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"james arnett" Discussed on GSMC Sports Podcast

GSMC Sports Podcast

05:41 min | 10 months ago

"james arnett" Discussed on GSMC Sports Podcast

"Time as always to remind you if you haven't already subscribe to the podcast, makes you never miss an episode sure I. was on top when we drop related stuff also. We could put as well gives a five star rating ryerson half you rebels podcasts. It'd be very appreciated very helpful lawsuit. She has liked dislike the ways we can improve all that fun stuff and also if you on social. Media. We're on such museum finds their twitter Instagram facebook you can talk we can chat, we can debate you can discuss and I must say. It's nice to have a live sports back to be able to discuss. obviously I know for those I guess what four? Ish Months. I will I don't know I'm trying to remember when the NWF L. started. Like late. Either early July early late June somewhere around there. So I was like really like the first time they get you real live team sports I come back but. Now. We got a plethora of them. We had NBA Games will be a game WNBA Games you got I found well the. beginning games, game ones of the NHL. Playoffs. Whether. It's like the the top four seeded Ron Robin thing or like the qualifying tournament you want to call it off. I mean, you don't have any training camp stuff really other than people opting out or Or people testing positive for that Rhona. But yeah, it's just like like I said, was nice to have actual sports games to discuss and analyze and talk about instead of just trying to make you know make up stories and stuff that that all kind of connected back to which I would imagine. Not, everybody wants to talk about twenty, four seven or have to listen to or guess it would have to listen to people talk about twenty, four seven. We'll get to be. La. But as I was saying sports it back. So I, thought I would recap the. NBA from this weekend it's a lot of games lot of stuff happened. Lot of teams made some statements both good and bad. So I just wanted to I wanted to break up by conference star the. Western. Thomson. Next, we'll go to the east. So in the West I figured only makes sense to start with the rockets a team that just finish planning Sunday night. They beat the bucks in a very much back and forth game. After beating. After they beat the Mavericks on Friday and another very back and forth game went overtime. In both, these games are different were different in the way in which they went in both these ways. Both these game show. Why think people? Should be afraid of the rockets in this kind of format. Should they should be afraid of them. Anyway. They were going to be afraid them anyway because since gone to that no center lineup, it'd work pretty well. So like I said this them still playing well shouldn't shock in when even though in the game. Tonight against the bucks known in particular played great but still they did enough to get the job done. And, I'm saying the reason why I feel like the these games are a great example what the rockets could be the first game imagining that was a shootout. Obviously, they have a final score will grant the in overtime with fossils. One, fifty, three to forty nine like through most first quarter is very neither teams playing any lick of defense then if you see the Mavs, game. Against the Suns on Sunday. You see that they continue to not really play that much defensive one, seventy, two sons. In, law, which is not great. But again, that game I said, no, no, no defense, the back and forth back and forth people shooting threes Trey Burke. Steph Curry. Out there on the on on the. On the rockets, I, think what was the James Arnett? How many like I? Think it was like forty, eight, forty, nine something like that. The adventure forty, nine and fourteen and twenty shooting. Arrests at thirty. Luca had twenty eight on eleven twenty seven not grade Porzingas said thirty nine but on thirteen, twenty, six life said. Trey Burke at thirty one on Tim. Hardaway junior twenty four getting back and forth. But again it when it came down to it. They got enough stops. They made the right place obviously the big play at the end was. Coming to He had been kinda shaky all night but he made the place when accounted for fourteen, one, nine from three but Eleven rebounds I thank you eleven rebounds four blocks steals so again. He's doing the little things even when he's not doing a whole lot on the offensive end. Es like I said, when it came down to, they were able to get the stop. They would make the plays and I mean as I haven't watched a whole lot of mavericks before the season halted but. As I was reading people talk about. On the time line of the mavs offense is like really bad. In. Crunch Time is interesting but not unsurprising. To me due to the fact that again when it's kind of the same thing with the buses, we'll talk about in the second when your game is dominated mainly, officers dominant may have one guy. If that. One guy gets a little tight than everyone's GonNa. Get a little light. It says it just it just pure habit I. Think also, I guess including the Suns Game Lucas now I saw a tweet I wanna make it right. Luca is now over ten on shots to tie or take the lead in. Uh, this was this was on.

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"james arnett" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"james arnett" Discussed on WDRC

"You know that feeling sluggish or way down could be signs that your digestive system isn't working at its best but taking metamucil every day can help metamucil supporter daily digestive health using a special plant based fiber called cilia psyllium works by forming a gel in your digestive system to trap and remove the waste that weighs you down start feeling lighter and more energetic by taking metamucil every day did you know that metamucil is available in packets capsules and fiber dense by them today at Walmart and Walmart dot com now back to Hollywood three sixty with Carl Amari welcome back to Hollywood three sixty we can be heard on nearly two hundred radio stations coast to coast and also on American forces radio that's right and it's time now for guns smoke William Conrad stars as U. S. marshal Matt Dillon of course on television that part was played by James Arnett it was a very popular on radio and TV this broadcast from February twenty sixth nineteen fifty six is called who lives by the sword here's why am Conrad now in part one of guns smoke garden's small Dodge city and in the territory on west there's just one way to handle the killers on the spoilers and that's with a U. S. marshal and the smell gun smoke.

"james arnett" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

14:19 min | 1 year ago

"james arnett" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"You know when your self quarantining and if you are fortunate enough to have a life partner the narrator or living with someone or have a family you know you're you're in pretty good shape I know that and husbands and wives get on each other's nerves when you're together twenty four seven you know usually have one or both going out to work and you come back and you know you're tired you may have dinner evening together and then you know get up and do it again as Jackson Browne was infected with a virus saying you know the room in the pretender but I I've I feel for those who live alone and there are a lot of folks who have then for whatever reason unable to have that life partner or perhaps who had one and no longer do for either divorce or you know their widow or widower I know living alone and the only contact you have is via the telephone it via radio I mean that is one of the wonderful things about radio that you know I grew up with and you know I've spent a lot of time as a kid alone is not an only child but I was the oldest son was alone a lot and the radio is something I could I could listen to and and feel a part of something bigger and I think sports had a lot to do with that I I grew up my formative years in Lynchburg Virginia and at night I could hear the New York stations and I could actually hear the New Orleans stations coming in from there and they would broadcast the Houston colt forty five games not even the Houston Astros at that point the Astrodome had been built call forty fives Lolo pass was there play by play guy and I never met him I never even saw a picture of my no idea how old he was what he look like but I used to enjoy a you know hello after you call forty fives you know southern accent and he was a real Homer rooting for the team on like the New York sports casters who tried to play pretty much down the middle as much as they could so I a you know there was that affinity and then in New York and then syndicated across the country at midnight I know the same frequency that WFAN in New York shares now was long John Nebel and long John Nebel was basically he's called himself con man and he would do commercials that would last for five minutes and they were personal stories and the first time you heard it was pretty fascinating he did sell things like the standard dollar and he'd go on and on about this this wonderful thing that you could buy that you know people pick them up on the street and the beach for free and they'd solemn for five Bucks or whatever it was but he gonna do these mystical powers this this thing had if you go on and on for like five minutes in the first couple of denture heard it was like really interesting the way he weave the story around this thing and after awhile it was like a guy here because of the sand gap but it was company and I remember one night and I go to sleep with the radio on and it's a habit that I still have to this day usually it's going to sleep with the television on now watching Mannix on me TV or can end at three o'clock in the morning you know shows that I never really watched as a kid and I watch him now on a revel in how bad they were you know can and as William Conrad this you know heavy set guy and he the you know not trashing him he's been dead for a long time that is during the show I mean it was a running joke about how all over where he was and yet he be chasing down these young bad guys were you know fifty years younger and in great shape and he'd catch him and tackle him and beat him up get into fistfights and he was actually doing his own stunts Hey you know this is the amazing thing I'm watching him do this stuff and it's like wait a minute that's not a stunt man that's him as so despite the fact that he probably waive that made it look like it was about five eight two seventy five maybe I'm guessing here I have no idea how much he really was but he was huge is that what is all the stunts so you you get that in the middle of the night and I would have just loved in NFL didn't take phone calls very often but I would have loved to call that radio station and talk to the great long John Nebel you know that would be something and and the guy on before him Brad Crandall and you can do that now you can call not that I'm putting myself in a league with any of those legendary radio guys for you call now eight five five two one two four two two seven and you'll get through pretty quickly and we can talk about the virus talk about sports whatever's on your mind maybe your old radio memories if you want things that you grew up with the things that you know have changed and and that's the sad thing I mean I think you know we all know that you know the newer generation millennials whatever you wanna call people who were born in the twenty first century analysts and radio now and then it's it's hard to convince them to do that because for music if you're gonna go on Spotify Pandora here whatever you want whenever you want and with the current technology and now my brother is sixty seven years old and he's Alexa play me got to be careful it's Alexis listening to me now and there one year Alexa I know of thank you goodbye you know it's crazy it's crazy you know you say the name at all a sudden this little thing that you have on your shelf talks to you and calls you by your name and knows what you buy it knows what you like it's crazy all right we've got a caller from Ventura California Ventura highway America remember that song Greg Hey Rick Ventura hi Greg how are you I'm well thank you I'm seventy three and I grew up in the fifties listening to radio and the I don't know if you remember this year forever to learn this but William Conrad with the original Matt Dillon and Gunsmoke yeah in great voice he was in a lot of other dramatic series back in the late forties and fifties but the in nineteen fifty five as the story goes with TV was going to pick up on gun spoke they took a look at that bill Conrad said now you know you don't you know look like Marshall Dillon so they hired James Arness James Arnett and the gun smoke radio program went on to about ninety sixty two and then he got into cannon and wasn't wasn't your so called Jake Jake and the fat man that bill Conrad was also on a scene of vaguely remember that I don't remember watching it but yeah I think there was a show like that if you know the good he was also a producer and a director I mean he did a lot of other things other than just act yeah and he narrated things he did commercials he's a very talented guy and you know you never know what people are really really like him you know even if you live with them but you seem to be a good guy with a sense of humor about himself you know says self effacing guys become a big Conrad fan even though I think the show canon wasn't great he was always interesting there was another guy to Richard named Rodrick Crawford so yeah highway patrol role and a friend of mine was that connected to that show and he said that Broadrick not only with the pretty heavy but he was also a very strong drinker and when he had to get up in the morning to go to filming that often he would show up with his bedroom slippers on I would tell them to make sure they didn't shoot any shot of the speed ever the movie born yesterday where he was the guy keeping Billy what was your name I don't want to signal a holiday but it wasn't a Judy Holliday right United to see that movie he it's it's funny here if I'm remembering right William Holden was a young guy who was brought in to write the life story of Broderick Crawford who was a big politician and he kept the screw that I think it was Judy Holliday was her name this beautiful blonde and she kind of fell for for Holden and and there was a big battle between the you know the rich fat politician powerful guy and the like the young newspaper Geyer let's cite many many years ago but I would highly recommend a real good movie yeah I want to things Richard how do you spell your last name N. E. E. R. okay and secondly about thirty years ago I work for the VA and the VA transfer me into our headquarters in Washington DC and I'm a big radio guy and I'm sitting out on the on the screen porch with my radio and I'm amazed at how many stations I could get from all over the country back there I used to get KMOX did you get that from a Virginia I probably could have I never listen to it I probably could have from Saint Louis yeah the cardinal station and I did get New Orleans and and I got all the New York and Philadelphia I got the one quick story I grew up with Vince gully the doctors out here and also a few other guys that were pretty darn good and I get back there and I'm listening to the Philadelphia Phillies broadcast with Terry callous mmhm yeah great voice would not believe how slow he ha your and there is a long fly ball to Richard and being there or whoever he was also the voice of NFL films I don't I always thought that was really appropriate for him to do because they were running a lot of slow motion shots right and then it built builds so he's talked to about him but I couldn't believe it I said you've got to be kidding me this guy talks about all ahead two thirds and it was just pretty funny well if the government's going into tonight thanks for the call thanks Sir caller pre shaded yeah you know it's it's funny the play by play guys that you grew up with the the guys that you cherish I think for the rest of your life you know you remember those guys I mean I I my favorite was Mel Allen you know who did the Yankee broadcasts for such a long time and you know they've they've been books written about him but he supposedly was fired by the Yankees because he started to think that he was running the Yankees he would tell the general manager which players to gad and he would make suggestions and he'd say things on the air like like he owned the keys and you know apparently they got tired of that and they fired him even though he was still in his prime and Mel Allen did football either call you did every sport and he was from the south and have that great great voice and for some reason southern accents it seems to be part of baseball you know that the give Lindsay Nelson guys like that it always give them those southern accents let's go to Chuck in Charlotte North Carolina eight Chuck how you doing a buffer and you've are really at the record talking about old older eighty well I considered old radio I'm sixty years old and I used to fall asleep at night with a hidden ATM transistor radio with a nine volt battery and I could pick up stages like W. L. **** and that'll put you think like that back when I was growing up but I guess you remember the days where we would actually call back tracking like into the news the top of the hour you know you try to but you were playing forty five spin in forty five when you find one that would time out exactly to end at the top of the hour did you hear that little phone come on about ten seconds to leave no makeup mutual broadcasting criminal or something like that yeah we we used to when I was and any WFM we had embryonic journey by Jefferson Airplane and that was like a minute and fifty some seconds you know and it was a great guitar number and we play that up to the news because you had to hit the news at the top of the hour exactly yeah it it it it you also get your so called bathroom records yes Alice's restaurant was a good one yeah and you know the old U. P. I. R. eight the machine was down the hall but we're running the running the.

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"james arnett" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

14:38 min | 1 year ago

"james arnett" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"You know when your self quarantine and if you are fortunate enough to have a life partner the narrator or living with someone or have a family you know you're you're in pretty good shape I know that you know husbands and wives get on each other's nerves when you're together twenty four seven you know usually have one or both going out to work and you come back and you know you're tired you may have dinner evening together and then I'll get up and do it again as Jackson Browne was infected with a virus saying you know the room in the pretender but I I've I feel for those who live alone and there are a lot of folks who have then for whatever reason unable to have that life partner or perhaps who had one and no longer do for either divorce or you know there with or with or I know living alone and the only contact you have is via the telephone it via radio I mean that is one of the wonderful things about radio that you know I grew up with and you know I've spent a lot of time as a kid alone is not an only child but I was the oldest son was alone a lot and the radio is something I could I could listen to and and feel a part of something bigger and I think sports had a lot to do with that I I grew up my formative years in Lynchburg Virginia and at night I could hear the New York stations and I could actually hear the New Orleans stations coming in from there and they would broadcast the Houston colt forty five games not even the Houston Astros at that point the Astrodome admin built call forty fives Lolo pass was there play by play guy and I never met him I never even saw a picture of my no idea how old he was what he look like but I used to enjoy a you know so why after you call forty five zero southern accent and he was a real Homer rooting for the team on like the New York sports casters who tried to play pretty much down the middle as much as they could so I a you know there was that affinity and then in New York and then syndicated across the country at midnight I know the same frequency that WFAN in New York shares now was long John Nebel and long John Nebel was basically he's called himself con man and he would do commercials that would last for five minutes and they were personal stories and the first time you heard it was pretty fascinating he did sell things like the standard dollar and he'd go on and on about this this wonderful thing that you could buy that you know people get come up on this on the beach for free and they'd solemn for five Bucks or whatever it was but he gone these mystical powers this this thing had if you go on and on for like five minutes in the first couple of Genji heard it was like really interesting the way he weave the story around this thing and after awhile it was like a guy here because of the sand or cat but it was company and I remember one night Hey I go to sleep with the radio on and it's a habit that I still have to this day usually it's going to sleep with the television on now watching Mannix on me TV or can end at three o'clock in the morning you know shows that I never really watched as a kid and I watch him now on a revel in how bad they were you know can and will as William Conrad this in a heavy set guy and he the you know not the trash enemies been dead for a long time but it during the show I mean it was a running joke about how all overweight he was and yet he be chasing down these young bad guys were vetoed fifty years younger and in great shape and he'd catch him and tackle him and beat him up get into fistfights and he he was actually doing his own stunts Hey you know this is the amazing thing I'm watching him do this stuff and it's like wait a minute that's not a stunt man that's him as so despite the fact that he probably waive that may look like it was about five eight two seventy five maybe I'm guessing here I have no idea how much he really was but he was huge is that what is all stunts so you you get that in the middle of the night and I would have just loved in NFL didn't take phone calls very often but I would have loved to call that radio station and talk to the great long John Nebel you know it would be something and and the guy on before him Brad Crandall and you can do that now you can call not that I'm putting myself in a league with any of those legendary radio guys for you call now eight five five two one two four two two seven and you'll get through pretty quickly and we can talk about the virus talk about sports whatever's on your mind maybe year old radio memories if you want things that you grew up with the things that you know have changed in and that's the sad thing I mean I think you know we all know that you know the newer generation millennials whatever you wanna call people who were born in the twenty first century analysts and radio now and then it's it's hard to convince them to do that because for music he should not go on Spotify Pandora here whatever you want whenever you want and with the current technology and now my brother is sixty seven years old and he's Alexa play me got to be careful it's Alexis listening to me now and their one year ilex a number of thank you goodbye you know it's crazy it's crazy here you say the name but all of a sudden this little thing that you have on your shelf talks to you and calls you by your name and knows what you buy it knows what you like it's crazy all right we've got a caller from Ventura California Ventura highway America remember that's not great Hey Rick Ventura hi Greg how are you I'm well thank you I'm seventy three and I grew up in the fifties listening to radio and the I don't know if you remember this year forever to learn this but William Conrad with the original Matt Dillon and smoke yeah in great voice he was in a lot of other dramatic series back in the late forties and fifties but the in nineteen fifty five as the story goes with TV was going to pick up on gun smoke they took a look at that bill Conrad said now you know you don't you know look like Marshall Dillon so they hired James Arness James Arnett and the gun smoke radio program went on to about ninety sixty two and then he got into cannon and wasn't wasn't a seal called Jake Jake and the fat man that bill Conrad was also on a scene of vaguely remember that I don't remember watching it but yeah I think there was a show like that if you know the he was also a producer and a director I mean he did a lot of other things other than just act yeah and he narrated things he did commercials he's a very talented guy and you know you never know what people are really really like him you know even if you live with them but you seem to be a good guy with a sense of humor about himself you know says self effacing guys survivors become a big Conrad fan even though I think the show canon wasn't great he was always interesting and there was another guy to Richard named Robert Crawford so yeah highway patrol role and a friend of mine was that connected to that show and he said that Broadrick not only with the pretty heavy but he was also a very strong drinker and when he had to get up in the morning to go to filming that often he would show up with his bedroom slippers on and would tell them to make sure they didn't shoot any shot of the speed remember the movie born yesterday where he was the guy keeping daily was our name however I want to sleep early holiday but it wasn't a Judy Holliday right United to see that movie he it's it's funny here if I'm remembering right William Holden was a young guy who was brought in to write the life story of Broderick Crawford who was a big politician and he kept this the yeah I think it was Judy Holliday was her name this beautiful blonde and she kind of fell for for holding and and there was a big battle between the you know the rich fat politician powerful guy and the like the young newspaper guy dives side many many years ago but I would highly recommend a real good movie here one so two other things Richard how do you spell your last name and the E. R. okay and secondly about thirty years ago I work for the VA and the VA transfer me into our headquarters in Washington DC and I'm a big radio guy and I'm sitting out on the on the screen porch with my radio and I'm amazed at how many stations I could get from all over the country back there I used to get KMOX did you get that from a Virginia I totally could have I never listened to of that probably could have from Saint Louis yeah the cardinal station and I did get New Orleans and and I got all the New York and Philadelphia I got the one quick story I grew up with Bilko in the Dodgers out here and also a few other guys were pretty darn good and I get back there and I'm listening to the Philadelphia Phillies broadcast with Terry callous yeah great voice would not believe how slow he ha S. and there is long fly ball to Richard and means being there or whoever he was also the voice of NFL films I don't I always thought that was really appropriate for him to do because they were running a lot of slow motion shots right and then it fell bills so he thought full book but I couldn't believe it I said you've got to be kidding me this guy talks about all ahead two thirds and it was just pretty funny well if you go man into tonight thanks for the call thanks Sir caller pre shaded yeah you know it's it's funny the play by play guys that you grew up with the the guys that you cherish I think for the rest of your life you know you remember those guys I mean I I love my favorite was Mel Allen you know who did the Yankee broadcasts for such a long time and you know they've they've been books written about him but he supposedly was fired by the Yankees because he started to think that he was running the Yankees he would tell the general manager which players to gad and he would make suggestions and he'd say things on there like like he owned the keys and yeah you know apparently they got tired of that and they fired him even though he was still in his prime and Mel Allen did football either call you did every sport and he was from the south and have that great great voice and for some reason southern accents of seem to be part of baseball you know that the give Lindsay Nelson guys like that it always give them those southern accents let's go to Chuck in Charlotte North Carolina Hey Chuck how you doing save all spring you've are really at the record talking about old older A. you well I considered old radio I'm sixty years old and I used to fall asleep at night with a hidden ATM transistor radio with a nine volt battery yeah and I could pick it up stages like W. L. **** and that'll put you think like that back when I was growing up but I guess you remember the days where we would actually call back tracking like into the news the top of the hour you know you try to but you were playing forty five minutes forty fives and you find one that would time out exactly to end at the top of the hour did you hear that will total about ten seconds well you know may have mutual broadcasting criminal or something like that yeah we we used to when I was and any WFM we had embryonic journey by Jefferson Airplane and that was like a minute and fifty some seconds you know and it was a great guitar number and we play that up to the news because you had to hit the news at the top of the hour exactly yeah it it it it you also had your so called bathroom records yeah Alice's restaurant was a good one set yet and you know the old U. P. I. R. eight the machine was down the hall from where running the running the that the the news often you go pull up the copy off and read a sports scores and things actually worked in a small little AM station where a Marty Brennaman started his career as a active member Marty do what a Merican legion baseball okay he was a he was he was and you have a great voice but that I.

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"james arnett" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:21 min | 1 year ago

"james arnett" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Wanted to play marshal Matt Dillon but he was already starring in another western series called straight errorless contract would not allow him to do another western series so CBS actually shelved the project for three years they were like well we can't get Howard Culver we're not gonna do the show but straight arrow kept going on and they they were going to wait for him but then they said you know what let's find somebody else they cast William Conrad I think that was a smart move because William Conrad I just can't really hear anyone else in that role on radio as marshal Matt Dillon and William Conrad Howard McNear who was Floyd the barber on The Andy Griffith Show was doc Adams Georgia Alice was Kitty Russell parley Baer who is the mayor mayor rice stoner on The Andy Griffith Show played and he was also the voice of the key E. blur alf remember that summer source yeah he he was the deputy was deputy Chester Proudfoot on the radio show now on TV of course a totally different cast James R. nass was Dylan Billboard stone was doc Amanda Blake was Kitty Dennis weaver Westchester Dennis weaver macleod remember that show this was an adult western violent crime scalp beings massacre is drug and alcohol addiction I mean this was not a kids western shell you know kids will listen to hop along Cassidy and Roy Rogers Gene Autry now this wasn't for kids this was an adult western and on the first television show John Wayne introduced the first episode and sort of introduced the newcomer a newcomer James Arnett who was a friend of John Wayne that's why he wanted to sort of you know kinda christened the series from so it was great and on radio great on television you're going to hear an episode now from June third nineteen fifty six this is called the pacifist here is William Conrad uninterrupted now in an episode of guns smoke Dodge city and in the territory on west there's just one way to handle the killers on the spoilers and.

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"james arnett" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

12:15 min | 1 year ago

"james arnett" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Five seventy K. L. I. half telling great stories and telling great stories about storytellers is kind of the theme for this whole show tonight less Clinger joins us we got a lot of people to get to and you brought up something which actually put on my mind all night less so let's remember to go back to the bloody benders okay so hang on to that we have to see her walk home from point to well and I wanted to connections good good will hang on to all of that but first we've got a bunch of people who all want to get into love craft a little deeper we'll start with L. in Memphis on a wildcard line on coast to coast AM for less clear go ahead now thank you very much yeah by the way do you get that place to listen to you over the years I thank all of you I'm glad you're back among the living yeah elle stares long as they let me go ahead god bless you what I got two quick ones once your story about love crip member doing a second is about mountain the mad Iraqi waited from New Orleans to Memphis back in oh five and back in the seventies there was a call to seventy to eighty to ninety company called Pegasus publishing it's called the T. shirt and of act one of any go walk walk crack in stock at one point I even had a Miskatonic university read out of school hang on my wall of that are refractor yeah and and and height with my other degrees and my wife stole it before I could do it I don't know what right I had a teacher that was Miskatonic university department of alchemy it had a skull it had other alchemical and natural stuff on it and I wore the thing for years so I I can I quickly packed the bag when we got out of the wall in memory to come to Memphis there and we were running around like crazy I give an elevated to the last queen along as we he sure I have found in the elevator and if African American Christy woman takes one look at the shirt and I swear to you she looked like a spider who is but that's called up inside the elevator trying to get away from my tee shirts point as a pentagram on it university you're one of them your water ladies flow with a joke this is why they have relocated you always lose his musical festival from New Orleans to Memphis that everybody was going nuts well that's funny about that your street that the second thing is you guys had a great discussion about this thank and your gas it did mention the mountains of madness which I incorrectly tack yeah as the mountains of moons it's been years since I read it I think if you look at the mountains of madness and the original story by John Campbell who goes there which the thing from another whatever and writing was based on there's a lot of similarities yes Campbell with the very intellectual man he had to have read Lovecraft yeah I think there's a lot of crossover from the mountains of madness two who goes there to the original the thing movie of fifty one and then which would that change our nest his brother please rate I think was James Arnett yeah things are necessary yeah yeah he he was the guy in the months to see if you're gonna steal steal from the best that's right and and and and then of course you don't roll roll it on into the Korean a racially but there's that one craft you import all we through there and we would talk about the you didn't mention that I I didn't hear the credit that long gravel thank you stay with it he always it is a whole bunch of pictures and if you read through it I got I got halfway through it myself among the matter is that a lot of other answer it's a great at that store yes Sir yeah Stalinist out yeah good took less well yes so you know what Chris was the pioneer of science fiction and it was not his only science fiction story stories like behind the wall sweep are about the transference of brains I mean he speculated about how minds might be transferred between bodies he also is speculated that in fact space travel might only be possible by extracting somebody's brain and having it travel to another planet or another so he was he was very much interested in science fiction he did see the horror of it all but it with a lot of it was early pioneering fanfiction yeah I love that he either so many things in there but I I think that's that's really it the anyone any author would be flattered by if they're smart anyway it by how they created generations of their work and and that was mine seeds that got planted in other people and I agree completely the version I always heard less was good authors borrow great writers steal wells and love grief was a great admirer of other writers as well he deeply admired agree on pole he wrote stories very in tension we very deliberately in the style of Paul's work later all he discovered lord Dunsany and was delighted to see that they had some of the same ideas he did not borrow from dancing believe it might if you he wrote a very important ethical supernatural of words which is really interesting to have love craft himself talk about the importance of horror yes and and it it you can see is admiration for a lot of the people came before him Ambrose Bierce elderly black would so movies big favorite were writers that went on to argue making of these were more James these are great writers of that to you all your deeply I don't know but Macon but the other many of the others you mentioned are all north easterners like him to all Yankees in the in that part of the country we'll make it making as well but his story degree cut hand is very Lovecraftian and is this it he he was but he read the read widely outside of American literature it's got a wildcard Allen is in Auburn California on coast to coast for less clear go ahead Alan hello out less than Ian you know I've been listening to this show with great interest I've spent a lot of crafts and for a long time I was introduced to him I would say it was the night before trout fishing season opened up about thirty years ago and I was listening to a radio programs and Roddy McDowell red off the home that is a Victorian or it is critically reviled but it's my all time favorite well zero because if you sleep and it's it's a it's a it's a perfect segue for something that I want to mention which is that you know so love Chris was born in eighteen ninety so he's thirteen at the moment that Sherlock Holmes reappears in full force in the strand magazine and of course that's he was eleven when they founded the basketballs came out but he and doubted we read it of the hound clearly is an homage to Sherlock Holmes and the hound of the Baskervilles he he actually started a little detective club and he even course with homes and his friends were other players there's been a great deal of sort of have speech sure go move in the love craft universe my friend Louis Gresh has written a series of a think five novels cultural uncles versus clue Neil Gaiman wrote the Hugo winning story called a study in emerald which really is a tale about love grafted on so they held absolutely I got to read that west of the Rockies Jeff is in Sonora on coast to coast AM go ahead Jeff the morning actually there are no about incident involving Lovecraft in this study I can't remember who all was there and he was in a study and he had somehow conjured a portal of some sort and there is a bunch of well known people there into the cold as well and they are becoming legend yeah go ahead make sure you know the story less love quips had no interest in the occult whatsoever no the the idea of Khan during a portal could also have been a scientific attempt but knows nothing about that I remember this story but it sounds fictional to me sounds good it sounds like Wilde yeah while Caroline berry is in South Carolina on coast to coast for less clear go ahead hello Ian world where your employers general under this is low and submitting those store I've got a great story for you but quickly I've got to stay in their old old I was able to apply all term great didn't it it sounds great on a night like tonight I think our growing people able we're on the same wavelength bordered by reading in all the time in my car I love that song so you quick story in what store years that is a good one but today was born in Warwick Rhode Island right next to Robert as in nineteen sixteen and in nineteen thirty warm he was it eighteen years old he was introduced Jake grabs work fascinated by when you were twenty one nineteen thirty seven he moved L. so we're of course on brown anyway are you was golf road includes planners North Carolina well I grew up wearing when I was fifteen years old nineteen fifty seven all right over here to use to look for in a and news heard by people problem as a dairy here we got a message that you love right you were Omar Gajah your story horror stories that you just a minute there ever meet him yeah do you know of like was he aware of where he lived vis a vis him note there are dairy were job very Locris was twenty six when dad was born in and out nineteen sixteen but you are a graduate warmer high we're all kinds of honors in sports it was a golf pro and like I said what when I asked you about each view of grab here's base load up yeah hello I thank you so much of reason they're going to while Caroline wall is in Allentown on coast to coast AM wall doctor Bernard it's always great to talk to you thank you for so you're talking with less clear you got a quick question yeah you got a great conversation gore Mister cling I just want to say and I think that love crab ultimately I think you identified with the big rule out scribe that road genesis because you know obviously I'd say no more into this and the gold serpent which is obviously a metaphor for the new the palace so I figured writing.

"james arnett" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

11:31 min | 1 year ago

"james arnett" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"And telling great stories about storytellers is kind of the theme for this whole show tonight let's Clinger joins us we got a lot of people to get to and you brought up something which actually it's been on my mind all night less so let's remember to go back to the bloody benders okay so hang on to that we do have to say Sherlock Holmes at some point too well and I I need to connections good good will hang on to all of that but first we've got a bunch of people who all want to get into love craft a little deeper we'll start with L. in Memphis on a wildcard line on coast to coast AM for less clear go ahead now thank you very much yeah by the way do you get that place to listen to you over the years I thank all of you I'm glad you're back among the living yeah I'll stay here as long as they let me go ahead god bless you what I got two quick ones once your story about love creek number during the second is about mountain the mad Iraqi waited from New Orleans to Memphis back in oh five back in the seventies there with the call the seventies eighties and nineties company called Pegasus publishing it on the future and of at all one of any go walk a block grant in stock at one point I even had a Miskatonic university degree the alcohol cool hang on my wall of that are refractor love yeah the and and and hi with it my helps other me degrees help and my wife me stole before feel I good could do it being I a don't part know of team what always feels good go right for it don't don't even this hesitate guy had a tee for shirt more than a decade that was Major Miskatonic League Baseball players in university action teams of high department school students have of been working alchemy together to train and inspire it had the next a skull generation of volunteers it once had you other get there alchemical and realize and how much mystical you can change stuff on it someone's and life I wore with the thing one of for us years going to the world so I I it's that can simple I quickly packed the bad when we got out of takes the wall in you know five memory or ten minutes of your time to come to Memphis is making there a and difference we were and running is transforming around like someone crazy else's life I give an all elevated star Giancarlo to the last Stanton clean occurs along cap you want as we or joint feature action I team have captains to make a found difference skin in elevator their communities and then if you African can to American just Christy try woman and just takes go one just look go to one at the shirt of five one action and I swear team about to you this she we looked also like a spider together who is but that's that's what called it's all about up the side not of the elevator just one person trying to get away from my tee shirts point as a it's pentagram incredibly rewarding this for comic me university it'll just you're make one you of feel them so your good water about yourself and do anything to come ladies in to justify flow with a this joke more this information is why they go have to action relocated team dot you org always loser news musical ninety three festival point one K. from F. New B. Orleans K. to Memphis that everybody was going nuts well it's funny about that your street that the second thing is you guys had a great discussion about the Frank and your gas it did mention the mountains of madness which I incorrectly tactics the as the mountains of moods it's been years since I read it I think if you look at the mountains of madness and the original story by John Campbell who goes there which the thing from another whatever and writing was based on there's a lot of similarities yes Campbell with the very intellectual mac he had to have read Lovecraft yeah I think there's a lot of crossover strong the mountains of madness two who goes there to the original the thing movie of fifty one and then which would like James R. Nash his brother please rate I think was James Arnett yeah ladies are necessary yeah he he was the guy in the months to see if you're gonna steal steal from the best that's right Arafat and and and and then of course you don't roll roll it on here into the Korean a racially but there that will crack you import all we through there and we would talk about think you didn't mention that I I didn't hear the credit that love gravel thank you stay with it he always did a whole bunch of pictures and if you read through it I got I got halfway through it myself among the matter is that a lot of other S. S. it's a great at that store yes Sir yeah Stalinist out yeah yeah good took less well yes so you're one craft with food pioneer of science fiction and it was not his only science fiction story stories like behind the wall sweep are about the transference of brains I mean he speculated about how minds might be transferred between bodies he also speculated that in fact space travel might only be possible by extracting somebody's brain and having it travel to another planet another so he was he was very much interested in science fiction he did see the horror of it all but it with a lot of it was early pioneering fanfiction yeah I love that he either so many things in there but I I think that's that's really it the anyone any author would be flattered by if they're smart anyway by how they created generations of their work and and that was mine seeds that got planted in other people and I agree completely the version I always heard less was good authors borrow great writers steal well and and love grief was a great admirer of other writers as well he deeply admired agree on pole he wrote stories very in tension we very deliberately in the style of Paul's work later all he discovered lord Dunsany and was delighted to see that they had some of the same ideas he did not borrow from dancing believe it might if you he wrote a very important ethical supernatural of words which is really interesting to have love craft himself talk about the importance of horror yes and and it it you can see is admiration for a lot of the people came before him Ambrose Bierce elderly black would some of these big favorite were writers that went on to argue making bees were more James these are great writers of that he admired deeply bullet I don't know but make it but the other many of the others you mentioned are all north easterners like him to all Yankees in the in that part of the country well making making as well but his story degree cut hand is very Lovecraftian and is this it he he was but he read the read widely outside of American literature it's got a wildcard Allen is in Auburn California on coast to coast for less clear go ahead Alan hello less than OEM you know I've been listening to this show with great interest I've spent a lot of crafts and for a long time I was introduced to him I would say it was the night before trout fishing season opened up about thirty years ago and I was listening to a radio program and Roddy McDowell red off the home that is a Victorian it is critically reviled but it's my all time favorite well I because if you sleep in my room and it's it's a it's a it's a perfect segue for something that I want to mention which is that you know so love Chris was born in eighteen ninety so he's thirteen at the moment that Sherlock Holmes reappears in full force in the strand magazine and of course that's the was eleven when they have the best bills came out but young doubted we read it of the hound clearly is an homage to Sherlock Holmes and the hound of the Baskervilles he he actually started a little detective club and he even course with homes and his friends were other players there's been a great deal of sort of have speech the shore go move in the love craft universe my friend Louis Gresh has written a series of a think five novels cultural occam's versus clue Gaiman wrote the Hugo winning story called a study in emerald which is really a tale about love grafted on so they held absolutely I got to read that west of the Rockies Jeff is in Sonora on coast to coast AM go ahead Jeff good evening John the morning actually there there are other know about a incident involving world craft in the study I can't remember who all was there and he was in a steady and he had somehow conjured a portal of some sort and there is a bunch of well known people there into the cold as well and they are becoming legend yeah go ahead with Nixon do you know the story less love group had no interest in the occult whatsoever and no the the idea of conquering a portal could also have been a scientific attempt but knows nothing about that I've never heard this story but sounds fictional to me sounds good it sounds like Wilde amazing yeah while Caroline very is in South Carolina on coast to coast for less clear go ahead hello Ian world where your employers general under this is low and maintaining those store I've got a great story for you but quickly I've got to say Ian hailed burrows I was able to almost all term it didn't it it sounds great on a night like tonight I think our grow you played only we're on the same wavelength order bordered by reading in all the time in my car I love that song so you quick story in my story yes it is a good one but today was born in Warwick Rhode Island right next to Providence in nineteen sixteen and in nineteen thirty warm he was it eighteen years old he was introduced to JTB little crafts well war fascinated by when you were twenty one nineteen thirty seven he moved out so we're of course I'm from anyway are you was a golf pro includes planners North Carolina law group wearing when I was fifteen years old nineteen fifty seven I have over here due to low wrapped in a and nude heard by people problem as a day herbal got a may be love right we were all my gosh I use the radios horror stories that you just a minute there meeting yeah do you know of like was he aware of where he lived vis a vis him note there are dairy were younger he Locris was twenty six when dad was born and ninety six staying are there any graduate warmer high we're all kinds of honors in sports it was a golf pro and like I said what what I ask you about a few of grab his face lit up yeah hello the I thank you so much of recently got a while Caroline Walt is in Allentown on coast to coast AM wall doctor Bernard.

"james arnett" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

10:55 min | 2 years ago

"james arnett" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Hood on ESPN one thousand ESPN app was operating there's a lot of what is going on all American your reaction Sir Russell was brought to the Houston Rockets man I don't I don't even I don't even know to say you know did they think like as well because the reason is it's so crazy for me is because I have worked for the Oklahoma City thunder for the last four years right and Chrissy were this team has been and what their aspirations were as an organization where they were trying to get and how important healthy is in the NBA like you're you're reborn never understand the importance of health in the NBA your call George is healthy the boy George's healthy again supported any has to have the shoulders and they beat the board in trouble as a first round and maybe advance to the second round it's four doors to Oklahoma City is Russell Westbrook and Jeremy curriculum Oklahoma City it is just to watch this whole thing come apart and watch the okay seed now go into complete unadulterated rebuild mode it it is wild to see at distance just amazing and it's funny because our conversation was going to be about people trying to fight with you trying to tell you about Russell Westbrook on Twitter because I've seen was with the you guys were talking about on Saturday morning but I I just now got to focus on this so what that what do you think a Russell Westbrook with Houston because we talk about James harden Russell Westbrook of the one two punch how does that work you know I think it works well because of their relationship together that's the thing is is one of the most underrated staying in today's NBA is relationships and the power relationships and I I was on Twitter and I was going back and forth with fans about this a couple days ago but there's a reason that Russell Westbrook's preferred destination with the Houston Rockets it's because James harden is there and the relationship that they had the relationship that they develop both playing together in Oklahoma City and being from California just just all that that entailed in their relationship so from their relationship alone I think that this is a a a great deal for the Houston Rockets okay so in Chris Paul this there has to be another shoe to drop is no way Chris Poland played Oakland city so I'm thinkin in Los Angeles Clippers or Lakers probably the Lakers I think for Chris right yeah but but the thing is how does that happen because if you're Oklahoma City you're not going to give him a buyout are you you're not going to but they have all that money and buy him out of a deal that that large so how do you how does that we end up with the Lakers well I'm I'm I'm using that team is in the as an example he's he can't stay in Oklahoma City that discount I agree with you yeah I don't think you stand up on the city I I'm I'm I'm right with you there I don't think that Chris Paul is staying in Oklahoma City but their destination right now what's next right guys work for him you know where it's AT any I'll somewhere that makes this summer that makes sense financially and and as far as his role is concerned with his skill set at this point in his career that that's a that's a big question again I'm looking west is could be something in the east to anybody can use a veteran point guard I know everybody's we talked Antonio Daniels with Jonathan hood on ESPN one thousand ESPN app eighty I know that there is some that look at the first wall as you move to the contract in the age of Chris Paul but he could still get it done he could still be a key to some seem to push him over the top if I'm a team in the east I'm calling because I I need that stayed with someone that can stabilize and harness an offense for me I know Chris could do that right right I I'm definitely if I'm if I'm a team in the east at the needs of a better presence there's no way we can get from the team in the west that's in need of a better present at the point guard position because well I don't care what people say is a first ballot hall of Famer and still one of the better point guard and best leaders in today's NBA anyway you look at it anyway you break it down so if I'm a team out there that is in need of a better point guard that I know they can complete games a facilitative make guys around them better yeah I'm definitely going to call in this address the okay so where do you place the rockets amongst the best in the west now this is settled now because Russell Westbrook we knew that he was going someplace now it's used to now let's take a look at the west because now it's pretty complete now eighty what what do you place them in the west well this is going to take some time you know I I have right now I would say they were better records fall because the chemistry was already there so but the rockets for me took a couple steps back this summer because I felt like they over reacted to lose into one of the best teams ever assembled in the NBA yeah but delegates gone very Rogers is gone Roland is going to be fired and moving guys and guys are quitting in their in their coaching staff and you know looking to move this guy moved that god so you're taken steps backwards when if you would have stayed as as state tax now we're going to stay comes apart like they did with Kevin Durant leaving a great job of getting hurt in the markets cousins sign with the Lakers now there's an opportunity now you are Russell Westbrook so now you don't have that same chemistry that you of course Paul and everyone else has but it's going to take some time to get that chemistry or build that chemistry back up not saying it can't be done and they're definitely going to be competitive because Russell Westbrook is a competitor all the last few days all you've been hearing about him is always you can't do this you need to worry about that in order to ever not Russell Westbrook is a passionate competitive either as competitive as they come in today's NBA so he is going to definitely take the Houston Rockets game to another level but it's going to take a minute from a basketball standpoint we're looking at Russell Westbrook and James harden harden playing off the ball what's the cut off the ball has a look offensively that's a great question that's a great question because the reality of that it is this day hood they're both ball dominant guards out of the James harden plays better without the ball but where is James harden handling the ball and again this goes back to their relationship I think Russell Westbrook would be more apt to break up the ball a James harden is the one that's handling the ball so basically he's been very smart is another and be be a Russell Westbrook he's never played with someone like that at the guard position even when you play with James harden at that point James harden what would be a BP Kevin Durant was not a point guard as talented as he is and one of the best players to ever play in the NBA there's a difference there's a respect I think as far as that Russell Westbrook ask for James harden as the lead guard as a lead guard right way was a good guard bigger with people with really good Kevin Durant's of three but he hasn't played tennis ruder good we haven't played with the league guard with this type of resume that James Arnett so I think if you're playing with someone like James harden you will be more apt to say you know what if you need me to run off the screen to get a lot bigger role whatever it may be because I have trust in who James harden is and is still set you just joining us here on ESPN one thousand ESPN out Johnson who talking Antonio Daniels a voice of the New Orleans pelicans and also on SiriusXM NBA radio the Oklahoma City thunder have agreed to trade Russell Westbrook to the Houston Rockets for Chris Paul our first round picks in twenty twenty four twenty twenty six according even watching route ski picks swaps in twenty twenty one and twenty twenty five league sources tell ESPN that's a story that we're talking about here in for your time and it up welcome city and covering that team maybe we need to talk about this now because now the chapter's closed out at me it is a it is a tremendous thirty for thirty that it should be documentary on on how would start a deep from the beginning from the sonics to Oklahoma City that that college like atmosphere that crowd so happy to have an NBA franchise to have Kevin Durant is have James harden to have Russell Westbrook to have all these these quality players and then no championship now it's close so how do you look back at the Oklahoma City like championship Iraq they're they're the window being opened well you know it it's you know I I did a couple interviews a couple days ago and talked about the Oklahoma City thunder fan base the there's no fan base in the NBA this is passionate about just under you know it's the only game in town and when you talk about going to Chesapeake energy arena it was a college atmosphere they love and they support your Oklahoma City thunder and what gets lost here is we look at the players in their movement and we look at you know the the investors and their movement but what gets lost here is the loyalty of some of the fans and would you live record this thunder run that nine or ten year run of sustained success of getting to the playoffs in being relevant year after year after year from a small market making it to the NBA finals you know have been three can be please user ID be peace well the same thing one of the best defensive big man in the game and Serge Ibaka so they they they did a lot of things right they did a lot of things right is just the the luxury tax in that the TV deal and all that stuff to get a little too late for this organization if you would add theirs we can have this same conversation years ago we take care of afforded to keep James harden Anke Russell Westbrook thank you Sir your marker they were having a different conversation and we're probably talking about Hagen banners and Oklahoma City and it's a shame that this is what it's come to this summer Paul George is gone Russell Westbrook is gone Jeremy grain is going in a golf bag Serge Ibaka is gone Nick Collison has retired Russell Westbrook is gone Hey Kevin Durant is gone so you're right it will make for a great thirty four thirty but what a great ten nine ten year run that defender and their fan base should be really proud to be a part of I agree with you Sir and and you know I said it's so funny because we would have you want to talk about people trying to fool you are what's going to try to get more of a.

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"james arnett" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

10:31 min | 2 years ago

"james arnett" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Arnett is someone who can pack a lot of comedy into a very subtle performance just an arched eyebrow or a little bit of a modulation in that deep gravelly voice kind of only needs to take his characters and make them funny and it's thanks to will Arnett that Joe blues became as quotable as he did on Arrested Development that Batman in the lego movie's came off so perfectly wild and weird maybe you've heard will Arnett portray a washed up acting horse bojack horseman on Netflix and he's been a an in demand voice actor for animated films in ads for decades now you're about to hear my conversation with will Arnett but first you might not know this but will grew up in Canada he's from Toronto he returns home pretty often you can sometimes seem at least games you can sometimes see him court side of raptors games including during the championship run and one of the things he does pretty much every year is attend the laughter is the best medicine gala to support the Michael Garen hospital foundation in Toronto his dad's a huge supporter of the hospital and this foundation is clearly something that means a lot to will learn that who's been a big part of this event since twenty twelve I want to know what what keeps bringing him back honestly I think the thing that keeps me coming back because it's just been so much fun in seeing the kind of the real time affected it's had on the hospital in the community is to me just so fantastic in and there's been a lot of kind of I know when Chris rock posted it was pretty fun he had to be had been taking a bit of a break from stand up and he came back to us on that the night before and he's like yeah I think it's just been a couple years of like well you'll you'll be you'll be okay the end up you know your dad James Arnett he's on the board of the of the of the hospital he's in raising money for years he said that's kind of how you got into this is is he funny guy what is fun to make fun of that's not fair he's a funny guy I think one of the one of my favorite things about my dad in kind of in the area of humor is is that I love making him laugh I can get I've always been able to kind of really make my dad laugh I know what what he likes and I can try to get him in that zone and I can break up it's kind of my favorite thing to do start making him laugh to the point where he has to like when my dad has to take his glasses off you know because he's tearing up and stuff that's what I know I've done it that's that's like one of my it's one of my all time life choice is making my dad laughed so hard it's going to take his glasses off what makes him do that well I often start with jokes about each one of them another great Sir quality my dad's is he doesn't take himself too seriously so he can in it and you know it's it and there's a obviously are very rich Canadian tradition of that and you know he allows me to make fun of them in a way that he really enjoys you know I can kind of make fun of phrases he uses my dad is prone to walking outside in going cheese it's a honey of a day and just start with that Mr going and then I'll just start you know whatever kind of remarks he makes and traits that has it's kind it's super fun it's making me laugh just thinking about it I would I was face time with my mom the other day she called me from new from land and when she faced ties me she only shows me the top of her forehead so then I would have the whole conversation with her showing her the top of my forehead and if you're right and just met mocking her for it and the very mom wave as she loved it she could not stop laughing it's great it's the best and I love those things yeah my you know I I kind of I wanna find are often set one of four in the person who's responsible for showing my mom had a text because I hold them responsible for a lot of money paid ends also it should be noted that my mother Alex Arnett he's a terrific person but is a terrible photographer she'll send me photos should be like we're here we're all having dinner and she sent me a photo that is the worst worst framed can you believe it MP what part of you think that's it okay live in a day in an age where these cameras that we all have cameras on us all the time take great photographs yeah and boy it's bad just the worst yes funny you mention your mom did a bunch of research read about punch verticals getting me to talk to you I found this interesting one from the national post in twenty twelve at which says here's a quote Alex Arnett is by all accounts a hoot and passed on the ha ha genes to her son this is from no less of an authority on comedy than the national post is is this is this true can you confirm or deny you know I would say my mom can be funny she's not nearly as funny is that she thinks she is I don't think anybody is as funny as they are but but yeah I don't know I don't I don't think I get it I think I get it more for my grand father my mom's dad my mom's funny it should be noted my mom can be super funny but she's also like super square right that's what I'll say about women she's a she is a Die Hard square and she would deny it should get on here and she and her denial would be terrible I kind of wanted to talk a little bit about like how how we kind of got to having this conversation and I find that I find the trajectory really really interesting because I read a globe article from two thousand nine and a pretty actually kind of everything written about you since then says you know you said I have a quote here you are booted out of an impressive number of Toronto public and private schools is that is that a fair characterization of those years now now it's not it it's a funny thing that's going to take it on a life of its own and I love the way it's you know I I remember seeing a thing in the national post a couple years ago and was like such a like weird like hit job photo ID put there was a photo of my ex wife like working at some charity and then the next it was a photo of Vince Vaughn and I were at a dinner at a friend's house and we were laughing it was kind of like saying like look at something serious is going on but then look at this guy is acting like a jackass and being self serving I was like wait that was at a charity dinner to guys how how is that like fitting into your narrative and then incident Id these there have been instances where you know I have had disagreements with various administrations at schools but it's not like it was you know kicked out of a bunch of schools I was I went to boarding school up in Lake field on Terrio north of Peterborough net and in the end at the end of tenth grade I was asked we were it was mutually decided upon that I would not return to that particular establishment right it was good it was good like that it wasn't booted out I think that you know it's kind of a funny glib thing to say but the truth is that's not how it went down in that was the only time that I was asked to not continue on at a particular school but like I think about your family and your dad we talked to him earlier you know Harvard educated guy he no he he rambles in there for awhile how did they handle it when you were having a bit of a hard time in school well yeah I mean that's it you know I'm the only person in my in my family who doesn't have a a degree a university degree and I think that that we kind of was probably tougher them on some level but I gotta I gotta say my parents were really cool about it ultimately in I'd said you know look I it just wasn't it wasn't in the cards for me so what I wanted to do I found myself I went to Korea for about three hours and I just I looked around and I saw everybody doing the same thing and I thought I don't want to do this and that's fine for them it just wasn't for me ends but I think that I think that if nothing else my part what was frustrating for my parents was they just wanted me to kind of land on something that I wanted to do you know I think as a parent I can see that now you know that the fear of watching your kid kind of struggle or or not do well I mean I can you know I I do well in school when I applied myself but I was just bored ultimately and and then I think that that that kind of fear that something your kids can end up as sort of derelict you know that's just natural in the end I can appreciate it now in a way that I couldn't stand I just saw it is them being you know authoritative or whatever but they did allow me that to kind of find what I wanted to do and and I told them I want to be an actor and and they you know ultimately really supported me in and I really I really can't thank them enough until right now now it's enough yeah I know it as a officially on the CBC you've done officially enough that's fine it's a no this is the last year of this charity and I'm never doing it again that's a now I paid off it's clear we're clear I hear what you're saying though because I think you know I also your your parent now hold hold your kids if you want to tell me yeah my sons are eight and ten like it's going to come a time where they might come to you and say Hey dad you know I'm I want to be an actor and I I could see that being scary for you even even though you're an actor for sure especially knowing how hard it is yeah and what that means you know I moved to New York when I was twenty and the first role that I ever had that really kind of moved the ball for me in any real way was arrested development and and and I didn't I did start working on that until I was thirty three so you know there's over a decade of uncertainty you know doing what I want to do and and loving what I was doing but just knowing how hard that is yeah I think as a parent it's scary you when you started acting I is a treat you didn't really comedy wasn't really what you're interested in you know I I don't know if it wasn't that it that it wasn't interested in it it is much as it was that I didn't know how real an Avenue it was for me when it when you're young you sort of make that mistake of wanting everybody to take you seriously because you're young and you think like I've.

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"james arnett" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"james arnett" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Arrived in Las Vegas. Reserve your Cabana at any one of the MGM resorts twelve Vegas resorts to book your Cabana. Visit Cabanas dot MGM resorts dot com, Detroit and KTAR news. Twenty percent chance of showers with a high of eighty two today, a low tonight of sixty two with partly cloudy skies. Your weather's brought to you by Howard air. Paul Calvi see now the desert Ford dealers sports desk. Well, it was raining and Tampa even though there was a roof. It's Domos just running into trolls look into the air played centerfield. We mentioned the basis for juice. There you go part of it. Swab one Jack stopping to the D-Backs after they had to fly cross country. And well Blake Snell the Cy Young award winner. Took a perfect game into the six. All right. It's one game just to back in the dodgers who by the way do win. But they lose AJ Pollock for the next six weeks former D-Backs outfielder as he had yet another procedure on his elbow. So there he goes son's going to send you under hundred into the NBA draft lottery. Last year's number one pick trying to secure this year's number one pick that is the game plan there as for the NBA playoffs rockets. Stop the warriors won twelve one away James Arnett thirty eight and some real defense is also the physicality increases. But when you're dealing with these guys, you know, if you let close to run around and she threes like you'll got no chance in the warriors shot just eight of thirty three from three point range at series tied at two bucks. When in Boston three one Milwaukee they're going to game seven, Avs and sharks and the Kentucky horse racing commission. Told maximum security guess what they denied the appeal that a sports VC on KTAR news are cardinals were on the clock right now. We are on the.

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"james arnett" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"james arnett" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Well, they came off the Colorado loss at a fly through the night there on short, sleep Merrill, Kelly didn't have it. And by the way, Archie Bradley tour Lavelle says he won't be using them in some of those high leverage situations. So we'll see about that. AJ Pollock the former D back. He ends up on the injured list after surgery on that elbow out at least six weeks, by the way, the final for the vaccine lose twelve one four o'clock today. It'll be game two of that series in Tampa on ESPN six twenty AM sons are going to send the Andrea into the NBA draft lottery. And I get it last year's number one pick trying to secure this year's number one pick. But. You really going to defy the karma that got you the number one pick last year. And specifically we're talking about Josh Jackson and have my lucky underwear. Yes. I don't know, man. I wouldn't do it rockets. Stop the warriors won twelve one away James Arnett thirty eight some actual defense under Mike dantonio is the playoffs physicality increases. But when you're dealing with these guys, you know, if you let close to run around and shoot threes, like you'll got no chance the warriors shot just say to thirty three from three point range at series tied at two bucks. When in Boston. So they have a three one series lead. Bruins club closeout Columbus in the NHL playoffs avalanche force game seven in San Jose. And that is sports book ABC on KTAR news. And yesterday the suits around. You're asking me Cal, poly, Pennsylvania. You're gonna file that vacation requests form what your TPS report look in the past that used to be my trigger. I realize ation like whole going to plan a summer getaway. And I was totally unprepared. Totally behind not now because of already been working on.

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"james arnett" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

03:13 min | 3 years ago

"james arnett" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"Saint louis in you're listening to the jeffrey candelaria show on the unofficial start to more to summer memorial roy ninety four point five fm and am newsradio seven seventy four nineteen eightynine degrees and i am enjoying stevie nicks birthday today characters gerald's been playing much stevie nicks music as he can find a lot of it too great i liked grab i used to love fleetwood mac i thought they were the best stevie nicks seventy years old today can't believe that other notable people in joining their birthday today or linney kravitz fifty four lenny kravitz fifty four hank williams junior sixty nine singer lauryn hill is forty three khloe kardashian baby daddy scott disick is thirty five yeah he hit the lottery i think that's khloe kardashian baby daddy scott district thirty five comedian bob cat go wait fifty fiftysix i'll never forget when he set that chair on fire on the tonight show and he's been kind of persona non grata ever since philip michael thomas from miami vice i don't really know a lot of work that he did after miami vice met film phil michael thomas sixty nine actress helena bonham carter helena bonham carter fifty two pam grier oh i love pam grier she's sixty nine pam grier and i you know i don't know if she lives in hollywood now but i remember when she went into obscurity so to speak she was up in colorado so and she might still be up there so she sixty nine today loved all the her movies when i was a kid in the seventies genie francis is fifty six margaret collins sixty and majlis half sister brandy cyrus is thirty one today british actor laurence fox inspector lewis is forty and i'm not even sure who that is the first us female astronaut sally ride would have been sixty seven today western icons john wayne and james arnett net nez matt dillon and j silver heels tanto were born on this date the late leon helm would have been seventy eight today jazz great peggy lee and miles davis were born on this day and the immortal jazz singer al jolson was born on may twenty six eighteen eighty six man it looks like an anniversary that you might have missed because it didn't happen would have been michael jackson and lisa marie presley were married on this date in nineteen ninety four gods that seems like just yesterday all that.

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"james arnett" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

KUGN 590 AM

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"james arnett" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"The actor max gillin is matt dillon was the the sheriff in gunsmoke you've played by james aren't s started in nineteen fifty five and went to the tonight nine hundred seventy five so twenty one seasons of gunsmoke and there are six hundred and i think there six hundred thirty four episodes of that so a lot of stuff here and so for those who've you who do you even remember a peter are ness the actor nobody remembers his name but i don't know yeah i wouldn't be able to he was in lineup he was in movies like lindsey now leslie nielsen airplane movie he was but he was the he was the host and the leader of mission impossible on television and his brother his he and matt dillon matt dillon used his name james s and peter graves sorry i use the wrong name of the wrong guy james aren't s was the brother of peter graves and they use different names because they didn't want to confuse one of use mother's name the other one used the father's name and james arnett started as john wayne stunt guy and john wayne was asked to be the was asked to be mad dillon on on the television show and he said i don't wanna to do tv on g get my stunt man to do it and that's how he got started and it happened that nobody thought gunsmoke was going to make it on tv so they gave our nessin opportunity to buy into it and he ended up owning the show and became one of the wealthiest men in hollywood who knew a story about the simpsons would bring this much interest for you doug well i just think it's interesting to look at this stuff it's a cultural thing how long the simpsons and what that culturally presents and law and order and what that culturally presents and meant and gunsmoke three very different types of programs and they all lasted for a long long time because they knew how to keep the audience interested in what was going on it's great writing it's i think it's a great story about one.

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