17 Burst results for "Larry Bud Melman"
"larry bud melman" Discussed on Feast of Fun
"That conversation right now. Well in my day which is now days. We thought of seniors of the silver daddy's silver mama's as hip. You know if they wanted to hang out with us. We wanted them Larry bud melman from david letterman. It's like bill hadad. Who is a big part of the shows. You know we a lot of silver. Seniors are the dna of our of our of our arts of our shows and to and to me. It's like a lot of that segregation. That happens between generations is a whole new thing. That is not something that was part of. Lgbtq culture twenty years ago. Well you know when you're looking at like a small town and stuff like that you. The gay bar has the older people. They're the younger people there. The lesbians the buys the trans people. They're all go to that one kind of thing but when you move into like a bigger environment like chicago people tend to get segregated more. They flock to their own little corner of the of the city. That kind of thing and so sometimes people get left out. I mean how old was chuck renslow. Twenty years ago eighty five hours of. I think he'd died at his early. I think it was eighty eighty one so but you know i mean. He was a bashing of for like the last fifty sixty years of his life and chuck renslow was a sex symbol. He threw the best parties in town. I mean the best party in the world that the x. I m l. expo to this with the pandemic happen but you know this is the thing it's like you're missing if you're excluding your your life because of age you're missing out on the good parties On the amazing people in the great stories. So it's your loss And and i think people listened to the podcast of what garlic what age or background their in. They understand that that's why they're tuning in and for me. I'm like you know we're not doing that. I mean you know. It is nice to have diversity but we're doing this because we're greedy. We want to know their stories. We like them well from older people. If you don't have an older person in your life try and seek out because they can guide you there. They have experienced. You cannot you know..
"larry bud melman" Discussed on Feast of Fun
"You know you're get you get that intersection. It's dragging you know and sex workers right and so these a lot of these girls there and drag. But they're working girls. Yeah and so. If you are a girl that is coming into the scene. You might be like. That's a that's the difference between that person eating tonight or having a motel to sleep in and maybe sleeping on a truck or in an alley for some of these people we call to beat beat girls and part of it. Is you know if you growing up to one of these girls. And you're not tipping them for their performance going when he earned engine for rupaul's drag race and stuff and they're like hunting. I gotta pay my rent and you're getting in my way because some of the guys that want to hang out with these girls the tickets. Though to the private dancer girls you know. Share a lot of the same guys interview them. Like what are the girls. Have you been with that kind of thing. And so you know you're coming in from the outside you take the money out of their pocket so yeah there might be a fight that night. I mean you know like if you've been at a bar you're really hot for some guy and somebody you know comes in and it's like hey fast down when you doing the you're like get the fuck away from me. I'm working this corner okay. He continue out. The other thing you do is older folks. Society in general is very youth obsessed. I think that the kids today don't understand what a struggle was to give them the freedom and rights that they enjoy their like being gay is brave at a time when the pendulum has swung so far that we might even see drag. It canceled for reinforcing. That's a conversation for another day. Oh no. I think we had that conversation right now. Well in my day which is now days. We thought of seniors of the silver daddy's silver mama's as hip. You know if they wanted to hang out with us. We wanted them Larry bud melman from david letterman. You know it's like bill had a big part of the shows you know we a lot of silver. Seniors are the dna of our of our of our arts of our shows and to and to me..
"larry bud melman" Discussed on Feast of Fun
"You know you're get you get that intersection. It's dragging you know and sex workers right and so these a lot of these girls there and drag. But they're working girls. Yeah and so. If you are a girl that is coming into the scene. You might be like. That's a that's the difference between that person eating tonight or having a motel to sleep in and maybe sleeping on a truck or in an alley for some of these people we call to beat beat girls and part of it. Is you know if you growing up to one of these girls. And you're not tipping them for their performance going when he earned engine for rupaul's drag race and stuff and they're like hunting. I gotta pay my rent and you're getting in my way because some of the guys that want to hang out with these girls while the tickets though to the private dancer girls you know. Share a lot of the same guys interview them. Like what are the girls. Have you been with that kind of thing. And so you know you're coming in from the outside you take the money out of their pocket so yeah there might be a fight that night. I mean you know like if you've been at a bar you're really hot for some guy and somebody you know comes in and it's like hey fast down when you doing the you're like get the fuck away from me. I'm working this corner okay. He continue out. The other thing you do is older folks. Society in general is very youth obsessed. I think that the kids today don't understand what struggle was to give them the freedom and rights that they enjoy their like being gay is brave at a time when the pendulum has swung so far that we might even see drag. It canceled for reinforcing gender roles. That's a conversation for another day. Oh no. I think we had that conversation right now. Well in my day which is now days. We thought of seniors of the silver daddy's silver mama's as hip. You know if they wanted to hang out with us. We wanted them Larry bud melman from david letterman. It's like bill had big part of the shows. You know we. A lot of silver seniors are the dna of our of our of our arts of our shows and to and to me..
"larry bud melman" Discussed on Feast of Fun
"Well, the thing is so too, it's like Private Dancer. The girls, you know, share a lot of the same guy, right? Well, they interview them like what are the girls have you been worth that kind of thing? And so, you know, if you're coming in from the outside that's you're taking money out of their pockets. So yeah, there might be a fight that night. I mean, you know, like if you've been at a bar and you're really hot for some guy and girl, But now comes in is like, hey, fast and what are you doing? But you're like, put the fuk away from me. I'm working this corner. Okay. Yeah, so he continues, the other thing you do is interview older, folks, Society in general is very youth-obsessed, and I think that the kids today, don't understand what a struggle it was to give them the freedom and rights, that they enjoy their like being gay is grave at a time when the page him has swung so far, that we might even see drag it canceled for reinforcing. Gender roles. That's a conversation for another day. Oh, no. I think we can have that conversation right now. Well, in my pack a day, which is now days. You know, we thought of seniors, the Silver Daddy's silver Mama's as hip. You know, if they wanted to hang out with us we wanted them Larry Bud Melman from David Letterman you know it's like Bill had who was a big part of the shows you know we a lot of silver seniors are dead..
"larry bud melman" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
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"larry bud melman" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"See Sports leader Cali Airport clock management. We're so late calling Matty thought we forgot about. Sorry, Maddie. I know that's our bad. It is our bad. What do you do like Bill Clinton used to be, like an hour and a half late to everything. And it was not a good quality. You know, he would show up trying to charm everybody with his Arkansas accent. They'd be like, Dude, could you please show up somewhere? 90 minutes more on times seem an Irishman. Remember? It was. You can only wait Was a 10 minutes is long. And if you wait for a meeting, I know Well, don't forget without Pacino said he goes anything longer than 10 minutes. And you're saying something, And then they said, Well, what are you saying? And he goes, You're saying blank? You basically almost daddy. Sorry, Maddy. Maddy, NBC Sports Bare clearly know Malin tent, just new, Responsible clock management. So can you find as the great Larry Bud Melman used to say, Maddie, can you find it in your heart to forgive us? Like I couldn't do that gentleman. Okay? It was my pleasure. You're a good man. You're a good man. So there you go. Mattie. We way had Kyle on yesterday. Every is asking them about Jimmy boy. You You delivered a bomb on can be our earlier this week that our video department cut up and put made Go viral, where you see the writing on the wall that it's over for Jimmy G. So how we feeling on Thursday morning, November, 19 after having Shanahan said what he said versus what you were thinking earlier in the week. Well what it called Cheney and say. He said he plans you know, I think the East specs Jimmy Garoppolo or the You know he playing for Jimmy Garoppolo to be the quarterback next season, But then I think it is next breath. He also said that you know, no decisions of those sorts have been made. So I mean it. Put it this way. If the 40 Niners were Contemplating making a change last off season and with the salary cap dropping by 20 million, and you know he's on the books for 25. They would save 24. I mean, I think everything's got to be on the table. But I mean, I've also said that I think that you know what is their exit strategy? What is their? What's their their next choice and If there's if there's nobody else. That they confined or you know a veteran quarterback who might become available or a draft pick, you know, depending on where they draft then, I mean, I think everything's on the table, but I'm t think that the 40 Niners are gonna head into this offseason. And not give the quarterback position a second thought. I think that's that's not gonna happen. I mean, that's it. They have to talk about this. They have to figure out if that really is that the best course of action, everything. Everything taken into consideration, right? It's it's a salary and it's The salary cap dropping. It's Who can you re sign if you bring him back. Who can you re sign if you don't bring him back, and then it's also who replaces him. Who would be the quarterback? What? What are the options there? So I think that all that stuff Is on the table for the 40 Niners and certainly nothing Kyle Shanahan has said this week would would lead me to think that it's you know, open and shut case that Garoppolo will be back next season with the 40 Niners a $25 million year. Could they restructure his deal or UMA Peca. Well, it would depend on my star would be. I mean, I don't know if they would restructure him because restructure is lower his cap number by pushing The money into the future. At least the cat money into the future that the other part of it is taking a pay cut. Which to me? You don't do that to your quarterback. I mean, the minute you asked your quarterback to take a pay cut, you're basically saying Your way. Don't watch anymore, And we certainly don't watch it. The price we're paying you. So why would he take a pay cut depending on what that pig had would be. But what? What did he just say? If you if you don't want me in my price? Then cut me and let me find my, you know, let me let me do what's best for me. So you only when you approach a quarterback or any position, but let's just go with quarterback and that Zaveri unique position in sports and the minute you the second, you tell a quarterback That we like you, but not as much as you know. We thought we like you saying you That quarterback basically has at least 1 ft. Out the door. Way had Adam Schefter on today, and we threw him that Albert Breer note about this no trade clause, Schefter said. He knew nothing about it, and he was suspicious of it to, um he said, the idea of a just a calendar year being listed. Do you know anything about that? Manny? No, I don't. And I don't know that it's a huge factor because again if the 40 Niners were if they wanted to trade him. Um Jimmy would know that I'm scheduled to make 24 million if they're trying to trade me. That team obviously would pay him the 24 million. And if he doesn't accept a trade, then the team, you know, playing this out all the way if the team were trying to trade him, and he said no, the prayers would end up cutting him because clearly they've signaled that they don't want that money on their books. And then Garoppolo would have to go out there on the open market. And is he going to find it 18 willing to pay him $24 million a year? Probably not, so it would probably would certainly be in his best interest. To accept any trade to any team that's willing to pick up the contract as it currently stands. Talking about Miyoko, NBC Sports Bay Area as the Niners head into a bye week and still kind of hold their playoff hopes alive. Although I saw one of those computer simulations that runs the season 100,000 times had the Niners at 6% chance of making the playoffs Matty and seven and nine There's a chance. There it is. There it is, Do you C. Are you on the 6% brigade? There? Is that about further one percenters. Are you six, But, Yeah. All right, I think.
"larry bud melman" Discussed on The Bone 102.5
"On old man who was on David Letterman for some weird sketches, Weird looking white dude with these giant glasses and a high pitched voice. If you pull up the video for King of Rock Flash, you'll see Larry Bud Melman in there, by the way, this stick figure shirt I'm wearing right now. That's the run DMC fun. No way are you and DMC They had before stick figure that I'm slightly offended that you felt like you needed to tell me that You never know, John, you young bucks. You gotta live alone. I didn't need to tell you. I just felt really grabbed my face. And like little dumb ass kid, like, Let me tell you a thing. My daddy show you. I mean, Daddy will show you but he's never going to call you a dumb ass kid. My grandfather alive alone. Who are you? Hi. Hi. This is Steve. Hey, Steve. What's up, pal? Hey, I'm 63 years old. Hell, yeah. And I grew up around Hackensack, New Jersey, and I just happen to live in an apartment complex and met this guy in the parking lot. One day we both had dots into a disease that turned out Yeah, and his train nine turned out to be guy. And he was Master Ji for Sugar Hill Gang. Oh, wow. Wow. Yeah, So I was 21 22. I had no idea I was into disco. I was teaching the hustle at the time. And so he takes me to meet some of his friends and I met Sylvia. And they started singing rapper's delight to knew it hadn't been on the radio that we're just practicing on my jaw and my jaw dropped. Yeah, never because I'm sure you like new, like, beat poetry and like the rhythmic reading of words and recitation and what not and even jazz, but but the first time you see someone there, passing the Michael around trading off parts over here. That had to be mind blowing. My dude, it was mind blowing and to think back on it now is 63 year old 63 or white guy that happened to stumble into that? Well, he took me out that weekend because he was very humble. And I have never heard the like coming to New York with me and I met and he took me to see Africa Bambaataa on and I was just like thinking back on it. I get chills like I was.
"larry bud melman" Discussed on Dumb People Town
"I wouldn't lie when people coughing nasty stuff like I don't know. Anyone use your phone especially now. Okay. So we were in lake of the ozarks in the middle of Missouri visiting our mom who lives in Saint Louis, and we went to the lake of the ozarks where staying there. started were Kobe rose cultivate goes to spread the virus. It's. Superstructure the the Wuhan of America. We were out at the pool and this woman whose arm was bandaged, which looked like it was an open wound. Okay. Asked us if she could borrow our phone now who in this day and age does not have right of phone with an open wound. Nokia Pebble who do you want me to call put it on speaker dummy yeah. That's what I would do to. Hundred. Phone numbers they more I know I eight semi. If you can remember one fucking phone number I doubted the thing that you the commercial you posted on your instagram the other day from the one hundred. You'll be able you and Larry Bud Melman I love God Larry Bud. Melman May, he rest in peace. He still alive right now he died. She said the man turned out to be an Amazon driver who went on to deliver a parcel to one of our one of her neighbors which means after he shit the yard he was like man I understand you're upset I have job to do. I finished one among the next. Deliver two. Feet now and it's going to serve picking. Up. The pace. It was claimed the driver said he did not realize the grounds were part of a private garden. So he thought he was doing like a park poop. Right? He thought he was outside. Still can't do right. Dan's like I mean arklow everyone's. Rubber Little Park poop is fine I mean this is a regular Tuesday afternoon Ryan what. You guys that you've got a friend who should been twice lots last month come on Stein never have I. Have you had? Forty Oscar Schindler Pants Again Man I. Didn't before us at least once a month. One Full GonNa go how do you? What's going on you? Just have to like hold everything or or just go the toilet. When you think it's that much you're trying to create a new hobby. Do. You have one day Abbas Jimmy Tom I go. Are you gonNA share your parents because I don't think it gonNA stop. Right. You're plugging it unless the Thomas. She added. I. CanNot Express how shocked I was. I could not believe that I was seeing this in this day and age when he pulled up and ran to the garden. I thought he was a builder stealing would or something so I chased after him. I asked what the he was doing. So also given when the photo was taken, they're having a conversation while he's shitting. She's like, what are you doing Ma'am please leave me alone right now. Do you think I'm in this position because I wanNA talk to somebody? Dogs. Don't even WanNa look at you while they're she turned. That they're just. People sitting. I Want Shit. Right. Like yawning Shits. GotTa. Thing every time there's a new subject is just got eighty more things about for one sector. He's Guys he usually doesn't show. We got three stories, three stories. I asked what the heck he was doing and he just remained pooing while asking me what my problem was. I love bad deal eighty. Don't look at me. That's confidence to Oh. Yeah he's. Moving. By.
"larry bud melman" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"Rocks that I picked up over a period of Mike. Larry Bud Melman around. Mike is all love. Coffee can look at the field with aggregate. Wow this is amazing you've got. You've got coffee cans full of rocks over here. Ronald locks big rocks not valuable. This one. The stuff that turns. Is this indirect creek. I Have Dinner Jack. I have not seen a rock yet. Have you heard about it? Literally has a rusty coffee can with what would be pea gravel Vincent and then he just collects rock. He's an insane person to collect dry. He went to newberry springs and went to the Bagdad Cafe and he spoke to the owner over the phone. Wasn't there spoke to him over. The phone wasn't miked up. He asked him about a picture. Burt Lancaster he just said he liked burt. Lancaster put the picture up then. He drove down to either a post office or museum to go. Check that out but it was closed this. He drove down the street and he found a crazy old man and talked about. Grab the point. It says if that was a situation where you work for a company like NBC or CNN. They'd go well the whole newberry springs thing is scrapped because Burt Lancaster never hung out at the Bagdad cafe. The fucking post office was closed and the old man's insane and shit his pants. Here's him by the way this. Newberry Springs areas. This is the starting point the new berry market. It says here it was built in. The nineteen thirties was known as the cliff house. He's reading off the gas station. Cafe Cabins for rent. General Store Post Office and public. Swimming Pool was the flag stop for both Greyhound and continental trailways bus lines just reading facebook busy. You may be able to talk the owners into showing you busy. They're old photos of the play.
"larry bud melman" Discussed on Overnight Drive
"How many people call the one eight hundred invention when they're unemployed like it's crazy that it makes you feel like this hope? Yeah I I don't time TV commercials really. If I'm in a bad place and they're on like a doctor's office or some Shit Oh fuck they will depress the shit out of me Speaking of being unemployed our friend Ryan Fenwick is now employed and I know what cost at what cost our show to kill before him to leave But I got my drop today from the job I start today so I get. It goes through that. Would they call like a even? Even though they're told to five so my first shift today is told to five more like an orientation ship so I get to learn about the job. I'm doing and they'll have somebody come and talk me take notes and the hopes that I could sell stuff so I am very good at listening to other to other able to help out but any money that I could bring in so if I could do good if I could apply that towards stelling commissioning the naked bringing more money In the night can go long term in this job because of what what they do every year and they go on vacations every year and like Columbus eventually and so. I'm hoping that this works out for me and I can go do that. And the job pays pays every week. So that's a good thing. That's one reason why like just opposite page every week but how much is commission and also because I get paid a decent amount even guaranteed a two thousand. I'm guaranteed anywhere between two thousand eight thousand dollars a month. Just like Becker asked how that works out. If they've been told you what you're making it to dude now Ryan Fenwick our love right job selling door to door for sound like Dora. Dora sounds like fucking. It's does he explain it more now. He doesn't. He was a weird like kind of explained it. But it's definitely a like a pyramid Amal. Would you look to consolidate your student loans with hello. Would you like to him well? But he's going to miss concert on Wednesday for the day when Wisconsin. Lau are out. Indiana to Wisconsin is So it's like pretty far. Let's well he's driving now. You could do it not that bad. Start like knocking on doors and selling someone to items on chose to be selling until Monday. So watch doorway kicking rocks on Thursday today to be knocking on doors. Kind of build up my confidence. Because I'm the type of person that can be kinda nervous if I don't know what I'm doing. Yes so eventually knocked on the doors. I'd not done six dollars today. Three four people answer not six for people answered. The first guy was just an fucking bastard. The second one was nice enough when I answered. But she wasn't homeowners. I moved on to the next house so then I answered and I knocked on the third door Delaney get answer But when I pulled out what selling interested so I had to put it back in the car I drive around in was it was whatever the person was doing business. So I'M NOT GONNA put your business out there but but my only day off from this job as Sunday so we work six days a week Monday to Saturday. Sunday off are we. Actually we could work on but it's optional. We don't have to so. I'm probably going to just have Sundays off. That's it now this Tuesday. I won't be able to post any videos because I'm going to be out in Wisconsin but the company that I'm with and we're going to be meeting to famous people on one guy. I didn't know who he was but he is famous for the for the for the company. Michael Vincent his name. His name is Ernest. Webb artist was a guy that started off with this company that I work for Kirby called Kirby that's the company I work for. Oh vacuums what I'm doing. But he has a very business like skill and he. He's been very successful when he started off working. This was back in the fifties or sixties. Because he's in a sixty so when he started working he got a job as a window. Washer. That was back in that time was only paying two seventy where we're chip and then hates so. He started reading the ads saying and then he started branching out trying to figure out. Okay what job can I he thinks can I do that will make me money? Okay okay all right. We got got got we got. We got okay. I just Google did he is twenty. Twenty and our man is selling vacuums door to door which is cool because I understand you get two for you. Get the fuck a lot and you get to murder a lot if forensic files unless you know. They've lied to Peter's doesn't lie. So that's cool. That Ryan van with really gets experience life. I hope he gets them dome. But it'd be great if he just like well. I don't WanNA vacuum cleaner but tens on business I have given a Manhattan quite a while. Engineers like he returned down No no way Qisas Coxswain. Speaking of nautical things. Wow Wow wow you know I What we like. Let's let's keep this is the most interesting storyline. He's had a this year so keep going baby. He's very so we so they ride around in a van going door to door selling which I've seen people do. I never seen this in. My life has interested. I've seen it. I've seen it with people who like go to restaurants and to try to sell knives or knives sharpening my I had dude. Oh Yeah I mean businesses. Yes seen people do it at businesses now a Oh God. This is the door of my home trying to sell something. I can go to out assault. You can go to target and spent fifty bucks and get a vacuum the last five years. It's not going to be great. Jamie dyson knocks on my door. Not Interested. It's not going to be like the mega ones they have that run over fucking suck rabbit. Yeah exactly the ones that the one that ran over Chris Elliott every time for two years electrolux. Which is the greatest bit ever done Dave Letterman? The nervous guy. Who He would he would. Chris. Elliott is important genius used like transition from being the guy under the stairs David Letterman to being the nervous guy or the like he was he was the paranoid guy then he he was a. They're all going to get. You know I gotta get Outta here in. You'd bring Keith. Run Away with his family and child and then you run into a hallway. And then they'd be like he's being run over by something and it would just be like the fucking vacuum cleaner would run them over and then it would be like it but it went on. I Still WanNa do our other podcasts. We talk over every every episode of get a life if we can get him on the last episode. It'd be so much fun. Cast that's fine call it. What would we call it? GotTa Life? I don't know he's apparently very accessible. And he's made a bit of money in Canada good so good for him and he drove a Renault way back when which I can talk to him about driving. And we're now that'll be my. That'll be the little Easter Egg. I can talk about how the only time me and my father ever bonded was watching. Get a life together. That was it. That was my father's birthday by the way fucking shot the man. Happy Birthday and to Hacksaw Jim Duggan. It's just really. Can't we? Just have that. Can we make that a thing? He just let that of the bag. That's your dad. That's my dad. So rich we'RE CHILDHOOD. Explains why you have lots of extra money cash floating around ceiling tiles fine but that just reminded me of what I think is in my top five favourite. Tv moments which is when they had. Larry Bud Melman greeting people at Penn station. I actually explains a lot as to why I enjoy on so much. Share is accent affliction was. That's exactly in in. He would put Larry Bud Melman in situations that we want to put onto the but a moment we understand. You've signed with the Canadian football league. We WanNA video or Sunday signs and we we know a sportscaster and really we win. We understand that you've signed the Canadian football league and not think it's funny but I think I I will like my side hurts just from fucking laughing about it like like you have like people like lined up like the the the dufy looking. I would be like obviously like the GM the owner like and then shunned ub like the player. And then you have the guy who looks like the coat young up and coming coach and then they would interview everybody and then it'll be shunned duty but gender. You won't be wearing a suit who just feel like dress to A. He always is car hearts. Yeah and it was right now. I don't know a lot about the foul. You say something like that and I would just lose it but it would be like it'd be like the real sea lions like logo and everything and it would be like mazing. My understanding is that is Chris Elliott stuff. God just showed a greeting people at fucking. The conchords be so fun. The small or people getting off the bus port authority. It's like what it's like. One thousand nine hundred to like the the transmission is so fucking bad. It's ridiculous God. They can't even hear each other. Oh yeah no it's. It's just Larry just being him he's trying to be funny eight. Just it kills me. It's so good. Oh and it would be like Larry Bowa moment of the Port Authority. Yes without a doubt is the most exciting city entire. Let them needs to be great. So deadpan points of the compass. This is such bullshit. He's saying right now. Some people come here for fun. Some people come here for businesses. Come here to start a brand new life and we thought that why not have some sort of official spokesperson or greeter. He's fine folks as they get off their bus. So what we? The crowd thirty people.
"larry bud melman" Discussed on The Johnny Carson Show
"Morning good afternoon or good evening. Hey we'll Schreiner here your host of the Johnny Carson Show podcast and boy. We've got a big name. Today's show Jerry Seinfeld. Who whatever happened to him now? He was a comedian. Started out in the late seventies and Rocketed the probably one of the most successful Sitcom careers ever as well as a continually working comedian out every other weekend still standing up and making people laugh. I got a lot of stories about Jerry. I've known him a long time today. Shows it was pretty good. We've got a good monologue is Jokes about the fruit fly the Mediterranean fruit fly from Johnny Course. Johnny comes out and I can't see it but doc I guess is wearing one of his traditionally allowed Alfredsson. Johnny has a pretty good Reaction to that there are some jokes Faraday or Dr Charles and Diana and the Queen and there's also a bit about the post office and how. How many letters get lost in the mail? There's mentions of Reagan's travels abroad. And even the baseball strike. Johnny's got a good joke about the Japanese Scratching getting themselves so it's a monologue and at the end Johnny Introduces Jerry as a brilliant and very clever comedian before I get into Jerry's monologue let me tell you a little bit something if you don't know and I'm sure everybody knows a lot about Jerry Seinfeld. But his Sitcom that he co wrote and created with Larry. David ran from eighty nine tonight. One thousand nine hundred ninety eight and it's rumored that they offered him five million dollars an episode for season ten and he turned it down. I admire his his ability. Say No to money money. It's something I've never learned but I have had many great experiences with Jerry Seinfeld. I don't know where to begin. I met Jerry when I came to Los Angeles. I guess I was in New York in nineteen eighteen. Eighty doing the comic strip and the punchline comic Strip and the Improv when Jerry I came to Los Angeles he chose the Improv. The comedy store as a place to work out material but Freeman Freeman. Knew Him from New York so he took a good liking to Jerry. Was One of these guys. You took notice right away clean. Charming Charisma Matic With tremendous confidence. If there's anything about Jerry that I would say. His confidence on stage was was admirable and unlike so many others. It wasn't arrogance. It was just confidence. I got to work with Jerry many times times the Improv and Jerry. I came to Los Angeles. He had a small part on Benson which was a Robert Jones Sitcom and guess. It didn't go so well. Just I read a story where Jerry said. He came in for the table. Read and there was no script for him because he was fired. That's just another one of many examples of how tough show business can be on you. Jerry and Jay. Leno were fast friends. Jim J. lived up Nichols Canyon. A lot of people hung out. J.'s House Arsenio Hall Many of us road motorcycles together Rick Overton a bunch of US would ryder motorcycles. Out on the weekends and go after the rocks door or whatever we would do on the motorcycles but it was always great fun and although never a motorcycle Guy Jerry was a car guy he he loved cars particularly porsches. I used to fly out of Santa Monica Airport and there was a hanger. Cross the way that had about. I don't know one hundred fifty to one hundred porsches in it and I asked somebody. WHO's a was Jerry Seinfeld? I never saw him hanging out much at the hanger but I saw the cars with the door open and he had some classic classic Cars I guess. Maybe that's the basis of Comedians in cars with coffee. Now Jerry and I got to work together on numerous occasions my favorite Memory was we're around a thousand seat theater and around Saint Louis. It was called the Westport playhouse. I think it was called into it. Was the bill was Paula. poundstone will Schreiner Jerry Seinfeld. And and Larry Bud Melman well show is going to be probably me Pala Jerry in Larry Bud but Larry Bird didn't have much of an act and we realized that quickly so the show show was reconfigured to have Larry the MC and then introduced the three of us into a half an hour and around it was. I still have the poster my garage. It's one of my favorite advert shows. All three of us were fired on all cylinders and it was a great time to be working together. When you work together you get to hang out together? We had meals and we you know sat in the dressing room and Kipton laughed. and Oh there's one of my great memories of of doing a stand up show with Jerry Jerry and I were young comedians and we were on the MERV Griffin show in Las Vegas. I don't know it might've been like nine hundred eighty one or two or three somewhere in there. I don't remember the exact year but bill cosby was also on the show that that day and Jerry and I they were in the makeup room or the green room talking and bill said Hey. Would you guys like to come over to my dresser room tonight. He was at the Hilton with David. Copperfield and Would you like to come over the dressing room and talk about comedy now Bill Cosby. He's got a bad reputation today but he loved to To help young Comedians and we sat in his dressing. We were from six o'clock to eight o'clock listening to bill. Tell us about secrets. Giving US insight given us. You know all the vice he could he could share about standup comedy. At eight o'clock rolled around. He said you guys want to go up and watch David Copperfield. We go no no we. We want to stay in the dressing room with you as long as you'll have us and we sat there for another half Hour Arwa. Copperfield went on and bill got dressed and went off and did a show and we went back and watched it and it was. It was just you know it was. It was a treat. It was a rare. I wish I said Jerry. Two years ago later I said you remember all this stuff cosby told us she says no but it was all great. I'm sure it you know it's I'm sure it incubated into our psyche someway. That's one of the great experiences I said. I wish I would have had a tape recorder for and now ladies and gentlemen he Johnny You don't you don't you. Don't fool me you're not applauding. You're trying to swat fruit flies. Mediterranean fruit flies are running amok in California. You got here just in time you might have down. I'm for the fruit flies season. You give you a little tip. COME BACK in March. That's when the.
"larry bud melman" Discussed on Opening Arguments
"Who should own the copyright in Olaf Aloft dolls and and again under Copyright Law Disney should own the copyright allocate certainly. Does he owns everything. I'm pretty sure Disney owns this show so I don't I don't know if that's true or just Disney's of monolith controls everything right well but but think about the opposite rule right. which is? We're watching a movie. Where like man? Somebody should make toy out of Olah. Riley Abbey Yeah Right. Of course I can see I mean. That's yeah obviously. That's a little ridiculous but I could see you know what if it was like. Oh whoever came up with the concept art for that character you know like I don't. I don't know how this divides out. When you make a movie I I guess because of like you're saying anyone who's working for a wage or something Disney still owns all of it all the property and everything despite the fact that there was some some person in there air that like drew the character and came up with that? Well end in fact. What you have pointed out is a situation that obtains in California the -Fornia all the time which is if contracts are not super specific? Then yes right you might have Overlapping Copyright claims as to Hey I created x original character and Disney. I Ne- failed to compensate me for that failed to require that I turn over my ownership rights in that character for that. And so and we we do not remotely Oatley have time to get into like the history of the marvel cinematic universe And that would put you to sleep. but suffice it to say that the reason is in on the incorporation of Spiderman into the MC you has to do with how those various characters were owned by various corporate parents. Right So so yes that that that is a it is alive question in the absence of Clearly defined wind contractual regulations As to if you have created an original character in other words Let me say it in an affirmative way it certainly as possible that I could write an original screenplay. Let's say but steal one of the characters that's in that scream lay right So so let's say I come up with We do this all the time when. We're just awful movie crimes. Have we committed are we well. It's we've committed zero crying right but if we tried to make that movie and monetize it You know we would then potentially you know damages to To the original characters. Fortunately we haven't done that but when we do we'll do it in a way that doesn't mean we have to pay anybody else. Yes that's lawyer we'd better be able to figure that doubt. I would hope that I can help us figure that but yeah so but right think about that like if if you if you come up with a super clever well it again and it really no the the full extent of the story here but my understanding is that the fifty shades of Grey novels started off twilight fan. If I'm getting this wrong please. He's do not yeah. I never know wrong about this. Yeah that's a joke or not like I've heard that same fact or whatever claim a million times and I'm always like are they being serious insulting. I can't actually tell I either. So but but but assume for purposes of the segment that that is okay. Then you we saw what happened right. which is the original contribution was maintained right the character's names were changed and all of the like Sparkley Vampire? Your stuff was stripped out right so that gets us back to our Josh Gad. Question and comes back and I think I've talked about this in an online. QNA But but it has to do with the very early years of the David Letterman show which as somebody who grew up watching television in the late eighties is like I love? You know it was one of the first lake staying up late as a as a as a kid you know in watching Letterman and just sort of the what. What was subversive back? Then and is you know has been imitated for thirty years since David Letterman used to have a guy come on his show. The guy's name was calvert forest and he was just a guy. He was not an actor prior to I don't think prior to David Letterman. Finding him and he would come on and do these bits in which he was like obviously shouting his lines reading from cue cards and it was it was kind of. I think you would've so you would have appreciated it. was kind of like oddball humor that totally fit in. With what like eight. Hoping you're gonNA talk about Super Dave because but yeah along those lines. Yeah Super Dave Osborne we can do all sorts of memory. Anyway so calvert forests character on that on the the original late night with David Letterman which aired on NBC was called? Larry Bud Melman because the writers. I thought that was funny. And he would come on and he'd be like Hi. I'm Larry but moment and then with like shout his lines from the CUE card I remember he did a like recurring occurring. Bit about Mr Larry's toast on a stick which was like weird. It's breads answer to the popsicle like with and it was just a popsicle obstacle stick stuffed into a piece of toast but in any event like so he had this kind of humor right and he would come on and do his bits. Well laid a fast forward early nineties. Johnny Carson Retires David. Letterman does not get. The job goes to Jay Leno and David Letterman moves from NBC NBC to CBS. Where show becomes the late show with David Letterman right now? Think of all the copyright. He does the exact same show on. CBS right because NBC does not own the idea of a guy interviewing people it does not own the concept of David David Letterman. Being goofy. It does not own any of that other stuff But when he brought over Calvert forest he brought him over whereas and now we go to that guy. NBC asserted and they didn't want to litigate for purposes poses a bit That they owned the character name. Larry Bud Melman has written for a scan. They would've also owned toast on a stick. which which you know was not that funny by nine hundred ninety four but was was hilarious? Nineteen eighty-three but you know it's there's a shelf life on toast related humor But so come back though. That's Moore's toast jokes. Everybody so yes so he could bring over. Calvert Forest Forest Calvert forest could repeat his stick of like you know reading cue cards kind of obviously but they couldn't call him Larry Bud Melman and and that I think is the answer to plus the sort of kind of interesting follow up question to what Josh Gad can do to speak count against Justin Walker Makoni Barrett Brad Kavanagh up. He can't do it as Olaf he can't do it in the OLAF voice without getting permission from the okay. So that's sorry. That's that's the main thing I want to know because so it sounds to me like there could be a difference between characters were. You're just doing your voice because honestly the Olaf Voice is pretty much just just got like. There's not a whole lot I don't he's not doing a different voice. It's just pretty much him. But if it's something like homer for Simpson or you know one of these characters where it's like. They're clearly putting on a voice and doing like a different voice to the character. Would that be different. You know because of Josh Gad. Just anytime Josh Gad is talking. He's being ill. It's toxic yeah And so what what Josh Gad would have to do right the way you you divide that line. Is You have to make very clear that you're not trying to have this come out of the mouth of OLAF as opposed to come out of the math the mouth of Josh Gad. And that's how you parse the the the what can often be of very very narrow distinction between right. Do you have to get Disney's these permission to use the Olav character. Yes you do because I at again it I am one hundred percent clear That if Disney went into court and said we own derivative rights over the Hypothetical Future Work Olaf rates federal justices. Right eight that that's crazy right like that. Obviously Disney has no intention of putting out like an old off themed legal podcast but but they could go into court with a straight face and we've talked about having Olaf rate various trump appointee so the we own that and the court would one hundred percents ruling Disney's favor and not just because they're Disney. They would rule in favor of of Disney. Because that's the law and so If that were the case right you would have to. You'd have to make it very clear you're speaking as Josh Gad. And not as OLAF which is how they can own the first part but not quote voice actors cover everything that they say with their our own voice into perpetuity and of quote. That's where the line is drawn. It is are you creating a derivative work that is owned by someone else or are you creating an original. You work because I was thinking about like the actor. Equivalent is just any actor anytime. They're talking they're talking like all basically all the characters they've done in movies unless it's it's like you know some unless he's Hugh Laurie mazing. Yeah but so that means the same thing would apply though so you know when Will Ferrell goes on some something so because he did. I think he did a whole La Kings broadcast as wrong. Ron Burgundy wants and so he had to have somebody's permission to do that. I sue you got yeah absolutely or in low and then might have been just a case of someone being like. Yeah go ahead so let me point out. I don't know how common this is in movie contracts But I know of at least one example in a baseball contract so I get to do a little bit of baseball You you could so suppose. You're a movie studio. I and I don't know you know but I don't know who put out the Romburg anger man But you could negotiate in particularly like. Let's say for the anchorman sequels. Right like you're like. I think they've got three right. I think there's one sequel. There's just too I know there's at least a second one. Yeah that one sequels what I said just once. Okay so suppose you're like look. We're doing the budgetary numbers anchorman into his clearly. Not GonNA produce as much income as anchorman one But we know from market research. It's going to it's going to cover its budget so long as we don't have to pay an unbelievable believable amount of money to will ferrell to come back so you might negotiate with will Farrell and say. Hey why don't you take a lesser salary in exchange for some some additional rights and one of the things the studio could do is say..
"larry bud melman" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio
"I am on Sam Kennison yes Sam Kinison for a while it was a weird gig Larry bud Melman no no EMO Philips email so okay yeah we hear from him I don't I don't know that I stayed on top of he's a very well known Republican pundit like Terrence Williams or whatever his name is Williams something I was ever an actor can cap Williams no now all you the guy that was M. Terence Wallace or something and you don't want talk yeah yeah yeah anyway and think okay Phillips is essentially the same his same trademark startled look that he does if you search him and then it shows I'm doing it as easy aging through the years I wish I hadn't thought of this email much like our friend the Australian guy yes there is yes of course Jesus Hillary normal thousand people right now I'm at a line when you got even fill out a line down enough for two Yahoo way not for him get your email over there your lemur nobody knew about the lever back them nobody knew I put in my high school blur but nobody knew what it was is that right you know what Hillary when I tell you something nobody soul knew about the lever back then that on the radio they would call a slimmer which I hated confront doesn't know when to leave no one believes let marinate like Lamar right away there is a new poll out where Elizabeth Warren is tied with Joe Biden in a national poll this is the a poll for the economist shows Elizabeth Warren surging into a statistical tie with former vice president Joe Biden the poll shows Biden earning twenty one percent support compared to Warren's twenty percent support so that is a big deal close as we've seen yeah that is huge for Elizabeth Warren Bernie Sanders get sixteen percent so that's a sizeable I mean difference there and then Kamal Heer is has eight percent Beto o'rourke and put a judge have five percent wow that is a huge huge deal yeah and then you look at Bernie sixteen percent if he ever drops out you would think a lot of that if not most of it goes to Elizabeth Warren definitely with would certainly put her into the thirties yeah and depending on what happens with Harrison in the rest of the candidates that are polling just below ten percent I still think she's going to be the nominee I do just by almost process of elimination it seems like no one's really attacking her enjoy right now I think is a a wounded candidate I think if I'm on Biden's campaign as a.
"larry bud melman" Discussed on Jesse, Jordan, GO!
"But it would provoke a reaction. It would be a choice. You gotta make choices in addition situation. And what is the date but an audition for sex? I think this is the scenario. That played out in my mind, this young woman from the movie. What was our listener called? Do. You remember Brian Frank Frank Frank called in eater? Peter p from New York Brett like he seemed like a sweetie seemed like a sweet guy seemed gentle did seem gentle he in this. He and this young lady really hit it off on the day. They go they go back to her apartment say. Yep. Things are getting hot and heavy and he takes off the clothes baby. The Spiderman suit is there. She's into it. Yeah. She's stoked about it. She likes the way that spandex is stretching with great. Peanuts comes great responsibility. Well, at least on the seamstress aunts part. Right. That's where the responsibility. It's like Honey on which side. Do you dress? Where your penis goes? Of course. So they're kind of you know, they're getting romantic. Yeah. And it seems like it's about to happen. You know what I mean? But this guy he hasn't found love and sometime, and you know, what I think we're hearing before even even the bottoms come off SWIFT's whip. Yeah. Repayment your threat? Yeah. Self flip. We'll brian. What were the what were the what were the final numbers on this one? Can I just tell you that I would wear a Spiderman suit, but only because I was going to David Letterman Khan and planning to participate in how many spider-man's Fitna, John? But you're right. Yeah. That's that's one of the famous activities that Letterman con, God how many spider and sent in a few wizard. We're out of spite around sentence them. Wizards. I always go to that just as Larry bud Melman. So we we got we did. So last week we talked about how sometimes when the sometimes when the guys ask about who wrote on elephant. They also ask about who's been hit on by Andy, dick. Yeah. And we did have somebody who has been hit on by Andy dick, passing at max fun con they asked that question. They those that was the competition hit on by Andy dick or ridden on an elephant and hit on by Andy, dick one. Wow. More had. There was like it was three to two. I think. Yeah. Is he like out on town? Like, it was one of the one. I remember was in Austin, Texas. It wasn't even like they were not these were not it wasn't like. Yeah. Was hanging out at the groundlings. And no it was just any dick travelling the country making inappropriate passes at people. I think in LA that wins all the time. And then in around the country, it's occasionally so I just thought it was interesting. We is not even about him, and we got one. So so the costume dates we. Got a bunch of Ren fares. Some theme parties a couple of rocky horror a couple of floors. I didn't even think about rock or. Yeah. That could have been someone suggested rocky horror is on Twitter after we brought it up, and I was like shit. This is like doctor who and fezzes all over. Again. Our nerd blind spots are causing us to wildly miss estimate fees. I need to go to another rock yard soon. The first one I went to his when I was closeted in eighteen years old. And I wore an American Eagle polo. So I feel like. To go back. Yeah. You got a mulligan that to be honest with the sweetest thing in the world. And they did bring me on stage to fake an orgasm. Yeah. And it was. Entertaining or good. You're just like I'm gonna Dulce that I'm ejaculated. But now, I'm hor. On that stay you and Malfoy, right? I mean, I am a Malfoy in the streets. Sure. Which is actually probably a very bad thing. Yeah. One of those talking owls streets. Yeah. Harry potter. They don't talk. Don't talk messages, they deliver messages and also Hedwig dies. So it was released having that. I was pretty sad. A couple a couple of key really, really fun. Emails..
"larry bud melman" Discussed on Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald
"I mean, I needed it in my life I needed to and I and they wouldn't let me bring the two television. You know to be the best friend. Maybe wasn't that. So I never I got offered stuff. But I didn't take it. You got off heard sitcom stuff, but it wasn't. I did a lot of guest starring roles which were fun because it's one shot, and they were things I liked doing right, but but back to the cable special so for years and years, I would show them people wanted to see a woman to an hour, and they wouldn't let me on. And I said this is personal. I can't just keep going back to these clubs and not making more money. And Finally, I was in Paris because I used to do this Dez O'Connor show in London every Christmas, and they would give you enough money. If you cashed on the first class ticket, I would spend a week in London and a week in Paris alone. And it was the highlight of my life was in the road fifty weeks a year these two free weeks. I did it for fifteen years in a row alone in Paris alone. My French got perfect, I always met people in had the time of my life. I mean, I'm a real solitary world traveler, and some in Paris, and I meet this guy in turns out, he was my friend Lorna Horowitz's boyfriend in high school in Brooklyn, and he had just finished shooting. Ruben Ruben and Friday. The thirteenth GE stuff. And he said, oh, you wanna do one of these cable shows how much money do you have? And I had been on the road for twelve years always in a little apartment. My rent was five hundred. I said I have ten thousand dollars in the Bank, and he said, we can do a special. I said there are three hundred and fifty thousand dollars. He said, yeah. But I know everyone in New York, let's go and we went to New York where he had rang control department. Thank goodness. And he said to everyone, and I was known by then he said, okay, you can have a tiny little bit of money to do this for us or you can have your full salary. When it sells every single one of them said we lane booster while it's going to sell. We'll take our salary in a couple of months. So I had the best special party of one. And he said to me, look they've already turned you down. You have to get some celebrities in here to have a little opening skit or something which people had done yet. I started that. So it was pardon the expression Bill Cosby's first week of his show hitting number one. He was on the cover of time magazine. He brought back and BC and the sitcom he said, yes because I had con. Crossed paths with him in show business. He was so up on everything. And he said yes Letterman show had just hit number one the nighttime show. He had never stepped outside of it. He said, yes. Dr Ruth Westheimer first big year. She said, yes. A Larry bud Melman who is a huge figure on Dave show and brother Theodore, another cult figure and my good friend. Tom waits gave me as music. The show was stellar and twelve years of the finest honed act anyone ever, you know, what twelve years of stand up make particular act. We did the show. It was magnificent. They turned it down who turn it down Showtime and HBO they said, we told you no one wants to see a woman in our. And my boyfriend said to me, you know, I always thought you were crazy when you said it was personal. But you're right. They hate you. He said what he wanted to do. I said I wanna go on the road one more year and pay everyone, and then I quit. And he said, okay. Well, I'll go teach filmmaking in San Francisco, and you come up and make wind joins or something. So you know, we went on the road for you at this. Point. Oh, mid twenty. Oh, no sorry. I was by then thirty five and I still didn't have a leg up. It was impossible and cable is everywhere in every had a special. But no women the only woman who had a special which lily Tomlin, and I don't she's not a stand up..
"larry bud melman" Discussed on R U Talkin' R.E.M. Re: ME?
"So you got you got Letterman. Yeah. You got. And by the way, it looks it almost looks as if crumb drew one of these. But which one looks like chrome te'o five o'clock five bottom. Right. No bottom. Right. Yeah. Bottom right as Hewlett camera. Right. Yeah. That looks like Crump drew from vibe to all of it. But I would say all of it because Letterman doesn't look like, okay. Let me describe it. You have four faces four busts. That's right. You got Letterman, David uplift, David Letterman. You got Larry, bud. Melman top right peewee Herman bottom left, and then I is Paul Shaffer. Bottom right. That's but that's like seventies Paul saver early eighties early. So who who drew these? This t shirt is a David Letterman fan club t shirt from nineteen eighty three or eighty. I got it on EBay crazy. I know it's awesome. Right. You're wearing it. I wear it. Every once in a while. I am starting to have on your body tore need to hand wash it because it's starting to disintegrate. Yeah. Yeah. Because of the dirt on your body or yet the dirt on my body is so putrid toxic. You're like pig pen. Always said this t shirt disintegrates every time I wear it. And I have to rebuild it in a bucket of warm water. I wish you integrate around those nips. I can just show you my nets good turn the cameras off Adams going to show me his naps or enough. The lights turn off the lie. Your night vision goggles on okay? Okay. Lights off every go. Being maiming Mingming me. Okay. Turn the lights back on cameras back on hammers back on. Yeah. If you. Yeah. Nips were when they're really great, congratulations. You're welcome. We're going to be by the way, welcome to a very special. If you didn't realize it by now with Santa. Away. Yeah. Over our theme song. But this is a very special holiday themed episode of are you talking REM re me Romy, we've talked about it. This is our last episode of the year. We've talked about it for several months now how we were saving those Christmas fan club singles until our holiday episode..
"larry bud melman" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard
"And I thought why would he give that up to get in there and grind it out every day for an hour. I don't see y'all very zoo that who didn't have to do it. And then they brought me in for some meeting at NBC. And I remembered something got into me, and I just. Robert smile, and I had been talking a lot about what the show after Letterman should be. And I got into this meeting, and I just. I mean half of me like I said, there's a duality but half of me wanted to say guys. You're right. This is a mistake. And I'm just going to go back to the Simpsons. And I got a great carphone. I got a great car foam. Everything's going rose in Ford, Taurus SHO's. Oh. And it's all going my way. And I'm this is going to be great. But this other half took over when I got in that meeting. And I said, okay. Here's what the show needs to be Letterman. Did irony. We have to go pass that he would use your Larry bud Melman in your Chris Elliott's, and they would do sort of a a comment on performing for. We're gonna cut to really good improvisers in the crowd who are going to really commit to a bit. I'm not going to wink at the camera. If someone supposed to be my sister in the audience, I'm going to really play that she is my sister in the audience, even if it's Amy Poehler will have cartoons. There'll be music, they'll be a peewee Herman sort of sensibility to it all this stuff. Came out of me. And I swear to God this is never talked about. But in that needing suddenly I was in a room with people that didn't know what to do. And there was a twenty nine year old and the room saying this is what we're doing. I left that meeting. And I remember talking to Lisa saying, I think I just talked myself into that job. Why the fuck that? I do this again wrote another and even bigger yet either bigger check than in cash, but but decisiveness is attractive, right? I mean, this is how some people have explained a lot of Trump's appeal to people's right or wrong. The he's not wavering. He's got an exact point of view. Right. So you would would like you. They they buy was very you knew what you wanted to do. And that is if we take anything from this interview, it's that my similarity to Trump almost indistinguishable u m the Trump of comedy, I think what you're taking away. That's what that's what everyone. We all say when you're not around is is I'm very..