35 Burst results for "Little House"
Todd Starnes' Field Trip to the Reagan Ranch
"Gosh. So we get to this beautiful place and when you think about Ronald Reagan and you think about Nancy Reagan, they brought the glamour the glitz back to The White House. Hollywood. It was Hollywood. And they brought, you know, Ronald Reagan campaigned on this idea of wanting to make America great again. That was the actual slogan of his presidential campaign. Isn't that funny? Make America great again. So I get up there and I was thinking my mind, this is going to be like the ponderosa from bonanza, grace, I know you don't know what I'm talking about. Sorry. It goes right over there. But folks Google it. And teach your children, grace, we're working on that. We're educating you. You're getting an education. You're going to get masters class in good TV on this program. Yes. And I was thinking this palatial ranch and with I don't know, I wouldn't say servants, but ranch hands and maids and butlers and all that kind of stuff. So we get up there. And there was this sort of, I wouldn't say decrepit house, but it was really old. It was painted. It looked nice, but it wasn't anything glamorous. And you walk in and there's old furniture. It sparsely, you know, there's not a lot of furniture. There's a bed where this is where Reagan lived when he was back in California. There was a bed and your Reagan was the bed was small, and so they had to put like a nightstand at the end of the bed so Reagan's feet wouldn't dangle off the bed. My pillow didn't even exist. There was no my pillow there. And it was a very simple, it was a very straightforward ranch. There was folks, there was really not much to it. There was no glitz, no glamour. Very humble. Very humble abode. Very nice, clean. I mean, it was very, very pretty. I mean, the setting. And I was really struck by that.
Two Secret Service Agents Ready to Contradict Cassidy Hutchinson Story
"Reporting comes one day after a former Trump White House lawyer disputed Hutchinson's testimony about a handwritten statement she allegedly wrote on January 6th. Hutchinson testified that she wrote a statement for Trump to release during the capitol riot, however, former White House lawyer Eric hirschman insisted that he wrote the handwritten note present it to the committee during Hutchinson's testimony. The handwritten note of and I'm quoting note that Cassidy Hutchinson testified was written by her was in fact written by Eric hirschman on January 6th, 2021, this according to hirsch's hirschman spokeperson, part of hirsch Hutchinson's testimony are also at odds with members of the U.S. Secret Service, the most sensationalized aspect of hertz testimony was that Trump allegedly tried to take control of the presidential SUV's steering wheel and shouted expletives as Secret Service agents when they prevented him from doing so. However, shortly after Hutchinson's testimony, two Secret Service agents and the SUV, that day reportedly confirmed their intent to make statements under oath that would contradict Hutchinson's story. This is a sham guys. And while we're sitting here, you guys are struggling here. We just talked about how prices are going up for Independence
Breitbart: Hutchinson Fabricated Conversation With Cipollone
"I saw this on see this on breitbart Cassidy Hutchinson. The former White House aide who was the just 6 committee star witness during a surprise hearing held on Tuesday reportedly fabricated pieces of her testimony about conversations she had with former White House counsel, pat sip alone. You don't say. During her testimony, hutchison claimed that cipollone told her to tell her boss, chief of staff Mark Meadows that former president Donald Trump should not go to the capitol on January 6th. Hutchison testified the cipal owner cipollone. Said, quote, we're going to get charged with every crime imaginable close quote if Trump went to the capitol. The committee's vice chair representative Liz Cheney doubled down on her cause to get sip alone to testify before the committee do to Hutchinson's testimony. Quote, as we heard yesterday, White House counsel pat sip alone had significant concerns regarding Trump's January 6th activities, Cheney tweeted on Wednesday. And she continued, it's time for mister sip Bologna. I'm gonna say cipollone. It just flows better to testify on the record. Any concerns he has about the institutional interests of his prior office are outweighed by the need for his testimony. However, sit below has cipollone has reportedly was reportedly not at The White House on the morning of January 6th. This according to human events senior editor, Jack putt Soviet, multiple sources, including one who was at The White House on January 6th, tell me sip Bologna was not there in the a.m. when hutchison testified that she spoke with
Biden Hires Demos Associates to Oversee Election-Related Initiatives
"Deep. I'm not reporting this to you to scare you, but this is scary. This is something that we have to make sure that we stay on top of. They are working hard to make sure that they undermine the elections of 2022. Again, this is an executive order that's meant to cause chaos. There's no doubt about it. The executive order copied much of a white paper put out by a left wing dark group by the name of demos or demos or demos, and when you check it out, I mean, it's a radical left wing organization. If you go to their website, demos, I believe it was dot com, I believe. You can check out the list. They're not hiding any of this stuff. It's in plain view. Their attempts to undermine the administration. Here's what their duties are in The White House because Biden has hired some of these people from this radical left wing organization to give him advice in The White House. Biden put former demons president K, sabil Rahman and former damas legal strategies director sharak baines and key White House posts to oversee election related
Key inflation gauge tracked by the Fed remains a high 6.3%
"The inflation gauge the Federal Reserve tracks most closely remains high I'm Ben Thomas with a look at the latest numbers The commerce department's personal consumption expenditures price index was 6.3% higher last month than May of last year On a month to month basis prices rose 6 tenths of a percent from April to May The fed tends to track the PCE more closely than the better known consumer price index which tends to weigh gasoline and housing costs more heavily But both tell the same basic story inflation is running dangerously hot The report also shows consumer spending rose at a sluggish two tenths of a percent rate from April to May but consumer income states slightly ahead of inflation while the savings rate also rose slightly Ben Thomas Washington
About half say Trump should be charged for 1/6: AP-NORC poll - The Associated Press
"A new poll finds many Americans say former president Donald Trump should be charged with the crime for his role in the January 6th riot at the U.S. capitol I'm Ben Thomas with the survey results The Associated Press norc center for public affairs research poll finds 58% of those surveyed believe the former president bears a great deal or quite a bit of responsibility for the deadly attack on the capitol and 48% say Trump should be charged with a crime for his role 31% of those surveys say he should not be charged with a crime while 20% say they don't know enough to have an opinion Those views on Trump's criminal liability break down predictably along party lines with 86% of Democrats but only 10% of Republicans saying Trump should be charged The poll was conducted after the first 5 public hearings of the House committee investigating January 6th but before Tuesday's hearing with former Trump White House aide Cassidy Hutchinson experts say her testimony provided the most compelling evidence yet
Krystle Matthews Wins SC Primary Runoff Despite Crazy Leaked Call
"Support. James O'Keefe hits home run after home run, and he recently has an amazing one from his project veritas action as well, and yesterday I think was his birthday. James, welcome back to Charlie Kirk show. Great to be with you, Charlie. What a big story this isn't South Carolina. Tell us all about it. Well, this is a democratic candidate for the United States Senate, running in the primary, the primary was last night, June 28th, which is also my 38th birthday, so quite a bit. It's also Elon Musk's birthday, by the way, June 28th is quite a day. And this is the crystal Matthews using racially charged language while encouraging illicit campaign tactics. She was caught on a, in a she was talking to someone inside of a jail. And it was a recorded line and a whistleblower provided this to us. Some of these quotes are pretty incendiary. This is the candidate. And by the way, she won last night. So now she's going to face Tim Scott. The South Carolina U.S. senator in the general election. She said, quote, where's my dope money, my duffel bag boys? Give me that dope money. Honestly, and I'm an N word at heart. I love black people. We need folks that can wear black at night and take down their effing yard signs. I mean, just this is just some of the most shocking things you'll over here. Now, just this week, yesterday, the house legislator in South Carolina has put together an ethics committee to investigate this woman who has just won last night the primary in South Carolina. And a lot more to say, but that's the
Washington Examiner Editorial: Trump Proven Unfit for Power Again
"Washington examiner obviously has some new executives And I'm not fond of these unsigned editorials These corporate editorials But here's the editorial that was put out a 1201 a.m. Trump proven unfit for power again Former White House say Cassidy hutchison's Tuesday testimony But a ring the death now for former president Donald Trump's political career Trump is unfit to be anywhere near power ever again This is what we get out of conservative newspaper Hutchison's resume alone should establish her credibility so again without any challenge she's credible Why wouldn't she be The 25 year old had already worked at the highest levels of conservative Republican politics Including in the offices of senator Ted Cruz and House minority whip Steve scalise Before becoming a top aide for former Trump chief of staff Mark Meadows So far none of this has anything to do with anything
Rep. Gohmert Calls for Full Deposition of Cassidy Hutchinson
"Carry picket and Joseph Clark at the Washington times Representative Louie gohmert called January 6th select committee to release the full deposition A former White House say Cassidy hutchison The which she claimed that mister gohmert and other Republican lawmakers sought presidential pardons in late 2020 he flatly denied seeking a pardon for himself mister gohmert said he made several pardon requests for U.S. service members whom he says were wrongfully convicted of crimes while deployed in war zones but he never made a request for himself Why don't they release The full transcripts As a matter of fact Louis on to something As I keep saying she was forced to testify four times the 5th time being publicly Why Because there are pressuring her Why can't we see all these transcripts raw transcripts and see them now
Jan. 6 committee subpoenas Pat Cipollone, former WH counsel
"I'm Mike Gracia reporting the house January 6th committee subpoenas former White House counsel pat cipollone The House committee investigating the January 6th insurrection has issued a subpoena to former White House counsel pat cipollone The subpoena was issued one day after former White House aide Cassidy Hutchinson testified that cipollone warned against then president Donald Trump going to the capitol with thousands of his supporters We're going to get charges every crime imaginable if we make that movement happen And do you remember which crimes mister cipollone was concerned with In the days leading up to the 6 we had conversations about potentially obstructing justice or defrauding the electoral account Cipollone gave the committee an informal interview on April 13th but he has refused to provide on the record a testimony Mike Gracia Washington
Cassidy Hutchinson's Hearsay Testimony About Trump
"When you return to The White House in the motorcade after the president's speech where did you go When I returned to The White House I walked upstairs towards chief of staff's office and I noticed mister Renato lingering outside of the office Once we had made eye contact he quickly waved me to go into his office which was dressed across the hall for mine When I went in he shot the door and I noticed I want you to listen to the explicit detail To the explicit detail Mister annatto is a Secret Service agent at The White House Famous Anthony Tony He saw her and he waved her into his office A junior Stanford Go ahead Mister Trump's security detail sitting in a chair looking somewhat discombobulated and a little lost There's a Secret Service agent on the president's detail looking discombobulated and a little lost So who better to call in than miss hutchison Go ahead Did you hear what happened in the beast I said no Tony I just got back What happened Tony proceeded to tell me that when the president got in the beast he was under the impression from mister Meadows that the off the record movement to the capitol was still possible and likely to happen but that Bobby had more information So once the president had gotten into the vehicle with Bobby he thought that they were going up to the capitol and when Bobby had relayed to him or not you don't have the assets to do it It's not secure So the president the president gets into the beast his vehicle And he still thinks he can go to the capitol But he's told by the agent there Bobby No you can't I find this perplexing don't you mister producer Why would the president get into a vehicle thinking he can go to the capitol but he can't So what did they do Go to McDonald's
Jim Hanson and Amanda Milius Discuss the J6 Show Trial
"Hey folks, it's Jim Hansen. I have sitting here in studio. Oblivious to the fact that we just went live because I was talking to my good friend amazing filmmaker and one of the most culturally elite members of the America first crowd, Amanda milius. Welcome. Thank you. I'm so glad to be on in the new spot. Isn't this cool? This is like a crazy show. It is the coolest thing. I know. No, I almost am like not worthy. I would like like I said, I almost wore sweats. I know. You got to do that. On the bottom. You have to have the top here. Yeah, I'm used to just being able to pull it together on the top, and then everything else is like yoga pants, and I'm like, maybe I'll get dressed today. Yeah. Yeah, well, we did it. And we're on the late night TV talk thing. Now, I want to talk kind of production value. Because I don't know if you notice, there is a giant show trial propaganda fest for the invented insurrection going on. That was pretty, I mean, yesterday was, there are some really good memes created out of yesterday. Like if a day creates good memes. It's a good day. So yeah, it's us. It's our team winning. Yeah, there was this one where like, I think they had like shots from one of those White House down or something movies or and then they had, I mean, it was so with the beast. The grass, like, that's basically what she was describing. I mean, it was absolutely insane. And good on them. But I want to kind of get into your area of expertise because the left decided when they were going to have these show trials that they were going to hire a TV news executive to stage them. Tell us super cool. It tells you a lot. And then you've got legs zelensky going on like every meeting with every celebrity he possibly can. You're like, man, this guy's got a lot of time on his hands 'cause I'm just trying to run a production company, like not run a war. I don't even have time to do that. That's amazing.
We Need to Talk About Cassidy Hutchinson...
"Yesterday, with an urgent pace, the committee put together a surprise hearing with a White House aide, her name Cassidy Hutchinson. Now I'd never heard of Cassidy Hutchinson before, I knew a lot of people in The White House. I knew a different Cassidy who's one of the sweetest person people ever who worked in The White House and was super loyal to the country and loyal president Trump. But this Cassidy, I had never heard of. Fine, whatever. I didn't know everyone in The White House. I didn't work there. Just did some projects and happened to visit more times than not. So this person comes up and she starts to testify. And she says some very, very serious things. She says some things such as, for example, the kind of scintillating news grabbing headline was the one that Donald Trump tried to hijack the presidential motorcade, otherwise known as the beast. That Donald Trump and all of his fury and all of his anger was so upset with what was happening. He wanted to go to the capitol so badly that Donald Trump put his hand on the collar of a Secret Service agent tried to take the steering wheel of the car and the Secret Service had to push him back. I mean, I heard this, I said, wow, that's quite an accusation. Cassidy, have you ever been in the beast before? Because I have. And that's literally impossible to do. I was thinking this while I was hosting the show yesterday, because again, I'm processing all this. I said, I'm not going to cover this until I have time to really let all this set in, by the way, previously I was more immature with the way I reacted to things like I did with Covington, I would like to think this is a mature response. You wait a day. Do you think about it? You process it, you study it, you examine it. That's what adults do. Children immediately like, wow, oh my goodness, see hijack the beast. I can't believe it. And then all it takes is someone to say, wait hold on a second. You can't do that. There's a separation wall between the passengers and the Secret Service. It's physically impossible.
Is the Jan. 6 Committee Inducing Witnesses to Lie?
"Now again, it's one thing if they're saying this now if there were feuding this now, but if they were a feud under oath, somebody's lying. And somebody needs to go to jail. And there's a broader question. I was talking to my good buddy, Steve gill. He's a great political analyst, and he's been doing this a very long time. He said, Todd, not only is somebody not telling the truth, it's very possible that some of the committee members may be suborning perjury. In other words, they are inducing somebody to lie under oath, and that somebody is Cassidy, Hutchinson. Now, you gotta work with me here. You saw her live testimony, but there was also pre recorded testimony of Cassidy Hutchinson. In other words, they had already interviewed her, so they knew exactly what she was going to say when the TV cameras came on, and this went boarded a border coast to coast across the fruited plain. So they knew this well in advance. These are no doubt these are explosive charges. I mean, if in fact this is true, you are dealing with a lunatic in The White House who was trying to hijack the presidential limousine and was literally attacking physically attacking Secret Service agents. I mean, that's insane. That's like a made for TV movie. If it happened. But I don't think it happened, but I think we all know it didn't happen.
US to boost military presence in Europe for Russia threat
"The U.S. is ramping up its military presence in Europe in another push to boost regional security after Russia's Ukraine invasion At a NATO summit in Spain President Biden announced a significant boost for the long haul In Poland we're going to establish a permanent headquarters in the U.S. 5th Army Corps The first permanent basing of U.S. forces on NATO's eastern edge The president says he's also boosting rotational troop deployments to Romania and the Baltics sending more fighter jet squadrons to the UK more air defenses and other capabilities to Germany and Italy He calls it an unmistakable message to Moscow That NATO is strong united The White House says the commitments mean the U.S. will keep some 100,000 troops in Europe for the foreseeable future Sagar Meghani at The Pentagon
Activist Kimberley Johnson Discusses Expanding the Supreme Court
"Speaking of the Supreme Court, I just thought, you know, you can not underestimate how this is just a bunch of partisan hacks that they are. The Supreme Court just reinstated the Republican drawn map of Louisiana's House districts that was blocked by a judge who found it likely discriminates against black voters, the three liberal justices dissented. I mean, I can't believe this is why we were talking about roe yesterday. I know you with your angry angry of man aside. Yeah. But I mean, we were just saying that this is why we have to fight this by any means necessary because, you know, with this present Supreme Court, even if we codify roe, they can just overturn that. Exactly. So we have to we have to push on every front, expanding the court, you know, in addition to codifying, in addition to helping on every state federal local level we can to fight this. Yeah, and I would say that I think the way that we have to view this is, I mean, right now, Biden says he's not interested in expanding the court, and I'm not exactly sure why he said that. But I don't believe we're going to get anything done before November. And I think the message is to push to get a democratic majority, a bigger democratic majority so that we can do this. And I think it's unreal. I worry that people who hear we need to expand the court are going to expect it before the midterms. It's not going to happen. No, no, of course. We can't help false
Kimberley Johnson on Trump Hating Republicans
"Kimberly, you raise a really interesting point. I'll tell you why, because we just saw, you know, Liz Cheney was celebrating the roe V wade decision. Like, Liz Cheney hates Donald Trump. You're absolutely right. But she's not on our side. In fact, one of the reasons we were talking about, why is there this like, they're not going after Jenny Thomas. When I was hearing, is because Liz Cheney likes the Supreme Court the way it is. She doesn't want Ginny and clarence. She doesn't want any talk of clarence Thomas. Yes. Resigning or getting or you name it, right? And so and I thought this on cue, right this morning, Travis, a lawyer for Jenny Thomas, told the House select committee, he saw no reason for her to testify. Well, yeah, because they see how these hearings are going. Yeah. Exactly. So they came after it came after the committee has made a fresh request for her appearance, and we have the text messages to what Meadows and to eastman. She was right in the middle of this thing. And that her husband already was the one sole vote voting to keep her communications private. Kimberly, so beyond a conflict of interest, I don't even know what you call it. Do you? Yeah. No, I mean, I agree with you a 100%. This is clearly very upsetting coming because, you know, we love to Democrats are so fond of loving the Republicans that are going to go against Trump. But we always have to remember that I do think that at some point they want to break from him because they don't like him. You can see their true reactions to Trump in 2016. Lindsey Graham tweeted it, Ted Cruz was talking about how horrible he was, Marco Rubio, all of them. They don't like him. But now that he gave them everything that they wanted. And now this trial is going to give them a clean
Hard-line conservative Reps. Boebert, Miller win primaries
"To have Congress's staunchest conservatives repelled more centrist alternatives to lock up Republican nominations on Tuesday in Colorado one of former president Trump's most Ardent supporters representative Lauren boebert won the nomination in the third congressional district while election denied or Tina Peters lost her bid to become the Republican nominee for Secretary of State to Pam Anderson and a Republican who favors some abortion access Joe O'Day won the Senate primary against a far right candidate in Mississippi a member of Congress who voted to overturn the 2020 election but supported a January 6th the investigation won the Republican runoff in the third congressional district representative Michael guest defeated pro Trump challenger Michael Cassidy in Illinois far right state senator Darren Bailey who got a late endorsement from Trump won the Republican nomination for governor he faces democratic incumbent governor JD pritzker representative Mary Miller a 2020 election denier who has spoken admiringly of Adolf Hitler won her Republican primary and reverend Jesse Jackson's son Jonathan won a 17 candidate democratic primary for an open congressional seat in New York Rudy Giuliani's son Andrew a former Trump White House aide lost the Republican primary for governor to representative Lee zeldin He will take on governor Kathy hochul who won her democratic primary I'm Julie Walker
"little house" Discussed on RISE Podcast
"You don't like, oh my, I'm so sorry, I'm so sorry to bother you. You don't, you definitely don't have a seat for us, right? I'm just confirming that you don't have a seat price. Yeah, where were we? Where were we? Somewhere recently that he made me do it 'cause he thinks I'm ridiculous and then I just absolutely screwed it up and he was like, why? I think I was like trying to park somewhere or do something and I was like, hi, is it okay? It's like we're not going to the thing but it's okay if we just it's only gonna be in the guy I was like no. We drove away and boo was like you're the literal. Why would you tell them why would you give them? I'm like, I don't want to get in trouble. So anyway. Okay, can we talk about the animals, the monsters, the people who do not clear notifications on their phone? What is wrong with you? Who hurt you? Do you know what I'm talking about when like, look, okay, so right now on my phone, I have three emails and two texts. This is stressing me. Stressing, okay? The second that I'm not talking to y'all, these are getting cleared. I can not have those little, have you ever seen someone that has like 1297 unread emails, a million unread text messages. They've got and it's like all over their screen. They're like, red, red, red, red. Does your weird not iPhone have notifications? You have notifications. Of course you do. That actually seems really on brand for you. What kind of phone do you have? Carrier pigeon? I would light my phone on fire. I would throw it down a hill. I would, how do you know what you need to do if you how? And I do do this thing where if I need to respond to something, I'll not open it because I know I need to go back in. Like, let's see what's happening on tech. That's from my boo. You saw me. He loves me. See, that was worth it, but also I get a dopamine hit 'cause now I don't have any notifications though. Let's see what's going on in email. Apparently, at some point in life, I signed up for emails to tell me if there was ever a liquor store for sale in Austin, Texas. And I just got a notification there is one. You know why? Because I did pre-pandemic ask this question to my financial person. I was like, what are the businesses that can survive anything? And they were like gas stations, liquor stores, and so I just started looking at all these different things because I was like, well, maybe I'm no, I'm not going to, I'm not going to add to the problem. But it would be kind of fun. I have like, I sometimes think I might, at some point in my life, open a coffee shop, open a bookstore, open up a gas station, and just like work there. And you'll come in to get gas, and then I'll be like, hi, pump 7. Like just what a life. I don't have to be on for camera anymore. I don't have to wear like Little House on the Prairie shirts. I don't have to try and do my makeup and fail miserably, clearly. I don't, you know, I just have to help you get your gas or make you the perfect cortado, which I feel like I can definitely do. But then I wouldn't have time to write. So, oh, I forget we have walker county coming in. I can't talk as much. Because we actually have guests today. What a terrible entrance for them, by the way. Like, me talking about people stealing lunch. Okay, well, you know what? They knew. They knew what they were going to look. I cleared it and I already have two more. Oh,.
"little house" Discussed on Monday Morning Critic Podcast
"She lived with. Yeah, you had a little glimpse of what she was dealing with. I don't want to say behind the scenes, but not necessarily what you were seeing at the time. And yeah, I completely agree. Yeah, yeah. And you know, just getting into your background here, very impressive, graduated UC Berkeley attended London Academy of Music, your theater background is impeccable actors work actors workshop theater in New York, Christopher Walken, Sam Waterson, I can gush on and on and on. Karen how you look back at that part of your life, right? Because that sets up a lot of what we're about to talk about. And a lot of that, I would say are your roots are your foundation as an actor. That's right. I had an ideal experience in San Francisco with this theater company I joined when I was just 19 years old. And I formed my values of what an actor should be there. And I wanted to be this very special kind of actor who could play all different kinds of arts. Who could be in the classics like shapes beer or in the most modern avant garde plays and do a good job. And so that was why I saw the extra training going back to school in Berkeley and getting a full B fright to go study in London because I needed all these tools. Yeah, yeah, and they do make for such a solid foundation. When you work with the likes of Christopher Walken and Sam Waterson, do you feel like is that there's a chemistry there great as far as acting is, does that open your eyes to new things? Or is it just, you know, do you look at them as fellow castmates at the time? How is that perception of all for you Karen? Well, they were both already better known than I was. I mean, Sam has been a very young, well known actor. And Chris already had a reputation in New York. So I was thrilled to be working with now. And standards were very high. Yes, they certainly were. And this all kind of unfolds with your role in an independent film that takes you to California, eventually eats you to a Little House on the Prairie. But I have to say those gaps in between boy are they interesting. To put it mildly. You know, and I feel like and maybe it's my lack of comprehension, but I really feel like and we're going to talk a lot about Michelangelo. But I feel like there was a major disagreement behind closed doors about you, right? Between Al, the trescony of over pronouncing that correctly, NBC casting director Ed friendly the producer, Michael Landon, I feel like for my interpretation that Michael really wanted you almost immediately, where the other two were kind of delaying or dragging their feet a little bit because, you know, they were like, who is this Karen? You know, let's go with an established name. Let's play it safe. Do I have a good read? No, I didn't get that impression. The impression that I got was that they had more understanding of what the networks power was. Right. And my he felt like he was the boss. And if he wanted me, that's how it should be. But they both realized that it wasn't going to just happen overnight. They were going to have to get that network approval. And so he arranged the test, you know, so that people in New York, all the honchos there could have a look at Karen grassley and see if she could play a part. Yeah, and I almost feel like Michael wanted to rush that process along because he kind of knew you were the one. And you know, you know, I've talked to many actors about many auditions. I feel like this was an insanely long audition process for you where you had. I mean, is that right? Am I looking at that correctly Karen? Oh, no. Listen. To get a lead part in a series after one reading.
"little house" Discussed on Monday Morning Critic Podcast
"Kerry grassley's phenomenal actor known for her legendary role as Caroline my angles on the iconic Little House on the Prairie Karen. It's an honor and a privilege. Welcome to the podcast today. Oh, thank you so much. Karen, I want to see before we get started. You have and I told you this off here. You have some wonderful assistance, namely, Jamie Megan, Olivia. I wish my other some of my other guests had the same type of wonderful positive support that you have. Thank you. Well, I am very fortunate. You know, and I want to start off with something completely random. I just want to tell you as somebody who's an older dad for the first time, how much I appreciate your narration of children's books, like so great. Yeah, it's so well done. And I never really kind of like, I mean, until I really heard you speak and get into it, you really have a beautiful narrator's voice. It's so effective. Oh, thank you. I felt very comfortable doing that. Yeah, and you're a natural at it. We're going to talk about your life and for those listening. The phenomenal book, bright lights, Prairie dust reflections on life loss and love from little house a little house is my what a really great title that is Karen. So let's talk about your life. Let's kind of hop into it here. You grew up in Ventura, California. I feel like growing up your parents fray, am I pronouncing that correctly with your mother? Yes. Friend and Eugene. You know, reading the book and kind of researching your life. I kind of know what life might have been like for you. But hearing it from you, what was it like? Do you feel like, you know, I know dad had his struggles, mom is just this iconic Beacon of strength, right? But give you some more insight from your point of view for those listening. Well, you know, I was one of the lucky kids whose parents wanted more than anything to have children to have a family to really do a good job raising their kids and send them to college. They were devoted parents. So I was the beneficiary of that. Even though we had alcoholism in the home. So my folks really put in a lot of energy as parents. You know, they worked really hard. They taught us how to work hard, my sister and me. And when we got an idea or an activity that we were interested in, they got behind it. Just like, oh, you know, some dads might go to their kids, football game or their little league, my mother was so in costumes for our dance performances and letting me be in the brownies and helping me with my little business I had when I was about 8 years old to sell Christmas cards. And, you know, they would really get behind what we wanted to do. Yeah, and you know, you go into a lot of detail in the book and in the book, I can not stress how good it is for those of you listening. You really go into this very specific detail. Dad struggles with alcoholism, but even in that Karen, he did have this positive side. You mentioned he was supportive of what you were doing. So when you look back, is a bit of a mixed bag. I mean, I get from reading the book and just your life, that there was a lot of things going on. But when you reflect and you look back on it, do you see them both as having each of their own unique personalities, both positive and negative? Is that how you perceive that? You know, when I finish this book, I realized these were great people. I mean, great people. They had a lot of challenges in their lives. And they just came through it, just tough. And, you know, like, my father, he had a great sense of humor. So even when he was struggling, you know, with his business and the pay bills and the try to get that next deal, he was doing things like teaching us to ride a bike and wiggling his years and making pancakes if we had a girlfriend overnight, you know? I mean, I feel I was very lucky. And this friend of mine that helped me with my book on Sean Sunday. She pointed it out. She studied the book like you did because she wanted to ask me the right questions and she said what she really noticed was that I'd come up with some thing I wanted and they push they give me pushback. They give me pushback and yet when they saw it, for example, that I had to quit school and go into the theater and they got behind it. They did want it. They tried to steer me another direction. But when they saw that that was it for me, they got behind it and helped me. Yeah. And I'm going to be very careful in surgery because I don't want to give out too much of the book because I really feel like there's some stuff in there that should be heard for the first time as people are reading not so much during the podcast, but we can talk about that. There is a really an emotional scene where your mother talks about how your dad tried to take his life. And the way you describe your mother, it's just the way it's the same way I feel my mother just such admiration and just so brave and just like I said, this Beacon of strength. That was a tough conversation I imagine. Where she's talking about how the exhaust situation is out of memory that's tough for you. Is that a memory that how does that age with time for you Karen? Well, it's a very powerful scene. Yes, yes, for sure. What I say in the book is that's the day I became an adult. Because I could see my mother in a different way. You know, it wasn't just about me. It was about her. It was about what.
"little house" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"My God. Yeah, Donna, it's Tim Conway. You guys also okay? Sorry. This is a slight aside, but I have to talk about it. So do you remember when they staged little house on the prairie? The musical the Guthrie here, Billy. I did too. And Melissa Gilbert played, ma. Do you remember that? Yes. So Melissa Gilbert, who played the role of Laura played Ma in the Little House on the Prairie. The musical There is a press picture of Melissa Gilbert in one of these Hot little house on the prairie gossip. And when you see it, you will say to yourself. Didn't market cheek implants. Well, yeah, it's the same thing with Nicole Kidman about to play Lucille Ball the entire time. You're gonna be like I didn't know Lucille Ball had that much. Bo Tom. Yes, It's very Yeah. Hey, this is totally off topic like it's Friday and we do what we want, but I wanted to bring your attention to something you probably have already seen. But did you have you watched the little house on the Prairie Special from PBS? No, I have not yet. So I think you should because I thought I found it to be very eye opening and I am not. As Success. What's going on with Holly over there? Please didn't even notice her until just now literally melting down anyway, it's on PBS. You can watch it on the website. I believe because I did last week and Actually learned a lot like there and and here's the other thing. They approach it in a very Historically thought full and accurate way because there's some like real problems. Yeah, with not just little house on the prairie, but with Laura Ingalls Wilder and yeah, but they did a good job, and I think it was I don't know. Was it in some way connected here? Little house on the prairie. Yeah, like I feel like there was some moment grow connection, but in the production, I don't know. Anyway. How is there anything you'd like to share with the group? She's going deep on the dope, apple dumpling gang. Really? Yeah. That Tim Conway. No, it's completely unrelated. And I'll have to share it with you in the break. Okay. Well, when we come back, I'm calling And Bradley show will know something that you don't know my God room. You know, when we come back, though, we do We did. Finish talking about Armey, Hammer and Truth be told, at the beginning of the show When we were talking about Armey Hammer, we really had not dug as deeply as we should have. We have more Armey hammer information that we want to Share with you when we come back on the Colleen and Bradley showing my talk one of 71 nothing but good times.
"little house" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Services. And that's the thing Should you have fees yet? They're expecting a company to do all these things for you and not charge you. You're in dream world. I mean, it's like, Can you come build my house, but just do it for free. But it was one of contractor. I want a $700,000. And I want you to really build it really well, but I was hoping that you could do it for free. What do you think? And then the guys they're the last right Or even go. You buy a car? Look, I just want to say exactly what you paid for the car compared to the houses the cars and is, you know if you bought the wrong card. You lost all your money on a car purchase for you bought 11. That's not really gonna affect your retirement. What if you did a house build, you know, and it was like it was a big disaster. And you hired the wrong guy to build your house That could cost your retirement right? And we've had clients do that They hired a contractor. They thought they trusted them. They didn't do background checks on took all their money and of having to pull out another two or 300 grand other account. Ouch! That little house that they thought was going to be 400,000 be in 700 room, their retirement and I think that's the thing with with retirement planning having a plan in place because this is a one time deal. You get it? Oh, go back and go back to work. It's 75 really, because he's gonna hire you to do the job that you were doing. Making big money back in the day. No one will. I mean, sure, you get a part time job, Maybe it lows or Home Depot or, you know, Walmart greeter. But are you really going to, you know, be able to make up for the difference of making the big mistakes and I think that's just one part of the plan that was saying Are you paying fees? Yeah, your paintings, but what we see most folks even if they have an adviser, or they don't. They're not really paying any more fees and what they're paying to come over here. That's the crazy thing. That's the big myth that everybody goes. Oh, my gosh. I'm going to paint so much to come to you. Not really. Yeah, it actually all works out in the wash. Right? Yeah, exactly. It's just you've learned that you've been paying a exorbitant amount of money in fees that you didn't know about. And when you actually learn about it by working with you or someone like you because there's plenty great financial advisors. Here in town all over, right, you'll learn that you're actually could pay less even to work with someone who has your best interests at heart. Yeah, I didn't really say that. What? I I didn't really say this, but we've had people come in at least a $40,000 a year and feast from switching over and they're getting more services. Right? Actually getting it right there right there, Not just getting a stockbroker, I think also wanted by Amazon. That's not how we work. I mean that we're Yeah, we're gonna build a model portfolio even invested. We're going to try to keep the risk down as low as possible. We're gonna do the taxes, tax planning, but more importantly, it's is trying to come up with a plan to make sure that we can Get a tax free income for life. Yeah, that's a look. That's the space you want to be. And that's where you wanna be. Is tax free and income for life. I mean, all those sounds they sometimes sound like too good to be true, though, right? But that's how you need in retirement. It's not like the old days where you just turn on your pension and your soul Security a minute clients I started 20 years ago. A lot of them were up in their seventies, and they even have any investments. You know, they they did was just a small amount. They didn't need it. They're like, Well, I'm getting a check for four grand on my pension. And I'm getting to grant you security. I'm good. What I need here for I mean, just you can invest his money. Like how much one year old I don't need it. This is for my kids. But most people don't have pensions anymore. That's the big change. Right? The to pinch the pencils air going out by the wayside. Now, if they do have a pension What we're doing a lot of pension rollovers where they're saying, Hey, I got a half a million dollar pension from my company, and they said I could roll it over. So I roll it Or should I take it? Income stream and that's where you have to do the analysis. But most people like I'd rather have to control the money. Yeah, absolutely. Yeah, I make the decisions for myself. It's exactly what I wanna do. Right. 8662 planned four is the number 866 t o p l A and and the number four or at retirement plan now calm. Retirement blueprint between two and $4000. If you would just come into Brian's office and say this is something I need is this road map to a better retirement, then we can get that for you. But it does cost as we're talking about there is a cost because it is quite an undertaking to do that for a family. We're going to do to on the show Complimentary. If you say $500,000 more for retirement, then calls about 8662 planned 486 60 0 P L. A. N and the number four. You will get that road map. To a better retirement to and through a great retirement. Brian, you want to go through any of it really quick and and like we'll give you the elevator. Pitch on. Why readers the readers tire? You got everything? Yeah, Yes. Oh, I mean, retire planning decisions. Obviously, he takes those security now, do you What about your pension? We just talked about that. What about your.
"little house" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Your favorite TV doctors and lift the listless Then it said, bitches. What? How does that happen? Well, I guess what I think it would. You know, I was not it personally was and then I mean the episode where he pretended to be paralyzed. And, you know, I got the whole town. Sympathy made Lord. I mean, I was really awful. The things he did to the four stuttering girl. I mean, it was pretty bad and people who think me not just throwing things and throwing things at me in a parade, but throwing a couple orange showed at my head. Christmas. What? Alright, let's hit her in the face of the couple. Wow, our phone number 312981 72 100. It isn't often that you have an opportunity to talk to a real bitch. So 311 that will speak. It will be awful. Sorry. No, She's nice for the first time we've met, but you sound nice. Everyone does 312981 72 100. Okay. Little house on the prairie didn't happened yesterday. It happened. How many years ago We had our 40 seats anniversary last year. We all Ah, whole bunch of the camps. We did a bunch of events. The whole covered wagon full of show went to Roman Grove, Minnesota, which is like the real town in Minnesota words. Well, we didn't shoot it there, but it's supposed to be there where Laura lived, and they have a lot of lovely event that all these towns would reel or Ingalls Wilder lived in, man feel Missouri and this sets out the code. And they have these marvelous events. All these historical things, and they'll fly in people from the show sometimes and throw big shindig and so pretty 40th anniversary We all went nuts and the 45th anniversary. We all went nuts and went to a bunch of these, and we had a big thing just last summer, So we're at 46 years and counting and we're really looking forward to the 50th anniversary. We think That will be bananas. So what do you think that the show even 50 years later or going to be? People will talk about it. They are talking about now They remember it. They still care enough to scream at you from across the street. We got new view. Okay, The media think that I give you It's almost 50 years ago that this thing was on I'm 1000 years old. But not only the people originally watched it. And of course, we had three run generation because it was on after school before school. Oh, then we got cable that was on that. Then we have vehicle Then we had DVD. Now it's streaming on Amazon. So I'm meeting these people who weren't even born when this thing happened, or like I'm a god in my favour that sort of like, Wow, you go on Facebook. There's little house on the prairie fan pages. Little House very fans. My favorite show is allowed very little house on the Prairie fan club.
"little house" Discussed on WGN Radio
"And you sound really nice. This is Alison Arngrim. Who you probably know is Nellie Olsen from Little House on the prairie. I was watching an interview with Barbara Eden. And I said, Yeah. Yeah, she said that I wasn't looking to be typecast that I've played a lot of other roles. But if people only remember me for playing Jeannie and I dream of Jeannie, I mentioned Lucille Ball. I haven't you know her and she told me many times over many, many times she wanted actually to be typecast very late in life. Her fans wouldn't let her almost do anything else because they wanted her to be crazy Lucy about for you, Do you feel you were typed at the age of I don't know how well what were you nine when you started each true the show so successful, and the character of Nellie made such an impression that people did They mean people still think it's really painful, really were in got emotionally involved. And so there was typecast a lot of people. The show had everyone. Even the people who worked extensively absolutely had to fight a casting up meet. Melissa Gilbert has done 40 50 TV movie. She had three more Siri's. She's done a couple of feature films and people still call her half pint 56 years old, half its greedy, So it does stick and on the other hand, have had actors say will come on man every actor's dream that they would do something so iconic that people would remember. Rest of their lives. We're gonna complain, you know, And I want to get a great wall. A really good show and a fabulous, hilarious, wonderful role. But if I'm gonna get typecast, never gonna remember that. Wow. But I scored of all the things to get stuck with that This is a good one. People want to know what you're doing now, and I know you just directed rich little and tell me about that. I am the video business person. I just had to get off a zoom call about a hill. Which little house on the prairie event We're planning for next spring. I'm the busiest person on earth. So I do stand up comedy and, of course what? All my gigs were cancelled in March on what to do, and I started doing the face book readings. Where started reading Little House books on Facebook while wearing a bonnet, of course. And that became very popular. And then the people who would book my shows that hey, we're doing the whole thing online and paper view. So I did my show and we call the confessions of a prairie terror. We did a little online show very successful. So then I get a call from rich little, and it turns out well, which was doing four nights a week of the Tropicana in Vegas. All Shut down. He's going out of his mind getting squirrely his people that got to do a show And next thing that we heard Alison Arngrim did an online show. Can we do that? And next thing you know, I'm on the phone with which a little so we went to Vegas, and he had his little team little group of people the whole set up at the house. And by God, he did rich little, virtually speaking online, first time rich little ever done online performance. I was sort of his Internet performance coach because how do you do this for a performer to transition from performing with an audience where you bounce things off of the chemistry with the audience? To standing in your living room, shouting at a camera computer. It's very, very difficult. It's a change. But you know what they did to Richard, Remember, we used to do those TV gig. Sometimes they didn't have the studio audience. They just they were putting in the track later, and you had to just shouted an empty room. If it's that job all over again. Yeah, yeah, and he had a couple people, couple friends until we were able to laugh in the right places. But yeah, I had the honor of dragging rich little into the Internet in the 21st century. So when when you direct which little do you also direct Jimmy Stewart and George Burns and Gracie? Right. Do I tell George Burns and John E. Carson? A Ronald Reagan what to do that exactly? Yet. I could hardly gonna tell Rich looking. I think the part about what you're going to dio. Thank you. Got that tail? Yeah, It was very much like, okay. We're in this new, bizarre environment yet. You gotta stay right there. Because you're tech guy here is a genius. He's got you framed perfectly, so it's great. But don't boo. Don't go over there like you're the propaganda. You just gotta hang out. And absolutely you just deliver it like now. Luckily, had a couple people in the room, socially distance, who laughed. Really, lad, Like, okay, You laugh really loud. You should over there and the really other loud guy. You go over there so brilliant like stereo laughing so that you have that. And the timing is that as we can see the comment we concede the people watching are posting and going. Oh, my God, This is great. I love this. I love this and unfortunately he can't see that. So we're doing thumbs up in the back on yet? Yes. Keep going, But hell we were Hearst it And we did a whole tech rehearsal because he had music and special effects and everything and had to make sure was all time correctly. That was lovely. Just lovely. Was he wearing pants? You recognize Either way out. Clothes are weak. Do put out bad to do the show and rich little no ever the professional leg issues and everything completely dressed up. I'm sure if it was rich little is probably in a suit. My right will. Absolutely absolutely. And he also had his car nicked the magnificent Johnny Carson to excellent. But well when you're performing and you're doing one of those virtual performances, there's an upside to that, too, because I speak of actually man, animal behavior consultant and I speak a veterinary conferences all around the world and very different than what you do, but same accustomed to a live audience, and even if you're presenting facts about animals It is still a live audience. What I have found with the virtual Depending on the platform. If it's promoted correctly. I mean, we get people from all over the world, you know, So if I mean, if you're in Vegas, you're performing to the crowd in Vegas. If your virtual you can perform one of the countries you rattled off earlier, Borneo and Nepal or whatever you said, you're actually are performing to people all over..
"little house" Discussed on The Red Pill Report
"Capita. Outbreak. It's not put one percent of their population. Worldwide, much much lower but even if we end up with a with a Belgium worldwide. It's. Many many many times less deadly at the moment, and we seem to be over the worst. Globally. To come, but we don't know this. Yet scientists are trying to tell us that is more serious than these. Spanish flow. Let me just check back and see here what was the headline scientists say the corona viruses at least as deadly as the nineteen, eighteen flow and the coronavirus. Death toll could be even worse if leaders of public health officials failed to adequately contain this. Outbreak. So. The UK death moved I believe no point nor six percent of the population. So again, not one percent. Not, one tenth of one percent. But about half that? A. Serious number, but people die seriously every year anyway death rate at the moment in the UK is lower than would be expected for normal year. But things become serious and you start getting headlines like this enabling doctors to go or if not doctors other people to go. Just, crazy. Don't layout plan to punish people who refuse corona virus vaccine that is no alternative apparently. And this is from life site. Simply, getting vaccinated is going to be our patrotic duty and America America should consider making it difficult for the unvaccinated to participate in society three doctors wrote and is more than just three doctors like you know sort of. Little House on the prairie doctor who practice in a village these more influential people that. Coronas vaccine should be mandatory and taxed tax penalties or higher insurance premiums and denial of many government and private services ought to be considered for those refusing the slot. The shot to doctors and an attorney argued in USA Today on Thursday. So We're getting to the point where the beginning to say, unless you do this, you will not be allowed to do that. And effectively what they're saying I think by Do not have many government and private services or be considered. We're getting to the point where they may say you cannot buy or sell unless you have the cove feed. Vaccine Satyajit..
"little house" Discussed on Mouse and Weens
"Free and get five thousand smart points towards your purchase that's homeschool buyers code dash up dot org referral code winds have fun. Michael also was very likely arc to get there. So you love practical jokes he loved to giggle He loved laughing breaking detention Yes and we're going to finish all of these pages today and we're GONNA make this entire hour-long like a feature films cinematic monster in like five six days, but he ran a tight ship. So he's running a tight ship. So you you you bigger showed up, you did your job. So the idea that you were going to hold anything up because you were having a bad day or so and so doesn't like so and so it would be like. Yeah, you left the demilitarized zone. You left that they're like, well, if you don't like them, that's great and you can leave that in the dressing room because we're to show now. Well, and so we just did was like what time to go to work? What are you GONNA do? It's great because. fell off the rails because of that. So great in it probably kept you safe and structured and professional. You're still doing this today where you're showing. that. That was the biggest. What you inherit from got work ethic, the Little House of very work at at UK. So I go to France righteous or these French doors. So I was in France had a movie in France you'll hear Mochi. Oh, I talk about my standup act Laris but one of the things that happened I got on the set and Mochi was famous for being like. Roger Cormon in what we would make entire movies in twelve days, and then spend like a month and like I mean, if you go to was I am deeply. Beta. And they're hilarious very dark weird comedy. So indistinct and I have been more a lot of people didn't like to work with Medicare because he was so. Knowing Dr both are accident like yelling and screaming and. And really nuts and vulgar crates ogle and he wanted to shoot this couple it. So they said French actors were used to when maybe have cigarette thing we talk about this for awhile and then we'll have some wine in the brats who issued later in the afternoon. So they were like what is happening this guy is so I get there and I'm like I'm good to was Didi, and indeed that we we kinda came to work at like ten am and we had something to eat and they hung out and people were drinking wine and like okay luckily, the Argentinian key grip said, I made upon coffee for me in. The Argentinian for drinking coffee in the corner with. The heads they had every country represented. The Argentinean said, don't worry. We've got six languages spoken on this set. When the guy from Zimbabwe gets tomorrow, we'll be seven so you're covered with every week. He was not kidding it was not even joking except we get very fun set, but he would shoot me go okay go and we'd like do the scene reverent and you do like maybe two takes and Neka go okay moving on. Motor and they'd go hurtling around the next up and I'm going Oh, very efficient. You know like TV and I a couple of hours in one of the guys because now are you? Okay Like A lot of the activists terrible terrible fast pace. Many. Said none of you've ever worked with Michael Landon heavy. TV series the senior. Okay. Cut Britain next and like start furniture now see. Good. Well I was able to work with the infamous infamous jean-pierre monkey and I had a blast and is speed involved. and. And so speaking of all these countries and France your huge in France. What's going on with that? Why I am I am I am I am David Hasselhoff has Germany I am. Of Sprint s exactly of. I am I am are as my father said Oh. Great. You're Jerry Lewis. He's like I was helping Catherine Deneuve. No. Your Jerry. Lewis. You'll that. It's yes, it is. Is Little House on the prairie I mean runs literally literally all of okay. The other day Dean was treating Laos books and he watching all the comments new went Jakarta why. Because it literally is everyone but in France they started running kind of early usually shows in America said, they might not get to the other country till early eighty eight, there's a delay before they do the Ford sales. Somebody ran a pilot of little house where they're in the woods and Mr Edwards comes. Indians Indian French and all that stuff they ran it as Christmas special in France all dubbed the French went his guitar these family in the it's like a Frenchwoman. They didn't know what the hell was. Happy Grant. They demanded seriously wrote to the TV guy. We need this yet if you do not give us a shell, we will care. and. So probably we start seventy, four, select seventy, seventy, seven, late, seventy, six, seventy, seven running little it breaks am they ran it every day at new. What do French people do at lunch they go home. And they still do still do in many places back there and that was it everybody went home for lunch everybody left school and went home for lunch. Now some kids state school and Brown bag and have a cafeteria. But about half of them go home for lunch and many people will go to the break room now and eating the right, but they also go home for lunch. So billions of French people are all sitting there home for lunch and at the time there were two channels. Shall we watch the weather report or Little House on the prairie? Say you created whole families over there amazing. So what happened like when you first emerged as a human in France? Did you show personally and yeah I didn't know. I knew they watch in France had gotten mainland who was big Germany Japan France vacant hurts I. Didn't realize Argentina I found out about later unanswered. Argentina. So all strange countries. So I got this thing come through this talk show. There's a statue, Fritz Okay and they're. A bunch of money fly flahault fantasy. So I'm. I get there and suddenly like I'm the Beatles. Dilemma, the driver, the car dress circle, the hotel because people are mobbing the car to get liquid. And I get to the talk show and there's a studio audience. Oh, a three hour long live talk show. WHO does. And they would have gotten all these stars shift. They have a table full of people and then they go kay, you're done and they don't get up and leave and then a bunch of other stars come in. I'm like what is happening and it was the nuttiest insane chaotic thing they had They were standing on the table and shooting people Super Sofer's. Really nuts and I was like. then. They start saying who is our guest and they're putting up pictures of people for Little House in the Berry and the audience is yelling out their names all. The Mega..
"little house" Discussed on Mouse and Weens
"Before we had run of coffee urn of hot water teabags, sugar mill, and big boxes of doughnuts. The choices were donut or bear claw or clear. There was concern. Through like bars. padding survive. It's true but that's Munich and then you had to fit in your costumes. Drinking Coffee I. Mean I'm a teenager. So I was a hardcore coffee addict by by fourteen. So I was I'd get my cup and this coffee I talked about the book. Remember I said you have like your Aa. Strength Your grip strength and like French strike is a grip straight coffee offer black offi to it added girl go go sugar drink stuff and the problem was is little kids like little Robert Rachel played carry wanted to drink coffee and Melissa Knowledge. You really can't. So we'd make we get like a cup of milk and put a little bit of coffee in it for them to. Drinking. Big Girls, but I know we ask we didn't want to poison the small children. We did draw the line at that. It's very nice in your next play. The. Dead baby in the door. That's a little different story. That was the best part like. Seventy two and I'm sure you get this question all the time and I can't find who asked it but you were friends with people onset you and Laura didn't have any. There were no issues there and you were friendly with everybody was there the beefs. Oh. Sorry. Yeah. All the other gossip. Fun Stuff, I. Crushes on this idea of a beef on the house was like well, I won't sit with you at lunch. You now, we didn't really get really hard core The the fact is that Melissa Gilbert my bonded immediately, which is hysterical the l'ennemi. So of course, we got along the best and everyone generally got along. Yes, it is. You're going to hear it again again Melissa Sue Anderson who played beautiful blind. Mary her mom was very protective and apparently she's recently and said, well, she told like don't fries the other girls like us we didn't get that memo. So she I. Think. She thought the Melissa Gilbert Juvenile Delinquency probably right. So should just not not have. She's not going to be friends with us. This is never going to happen, and so she was kind of like uppity standoffish where like, okay. What do we do? Okay but we weren't like horrible. He'll go beat her up for and then it was weird too because we had people visit our shit from other shows people guest or he'd be at MGM and people, Wander over and so once said to me because. Somebody was fighting with someone they went. Oh, stop you call that fighting with someone. They got restraining orders against each other on half the shows you guys are. So what's your idea of hating someone is not speaking for three days. Eighteen hundreds that's like a eighteen hundred squabble come on. Christmas we still by everybody presence. Out of her all, it won't by the like a nice presence like. Christmas presents went to the party. Come it does that come from the top is better. Michael Landon thing is it just because you think it was material you were doing. Very, much. Actually was Michael Landon recycling he laid at one. Okay. Like seth none of the kids are jail high. We all went to school you meet some child actors. They can barely read and write because they didn't have. By law three hours school four hours work arrester at grace but the. Like bride, the welfare worker like in do it MOU- new. We just just another eight million interviews just at one the other day with several cast members and with. Suzy. Suzy McRae is the casting director was married to produce mccray and we talked about that night reminder said remember remember. Near the teacher with a Stop Watch, this child has twelve school and she's like, right. Grinding halt and like they make so they took it very seriously and they took all of those rules seriously and they were very making sure we projected. We're sponsored by the homeschool buyers coop keeping my kids busy and on-track with school has been overwhelming. There.
"little house" Discussed on Mouse and Weens
"We have an practically the anthrax on the very I think titus and anthrax were too big diseases. But we had people look like there's an episode because the running everyone's home and there were already used literally never been off the air as has been syndication hundred and forty countries. But now, all these people are going, there's an episode. Like a what is happening and they got really into, and then some very young people on twitter finally saw the wisdom of Solomon episode with the very first time. That's the bridges, the children of freed slaves who as he says to Paul ingles. So would you rather live? To be one hundred as a black man or lift fifteen be white. And Paul Cancer. And says. You got a point and it is a heavy heavy episode about racism and the horrible circumstances at dawn for just Derek as wisdom's all on and this was in the nineteen seventies. This was on and it Su- surprising. So all these people have never seen before going I am watching this. This is like this black lives matter episode of little outside the what is what is going on and whole new group of people have discovered us that our show is actually very forward and really talking about all sorts of serious things it realize, right? Was that Michael Landon who was really that was important to him was. In enemy were seventy remember this was the time of all in the family and the Jeffersons and all of these new shows exploring all this. So little house where like well, you know it we're no slackers and yeah, and it was like because it's set in the eighteen hundreds and it's about you know lowered or Pau we can talk about issues on this show that if it was set in modern day would be oh Controversy or I'm not going to watch that rough but oh, wait if house the renate and maybe they're not talking about me is it's not hundreds of the talking about slaves and let we'll look drug addiction with the man comes back to the civil war and he was injured needs to take the Damore phen- and he is shocking. It's like Oh wait it's early seventy two people coming back from Vietnam addicted to heroin Oh hey. What right. So word that is so smart. Yeah, and anti-semitism were there any episodes about? Any LGBTQ things. You're huge in that community. Oh. Yes, and L. we certainly have a lot of a gay and lesbian people on the show but people were as out in the seventies of Steve Tracy who played percival my husband the show was gay and he wound up dying of AIDS in one, thousand, nine, hundred, six however met St. Peter's because I went to volunteer AIDS project. But. He was. He went very public with his diagnosis was right after the show at everyone affect by him. So that was a thing. Ida on the show I always say you know when Lorna Monceau have that boarding house in the last two seasons and that Mr Montague. Guy Moves in. They don't see anything, but he's got a cold like Dr Bombay from bewitched thing kind of going on. and. I saw on land by the way yeah right. Totally, I think Mr Montague is kind of the not said as such kind of like the GEIC. This is good. So Obviously we talk about these things like. Mike. Lamb son Christopher Landon is out and is a filmmaker Chris landed is a direct horror films right you. Eat, and he and his husband or have an instagram account and stuff like that and so he's talked about that. You know he and Michael is dad didn't get to talk about it because he was very young but. Cindy. Michael. Widow. Head told him that. She and Michael had talked as he was growing up and said, well, you know I think I think Chris might be gay. Well, what do we do and Mike was like will are we not supposed to say anything? We don't upset Him we're supposed to not say anything right unless he tells us how do we do this? But. How do we let them know it's okay. And so Michael. Michael Listen He's It off. Yeah. Always knew and so yeah and he knew he knew on the crew in who in the cast was gay. and. So. Yeah, and so we were hit we were hip place to work. But yeah. Now I think a little houses made now absolutely there would be some episode where I dunno two Spinster Sisters move into the House and. Yes. There you back. There'd be something because. We're only because we only went nine years right? Sure we worked in. It ended and the. So yeah. So now when you go back and look at, you watch your old episodes, you watch yourself I. Little House on the prairie and heard. This Olson in our it's sterile of I would probably if I was never on the show, I would probably tune occasionally go. I gotta go see this Nelson Thing Into that but yes yes I do I have I have episodes I really like I. Don't like Old John at three but like if I'm flipping channels and I go. Oh And Baba go have machine is what is he hasn't seen. Okay I swear not. Thumb when we married, we've been married like a couple of months some little house event where it's like you've seen to epithets happening. So we had to watch some episodes. Now he seemed like he's watched verizon's has favorite episodes and stuff grade is that he loves you for who you are and. I talked about that the book that for a long time, I really couldn't date anyone who like actually, Cemil House the bury it. The, bird of Nellie. On it's Weird can I ask you because I heard a story about you in public that people would actually throw you throw things at you push you like they couldn't divided from the character yeah. The list let's with the Easter. Fair at its now and Westlake school but west the Girls Make Fundraiser Easter Fair Jerry. Taft McGregor and I went and made the horrible mistake of going in cost you my father said it's a bad idea but then somebody school knew someone at NBC. So we all went off at Bodas Nellie in her mom they they would not get an autograph people hated their checks Catherine made little girl cry that she's Awesome. And if people brought their kid over the Nets Tau, start screaming and crying. And she frightening children and no one will talk to us. So I went into a hot dog on a slurpee and then these girls running from behind me kicked me in the button. Knocked me on. Who My. Well Being another hot dog. Going home and I told you go and costume. And then I was in Hollywood Christmas the Santa Claus Lane Christmas in Hollywood and it was the height of the shows like sixteen and someone through eight.
"little house" Discussed on The Omega Particle
"Star. Trek moment was our show. Say Easter Egg Troy. And we'll were arguing and I think we'll calls Troy Mazzetti which is a Betas word for beloved and I know they had some novels written about will enjoy Relationship under that title so I thought it was really neat that they showed that intimacy that kind of Easter egg again that the writers know their stuff. Also having that is have a rare silicone disease and data being the only positron eq Matrix. That could help him and cure him. Possibly I thought that was really interesting then to bring in SOCI- and they didn't talk about that and maybe because we only had forty some odd minutes to discuss the episode but they I wonder how the Reicher in troy felt seeing so JI for the first time in realizing she was an android because to me I would always see. Wow if you were alive for years ago my son would have been alive. You're alive if you recreate. If I knew existed they could have saved them potential and so for me that would sting but again only have some forty some odd minutes and they have to move the plot along. I thought it'd be interesting to see the more I thought about. It was like hey like this is something that could have saved your child. Also seeing how will is staying with his tradition of cooking natural ingredients and cooking real food instead of the Hologram and it was funny because I was watching episodes of my wife stormy and she was like. What's the big deal? They're making food and I was like no no no. You don't understand Star Trek world you have. Replicator is unique in his. Make anything you want at any moment in ten seconds like I think there's all these memes going around with him on a pizza box which I love. The show is produced great lithium so Can't really complain about that. And he reminds one of where Roger makes eggs for like the bridge crew the bridge staff in TNG and his eggs are awful. And everyone hates it. But I I'm glad he's perfected his cooking skills over these twenty thirty years and like I said I liked Kesse a lot. I thought that was a cool character. Kind of reminded me of Prince's Monon Okay. And if you've never seen that movie it's a Ghibli anime movie which is great highly. Recommend it and it's kind of bout with the pain on her face and the bone marrow psycho. I don't know if the that's the Bible go out. So I picked it up and she really bonds with so JI and kind of brings out of her shell a little bit especially going through this traumatic experience realizing that she's an android so I really liked her. I I would love to see more of her would necessarily have to be with will and troy but I I definitely liked seeing More of the Little Reicher in the future and you never know what. Cbs Do down the line to Fill that content chamber. Yeah I was really impressed with her. Writing and kind of connecting with So Gee even like asking so do you like. Do you like classical music. You play violin you like Sherlock Holmes and all this other stuff and I love that I thought that was great again yet to be a fan of T. and G. to get those things have not you go right over your head and okay moving on from the rikers card Goto. Where episode eight is GonNa Mainly Focus? I believe just from the previews I've seen is the bore cube and finally. Finally we are done with that terrible. Terrible arc of Romulo in lover Android so we can finally see some interesting plot development this week on the four Cubans sadly harbaugh. Hugh did not make it out alive. You went out trying to protect the XP's which is admirable in selfless Romulus man. But I thought it was interesting this during this whole fight scene with hugh in Orissa she keeps talking about this I'm sorry not contract treaty and he reminded. I don't know if I don't know if the writers have actually come out and talked about this but it seems like the treaty. Is it a brand new treaty with the Federation is the Treaty of Algren and this may be new amendments to that treaty allowing the federation around Romulus space or even if there is Romulo in space now so we really have no idea about the about the political aspect of this new Alpha quadrant? But it's definitely something that hugh in Orissa no abound and I love the huge like I take whole battle here because we're tired of being manipulated and take advantage by Romulus wrestles like well. Hank kill you now. Diabet- treaty is important tonight. I guess they H- you didn't note as well as Orissa costumes life. But it was a great character into his ark and curious. How Eleanor and seven? If seven comes to eleanor's aid seven being back on board cube would be awesome again. I'm recording this before any previews out. So I hope that we see seven on the cube again and just really set up for the next episode better than I think any other. Since maybe episode five we see seven the last ten seconds so Again great writing hooked us in ready for the next episode. Now talked about the car and we talked about the Borg Cube. We have to deal with Agnes and the weird relationship. She has with Rios. And I wanna say the fact that we had a prediction come right that commodore showed Agnes that synthetics were going to destroy humanity so she did exactly what we thought and allowed me. Nate Pulativ agnes into being able to be tracked. And now we see the Romulus using that. And then Agnes did fell on her sore. And I was like I'm going to go into a coma and protect the people on with. I don't WanNa see anybody else die. That was Admiral Blubber so just a couple more a little fast. Facs they do mentions cards metal heart. She's from a famous T. N. G. episode about but card is younger. Cadet getting stabbed in the heart through by and that he has to get it replaced with a like a half metal hard or or fully metal heart gadget turn. It made him the leader and risk-taker that he is today and if not he would have been some lowly science officer. That really never had any ambition or drive so I loved seeing that I loved having the couple of lines about data won a mucus and how he desired human so much and really kind of expanded. Data's lure a little bit lack of better word. It even made my wife interested be like. Oh that's like to see more about data moore or was data really like that are etc etc. So really cool. Oh fast facts about this episode. That I don't know if you missed it in here but yes so moving onto where I was saying earlier in the episode going into y but card is different than other tracks but makes it one of the best tricks ever and starting off. Is that normally in the Golden Angel Star Trek and even back in Roddenberry's time of the sixties? They've all kind of had this underlying theme that humanity has reached this stage in their development that they can be almost perfect that they make no mistakes. They're completely tolerant. They're completely got together. There's no disease. There's no sickness and I think roddenberry wanted that. He wanted to have this ideal picture of humanity for us to shoot for in the turbulence. Six season Kinda continued that especially on T. and G. am with Picard. I mean for example card became the cutest Borg and they really never touches. Ptsd and then this season. We've seen more toil and anguish from the Borg than we ever did really in. Tng or the movie so excluding first contact. But to me yeah. I was really impressed with how this show is. Fleshing out and making these characters more real because again. Society's changing an art reflect society ally and we're seeing hey perfection sometimes can be the enemy and we've definitely seen that with a card that he couldn't get everything right with that. Romney Lynn evacuation and it destroyed him into the point of going into hiding in hermit status because he couldn't get his perfection. I love how this strikes setting up that look. Your heroes can go through tragedy and live with that tragedy every day and overcome that tragedy. And that's something we definitely need. And in my personal opinion what makes d. s. nine so great is we finally see that we see? Federation that can make mistakes and now on the level bakare not on the green is not on the the deep plotlines of Picard but ds nine still offers great insight and an evolution of the entire trek universe. We see them develop with the Dominion War. How finish could make mistakes? When Cisco has to read the death count's everybody looks her. Name's and its toll of war on you and your closest friends. That was awesome. John Bye bye ideas nine. I highly recommend this series. If you've never watched it but now we see deeper darker grittier version of that trek world card and it's and it's been awesome so far and I hope they continue that that. Yes he's characters are flawed. Yes they're not perfect but they can still overcome tragedy. They can still be better than they were the day before. Sometimes these big issues are big obstacles in our life or a day to day thing. They don't beat him in sixty minutes and move on with their lives like an enormous episode. Sometimes it carries weighs on them and develops them into amazing people. So that's just my two cents so that has been episode seven of Picard.
"little house" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Just want to compare shop me I love to do that I'm always there for you guys one thing I talked to some people about this week I do a lot of work with financial planners and I had some people come to me and one of the most important parts of of somebody's financial plan is when the kids are out of the house I was a make how smaller for the move back in and or somebody's you know doesn't need the four thousand square feet anymore and they want to downsize and just get a nice new house or great one of the Gulf community or something at the beach downsizing and what's important about downsizing is is what people get lost sometimes and is are hanging on to trying to get seven ninety nine for that big house well the little house they want to buy for three fifty is three seventy five after three months cheered as three ninety nine and one half of afford to have something when I have a listing you know I update my sellers every month on their competition in the other weekly on feedback and let them know what's going on the market around them and one thing about our inventory it is a seller's market but your starter home that house for two fifty that was two hundred two years ago right the house at five hundred two years ago was maybe five ten right and it's not the same type appreciation a neighbor and this is what I you know here's my cabbie out you know your personal real estate market this is what realtors do we interpret your market based on your house the mile home you're not coming up with the prices it's yeah in our subdivision and everything's personal people in their situation but sometimes I've had people you know we're Hey the mortgage is a little larger we wait two years instead of them walking with forty they're gonna walk with eighty so maybe that makes sense and this is what I work with planners on or there is no mortgage but the taxes are twenty grand a year on the house in the house they want to buy the taxes are four grand and there you know husbands you know maybe it's a way to work and the pension and the usual security is not enough and really that two thousand dollar month production expenses would really help plus the half a hundred Bucks a month to maintain the house the yard the pool and all those things so this is what's important out having a good realtor and work with you and I work with a lot of those people out of those planners to help make sure people are making the right financial decision liquidating a states when when relatives pass on your put in charge of in the state I.
"little house" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Little house down but at the end of the day I came in their ordering kids meals that in common there to have a brawl I think she had something in her hand bind you we weren't face the face she was over the counter so I think she literally swung with something over the counter hit me in my face with it price put an ice bag on her swollen left I yesterday and scheduled surgery for her broken nose and shattered cheek bone now the owner of the restaurant chain was contacted for comment. telling channel five she had informed corporate about the incident well said the Wall Street not much momentum in the markets especially as we headed toward the closing bell the Dow rose fourteen points the nasdaq fell five in the S. and P. was unchanged stocks gave up early gains by tech companies and makers of household products chip makers did rise in video gaining more than a percent as did qual com Procter and gamble gain to percent Kimberly Clark rose well over percent health care stocks moved mostly lower medical supply company McKesson fell nearly three percent crude oil prices rose fifty five cents a barrel to close at fifty eight dollars and sixty four cents Ariel winger ABC news this Thursday the last broadcast for the one and only Marty Brennaman Marty will be back among the fans for the pre game shows tonight and tomorrow night she will do pre game at that same temporary stage and that will have set up at cappers alley Castellini with the Reds his broadcast partner tonight is Jeff Brantley tomorrow it's Tom Brennan and Brantley again for the final broadcast Thursday afternoon after which Marty joins Jim day on a stage over the pitcher's mound for a Q. and a and fans will be allowed on the field watch hi Matt Rees newsradio seven hundred WLW radio seven hundred W. L. W.. sports is a red update the rest do battle with the brewers tonight the start of a three game series a great American ball park in the opener to be Adrian house are up against eleven game winner Sonny gray Milwaukee comes to town still alive for the NL central division title of the spot in the wild card seven hundred W. wannabes covers forget the five forty with the R. L. carriers inside pitcher to Kelsey Chevrolet extruding show after the game bill that essence of another WLWC..
"little house" Discussed on Rose Pricks: A Bachelor Roast
"So then it's the next day at the both had some time to reflect and Chris comes to visit him in as little house. And he's like so last night was wild. I was worried about you. He goes pretty crazy. I just have to mention that he entered he meeting Chris's central's are my favorite because Lee cut back from that scene of Colton crying audiences crying, and my disrobe LL audience fucking put So Chris like Chris first of all is Mike some amount. But then it comes on. He's like I can personally speak to the intensity of that night. And it's not something I ever need to go through again. We'll call them find love and what about his virginity? We'll find out. Oh my God. All my kids were like. I'm literally cringing right now stopped talking about virginity. And so now every time they show. So then this silent shots of the town. Like this town of our Garvey, or whatever it is. Art. Art. Are you hearing baffling coatings pain? So yeah, he's like so last night was wild. I was worried about you. I've never seen anything. Like that que. Les ferdinand? I saw a crime like that was when I had a baby, right? They needed their die types changed. So then Coton goes into the Colton monologues. He's like I need it time to process and figure out how my relationship was with that Cassie Mike how your relationship was without gase. There isn't one golden day. Listen to yourself. Yeah. He needs a speech pathologist right now. You see the body wants what it means. Maybe his body is just raving speech pathologist, you know. Okay. Yeah. So then he goes, my heart, my heart shut off. And Chris to Teixeira and Hannah was falling in love with Asia and falling in love with Hannah. But I was in love with Cassie. I feel terrible because they knew it was unfair to Cassie. That was another relationships. I knew that she needed me to just give her that security was no she didn't you know, what she was saying to him when she broke up with him. But she was like, you know, what you should do. You should go be with one of the other women. That's what you should do you should go. 'cause I want you to have an end easily. No. But I want to be with you. And she's like, you should honestly go pick. When the other ones. They're totally do go pick one. Countless to people, and she's like, I can't either my marrying my father. So you can figure out what you're gonna do. Okay. My father flew here for me. Okay. What are you gonna do nothing? My father is going to pay for the down payment on the condo for me. What are you gonna do? Okay. And Chris is like to honestly think the tation and Hannah is what was holding Cassie back. And he's like, yeah. It was totally that. I have a new so two hundred thirty good gut instinct, and I can read people pretty well. Colton. You just said that you've been trumped by everybody that you were in love with I've feelings that. That's like a pretty good sign that you don't have a very good instinct, and you don't read people very well. And that's okay. You know, he's so sure of it though. He's like, oh, yeah. No, this is this is so on this is on like Donkey Kong this girl in me. She so into me he kept telling you. I'm not into you know, when does it become harassment view? No. That's my question. It's already harassment. I'm already feeling harassed. He didn't even pick me. I'm married with kids and rest. Our site is a gift won that series. I disease could compromise. But yearly exams from an eye. Doctor can detect them before it's too late. Find an eye doctor today at think about your eyes dot com. Sponsored by the American up to metric association. Ronnie I work glasses. I also were contacts..
"little house" Discussed on Extra Hot Great
"Name. It's little house on the prairie spirit of Kim wash. Over me. This beetle. Oh. Round one for Tara. Yep. There is no better high school football coach than this one on NBC is inspirational support of by can also kick your butt if hit needs kickin. That's coach Taylor. Friday night lights is all right quickly scores. All right. Very close game. Joe? And I are tied with one point each Sarah venting has to our round to the worst teachers the worst. Joe in this series from FOX this high school coach berates her own students, and is ready to do anything to undermine the students offer colleague and arch enemy. This would be Susa faster on glee. Sara this AMC series. Science teacher went from a man who teaches teens to one who watches over them watches them overdose and die without so much. As a hint of remorse. Oh, well, there was maybe a hint. Walter white on breaking bet. You are. Correct. Tara. On this long standing series on FOX this chain. Smoking fourth grade teacher is far more interested in finding a romantic partner than her youngsters futures. Although with students like the main character one may understand that MRs CRE bobble on this. I've been calling her grab apple. Back to Joe for all say oh. But this high school teacher on a recent ABC family free form nights. Soap is the worst. He makes out with a six year old student before he's aware of her age. But then continues a relationship once the situation is revealed shit my sister, and I were just talking about this way, it's pretty little liars. And it's as raw something that's good enough for me as to Joe. All right. Sara. On this standing comedy central show, this primary schoolteacher is way way way too attached to his puppet and uses it to teach very very inappropriate things. So the four main characters who attend his class. I have no idea so much steel mill this because I don't know what that is. All right. That's Mr. garrison on south. Oh. I got thrown by the puppet thing. I thought it was a whole puppet show. Okay. On this recent NBC's sitcom, this college teacher teaches Spanish, although he really doesn't speak the language. It will then have to attend said college as a resentful student. No, it's community. And it's Ken, John. But I don't remember his baby. Anyone? No, it's not coming to me. Senior Chang from Jay. All right. That's round two scores. Police. Well, it only got closer new. We're all tied up each mois. All right row. Three guys. A student report cards as students all right? On this recently cancelled Machi, mentally this is for Joe..
"little house" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Trying to work at the top of an angel. He's not a Saint but stunning no principles, and what's right to do. The best thing for this country in the country. We're going to be for one nation if if we continue to let the. The leadership of the Democratic Party dragged down the road. They want to go down is wrong right around big president pray that will keep them strong. And that more people will follow. I think I think the president walking out of this meeting today is exactly what a lot of people feel about politics. Klay refuse to do. A yo you refuse to negotiate. I'm outta here. Where in the best interest of my country. We need to continue to pray for the president. I mean, that's it. And also, I hope some of the Democrats who loss and in in in congress the little house. Learn from the that when you couple of mind with people who have the agenda to destroy. Undermine discredit and destroy. They have no intentions, nor what's in the best interest for those people that they're complaining about something. Up now American people you need to make the sacrifice. The realize that make that psychopath to get this thing, right? We might need to keep this thing shutdown dumb. I hope Donald Trump. I hope he whole.