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"honey west" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"You know what it's about. I have no idea what it's about him for, But I know that that lady in there making a leather steering with you. Oh, registering. Yes, you wass. It was registering very at the age like four. It was registering, big man. I just I just She had a good sense of humor. You know? And here, she wass. I don't still don't even know what that show was about a I'm number grown, man. I don't know what it was about, Like espionage or something. Spies are spies and something eyes were big back in that era, remember? Yeah. Like spies, spies? Well, I think she was the only one. Someone told me out, too. She was the only character and James bond move that ever married James Bond did James Bond, thes women calling themselves cause he's James Double 07 boozing and Mary, of course, is going to marry Diana Rigg. You can't pass up Diana Rigg, and here she is, in this show that's like a It's in a male kind of, I guess we would think dominated. You know, back then, even on TV gets smart and you know, my favorite uncle and all these shows news. Espionage is always by shows. There's a guy's world, but here she is holding her own. Yeah. Did you just do it better than all the guys? I mean, she represented when she did not take away from her. But do you remember a show Our character called honey West E Ideo? I don't know where from, But I do remember that. What is it? I don't know. But it was the wild. Wild West was the name of the show. I think so, Honey west any West and I feel like she was also a spy, but she might have been Like the kind of the star Anyway, honey West. Teeny Siri's Yes. TV series, Okay? Oh, honey. What? American crime dome drama. Okay, Okay, Honey, West will be the same era. Yeah, it looks like there's some black and white and then there's some colored episodes to here. Um, yeah, I don't. I don't know why. I don't remember that. You don't remember that. 1 1965. Okay. She was more of the blonde aside. She was blonde. Yeah. Nice looking gal herself. If I may say the West. I don't know who that is exactly who played the part of honey West, But yeah, then I Then I had that Delhi. Another crush, like I don't know. When Bonnie and Clyde the movie came out, Bonnie and Clyde thing was 67 68 some like that. My parents took us to the drive in movie. You know, you load up the whole family got to the fruit ridge. This was at the fruit rich driving. I'm sorry, kid. Hannah, you're carrying all the weight. You saw that movie, and I remember thinking So I was like seven. Oh, my gosh. That Faye Dunaway and Bonnie and Clyde were in that cap and she'd take the pictures with the sheriff for a the beret. Yeah, the parade whom? I guess I liked women with attitude. Yes, Then he's like, Yeah. They were holding their own on both sides of the law. Because I think Diana Rigg, miss. Her name was Emma Peel, right? I think she was on. I think the good side Yes. You think she was enforcing the law where Bonnie was breaking in. They were wild women. They're the leaders in their field time. Yeah, I liked him. You found that attractive? I did even Mary Tyler Moore. Same thing. And she represented. Yeah. Women and had, you know in jobs and roles that women weren't usually representing back then something there. Oh, my gosh. Good for you is that you're only crush Micky Dolenz. I got like 10 and Olivia Newton John. You know, as they progress in my life, I had a certain age and you get to the next day. Okay, Now it's Olivia Newton. John. Listen, anyone that's my age right now. No. Straight up that you You were either. Ah, Olivia Newton, John or Valerie Burton, Ellie. No, really, please. Those two boy, Okay? Any interesting? Yeah. Love that. But I think I told you when Olivia Newton John would sing. I honestly love you. Yeah, I thought for sure. She was saying that singing that to me. I believe she won't believe you. I believe she wass. That is to love you. Oh, she's speaking to me kitty singing, right? Yes. Oh, and I wasn't even into the soft stuff. You know, That kind.
"honey west" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
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"honey west" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK
"Warning of one in the O R? They go morning. Well as of July 4th, we have a new contender in U S President Elect. Um yes. So Tanya, running for president. And you know, initially they everybody took it as a joke, Like okay, well, this is a publicity stunt. There's no way Tanya with is running for president plus recently. Kanye West was just supporting President Trump. So it turns out, not a hope. This is real life people. Kanye West is running for president, and he says that he is no longer supporting President Trump. And in a recent interview, he stated some of the reasons he wasn't supporting Trump Mohr. And there, he's taking off the Maga hat. Um he's also Proposing the creation of a new party. So you have the Democratic Party. You had the Republican Party. In under Kanye He's proposing the birthday party. And saying Essentially, that Because when he's president, it would be like it's everybody's birthday. Um, he also claimed to have Kat run a virus. So we'll see. I mean, this is the latest turn of events. And you know at this point where 2020 is concerned, I don't think anything catches us. Off guard anymore. And so that is Conde in the birthday parties Historically miss win when you have candidates to enter into a race Ah, this far in the game. What usually happens is that usually split or divide the votes. Well. Because I think the credibility of the candidate so it really is. Be contingent upon health. Serious people think Honey West is and how credible they see us as a potential leader. In the country, and so, um There's always the chance right? There's always a team. They heal, garner large level of support. I know he claims to have the support of Tesla founder Elon Musk. You know what? That's amazing. I was surprised that actually, right? Yeah, he said they actually had been talking about it for years. And so it wasn't in. I'm not sure how the public at large will will be receptive to this. And there is the chance that coming into the game having it a a pregnant in enough of a following and Mr West does. That you know, he could make some noise. Then again, I think most people at least from the UN that are looking at this kind of like a hoax. Maybe a publicity stunt, maybe promotion for the upcoming album a lot of other things so We'll see. I mean, where music is concerning number one trending on right now, with the single that played right before we came into this segment, Wash up black stuff. We'll see Mr West, Mr West, Mr West. We will see but definitely not supporting Trump. And you know, at this point, he's becoming one of many who seemed, though they are no longer supporting 45 Okay. Okay. What's happening with the Mr President, 45 is related to the reopening of schools. So President Trump Every we've talked about it, as we've kind of seen more recently is continuing to decline in the polls, public reception. Most people killing in, though he is mishandling the crisis at large, and his latest action, do nothing but support that and so many people. Whether it's you know, health professionals next. Uh uh. Cool. Officials that everybody is really questioning this latest move on. It's almost as though he's ignoring every warning. Every piece of science to the dad of areas currently right now. Saying many compression of us saying, Hey, this has to stop. This is not a partisan or egotistical challenge. This is a crisis that help Pandemic crisis right now what we're seeing, you know, in Texas over 10,000 cases in a single day, Correct, right? 10,000. I mean, We As a country we broke the single day record of cases with over 60,000 cases of the virus in one day. Just think about that 60,000 cases. We have over 131,000 cases. Overall. You know it. It's looking for easy right now, and estimates are saying that at this rate, we could potentially have nearly 200,000 deaths in the U. S by Election Day. Nearly 200,000 deaths. We almost had three million cases in the U. S. But despite of data Trump recently reported that we're going to be in very good shape and so People are really looking at this and wondering what if you looking at what is he basing these statements off? How are we going to be in very good shape? Uh and honestly, it's being characterized and extreme. Negligent. But nonetheless, President Trump is is being very clear that he has stated his intention to place pressure on governors to reopen schools. He's really making a strong push for schools to reopen right now. Land. Even somehow creating this counter argument, saying that the Democrats want schools to remain closed because it looks good for them politically. And you know, personally, I don't even know where they're coming from, Like, where you where you getting this from? You know, there's no national testing strategy, which he he confirmed as well. And so at this point, you know it looking like just another catastrophic decision on the president's threatening to withhold federal funding. For governors in states that do not reopen school completely. But the clear fact of the matter is that there's no evidence there's no data supporting this decision. In fact, all the data is pointing against it. And so we really have to question what is driving this vision on what's really in the best interest of the country at this point, and I think we're seeing a large Support both from the health professionals, both from educators. Everybody's echoing the same sentiment. This is not safe right now. But nonetheless, that's what's being urged. Well, and then Kala reminds me because you think about you know, before every day he was doing these media. Press conferences and talking about the virus and talking about what they're doing there with the task force and now is almost like he's disassociated himself from it. And you know, and from a psychological perspective is that depersonalization that happens when you're disconnected from your.
"honey west" Discussed on KTOK
"On iheartradio. Just talking about with author, Dalia Schweitzer. Los Angeles is the city which in, in some respects. If you really go back to the very beginning after the English Puritans I landed on Plymouth rock America has been expanding westward ever since and LA was. It's destiny right because you can't go any further than that. LA and severed manifest destiny. Yeah. LA in San Francisco, kind of represent the end of the line for America. Just can't go any further west. So I think that's part of why it became sort of the apogee of the whole go west movement, it had to end in LA. And also Los Angeles is the only American major American city to grow to prominence during the entire period of time in which cars existed, like doesn't have an ox, cart, beginning really LA becomes LA after already the invention of the automobile, which is part of what why if this kind of suburban sprawl while there is no because it didn't start off as like, oh, this was originally ally. And then it kind of grew larger and larger and larger, you know that there's no central area, which I think you do traditionally have with. Towns, that started, you know, Prieta mobile. Right. That's an interesting aspect of this, that, that you brought up ready. But that gets reflected in how we look at the detective that comes out of LA, but, but also, you know, mostly when we're talking about the film Duar detective or if we're talking about the typical Pulp Fiction detective, it's guy, it's, you know, it's the male outsider it's the it's the male anarchist. It's the it's the, the subversive narrative of the, the disenfranchised men, usually a war veteran. Usually, somebody who's had it with the, you know, the with the proper society in the phoniness of America or whatever. And that isn't that isn't the case with the women. There are no female in the war detectives, right? Not that I know of. Yeah. But so how what role do how do women fit into the idea of the into detective fiction in America? What's interesting is you end up. Having to categories were either they can be an inadequate woman, meaning that they aren't very good at keeping the house clean, and keeping their husband happy and pumping out kids and all that, or they be an incompetent detective. And so, for instance, one of the ones that I talk about in my book is the character of Honey west, who was, in character in a series of books, then was brought to TV when they brought the TV she was constantly being rescued by her male colleagues, you know, there was a limit to what she could do. And then help them my God. And then he would have to come and save the day or you have a variation on that with. TV show Remington Steele, where Laura hole opens up prone detective agency, but she doesn't get any clients because nobody nobody trusts female private eye. So then she creates this fictional private eye in steel who is just always out of the office when client show up. Right. Then she gets all the clients, because she supposedly working for Remington field, which is also a twist the Miller on Charlie angels phenomenon where they do have Charlie with supervising them. We never actually see him. So he's not fictitious he exists, but he's still he's not like a very visible part. So it's like you need a man in their Hollywood thinks you need a man in there, somehow either he's the, the name of the private detective agency, or he's the void that the other end bigger phone, or he's the partner who constantly rescuing his female colleagues, you brought up the TV series, the book series originally. But then the TV series Honey, west and that was like totally show before its time. I mean, yeah, it was really flawed in the sense that it was invariably. It was still. She ended up being the damsel that needed. Risk from the guy but she was pretty self sufficient, I mean she had a gun and you karate and I've seen some of those Honey west episodes that ran on was ABC, or whoever had it. But it was, it was pretty cool and, and Francis played Honey west. And, and it was probably went through a couple of changes. I only seen a few of the episode, so I don't know what they did with it. But a lot of ways. I mean you know, she was kicking button taking names. Oh, and I think it's interesting that this show failed right? You know that it had a very short life on television. And I knew I mean, there are different times, where Hollywood tried to make a female private. I one of the one, one of the examples that I talked about in my book, it's not in Los Angeles, but it's such an interesting case that'd be that I talk about it. Anyway, is the character. V I Warshawsky, who in the book, is very sort of tough no nonsense persona. And then when they made it into a movie with Kathleen Turner funding, she's worried about her way. She's worried about if she'd be, she's worried about like, you know, if she made the wrong career choice. It's like they, you know, she, she needs a sidekick and the book just have a side tech. So it's like I don't know if it's Hollywood advertising, because they think that people wouldn't go to see a movie with. Womanhood, actually tough. I think it's over thinking it, you know, it's focus group stuff. It's, it's I remember interviewing. Nicholas meyer. Who, who did wrath of Khan, and a couple other movies, and as a as a director, but he'd been a screenwriter before that, and he talked about how there was this? I thought this was such an interesting metaphor for Hollywood. You know, he would turn any scripts, which were great. I mean Rathikant is great script, and it's a really good movie. And it helps save the whole Star Trek franchise, period. And but he used to. He said that. So typical of Hollywood is that he would get his script back after he'd been through a bunch of different hands at the studio. And there's all these comments in the margins about things that they should change, and why don't you put this as that and move this right now? You know, Boise is a hot city. So why can't this character from Boise or whatever? And he said, but nobody ever signed their comments nobody in though, nobody wanted to own them. And he said, that was that's Hollywood. He said, right there said, no. In case it failed. Nobody wanted to have it come back on them that they were the one that changed it. Exactly. That makes total sense of the prize me at all. So, so I I love that. And thank you. And I, I highly recommend people pick up. It's a it's a short book. It's an easy book, but it really will help understand that part of society, especially for people who want to write detective story important sort of have that kind of going in. But let's go back to the NBA so it reading about you couldn't help. But clicked onto that on, on your website going viral zombies viruses in the end of the world. I don't know how I miss this. I must but muster come out at a time when I wasn't on on coast to coast, because I'm I've sort of always been fascinated with the whole zombie metaphor for that matter, like why how zombies became such an important conversation. And a way of talking about other things that really aren't about the dead coming back to life. But there's something about zombies would seem to speak to us on, on many different levels. What we're where was your research on, on the, the viral -ness of the whole zombie narrative? What, what I was interested in was the fact that the sort of the contemporary, incarnation of the ambi- is so integrally woven into this sort of fear of viruses in so many of the movies and TV shows, it's a virus that turns you into his ambi- that, you know, have literally like in the TV show is on have the Dombi virus in the Walking Dead. You know, the characters have a virus attorneys them into his on me. And so one of the things that I did was I of Dondi narrative much like the detective narratives hasn't been around for that long, so you can very easily sort of step back and trace poll history. And one of the things that I find interesting, 'cause I agree with you, that zombies are very much ciphers, you know, that they represent sort of current, cultural social anxiety. So. So the first wave of being figure was the beginning of the twentieth centuries. And I can three and forty that's when you have this fascination with Haiti and Zuhdu culture. And what's interesting about those narratives is you tend to have there's, there's one zombie, right? Or maybe there's maybe there's a couple but there, there's always a voodoo master who sort of takes his victims and it's like a very kind of small scale, sort of thing, and then after World War Two, you get the idea of Vom before the massive, which is now I think we, we associate zombies with that, you know, just the one bombie walking down the streets, you know, in the Walking Dead, they wouldn't bat, an eye becomes a threat when you have sixty walking down the street. So the idea is on before becomes popular apple over to and you lose. This idea of the doom Astor, right there. It's just this anonymous hord with no sort of central thought or agency, and then inequitable become associate with, like night of the living dead in those, and then Dombi narrative kind of died down a bit and didn't really have many in the nineties, and then they, they come back and in my book, I really trace it to the resident evil video games, and then the Walking Dead comic, and twenty eight days later are sort of like the get the ball rolling as you will. And what interesting is that in all those you have, again, the connection of zombies viruses? And so decide on these being contagious. And also that everything is become accelerated, I also find very fascinating that not only do on these and move faster. And when I show, my students nine of the living dead, and you have that opening scene in the cemetery and is moving so slowly, you know, the students kind of laugh, you know, and now it's the zombies move faster. They transformed much faster. Right. You don't even have to fully die because so it's fascinating for me to look and see how house on vol's and what that tells us about ourselves. And that idea of not just so really interesting point on this, that, that it wasn't just zombies used to be these low walking, you know, ru brains kind of that was that was replaced by zombies moving at the speed of, of a fire soi. Warm. And, and, and so that's why you got in World War, Z, which I have love, but that they really take that idea of the fast moving zombie that we're all part of a mess mind. They all do the same thing all at once. And, and you get that, that, again, the virus viral analogy, which is the same thing they end up using in game of thrones with the with the white walkers that right that they move. They all come charging to the wall at the same speed as they did in World War Z. I thought that was the kind of ripped off route horsey. I thought in the way in which they treated zombies because the. I don't know where you go from that, like zombies develop wings and fly, I guess, the next thing to that. But you know, they move so quick, and they evolve so fest where there is suddenly they're dead for about two seconds. Then they come back to life. Well, if you want to talk about how.
"honey west" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast
"I suppose that kind of goes back to what you're talking about as far as the private eye being able to move through the strata. And then if you tried to put a woman into that role or a person of color into that role than they wouldn't necessarily be able to move through that strata because they've gotten one of the keys taken away from them. When did you first start to see or when war there initially female detective? Of the hardboiled nature or people of color being hard boiled. Detectives what fascinating about women is that we do have some early versions of female private eye. But she's inevitably very sexualize. So one of the early female private is is a character named Honey. West Shane was a a book a literate character. And then they'd made a TV show out of it. And she's always being described as the list in luscious and voluptuous, and you're always being told, you know, what her measurements are have sexy. She is in the book titles are hilarious girl on the lose Honey in flesh kits for a killer. Bombshell rights really kind of playing perfect show -ality, and then the TV show was only on the air on ABC for a year. And it was the first regular TV series with a. Female detective and interestingly that the male author who created her said that he came up with the name Honey west because Honey was the name for someone that you really like and she lives in the west. So that's her name and to inspired by a child of Marilyn Monroe and Mike hammer. So we've got the horrible detected in the breathy sex pot. And what's fascinating, very similar to what I was talking about with the catch is when she had a partner, but male partner, of course, help her out the when they brought it to TV he's frequently swooping to her rescue. And she'll be you know, beaten up by some thugs that he comes any rescues her she's kidnapped and he comes in rescues her. And then what's amazing if he also even know supposedly, he's not her boss, but he chastises her, and he tells her, you know, like you shouldn't have. Done that you shouldn't have done this your behaviors out of line. It's definitely problematic is like an understatement. But the show as I said it was only on they are for a year, and it didn't do too. Well. And then there's another private I'd hayme out in the late. Seventies called Alison beagle. Ordin, but that did not get moved to the television or movie spring as you talking. I'm thinking of McMillan wife. Did you ever watch that one? Oh, oh my God. That was that was one of those Saturday morning, or that's when I saw them, but they were probably more of a weekly detective show. They would rotate with things like Banha check and Columbo McCloud. And then there was McMillan and wife, and I like that it's not even her name. It's and wife, and it was one of the most sexist things ever, you really need to check it out. And I talk in the book about TV show running than steel in. The opening credits. They set up the premise of the shows you can even just watch the opening credits. But the idea is isn't Laura hole is the private eye and she went to private school and she licensed private eye, and she's actually very good at being private eye. But she opens up her own detective agency, and nobody comes because a private detective shouldn't be a woman. So then which she literally says this, and so then what she does is she invents this Hector running to steal does not exist. But just so that she can have a male's name in the title of detective agency. And then, of course, Remington Steele is always out of the office when clients show up on a business trip and a meeting and then once she puts this male label on it. Then people are lining up around the block he can force. That's okay. And then the way that Pierce Brosnan gets into it. Is there in familiar to the catch? I don't know if the catch was inspired by this. Is he the conman much like the male significant other in the catch and he's trying to con her? He's trying to con Laura Holt and she figures out what's going on. Of course. She's very smart. But then she ends up hiring him to pretend to be Remington Steele. So he doesn't have any detective skills..
"honey west" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Fifty three love bug degrees. And Ken, are you are you ready for a phone call? For a phone call. Then let's take. Michael and Attleboro. Hello, michael. Hey, how you doing guys great show as usual Morgan? Thank you. And I love it. When you bring in the people to talk about the three we'll put things. Mannix cows at a Torino that modified or what's a lot smaller than the the actual Torino. You gotta remember that show was on eleven sees eleven to twelve seasons. Changed cars. The original was a Torino. But like six years into the show. It was something else. Okay. Was it a modified Torino? I thought there were a lot longer. I couldn't tell you. If it was modified or not. Yeah. They probably wouldn't have done that back then anyway. Man. I never realized shadow brother is just watching and Alfred Hitchcock one night. Jarrell Hickman, Ken. His name was Darryl Hickman. I twain Hickman just changes same Dwayne from that. Now, did he do anything else? Can you wanna talk about Darryl Hickman, the leave it to me? I'll leave it to you. All right. They both were around in the forties as child actors and a great movie, I loved this movie was called the boy with green hair. Okay. Do you? Remember that movie Ken? Never heard of it. Yeah. I have not watched it. But I've heard of it. Yes. Beanstalk well was a kid in that movie and the Disney actually in the plot was. A kid in Ireland some school developed green hair. And all the other kids picked on him. And it turned out to be a very poignant story and one of the kids who picked on him. Was Darryl Hickman. And Darryl Hickman was in the first season. Of Dobie Gillis. Wow. As a rotating character. And I watched the first season. What was his character? I don't remember. I think because Dobie had a brother. And I think Darryl played the brother don't. I don't remember him. I don't ever remember him. All I can remember is the father all you just say, I gotta kill that. Boy, just got just got just gotta. He talked about being World War Two hero with the good conduct mental because he was in the big one WW two. Yeah. Play the file I can see his face Frank falen failing. Yes. And the mother was played by Florida free bus. And I think that's the only time I can remember in the world of TV. Where a married couple characters had repeating f f initials. Yeah. I think you're right. Yeah. Frank falen in Florida freebies. I think you're right and Florida freebies was MRs beaker men or Baker men. One of the people on the Bob Newhart show that was in group therapy. Okay. One one other thing about fifteen years fifteen maybe even twenty years ago. BC had on fled blended Malton, and you should call in. And I had asked him about the Honey west. Yes. And he was surprised it was at the time. It wasn't scheduled any type of reruns. But obviously it's been on since. Yes. In the last four or five years, but another thing that he's talked about which was really really interesting. He had said that the Johnny charts and. Put box set of all is hold shows. Yes. You said that a couple of friends of his were called to Rockefeller plaza. They were purging all the toll Kenneth scopes, and they will allow detectors many they want. It'll be all costs and show. Okay. Which is amazing. And I'm wondering if that stuff is just owned by these people that were allowed to do that. I don't know how does that interact with Honey west. Oh, it does. And it was just let them all to was talking about. I asked him about that. But that's what he was one of the things she was discussing on the show when it was okay. All right. I I've never heard that. But I'm sure that sort of thing happened. Yeah. Yeah. What a what a guest he would have made. For for to have on. He was he is is he still alive? I wonder I think he was supposed to interact in getting him for me. Morgan. Well, if he's still alive, I will try. Great. But if he's not alive kit necessarily guarantee. Thank you. Thanks a lot Bye-bye, Michael. Thank you for the call. Thank you. You know? That's that's funny that he mentions Carson because I I mean, I'm having a ball with my computer at home. And I I watched the twenty second and twenty fifth anniversary shows of of Johnny Carson tonight show. And boy, I forgot how good he was. He was so smooth. And he would roll with the punches as well as anybody if he timing if he could sense stick he would roll with it and milk it for all it was worth. Yeah, he did. And and a lot of guests to he had Jack Benny on with his violin. And Jack said I'm going to play such and such a concerto which will take about forty five minutes. You don't have the caliber of guest anymore. No. You don't you do kinda sad and that kind of sad because when I mean when he was around ban. He he always got the cream of the crop. And he was just an incredible talent. While they were different people around in those days who earned the title of celebrity. They earn. Well known. And you could put them on. And everybody in America didn't have to run to the TV guide to see this. Yeah. I mean, Jimmy Stewart was a regular guest Jonathan winters too late, Robin Williams. He he was just Jane Fonda Raquel Welsh. You're here. Just just great great pieces of talent. Yes, they were. And when you look at the people, I am not throwing sticks and stones. Jimmy fallon. Or any of the over night? Hosts me James corden has a nice shtick going with the driving around singing songs with celebrities. He had bribe's Streisand on tonight. I didn't see it. But the promos for that. But these people could not hold a candle to Johnny. They couldn't even hold a candle to Merv or dick cabinet. Oh boy again. Here we go with names and talk shows and talk show hosts Merv Griffin made a fortune with. Jeopardy and wheel of fortune. They were his they were his creations. And in fact, I remember interviewing him one Saturday night as a guest when I was on the air. I didn't have John bainer, but I had more Griffin over there you go. He's the dear boy himself. Then. That's yeah. Co host after treatment. Pro host Merv Griffin. One of his shows was for Westinghouse when bees eat was owned by that company. Those were the days, my friend. Yeah. They they sure were. It would seem that people. Don't want to latch on to the subject that we have brought up. Maybe just maybe maybe new people listening, and they they might participate. Tell them the subject again, Ken. Okay. Again, we are talking about families that are kind of not families but live together. It's not like a beaver cleaver. It's not like a father knows best. It's it's people like the people in Gilligan's island or bachelor father or and I was thinking during the commercial, and I didn't I'm not even sure if I'm right on these. But people like, I'm dick and see Spencer, right or he and she. My family. Yeah. And they necessarily weren't blood relatives. But the cohesiveness group of three four five six people. They were a family. Yeah. Exactly. And they got along as a family, and that's where Kenan I trying to do. So if you want to add call him, the TV show, you think that might. Work that way. And I'm even going to give another one. This show. Was a family. Law and order SVU. Oh, okay. All. That show's been around for two decades. Now, I used to watch all these programs, but but since all these sports have become available. I don't watch nighttime television much anymore. Periodically. I still do. Maybe I've watched them in the world of rerun. So we'll see let's take the break. And when we come back from the break, maybe we'll get some people calling in John you're on old. You'll be the first one Kenan I speak to after we take a break here. WBZ time and temperature one forty six holding it fifty three degrees. You can.
"honey west" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Honestly, this is it this is it. Listening to your show. It makes me feel so informed. That's what I'm talking about. What's going on in the news? Dana is on it is bare bone straight Noce, sir. Limited government take care of yourself, dad. Everybody else's life. The government stays out of your life. Enjoy the fruits of your labor, and whom you screw up. You got to deal with it. That's the big news of the day seriously, but not much else. Here's your participation trophy. Danish. Oh, I wanna hear what Kanye west wants to do when we're talking about criminal Justice reform more prisoner reentry. The fact is he cannot he doesn't have that depth. Just the other day he was talking about stem programs, and how we needed to have more stem programs and had to turn around and ask his colleague, what did stem mean? And so what happens when this is what happens when negro don't read, and we have this now. And now Donald Trump is going to use it, and he's going to have somebody who can stand with them and take pictures, you see it's funny because. Because he's black Honey west is black. And he's like saying he's not even saying that he's gonna vote Republican. He's just trying to find common ground with Republicans. So it's so funny, we can use identity politics diminishes humanity. Because black people can't be Republicans, nor can they be conservatives. And where can they find common ground with? Apparently is what book are sellers the saying here. Welcome to the second hour of the show. I'm Dana lash on Twitter official dental lash on Facebook that is what he's saying here. And then there's there's even more because that's not even the end of it, it it goes even further because in addition to him saying that well, Kanye west and Kanye west is simply an by the way, he's not like these celebrities that's going to the White House and just getting photos and photo ops and leaving and to her credit, and I can't even believe I'm saying that's because I'm not a fan of that families programming, but Kim Kardashian when she went she had a list of people that she would have that she thought that she. Says arguer wrongfully convicted and she wanted to wanted them freed and had a discussion about criminal Justice reform and kinda west having wants to have a discussion about criminal Justice reform, which is more movement on criminal Justice reform. Then Democrats have been promising for the past thirty years. And so instead of talking about that they want to say all he's stupid. That's why he's because. No, no, intelligent, black person would try to find common ground or try to find an issue. You know that they could. That's I mean, do you realize how that's pretty racist? That's racist. But it gets even crazier. So this is this is it's it's because then you have one of the kind of conservatives they're going to come back to that in a minute. But the these are more this is they continue and they to pile on to Kanye west wanting to go and have a conversation at the White House about criminal Justice reform. Listen, listen black folks are about to trade, Kanye west and the racial draft. Okay. They've had it with him. And he's an attention war. Like the president. He's all of a sudden. Now, the the the model spokesperson, he's he's the token negro of the of the Trump administration. This is ridiculous. And no one should be taking con- you seriously. He's clearly has issues. He's already been hospitalized. I just kind of find it interesting that someone else would say that Kenya would use that phrase that phrasing to describe Kanye west in that fashion. Particularly when that and other individuals have built up a cottage industry, betraying Republicans and conservatives conservative beliefs for screen time at CNN and MSNBC. I mean, there's an that's true. I mean, there is a market that's opened up for seen stir conservatives who've never had any original ideas. They never got enough screen time on their own. They never warranted any special attention because their ideas and opinions were never really groundbreaking or thought provoking, but they figured out that they could get screen time. If they continued to present themselves as Republicans or conservatives while simultaneously bashing Republican and conservative beliefs, and embracing identity politics, they found out that not only could they get screen time. But how they could get a contributor ship. And maybe they could get that book deal that they've always wanted right? The great pundit dream. Mm-hmm. I mean, that's I just happened to find that to be incredibly ironic that they would use that phrase to describe Kanye west when they are literally everything that I just described that's has been their actions. So to that point. So now, we're making fun of people that are mentally ill. So if you're mentally ill. You can't have any if you if you're bipolar or if you deal with depression that must that means we can't take you seriously on any policies because that's what CNN's panels arguing here. That's what they're arguing. Is that is he that much of a threat to your narrative that you have to make up crap and you have to try to denigrate people with mental illness. Do you understand what mental illnesses did these any of these individuals who are all Gavin over each other for screen time? Here do any of those individuals know anything about the mental illnesses that they are using to diminish his unanimity because he dares to be black and then think differently. Do they think that that does the service to the community that deals with those issues every single day in the United States? Did they think that that somehow helps them that it serves that community to say, well, the reason that he saying this stuff, and the reason that he's that as a black person he's want he wants to go and talk to the president about criminal Justice reform and wants to get anywhere near the Trump White House is because you know, well, he was hospitalized before he's bipolar. He's deal. He has depression. So I just find it and unprofessional and on. I mean to be harsh. With my words, I find it incredibly unprofessional that somebody would denigrate a mental illness that way and say that someone else's viewpoint because they contradict their own that it's because they're mentally ill. That's why that person believes that way. It's not that these individuals that you see or that you just heard talking on the CNN panel are so insecure within their own convictions that they can't meet up rise up and challenge a difference of opinion on merit. They have to diminish the humanity of that person by kicking it back to that person's previous mental health issue. I think it's unprofessional. I think it's lazy. And I think it further underscores my point about how there are some people who masqueraders Republicans and conservatives who could not get any screen time at all whatsoever. Unless they said stuff like this about other individuals and embrace identity politics while simultaneously trying to cop to being a Republican or a conservative. Y'all can have some seats. I find that so unprofessional and really ridiculous. Way to go to diminish and browbeat people who are dealing with mental issues because they disagree with you. Now to this point. I going from one mental illness to guy who. I don't know. I just think this guy's selfish. Michael avenue. He challenged Donald Trump junior to a fight to an enemy fight for charity. He says he doesn't have anything. He has no more lady clients. He's done. So he says that he wants a three round fight with Donald Trump junior. Really? I mean. And then he tweets this. You wanna talk about toxic masculinity here. It is. Yeah. This is the four Chan guy you he tweeted this you constantly brag. How smart you are? Meanwhile, I think it's obvious that you barely made it through Penn which happens to be where I went as well, let's both publicly released are complete pen transcripts on Friday. So people can compare agree. He desperately wants a Fallas measuring contest. Because what situated on his shoulders. Apparently isn't good enough. How many people really care about their pen record? I don't even. I just think that guy's really pathetic. I just think it's really pathetic. And kind of sad. Let's compare a clay pot creations. Yeah. That's. Recreations? Let's do this. I yeah. I I don't know. Why don't they go to and have a shooting contest? Go see who can shoot her just still. I don't know. I just think that this is also lame, and the fact that he's I guess I don't know what he wants to have this like Fallas measuring contest. That's what the says. Let's be real. That's what he's doing. Lame dude. It's lame. Nobody cares. Nobody cares about Michael avenue. Audie except Michael avenue. So Jamie Lee Curtis. Comes out for gun control, which is weird because her movies used firearms to ward off evil, which kind of contradicts what she believes really offscreen in that firearm, actually serve a purpose. They emancipate the good from evil interesting. So I wanna come back to that. Because the media is trying to go after all the people who tweeted about it. And it's just kind of funny. So we have that coming up. Oh, and then here's the other story that I wanted to share with you. We're going to talk about this right after this break in several Virginia towns like Chesapeake and elsewhere. In a number of. Virginia towns, anybody who's over the age of twelve who was trick or treating can spend time in jail or pay a fine in several towns in the state of Virginia and in Chesapeake Virginia anyway. Misdemeanor for participating in trick or treat activities. Yeah. They say that he she he or she should be guilty of a misdemeanor and punished by a fine of not less than twenty five dollars nor more than one hundred by confinement in jail, not more than six months or both anyone any if any person shall engage in the activity, commonly known as trick or treat or any other activities similar character. Blah, blah, blah under any name whatsoever. After eight PM they'll be guilty of a misdemeanor etcetera etcetera etcetera. Why? And they that really. So I don't I just think this is stupid. I I don't know if they're trying to do this by way of if they're trying to say that they're trying to put a curfew or something. But this is stupid. This is so dumb. This makes me want to dress up as a as a trigger trader and run around. With my kids all the way up to their like fourteen. Yeah. So we're gonna we're gonna talk more about this. We also have quit five on the way and Taylor swift is just profiting like mad off of woke nest. Yes.
"honey west" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"This we will talk about them, Lord lady d. bag Presenting Lord and lady douchebag of the day Got a frequent fire. For you you do his name is Connie have you heard of, him who Honey west of him at all No He's he's just a guy who does some albums and he's married to this lady named Kim? Kardashian. Yeah have you heard of them fatally? Familiar I. Know, well I'm calling him a d. bag because of his. Attire I don't like to make fun of what people wear because I've made a lot of questionable choices in my fashion. Life but when you're a west and you are Always excited to. Tell us how much you know about fashion Shoes watch. Out so she went to two chains wedding over the weekend I did not, make it. To, that neither did I also he. Got. Married, chains now. Four chains I I think he's just three chains okay No the chains and his. Longtime girlfriend kisha ward got married on. Saturday by the way they got married I think, this is. Really, interesting the Gianni Versace mansion in. Miami Is that how do they they have rented it I didn't know. That, that was a thing it used. To be a hotel at one. Point I never even realized that. It just never occurred to me. What happened to that building anyway So Connie he had an interesting fashion choice he. Wore a pair of flip flops that appear to be approximately two sizes too small with stocks That's the thing right well I think it's a thing I don't know that, it's a wedding thing The, two sizes, too small, it's almost to me look sort of like he, forgot to pack his, shoes, but north but north his. Daughter had an extra. Pair. Of flip flops and he was, like, well I'll make do with those it is the. Strangest look I, believe that, they are actually actually I don't believe they. Are part of. His collections these he's easy easy spirits but his he'll is hanging off the back it's disgusting life. He has, on socks and his, he'll is, hanging off the back? Of the shoe touching the ground I mean, why even? Wear shoes I. Guess is this a look are we going, to be, wearing too small flip. Flops probably it is the debate is thing I've ever and. He's you know whatever he's. Owning, it I still can't bring myself, to where you, know. Those, aren't even those are even. Flip like I think of flip-flops is like Those are like how shoes Yeah they're like the Adidas lives that. You, just signed your house yeah they are that I would actually wear those out in public onto a wedding, with socks. In your healing you're disgusting He knows fashion, you down Also oh man I mean and he's wearing and this, this is a lesser. Offense but I'm still mildly it's like he forgot to. Get all the way dressed he's now wearing a shirt underneath his suit coat which all I can think is like the sweaty silk inside of the dry cleaner only just also. His, suit is very. Wrinkly yeah there's that too But. That's a thing. Like. He doesn't, have to that's like that's just what's frustrating is like you the. Rest of, us have to iron our clothes but he can just be like iron liberties like. Oh it's fast and then he'll wear flip flops with, his heels hanging off I mean it. Looks, very. Incomplete does she think also Kim Kardashian looks very. Complete yeah next to him yeah I mean that's. The reason she's like a makeup team like greased her up I mean she's like shimmering. And shining. Like every, inch of her body has been, tended to she put it on her Instagram stories over the. Weekend somebody rubbing self Tanner into her. Body, yeah. Yes and, he couldn't bother to find shoes that fit I will, say the color palette. Is all there he's very monochromatic his thing and the. Socks and the ugly flip flops and the suit all match I'm sorry it feels like a minor offence but I just don't want this to spread by the way my mother. Stopped, by my house This weekend and because we live in the nineteen twenties she clips newspaper. Articles for. Me all. The time and then hands them, to me in a pile yeah right and one of them was about the casualization of America That train and by train I mean that Uber left Some unknown undisclosed. Location long ago twenty years In any case I would I don't even get me start waiting at Kanye west and his two small flip point twenty matter of time before, we're all going to, be like, wearing shorts I will never I will never I I won't even wear shorts On a Tuesday What are you got? Against who. Say's it's not I don't have. Anything against Tuesday's I don't wear short shorts Short shorts don't like me Well the good news is. You get to wear skirts. Sometimes. Some of us don't okay so? What was. His name again Kanye west hate after me Wife's name again Kim oh Well I've forgotten that I'd seen the story this morning and I was just reminded of it and thought this is, the perfect d. bag story Kim Kardashian in a team for an, upcoming episode of? That show what are they what do they call it gets called keeping. Up with the Kardashians meeting I think, they're. Asking Anyway it's hard to say in a preview for an. Upcoming. Episode, Kris Jenner lies. Dead so that our daughter can practice her funeral makeup skills pardon me show this show has jumped the proverbial sharks so, much so that an episode involves her painting her mother's face as. If her mother? Was a corpse because she wants to know what it's like to paint. Somebody's dead face okay In normal world, when that happens you actually send her to the actual morgue and have her do you don't have Kris Jenner model I'm. Just saying if they really wanted? To like, pack. A punch, with that, episode could have done a real dead body exactly at the beginning of the video Kim, confesses I feel like I know makeup very very well and, before I even go to a professional I wanna test it out on my. Mom and she says that she gets her mom to substitute is a dead body can I just practice on you just chill relax so she you know her mom lays dead on a table and Kim does her make o. m.. MG Kim said that, while she was engrossed in making her mommy beautiful Chris decided to prank her and then she would pop up her head. And yell and make loud noises? To scare, there. So wacky, those silly, Kardashian Kim confessed oh my God you really scared me I almost peed my pants So I. Hope you'll all be watch, the next, episode my gosh, they are scraping nothing. Of the barrel these days Woody? Loosely. I can, just, see them sitting around in a. Room going do this what. If what if you were dead yeah I mean honestly. It's like, they've done everything now they're really trying too hard How well Again won't be watching that and not falling for. Their anti, and again you, know this these are people that could talk about and do just about anything with their, television show and this is the best that they can come up with after this many years on TV Just play dad okay I mean we're the boobs though because somebody still watching. It that's why they keep showing up yeah but I mean is it because there's nothing else I don't know I don't know we can. Do better. America I. Know I. Agree all right when we come back on the Colleen and Bradley show more stories from, the Ragnar trail including some reactions to my van mates during this weekend long really race to a segment on our show called blinded. By the item I was caught off guard and I wanna tell you about it after this on the Colleen and Bradley show on, mytalk one. Zero seven one Finding a dimly.
"honey west" Discussed on How To Be Amazing with Michael Ian Black
"You hero you get honey west whoever is on your speed dial and you make some calls and like you have a process and people meet and they there's a memo and there are meetings in utah you understand all of it simply like you want the president to be better equipped to make that decision than some dude who happens to be on your softball team that's what we currently have it's like let's do this that's not that's not a good approach for leadership because in the process of working through these very tough issues you'll see that maybe you're what your gut instinct is is not right or what you said six years ago when you ran for president maybe not applicable now because the ground has shifted and so this is the part this is where i get the most scared it's like you like you know too much because you know the importance of that process now hard it was with smart people in a thoughtful president and so when you take what we currently have and you know that there's no process is just makes you very not just about the big decisions we know the child separation policy or whether we're going to have a some of north korea but the day to day things that aren't even getting press coverage that the the government has to do you know they're regulating are there helping protect us are theoretically be to rexona from clean water or oh you should we used to do that we used to do that yeah now they're very efficiently giving us the access to the dirt water that voters in wisconsin and michigan demanded yeah you just mentioned like all the things that get press versus the things that don't you're the communications director obviously a senior adviser how much of what we see as the public that is going how much is how much is hidden from view from the public that occurs in the white house we're seeing the tip of the iceberg you're seeing either the issues that are most consequential that the or the issues that for whatever reason whatever reason strike some sort of cord right with the public and therefore become something of coverage and but there's just like day to day work of running the government that is that secret it's just it doesn't ever get press coverage has not talked about then there is of course an entire apparatus that is trying to protect the country those are the things that no one sees but mostly it's just like a lot of the i have described this is going to seem alarming but people ask used to ask before we ended our current world like which show is the most accurate depiction of politics is house of cards is it scandal as it west winger veep and i would often say it's veep you're cleaning harry dangerous game of chicken with the head fuck and hand because if i don't win the white house o'brien is going to sink your stupid boats and you're gonna look like a hairsprayed asshole in your nineteen eighty mother of the bride dress and if i do win we'll have my administration come to your shitty little district and shake it to death like guatemala nanny and it's like that's obviously a funnier version of it and it's an extreme but like what is it the core of veep is that a lot of what happens in our politics in our government is pretty mundane and it's in use a measure dealing with monday and things with very extrordinary things happening around you but there's a whole world of just like running the government to make sure that people get their tax returns on time and that you issue warnings for hurricanes and someone is checking the beef to make sure it doesn't mad cow disease and all those sorts of things people don't ever notice that but it's win those things go away or done poorly in this is what you saw katrina in the most extreme way back in the bush presidency the people they take it for granted until it's gone but then they get very upset and would you say that the healthcare dot gov website was sort of worst example yes bomber yes that was the i mean the if you if you have one website is the only way that people can access your signature domestic policy even lifestyle lifesaving care.
"honey west" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Ozzie and harriet a tv guide with lee marvin on events detective balancer i have the i am rebel johnny yuma the rebel i have the wurley birds from comic book these things reprinted somebody demean favorite made up these refrigerator magnets caroline jones not as mortician but just a very fetching carolyn jones honey west the official tv guide from honey west a frank sinatra magnet it's not just world we all just live in it the sean connery as james bond from the las vegas movie diamonds are forever and my buddy big elvis in vegas they put a star in front of the harris it's supposed to be reminiscent of the stars in the walk of fame in los angeles there you go i've told you all these things i've got full lines chris john tom and dan we will get you after these messages here and busy the time and the temperature.
"honey west" Discussed on JKNews
"You make it news oh always faking it never make it by kevin love's jk hey kevin the music streaming service title is being accused of faking hundreds of millions of plays for its artists owners what's title always on the shy i was wondering hurted jisi audible thing or spotify so they're inflating their own numbers yeah well that's kind of shade when i had never even heard of them so make it till you because they've already made it my friends because it didn't go very well yeah we're on their high horse when they're like we're only going to release a couple albums on title that was what they were going to do and then what ended up happening is when they dropped it no kids released it on i tunes it was a big flop yes this norwegian newspaper thank goodness for investigative norwegians they really affected the konami they're open face sandwiches shows you how the wooden shoes markets really taken hit you how blissful their life is out there that they have nothing better to do but to look at fucking title so apparently they were given this hard drive political though have such a great life yes so this newspaper said that they were given this hard drive containing internal company played data and so apparently they're saying that lemonade by beyond say and life of pablo by honey west we're the numbers were inflated like crazy to the point where they interviewed this one person is thirty four year old from washington dc his law student and asked her if she could verify that the plays that were in that hard drive or hers which were it was about eleven hours straight so fifteen plays of lemonade in one day by that one person she was like i love beyond say but not eleven hours worth like that's crazy so who would admit to it.
"honey west" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Some blacks and celebrity blacks and rapper blacks agree with the president on a lot of things that he's doing not everything but i agree with a lot and i love him chance the rapper says after after the economy kanye west tweets chance a rapper who has been critical of trump in the past tweeted black people don't have to be democrats and of quote next president gonna be independent what's his next one now wait a minute if if we're i forgot which i forgot which one was honey west or chansa rapper that said look obama was in for eight years chicago hasn't changed well and there were other black celebrities who said the same thing what is the obama administration doing for us i've seen in fact activists say say that they said that when he was still president what's changed in our community we've always and and i think it's imperative that people vote the way they want the the the party to act the things that they not the party the president in this case or would be president if if you break down the topics like he did with immigration and many other things and we've had a number over the years the number of black conservatives call our program and say my i disagree with my family my family disagrees with me we get into heated arguments but when you break down the issues in separate the people from the politics and just focus on the issues question is are people really voting in their best interest whether it's people in the black community or any other demographic in terms of voting kim kardashian wrote boy i never thought i'd say this kim kardashian wrote you sure it wasn't going kim kardashian no.
"honey west" Discussed on WDRC
"He's the schnitt show no i'm not going to defend kanye west konya getting some blowback because kanye west who is a total jackass even barack obama said either remember that i do not like honey west i didn't like kanye west before trump i don't like kanye west during trump i will not like kanye west after trump but let's go into excruciating detail here but gonyea on twitter supporting trump and defending trump and i i'm sorry i i i don't like the guy i think the guy's a mental defective individual i there's there's something wrong with kanye west and it was interesting i i tweeted a couple of things out regarding kanye and it seemed that i got some blowback from you know some of the all out maga crowd you know the make america great crowd and you know the always in trump supporter and while i support the trump the trump presidency i want this guy to succeed i voted for him i'm gonna tell you when i got a problem and it's interesting in exchange i had with a couple of followers the fact that suddenly i'm not praising and loving on kanye that they're viewing that as a swipe against trump and all my god kanye west is a jet so yeah i'm not going to be singing any praises the konya west i think he's just i don't welcome back to schnitt it's our number three eight hundred eight zero one eighty nine ninety nine the nationwide number eight hundred eight zero one eighty nine ninety nine.
"honey west" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"I say it all the time blacks are ideological slaves and pawns to the democratic party and kanye west said she said he likes her and that he loves president donald trump wow when has an a list media star like honey west black come out and favor of trump let's go back in the morning jolting and pay attention to meeker brzezinski starting to say she started it on sixty minutes i guess we have to get gigs on hillary clinton here because i thought we were going to get through with that talking about her bed for hillary clinton they come out and criticize anybody i reading the rumors about barack obama when it all started on minutes well it all started with her and her camp say on sixty minutes on when it all started with her and her camp started on minute when it all started with her and her campaign adding things around in the democratic primary rich now listen he says the republicans are wrong for doing what they're doing started this started with hillary clinton and it was spread by the clinton team for just tell back in two thousand but i i really i that isn't carol you can't tell me to stop when you're when you're making comments you have a basis in actual evidentiary basis for what you're saying and i would agree two thousand eight thousand rock obama brock obama may not be cool we should ask official i don't i don't recall that but if you're telling me that was the case john hi was the case case thank you john and not we're going to have sixty minutes thing for you coming up triple eight nine hundred one s i'm larry elder larry will be right back two.
"honey west" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"Courts in brooklyn playground where picky smallscale wrap had been renamed in the late rapper his honor the family out the rapper whose real name is christopher wallace was on hand wednesday with a local councilman who has been pushing for years to honor the hip hop artist in his native brooklyn singersongwriter jason derulo isn't done with country music jets dad he told tnz this week is working on a country project with another country art at summer a new love constant news again is one whereas countries i got the bug man earlier this year derulo one scnt music award for cmt performance of the year farc want to want me a collaboration with luke bryant honey west is suing various syndicates of insurance lloyds of london for stalling on paying out claims tied to cancel 2016 toward eighth the rapper has filed a ten million dollar lawsuit that details and extensive medical examination of the power singer a claim as just two days after west checked himself into a psychiatric centre as as a result of a psychological breakdown george harrison sign is releasing his day these solo album danny harrison's in parallel well hit stores on october sex it can check out the albums first single all about waiting on youtube and comedian kathy griffin as showing her support to her sister battling cancer recent photos online so griffin with a newly shaved head in solidarity our sister who is undergoing chemotherapy that's entertainment chris denmark's nbc news radio the now look back at this week in history the french writer historian and philosopher voltaire said it may not have been wholly nor roman nor an empire but it did last for over a thousand years and this week in eighteen oh six the holy roman empire ended it with the abdication of emperor france's the second he was call one of the greatest gun fighters of the american west but he died seeded playing poker at a saloon this week at eighteen 76 wild bill kickoff with gunned down by jack mccauley deadwood south dakota this week a 99 the very potent lincoln penny was issued it replaced the indians sat which had been in circulation since 1859 you can learn even more had.
"honey west" Discussed on KFI AM 640
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