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Alex Trebek, beloved 'Jeopardy!' host, dies after cancer battle at age 80
"Of of 80. 80. After After a long and very public. He shared his battle with pancreatic cancer with all of us. This is a look Back at his television career, Alex Trebek became the host of Jeopardy in 1984. When Merv Griffin hired him for the revival of the popular TV quiz show. Jeopardy soon became a daily ritual for millions, even on the silver screen courses 27 minutes of jeopardy. Over the years with Trebek as it's ever present host the show where answers are always in the form of a question, James with poke one multiple daytime Emmys, and it gave game shows a new and brainy edge. America is a very competitive society. I can throw the ball farther than you. I could run faster than you. I can do better on jeopardy than you. Oh, yeah, Let's find out. That report from Chris Martinez at 10 57. A lot is going on today.
Alex Trebek, beloved 'Jeopardy!' host, dies after cancer battle at age 80
"Mourning the death of jeopardy host Alex Trebek. He died yesterday at the age of 80. After a long battle with pancreatic cancer. Alex Trebek became the host of Jeopardy in 1984. When Merv Griffin hired him for the revival of the popular TV quiz show. Jeopardy soon became a daily ritual for million's, even on the silver screen 27 minutes of jeopardy. Over the years with Trebek as it's ever present host the show where answers are always in the form of a question, James with poke one multiple daytime Emmys, and it gave game shows a new and brainy edge. It's correspondent Chris Martinez. Norm
"merv griffin" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"About how your first trip into Vegas was with Steve Allen at Thesame Hair Hotel in the Congo room. Absolutely. Yeah. And so, obviously did you fall in love with the community when you because once it gets into your bloodstream Did you see Vegas is somewhere you wanted to go. It Wass one of continues to be one of the most exciting memories for me ever. Uh, just come in and see the white and to be appearing. I was just on the stage is with so many that have been graced by so many I said, t my wife at the time, Sherry said. You know what? I've got to find a way to get back. Got Ella. It's really close. I have to find a way to do this on my next trip out here, you know. Ah, George Hamilton had a little cigar bar in Beverly Hills. Yes, called Hamilton and I would go. A group of us would go from the Peninsula Hotel after we were done on we go See Jack Sheldon play at nationals. Trumpet Player B on the Merv Griffin Show Ryan later on Merv Griffin right on, And so I got to know George on when he was opening his cigar bar here in New York, New York, he asked, We'd open it. So that was my second for into Las Vegas, which was for two week stint. He put me up in a hotel in New York, New York on guided his his his lounge, and that was a lot of fun. But still I wasn't here. Permanently. Uh, on that story comes a little bit later on. So now when I first had seen you perform, But when I really got to know you more was when I went to the peninsula and saw you walked in with Mr Sinatra. It was late night, Julie and I think I forgot who the fourth guy Wass might have. Antonio or some Elliot Weisman. Was it. Elliot Elliot Elliot voice. Tonio are Italian, so we go in there? You're playing piano and and they're about to close on DH manager. Whoever was saying Well, and Frank was having none of it. You're not going anywhere. You're not because he enjoyed the music he always loved. Somebody who was interpreting the standards and maybe even interpreting them differently than he would, because that reminded him of how great music was that people who had the opportunity to I think that's probably how they found me because I would take a standard and try toe. Develop a different style with it, So we obviously saw that and you know that's the first time I really got to really listen and visit. So now you what happens in hell you're at the peninsula for how many years 7 7.5 years. It's agood run to cook. Great. Ron and I met so many people, the celebrities who was a great hang out, everybody and I've got stories that could fill. I mean, of all the people that I had met, but one of the other instrumental people in my life. And this really that up Until that point, I was singing and I was enjoying it, and I was doing it and I was working with Steve Allen. Things were wonderful, but it wasn't yet. I don't know. Howto wasn't soul. It wasn't fulfilling it. I was doing it. But there was somewhere else to go. You weren't sure that it wasn't sure On Then one night somebody asks me to sing just a request. I left my heart in San Francisco on I sing. I sing this song. I've never sang it before. I got out the fake book and I sang it on on the way home that night. Something hit me and I I actually cried driving on the way home. It was for emotional for me because there was something about the way that song was constructed in the way came out of my mouth that affected me for a reason. Very oddly, a couple weeks later, who walks into the hotel No mayor of San Francisco, Willie.
"merv griffin" Discussed on KTRH
"Filled in for Johnny Carson you would like to remind you it's forty past the hour time to wash your hands he filled in for a miracle water a lot of people don't know Merv Griffin had a television show against Johnny Carson late night TV show he didn't ever that he did a nationally syndicated radio program he had his own TV show for over twenty years maybe twenty five years you know the velop and produced jeopardy wheel of fortune in a number of other shows he owned the Beverly hill the the Beverly Hilton hotel at one point wow resorts in fact either he bought some of trump's resorts are troublesome his resort I think he bought some of trump's resorts in the eighties that got Merv Griffin is is a guy that spanned so many things so many industries and dominated so many industries that you know most people I think probably hear his name at least my generation and you think Merv Griffin enterprises but I went back years ago and started studying that guy he was he was a child prodigy he was a singer and he was what was it he I can't remember what it I think he was fat in and so you know he would go out and perform in people the people were turned off because they've heard his music he had a he had a it was the number one song he had a nationally famous song I know that pretty early and he toured as a musician he was a night club performer and it was somebody I'm trying to remember I remembered after Doris Day Doris Day is the one who discovered him and made him and and and and made him kind of a how a famous personality but much like Oprah he had the good sense to take control of of his future and own his production so he's off doing a show that wasn't all that successful radio TV and all that but his production companies over here run in jeopardy wheel of fortune and some lesser known shows and the guys just filthy rich off of those things in his career spans sixty seventies you know thirty five forty years in showbiz at the top of show business that's really saying something but he had the good sense to own the means of production whereas a lot of artists just wanna do their show and leave but at one time Merv Griffin was arrival of Johnny Carson when you think about that that that's a that's pretty.
Jazz Musician Jack Sheldon Dies At 88
"An award winning jazz musician has died may not immediately recognize the name but you know the whole yes Jack Sheldon wizard and more than a dozen episodes of schoolhouse rock including I'm just a bill and conjunction junction before explaining how congressman debate children was vital in the nineteen fifties west coast jazz movement playing with greats including Benny Goodman Lena Horne and Frank Sinatra and for two decades children appeared on the Merv Griffin show is a comedic sidekick his partner says Sheldon died of natural
"merv griffin" Discussed on AP News
"Jack Sheldon was known as the wise guy who goofed around the Merv Griffin show but he also played the haunting trumpet on the song the shadow of your smile from the film the sandpiper if one the song of the year Grammy and Best Original Song Oscar he had a distinctive voice and he's probably best known for this is the yes I'm only a jobs and also starred in the 1966 and come run by the run and played the bandleader in the bed Midler film for the boys I marquees are a Lotta
Jazz musician, Merv Griffin sidekick Jack Sheldon dies at 88
"Jack Sheldon was known as the wise guy who goofed around the Merv Griffin show but he also played the haunting trumpet on the song the shadow of your smile from the film the sandpiper if one the song of the year Grammy and Best Original Song Oscar he had a distinctive voice and he's probably best known for this is the yes I'm only a jobs and also starred in the nineteen sixty six and come run by the run and played the bandleader in the bed Midler film for the boys I marquees are a Lotta
"merv griffin" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Sending about a company of marines hidden to reinforce the embassy and of course there are about five thousand US troops in Iraq so there are plenty of other forces available and the president just not telling reporters at Mar a Lago the Baghdad will not become another Benghazi d'anville Rakoff tough talk from Kim Jong moon to end two thousand nineteen state media says Kim is warning that North Korea will soon show to the world a new strategic weapon there's also word from Kim that Pyongyang will not give up as security for economic benefits and we'll never denuclearize unless the United States discards what he calls its hostile policies the trump administration has been at odds with Kim for months over exchanging sanctions relief for disarmament measures United Airlines changing how you earn top tier status in its frequent flyer program it's always taken out the mileage in its mileage plus elite qualification instead basing qualifications solely on how much you spend god save the points website this is Gilbert ought he tells KNX it's an unprecedented move from expected about United change or that they didn't leave an option for actual travelers actual flyers so we're seeing lots of airline but the photo program start to offer a revenue option you know show me the money and you can have the good stuff but this is the first time where we seen someone say we ask you don't care how much you fly just how much you spend you can still earn miles and redeem them for trips or other things but I says United is in danger of turning off their long time customers who may not be willing to spend that much for silver gold platinum and one K. status I'm a moral servicing concert are being planned for next month for jazz trumpeter and vocalist Jack Sheldon known for being Merv Griffin's long time TV talk show side kick he also sang on the conjunction junction and I'm just a bill episodes in the nineteen seventies schoolhouse rock educational series children died at his Hollywood Hills home he was eighty eight years old we're gonna check he died downtown drive coming up in just a couple of minutes with Tim green green wood on this new year's eve be safe out there it's nine forty three this is something California is only twenty four hour local news and traffic station K. and extend seventy news radio band on us it's nine forty four am KNX good evening happy new year's eve I'm Jan Stevens coming up the focus is forced restoration and fuel treatment projects in California I Bloomberg's a Lisa Parenti a for profit prison operator sued the state of California that story's coming up in five minutes twenty twenty already under way in many parts of the world we still have some time to go here these stories coming up in the next fifteen minutes first we have traffic and weather together every ten minutes on the five sponsored by ex Surgeon here's Tim green with starting with the the drive into downtown to grand park where the new year's eve party will be happening in downtown Los Angeles Grand Avenue between temple in first closed until six AM all of these will be closed until six AM here we go hill street between temple and second Broadway between temple and third Spring Street between temple and second olive between first and second First Street between grand in Maine second street between hill and spring also working right now if you're trying to get into Pasadena you'll find that there's a few of those accidents that are close to ten west bound to Sierra Madre two ten east bound San Gabriel Boulevard one thirty four freeway eastbound the orange Grove Boulevard offramp is close now also we have working for a five north bound at Normandy once again carpool and three left lanes blocked we had all three we had just one now they have re close to carpool and the three left lanes four oh five north bound at Normandy this is a good sign this late in the incident because it means they're doing final positioning of tow trucks thirty million people come down with the flu every year it could.
"merv griffin" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Sullivan Show the Merv Griffin show and the gong show the now with WGN community corner sponsored by diversity blood center of Illinois here's Ryan borough the route twenty bridge that rises above route thirty one Elgin is now renamed the sergeant Marcos Leonardo good Dino Memorial Bridge did you know died back in March of twenty eighteen when a military ambulance he was in crash on I. ninety your rock for he was returning home from training exercises Dino had been a medic with the Illinois Army National Guard since twenty ten before the crash he was preparing to start a job as a police officer in stream what I'm Brian Burr with community corners and WGN radio with WGN sports here's Dave edit the bears trailed seventeen nothing lead twenty one seventeen but lost twenty four twenty one to the Oakland Raiders in London player reasons for it WGN's Adam hold watched it all one thing stood out of mers managed just forty yards rushing in London leaving head coach Mack Nagy at a loss for words when asked about possible solutions our options are to to play better I mean it's as simple as that we we we need to be better to I mean what were were our run game these you get better and that starts with the offense of line at left tackle Charles little junior who told WGN radio that he's going to do some quote real deep searching to see how he can get better during the bye week in London Adam hoc WGN sports Nagy handed this morning the quarterback Mitch Stravinsky could be back after the bye week the bears host the once beaten the saints a week from Sunday last night the colts held Patrick my homes to one touchdown pass nineteen thirteen win over the chiefs Washington this morning fired head coach Jay Gruden baseball playoffs the Dodgers with seven in the sixth beat the nationals ten before to grab a two one series lead a letter of three and then I have to beat the cardinals three one to go up to one in that series we get our first look at the bulls tonight when they open the preseason against Milwaukee at the United center where Thursday night the hawks so San Jose are expended a acts by Blackhawks support the hawks practice today Thursday's game on WGN itself Dave at it WGN sports right now when you come in and switch to T. mobile you get the amazing iPhone eleven pro on us iPhone tennis traded aren't these mountains majestic Joe are you even looking I'm posting these amazing pics I took with my iPhone Levin pro it has three cameras whoa those picks are amazing and you have service to T. mobile their new single goes farther than ever before I then you can look up whether these are bear tracks right where we can just run going to a team mobile store today I pulled a lever pro on us with iPhone tennis trade in right now.
"merv griffin" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM
"Today. No price. Now. No surprise, the prize goes to the prince and the prince rush, you're not a Princess. She's the lady was Megan Markle that fish. She's the Dutchess and their son. What's his name Archie? Yep. Yep. Archie archie? Name king Archie now. He'll never be king. He doesn't even have title seven zero before him, right? Yeah. Okay. They chose to which is kind of interesting. They chose to not give him a title. So. Yeah, he'd be accommodate. That's it right normal. Of course. So this is the DJ program where we invent new stories. Sound right? We invent new radio came. Well, we once in a while. And better story, I'll speak for myself. Anyway. Take liberties with certain bits of information, I work with all different kinds of projects in people here in this program and all my life, and I find it interesting to deal with everybody getting things done is a considerable challenge. Sometimes, but it's fun. I really find it. Good to have my brain wrapped around all the things that I'm doing and then sort of the end of the day. I step back and think and go go been accomplished today, especially this time of year when there's so much activity on the farm and the radio businesses buzzing kind of cool so now with clarity Jennifer horn starts out in this hour with an important bit of news. And also, we lighten things a little bit and some good entertainment news. How about yes, let's do that. All right. Well, Pat, say Jack is making news. He has made game show history. His wheel of fortune career is thirty five years and counting thirty five years. One hundred ninety eight days, and he was just awarded the Guinness world record for the longest career as a game show host of the same show that happened on Wednesday of this week. He said, thank you very much. He received the honour before he turned to his co host Vanna white and said, I couldn't have done it without you Vanna, white sixty two Pat stay Jack is seventy two. They look fantastic. They seventy two no way is. Oh my gosh. He looks amazing. Great. He said, it's a great honor. We'll try to do some more. All of the shows. Whatever he looks great. And he said we'll get another line to. He's a very nice, man. He started wheel of fortune in one thousand nine hundred he started the he made his debut on wheel of fortune in one thousand nine hundred one took over from Chuck Woolery. Who is the original host of the show now has the longest career as a game show host on the same show. So congratulations to Pat, save a weather man in Washington with Merv Griffin. Saw him radio guy. Right. Who's a radio guys? Well, he owns a radio station in his hometown of Annapolis still, and he had a couple of I think he's still has a couple of other stations here and there, but he started the radio, then he did the weather. He did he started out a lot like, frankly, Willard, Scott, the two of them were contemporaries, but same age and they follow each other working through working up through the ranks. And anyway, Merv Griffin saw him and he was not thrilled with Woolery. For whatever. The reason is host. Remember, the Merv Griffin was created jeopardy and wheel of fortune. They came as a package when they first got started in the seventies. It was Alex. Was not the first host of jeopardy. It was. And I always forget his name. And I worked with a guy came from Saint Louis. I can art Fleming. I always vote for I think about his name. So art Fleming started as the host of jeopardy and Woolery started is the host of wheel of fortune and Merv didn't really like either one of them after they'd been in the seat for awhile. And he was determined to find people that would relate to the audience better. Woolery is a was a professional game show host and he related to the player to the game. But he never really related to. He's very successful game show, but he didn't relate well to the audience. Not like say check say Jack became sort of an. Every man trebek's just had the looks you had the smarts. He had the appropriate. He was for back of all of the hosts that existed in that John had one of the best senses. I say had he's still at it. Even though he's suffering from cancer. And he's old. I think he's seventy eight one of the best senses of timing. And he knew how to you know, it was kind of like Ed McMahon with Johnny. He knew how to say something and look at Johnny for the right response. And that's that's it's something that you don't learn you either have it or you don't have it some people on the radio the same thing. It just is something that you have. And so the skill served both of them well to the point where Merv pretty much gave them a lifetime contract. And so say Jag. I'll betcha that say jackal keep doing this for another ten years and travek will tape it all in. Don't take short amount of time. As a year. They do a five day. He's got to be making good money too. Because it's been syndicated forever. Eighteen million a year plus while their other gig. You know? I mean, whatever stuff they do, but it's a fabulous life, and to think that I could have gone down that road, not necessarily the think I could have been that successful. But I get an offer to do a game show number of years ago. And I didn't take it because I didn't want to be off the farm in the summertime and most of these shows they tape in the spring and the summer to get him out when they're when the studios are. That's another thing that Merv Griffin verve Griffin. And dick log I'm telling you inside stories now, but it's maybe interesting to some folks Merv Griffin and dick Clark were masters of using studios when nobody else use them. So they could get him cheap. Like dick Clark would record. Remember when he and Ed did what does that? What was that show? People are not people are talking but people who come on. Don't leave me hanging here on this idea. What you're talking about? I can't help. This show dick Clark and Ed McMahon did together of people doing crazy stuff food. I can't remember them. Anyway, do the darnedest things. Home videos. No that's still on. No. There was another show that they did. And what dick would do is hire a studio he had that show is on for four years, and they only had one live show in front of an audience. They use that same audience for every single show different shots of the audience. They spent they put the cameras on the audience, and they just moved him around. And that was the only audience they ever had for the show Ed in dick would go into the studio at one two o'clock in the morning and tape a whole season of these got somebody carry will you Google me trying to go up, but I don't have a ton of information to go on. Just practical jokes. Okay. Yup. Yup. Yup. Thank you. And so they would have we spent all this time. And literally, no one cares about right? I don't know. That's true. I think some people that's that's age discrimination. I think it'd probably a lot of people that would remember that anyway. But now that you've put me down move onto something else. Now, arguing here no grievances here. And beside the fact, what will it matter in twenty years, that's sort of a test, by the way that I would like to offer for almost every controversy in our lives personally and publicly like, for example, what's going on with Trump and the Democrats now in twenty years, no one will have even cared about this. It's look back to the stuff twenty years ago. It was thirty years. Well, it was twenty years ago, we invaded Iraq. They really care about that. Now, they only reason George Bush. Yeah. Yeah. It comes up. That's how people decide if you're progressive or not is whether or not you fought the war. That's at least what Bernie and Joe Biden are saying and every once in a while it gets thrown up. Yeah. I guess that's true. All right food for thought. As is our case here on the JV program. It's fifteen after the.
"merv griffin" Discussed on Hungry Girl: Chew The Right Thing!
"So that's like the creepiest thing ever. And so so rich, it's so rich, and you could eat it straight up. If you eat a like with fruit, or if you eat it for breakfast, I like to add a little sweetener because it is a very very tart experience. But you could use it wherever you'd use like mayo or you could make salad dressings out of it. You could mix it in guacamole when you're making that or with salsa as a creamy dip much you can do with Greek yogurt. I it's my like if I'm traveling, and I can't make my omelette in the morning. You can always get container fat free Greek yogurt and some fruit and just like mix it all up. Together such a satisfying breakfast. Yeah. I do that. I go to a diner in New York. And every time I get the container. I put sweetener in it. Then I get fruit salad. I always have to order to fruit salads because they're for talent is like three pieces of and then I dip do the. Use it as like a dip. I love love. Love it, broccoli, coleslaw, an oldie, but a goody we should have that retro music playing. I've been using broccoli coleslaw. Probably since two thousand four two thousand five. Yeah. You could add an impost. Oh, it's coming. It's coming. I feel like I just like like Merv Griffin should be. I'm trying to think of like, Ed Sullivan. Somebody your hair looks redder. And you're wearing a cookie monster shirt. It's two thousand. That's so funny. So broccoli coleslaw. It's shredded broccoli carrots and cabbage. I don't know how many times I could talk about this product. But it is always in my fridge partially because I usually have a bunny living in my house, and they love it but partially because it's just amazing hot or cold. So low in calories. You can throw it in a Skillet and turn it into a pasta. Swap you can throw my next item on the list on top of it and turn it into a salad..
"merv griffin" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY
"A million people trying to get on. I mean, imagine the viewership base Merv Griffin was onto something that. Yeah. Now. Exactly. Exactly. Right. Amen. Amen to that. So well, thank you so much everyone for joining us. You know for those who missed the first half. I mean, you know in terms of quick recap. You went down. You know, we went down a lot of the data with respect to you know, how the averages are shaking out and really how miserable. You know? The ticker tape has been within these markets. And you know, we talked a little bit in the last segment got into China. What's real what's not real? And I I think John I think a big piece of the market, you know, going forward is going to be that dissection right between what what is a real headline. What's tangible news? What is not you know, what is maybe a false positive so to speak, right? But I'm going to say this, John, I think the key. Now, I will say this. And you know, you know, me I probably prioritized the Chinese situation ahead of the fed up until now. Now, and I'm going to say this. I think something now at this point. It does look like something's going to get done with China. Okay. Yes. Some something something. And again, I I don't necessarily know if either side as a choice whether or not whether or not they like it. I don't think at this point either side, you know, has a choice, right, especially with the way that markets have behaved. I don't think that either side has a choice, but I'm going to say this. I think the fed is now potentially more important than than China only. Because the simple fact of the matter John is we have tax book deflation across the board. Right. Yes. You know, everyone talking about inflation. Oh, this potential for stagflation. Well, let's get some of it because we have tax book deflation across the board. Right. We have stock assets coming down we've bond assets coming down we have commodity commodities that have just been. Yes, absolutely decimated. You know, it is it is just the heck's book definition of deflation, right? And very clearly the system is clamoring for dollars that aren't there. Okay. Clamoring for dollars that aren't there? And it's obviously a combination of..
"merv griffin" Discussed on KNSS
"Radio. Jason and JV if you're listening to this as a podcast, we appreciate you downloading the program, and we'd ask you to like it for us or recommended or whatever you have to do what you have to do with you like them or you rate them or. Yeah. Usually you rate it helps push it out there because there's so many podcasts. Must've rating and being rated they don't really they shove it way in the back and somewhere along the way I heard it was like the two thousand new podcasts every day showing up on on I tunes or one of those guys. Probably even more than that now. Yeah, it's very popular. Anyway, thanks for joining us. Whether you're listening that way or live on the internet or a great radio station carrying the program. Our guest is John potash, and we're talking about the CIA and other intelligence agencies involvement in drug trafficking, and how they've used that trafficking to influence the communities within the United States and that song I played coming out of the break. John is kind of lead into the discussion about John Lennon, the song's called, Dr Robert, and it was John's was that their dentist Jon enjoys Harrison's, Dan. They went to his house for dinner one night. And he slipped them LSD for the very first time, right and say put it in their their coffee without them, realizing it and this that same year earlier in that year. The deputy director of 'em kill Travis CI them culture program. Robert Lashbrooke hot Schnur who is Ernest Hemingway's longtime editor and friend came out the book about the Rolling Stones blown away and all history. And in that book, he says that Robert Lashbrooke brought tons of LSD agents in money to London early nineteen sixty five and told the agents to get LSD in as many musicians hands as possible later in the year, this dentist doses puts it in the coffee of John Lennon, George Harrison without them, realizing it John name was furious about George Harrison said he didn't even know what LSD was he'd never heard of it before. And so get some shipping for the first time. And then I argue load. Of other undercover agents manipulated them to try the second time. And I think they actually liked it. And so that's part of the history of how they got nip hated the Beatles to start promoting acid in vertically. Yeah. And how does that story continue to the point where John Lennon becomes a political activist in New York City? He was they tried to deport him for a very very long time. You know, obviously, there's there's the government had their eye on him for some time. Yeah. He said he said to him and the other in similar beetles like we're always against war and particularly against the Vietnam war. And so he always felt that way. But yeah, she kind of diverted him from being involved in political activities, then he met Marshall mcluhan in Canada. According to people close to mcluhan who said that you're being used you're being duped by British US and British intelligence into promoting acid and all this stuff, and you should just get back to your activism at first he was mad mcluhan for saying, you know, he was being duped and nip hated, but several days later, he went back to mcluhan and he listened to him and he decided to get more into activism, and that's when he came out stronger against Vietnam war. He came out, you know, stronger, you know, very strongly for the Black Panthers. He hosted I think it was the Merv Griffin show talk show for about a week and had Bobby Seale the founder of the bike Panthers one. He had Johnson clay all kinds of activists national activists on his show. And so he became very active at that time. So they tried to take away his green card and the tried to deport him. You know, and so he kind of was under heavy. Pressure by the US government is started laying low. He also said that he thought he was losing his mind on acid actually, considered drilling holes in his head. It's called tree panning to like expand his mind. He was just gangsta messed up on the acid, but then he got away from it all got away from the drugs. He has developed a heroin problem detox and just start raising his kid, and then when they just coming out of retirement that semi-retirement and put up this to albums and said, he was gonna lead a March of protesters of union protesters many announced that to Newsweek Newsweek talked about that. That's when you know Ronald Reagan was coming into the presidency and the best evidence from a British attorney who is a daily crime reporter for top London newspaper. You did a seven year investigation go who killed John Lennon? And he concluded that the CIA actually was behind that as. They hired. Mark David Chapman to shoot him. They manipulated chatmoss drugs and hypnosis to be involved in the shooting. But m and another another biographer of also named a guy Jose pair Domos got to other names in between Jose Perdomo, and they found that he was a Seattle hit Memphis CIA since the bay of pigs invasion of Cuba is a former Cuban who who basically was became the doorman just months before the, you know, the murder of John Lennon, and he was the second gunman. That was also just make sure the job was done correctly that they actually killed John Lennon. No. Are these efforts by the intelligence community? Are they rogue efforts are they shadow government efforts? Or are they sanctioned by the whatever administration has is in power at the time. Not sure I don't think they're rogue. I think they're a what people some people say is there's different cliques in the CIA and most powerful quake is the one attached to either the deputy director of the director. But the director kinda get directors come and go depending on each administration. So it's more like a deputy director where someone second or third underneath. That's there for a long time. You know, the kind of life. I that have their most powerful click that seemed to be doing these kinds of operations. Let's I've I've kind of neglected the phones here, let's jump to the phone lines. This is Phillip in North Carolina. Hey, Philip welcome to the program. Hi, thanks for having me on. And I one of the biggest reasons I wanted to call 'cause I wanted to thank John products for what he's done. I I was reading the whole the pill horse by William Cooper, eighteen years ago and six months before nine eleven he predicted nine eleven and a month after nine eleven he was shot and killed by the sheriff's Apache county sheriff's department and he in Arizona. They they didn't contact the eager police department where he lives and. John you need to know what you're doing is dangerous. But I I really thank you for what you're doing. If you're doing it for profit motives, I'm okay with that. I have make a lot of money. But you need you need to know. And you were talking about the clicks within the FBI in. It's yeah. It's not just the FBI CIA is full of clicks. I mean, Joe at your operation paper clip, Nazis, but then the massage and there too. Sure and got all kinds of players, you're dealing with all kinds of players, and so many of those people are recruited through, skull and bones. Yeah. I tell you my book to sure so. Yeah. Yeah. I heard that about, you know, William Cooper to and it's very sad. He died, but he did reveal. I mean, I haven't read the whole book. I read parts of his book. And yeah, he's got some very interesting predictions. That came seem to be true. Yeah. Well. Folks, it's not written. Well, it's it's like it's thrown together. But I think what happened was he knew he was going to be killed. And he wanted to get the information out there for two reasons one he wanted to American public to know the other was he thought as he got the information out there publicly that it would lower the chances of him being killed, but he had his family moved out of the country years before they actually killed him. But I say that I appreciate what you're doing. And I'm hoping that you will inspire others to follow follow your path because this country desperately needs people to speak the truth. There's so much disinformation out there too. Sure, the listeners the American public needs to be does need to have discernment to deal with this. And so like so many of us in the public are counting on guys. Like you to help us get to the truth and to say this country laws in the poison and the talks and that has been. Been put down on us. I'll get off. I'll get off. And listen appreciate thank you for the call. Thank terrific. Thank you Philip for for chiming in here. And I think one of the one of the consequences that were suffering from. With this new media structure that we've got were most people get their news from Facebook. Now as opposed to getting it from a newspaper, and so many newspapers have just vanished because it's not a profitable business anymore is that the funnel for news is becoming increasingly strained. It's being throttled, and it's all through Google and Facebook now. There are very few mass media outlets that don't funnel get their news. Funneled through two giant tech companies. It's it's it's kind of a scary situation. Yeah. I agree. But some easy. We've got an a five or six minutes left here. I wanna ask you about the legalization of marijuana in does that fit into any of this discussion at all? Obviously, it's something that's been talked about for a long time. And now we're seeing it start to happen around the country. Well, I I'm neutral on that issue. I mean, I don't want people thrown in jail for possession of weed smoking a little bit of weed. So in that in that instance, I think I'm I'm for legalization or decriminalization. I'll just say, but on the other hand, let's see too many people just smoking weed all the time and becoming house cats not able to change anything and just too many kids dropping out of I mean, really just failing out of high school, and I almost did the same for smoking weed too much in high school, and that's the same to you know. So I I wish people would smoke weed less if they're gonna smoke weed at all and just realize that the being nip to think that this is the way the only way to have fun. And this is what you do for fun. And you end up doing all the time. It is a dicta- savvy enough and people do smoke it too much and ended up just hurting their lives with it, you know. But if people can just do it every now, and then, you know, if we no harm. Though, they're also putting. Stared. They're lacing the with stuff that can hurt people's minds too. That's also a worry. You know, there's a heroin epidemic. That's being talked about frequently. These days is that part of this overall effort by the intelligence community. I think so it's definitely appears to be that way. Not only they're making a profit off of the opium crops in Afghanistan that they control, but you know, they're just they're having so many communities being affected by family members, you know, Harry heroin addiction, and it just hurts the whole family and whole community, and it makes it harder for them to do anything to change society for for the better while they're just worrying about their loved one..
"merv griffin" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Tv and film star. Burt Reynolds died yesterday in Jupiter Florida from a heart attack. He was eighty two rentals appeared in a hundred films. Many he joked were so bad. They were shown in prisons on airplanes because no one could leave Reynolds began acting in the fifties. But his career really took off when he became a regular on the TV talk show circuit in the seventies cracking jokes with Johnny Carson and Merv Griffin. Among his films are deliverance the longest yard smoking in the bandit and cannonball run in two thousand five he got his only Oscar nomination for his role in the film. Boogie nights. Reynolds, had a volatile temper and eventful life. He was in a serious car accident that ended his college football career and suffered a shattered joined the eighties when he was hit with a chair doing a stunt for a movie that led to an addiction to painkillers rentals. Also had a series of Hollywood marriages and romances with Judy Carne. Dinah Shore Sally field, Lonnie Anderson. Terry spoke to burnt rentals in nineteen ninety four when he'd written a memoir called my life. She asked him what it was like to grow up the son of a sheriff in a small Florida town. Well, it's like being a preacher's son or sheriffs. Whatever I mean, you go one of two ways. Angel or you're crazy. I got crazy was the best choice of the two. I was always in trouble. And I didn't want anybody to think that. Because I happen to be the son of that. I could get away with things, and boy, he let me know right away that I I didn't did he punished you a lot when you were crazy. Yes. The double. Was arrested once for fighting with about four guys, and they put us in jail, and he came in. And he said your father's ring home your phone. Came to means. You're father didn't show up and I stayed there for four nights drunk here. Rested on top of me. I was always doing something that wasn't. First of all you have to understand that. I don't respect anyone as much as I respect him. I don't I never met a man in my life that I love more. But he was he was the kind of a man that when he came in a room all the oxygen left except for you know, whatever he breathed then. And he was he was six foot four, and he was he was a very imposing strong willed, man. And I spent most of my life. We have a saying in the south. No man is a man until his father tells me is in mind never did. Which is why I little crazy. Until I had my son had to be an adult. I want to ask you about one of your. Most acclaimed films, and I'm thinking of deliverance. You were you could almost say only acclaimed film, but I was only in I think maybe to really acclaimed. Uh-huh. Deliverance in the longest yard and maybe starting over because it was nominated for an award the picture, but deliverance was. An extraordinary film in the sense that it was he's for actors. I don't think you get for actors. Who would do what we did? Will you especially you were almost killed? Yes. In in a waterfall scene. Why don't you describe the scene which apparently none of the stunt people even wanted to do? No, they will. They would be there'd be said, you know, you're you're to praise go away. And I was crazy. But we we had a we could we could stop the water. We have a dam that we had control over and it was by scout to Lula gorge, which thank you. It actually was born near there and was named after this gorge. And it was it was about eighty five feet down. They send a dummy over. Borman looked at John woman director and rightly so said it looks like a dummy, and I said I can do that. And so they put they stopped the water. And I said give me spike in mountain climbing went out in the middle of the Reverend drove a spike, and I put a rope around it. And I said now in the water comes it'll come around me. And I'll put my hand up in weight. And that's what I'm going to let go so he can roll the cameras, and then I'll go down there. I'll hit that rock, and then all of the spin off to the left, and I'll I'll do a flip and Alan down there. And they all went right about four cameras. And I heard them letting the water though, and I I look back and coming at me was this tidal wave and away. I went and I didn't go anywhere. I told them I was going. I went wherever you go. But I the first rock I hit my tailbone crack, then I did turn flip. Which was what I said. I would do. But I didn't do it on purpose. Then I landed in what they call the hydrofoil hydrofoil. You can't swim out of it. You you have to swim to the bottom and spit you out. I had been told that and I remembered it thank God. I went to the bottom. What they don't tell you is that the spit you out like shooting a torpedo the submarine about seventy miles an hour. And I went over the falls a thirty some year old. Guy and best shape of anybody came up one hundred and fifty yards down the river, totally nude and about seventy eight years of age could hardly walk and had hit every rock. Along the way going seventy miles an hour. And they all they offered I had drown. They said there's a nude old man. This way. But we've got to concentrate on getting bird out of this whole. Well, what happens over your clothes were they shorn off just they just vanished. I mean, it was that's how fast and how strong water was. And the next day. I went to the Russia's with everybody very anxious to see my my exciting stunt, and we looked at it. And I said how's it looking like a dummy going over the falls? Did it really look like that to you not to me? It looked like a dummy, but a different kind. Extrordinary thanked me Burt Reynolds speaking with Terry gross in nineteen ninety four metals died yesterday, he was.
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"For Reisen which got hammered. For slowing down wireless internet service to firefighters battling wildfires in California last week now says it has removed all data, speed, caps. For all first responders on the west
"merv griffin" Discussed on WGN Radio
"The multiple choice here boy what eighty celebrity was called the queen of mean was it merv griffin oh we gotta get to the break air so i'm just gonna joan rivers that is incorrect oh it's not joan rivers oh oh well what are the choices choices were merv griffin martha quinn nancy reagan or leona hemsley leona hemsley yeah i'm not going to get myself a point because i was being a smart ass as enrolled another multiple choice which of these states does not border tennessee is it a virginia be arkansas c indiana kentucky which one does not correct really indiana right that's it that's the end of the card right skips gonna retire i see him walking out already by see you later he's gonna go check on those eighty two summer olympics it's to look at his medals all right it's three to one after round one and i'm i'm i'm ahead three one so then the cats are gathering closer to the windows now because they're getting closer to the point of view singing and i see dave in the sports department right now four hundred and twelve cats on his head he's writing he's ready to go we're gonna break here we got weather and traffic and here's the weather today mostly cloudy and occasional light rain and a high of forty seven tonight partly cloudy low around thirty three tomorrow friday.
"merv griffin" Discussed on Z100
"Scratching a pop up book seriously thinking about it i'm like what would my narrative be what would be my top what would be the because books have themes to them running johnny uncle johnny told us that he had sex with moore was merv merv griffin so do told us that i'm just was thinking about this i already can't do a tell all because you know i've had sex with superstars yes never never gonna give you i'm never going to give his name ever you know who it is i don't know who it is you've never set it off the air but i'd love you to today no i will never tell you who i had sex with but it's more interesting told you it wouldn't be interesting i'd be pretty interested it's better that you don't know who he wanted me johnny uncle johnny told us that he had sex with moore was merv merv griffin so he told us that also was thinking about this i already can't do a book that's about the life and times of me here at the radio station walls and right actually don't know but i wrote this book and like nineteen eighty seven or something and you bring it in but wallace is going to sue your ass yeah from britain their english english cartoons ripped off someone i wrote they wrote if anything they rip me off i voted nineteen eightyseven i i got the copyright you have a copyright have copyright he wears intern aiming i want to talk to a amy come here for a second so as you know even though it's what march april what is we're approaching april so summer months are on the way and a lot of people like to start to stop their winter eating in slim slim down a little bit for summer so intern amy good morning amy are you.
"merv griffin" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know
"Perfect all the way up yes and he brought a little hammer with him and needed it many times to like hammered out two two about the shape that he needed to be but he um he made this climb and a couple of cops one of them was a um a specialist in suicides uh were lowered down on in actual windowwashing conveyance and said you know they were given the task of of talking this guy down and in a that parents at some point they were like oh you you mean to do this year you're just climbing the the world trade center that's all you're doing huh get hit that i would have just walked up and jumped off dummy right exactly like the seems a little hard uh for that but day um they left him alone until he got to the top and then of course they arrested him right when he when he got to the top chirp but um he made it to the top for sure yet originally apparently the city was going to find him a big old fat and this is the nineteen 77 a quarter million bucks which slaughtered might today but certainly a lot of money back then right uh but mayor beam i guess was charmed and taken with the uh the attention it brought maybe the new york city via and said i'm going to find you a penny per floor so he paid a fine of a dollar in ten cents right and i think there is probably a lot of public pressure to leave the guy alone because he became a celebrity overnight when he did that so big time i mean he was he was big time all of a sudden and is this this you know thoughtful time making guy who who just decided he wanted to do this made his own implement you know in all of a sudden now he's unlike johnny carson and merv griffin and all of the late night talk shows um he got work is a stuntman on a a bunch of shows including the sixmilliondollar man like.
"merv griffin" Discussed on WGN Radio
"He'd show up like he'd be on merv griffin her dinah shore though this was a regular show he's right and i french kiss merv griffin was always an awkward but to watch from seventy six to seventy said of the downhill show you oh he did it yeah by the way we're getting a lotta texts about those initials and i think are they guessing that i've seen a lot of the same one into a click three i'm almost i know this sounds ridiculous but it's true i'm purposely not thinking about it because i don't want to guess who it is is yet i would probably be right and they don't want to say it right but excellently slip on the air with it is that's what it said but the initials of this uh this crazy all hands country and western sirsi hey c casey here all you need to know and so we need to know the should be enough sick it's terrible that so sick and that guy was just i liked in my head is she's telling the story i'm thinking well that's a guy who's kind of famous so keep thought on famous as title there but he wasn't he was at the time here but what do you think you we did was he was famous aoyama even worse i would hate the yeah he's just starting their was what else is going to get was going to get worse before it gets better come on let's what it is that's why that's why i wanted you to cohost today seed realized the show business is a dirty busy nece dish all right i knew that well before so think of before you commit before you sign on the dotted line just picked about this this business of show that were in kevin it's hurting late i'm already seven years in our yours seventy seven years it's gummy us i.
"merv griffin" Discussed on Post Show Recaps
"Maybe sarcasm doesn't translate it all on the internet this is what i'm learning now i think we're fine it's good the people who get it really get an eventually somewhere down the road of rails catch up all right so our let's get into talking about the cartoon originally aired january twenty nine nineteen ninety eight and key but i for the most part i did enjoy the car tuna much like last week with the reverse people i feel like that this was a smaller in scale episode i'm yes to a degree i mean you could argue the kathy griffin stuff gets a little cargonet accurate the little big time line get sped up how about that like in nothing there is unrealistic but all of that happening in what seems like weeks at most is unrealistic yeah her career really takes off in this world so we'll get into all that written by bruce eric caplina now what else has he done cave this is only the second episode he wrote he wrote another episode early this season he's actually best known for i think he actually was a new yorker cartoonists i'll which is like what what made him think of this mmhmm um and he's also known as back be a k that's like his that's when when you see him in the new yorker that's right but his his most famous episode is the merv griffin okay all right keyvani let's dive in with a jerry in kramer what against you're talking about how you esaf is the scam they still have unicef yeah i don't think it were business unless it really was a scam how do kids still cover round like with the cardboard box in like collect coins from people it's probably mostly over the internet the only fair remember about unicef is maybe this is a scam now is you know how soccer teams were football for our international listeners um they had they have a sponsor on their jersey and again say the team name yeah so i remember like so it'll say like carlsberg beer you know newcastle united crossborder so for rail madrid one of the biggest teams in europe one time they like they want to work at a deal with unicef and instead of like budweiser paying a a team like fifty million dollars you to be on their kit as they call it in england.
"merv griffin" Discussed on WPRO 630AM
"I am not a pervert the prices wrecked so cps is just like if it's not broke don't fix say he let it roll right along reggina got the rest of the list here i know you like your tv show there also bringing back on the family i'm wearing glenn miller play gene the fao would like be topic of boycotts what do you think he make such a good point could you could you imagine that air in tonight everything is picked apart could never a boy constantly deals also archie bunker further bringing back on the family gonna bring back maude fissionable merv griffin just go beyond four o'clock opposite alan dinnie enderle merv griffin when you were a kid though though i hope now that was a that was kramer rose i am i thought you deny pretending to be johnny carson johnny carson this a true story made anthony film you're in the basement my brother somehow got a hold of an old like dunkin' donuts security camera unaware found maybe a friend had it was an old was called of hi coa and this is one security cameras were like huge mount that up on the ceiling so my brother brings this thing home you and it worked so i get down to the basement i hope it up i put on a tripod johnny carson i set up a little sue i set the stage right with a desk at everything i turned a camera on i see on television king of king gene listen to this i run the i run a a cable up to my grandmother of my grandmothers apartment on the second floor to she could see it sure i'm in my basement do wanna talk show who who gene other brotherhood it'd be my brother uncle phil you i wish i had a picture those two who's the mic guy on the empty wasn't like douglasmade let's go to mike mike douglas was on eight o'clock at night okay gun was syndicated you'll metromedia net was with wallows in cbs' no my doug lissette night dinah shore dinish at a great show i went to stay hold on let me i can revise merv griffin was on at night merv he was on at eight o'clock cake mike douglas on in the afternoon searching he was also syndicate who and dinah shore.
"merv griffin" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Today we call it frequency hopping heavy stories largely unknown to the public partly because she didn't talk about it much herself self here's sarah in an interview in nineteen sixty nine on the merv griffin show just hinting about it tell me something i didn't know what i wanna be a i mean very simple come back but she finally receive professional acknowledgment by fellow inventors just three years before her death for decades screenwriters and producers have been trying to tell haiti's story hollywood has never been interested but now popular culture has finally caught up with the real heady and new documentary bombshell hair at the tribeca film festival in new york this spring and you will run on pbs next year and a television miniseries is also in the works that will dig down further into her inventive side today we're going to revisit the brilliance of heavy lamar and why telling her story is so important and why weren't telling it now my let me introduce my guest anne krueger actress narrator in the recent documentary bombshell and she will portray heady in a forthcoming tv series about eighty lamar i woke up to site friday i i think added nice to have you are richard roads author of haiti's folly the life fend breakthrough inventions of heavy lamar the most beautiful woman in the world at sir that's the book he wrote he's joining us from moon bay california welcome to signed friday fake here i i'll let me ask you rich juda as heavyset herself a nineteen sixty nine she was very simple complicated person she was complicated i don't know about triple whatever who have i the do great value of going to the hollywood party at putting editor at the table with a red herring put behind her coming up with it good that that at the pope her foot dan a year someone who hadn't heard of haiti story until richards book came out and and now you're attached to these two project it's about her what makes her so compelling to you i regret back with a story on what weight attacking her because he already have different credit for live coming to the us from austria here cooking the or can in freeing banmiller on a boat to the us you're higher her arm after the actor and and in her spare time arco non trained engineer coming up with frequent hopping ages myself completely and crowd by her story let's.