18 Burst results for "John Ratzenberger"
"john ratzenberger" Discussed on The Moratorium
"Punch anybody The next twenty people who say i'm living the dream they're going to get. I hate that. So it's like office space. Select case of the mondays to strangle someone when they say that our yeah for all of humanity as we stop using this dump it. No one life got nothing better to say. Hey hey say nothing at all why that might have been a little hotter too much all right. So let's go into some of these actors. Okay okay i was looking at chris jagger to see what else that he had done which is absolutely nothing and Wasn't doing a lot in this movie. Either he just kind of melted there without shirt on you know. He was listed as i vampire. That really narrows it down. I mean second van pyre and then what did they call matilda space girl the caller space girl. That's her name skirts. It space. Can i just say Henry man seaney. I don't know. I'm sorry if i missed this because googling things while you were talking. But his name is birth. Name is enrico nicola mancini. Nikola guesses hanging said nikola anyway as pretty good i liked that so chris jagger was In a movie called the stud. Oh boy with joan collins god yeah and he i think he just played rock star. Okay as just stuff you don't want to watch The movie one thousand nine hundred seventy nine the bitch. Yeah which also has joan collins. God that's also a rolling stone saw. Oh maybe i think it's just called bitch That's bizzare The bitch also has antonio can't afford. Oh i love that. He was ingrid's father in demons to. Oh the little connection there that ossius dad that she's like trapped in the car. Okay so yeah. We talked about him before. Very interesting. stuff John ratzenberger is also in the home and he may be the titular. Big was in demons to that would be hilarious great. So there's another movie. I wanted to mention here. Nineteen seventy-nine home before midnight and it reads a successful rock lyricist becomes romantically involved with a.
"john ratzenberger" Discussed on The Swearwolves
"Health inspector that shows up to check the pigs. Yeah that's true. I and he's like checking he's like you need to do x y and z. Because they're going to get infections and The guy leaves and then leader comes back. Because you think something's up. Yeah that guys think something's fishy and so when he comes back vincent He is snooping around vincent's garden. Yeah quote unquote garden. He's like this secret hidden garden and he comes across this catch. It's catch pitch kids and there's a bunch of burlap sacks in the ground weird that is weird and they start moving one starts movie and he lifts it up and it's fucking the girl's boyfriend. Yeah and he's not did walmart head. Sticking out of this garden yen is like voice. Boxes been slid or something so he can't speaking just kind of zombie noises vincent pops up and knocks him out and then they bury him. Yep and this is where we also get the john ratzenberger girls okay so the girls get attacked but the cows i i think girls are a lot later. Oh are they. Oh sorry it has jumped way ahead yes. So then. there's this this a van full of Musicians band ivan. The terrible's and john ratzenberger the drummer. And they're they run over a bunch of bear traps. There's something pops their tires causing them to flip. And then vincent Gases all of them puts them in his truck drives him and i to drive them down to the garden and visit also bosses ida around to go. Get the bodies. Go dig the holes. Go do this go to and like. What do you do the as best-renowned anyway. They dig all these holes and they put all the bodies in there and they slid all their throats and he also chose ida his surprise for her. Which is the health inspector guy. Yeah he's all excited. We got them but apparently that's how they grow their meat. Quote unquote grow their meat. Like the treat them like veal almost right and he didn't says like oh. This one's not ready yet or this is going to be ready soon. It's like it to rises the meat rate so gross it is even stick funnels. Oh yeah it's like a snorkel. Yeah put that. And they've dumped liquid food in there and they're lot on my mom. Thank you okay. I don't care how long. I had been down there.
"john ratzenberger" Discussed on MZNOW with Michael Zavala
"This summer on monsters at work disney plus it. I'm super excited for. Thank you again for your time. Thank you thank you take care you too bye-bye.
"john ratzenberger" Discussed on MZNOW with Michael Zavala
"Cost basically bitcoins down. There's a bitcoin. Atm in the gas station over here. The one with the mcdonald's in it and paul really street. Yeah so i do. I'm getting more discouraged as we're talking because it hasn't make any sense. Let's say you're purchasing services from someone in sweden So like let's say so. Let's say i'm paying for a service of a hundred dollars right. I'm sitting in one hundred dollars worth of bitcoin at that moment in right name. It's painted for their services but then whenever they get it. Let's say an hour later. It's worth one hundred bucks in the is only worth fifty bucks. Yeah so that's the price you pay with bitcoin. Because you're hoping that that one hundred dollars or send them. Today is worth two hundred dollars tomorrow. That's why they're accepting the bitcoin sending with the us dollar like you know vajpayee you one hundred dollars today and you're holding onto a hundred dollars but that value of that dollar drops in ten years. It's really only you know because inflation stuff only like seventy dollars. It's ten years on the matter of minutes. Right like elon. Musk a tweet something tomorrow. And that the value of that money that you just said zero because first off we need a trump ban him on twitter he does not need to be on twitter just crazy. Volatile is trump. He said something stupid and everyone loses money. But i do. I am putting money in it. Because what if it is the currency of the future. And i'm kicking myself. Because i didn't put a thousand dollars in ten years ago. You know what. I mean But that's why i'm just i'm just holding it and letting it ride holding it. Yeah i'm gonna stay with marina. I put too much money in it. Yeah just don't pull it out. Don't look at it like this is the only time i'm telling you not to pull out okay and don't look at it every day. I do that. I'll look at it every day. And i'll get discouraged but now it's just like whatever if i would have left that money that i had in a very huge amount of money i put him. Bitcoin jones the rapper told me not to pull out i immediately pull out like three days later. I could have had so much more money. Yeah you know. What have you actually do it now. I think it's worth. I'm not doing him any more money in this the same amount. I think today's a thirty six thousand. That's where i bought it at cost at thirty six thousand. That's what i re rebirth in with my winning also you know. We're not worried about your. I'm playing with house money now okay. That's what i want. I pulled my original investment out. So i'm not losing anything now. I'm just letting it ride. Oh the we we the answer your question at all I mean. I answer my own question. Yeah but i mean you answer my other question about the the value of the bitcoin how it changes in your wallet. I had no idea about that. Well i mean i could. I could be completely wrong. But that's what. I noticed the other day when i looked at my wallet. My coin value that little one point it was like twenty two cents or whatever is now thirty six cents or whatever though it's changing with the market. Yes but i would say that Just my little knowledge or whatever. I don't know how good it is. But i would say Would be clean because they use so much Power howard or some enough power to run the big quyen that is producing or using so much energy. I think that's all bs you think so. I think he's doing it to manipulate the market. The is that what he talked about now. That's what i think he's doing. That's what a lot of people are thinking. I didn't hear from him. I rented just he. He said so the whole thing. The reason why. Bitcoin crashes because elon. Musk said we're not gonna take a bitcoin payments for tesla anymore. Because we're worried about the environment Yeah no i mean. There's other selectors There's corn Alternatives yeah so like other other coin currencies or the coin currencies that use less energy to run. Run the coin. Yeah so those are the ones that i am investing in. I don't know again. I just got into this a few months ago. And i'm not even knowing i don't even know what i'm doing You're you're talking to the wrong guy. It's like the blind leading the blind at this point. Because i know. I lose my entire life savings. Oh thousand dollars. That's hard for so many years. I put it all in the bitcoin. Let it ride why. I say that we're doing. We're doing better than most people because some people don't even know how real like regular money works right so Honestly i was probably one of those people who didn't really know how regular money worked either. Because you never have to think about it right and then when you start to think about like oh i guess it is how it works but anyway yes last week we did intend to do a real show last week but we didn't. We had like a flood in dallas. And it kind of through our plans off. It was ridiculous. So here's what happened. I- clarkston here. He's at a wedding. Otherwise i would. I wish he was here. He was going to call in and try to explain his side of the story because his side of the stories way more interesting than anything we had going on about. One o'clock eric. Tax me a picture of flooding on in his neighborhood and he lives out in fort worth or wherever and I was like oh well. That sucks you. Don't you don't come in make it yes. Vote or something right. I said do the show from the house. If you want not a big deal and i leave it at that. I dismiss it. You know. I always do that. But i didn't i could be. Here's what. I was focused on that day. Like i drive around a lot in the rain. Which i'm already nervous about driving in the rain and i had to escort people with me escort. Escort okay so i had to bitcoin. I do bitcoin and does coin. How accept it. yeah. I don't know. I don't know how to actually turned into an actual value. I don't know anything about flooding or whatever. I think it's happening in your neck of the woods. You're seeing is raining at this point. Yeah okay and. I'm just nervous about all the driving. I have to do at this point. I'm in dallas. I have to go take people down to my neck of the woods. I live about thirty minutes. South of dallas for a little gathering. My plan was i was in. Go down there hanging out. The little gathering a little bit come back up to dallas. Do the show go back down my neck of the woods. Pick everyone up. Bring him back up to dallas. That's four trip home in the rain. And i'm freaking out because i can't see out of the windshield wipers are bad. You know like they're doing so much construction on the highway that you can't see the painted lines when it's wet so it's it's a mess and so i'm stressed out so when i get your tax i'm like okay. Whatever no big you know. I moved out of my brain and i'm just focusing on the worry of today So as i'm leaving dallas One of the girls in the car says oh my gosh. it's flooding in dallas. And she shows a picture of video of this guy pushing his car like the water is up to his roof. Yeah and like the water is coming up to his chest. And he's sitting there pushing his car out of the water. And i'm like at that point first off because dot. What are you trying to save like. Just leave the car in the water. You get out you get safe. You don't need to go and risk your life you don't know what's in the water it as yeah you'd be. A sharp objects would be electrical cable. Yeah syringe syringe. Get out of the water. Your car's done. It's it's a total loss. Let that guy that's where insurance comes in right it's done. I'm watching this video. And i look in the background and i see that it's from the street literally happening right here in this area and so that's when i send a message to everyone and say hey you know what we're going to show from the house because i thought it worked out for me too because i don't have to come back to dallas. I'm ten minutes from my house. At this point. I'll just go home. Do the show go back to the gathering them to bring people ops announce less driving so eric's my internet's going in and out spiders like i don't have A microphone on my house that this this moment so i can't do it so i'm like okay. Well where's clark clark for. The first time ever is early in the sitting here at the studio two hours before showtime during a hurricane. Yeah he's a while mar here at the studio during the most treacherous weather came up early. Because i had taxes the do. He's in the parking lot just hanging out. He doesn't have a key to get in the building. There's no cleaning crew here to let him in.
"john ratzenberger" Discussed on Adult Beverage Podcast
"Right and. You know. It seemed like it just missed on a lot of different things in it did and I think it had too many things going and I'm I'm really trying to take this story and go. How does it still make money? Okay. Number One how does this relate and have a cult following that we know it has. Yet it misses on so many things what makes us different? Is it because it's so cheesy campy that it goes people go for it. That's what I. Like about it and I like the bad acting from all the TV actors. That's that's what I I like bull from night court I, like the greatest American hero I think he's his acting in this movie is better than in the greatest American hero because I watched that from time to talk. I don't know I. Don't know my biggest issue with the story is not like comedy versus. Serious or. Anything like that it's that what? What was the story? So he in Vietnam? So they asked him, he said he grew up with his hand in that house but obviously, he was there with his wife and their child later. And ground there and the grant or the aunt knew the house was haunted. So had he been haunting the aunt before like I don't understand what all that you gonNa have to watch house to house four for the anxious to those questions. It's hard for me to fuck and believe that there are four entries into this. House House three isn't even called House three and it has nothing to do with that house. Well Yeah and the second one just barely has a connection to the house. It's just is happens to be in the house but no one from the original one. That I, looked up. John Ramsey. Yes. In Gross. Yes. I Chop Rats and I just saw John Ratzenberger in the original. I think it was the original hills have is. Really get this little tiny rural. There's is I think it was movie there is as van of a bunch of. Hippie freaks. And John Ratzenberger was one of them. That could be free delivery L. What. He does not deliver your. One of the reviews that I read on this to talk about that the terror of the war. Over powered the terror of the house. Yeah there was too many things fighting right other and that that took away i..
"john ratzenberger" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Like Radio City Music hall. Chances are let me have you ever been Teo? The Alamo theaters? Have you ever been to an Alamo event? No. So Alamo was the first theater that I second theater that I knew of the first theater chain. That had the dine in with the drinks and the cocktails and everything, but they don't just have first run movies. They run like one night. They'll run gone with the wind, and they'll have a discussion about it. They loved movies, and they have all of these events that are not around first run movies. I fully expect the Alamo to survive if they have any sort of solid business model because they're more diversified. But you like your am season, you're Regal's They don't do any of that stuff. You know, they don't do any of that. And let's not forget one element of this equation. The lousy quality of most of the movies that come out today. Well, you're not the target down off of big on the problem now is that the younger demographic that is still being pursued by television, frankly, and movies. They're getting their entertainment elsewhere. My daughter spends approximately five minutes watching television a week My daughter watches YouTube videos. The holder in this family. When I tell you I have seen every Holderness video. 7000 times. I'm not lying. I've seen them 7000 times, But my daughter consumes media in a much different way, so they're still going after those same people, And I'm not wearing that weird time now with her age, where she still likes animated movies, but she could handle You know, slightly more mature movies, but all you get in that version is like teen coming of age schlock. She's not ready for that yet, you know, So there's no like middle of the range movies. But think about how well kidsmovies perform. If I were an actor, I would be begging my agent. Get me in a kid's movie. Get me as many kids movies. As you can. John Ratzenberger practically has a private plane from all the voice work he's done for Pixar. He has appeared in every single Pixar movie and for those movies, you don't even have to put pants on. They don't even require you get full. You could come in in a bathrobe to the recording studio and do your think they don't care. I'd be over that all day long. I'd be like I only want to work in animated movies at this point. No hair, no makeup. There you go. Very good point is well made that today's theaters of theatrical movie houses cater to Children and teenagers. Basically, that's their target audience. If you're a grown up You're going to be relegated to either the art houses or cable or satellite TV productions. All the stuff is on TV. All the kid stuff is in the movie theaters. You know what I always thought, And this is like a dumb idea. And maybe it's not as dumb as I thought it was I thought about this years ago. Remember the miniseries How big The miniseries was Dave Back in the 19 late seventies, early eighties, the miniseries had a minute and some great movies were made in a miniseries. And I always thought to myself If I owned the theater, I would want a miniseries where you could buy a ticket. There was gonna be a five per ticket. Every Thursday night. You came to the theater to see the new episode or whatever it wass because then you get five times the concessions. And you know you're gonna have people there five times for that. I don't know why they wouldn't do something. I'm just free idea of the theatre people. It's not a great idea. It's one that's been used Million times. Remember in the thirties and twenties, thirties and forties. They had you keep saying, Remember, I was not alive during that, David don't make me older than I am. I wasn't alive either, but I'm aware of okay. You had cereals that they leave your cliffhanger every week, and you'd have to what's gonna happen? Is he going to survive? I got to be back next week to find out They don't even do that in a little more. Yeah, more sophisticated than they were back in the day. What The concept still is a good one, and it would draw people back the 2nd and 3rd weeks. What's really missing Right now in the movie theater world is creativity. Because I don't see a lot of creative problem solving. And I think they're kind of looking at it in a very singular, rutted way. That is, to their detriment to make that happen. But you know what you want to survive. They're gonna have to get creative and get creative quickly. Yes. And communities don't want these big giant empty boxes all over the place. And that's what movie theatres are talking about. Something takes up a lot of space. That's a movie theater. Anyway. All right. Is Debbie Kay? Join us? Be a switchblade. My Cassie. They're all ride. Now. Let me do this. Let me switch over here. Dave. We're going to switch over here. Oh, no, I don't have to do that because you can hear me on the board, right? Baby care you there. Yeah, I got your fine. Oh, perfect. I was changing stuff and making changes. I don't have Tio. No. Now. Oh, hey became. Let me ask you a question Is this Lakers heat match up for the MBA finals? Would you call that a marquee matchup or no? I think anything as LeBron is is a bit of a marquee matchup just on its face, but Miami other than when they had LeBron or shock and Dwyane Wade before that. Is not a marquee franchise like the Celtics are or the Sixers, my beer the Bulls so that it's always going to be tough with these other teams. The Knicks certainly would have fallen there, although we know there are dumpster fire, so it's tricky, though. But basketball players normally happened in June and not against baseball playoffs in NFL games, nothing NFL games. We see it with the World Series every year and in AA a bubble in my heart in Orlando, which is just not going to beat the NFL on ratings. No, it's not. It's not beating most good sitcoms in ratings right now, But let's face it you bad. Yeah, hang on one second, and now it's time for the most exciting segment on the radio of its kind and world. All.
"john ratzenberger" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"On the show today, my friend on David's friend John Ratzenberger. You guys know him from Pixar, All the Pixar films and Cliff Clavin from cheers on television and a couple of quotes He loves Biden. He's a law abiding. That's the kind of law Biden Biden he loves, and also that you don't see skeletons of cats in trees. Because guess what Sometimes they don't need to be saved. They'll just get themselves down. Hang on with us today really appreciated. Okay, David, we were going to play Ah, couple of foul cheap, But I see that you have something here from Mark Love in which I would love to play because he makes a really good point, which lead into the other two. We can talk to John about it. Okay, play and yes, it is. Yeah, Let's play 19. Mark Levin says Why a vaccine frightens Democrats. Listen, here's the word that scares the hell out of Democrats in the media. It's called vaccine, And here's the thing. The president states and his administration are close to getting a vaccine, so they bring out Dr Kamala Harris and she says. I'm not taking the vaccine. I could give a damn if he takes the vaccine or not. They don't want a vaccine before the election. I want you to think about that. They're the ones that don't mind if people die. If we have a vaccine before the elections, the president supposed to put his foot on the brake. And stop progress on a vaccine. And then you have Woodward whole. Woodward wrote something like I give a damn What Wilbur Wright like. It's the Bible, Woodward and Bernstein, the second Van City of journalism. John. What can you say that right? No. Remind you isn't there Another book out called Blitz. The The mainstream media avoiding because ah and it under and saw the truths about the Democratic Party and then in the media. The collusion. I haven't heard about it that tells the other trail. Yeah, press straight on the bestseller list. Okay, let's see. It's called Bliss Blitz. Okay, We got to get that one. David blitz. All right, You know, Mark Levin boy, That's a That's a fearless man. You know what I'm saying? The great Yeah, Yeah, Right. Right. Alright, David, you've got one more clip from. Let's see here about FAO chief out. You've been kind of quiet lately lately. Well, it's because I had an operation Alan and my voice is doing much better is you can tell But the other day they were talking about the president. Not being honest about the dangers of the covert 19 Listen to what I say. Task force members with the president. We're talking about the reality of what was going on. And then when we would get up in front Of the press conferences, which were very, very common after our discussions with the president. He really didn't say anything different than we discussed when we were with him, so I may not be tuned into the right thing that they're talking about. But I didn't really see any discrepancies between what he told us and what we told him and what he ultimately came out publicly and said, So, did you get a sense that he was or wasn't playing this down? No, no, no, I didn't. I didn't get any sense that he was distorting anything. I mean, in my discussions with him, They were always straightforward about that. The concerns that we had we related that to him and when he would go out, and I'd hear him discussing the same sort of things. He would often say We just got through with a briefing with the group from the task force and would talk about it. So you know what may have happened, But I I I have not seen that kind of distortion. John. He had an operation, You know? Did you notice how much better his voice sounded because he had a deep vein hemorrhoid removed from his throat, So he sounds a lot better. You know that They have operations for that sort of thing. They have to go into the other end to get it out of a lot better. You know, it's interesting, though, how he's actually defending the president, don't you think? Yeah, well, you know, the president should play things down. It's like being the captain of the ship or the pilot of an airplane. If you've got both engines on fire your heads towards a mountainside. So I think you want to do is run up and down the aisle with your hair on fire. You know you want to make the announcement? Well, ladies and gentlemen will will be on the ground shortly and because you will But you know what's interesting, He played it down a little bit. But his actions are what really made the difference for us by shutting down China by not allowing them to come into our country. His actions spoke louder than his words, right? Oh, absolutely. They did exactly the right thing. And they did exactly the right thing. You know, I remember back in the Clinton era there, neighbor of mine was lived up in Washington state. A neighbor of mine would go off to trying to in India on a regular basis. So what do you know what this is showing them how to build the smelters. You'd be ableto melts. You know, iron or juice, right? He was throwing them out of make steel. And building the factories there. They could administration then I realized years later that that was around the same time. But the school system's canceled shop classes. So not only were they getting rid of our our backbone our industry, but they were making sure that the industry wouldn't go again because they're not gonna show young people. How to make things. And so I wondered if that was done on purpose. The one that was just a coincidence. But Oh, it was almost as if this is the plan. I'm going to do this and then 30 years we're going to eat America's lunch well, and that's it's this has been decades. Actually, I'm going to say a couple of generations in the making. John. Thank you for being on a whole nother hour with us. Conservative at Hollywood much already?.
"john ratzenberger" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Bigot. But you know, it's so funny if you look back and watch that show and you couldn't get away with doing that show right now, you no way. The television network and the actors would be sate owned. They won't even have police programs on anymore. Wave turned to do such ridiculous human beings. I'm doing good work that is such a evil, So you've got to be careful. You are. You're sleeping with the enemy there. That voice is going to come out of you one day when you least expect it and turn it on. I hope so. Don't you remember when their parents would say a mom a dad and in our case, don't make that face. It may stay that way. So don't make that voice. It may stay that way. David, listen to Alex John. It's not like there's one day couldn't get off. She gargles with gravel. And you know, my brother in law lives lives with Alex Jones blaring like 12 hours a day. Oh, I don't know how he does it. I don't know how he could stay. And I Yeah, I think to myself, all right? You don't need to talk. Quite so, you know, intensely because otherwise, my voice starts to sound like Alex Jones, and I think they're all right. Calm down. Calm down. Calm down. All right, so I just got a text from my friend John Ratzenberger. Who is Cliff Clavin from cheers. He's been in every Pixar film and I'm going to just ask Phil to call him right now, because it's it's a perfect time. Um, to talk about this with him because we in the last segment, by the way, we were talking about the majority of young Americans live with their parents for the first time, and I know I know that I insulted a lot of people saying that because, you know, of course, Of course we want to help our kids. We love our kids, but we've also failed them. By putting him in these public schools and because we've got to go to work, so I got to put him somewhere. Look what's going on right now. In the world schools aren't open. A lot of the businesses aren't open. What do you do with your kids at home school? You know what it takes to home school, you kids. Patience, something we don't too much have, you know? Ah, good friend of our Steve calls me the other night. David. Yeah, he's going. I'm going crazy because Rush Limbaugh was talking about Joe Biden having Sundowners You know what Sundowners is? Oh, yeah, I do. So when people get dementia for those who don't know around five o'clock when the sun is going down 567 o'clock they start getting really irritated. They start getting really angsty. They start getting, you know, frustrated and they can't remember why it so they just have this this sense of anxiety and So my friend calls me up and he's like he's like, I don't want to deal with because I think I'm getting it. I'm getting Sundowners. He goes. I'm irritated. I'm frustrated Every time my mom calls me turn off the news. No, You know what I said to him? I said Steve You didn't get married to you're 50 years old. You never had kids. Your kids are supposed to teach you how to have patience, right? And when you're dealing with your parents in older life, and they're returning back to the child, because we trade places at some point, you know when your parents were 90 or 100 years old there on the end of their life, and they're experiencing things that they need someone to love them unconditionally with patients calmness, kindness. You know, and you do that when you have Children, they cry and they poop in their pants and it's a horrible job. Somebody's got to do it and it's your job. And with our Children, we get to a point where, like, all right, I got to go back to work. At some point you know in the mom would stay home and we'll today the mom doesn't stay home. She's got to go to work, too, because it costs so much to live anymore. So what happens is we put our kids into daycare and then into preschool into school, and the world brings up our kids and look what we've got. Now those kids are coming home to roost. A pew It's P E W Pew poll majority of Young Americans live with their parents for the first time since the Great Depression, and sadly, We have lost our parenting skills that we had in the thirties forties fifties sixties. You know, from the time that you know, our parents were Children. And you you were Children. Go ahead. We're gonna want me to insert this thought And that is this. I think that there are victims of circumstance, many of them who had already had jobs and lost their jobs because of the covert insanity, But I really want to point a finger. That people who are grasshopper and an ant people and you know the answer constantly working. You know, the story of the grasshopper and the ant, right? Oh, the world owes me a livin deluded. It's a grasshopper, right? That's a grasshopper. He thinks, you know he can have a good time and The answer constantly working, and I got to tell you that the people who have taken responsibility for their lives set that example from the time they're kids were little and the kids see that and that's a natural part of their lives. Other people do not have that work ethic. And I think it's sad, and I think those people are probably products of who knows what I don't know. I don't think there's a I don't think there's a single category you can put people in, but You know, I would have to say that Christians and conservatives have a tendency to be more responsible, so I would imagine, And I would I would. I would guess that a lot of those kids are going back to live with Mom and dad because those people vote Joe Biden and Democrat Well, you know what's funny about what you said there, though, about the grasshopper and the ant..
"john ratzenberger" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"On his way to his plan in a cameo video are requested by cursive frontman Tim Casher says the post office is in a little bit of a pickle. Right now. It's certainly in the news being bounced back and forth. So I had an idea, Ratzenberger says in the video, then Posed the question. Why not do all your Christmas shopping early at the post office store that that sounds like a pretty silly thing, right? Says that do all your Christmas shopping early at the post office. Ratzenberger use the hypothetical Aunt Lily to encourage his plans to use the money that they would have spent on Christmas gifts to buy stamps with the equivalent amount of money and send that to their family members is dead See, and it's like anything's been a little tongue in cheek here, however, he might be playing off of something else that is in the news today. Is that it's easy to carry easy to mail is leadership, and it's worth something, and it'll be worth something for a long time. So there it is. The U. S Postal Service reported a $4.5 billion loss. For the second quarter of this year ending in March. So what is that going to be? You know, $22 billion, if you annualized that $22 billion loss for the year. Now that sounds like John Ratzenberger being a goof, and I think it probably is playing on the Cliff Clavin Postman Or he could be making fun of Alexandria, Casio, Cortez. Who yesterday came up with a brilliant idea of her own for saving the post office. And here's the headline on this one. And Who is this? The Associated Press? There's somebody. Alexandria, Casio Cortez has a plan to save the U. S. Postal Service Colon They love their Collins just like John Ratzenberger. Just like click click. Progressive Pen pals. I'm sorry. What? U s Postal Service Postmaster has announced the massive shakeup ahead of an impending surge of mail in ballots. This is stab a Taj say that's actually the sub headline because Just good journalism. That's really not what's happening. But that doesn't matter because the truth is not what matters anymore. But here's the brilliant idea that Alexandria Castillo Cortez has she wants to have pen pals. Progressive Pen pals, and that's her plan for saving the U. S Postal Service. She wants to have progressives mailing each other letters, I guess to reassure one another. That everything is okay and have progressives. You know, they're radical leftist lunatics who don't know what their gender is. And you know your run of the mill Democrat who's afraid to go stand in line to vote because their party told them to be afraid to stand in line. But they're going stand a line for everything else. When that's just that's just So she wants to have progressive pen pal system set up around the country. And that's your plan to save the post office because how shall I say she's a moron? That's I think the thing very low I Q. Perky, perky but very low. I have been thinking about ways to help you help the post office and I think I've got an idea and I'm interested in hearing your thoughts, so one of the best ways to support the post office. It's to buy stamps. What do you all think? Excited if I set up a national Progressive Pen Pal program, do all the work of connecting you to somebody else. We would ask her conversation. Prompt your postcard promise. And even like a principle postcard format. You just send it out on you like that idea. Will you be down? That's that's that hip, urban talk that you hear so much about from the progressives. Would you be down with that? Get down! Get down! Get down tonight. Yeah, yeah. I think she used to be with peaches and she's a progressive pen pal program. That's what she's going, which is the P p p p, which maybe Bill Clinton could administer. Because we already have the PPP, right and then we've got the other peop E p. I think we've got a couple of PPP, so she's got the p p p p The Progressive Pen pal program, and that's what she's pushing to save the post office, which is another indication of her mental limitations. Just one more. She's freaked out by garbage disposal. She was shocked to find that Lettuce grows in the ground. That leaves come from dirt. That was shocking to her just about a year and a half ago. Completely shocked by all of this absolutely crazy crazy people. Nuts. Here's a Here's another amusing one as well. Camelot era. Excuse me. Wait a minute, comma comma La Kama Kama Kama Kama Emilie. She the karma chameleon. She is running for vice President, United States and cackling like a loon the whole way. She's crazy as hell. And they released the name of her top secret Secret Service code name. Since she's the VP running mate, she now get secret service protection. Boy, her life has storybook. It's really like it's been a living hell, because she's a minority and women like her can't get ahead in. America is very tough for her PhD father, professor emeritus from Jamaica, and her mother, PhD, cancer researcher from India. It's been a It's been a tough road. A ho I know from Willie Brown's office. Teo, the attorney general of the state of California are most populous state to the U. S Senate on DH, and she just gets to make it up as she goes along. But she's got secret service protection now. So they announced yesterday her Secret Service code name which is supposed to be secret supposed to be secret. On DH, they announced. They say it's pioneer. Their secret Service code name is pioneer. It defeats the purpose of code name. When you tell everybody with the code name is now they're gonna have to change it to leaker. I think I'm gonna have to change it to a leaker. Because you're supposed to keep the code name of secret. The Hill has the story. Everybody has the story, Senator Law, Harris. Or is it hurries has selected pioneer as her code name..
"john ratzenberger" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Our two advice line a male investors with my brother David if you missed the first hour we had about a half an hour with John Ratzenberger cliff play even you know it's a little known fact live play even from cheers he's also we we didn't talk too much about John because I want to get right to them but David did you know that John has been in every single Pixar film a bug's life Toy Story cars he's been in every was Mack the truck he was ham the pig he was you know the hearing leader the Barnum and Bailey circus and it's a bug's life he was like five or six different character voices that that incredible just amazing voice that is so distinctive yeah and yet he's so flexible he can literally sort of fit the voice into any sort of niche that you can find form he just rolls with it but you know what he is he is a good he's a good hearted American man and easy perfect now are any of us perfect no but you know what he really puts an effort out to make a difference in this world for us with the apprenticeship expansion program that president trump has him on the board of because you know he was born in Bridgeport Connecticut and it's a very industrial part of of the country and so he grew up around industry heavy industry and you know that he also he built with of course the other carpenters he built the stage at Woodstock in in the sixties when No Way yes he did he was one of the builders there he says I'm partially responsible for the downturn of America because I would stop but you know what if you didn't hear that and you want to hear it you can download our app F. 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everything give it a try it only takes seven minutes they also called the seven minute meditation but it's called coping strategies for the military believe not but anyway download our app give it a try if you don't like it deleted but you have to go to FH you vision app dot com and you can get for free on that yes forty percent forty percent of Americans will avoid the public spaces long after corona virus pandemic is over forty percent that's for other people this is a new survey reveals sixteen percent of Americans aren't sure they'll ever be comfortable going out in public again ever nearly six in ten adults say they're more concerned about their friends and families hygiene moving for Hey orchard smudge on your face and here's another one one in four workers will leave their current job if their employer doesn't invest in stronger cleaning practices well you know I I've been washing my hands more lately I'll admit but my hands are getting all dried out so then I have to put lotion on them and I gotta tell you want to put lotion on my hands pick up more grind than I've ever had in his net that he does all of a sudden my hands need to be washed more it's a weird it's like a domino effect it's like now my hands are getting all dried out and cracked and then when I put lotion on my train grab someone pulled my hand slip it's like I just wanna go back to my normal life I just wanna live my life I'm willing to take the risk David anyway well I just think Alan that this is the sign that the brainwashing of America has worked and its unabated and and here's the other thing the headlines I gotta contrast a couple of headlines here and here's the headline from the daily beast which is a real a beast of burden in my opinion it says are covered nineteen mutations making the virus more deadly okay the corona virus is mutating in some cases very quickly but there could be another chilling explanation for high death rates its ability to what is that that was my Ursula remember Ursula from The Little Mermaid okay you're trying to do voice that doesn't horse Allegheny to whether it's funny now just below that is another headline that I found which says scientists say coronavirus patients aren't more deadly or contagious will it well this again this is scientist tracking mutations of the new coronavirus say there's no evidence its changes have made the buyer's deadlier or more contagious now my only point is this yeah our president our great president talks about fake news on top it says covered nineteen mutations are making the virus more did below that it says no it's not happening and then that's a great question who do we know how do we know who to believe how how do we know and then there's this thing called common sense which by the way has been thrown out the window with the band at the baby with the bathwater we don't use common sense anymore because now we're all living in fear going back to the idea that forty percent of Americans will avoid public spaces long after the corona viruses over sixteen percent are sure they'll ever be comfortable getting going on the public space Hey if you're that easily converted what's the next level for you well will you be one of those people who will say well if there's somebody that looks suspicious that they could have something and it could be endangering other people will you turn the men will you become an agent of the state will you become an enemy of your fellow neighborhood people who are just trying to live their lives I think this is such a dangerous thing I've never seen anything like this in my life and I do believe that it's going to manifest itself in very dangerous ways especially because the people who have power now will not relinquish that power just like governor Whitmer who is now extending the lockdown of her state for another six weeks I mean people are going to go insane and there are people who have gone to the capitol to protest governor Whitmer and submitting carrying guns and I've worn people don't let your anger overcome you I was going with this I was gonna say David this is exactly what they want it's like somebody steps on your toe in line at Safeway at a supermarket and they step on your toe and you look at them and you say excuse me you're on my toe and they they don't they just do nothing they act like you don't even say anything and then you might you know touch them on the arm to get them to look at you and you say you're standing on my toe and they still continue to look at you and you say to them if you don't get off my total I'm gonna have to push you off and then they say go ahead I have my rights or whatever they they say you know it's like this insanity so then you put him in you know what they do he just pushed me yeah exactly you see and then you go but you are on my toe what are you talking about you're just push me for no reason you see so they wait until they have antagonize you enough to where you do something that can be seen in the media because they know they have the media on their side can be seen in the media remember that kid that was at a protest and then the left side attacked him he was against sixteen year old any unit of getting a lawsuit and and winning his lawsuit but the media made him look like he was attacking the you know the the poor Indian guy or whatever it was that's right in with the kids that sat there and had a tiny bit of a smirk of a smile on his face and I I have to say we look back at that now that is kind of what's happening to us right now we can stand here even having a tiny little smirk of a smile saying you're not going to hurt me no matter what you say I don't believe your lies I don't believe your garbage we can stand there and smile at them while they well the shout and scream and yell they they being the media.
"john ratzenberger" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Down past the ark of one sixty six east bound after twenty eight Centerville the accidents gone now from garage door repair dot com the W. a mail weather channel forecast it'll be partly sunny this afternoon with a high of sixty two cloudy skies by this evening with a low of forty eight we'll have showers tomorrow then partly cloudy tomorrow afternoon and a high of sixty three forty five in Gainesville at fifty one in Germantown forty seven at Reagan national I'm John Matthews one of five point nine FM Washington's mall WMAL times my foot news doesn't come out of Moscow they're not interested John Ratzenberger as click play button is an under appreciated American cultural figure who had so many things right even back then didn't make where the news comes from just say these people good Tuesday to on this thanksgiving week we're at eight eight eight six three zero nine six two five eight eight eight six three oh nine six two five we got John King at C. N. N. constant up a storm and using potty mouth words because he hates Republicans any it's the truth if you hate the truth and you curse when the truth is uttered you probably shouldn't be an anchor man on a national show in the news business I I'm I'm.
"john ratzenberger" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
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"john ratzenberger" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"What else you going to do with it well we are fortunate to be able to have this time with you Mister John Ratzenberger you've come a long way from the understudy for Tennessee Williams and now you're the voice of hand me the pig and so many more beloved characters within the Pixar universe and I want to thank you for coming on the mall Kelly show and nurture Rama thank you for what you do I've long followed your careers it's as much a treat for me to be able to dialogue with you is it is for everyone else listening to you and if you should ever have the opportunity to just for one day one night play cliff clave it one more time I'll be right there rooting you want because that's one of my favorite television characters yeah that'd be fun I'd love to do that well maybe we need to put that out there so baby the television god's will get a cheers reunion show together well I every year what about that to the executives that whatever downwards no owns cheers and it was at B. C. about having a C. B. S. but I think I scared yes doctor once when he was president of NBC is Korriban and all of their necks said although we do our cheers Christmas special every year and at the he looked at me like you thought I was gonna were choking or something but that he ran out of the elevators fast as he could that's too bad yeah but I don't I there's DBS holds the rights to two years ago so if everybody calls and tells of yeah let's just do a Christmas special I'm pretty sure the actors of all want to do it well that means we have our marching orders now we know what to do we need to bother CBS since Jeff Zucker who's now at CNN residency in and it's not going to help us so we know exactly what we need to do and we'll get right on it well you're a good band both he is John Ratzenberger of course Toy Story four now in theaters go out and see it and you'll probably see me on the line I'll be right there seeing it with everyone else and the threat to Berger thank you once again for coming on the program hopefully we'll get to talk to you when you do your next Pixar movie wink wink I've been looking at IMDb dot com I think I know what it is so maybe we'll get you back on next time all right well thank you bye bye.
"john ratzenberger" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Except weird. That's fine. Spectrum Toy Story four could make two hundred million dollars this week, and how about that ain't that amazing man and is not real surprising. Right. A lot of money, though. It sadly, though, the critics have really turned on this one was at one hundred percent the other day, it's at ninety eight percents. Well, that's right. I don't know if it reaches the upper range of that projection of two hundred million, it will be the biggest opening for an animated movie ever. Recordholder say it again. Frozen. No. Come on. Keep going Moana. Oh I just feel now three no way Pixar the highest rated animated movie. Is that what you said, Donna, the current record holder with one hundred and eighty two point seven million dollars? Yet. All right. Hang on just show for a second. Wow. Last year. Okay. Wait. Okay. Hey. Two. Jiang. Ding d-. Can I get a ding FARC? Ryan. Here's the critics consensus, heartwarming funny and beautifully animated Toy Story four manages, the unlikely feat of extending and perhaps concluding a practically perfect animated saga, although we all agree perfect without it, that we didn't like Toy Story one as much because of that, like devil child neighbor that do mystique. Nuts, dude. That's, that's, that's like a call it a sociopath or a psychopath either is harmful. I think, well, he that's the kind of stuff that people do before they become serial killers. That's why thought like you Donna and to a story as an origin story to date right, episode. But you know what? I mean like did you hear about these people and they were like oh, yeah. He was mean to animals, and would like shoot cats and south. And then the next thing you know, guess what? Now murder. Thank you. Anyway, we talk to John Ratzenberger who plays the role of ham, piggy Bank. And he said, you know what if it's not perfect, they'll go back and start all over with this franchise. Yeah. The Pixar processes, they just. What he was. Meaning was like they will when they write a movie, they won't rush it. Wait..
"john ratzenberger" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Either. If I think of like a scary one report, our report in my, my fans are pretty smart. I bet y'all end up hearing, what that is. Somebody has seen something. That's, that's the great part. Hey, thanks for the call. Appreciate it. Next up. Let's go to Bob in Tucson, Arizona on the wildcard line. Hey, bob. Go ahead. Hi. Hey, my dog like I usually do in listening to coast. What a great way. Yeah. And I think in, in Tucson, they might actually have lizard with boomerang. So watch out. Yeah, yeah. We do. Yeah, we're on my walls. My dog chasing him. But anyway, guy stole my thunder about science fiction theatre. I was gonna tell you how much I used to love the opening shot of the laboratory with all stuff we don't have exciting looking labs anymore. You know, I think I need to get to work on some cooler looking labs. Yeah. One thing two of my favorite movies. I just loved fifty five five and I love the day. The earth stood still. Robert Weil again. And again. And, and I love the original invasion of the body body snatchers that to me is those terrifying movies. Never never black and white, too. Wasn't it? Oh, yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yes. Absolutely. Kevin McCarthy was the carbon just gets so caught up in his terror as everybody around him is turning into aliens great. I feel like that. I feel I came allot in my life. I kind of feel like. Alien. I don't blame you hot boy, just. Now there. I pod other places trying to find you know, these old gyms YouTube scrape for that. I love I love the ones that were set in Arizona desert like tarantula and, you know, the ones where he had giant insects, the huge ants. Remember the huge fans. Yeah. All of this tied into after the war, as I believe, also. Yeah. It was always some atomic experiment on horribly wrong. You know, one, one of my favorites the first man into space. Or he came back something happened to him. Yes. Something remember that? Did you ever see the movie martyrs martyrs? It's supposed to be an mazing horror film. It's a redo of two thousand eight French film, martyrs, have not seen. They say is the greatest four film of the twenty first century. I haven't seen it either. They said that about the baba duck also. To our two hours aloft commercial. Probably probably. Brad driving in Ohio somewhere, Hilo. Brad, go ahead. I I'm caller. Yes, I time. Caller longtime listener. I finally got through. Thank you. I wanted to talk about the movie motel hell wonderful. It was great. Maybe I was born in nineteen eighty one. So I'm coming up on thirty fifth. Birthday? And, you know, the time that that movie came out, it was just so creepy to me meets me gotta eat and seeing that John Lassen barter actually champion role in it. John Ratzenberger is in a lot of films, you know, before cheers, you know, he he was kind of like a bit player. He saw him see him in a lot of films. Yeah. That, that, that to me, I think I was six or seven when it came out. And it was it was so creepy to me. You know, the idea of a family recipe sausage made out of its high hers. They people up to their necks and harvest of them. It was terrifying film, but very funny to very, very satirical, and smart really, if you watch it now, I mean, like when I was younger, it was it was just terrifying. But you watch it now very clever and funny, you know that part you miss 'cause you're hiding your is most of the time. Oh, yeah. Well, thank you, gentlemen. Thank you. Great memories in hell. Who comes up with these things. What kind of a mindset that you have to be in two? Very intelligent people very, very, very, very bored. Intelligent people. There was another one. I think it was based in Australia. I can't remember the name of it. Tarred gone. It I think it was escape from wolf wall or something escape from whoa. Wow. I gotta find out that you, you, you, you got some doozy's man. We're going to have to compare notes. At some point. I gotta find the name of this one. This, this was weird. It was about all these strange people in the manufactured pet food. You can imagine what the pet food was right for it's like a corpse grinder in, if people came in there, they got trapped, but I gotta get the name of it. I'm pretty them. Pretty sure it's almost that name. Well, the corporate is a movie about that making cat food out of people. But I don't know if that's the movie you're talking about. No, no, that's, that's not this and they played a crazy song that. You go to sleep. And you dream about the song. And you can't sleep anymore. It's john. Wow. Wow. This sounds fascinating. You going watch it? You gotta put that up on one of your shows. Give us she websites again. Mr. mobile I seventy four dot com and cinema. Insomnia dot com. All right. Stay with us. We're gonna come back in a moment with Mr Lobo. We're gonna take final phone calls here on coast to coast AM. Maybe I'll find the name of that crazy movie based on a stroll..
"john ratzenberger" Discussed on KTRH
"Probably probably. Brad driving in Ohio somewhere. Hello, Brad, go ahead. First time caller. Yes, I call longtime listener, I finally got through right? Thank you. I wanted to talk about the movie motel hell wonderful. Great. Maybe I was born in nineteen eighty one. So I'm coming up on thirty fifth. Birthday? And yeah, the time that, that movie came out, there was just so creepy to me means meeting hands gotta eat and seeing that John Lassen burger actually Samya role in it. John Ratzenberger is in a lot of films, you know as before cheers, you know, he was kind of like a bit player. He saw him see him in a lot of films. Yeah. That, that to me, I think I was six or seven when it came out. And it was just it was so creepy to me. You know, the idea of a family recipe sausage, made out of hitchhikers. Harry people up to their necks and harvested them. It was terrifying film, but very funny to very, very satirical, and smart really, if you watch it now, I mean, like when I was younger, it was it was just terrifying. But you watch it now it's very clever funny, you know, that part and you miss 'cause you're hiding your is most of the time. Oh, yeah. Thank you, gentlemen. Thank you. Great memories in hell. Hell. Who comes up with these things. What kind of a mindset that you have to be very intelligent, people very, very, very, very bored? Intelligent people. There was another one. I think it was based in Australia. I can't remember the name of it. Dark gone it. I think it was escape from wolf war, or something escape from. Whoa, whoa, wow. Find out that you, you got some doozy's man. We're going to have to compare notes. At some point, I gotta find the name of this one this, this was weird was about all these strange people, and they manufactured food. You can imagine what the pet food was right. It's like a corpse grinders. And if people came in there, they got trapped, but I gotta get the name of it. I'm pretty some pretty sure almost that name. Well, the corporate is a movie about that making cat food out of people, but I don't know if that's the movie you're talking about..
"john ratzenberger" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"China whisper quite effectively can all right. Well, he's doing that. Why don't you? And I talked to one another he still we're talking quiet or not what Ryan says that he's open to. Growth suggestions, he's not sides, not every hunger in appreciation at the other side of that, Patty. My friends is just this disrespect this respect for. Yes. Pave the way for him. Thank you very much, right? And just a lack of awareness or a deep deep rooted desire to grow as a professional. He's twenty six years old. And he thinks he's gone as far as he can go because he thinks he's the best that he can be just can't ever stop growing you. That's right. And when you think that you have nothing else to learn just hang up your headphones. Hey, Ryan, John Ratzenberger was in The Empire Strikes back believe it or not. Mickey's sixtieth birthday Toy Story that darn cat. Toy stories. Stories ham the pig. The pig. Oh. K A bug's life K Toy Story, two monsters Inc. Spirited away. Finding nemo the incredible cars ratatouille. Up Toy Story. Three cars to brave monsters university planes, super buddies, planes fire and rescue inside out the good dinosaur finding Dory. Cars three incredible too. And he will be in Toy Story four. I didn't realize he was such an accomplished voice actor. Well, I don't know if it was a formal deal or what happened, but somewhere along the line Pixar was just it was like this thing, you just knew John Ratzenberger. He's going to be a role for John rattener cliff? Kind of running gag that Pixar has put him in everything. I really appreciate knowing that. No things it really is. Now, Ryan, how do you feel about learning new things while you were talking Donna brought up a point that there's there are two sides that she's noticing. Well, she she noticed the first side, which is that Ryan has what would you say? Clean bandit intelligence to grow improve. Just unwavering. Your. I cooked a burger this morning on Kellyanne Ryan. And it reminds me of that one side was totally charred. It was black the other side we hadn't flipped it in twenty minutes. And it was, you know, not black. I mean, it was like you would wanna burger to look about me. And my moods. This guy needs to invest in a mood ring. So on one side, he's hungry. He wants to learn he appreciates the fact that we all get to work with each other. Broadcaster. And then on the other side there will be times or days or weeks where he is just totally shut down anything that. You would ask them to do the idea of even just developing and growing and figuring out like how can I say hungry? Learn out of line and you guys get online. Sometimes I have to stand my ground. I have to say your questions today. We're very good. Okay. See I'm trying to navigate very I'm trying to navigate where I need to go these questions, I'm just wandering around for my path. I can't believe that you almost got Josh Gad. Josh Gad is. Glasses. Do the dog's purpose. Oh, yeah. Great. Please see that movie. It is so good. We need to do this. We need to formally make a list for one another. Okay. A long list, and then say narrow down and say here the three things that I will watch that you're making me watch. And we give each other like two weeks to get through it. Very limited windows, you're getting all of these dateline death. Watch with your kids, and I'll tell you what it will teach them. Maybe not all of your kids. But that goes well, pay, Lila. We're gonna have movie time down here. Teach them about death. And it'll teach them that death can be a new beginning churches for not movies. Well, it's a parallel you might need to go to church is not really. Yeah. Maybe. Yeah. Okay. Anyway, that's all I wanted to say, I really enjoyed that movie. Okay. Thank you. When we come back. We're going to get tipsy. I am going to give you four ways to get better at small talk. Oh, that's really good. Yeah. Let's let's let's hone in on that. Because I think frankly, this we as a show we could get better at that too. I concur. I can't wait to talk about it. We should do it next right here on mytalk one zero seven one everything entertainment previously.
The 'Monsters, Inc.' Cast to Reunite for Disney+ Sequel Series
"Disney is going to do another movie sequel. Yeah. In the shocking. Here's FOX is. Michelle Pollino, monsters Inc. Is getting a spinoff series with the entire original cast on board its premiere on. Disney's new streaming service. Disney class. John Goodman voices. Silly Billy crystal who voices Mike are back on board the series, titled monsters at work, they will be joined by members of the virginal voice gas, John Ratzenberger, Jennifer Tilly and Bob Peterson the new series picks up six months after the original movie with power plant at its center. Now harvesting the laughter of children to fuel the city of months droplets. Tyler talented mechanic tries to make his dreams come true of working on the LaFleur alongside my