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"john crosby" Discussed on Post Show Recaps

Post Show Recaps

03:36 min | Last month

"john crosby" Discussed on Post Show Recaps

"Movie agent. Yeah this episode. Love me with a few questions but that was my biggest one. I definitely wanted to know like well. We have the players. What happens with this. Because i think that's for me. That's the most intriguing part of all of this. Another smaller question would of course be pumpkin. Suit guy you know. He says he's in charge. We know he's probably not in charge. But who is in charge and does it even matter. And so they only have a limited amount of episodes. I don't know how many how many episodes season is gonna go for episodes like twenty four episodes. I think they're doing like the the breaking bad model of a b. and c. It's going to be tomorrow on so it's really. There's like three more seasons you think about. Oh yeah yeah well. I guess we're able to log all. I'm thinking we're about to wrap this up but twenty four episode. You have time to dark. Start a story line in one and start another one. Yeah exactly. I think my theory on this is that we are. We are going to have resolved this reapers situation by the end of this season. Fragment we'll have everybody moving toward whatever their next home is probably the end of this. Fragment is well. we're going to have one more big bad in the middle and then the end puts everybody where they're going to end up mike lynch. Let's go with that. I'm excited. I think like i said one group is the entertaining group. You got the angry group with the intrigue with the The maggie in n- again. So yea i don't see a boring story line here and so i'm waiting to see if they ever just mentioned to one but even if they stayed separate for awhile i just the way that these two groups are set up you are going to have your comedic relief over there. You're going to have your intense moments over there and so regardless of what happens. I think these these these last episodes. They're going to be a good time for all three of us. Well i think even if the if the episodes were bad it would be a good time. If the episodes bad they'd be the john crosby we did a lot of this franchise that spend a lot of not very great and we've gotten through and they know how to set up. Yes they.

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"john crosby" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

04:50 min | 9 months ago

"john crosby" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"You're in another Hairy. You have your mind and many of those things I've worked with. Um brigadier generals here and what happened to the gander, Newfoundland Marines. What happened there? I said with a cyanide bomb on in the In the front of the plane and that Lady Ron came out in the investigation. So I'm able to pick things up. I should say I should We Anybody can pick things up in there, right right State of mind in that particular instance. You were asking me You're sending me around to different places, and I've been doing that since 1975. And I have a high degree of accuracy with health predictions. Sometimes the timing's off little sometime the events a little not clear, but usually fraught intents and purposes. It's another reliable source of information. Right on. That was Thea for those wondering about that Gander Newfoundland air crash That was there was 248 soldiers from the 101st airborne. Division, and they were sort of on the final leg of their journey from Cairo, Egypt, to Fort Campbell, Kentucky. They crashed. In gander at the airport there and again 248 soldiers killed that was back in 1985. I believe the cause of the crash remains officially unknown, and he worked with killing a couple of drinks quickly. Um John Crosby, I think was the defense minister, Deputy Prime minister and he insisted that the crashed the plane actually flew across the ocean landed in gander. And then it took off, and then it crashed. And the official insistence of the government was it was ice on the wings. Everybody knows military planes were routinely the ice before they take off. This one took off and I had said that there was this was supposed to the cyanide bomb was supposed to go off on route. It didn't it landed and then when it took off again, And the timing or the mechanism allowed the Sinai gas to blow up. And spread through as a Z. Anybody knows the military aircraft. There's no There's no walls between the cockpit and the rest is no buttresses. No ball cats. And so this gas went on kill the pilots. The plane crashed. And everyone else died. No. I had given this to the general and The science proved it out because the cyanide gas was found in the lungs of the dead soldiers. How did the long out of the soldiers get the sign? I guess. Into their lungs. As most of them were decapitated when the plane crashed because they sit backwards in a plane and their head hit the steel bar behind them. So that was the information I came up with. It was on the Internet for the longest time. And of course I was not. Well, I was not exactly wanting to run up to the front of the pack and say, Hey, I did this. I usually do everything and in the background in the bed and the You know, keep you might wanna keep myself other dangers or harms harms way. But that was one of the situation here and the one with another one. Where I was able to see what was happening at the time of the decompression and the plane flying into the ocean and all those poor Children on DPI people onboard losing their lives. I don't like to do that stuff, but I do it When I'm asked. There was a man in. I think it was a jersey or I'll say, New Jersey. Connecticut. Yes, me to locate A friend of his had a head at brother who was missing. I saw his body. Described the scene and then he was shot. They couldn't quite located, so they asked me to do it again. This time I came up with a different position of the body, but in the same area They went out to look again, and they found a second body. In the same location. Mine All right. Douglas were coming up at the top of the hour here when we come back, we're going tol going to get you to give us kind of a crash course once again on remote viewing, and we will enlist. Are millions of listeners out there on coast to coast Am and we will attempt to transcend space and time and discern the object that is sitting on the edge of your desk in London, Ontario will do that. When we come back and Can't wait, feeling a little bit of pressure and hopefully again, people will participate at home. Get your paper and pens or pencils ready. You'll do some sketching, maybe write down some images and words. Maybe that come to mind anyway. Douglas, you'll provide us with the The essentials on remote.

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"john crosby" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

01:42 min | 9 months ago

"john crosby" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"He worked with Phil in a couple of banks quickly. Um John Crosby, I think was the defense minister, Deputy prime minister, And he insisted that the crash that the plane actually flew across the ocean landed in gander. And then it took off, and then it crashed. And the official insistence of the government was it was ice on the wings. Everybody knows military planes were routinely the ice before they take off. This one took off and I had said that there was this was supposed to the cyanide bomb was supposed to go out on route. It didn't it landed And then when it took off again, then the timing or the mechanism allowed to Sinai Gas to blow up. And spread through as a Xeni. Buddy knows the military aircraft. There's no there's no walls between the cockpit and the rest is no buttresses. Know all cats and so This gas went on killed the pilots. The plane crashed and everyone else died. Now. I had given this to the general and The science proved it out because cyanide gas was found in the lungs of the dead soldiers. How did the long How did the soldiers get the fine, I guess. Into their lungs, as most of them were decapitated when the plane crashed because they sit backwards in a plane and their head hit the steel bar behind them. So that was the information I came up with. It was on the Internet for the longest time and, of course. Was not well. I was not exactly wanting to run up to the front of the pack and say, Hey, I did this. I usually do everything in the background in the bad and the you know, keeping Mike what? Keep myself out of other dangers or harms harms way..

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"john crosby" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

09:33 min | 1 year ago

"john crosby" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"I'm the host of the show, Jennifer Viele, and today we are talking all things. Santa Fe Opera and this very strange summer of thiss pandemic of lots of changes. People have pivoted. Ah, lot of interesting things going on at the Santa Fe Opera. Virtually in our first segment. We spoke to Andrea Fellows Feinberg about Thie overture to the upper insight, Webinars on being human, and you could find more information about those on the opera's website. And those are weekly webinars that are sort of look. ATT opera from a psychological perspective. Now I'm very pleased to be welcoming, Bob treating who is the head of music Step. The Santa Fe Opera Welcome. Thank you. Yeah. So you live here in Santa Fe? I do. I've lived here probably about 26 years now, 26 years so because you have been you've been employed at the opera for 30? Yeah, be my 30th season. So tell us how that happened that you started working for the up around what you were doing. Oh, jeez. Years and years ago, I was in the Houston Grand Opera studio, and I was playing for voice lessons with Elena Nickel Lady who was a teacher who was in Houston. She also taught here at the time and in the middle of a lesson she jumped up, and she said, I have to phone John Crosby and so she phone John Crosby and tried to get him to offer me a job. It turned out. I couldn't actually come that summer because I was already engaged in Bath where I spent a number of summers. And But then, two years later, Richard Bradshaw, who was the head of Canadian opera company, I was working there in Toronto. And he said, You know, I think you should Talk to John Crosby and opposition came open and I went to New York and audition for him. And that started Yeah. Come here before my wife actually went to junior high and high school here. Wow. Yeah. So we had been a couple years before for her high school friend's wedding, and I'd never seen anything quite like this place before you I come from originally from Victoria. British Columbia Fright you Canadian? Yeah. Yeah. Which you know, we have. Basically, I always live within a Five minute walk from the ocean in any direction, so to come to the desert was Very different but instantly fell in love with it and Starting today, You became the head of music than in the year 2000. So for 20 years, you're the head of music steps, So I looked here What you do as head of music. Oh, like a lot of jobs. There are many different things. It's sometimes hard to keep track of, You know, sort of the most nuts and bolts of it is being in charge of our music stuff, which is about You're 11 or 12 assistant conductors, pianist vocal coaches, so I'm in charge of hiring them and overseeing their work. Another. Sort of a big part of the job has been being one of the two people who auditions Thie apprentice singers, So I've done that since that time with whoever the program head is that time Now it's getting these nickels before that it was David Holloway. And so, yeah, addition we have over 1000 applicants for that must be really interesting job. So you have 1000 applicants and you But you don't addition 1000 applicants you additional shortlist of those, right? Yeah, I mean, there's there's an initial screening. So once we've heard someone, then we have a record of them so some of those will get put into auditions right away. Others may wait another another year. But I don't know how many years it's been now, maybe seven. Since we've started a pre screening that has been online, so they send Either audio or visual, and so basically anyone who is applying for the first time whose new we screen in that way with the idea we try to get as many People into two here live as we can. So, yeah, it said live auditions. I forget the exact number, but it's probably, you know, close to 500. Wow. Around that area. We hear I'll come, too. They all come Tuesday, an affair to audition for the Apprentice program. No. Most recently we do we tended her about a week in New York or few days. Chicago L. A Albuquerque, Houston is somewhere we've done. So, Yeah, it's a number of a number of different cities. If you are you're the music staff were coordinating the Apprentice program. You go around where all of the apprentices can more easily be. Yeah, we tryto We try to sort of spread our auditions strategically through the country, So it's you know, it's as easy as it can be for singers to get to us. If you're just joining in today, you're listening to coffee and culture here on Katie RC. Jennifer Viele, and today's show is all about the Santa Fe Opera and the different programs that they're offering because of the cancellation of everything that normally goes on at the opera, and I am joined by tweeting who is the head of music staff at the opera, and you're also an active operatic operatic conductor and the music director of upper studies for the New England Conservatory, which is Very cool. We're talking about the apprentice program, and I think we were sort of talking about how many auditions you do, but it would be good to have a little history. I think of the Apprentice program because, um It's I think it's very different than a lot of many operas don't have anything like this right. The Santa Fe Opera is well known for its principal program. True. Oh, definitely. I mean, we're certainly and there's probably three of our of programs across the country that are the top programs to get in Santa Fe, of course, is is one of them, I believe were the first Apprentice program of its kind, actually, um, I mean, you know, you think of John Crosby thinking up. Creating this offer company here in what was probably a population of 10,000 in the middle of nowhere. It is pretty amazing and how quickly it grew into a world class institution, and he saw right away that There's benefits for both the company and the singers for the company. And you needed a chorus. Which a lot of singers, you know, supply the voices and bodies for, um Which helps the operas so small rolls some even bigger rules lately have come from the furnaces s O. It helps the opera company and it also really give something for young singers. You know, in America, there's was actually so many amazing. Young singers and I've seen in all the years I've been here The level is just incredible. And we've been able to hire back, um, often really pretty quickly after After people spend their two years here, hire back singers in leading rules. So the apprentice that they have to stand up spending 22 summers here if they become an apprentice. Well, it depends. I mean, definitely You do one, and sometimes people will re audition and come back right away for magma, which is The singers union. You could only do two agm apprenticeships s O, You know, I think everyone really assesses a singer for their second time You want to come back if you if there's something good for you to do, you know, And sometimes they'll sort of think, okay, there may be a more interesting role the next year. So they'll wait. So it's not a guaranteed thing. But I'd say a large percentage come back for a second, not want to come back to the Santa Fe Opera for the summer, and I've met very few people that don't Get Santa Fe You know that there is, you know, one in every 300 or sometimes you would be someone that it's just There's not enough nightlife or, um, you know, but bugs or, you know, not enough bad way there for them. I don't know. The Apprentice singers are also the ones that go on tour through the community Outreach program. Is that right? Uh, yes, most often. There's the Spring tour, which I think pretty much always is ex apprentices on DH. We do holiday concerts. Which we always bring in X apprentices for that two or sometimes their people who've been one year coming back the next year. So the spring tour is not the actual apprentices because the apprentices don't come here until the actuals the summer season, then. Exactly, Yeah, they start with the season, but they tend to be singers that have had a relationship with the company. Right? Not always because that's a bit of a funny time of year for people to be available. You know, If you're in school still in college, then you're probably not available, and sometimes people may have conflicts with other companies..

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"john crosby" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

06:13 min | 1 year ago

"john crosby" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"I'm your host Jennifer V. L. A. And I'm really excited about our guest today because they're all from the Santa Fe Opera we have later on in the program. Bob Tweeting who's ahead of He's the head of music, and we have the director of P R. Emily Doyle More and Charles Gamble as well. He's part of the Education Department or the community Outreach department. And right now, I'm really pleased to welcome Andrea Fellows Feinberg, who is the director of community outreach. Welcome, Andrea. Hi. Thanks, Jennifer. Yes? Oh, well, let's talk about because you have been at the opera for 30 years, which is a really long time and created so many amazing different programs. Tell us how you you know, wound up. Forgot your job. Your initial job at the opera. So that's one of those eyes like stories of serendipity, I would say I was in between undergraduate graduate school. I graduated ofthe semester in December of 1991 of my best friends. Kristine Harrington was working at the offer in the box office. And she said, Hey, why don't you apply to work in the box offices in those days? Sandpipers stepped up their their workforce right after Christmas because that's when individual ticket sales started. I know many people. Listeners will remember that time and so I applied and I got the job and I started on December 26 1990 And that summer, the summer of 1991. I fell madly completely in love, and that was with the Santa Fe Opera, and I just want a little bit longer. As I think many of your listeners in the viewers can attest. There's something so Specific and magical and so very missed right now about that place. And so, yes, my mind kind of my tagline was. I just want to stay a little longer, And that turned out to be a 29 years and in that arc of time, I was Very fortunate to work next with the guilt of the Santa Fe operas that guilt liaison and the Kills really were and still remain the the face of the opera in the community and throughout the state, and I thought Here's some real opportunities to shine a light on their work and expand the reach of the work. And I was at that time working. John Crosby is a general director and Richard Gaddis was the general director designate. And that was a time when there was more interested in seeing what education and engagement could be with with our local community and kind of what I call our big city because our company is a pretty healthy in terms of budget and scope and excellence prepared to other companies. In large metropolitan areas and in Mexico is not really the whole state kind of meets. That criteria started expanding our reach throughout the state. And I know how many of your listeners or viewers know. But Jennifer and I go back, Tio High School days I'm having We born in Alamogordo is one important Alamogordo. I was born in Arizona, but we grew up in Alamogordo, right? And you were born there either, were you? Well, I was actually born at home Air Force base, but the work that's no. It. So, yes, so to be able to do the work that I do at the level that I dio with a place that I love so deeply is amazing. Yeah. Did you ever go to the Santa Fe Opera during your years, going to school and growing up in Alamogordo? Not. I have even heard of the Santa Fe Opera. When Helen will go right out. My grandmother loved Santa Fe and we would come up to Santa Fe for her her Santa Fe adventures, and she, like put her jewelry on my away, So we had completely away People's. You know, That's one of the things that I think one of the many programs that the community outreach probe of the community outreach department does. One of them is the touring thatyou dio and you go all over the state. And so you actually go out into the community in New Mexico and give people the opportunity because I mean, I don't know about you. But looking back on growing up in Alamogordo was like we didn't really have. Ah, whole lot. You know, I think that you and I were probably really lucky to be exposed to arts and culture through our extended families or what have you But there really wasn't much. So tell us how that works. How every spring you go on it. You take Um, you going tour that became increasingly important. How do we takes Because there's a even with the number of tickets are available for the festival season and our main stage being the best education program that we have. Not everyone can get their every year, so it became increasingly important to take the Santa Fe opera to the communities in the state that certainly benefit from having the company here. But it could benefit more. And there was from the very beginning of the board of directors and leadership really supported the touring program that the performances happened in theaters so that for some companies performing in the cafeteria or the gymnasium or The combination of those things that's that's what they do, but that's not really what we wanted to do and bring to those communities. So we identified these kind of always wonderful jewel box spaces throughout our state and brought the Santa Fe opera to those those menus and secured the funding so the transportation will be provided as well. So I can't setting people up for success. Like Senator Performers are audience, so you know, but it's a It's a real beautiful, meaningful exchange, right? Is it apprentices that go that do the touring? It's generally been apprentices and many, many of the singer's who've been on the spring to have gone on to have mainstage careers and careers meaning on our main stage are also on met stage international stages, and it's a really wonderful journey and kind of another opportunity for them to work on your skills on their performance. Some skills, and there's And learning how to develop their palate for green and red chili. Right? Guess, right, exactly If you're just joining us, we're listening to coffee and culture here on Katie RC. I'm Jennifer Beale. And I'm speaking with Andrea Fellows. Feinberg, who is the director of community outreach at the Santa Fe Opera and.

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"john crosby" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

09:32 min | 1 year ago

"john crosby" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"I'm the host of the show, Jennifer Viele, and today we are talking all things said at the opera. And this very strange summer of thiss pandemic of lots of changes. People have pivoted a lot of interesting things going on at the Santa Fe Opera. Virtually in our first segment. We spoke to Andrea Fellows Feinberg about Thie overture to the upper insight, Webinars on being human, and you could find more information about those on the opera's website. And those are weekly webinars that are sort of look. Att opera from a psychological perspective. Now I'm very pleased to be welcoming, Bob treating Who is the head of music Step? The Santa Fe Opera. Welcome. Thank you. Yeah. So you live here in Santa Fe? I do. I've lived here probably about 26 years now, 26 years so because you have been you've been employed at the opera for 30? Yeah, be my 30th season. So tell us how that happened that you started working for the up around what you were doing. Oh, jeez. Years and years ago, I was in the Houston Grand Opera studio, and I was playing for voice lessons with Elena Nickel Lady who was a teacher who was in Houston. She also taught here at the time and in the middle of a lesson she jumped up, and she said, I have to phone John Crosby, and so she phoned John Crosby and tried to get him to offer me a job. It turned out. I couldn't actually come that summer because I was already engaged in Bath where I spent a number of summers. And But then, two years later, Richard Bradshaw, who was the head of Canadian opera company, I was working there in Toronto. And he said, You know, I think you should Talk to John Crosby and opposition came open and I went to New York and audition for him. And that started Yeah. Come here before my wife actually went to junior high and high school here. Yeah. So we had been a couple of years before. For her high school friend's wedding, and I'd never seen anything quite like this place before you. I come from originally from Victoria, British Columbia, right, you Canadian? Yeah. Yeah. Which you know, we have. Basically, I always lived within a five minute walk from the ocean in any direction. So to come to the desert was Very different but instantly fell in love with it and Starting today, You became the head of music than in the year 2000. So for 20 years, you're the head of music steps, So I looked here What you do as head of music. Oh, like a lot of jobs. There are many different things. It's sometimes hard to keep track of, You know, sort of the most nuts and bolts of it is being in charge of our music stuff, which is about You're 11 or 12 assistant conductors, pianist vocal coaches, so I'm in charge of hiring them and overseeing their work. Another. Sort of a big part of the job has been being one of the two people who auditions Thie apprentice singers, So I've done that since that time with whoever the program head is that time Now it's getting the nickels before that it was David Holloway. And so yeah, addition we have over 1000 applicants for them really interesting job. So you have 1000 applicants and you But you don't addition, thousands can chew additional shortlist of those right? Yeah, I mean, there's there's an initial screening. So once we've heard someone, then we have a record of them so some of those will get put into auditions right away. Others may wait another another year. But I don't know how many years it's been now, maybe seven. Since we've started a pre screening that has been online, so they send Either audio or visual, and so basically anyone who is applying for the first time whose new we screen in that way with the idea we try to get as many People into here live as we can. So, yeah, it said live auditions. I forget the exact number, but it's probably, you know, close to 500 wound that area we hear. I'll come, too. They all come Tuesday to audition for the Apprentice program. No. Most recently. We do we tend to do about a week in New York or few days. Chicago L. A Albuquerque, Houston is somewhere we've done. So, Yeah, it's a number of a number of different cities. If you are you're the music staff were coordinating the Apprentice program. You go around where all of the apprentices can more easily be. Yeah, we tryto We try to sort of spread our auditions strategically through the country, So it's you know, it's as easy as it can be for singers to get to us. If you're just joining in today, you're listening to coffee and culture here on Katie RC. I'm Jennifer Viele. And today's show is all about the Santa Fe Opera and the different programs that they're offering because of the cancellation of Everything that normally goes on at the opera, and I am joined by tweeting who is the head of music staff at the opera, and you're also an active operatic operatic conductor and the music director of upper studies for the New England Conservatory, which is very cool. We're talking about the Apprentice program, and I think we were sort of talking about how many auditions you do, but it would be good to have a little history. I think of the Apprentice program because It's I think it's very different than a lot of many operas don't have anything like this right. The Santa Fe Opera is well known for its printed programme. True. Oh, definitely. I mean, we're certainly and there's probably three of our of programs across the country that air the top programs to get in Santa Fe, of course, is is one of them. I believe with the first Apprentice program of its kind, actually, um, I mean, you know, you think of John Crosby thinking up. Creating this offer company here in what was probably a population of 10,000 in the middle of nowhere. It is pretty amazing and how quickly it grew into a world class institution, and he saw right away that There's benefits for both the company and the singers for the company that you needed a chorus, which a lot of singers, you know, supply the voices and bodies for, um Which helps the operas so small rolls. Some even bigger rules lately have come from the premises. So it helps the opera company and it also really gives something for young singers. You know, in America, there's was actually so many amazing Young singers and I've seen in all the years I've been here The level is just incredible. And we've been able to hire back, um, often really pretty quickly after After people spend their two years here, hire back singers and leading rules. So the apprentice that they have to stand up spending 22 summers here if they become an apprentice. Well, it depends. I mean, definitely You do one, and sometimes people will re audition and come back right away for magma, which is The singers union. You could only do two agm apprenticeships s O, You know, I think everyone really assesses a singer for their second time You want to come back if you if there's something good for you to do, you know, And sometimes they'll sort of think, okay, there may be a more interesting role the next year. So they'll win eight. So it's not a guaranteed thing. But I'd say a large percentage come back for a second, not want to come back to the Santa Fe Opera for the summer, and I've met very few people that don't Get Santa Fe You know that there is, you know, one in every 300 sometimes you would be someone that it's just There's not enough nightlife or, um, you know, but bugs or, you know, not enough bad we're there for them. I don't know. His apprentice singers are also the ones that go on tour through the community Outreach program. Is that right? Uh, yes, most often. There's the Spring tour, which I think pretty much always is ex apprentices on DH. We do holiday concerts. Which we always bring in X apprentices for that two or sometimes their people who've been one year coming back the next year. So the spring tour is not the actual apprentices because the apprentices don't come here until the actual the summer season, then. Exactly, Yeah, they start with the season, but they tend to be singers that have had a relationship with the company. Not always because that's a bit of a funny time of year for people to be available. You know, If you're in school still in college, then you're probably not available, and sometimes people may have conflicts with other companies..

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"john crosby" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

05:19 min | 1 year ago

"john crosby" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"I. I. Think as long. They're Evans I want to congratulate you. You're the first one to get a rise out of the EGO. And I think as long as the Eagle is a bird of prey that we have just a better discontinued the question praying. We have a loose eagle in the. Rockefeller is hardly building a lot of ad-lib exits here. So much time has been taken up with captain night around there with a pound of hamburger. Tonight, back there with a minute day a little while ago, but it was few well don on the Eagles Senate back now just arrived with the proper steak and I can assure you said the captain's night has the Eagle Vice versa. show-business made Fred Allen a rich man remained throughout his life, a man of simple tastes and modest habit. Today Fred us to stop at a newsstand at the corner of fifty seven to seven seventh avenue and visit with Newsboy Stanley trip Linski. They did so much for so many people that so few new really about. If. You looked at. His face looks so that when? unsmiling times, but yet the man had a heart. So much larger than the average person. I'll be the greatest pleasures. Financial Independence brought him. That enabled him to help other people write a more green, recalled and amusing count of red generosity. Fred for many years of course was the easiest touch on Broadway or anywhere else if a man wants played with him in a bill into peak enhances. He then suddenly considered Fred forty years later to be his uncle and wrote him a letter, saying I need money and Fred of course, invariably with send it, and so there are many panhandlers around town actual Hannon's Griffin who would attach themselves to Fred and meet up with him? Wherever he went around town, read was a tremendous war, great water, and every Sunday he used to go to mass at Saint Malachy Change. On forty, ninth street. And there was one fellow around whose name was the whistler and he discovered read was going to mass at eleven o'clock every Sunday, and so he stationed himself along the line of margin, forty nine street, a few doors up from the church in front of a ticket office, a Broadway ticket office, and every Sunday when Fred would come by. It would say hello Fred and and say hello. And hand him two dollars. This went on for a long time. As a matter of fact, it was Kinda became such a routine. The whistler little job in the ticket office running tickets for them. And one Sunday Showed up, and there was no whistler. And he looked into the office, and one of the men who it always came out, and said Oh Mr Alan. He said yes, he says whereas the whistler and the man said well. Today was his birthday, so he took the day off. Would you give me two dollars for him? And Fred, said yes, yes, I would. And he had two dollars and started away, and as an afterthought he came back, and said Oh by the way said read Would you tell the Westland that I'm going to the Coast for eight weeks here? Sixteen dollars an ulcer when I get back, John Crosby was always a target work actors and If to carry I remember three or four different bundles of money, and he knew where where the five dollar bills the ten dollar. Bills, word he. Constructive Giver to he wasn't a soft touch. He was understandable touch. I'll go Jim Hawkins. Here's what a constructive help. MATZEC is Jim Christley Fred. Now, he's an old timer. You know, follow about fifty. and. Tell you the truth are going to? Put the slug in the lack over that fleabag and I'm living at overnight avenue. It's don't get thirty bucks. He says I'll be carrying the banner you know. While I says one thing before I ask now. Did you ever play on the bill with Fred? Always just thirty some years ago, but he wouldn't remembered. I just wait here. Trade was busy writing and I said. Listen to you, remember an act named songs on so. Only asked Jeremy G. that was thirty. Some you you know you had the models faculty being able to reach into that and bringing that. He says sure you're a nice act to why while I says he's here now wants to see. He says sure. Be Glad that say. He said there's this clamping the dentures. You know that's the bite. Abbas his expression for putting the bite on I said yes, it is sure sentiment now. The fellow comes in is Mr Alan Fred, says. It wasn't Mr Thirty some years ago at the Princess in Chicago and Rockford Anjali Add Ellen. Jeez I didn't think you can remember. It shows why not you had to go to act or nice people now. What's your problem? In the hotel. Thirty budges I hate the door basis I. Don't know well, it's just we can take care of that. That's no problem. But what are you GonNa do is I'm all washed up by shove as this is concerned I, know that. And I'm willing to work. I can't get a job or what kind of work? Was I'm handy around a gas station. You know I'm not clever, but I'm handy. Round cars and things like that, so fred gave him one hundred dollars of seen note. Now that man up in that job. He asked him if he needed any more money. He didn't but the nicest part of the whole thing. He took that gas station telephone number. And once every week for almost a year, he would call it, and let's say for the name is this hunts gas station? Yeah, this is Fred Allen. Could I talk to my friend Tom Bailey only to give that fellow a standing among a lot of strangers? Aggravates continue.

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"john crosby" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

05:19 min | 1 year ago

"john crosby" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"I. I think as long as. There's Evans I want to congratulate you. Wanted to get a rise out of the eagles. And I think as long as the Eagle is a bird of prey that we have just a better discontinue the question and started praying. We have a loose eagle in the. rockefellers hardly building a lot of ad-lib exit exits. Much time has been taken up with the captain night around there with a pound of hamburger work. Tonight back there with a minute a little while ago, but it was too well done on the Eagles Senate back now, just arrived with the proper steak and I can assure you that the captain's night has the Eagle Vice. Versa showbusiness made Fred Allen Rich Man, but he remained throughout his life, a man of simple tastes and modest habit. Today? Fred used to stop at a newsstand at the corner of fifty seventh seventh avenue and visit with Newsboy Stanley trip Linski. It did so much for so many people that so few new really about. If you looked at his face looks so that van. unsmiling times, but yet the man had a heart. So much larger than the average person. Probably the greatest pleasure financial independence brought him. That enabled him to help other people write a more green, recalled and amusing count of red generosity. Fred for many years of course was the easiest touch on Broadway or anywhere else if a man wants played with him in a bill in Topeka Kansas. He then suddenly considered Fred forty years later to be his uncle and Roma letter saying I need money in Fred of course invariably would send it, and so there are many panhandlers around actual. Pam had his who would attach themselves to Fred and meet up with him wherever he went around town. Read was a tremendous war, great walker, and every Sunday he used to go to mass. At Saint Malachy Church. On Forty Ninth Street. And there was one fellow around hemos name was the whistler, and he discovered read was going to mass at eleven, o'clock every Sunday, and so he stationed himself along the Line of March on forty ninth street, a few doors up from the church in front of a ticket office, a Broadway ticket office, and every Sunday, when Fred would come I would say hello Fred and Berendsen whistler and hand him two dollars. This went on for a long time. As a matter of fact, it was Kinda such a routine whistler himself a little job in the office running tickets for them. And one Sunday Fred showed up and there was no whistler. And? He looked into the ticket office and one of the men who came running out and said read almost around, he said yes, he says whereas the whistler and the man said well. Today was his birthday, so he took the day. Would you give me two dollars for him? In Fred's, said yes. Yes, I would, and had two dollars and started win as an afterthought, he came back, and said Oh by the way, said read Would you tell the whistler that I'm going to the Coast for eight weeks here? Sixteen dollars an also when I get back John Crosby. He was always a target for DOT ORG ACTORS AND Used to carry I remember three or four different bundles of money, and he knew where where the five dollar bills the ten dollar. Bills where he was a constructive given to, he wasn't a soft touchy was understandable touch. Uncle Jim Hawkins here's what you call constructive help. matzec Jim could I see Fred. Now. He's an old timer. Follow about fifty. And Should tell you the truth are going to. Put the slug in the lack over that fleabag and I'm living in overnight, avenue. It's don't get thirty bucks. He says I'll be carrying the banner you know. I says one thing before I asked him now. Did you ever play on the bill with Fred? Always thirty some years ago, but he wasn't remember. I wait here. I'm an infrared was busy writing, and I said listen you remember an act named songs on so and so. Oh? Yes, JAM! Yes, G.! That was thirty. Some you you know. He had the models faculty being able to reach into that. Bring that up. Yes, sure sure. A Nice Act Hawaii while I says he's here now. I WanNa see you. He says well sure. Be Glad this. Is this clamping dentures? You know that's the bite. was his expression for putting the bite on. I said yes, it is all sure sentiment now the fellow comes in is Mr. Allen France says. It wasn't Mr Thirty some years ago at the Princess in Chicago and Iraq frightened jolly. Add Ellen. Jeez I didn't think you can remember it shows why not you got. Act or nice people now watch. Your problem told in the hotel. Thirty Bucks is I. Hate the door basis. I don't know well. It's just we can take care of that. That's no problem. But what are you going to do? Always I'm all washed up by shove as this is concerned, I know that. And I'm willing to wipe, but I can't get a job or what kind of work? Was I'm handy around a gas station? You know I'm not clever, but I'm hand around cars and things like that, so. Fred gave him one hundred dollars of scene note. Now he said that man up in that job. He asked him if he needed any more money. He didn't but the nicest part of the whole thing. He took that gas station telephone number. And once every week for almost a year, he would call it. Let's say for the one of a name is. This hunts gas station? Yeah, this is Fred. Allen could I talk to my friend Tom? Bailey only to give that fellow a standing among strangers. Aggravates continue.

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"john crosby" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:58 min | 1 year ago

"john crosby" Discussed on KTRH

"For today but we'll do it again tomorrow morning don't have a line open it's completely full but I will give you the number so that when we get there it going to go in this part of the state Florida league city Eddie pretty gardens John Crosby blizzard bear creek John yeah little bit John you probably have to be in the next segment we're gonna take as many of those calls we cannot tell the break time I have a couple of messages for you before we get thoroughly involved in this right one of mass do we got a we posted some on Facebook wow did you get a ton of response every time you do bring up I do bring up like natural products and you tell people it's organic it's interesting to see some of the **** for tat on there but all the follow up questions cedar repel insect repellent it keeps the insects from the area cedar repel from nature's creation I'll give you a list of places you can pick up these C. to repel products they have the granular you can put down on the perimeter all right they have the liquid being put in like beds around plants and on surfaces cedar repel insect granules C. to repel insect repellent liquid that's kind you just click on the in the house and go to sprain things you'll have to mix it many covers about four thousand square feet the liquid granular is you just do you put it out everywhere especially on perimeter put it on the perimeter of the fence line that's the best thing to do if you put it out in the grass I hope you don't have that kind of flea problem you have to put in the grass because you don't want a big thick layer of that down on the grass but it will last for a long time out in the landscape even after rain or to write them that you're gonna love the scent cedar oil zero smell smells great you can pick it up at Wabash feed Gold Coast equine down there and friends what are C. W. nursery we talked about earlier today sweet organic solutions by the way sweet organic solutions impairment the newest place to carry.

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"john crosby" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

03:14 min | 1 year ago

"john crosby" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"If a Prime Minister of Canada Canada's Lucky and I mean really lucky he gets to have a John Crosby in his cabinet. One not too. That's how former Prime Minister Brian Mulroney began a tribute tribute to his late friend and colleague in Saint John's earlier today dignitaries and politicians of all stripes including Justin Trudeau and former prime minister. Joe Clark gathered for Mr Crosby state funeral in the provincial capital. Mr Crosby served as a cabinet minister under both Mr Clark and Mr Maruni at the podium. Brian Mulroney honored his friends fierce advocacy. Not only for his province but for his country as a whole and he offered up a tentative impersonation of John Crosby in this story about the the birth of CBC Newsworld commentators have discussed the crosby sense of humor. Funny I never saw any of it so here. We are at another Cabbie batmobiles a little while later and the Minister of communications came in with a project to create the new instrument called Newsworld and to fund it with a further grant to the CBC saw. The debate went around the cabinet table and finally John put up his hand now. I can't imitate them but I'm going to try. What the Hell you put up his hand and you know many of you know that when he was trying to make an important point he closed his eyes so I knew it was going to be important because both of them were bat shot so he puts up his hand and he said Prime Minister? May I say something I said. Sure John what is it he said as I understand it we are presently giving the CBC a billion million dollars a year so they can savage us eighteen hours a day. Is that right Prime Minister I said well John is just about right and he said this I understand we are going to create an instrument called newsworld and we are going to give the CBC another two hundred million dollars so they can savage usque twenty four hours a day. Is that right prime minister. I said well I think Soja you said we'll prime administer. I'm GonNa need your help. You're a very smart man and you're a great speaker prime minister you're very eloquent. I WANNA ask you to to come with me to Newfoundland and speak to the good people of Newfoundland to convince them a little bit because they have never heard of anything thinks oh stupid in their entire lives.

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"john crosby" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

03:14 min | 1 year ago

"john crosby" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"If a Prime Minister of Canada Canada's Lucky and I mean really lucky he gets to have a John Crosby in his cabinet. One not too. That's how former Prime Minister Brian Mulroney began a tribute tribute to his late friend and colleague in Saint John's earlier today dignitaries and politicians of all stripes including Justin Trudeau and former prime minister. Joe Clark gathered for Mr Crosby state funeral in the provincial capital. Mr Crosby served as a cabinet minister under both Mr Clark and Mr Maruni at the podium. Brian Mulroney honored his friends fierce advocacy. Not only for his province but for his country as a whole and he offered up a tentative impersonation of John Crosby in this story about the the birth of CBC Newsworld commentators have discussed the crosby sense of humor. Funny I never saw any of it so here. We are at another Cabbie batmobiles a little while later and the Minister of communications came in with a project to create the new instrument called Newsworld and to fund it with a further grant to the CBC saw. The debate went around the cabinet table and finally John put up his hand now. I can't imitate them but I'm going to try. What the Hell you put up his hand and you know many of you know that when he was trying to make an important point he closed his eyes so I knew it was going to be important because both of them were bat shot so he puts up his hand and he said Prime Minister? May I say something I said. Sure John what is it he said as I understand it we are presently giving the CBC a billion million dollars a year so they can savage us eighteen hours a day. Is that right Prime Minister I said well John is just about right and he said this I understand we are going to create an instrument called newsworld and we are going to give the CBC another two hundred million dollars so they can savage usque twenty four hours a day. Is that right prime minister. I said well I think Soja you said we'll prime administer. I'm GonNa need your help. You're a very smart man and you're a great speaker prime minister you're very eloquent. I WANNA ask you to to come with me to Newfoundland and speak to the good people of Newfoundland to convince them a little bit because they have never heard of anything thinks oh stupid in their entire lives.

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"john crosby" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

03:14 min | 1 year ago

"john crosby" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"If a Prime Minister of Canada is lucky and I mean really lucky he gets to have a John on crosby and his cabinet one not too. That's how former Prime Minister Brian Mulroney began a tribute to his late friend and colleague in Saint John's earlier today dignitaries dignitaries and politicians of all stripes including Justin Trudeau and former prime minister. Joe Clark gathered for Mr Crosby state funeral in the provincial capital. Mr Crosby served as a cabinet having a minister under both Mr Clark and Mr Mulroney at the podium Brian Mulroney honored his friends fierce advocacy. Not only for his province but for his country entry as a whole and he offered a tentative impersonation of John Crosby in this story about the birth of CBC News World Commentators have discussed the crosby sense of humor. I never saw any of it so here. We are at another cabinet meeting a little while later. And the Minister of communications occasions came in with a project to create a new instrument called Newsworld and to fund it with a further grant to the BBC. So the debate went around the cabinet table and finally John put up his hand now. I can't imitate them but I'M GONNA try. What the Hell he put up his hand and you know many of you know that when he was trying to make an important point he closed his eyes so I knew it was going to be important because both of them were bat shot so he puts up his and and he said Prime Minister? May I say something back. I said sure John What is it. He said as I understand understand it we are presently giving the CBC a billion dollars a year so they can savage us eighteen hours a day. Is that right prime minister. Well John is just about right and he said this I understand we are going to create an instrument called news world and we are going to give the CBC she another two hundred million dollars so they can savage us twenty four hours a day. Is that right prime administer. I said well I think so. You said well prime minister. I'm going to need your help. You're a very are you smart man and you're a great speaker prime minister you're very eloquent. I'M GONNA ask you to come with me to Newfoundland and speak to the good people with new from them to convince a little bit because they have never heard of anything so stupid in their entire lives..

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"john crosby" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

03:14 min | 1 year ago

"john crosby" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"If a Prime Minister of Canada is lucky and I mean really lucky he gets to have a John on crosby and his cabinet one not too. That's how former Prime Minister Brian Mulroney began a tribute to his late friend and colleague in Saint John's earlier today dignitaries dignitaries and politicians of all stripes including Justin Trudeau and former prime minister. Joe Clark gathered for Mr Crosby state funeral in the provincial capital. Mr Crosby served as a cabinet having a minister under both Mr Clark and Mr Mulroney at the podium Brian Mulroney honored his friends fierce advocacy. Not only for his province but for his country entry as a whole and he offered a tentative impersonation of John Crosby in this story about the birth of CBC News World Commentators have discussed the crosby sense of humor. I never saw any of it so here. We are at another cabinet meeting a little while later. And the Minister of communications occasions came in with a project to create a new instrument called Newsworld and to fund it with a further grant to the BBC. So the debate went around the cabinet table and finally John put up his hand now. I can't imitate them but I'M GONNA try. What the Hell he put up his hand and you know many of you know that when he was trying to make an important point he closed his eyes so I knew it was going to be important because both of them were bat shot so he puts up his and and he said Prime Minister? May I say something back. I said sure John What is it. He said as I understand understand it we are presently giving the CBC a billion dollars a year so they can savage us eighteen hours a day. Is that right prime minister. Well John is just about right and he said this I understand we are going to create an instrument called news world and we are going to give the CBC she another two hundred million dollars so they can savage us twenty four hours a day. Is that right prime administer. I said well I think so. You said well prime minister. I'm going to need your help. You're a very are you smart man and you're a great speaker prime minister you're very eloquent. I'M GONNA ask you to come with me to Newfoundland and speak to the good people with new from them to convince a little bit because they have never heard of anything so stupid in their entire lives..

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"john crosby" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

02:51 min | 2 years ago

"john crosby" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"I went to school together since I I'm I'm picturing my fourth grade class picture in my head right now which is kind of frightening but yeah just western Michigan is a great place to grow up. assuming the prince family they seem to know what they're doing Mr jumping nice meeting you Sir I'm sure we'll have you back for your expertise and have a terrific evening thank you so much bye to be here nice meeting you Sir that is Thomas chipping senior legal fellow at the heritage foundation Johnny was talking about the Chicago a trial fifty years ago this week go ahead Sir yes. I'm a but I'm gonna show on TV shows sure the mad CPD phylum that empire. during the plans for the use of making a movie about the Chicago seven trial. con about shows. no portion with the trust of the nineteen sixties with the helmets with ability start should start looking football people play on. Esther's hippies Yippies. the action on the streets by grandpa's like in sixty eight I applied dialed the water back on I'm sure I think I'm I'm I'm not alleged in Miami as a bystander or possibly a yeah I don't get on the convention hello good into joined John that's great that sounds fun one of these are in but starts filming this. next month and then got Alzheimer's ledger starred in about Sascha Baron Cohen played Abbie Hoffman's. Patrick Kerrison his complete player what the octopus out on Ole what they got they got all that all the schools the actor a bad of players from the southern looking for a lot of people the the numbers they're gonna be all right so the state wide I remember I remember watching the stuff in a little black and white television back in you know sixty eight Iran through the trial in six nine obviously but watching watching the you know the riots essentially in in a grand park in Lincoln Park and the famously Lauren that's where Pat Buchanan was working for Nixon this during sixty eight and it was at that hotel which is right at the foot of Lincoln Park which I'm not sure it's a Lincoln Avenue I'm not sure still hotel I think it is what's the name I don't know but but at that time it was the end of the hotel or Patrick Buchanan was a stain and he picked up the phone and called Nixon this before the election and he held the phone out to one of the city here you hear what's happening you're going to win the election because a lot of what was going on in here in Chicago during the democratic convention so I'm looking forward to seeing the movie I saw a documentary just can't remember the name of one of their a text message and we'll let you get on with your busy heating Lauren John Crosby stills Nash I believe Neil Young wrote a song about the topic you were just talking about Chicago yes I'm familiar with the song right six.

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"john crosby" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

04:34 min | 2 years ago

"john crosby" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"It was open. The the as I understand it. And I was told that the soldiers said backwards in this plane, and they sit backwards in steel chairs seats. Oneness bomb went off exploded. And again, I'm telling you what I was told by the general, and or what I had said, what makes sense, and what the evidence wasn't a in the conclusion of it. It went off and the cyanide gas went through the cabin or the area the plane. And it killed the pilots and and the plane crashed into the ground killing everyone on board. When the plane crashed many of the soldiers were decapitated because their head hit the bar. Yes. In their longings was traces of cyanide. In in in the long. How did the Sinai gas get into their lungs if they were killed on crass, the general confirmed that there were Sinai gas in their lungs? That's what I was told at the time. This is this is an somewhere out there. I read it on the internet some time ago where there was this information, and as evidence of Sinai gasping in a troop lungs, and course, the thing is that the Sinai gas had to be going through the plane in order for the soldiers to to breathe it in to get it into their lungs. And then when the crash they were decapitated, so this what I was told high was also told that there was a huge uproar that they presented as evidence to Crosby and said look there was signed I gas on this plane. Look there was a bomb in the front of the. Point. Look these soldiers were they were dead before they hit the ground. This was sabotage. But at that point in time John Crosby insisted it was ice on the wings. And as you read the reports out there, you'll find that there. There was dissension in the envy, a national Safety Board members who are investigating the crash so much. So that at the end of it the general analyst other members one or two resign their position over this. They would not be party to this deception. That's that's what I told what I know. Right. And and the oven seems to be out there that there was exactly at I had intuitively seeing this bomb in front of the cockpit going off Gascoyne through the plane and killing not only the crew but everyone else on board. And of course, everybody was killed on on on on the plane. I think about it sits on takeoff, you wouldn't expect a plane minutes after takeoff to have such a devastating crash. I had said also they wanted to know who planted in Canada who put the bomb on there. And and the information was that it was put on in the Middle East. I guess when it took off from Egypt, and it was supposed to go off over the Atlantic. Which would mean that the plane would have disappeared. And there would never have been any evidence of this bomb going off a plane, but something happened or this fire. In other words, it did not go off until it took off the second time from from Ghandour and took golfing gander Newfoundland, and it went off right right now where you were when you telling the general this he already knew that that he wanted confirmation because he already knew that there was Sinai gas on that on board. He wanted to see your wanted to. Oh, he didn't know that. He didn't know nobody knew I came up with that. And then they naturally like all the professionals I deal with I give him. Information. I get a cause. And then they go and look for it. And that's what they did. That's when they found. Yeah. Okay. Because when the sign I went off, the only evidence left was in the bodies of the soldiers because when the plane hit the ground, it broke up, and there would be no, you know, it's not like a talk going off or or you know, like there's not a stain around..

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"john crosby" Discussed on Never Not Funny

Never Not Funny

03:52 min | 2 years ago

"john crosby" Discussed on Never Not Funny

"Guarantees was just real quick or multiple on. How's it matter? No for Cardo multiple. Don't miss Brown. Smith's Miami Garcia played them in the HBO? Oh, nice job. Yeah. Good thing the Petain as Peter Dana, Dane Clinton either. Entertained. It's. Did he? This is this returned to my face with means that. So as we discussed prior to this the episode there are plenty of options here, I'm going with. Okay. Richard Roundtree, Richard Roundtree to review who actor played shaft. Yep. If what your mouth. Is that correct? Are you not going to say, well, we have to wait? Everybody's gotta you don't know. It could be. Okay. Okay. Miles everyone. Oh, gosh. Anything else happening, Elliot? I know you had a big weekend. Steph. F? I went. I went I went and saw a a live radio play production of the bicker. Sens? Oh, yeah. How was that? They've actually was very good. You know, golden age radio, not everybody's not everybody's bag. But yeah, they did a good job. And they had some some fun with it. It was over in Thousand Oaks. There's a there's a yeah. There's like a the big theater there. Huge leader red Calveley. No, no, this is this is in like there's like a not a national park, but like a like a like a park area. And then there's a little theater in exactly what you're talking to right next to the oaks mall. Yes. Yeah. Isn't that billboard? Exactly. But nice little nice little space to the bigger cities, though. There were go Goto reference for me. And I enjoyed them when I was younger because it made me feel like an adult that I knew what the bicker Sens were in that. I enjoyed them. But I think. Not unlike our friend. Mr. bean after about three minutes, we get it. It's interesting because. Wow. Like, they're, you know, it's the performance makes a difference too. And I would like to listen to what Donna Michi in forget the actresses name who who was the the feature in that. But like, they they go at each other. I think it's good what? Yeah, they really do. You really do. And it's and it, and it it it's more than the honeymooners. As an example, like the honeymooners, they went at each other. But this one it's it's a little harsher. Yeah. And and they didn't do furred. Sorry. Yes. Say again Francis Langford difference is when I when I heard what it was. I I assume that they were there was like a like they were charming with each other. And this kind of generally ribbing there, there's no there's no gentlemen, and it's never really all that charming. It's very, but there still some good funny in it because the the insults are well-crafted. And then there's turns of phrase, which you know, you can kind of predict them because there's from an era from while ago. But but they're still like, oh, you're going to turn that thing that I said into an insult on me. Like that that there's that kind of. Humor which works. So that's why it was enjoyable. But boy, yeah. A little couple spots a little bit hard to listen to. Well, yeah. I'm I didn't know what the bicker Sens was. Oh is that true? I know you say it all the time. And I just thought it was like an old. What are you the bicker sins? Yeah. I thought it was like an SNL sketches from the seventy sure listen to this as New York Times New York Herald Tribune critic John Crosby described the bicker Sens blanche is one of the monstrous shrews of all time. She makes her husband take two jobs, a total of sixteen working hours in order to bring home money more money, which she squanders on minks and the stock market. Meanwhile, he can't afford a new pair of shoes and goes around with his feet paint and black and a few hours of sleep..

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"john crosby" Discussed on Dudes Doing Business

Dudes Doing Business

01:33 min | 4 years ago

"john crosby" Discussed on Dudes Doing Business

"And it just since i just want to hang out with people that talk in us in like trendy scaling gonna need to learn how to ski first nah nah well i mean all superior fuck around but i just i just wanna like a swimmer like smoke some pot with some uh some boroughs in denver and one of my wake listen to them talk most person numbered on husky while fuck to say that about us texans too but like well you better you better go try to do that before before monday another child madison as having a third today i hate today could amy earlier today as you any names takeout easy with this gino yeah hey are you going to the official name release on that i want to hear it yet it's his name is going to be crosby wiccan crosby nice bill crosby crosby middle name crosby cross lee whitcomb nice aisha i was hoping you would go cross crosby welcome crosby crosby you know one of my favorite names of all time as john john florence john john as john to cool yet school is john john what's your name john crosby already strong enough it doesn't need new anything else mom cross i think probably that'll real real unique crosby said after crosby stills nash and you know it was actually his the original name that we had like actually settled on we told my parents who one out was oliver which which goes with we have you know henry in charlotte looked pretty classic.

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