17 Burst results for "Jim Jim Fowler"
"jim fowler" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Was the guy's name Jim Fowler Jackie member gyms lesson but Marlon Perkins goes over he he takes it thank you he's gonna he's gonna remove him from the sound of like these rocks you're going to Arizona you see the big red rock hill he was like on sat around and bring him out hello no you're not mark Bergin said we underestimated the strength of the cat they had to bring in GM at about eight of Jim's friends to get that cat out other Kenneth's yes Sir how are you all right I'm doing good I'm black I'm doing really good all right what you got on the black lab yeah I learned while a lot of things that you know at the teen years how long sixty one oh my goodness what is it with black men call on a beer sound in thirty in B. and seventy D. A. N. deal and I got a little bit nervous sound in it good because I I I love the do you love love slice okay the law sound is a shade of it as you're supposed to not you know why because I'm a survival the lord our god his son Jesus Christ brought me about that horrible pit and I I give him glory actual bomb every decade I am not supposed to be here I shop in the chip ADA brigade woke up eight days later so I'm happy because I'm I'm I told we don't know what will be the so well one of the the long was is it about my surroundings to be aware just to be alive not only will it back out what you were saying in regards to what you said the company is pretty okay Hootie if you decide to keep your head more why are you in the store will be all if you walk in the photo you all of your support if you are a must talk about when you go to your work I'm looking at you what do you make sure you're going a couple our only fear how to fight you became so not even so you're going to what is reality so only male I remember when Donald Trump became president and Jim Brown okay mom yeah he's gonna help us support down property and there Jim Brown walked the streets are GM brown came up in the air where you don't know sixties pretty bad and you know I'm a John brown's telling the interviewer that the million that have helped in the malls sixty one white man and I could relate to that because that's what that's what happened me not my father's really good man six so you would not believe my father my father was the first black man to become an executive IBM back in the sixties well probably not my father knows your struggle and this even though the situation with Mister Floyd there ironically this has helped me heal and build up we'll see we will not bother because now I can go back and understand now that I have a conversation with him yesterday dryer thank you thank them and and I wanna talk to officer kills what will record which you just use the word understand so many people are talking then expressing inventing and screaming how many people have come to a greater understanding of another person because of what's happened that is a level of me to say I understand my father more now at sixty one Donna that.
"jim fowler" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Code three is giving parents tours of the trailer this week in beech Grove Indy and Lawrence in beech Grove Eric Berman ninety three W. I. B. C. mobile news three dole one zero India is on its way to the moon the country launching a rocket this morning carrying it on manta probe that will land on near the moon's South Pole the mission will take India will make any other fourth nation to land some sort of spacecraft spacecraft on the moon joining the U. S. the Soviet Union and China already on the moon it left there by the Apollo eleven astronauts is the lunar laser retro flicked her it was developed by Dr Jim Fowler a native of Mishawaka Indiana is designed to help scientists measure the distance between the earth and the moon it's extremely difficult to measure the distance from the earth to the moon the challenge is really why and how much signal do you end up getting back so we use laser systems in order to do this doctor Todd Yeager works for her right yes the company that built it he says it's the only piece of equipment left by Apollo eleven that still works now fifty years later right now you've got some rain showers on radar it is seventy degrees in downtown Indy I'm John here right on Kerr Darling on the level on the go and on Twitter at ninety three W. Y. D. C. N. W. com live from the heart the crossroads of America it's totally cats today the Arabians saying that they broke up a spy ring seventeen C. I. A. agents and they've already killed some of them believe what you will I'll believe none of it actually spoke with Steven Yates of DC international advisory a guy who works national security for vice president Cheney an expert on China when we talk about foreign policy he spoke with me earlier about the subject of share that with you in a few they've taken but center that belongs to the United Kingdom it will lead to a level of response from the United States not the United States can't respond in a way that the U. K. needs to respond but if we're talking about whether or not the straits of Hormuz are safe because that's we're talking about here don't be surprised if you see a little US action I'm gonna get to the Iran story in the second I don't want you to.
"jim fowler" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU
"Perdue says he's been asked to craft new aid policy help US farmers caught mccraw fire of the trade war. Scott Horsely NPR news, Washington schools were closed today in the Houston area after heavy rainfall flooded roadways with golf ball sized hail in some areas leading to several high water rescues Jeff Janacek with the fort been drainage district says they're keeping an eye on reservoirs and rivers in southeastern Texas where some homes were flooded earlier in the week rivers rise in about one foot every two hours specifically down in that area. We have a community called tier 'Grande, and we communicate with the residents down there in the lower end of the county and your need Ville, making sure they're aware of the conditions. Go another round of storms is expected early Saturday. Houston has repeatedly faced flooding in recent years because the city has insufficient drainage and experienced rapid development that reduced wetlands stocks finished modestly higher on Wall Street bouncing back from session lows. The Dow rose one hundred fourteen points up about four tenths of a percent. You're listening to. NPR? A beloved television zoologist has died at age eighty nine Jim Fowler. Co-hosted mutual of Omaha is wild kingdom on NBC in the nineteen sixties. He died Wednesday at his home in Connecticut. NPR's Neda ulaby says the cause was complications from heart disease. If you remember wild kingdom, you remember Jim Fowler jumping out of helicopters without a parachute to tag, huge elks in Wyoming. And the deep snow. It was deemed unwise. Trek? One fellow was the early one and khakis he often visited the tonight show with a sorts of animals host Johnny Carson joked that feller, unlike Marlin Perkins was inevitably the one endanger Marlin would look into the cameras.
"jim fowler" Discussed on 710 WOR
"NASA and all the work. And remember the NASA mission control, see all. Those hard work in men and women of NASA to make sure safely get to the moon. Would you trust Jeff basis on that? What you trust Jeff as the get you there. You just get you back from there. Jeff basis who looks like he came from the moon that this does look like he's from another planet. But he's talking about the road to space. We're going to build a road to space. All right back to the moon. This time to stay. You know, when somebody says you wanna go the Hamptons even that it's just too far. It's who wants to sit in traffic go to the moon. We will run out of energy on earth. This is just terrific is going to happen. So what is he saying? We'll get it from the moon. I never been there. But just look at the picture a lot of energy there. But what do I know? And then let's say there was a lot of material there that would give you energy. Get back here the trucking fees on that just congestion pricing getting that back here. So I think it's just a lot of billionaires Alon musk types. If just bucket list stuff for them to go to the moon their own space program. Understand if you're like astronaut, if you're a pilot that would be so important if regular citizen have you looked at pictures of the moon. Do you really say these go there that looks great boy wouldn't love to have a vacation home there? It doesn't look like, let's be honest. It doesn't look like there's a lot to there. I know you get out you step down on the lunar surface and go one small step for man. Okay. After that, ten minutes later the novelty wears off. All right. Well, then you turn around you look at the earth. It's like a little ball sky, you'd take a few selfless. That's it. Then what do you do? I mean, it's great for an hour. But then you might as well come back. Anyway, we got to get to we'll get to. We'll get China. We'll get to Howard Stern gets all of that coming up. We'll get to the fake news media. What are we going to do about it? Hey, check out the webpage. Lot of great stuff. Okay. Watch this video. This is the first episode of the apprentice, this is the opening sequence Donald Trump talks about losing billions of dollars in the early nineties the New York Times acted like they found out some secret. He described it on the first episode of the apprentice in two thousand four watch the video. Hey, also, Jim Fowler died. Remember, this great animal expert who would bring those animals on the tonight show. And sometimes it was hysterical watches little montage some of the funniest moments ever. Jim follow on the tonight show also people texting while walking what's this here? Some of the dumbest accidents ever, it's all up on the web page. Go to seven ten w dot com slash Mark, seven ten W, R dot. Com slash Mark bluecross blueshield believe everyone should have access to healthcare. No matter who you are or where you live. That's why in every state are companies are working to improve health and expand access to care from training. Former military medics to serve world America to helping expectant mothers recover from opioid dependence. We're investing community by community for the health of America. Learn more at.
"jim fowler" Discussed on X96
"So here we are at the aviary, and Tim Brown is the CEO here. The the head of the what what are you called CO or Tim, boss, Tim? Yeah. It's Tim call him Kim. This is a tragedy, and you will know no this name and a lot of people will he was one of a kind. He wasn't original. He'll be missed. Jim Fowler has died. Really? You remember who along with the zoologist Marlin Perkins introduced generations of television viewers to wild animals film on their natural in their natural Heff mutual of Omaha has wild kingdom, and Marlin Perkins would say, well, Jim Russia's the alligator will look at this. I love that was Jim bell in the background being molested by some animal. Right. Our kids are spoiled with nature shows and stuff now. But when we were growing up that was all you had was neutral Bomar, wildcat, perhaps Jim should re up his life insurance policy ritual of Omaha, and then when Marlin past Jim took over the show, and he made it a little more scienc- in. I mean, he was he was he was a tru-truly naturals. They not sure mar Marlin was an insurance. And he did he failed as an actor. So he became he showed up on, you know, wearing the shorts and everything now. And then, but it was mostly Marlin mostly Jim out in the field mutual of Omaha. The insurance company had advertised on a previous show, featuring Mr. Perkins Marlin Perkins called zoo parade, and it agreed to underwrite a new show that ventured into the wild. And Jim Fowler. Naturalists have been working with birds of prey and Marlin Perkins had seen him on the today show exhibiting and imposing heartbe eagle are they imposing animals zipper. Imposing a bird native to the central and South American rainforests. He invited joint Jim Fowler. Join him on wild kingdom Perkins twenty five years older than Mr. Fowler was the host and Jim Fowler. His sidekick who did most of the work or so it seemed to viewers of the single camera episodes. Now, that's true. I mean, there was really just like one camera was kind of in the background usually Marlin was usually like an. The library, you know, sitting in a library. Introducing you know, Jim went out and chase the wild Brian our son, Grayson Jim out to track the widely buffalo. Well, Jim is pestering. You know? Now. But Jim Fowler said in an interview a few years ago, the Marlin Perkins was just as active as I was. But the camera cutting back and forth gave us gave you a false impression. Once we had two cameras. It looked better. Travelled. They traveled the world. And there's a picture here of a young Jim Fowler with a heartbe eagle and the New York Times areas. So he was eighty something. I had no idea it was still around. Speaking of eagles. There is a new eagle exhibit opening here at the Tracy aviary as and it's in the paper today or no it's on channel two. They I guess they came out here and did a story. Yeah yesterday. Yeah. New exhibit eagle ridge. And it's it says here, let's see if this is correct reporting. All right. All right because the man is here eagle ridge incorporates an interactive play area. Yeah. With bird themed feature such as a replica eagle's nest? It's it says here, let's see if this is correct reporting. All right. All right because the man is here eagle ridge incorporates an interactive play area. Yeah. With bird themed features such as a replica eagle's nest there, it is basket nest swings. Oh, yeah. Those look on hammocks Alya and a tree slide near the bird. Feeder cafe. That's right over there. These are all nest themed play activities. So the hammocks are like a Oriole nests, then we have up and down the Jordan river. We've got the cavity nest is the tree won over there at ground nest lovely says there are two female bald eagles, which we conceive more Sadat's action, and Ian, Condor, you're not a bird guy. So we can't see the eagles because they're stretching north of us. That's a big bird. Condor. Anion Condor for drinking coffee named after that beautiful bird over there. He's sixty south years old. Yeah. Right. Here. The whole time fifty nine years is he on Medicare? Not yet. Three five. He hasn't retired. He still exhibiting. No working. Yeah. He's working. How did the aviary? Come by the Condor, I became an egg. And then once that hatch he came from San Diego. Well, I guess we ended up with them at age one. And I believe at some point he is with a sister. They got separated. So she could go to another to we brought in a female. We my predecessors in a female. He he's a bachelor he didn't do well with her. And so is live by itself for quite a while. And he goes on walks. Andy walks, you'll speak with Helen later today. And she can she can she takes him out. Yeah. Now, how is it different from the California? So their South American. So the California condors North American bigger or are they the same or these are a little bigger? So the the Andean one cracks, okay? And the California condors are quite rare. How about the South American ones, they're more plentiful? And so the the anion Condor actually in some ways played a huge role in saving the California condors, California, Condor was down to less than forty in the wild. And so to learn all the husbandry skills, how to raise the checks and hand feed him and all that stuff. You don't apparently you don't do that. When you only have forty left. Now, they use the anion Condor to to figure out how to do that stuff. The more plentiful species. Now, I did I hear correctly to there's a cow a California Condor here in Utah. Now. On we've. Yeah. That area has condors California condors they sort of taken up, and so they've become more prevalent in the wild there somebody there are now over two hundred but they're having trouble gang, the California condors to reproduce and fledge young in the wild. So we've got the capacity to keep the species alive. The peregrine fund does fantastic work with that San Diego zoo, some others, but. Habitat and other issues are limiting their ability to survive in the wild, right or give them a tax credit, sometimes that encourages people to have more children or come out or just have them convert. Yeah, that's the best way to the Catholic church. I met all kinds of kids sports weather traffic. Let's see brought to you by Mucci. They're cooking up something new for you. Besides their famous, Philly cheese steaks. Try the new Philly cheese steak egg rolls differently delicious. Utah royals play today. They play Houston at one thirty and oursel- playing Colorado tomorrow at seven o'clock, let's see whether it's it's beautiful sons out here at Tracy aviary. The winds have died down a little bit. It's going to be gorgeous day. Perfect data to check out the aviary is still free for kids twelve and under until ten o'clock this morning this morning. So we're in liberty park. Best way to get here. Come down nine pick the night, south.
"jim fowler" Discussed on 710 WOR
"What you trust Jeff pays to get you there. Would you trust me? Get your back from there. Jeff basis who looks like he came from the moon that this does look like he's from another planet. But he's talking about the road to space. We're going to build a road to space. All right back to the moon. This time to stay, you know, when somebody says you wanna go the Hamptons, even that just too far hours who wants to sit in that traffic. Well, let's go to the moon. We will run out of energy on earth. This is just arithmetic is going to happen. So what does he say? We'll get it from the moon. I never been there. But just look at the picture that look like a lot of energy there. But what do I know? And then let's say there was a lot of material there that would give you energy you get back here, the trucking fees on that just to congestion pricing getting that back here. So I think it's just a lot of billionaires Elon Musk types. It's just like bucket list for them to go to the moon have their own space program. I can understand if you're like astronaut if you're a pilot that would be so important to the moon, but if a regular citizen have you looked at pictures of the moon. Do you really say cheese go there that looks great? Boy, when you love to have a vacation home there. It doesn't look like, let's be honest. It doesn't look like there's a lot to do there. I know you get out you step down on the lunar surface, and you go one small step for man. Okay. After that, ten minutes later the novelty wears off. All right. Well, then you turn around you look at the earth. It's like a little ball sky. You take a few selfish? That's it. Then what do you do? I mean, it's great for an hour. But then you might as well come back. Anyway, we got lots to get to. We'll get to. We'll get to China. We'll get to Howard Stern. It's all of that coming up. We'll get to the fake news media. What are we going to do about it? Hey, check out the webpage. Lot of great stuff there. Okay. Watch this. Here's video. This is the first episode of the apprentice, this is the opening sequence where Donald Trump talks about losing billions of dollars in the early nineties the New York Times acted like they found out some secret. He described it on the first episode of the apprentice in two thousand four watch the video. Hey, also, Jim Fowler died. Remember, this great animal expert who would bring those animals on the tonight show. And sometimes it was hysterical watches little Monty some of the funniest moments ever. Jim follow on the tonight show also people texting while walking what's this here? Some of the dumbest.
"jim fowler" Discussed on KQED Radio
"While the soil will dry out there are still problems. We are seeing this really long term major river flooding problem on the Mississippi River and all the tributaries all the way up and down the Mississippi, and that's going to continue to take a long time for for the water to make it out to the Gulf leading. It's still persistent on the Missouri river and its tributaries to the democratic chairman of the House Ways, and means committee is expected to announce today how he'll respond to the Treasury Department's refusal to release some of President Trump's tax returns. Massachusetts congressman Richard Neal has consulted with congressional attorneys. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin says despite clear IRS rules. He won't release the returns he says there is no legitimate legislative purpose to do. So you're listening to NPR. The US and South Korean military's say the projectiles launched by North Korea on Thursday were short range missiles, NPR's, Anthony Kuhn reports from Seoul that the military's are still analyzing exactly what kind of missiles they were South Korean president moon. Jae in's the launches could violate U N Security Council resolutions, even if the missiles were short range. Japan's government lodged a protest against the launches through its embassy in Beijing, North Korean state media. Meanwhile, released pictures of leader Kim Jong UN's who providing Thursday's launch Kim noted with satisfaction that his country at launch missiles from both its east and west coasts in the space of a week despite the missile tests US special Representative on North Korea. Stephen begin told foreign ministry officials here that the door remains open for Pyongyang to return to nuclear negotiations. Anthony Kuhn, NPR, news soul. Meanwhile, the US has seized North Korean cargo ship that's been detained for more than a year. U S officials say violated. International sanctions because it was traveling toward Indonesia with a shipment of coal. US? Officials say the ship is being moved to American Samoa. The Justice department says the vessel is one of North Korea's largest cargo ships, the former host of the popular TV program mutual of Omaha. Wild kingdom has died, according to the program's website. Jim Fowler was eighty nine years old. He began co hosting the show in the nineteen sixties with Marlin Perkins. Valor was also a popular guest on Johnny Carson's tonight show he served as a wildlife correspondent for NBC's today show, I'm korva Coleman. NPR news in Washington. Support for NPR comes from NPR stations. Other contributors include the Kresge foundation expanding opportunities in America's cities through grant, making and social investing more, Ed crazzy dot org, and the John D and Catherine T.
"jim fowler" Discussed on KCRW
"While the soil will dry out there are still problems where we are seeing this really long term major river flooding problem on the Mississippi River and all the tributaries all the way up and down the Mississippi, and that's going to continue to take a long time for for the water to make its way out to the Gulf letting it still persistent on the Missouri river and its tributaries to the democratic chairman of the House Ways, and means committee is expected to announce today how he'll respond to the Treasury Department's refusal to release some of President Trump's tax returns. Massachusetts congressman Richard Neal has consulted with congressional attorneys. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin says despite clear IRS rules. He won't release the returns he says there is no legitimate legislative purpose to do. So you're listening to NPR. The US and South Korean military's say the projectiles launched by North Korea on Thursday were short range missiles, NPR's, Anthony Kuhn reports from Seoul that the military's are still analyzing exactly what kind of missiles they were South Korean president moon. Jae in's had the launches could violate U N Security Council resolutions, even if the missiles were short range Japan's government launched a protest against the launches through its embassy in Beijing, North Korean state media. Meanwhile, released pictures of leader Kim Jong UN's who providing Thursday's launch Kim noted with satisfaction that his country it launched missiles from both its east and west coasts in the space of a week despite the missile tests US special Representative on North Korea. Stephen begin told foreign ministry officials here that the door remains open for Pyongyang to return to nuclear negotiations. Anthony Kuhn, NPR, news soul. Meanwhile, the US has seized North Korean cargo ship that's been detained for more than a year. U? S officials say violated international sanctions because it was traveling toward Indonesia with a shipment of coal. US officials say that ship has being moved to American Samoa. The Justice department says the vessel is one of North Korea's largest cargo ships, the former host of the popular TV program mutual of Omaha. Wild kingdom has died, according to the program's website. Jim Fowler was eighty nine years old. He began co hosting the show in nineteen sixties with Marlin Perkins. Valor was also a popular guest on Johnny Carson's tonight show. He served as a wildlife correspondent for NBC's today show, I'm korva Coleman. NPR news in Washington. Support for NPR comes from the Kresge foundation. Expanding opportunities in America's cities through grant, making and social investing more Kresge dot org. Hey, I'm Kelly mcevers from NPR I live here in LA. And I rely on KCRW to hear about what matters my world. And just like you don't wanna miss a minute. That's why I love.
"jim fowler" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Five AM seven fifty you could trust. ESPN? Check a guy to travel to the southeast perimeter here and more in less than three minutes. Our traffic update at Senate. Oh, nine temperatures sixty six Alfa Reta police notice the increase in cases of road race is ridiculous that we're seeing so many of these instances where people were getting so enraged at deploying handguns on sergeant Howard Miller tells channel two action news, they're looking for a driver who do a gun on. Another motorist is the extra Georgia four hundred on a Mansell road the offense letting someone else merging front they have a partial tag of the suspect's car new developments in a shooting at J kitchen and midtown Atlanta. The gunman gets forty years in prison with at least twenty to serve Todd pleads guilty to the two thousand seventeen robbery and assault. We told you follow the victim into the restaurant kept firing as the wounded, man. Tried to crawl away. An update this morning on the search for two fishermen after a boat collision on Lake Lanier body of one of the men. It's been recovered. DNR? Sergeant Lee Brown says divers found thirty eight year old Nick chamois near bald ridge creek in literature park in Forsyth county about thirty three feet is whether he was at but it's a slice. Slopes down. We're hoping that the other person is fairly close to him to search for fifty nine year old Briana saw privates resumes. This morning weather permitting, the fishermen disappeared Wednesday after their bass boat collided with a cabin cruiser. Mark Alewine WSB Fowler of wild kingdom. Dies at home in Connecticut. Eighty nine Fowler spent decades getting up close and personal with wildlife. Sometimes too close to the delight of tonight show host Johnny Carson. The only guy that Marlin could find news dumb enough to do what he said to do Marlin the show host Marlin Perkins Fowler grew up on a farm in South Georgia. He later turned into a wildlife. Preserve WBZ news time seven eleven after seven o'clock. I be sure. Tune in tonight while you're dodging storms on your late in the evening drive this evening WSB special events in this evening at seven pm our documentary. Jamie, Dupree's new voice hosted by Jay black. Jamie dupree. The voice of reason on the way home. Kirk Mellish joins us live. What's next time? You thinking that the chance of showers and storms might be peaking. That's right. Let's like the chance starts by two pm goes up after four pm and then back down again after ten pm some areas of fog early this morning. A forty percent chance of an afternoon or evening shower thunderstorm. So at least it looks more hit and miss compared to yesterday evening. A high around Eighty-three and a low tonight around sixty seven tomorrow, mostly cloudy, a shower thunderstorm eighty percent likely at times, high seventy nine Sunday, mostly cloudy, a shower thunderstorm. Eighty percent likely at times diminishing in the evening, cooler high seventy four lows fifty five to fifty eight recapping the forecast for today, some areas of fog until ten o'clock this morning, otherwise mostly cloudy, forty percent, chance of a shower thunderstorm afternoon or evening and a high around Eighty-three temperatures around the area right now the suburban school bus stops. Alfred Sixty-three Kennesaw, sixty five Marietta and Lawrence. Phil wake up to sixty six. Give them the rain and thunderstorms moving in this weekend. Download the WSB radio app and turn on whether alerts currently at sixty six on Peachtree street. I'm meteorologist Kirk Mellish. WSB? The morning drive is up to now. Here's Smilin' Mark McKay. Springs on the inner loop, Scott certainly not related to the construction zone. You try to work in leading Roswell road on the loop to.
"jim fowler" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Coming up. This weekend. It's fantastic. We'll get to that little music. We were talking about Jim Fowler before the brakes and people have been waiting a long time. So let's get back to you. So Bruce, you'll get the last word Judy was joining us before the break, Judy. I'm sorry. We were so rudely interrupted. Hello. Hi. How are you? I'm good. Thanks caller. Thank you. Well, Bruce, stole my center, and in the last caller still my center. I know and yet you hung in there. Yeah. I was gonna mention Bob Wilkins. I mean, he got me three more Saturday nights. When my parents went to the moose lodge. It was wonderful. Your parents went to the Meuse lies. Tune into creature features. Great. And and then another show that goes a little bit further than sixty started in nineteen fifty one believe I watched it in the fifties was share Lewis and lamb trap. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. I I remember sharing Lewis and lamb chop. I wouldn't around in the fifties. But I do remember them. Probably I don't know like in the early seventies late sixties, maybe something like that. But they were very very popular, obviously, very popular show. Yeah. And and I just loved it when you turn on the television, and it would take time to warm up, right? Cartoons. And you're thinking come on. Yes. Right, right. To miss the Saturday morning cartoons more than anything Judy. But you know, it's good to have a first time caller. We're getting a lot of first-time caller tonight. And I'm glad you are one. And hopefully, you'll call us again and weighing on another topic sometime don't forget about Gumby Gumby, Gumby, pokey Gumby and pokey in those what were the little guys they had the little Christian. Those are like little puppets under what you call. Stop action. Kind of things can be then there was a little oh gosh Christian boy that they I can't remember I shouldn't have even went through member. Yeah. Judy. Hey, it's nice to meet you call us again. Thank you and Bruce joining us. I bruce. Pat down memory lane. Thank you. And I yeah. Yeah. I told you before things really love that show. As I was listening getting around campfire or. Well. Boy, for some reason, I'm having a tough time. Here you Bruce. It'd be honest with you I didn't hear what you said there something about a campfire. This is kgo. Yes. That's your show. It's like sitting around a campfire with a cigar and beer and just telling stories, that's that's pretty good. That's what I would hope for it to be Bruce. It's been fifty years since I've thought about KoKo the clown. I remember the song to you. Remember that? Oh, thank you. Thank you. The ink quill comes cocoa. That's that's right. That's right. I gotta Harry Martin story though. All right. He was the precursor to captain delta. Yes. He was. My family would take Santa Cruz every year for vacation, I'm down at the beach one time with my little red bucket and my show I'm digging in the sand. Comes along and kneels down to me was of borrow your bucket and your several and there's a photographer with him. And I look at him, and it's Terry Martin and a new name, and they were just goofing around probably taking some promo pictures or something he posed with me, and I so badly wanted to say your Harry Martin. But I was so intimidated. All right. We'll be star. Yes. I didn't say anything. I always regretted it. But then I came home, and I told my best friend next door. And then I told his mom and she kinda rained on my issues. He's only a Kirsan. Yeah. But he's on TV. He's just jealous. Yeah. Don't ruin their kids little excitement by just saying something like that. Let him be excited about meeting this guy. I mean, he was like a hero to us little kids. And she probably was just. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. But he came out of nowhere under sitting there digging next thing. I know I'm getting a picture with. He seemed like he was a nice nice guy. Yeah. She did seems very very during. Nice. Yeah. And then towards the then I remember he ended up doing like movie like interviewing movie stars and celebrities and things there for a period of time on the case. But I always enjoyed Harry Martin. I thought he was top notch in a very talented guy. A good Broussais. It's good to hear from you tonight. Thank you. All right that and yeah, thanks a lot. And by the way, Johnny q our friend, Johnny cue. Thank you. Yes. He's right. Davey and Goliath Davey and Goliath was the other show. I was trying to think of it. That was kind of like a who else Robin said that too. So we have two people saying, David and Goliath. Yes, right. Exactly. So anyhow this all came up because we were talking about Jim Fowler. Jim Fowler who passed away? He's eight he was eighty nine years old naturalists longtime co host host of the TV show mutual. Mas wild kingdom died at his home in Norwalk, Connecticut. Emmy award winner for his work on mutual of Omaha made over a hundred appearances on the tonight show with Johnny Carson served as a wildlife correspondent for the today show showed up with a hawk as a guest on a talk show hosted by Michael Richards out of his apartment, and in nineteen Ninety-seven episode of Seinfeld remember Fowler. And if and fellow zoologist Marlin Perkins worked on wild kingdom starting with the pilot episode, aired January ninth nineteen sixty three and it went through his retirement, Marlin Perkins retirement and eighty five and then Jim Fowler went alone for a few years return to the show when it was revived in two thousand and two. But if you were around back, then you'll remember this. Welcome to mutual of Omaha. World kingdom. Why alive and conservation stories occur all over the world? Well, filming our shows in these distant places. There are many adventures creating some wonderful memorable moments. Many of these I shared with Jim fell. Yeah. Marlin Perkins was really upbeat guy right there. I just want to see him wrestle like Orval red member. Never forget Marlin. It's odd. How these come back with real impact with you encounter? Something that triggers the memory. Sure, I agree. I agree to bring to mind a memorable moment you had once Jim in Wyoming it involved the red neck band. That's right. And you don't forget the red neck fan like this. When it's the basis for your jumping out of a flying helicopter without a parachute. Jambi jumping out of the plane without a parachute jump on the antelope lower mountain valley. There would be in the.
"jim fowler" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"And China this coming right after that North Korea story, you might have wondered about that. US officials are insisting that any deal be strictly enforced. So that China lives up to its promises something they say Beijing has repeatedly failed to do in the past California. Could again lead the way in protecting wildlife by banning the use of a certain type of poison used on ribbons assembly approved legislation this week, which would ban second generation anticoagulant Kim Kelly's with the animal legal defense fund says it's about time, basically, the most toxic redefined to be have. And they call them essentially one eating hill because even eating one of these. Animals is enough to point these larger carnivores a study by the State Department of pesticide regulation found that rodenticides are poisoning a wide range of animals, including mountain lines. Bob, cats Pacific fishers towels and endangered San Joaquin kit foxes, nearly thirty California cities have already banned the poison the legislation is now being considered in the Senate. California's no, I'm sorry. I won't want to tell you is that President Trump, welcome. The Boston Red Sox to the White House today to congratulate them on their World Series victory. At one point the president mentioned his hometown team in the playoffs. You best at your archrival. The yankees. I think I'd be a neutral in this. But you did Mr. Trump praised the team for visiting Walter Reed hospital to meet with wounded servicemembers. And after the event, the president said he was going to give the players a tour of the Lincoln bedroom. There are plans to turn the collagen mission cheating scandal into a TV series. And a television says it'll make the series based on the upcoming book accepted being written by to Wall Street Journal reporters, the department of Justice says it's the largest such scandal. They've ever tried to prosecute Jim Fowler, a longtime host of mutual of Omaha wild kingdom TV show has died. He was eighty seven no word yet on the cause of death Fowler was trained as zoologist and initially he coast hosted wild kingdom with Marlin Perkins. You'd always have Marlins say and now gyms going to go Russell. And alligator while I talk to you about insurance or something. Jim always got the short end of the animal stick on wild kingdom. I remember that. I was always like, hey, dad. Why does Marlin hate, Jim? Anyway, he became sole host of the program back in nineteen.
"jim fowler" Discussed on KTOK
"NewsRadio one thousand K T. Okay. It is Leigh Matthews a four zero one thousand Matthews at KTAR dot com and Jackie rights. I do remember watching Jim Fowler on mutual Omaha wild kingdom. And I was usually waiting for the wonderful world of Disney to come on. He will be sorely missed. And so we'll all the animals that he had to wrestle. Yes. He will Jackie I'm not laughing at the death of the man, I'm just laughing at that at that whole era of television. You know, it was usually the time of day when mom was making you settle down because she knew okay supper was coming, and then you had to go to bed and he had to go to school the next day. So you were winding down from a wild and wacky weekend. If it was warm outside you were running you've been running around like crazy, ever since church, and and and wild kingdom would at least keep you entertain for thirty minutes. Mike and the love cannon. That's where you learn. How to wrangle copper hit exactly? This is good memories. We have that. And as you got a little older, you started to notice the situation, which was Jim was always the one handling the animal because Marlin hands over at one foot in the grave. Handle the the raccoon or or the hamster jock was and Jim was the one had wrestle the Komodo dragon yet. Yeah. And then spend the next two weeks in an Indonesian hospital getting antibiotics when it bit him. Anyway, Jim Fowler was had has passed away today. So sad memory NewsRadio one that actually it's a happy memory because it's funny when I look back on it with my twenty first century is it's it's hilarious. It really is. Tom Wright's Li listen to you yesterday evening. Funny thing on your topic. The media seems to publicize school shootings, but remained quiet on teen suicides because of the copycat tendencies if you get folks seeking attention, maybe since suicide of one individual doesn't serve the agenda where as the school shootings do the left wing media propaganda. I think we should stop covering them as well. At least Tom announcing the names of the shooter's that's been my policy. I'm not going to put the names of the shooter's out there because they. They want. That's what they want deep down inside the other thing, Tom. I don't know if you noticed this. I noticed this my producer, Tom, my producer, Mike and the love cannon noticed this. When the when the story in Colorado broke and that there was a shooting. There was very few very little coverage very little details. And that was because the initial reports had no deaths. It was quote seven injured, and they would move and they moved on to the next story. There weren't any deaths. Now, there have been seven deaths they'd have been all over it like a bad suit and most of those covering it would have had on bad suits. And the reason is death sale cells is specially the death of children my friends. The national media is not here to lean to the left. They're not here to indoctrinate you. They are here to try to keep your attention. And they know what keeps your attention dead. Children keeps your attention people doing horrible things to each other keeps your attention president being a nasty man keeps your attention. And so that's what they were waiting for. We noticed yesterday. They seem to be doing a lot of backtracking and going back over the details of what happened in the school. Because now they know somebody did die. Oh. And by the way, there was a bigger story going on the kids inside the school. Didn't do what they were supposed to do. And I I'm convinced it's because it was a charter school. I really am. I'll get into this a little bit more later on NewsRadio one thousand Katie. Okay. I'm not blaming non-charter schools for safety issues. But I am saying I think these kids were in this school because they wanted to learn the kids in this school wanted to go to college the kids in this school were not there to be indoctrinated the kids in this school where learning critical thinking skills and not to just shut up and sit down and do as you're told. Your thoughts. Eight four thousand Leigh Matthews. Katya? K dot com, Jacqueline writes, real men, fight Lee and protect and serve and in doing so preserve civilization and saying this in no way, undermines womanhood or femininity homeschool, Oklahoma. Not sure who wrote it speaks to the youth heroes in the Colorado school. Thank you Jacqueline. And you must have been listening to my monologue yesterday where I praised the kids who did rush these shooters and subdue them before I say again before the police arrived. God bless the police and the response times were adequate. But if you're staring down the barrel of a gun, you've got milliseconds not minutes. Another David has something important to say in relation to this. I will share that when you next let me share, traffic and weather together right now. Newsradio one thousand K T. Okay. Glucose Lucille to believe everyone should have access to healthcare. That's why are companies are investing community by community.
"jim fowler" Discussed on KTOK
"One thousand gates. He okay, it's Leigh Matthews on a sad note today, we have an obituary Jim Fowler. Longtime co host of wild kingdom has died at the age of eighty-seven, Mike an-and, the love cannon is the one who pointed that out to me. He's my pop culture consultant and producer, Mike is this the same Jim that Marlin Perkins would always invite to go wrestle the saltwater crocodile or allow the yellow Anaconda to wrap itself around his waist would stand just out out of reach the six foot striking range of the fertile land snake in South America. Yeah. Now, Jim we'll wrestle. That's what Jim. Now, watch is Jim leans over and captures the eggs right out of the cobras nest. Marlin what are you doing Marlin Perkins mutual of Omaha is wild kingdom was TV show. And I know you remember it, but I have to reopen this whole thing because probably a good third of the audience doesn't remember it? And and Marlin Perkins was the host and older guy. I still know what nationality was he looked like he was Philippino. But anyway, he was always narrating these these nature things and his his partner. Jim was the one always do the bat stuff. National Geographic on PBS was the serious one. You know, the the the that era was version of the BBC nature series with that but kingdom the fun one. While kingdom was on every week. And actually a graphic was maybe on every quarter. And you just have to you just had to be watching PBS when it came on, but Marlin Perkins. I'm not laughing at the death of Jim Fowler who died at eighty seven. I thought the man died long ago. But still when you when we thought about that. And I started laughing good memories of Jim because he's still important to drink with Jim and have him show me all the scars then Marlin Perkins caused him. Yeah. Here's where the verte Lance bit me in Marlin was narrating. See there's one down here on my camp. That's where the saltwater crocodile got me. Thanks to Marlin Birkin's Nair. So rest in peace, Jim Fowler. Let's move on NewsRadio one thousand KT. Okay. David is an Oklahoma City. I'm sorry. I went down that rabbit trail. Go ahead. The reason I call was this is national tourism week and all Rockwell, RV parks and went down the buffalo shoulder. Mount them to give away for who to give away a shoulder mouth. Yeah. Four whom to give away. Oh. Okay. Yeah. And you can go to any different state information centres terrific for Macy's centers. Uh-huh. And the women have the drawing on Saturday as in as in day after tomorrow. Yeah. Okay. And how you there's no cost closest one. I reckon Oklahoma City would be on that thirty five or six. Okay. But you just just go in and register in fact, that's where it's located that they want to see it. Okay. Probation centers have a picture of it. All right. And that's David who is owner of which are park larvae part Rodwell RV park. Okay. And why buffalo at the park. Oh, okay. Cool. We got thirteen my upload RV. Yes. See I keep trying to talk the lovely wife, and the let me get an RV, and I just haven't been successful lately. So. Tell her you on a buffalo. Okay. So David recommends frontier city, but not..
"jim fowler" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"Other than just kinda soiling your lawn or making a ton of noise and destroying your car, if they see your reflection in it because they pick it up thinking if. It's a, you know competitor. Ron this question's a little bit out of left field. But I'm curious did you ever get a chance to meet or no the famous ocean on version Cousteau, I did not? But I did get to know and have luncheon and a couple of times with his sons you'll Michel Cousteau and just an amazing, man. I mean, he's kind of you know, carried on his father's legacy. And of course, who still along with Jim Fowler, Marlin Perkins. Those were my heroes growing up because that's what we saw on television. The undersea world is doing mutual of Omaha as wild kingdom today. There's so many programs you kinda get lost in the plethora of them. But Jimmy, she'll Cousteau is quite an amazing, man. I heard some great stories about his dad. Why were you making funny faces at Ron McGill pronunciation there? Well, I just thought it was kind of funny because he went very French. And then he was like Hubbell bragging that I knew his brother, basically was or. Yeah. Our son sorry been listening. Yeah. Sorry, listening just got shift Laurent McGill. You know, what I just stopped paying attention? When you start trying to talk French, it's the older show we've ever done. I mean, Jacques Cousteau. You're on with Ron McGill zoo, Miami, go ahead Trent. Hey, Ron couple of shark questions. What is the fastest shark? And what's shark is the main? The fastest shark is the Mako shark. You know, I could be wrong there. But I'm pretty sure it's the Mako shark is the fastest shark. And you know, there is no such thing as a mean, shark guys. I I don't like putting that that term mean in front of an animal. An animal is is a is a product of its environment. If you're talking about the most dangerous, shark, it's probably going to be between tiger shark bull, shark and await white shark why because their animals that potentially could look at it human being as food, but they don't come to human beings thing. I don't like you. I'm gonna bite you. And I hope it hurts. That would be a mean shark that doesn't exist mean is not something you find an animal's again animals were product of their environment. If you have abused animal, it's going to be quote unquote mean because it's been abused..
"jim fowler" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"All on Morongo. Please welcome. The man who all the talk show host wanna be and all the politicians come to see live on AM nine seventy the answer. Frank. Morongo. Five minutes after seven o'clock with a very special guest in studio who I'm going to reintroduce you to in a moment. But first, I have a very important question for you. Sweet. Who? And this is a serious question. So I'm at dinner on Friday evening with Arthur dollars parents and Mr. ridell Louis idle distinguished attorney in his own right? We we're talking about names. And I said let me ask you a question is the question, I've always been curious about and then he says well before you asked me a question. I have a question for you. I said, well, let me go. I he says, no, no, no. You don't want to hear my question for you. Go first. Wouldn't you know, it the question that he asked me was the I'm not joking. Here is the very same question that I was going to ask him. So the question he had for me, which I didn't answer do because it was a question. I was going to ask him is why particularly in folks who are of Italian descent. Why do people who are named Vincent? Get the nickname Jimmy. I've seen it time and time again, my uncle Jimmy was actually a Vincent. Why is that the case I've done research on the internet? I am yet to find an answer. If you know, please give me a call at eight seven seven nine seven zero two nine nine nine. Now. A man who has found a number of interesting interesting things out himself things that you would never even think to wanna find out is in studio with us right now. His name is Mark malkov. He is podcast. He does the Carson podcast where he interviews people about their experiences with Johnny Carson. He also does these terrific video. Would you could see on his website Mark malkov dot com in which he engages in all sorts of fascinating fascinating adventures. Now Mark in doing this. Johnny Carson podcast. Obviously you've done a fair amount of homework into the legacy of of Johnny Carson his effect on people. In your view. What made Johnny Carson, the host of the tonight show. So different than any of the late night. Hosts that are around today. I think first of all he the likability, there weren't a lot of talk shows back then they were like maybe two or three now they're so ubiquitous but his longevity like he was always number one in every demographic people people would tune in. I mean, he was not the most in terms of the demographics like he'd be playing in the ninety s the Tony Bennett, Pete fountain. That's before Bennett made his comeback, and he was considered not hot property and Carson never changed his vision of the show. And I think the likability when I was like five I'd watch him, and he would have the animals like Jim Fowler Joan Embry, and he talked to an alias movie star. And then have like what they would call civilians people from small town that have never been in a TV studio or an airplane, make them instantly feel comfortable and just be so likeable and so funny in in the two hundred or so guests that you've had have there been any common themes? Emerged in them. Have they all kind of has there been something that you are just waiting for something somebody to say because almost everybody has said the same thing about Johnny. Carson has there been any any common theme definitely that he was shy. But if you talk to like, a people that were really good friends with him like a, Dan canon, David Steinberg, if you've talked to like Newhart or Rickles, they'll say, he's the same guy like when at parties and stuff if he was comfortable with you. He would not be shy. But he was definitely very shine. He demanded a lot from this deputy demanded a lot from him. And that was it and the one other thing is that he demanded loyalty for everyone, and he gave it back, and then he perceived real or not that somebody was not loyal to like Joan rivers. The relationship was over. I mean, it was a closed door in. There was never a time. That was reversed. I mean, I've talked to a couple of people that perceived for whatever reason and some of them weren't sure what happened that Johnny perceived disloyalty, and it was closed door. I mean, he he was really really sense. About that. He had a little bit of a reputation off air as being for lack of a better description of kind of mean at times, especially when he drank did did any of the folks that you've been speaking to shed any light on that aspect was interviewed by Mike Wallace or sixty minutes in the seventies definitely has talked that he had had was not a good drinker. And he mentioned that on the tonight show where people would get a loving and Gregoria sometimes when they would drink. He would like wanna fight everybody. And he he was open at that. But it was more like in the fifties and very early sixties. Like, Paul Anka who wrote co wrote the theme song he actually really wrote the thing the Johnny Carson themed told me an at Chili's where Sinatra used to hang out that Carson had a couple of rough night's. But I will say this. I would anybody that's listening for how famous he is. I don't think people can come up with five people that had anything bad to say about Johnny other than Joan rivers to my knowledge. Henry Pushkin that was his lawyer and he rivers. I don't think he'd be a good fit for the podcast. And I don't know if he would have more of a tribute. I've talked to a lot of people that knew the relationship and based on private conversations. I don't think it would be a good fit. And I mean, I will share that a lot of people in the Carson people that knew Carson basically told me that Johnny cut him off for a good good reasons that I can't get into basically his his reputation back then he was like this powerful guy and entertainment and his it was really tough for him. I mean is. Yeah, coming Carson fired him Joan rivers was not allowed to do the tonight show again, and she. And there's a very complicated story. And then the third way Newton I made. Paul rodriguez. I think those are four, but I defy anybody. Listen, my dad told me when I was little if somebody hears something over and over again, they start to believe that if it's true or not in rivers every interview, I like Joan rivers choose really nice to me. I only met her once or twice a like her a lot, and I respect her a lot the late Joan rivers. She every interview she would say this. I mean, stranded Carson's, a horrible horrible horrible man in. I just feel like the nation and Pushkin when he was promoting his book. A lot of that show with good. So I mean other than those two I mean, but there is something about the reputation, repetition rivers and everything and listened to my podcast. These are like people that knew him these are people that know Neum only a little bit. And I I mean, I defy people to take. I mean that probably I mean, there might be all I know is that publicly there's only about maybe three people. I think Paul Rodriguez the comedian had bad experience too. But I mean, those that's it. I mean, I'm aware of and I would love I tried to get Joan rivers on the podcast before she passed away. I've tried to get Wayne nude and repeatedly. I just want people to sit down and tell me their stories. Right. Well, so is there anything in doing these podcasts? We're talking with Mark mall cough. You should if you're interested in Johnny Carson or interested in learning about Tony Carson is a great place to start does the Carson podcast. Is there anything about a Johnny that you've learned that really surprised you? Of course, you're doing take. Because like, I would hear Joan rivers talk all the time. She was the loudest voice in the books were not flattering because his friends were not would not publicly talks that they would get a lot sometimes disgruntled people in based on on that stuff. And he didn't do many interviews back in the sixty did just based on that. I was like I just thought I was kind of a little bit. Should I do this podcast? And then I started talking to people that knew him, and it was like one hundred percent this different side. And like I mean, Diane cannon it's going to be on this week. We recorded. I was like what was he did you ever find him cold in the loop? And she's like one hundred percent never. He was always warm in always wonderful. And he's he's like when she said when she was going through her divorce. Johnny was the first person to call and said, let me and Alex my wife, I'm take you out. And she was he was always there for me like people the media made him out to be JD Salinger, especially in retirement, and he'd be going. He'd take his drum kit to her house for parties in a deadly more would be on piano, and he'd be out. But it would have to be people. He was comfortable with is. Let me ask you a little bit about his return. We all remember that famous farewell that he gave to the nation as a part of it in may of nineteen ninety two. And I open I.
"jim fowler" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Most vulnerable point of entry is. Statistic. I didn't know if you're gonna use it. But I studied up on this, do, you know, where those four thousand people come they're captured the court, not always certainly the State Department says there hasn't been any terrorist found coming across. Land and it's spicy. It's all of the above the one thing that you're forgetting the most vulnerable point of entry that we have in this country is our southern border, and we have to protect it and the more. Across the southern border, Sarah, they're coming and they're being stopped. Well, there we have a pretty good example of work last film. But also many examples coming from Kristen Nielsen and also not only from Sarah Sanders, but the president himself that just don't square with the facts. So, you know, this was I think what's newsworthy about what Chris Wallace did is that it's newsworthy. Just it isn't we don't push back. The way the say the BBC does you know there? There are British Carson Wentz. Jeremy Paxman is a famous one who just literally ask the same question in real time fifteen times, Eric without editing. And so that you can see exactly how much is is being evaded when you directly go to it. Chris Wallace did a couple of rounds. She said the same thing about the most vulnerable point. And then talking about the fourth. I'm sorry. Sarah Sanders, and and Chris Wallace did. Go through that a couple of times. And the problem was that they only have a couple of times on Fox TV, but you could see her effort to just conflict four thousand most vulnerable point is the southern border four thousand the most vulnerable point is southern border to things that may or may not be true. But she's trying very hard to put them together. We've seen that sort of confession technique in other administrations and many many times. But here he wasn't winning or get away from it. That was big news, especially because it was FOX mean we've seen Jake tapper do similar things on CNN. It doesn't get quite the same play. But it was wonderfully satisfying to watch. Now, we can do real time fact checking on this because we pretty much know his points. We may not be able to get all of them. But you could get some of them, Jim. Jim fallow suggests may be doing ESPN style, scroll down the back. Jim Jim Fowler's of the Atlantic may be down the right or across the bottom. He even suggested may be a continuous oral commentary Isla MS T three K mystery science theater three thousand see the back heads of the correspondents literally talking back to the screen, which is what they do in their mock criticism of really bad science fiction films. One thing he is concerned about, but he says, it's still a good option. But it shouldn't be alone is the democratic political response of this is an overtly political discussion there should be an overtly political response that would be fair. His problem is an our problem is that these are just two political opinions and reasonable people disagreeing, we know just by dint of the unbelievable volume of lies. The president generates you know, on a minute by minute basis that this is going to be sheer fantasy land. And it's almost dignifying it by saying, it's a reasonable. He's you know, reasonable people can disagree argument. This is plagued the media's coverage of global warming for a long time. You put on one person who's paid by the oil company, and whose extreme outlier and have it have him suggest that there is a disagreement within the scientific community when there is not. So you've got the problem of perception there, but you can fix it with real time. Fact checking prior to that response. There's also the partisan you alluded to the whole partisan side of this issue. I mean, the president has said that the Democrats are blocking him the Democrats have said that the Democratic Party spokespeople. Who said this is immoral to build a wall? You've got a real divide and extraordinary divide here among different sides. And. Prisons, blaming the Democrats. The Democrats are blaming the president. So to have at least some response and some feedback from the other party would seem to be perfectly normal and in the plantings. Yeah, I completely agree with you. And by the way, there isn't just disagreement between the two parties the president himself disagrees with himself. He was perfectly willing to sign an agreement to keep the government open absent mention of the wall. You know, if this is of such deep national security importance, he probably wouldn't have agreed to that. But he did it was all set up. And then he was knocked off that position by of all people and Coulter is what it seems. Also, Rush Limbaugh, Sean Hannity. Okay. A combined effort, I think. Yeah. It was the, you know, I guess you'd call them the three horsemen of the apocalypse or something like that. But the thing is is that the. Undue attention to and the rapid response to you know, people like these who I guess Trump assumes represents his base. I don't think that's true. But what do I know there are certain? There are a lot. There's plenty of that. I don't know. But what I do know is that if Trump had really cared about this as a national security issue that he felt was eggs essential. He wouldn't just turn after that criticism came in. And there was no other external situation that had changed for that reaction talking to Brooklyn nets host and managing editor of on the media from WNYC in New York, and she's with us here, and you can be with us as well. In fact, let me give the phone number.
"jim fowler" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast
"On i mean jerry lewis used to us koa success hosted a lot and now when jerry lewis got his own talk show a bombed and yet when jerry lewis would be the guest host on carson they said those who do great i'll tell you why and then at this then said i've got an first of all on who do the tonight show is ninety minutes his for i is talkshow variety shows i think to our little longer and i heard lewis had too much going on at the time i mean it 'cause lewis could do a week and then he will take a sometimes a month or two off before he would guess host but it was just i i heard he had too much going on with his film currence couldn't get the proper attention to the show but i mean did you hear that story about like they would have to put louis j l tile tile has talked about it what's up sharply uh it's a meda in us an incredible it's wild tell tell us sir you were telling us two before we turn the the mike's on the you found some of the people that you've interview to be very protective of johnny legacy like like joan embry it's a great joan and really it true i try to get her and i couldn't i wasn't able to get her until i think um somebody email me they were there were purchase promoting johnny carson ethiopia goes who yes joan embry highway the gel i want to hear new canaan connecticut to sit down with jim fowler he was going on zoo back in that he was doing the animals stuff back in the sixties is in the '60s a unknown barbra streisand asked him afterwards can you come to my apartment look at my parakeet.