talk soon okay have a great weekend six we are energized tonight it's friday i'm energized six one seven two five four ten.
"groucho marx" Discussed on KCBS All News
"The sound of groucho marx at carnegie hall can you hear me out there you're not missing anything run dmc and she also in this historical top twenty five gloria has stefan dave barret cbs news what's app the co founder of the messaging service urging facebook users to delete their fbi accounts over the cambridge analytic scandal brian acton quit the company this year deborah rodriguez cbs news it's three or five at the bay area's news station kcbs rain today rain tomorrow in fact rain all the way through saturday morning for the most intense rain tonight through tomorrow i'm john evans good morning here's what's happening san francisco's chief of police talk last night about how the city is trying to combat gun violence in kcbs is making goals be attended the discussion at grace cathedral on nob hill first off chief william scott says the city just budgeted eight hundred thousand dollars more towards finding gun offenders under prop sixty three specifically he says the city's probation department will now have the resources to go into the homes of those convicted of hurting their partners to make sure they don't have any firearms we all probably know those situations domestic violence type of incidents are probably one of the most volatile incidence that lead to these types of tragedies that we're talking about so this law will help to prevent some of these unfortunate things from happening anti says they're getting a lot of tracks and the hunt for gun dealers breaking state law with the new crime gun investigation center which partners the sf pd with the doj and the atf the federal authorities can then trace the ownership of that gun oftentimes that uncovers are straw purchasers people that bygones just for the purposes of selling them to somebody else which she says happens a lot at gun shows especially out of state ones making gold speak kcbs at president trump is going after oakland san francisco and the state of california again over sanctuary policies kcbs has doug sovereign said the president wants to get congress to withhold federal funding from jurisdictions that protect undocumented immigrants sacramento sheriff scott jones was among those joining a white house roundtable on sanctuary cities and states where president trump lashed out at.
"groucho marx" Discussed on WJR 760
"Country club republicans and i like uh groucho marx is statement than any club that would have me as a member i wouldn't want to join so those are some of the topics i want to talk about maybe i should invite you in right away cables scoreboard for yesterday march six where the sneering elf rachel mad cow beat hannity house as possible and he's one of the greatest progenitor of the entire conservative movement as he 90s and intellectual giant why people turning to show off and turning to her or is it that she is so charming i i don't know i don't fly their charming her and alan don't particularly do anything for me i don't quite get it unless all the people who were running away from cnn a turning to harvick if she's more left wing then cnn is if you can believe that and maybe this this is why the pelosi people and the others have decided to turn farleft they think that's where the money is that's where the action is i actually don't know the answer i don't think there are that many new leftists i think they're more motivated than they were when obama was in office and i think that's the answer i don't really think they're running towards her uh as much as they are running away from certain things you know we'll have to see the fact is i think that the quote conservatives in america have gone to sleep i think they don't really care anymore they figured they have a conservative president getting beaten up every day let him take it not them they can go on with their golfing and drinking every night what do they care i don't think there that motivated watched the motivated they run the senate the house and they have the presidency was said to be excited about when no longer the opposition party on the other side of the aisle you understand that so i don't quite know the answer maybe you do i looked up listener comments on maddow beating hannity and i could read them if you wanna red and blue state says hannity is too much alarmist everything is news alert well that's fox's thing that sweeping news alert thing every second year you.
"groucho marx" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Let's go ahead and move on to round three which is around on marxism i'm sorry marxism zoo i'll give you the set up to a classic quipped from groucho marx or at least one widely attributed to him you give me the punchline if you know it and if you don't you can still earn points for originality the first word of the punchline will always be but i'll give you that hidden for example i've had a perfectly wonderful evening but this wasn't it exactly although to tell the truth groucho himself denied that he would ever say anything so mean to anyone but who really knows all right carolyn you did so well with the example i never forget a face but in your case i'll make an exception back in in your case i'll be glad to make an exception yes tony married i can see you right now in the kitchen bending over a hot stove but there's always you divorce cynic i do it guys does that imply injury no no darted imply out uh murray's got it will let murray's murray has have you guys like too all right will tell us it across to the other side one a you i think in in in the might of the opera was one of those gags that gut made it past the censors i can see you bending over a hot stove but i can't see this stove i can't see this it's from duck soup as the pex so murray yes groucho was asked for a photograph and he responded i don't have a photograph i give you my footprints but but my feet or not princes their kings i like it it's not it's weird we use i'm i i will say it again i he was asked for photograph and he said i don't have a photograph i give you my footprints but they were lost in the sand they're stuck in front of ground chinese there's got to be something definitely any points for this not to be a plum they're having to do with graffiti like give you my footprints but their covered with film or something like that prince but i don't have any feet but they steal my soul i.
"groucho marx" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast
"To come and we roddick we were a bit for him in the show and then they called up later in the day and said groucho doesn't feel at the talking kenny do a silent walk on a little cam we rewrote the bit for silent and then when he got there he was just too sick he was just to all and um it was a so they had they had vacated a dressing room right off the set for him it was somebody else's dressing when they move them so he'd have the the star dressing room with the shortest commute and he came in and we went in and met him and he he didn't know where he was he didn't who he was meeting uh we walked him out of the sat um the comedian during the warmup that night was a friend of mine mike preman jer was during the warmup that night and nobody had told him groucho was coming and they sent every all the cast since they hadn't been seen by the audience yet snuck around the back to get to the sat and they had groucho walk out in front of the audience and mike premise you're standing there and his his old guy shuffling out wearing a beret and nobody recognized in a first while and suddenly mike realized who a wasn't he says wage on this groucho marx and the ottis just exploded cheering him and groucho didn't even hear it he just finally found his way through the curtain went to the sat they took his picture with the cast and afterwards the photographer told me they were going to destroy the photos but miraculously they turned up on the internet recently yeah hemoglobin at one on your blah yeah and.
"groucho marx" Discussed on Maltin On Movies
"Pedro gonzalez gonzalez you gotta go to youtube this is what you do you go to youtube when you type and pedro gonzalez gonzalez the first in the comes up is an episode of groucho marx is wonderful tv show you bet your life from the 1950s and he he comes out looking like a dead ringer for you the young young version of your grandfather's had to see if morning chesney founding the and the the proceeds to absolutely convulsed the audience and groucho with his if effervescent personality and his and is just the dna eva's is performing gene on a house to describe it and he made such a hit the gradual had him back again had to have him back again at least what at once or twice one time for shortlived to get my hands on i'm trying to find it right now yeah well at least at us on youtube and then he came to the attention of john wayne who fell in love with your grandad and put him under personal contract and kept him busy in films for quite a while during the 1950s people remember real bravo specially and we'll get into all of that later on to hide the mighty when that you in the igc that's how i got to meet your grandfather was when i did the audio commentary for the long unavailable film behind the mighty won't have finally released on dvd it so long as the threehour movie that we had members of the cast come at various points and do interviews as sections of the commentary track and and your grandmother and grandfather came into the audio record.
"groucho marx" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"Thank you i've been talking to duke basketball players on highly questionable recently and i don't know what aired in what has an aired in taping stuff about coach k but two stories have been told recently one of which is him out wearing like a military helmet and like with that has the word attack on it like some sort of 1950s groucho marx movie and running into the locker room and screaming and getting them all fired up in them going out but there was another one i gotta can you ask somebody highly questionable 'cause i can't remember the player who told me we talked to gray sound but i don't think it was him it might have been it might have been that coach k ran into the locker room after a braveheart moment and through a flaming spear no it into the locker room listen to me knows listen to me listen to me i don't know if this is air jet the i need to find out if this is there ought to be aggregated threw flaming spear in the locker room and it was meant to land in a bunch of wet towels that the wet towels were there and the players got in there were wondering why there were wet towels in there and then he runs in braveheart froze but then then the wall caught fire because he missed he missed i could see that being so that wonky the wet towels you missed let towels in the wall caught fire i and the way the kid told the story is that and then we ran out there and we were all excited and you know we won by thirty but i was thinking to myself men that would have been a horrible calamity and a really national scandal of epic an historic proportions if that locker room had caught fire a feel obligated to ask at this point was are also talking dog in this or an.
"groucho marx" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"The i ever since she let's be real she's she she is she can do whatever she wants as far as i'm concerned she can do whatever she wants if she wants to walk around with fyke harpo marks glass and mustache on her lowered rv events it grabbed two time i say her what did i say said harpo harpool marks groucho marx anc you kadhimain curse groucho marx glasses with the mustache on her lower derby and that's all co for she's been through a lot she's the greatest singer in the world and she's frenchcanadian and she is frenchcanadian which means the kinda are kind of sexual and french needs are very sexy people i did not know the stereotype about french kennedy i don't know if it's a stereotype but the only frenchcanadians i've ever met that are very sexual sexually peep i don't wanna see sexual because at sam third they're in touch with their sense there john kerry they've got that euro thing of like my body is my body wanna touch it you know what i mean i apologize to all the residents of quebec foyer fears bradley traders in any way back and i don't remember anybody offering a touch my body no i don't actually know that but i but i i just feel like she is entitled to be as a second does he want to the would like we'll have you seen some of the aisle fits and she's been wearing in france she wore this tracksuit i think the side of the pants said woman or something and early huge baggy sweatpants they probably cost more than your house she's walking around and what she's doing over there like i said hokka tour weaken apparently he shopping for new costumes for her vegas show his vote magazine the like you to know that she performs a minimum two hours a night five or six nights a week she dances curtseys and generally gesticulating sons abondoned in handmade ahead on the other sons of undone yes sons the band of oh sans abandon i was like fact is that china the fancy french signs and sorry radley gone with unknown ah i thought you're seeing some about a bandana now i'm trying to be fancy in french i thought that what we were doing is only all working franz no she is kind of a hamas and i.