11 Burst results for "Mr Roper"

"mr roper" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:24 min | 1 year ago

"mr roper" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"So popular. I wasn't a huge fan of the TV show, were you, Bruce? Did you watch the show at all? I did watch it. I think it was actually It was interesting because it was more like comical. Yeah, it was actually musical. So I guess maybe that was the why it attracted more people. Maybe. Yes, And they had didn't have like a monkey mobile and everything like, uh, They had a car May I think made by George Barris who did the Batmobile and all those other cars, But anyway, it was they were. They were actually they weren't a band. It was the producers of the show. Got these. These musicians put them all together, called him the monkeys. And then they started putting out albums and stuff. Well, they turned into very interesting and roll band. Yeah, right. And they are actually and they're actually doing a tour here with two of the surviving members of the band. They're doing one last tour here, and they're coming to Milwaukee. Wow. Really, Very cool. Uh, um I would see them I would see the monkeys out of fun. Alright, old fogeys right that. Remember them from the TV show. Alright, this next shouting this out or is it We're just shouting out about this natural changes it in midstream. This next TV series began in 1977. Uh, company? Yes. Uh, thank you. That's right. It aired for eight seasons. And it's based on a British sitcom called Man About the house. And remember who started this. John Ritter. Yes. Um, you know, you know, purse choice to win. Yeah, yes, and who played Christine most of the time anyways? It was Chrissy again. There was three different people, I think. Yeah, it started as the original was Suzanne Somers. Alright? He was the original Chrissy Snow. Yeah, a lot of fun. And then for a while, wasn't Mr with Mr Roper. Mr. Roper was what was his name, Charlie. Uh um, uh, done. Nats was on there. He was on there for a while, too, but not the original. Yeah, I can't remember. All right. Well, we've got that one. Alright. Pretty good. Yeah, I know. It's a lot of fun. It brings back a lot of memories doing this. Next one began in 63..

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"mr roper" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

07:46 min | 1 year ago

"mr roper" Discussed on KQED Radio

"With one another strike up conversations. And so it looks like the route map of the biggest airline you've ever known, You know, just tons of connections. And those new connections may be the source of things like synesthesia, where you can actually smell musical notes and that maybe, you know one sense communicating to another. They may be the source of new insights and new metaphors. You know, it's that dots are connected in a new way. And and that's the next step is to really figure out the connectivity of the brain on psychedelics and where the novel perceptions come from, and that's going to tell us a lot going to be exciting. Yeah. So better audience wants to hear one more. And so I thought we would turn to LSD. Okay, You're a little obsessed with LSD. I noticed Um, re feeling wide open. Is that where we should start? Yeah. Okay. Um, yes. So I had this moment. I had another guided trip with a really skilled guide. A man who is German, and he was Son of a Nazi. The guy who ran the entertainment shows for the Nazis, the USO of of the Third Reich. And, um, but works here and, uh, it's not the most obvious choice for me, but I just had a feeling about this guy. Um and I had expected all these kind of visual fireworks and things, but as well, It was all about my relationships. I kept seeing my My wife and my son and my parents. And it was a very kind of, um, uh, lots of, um love and vulnerability. This cascade of love. Um, so I'll just read you a brief passage from it and the kind of compassion that came out of this which surprised me. This was unfamiliar territory for me, and not at all where I expected to find myself on LSD. I hadn't traveled very far from home instead of the demons and angels and various other entities I was expecting to meet. I was having a series of encounters with the people in my family. I visited each of them in turn the music setting the tone, and the emotions came over me in great waves, whether of admiration for my sisters and mother who I whom I pictured seated around a horseshoe shaped table like the U. N, each of them representing a different ideal of feminine strength. Gratitude or compassion, especially for my father, a man both driven and pursued for much of his life and someone whom before this moment I'd never before fully imagined as a son. Son of ferociously demanding parents. Flood tide of compassion, overflowed its banks and leaked into some unexpected places like my fourth grade music class. Here. I inexplicably inexplicably encountered poor Mr Roper, his earnest young man in a cheap suit, who in spite of heroic efforts could not get us to give about the sections of an orchestra he mapped on the board. Are the characters of the various instruments, no matter how many times he played Peter and the wolf for us As he paced the classroom. In this excitement, we would wait in breathless suspense for him to step on one of the upturn thumbtacks we placed in his path a a thrill for which we were willing to risk staying after school in detention. Who was this, Mr Roper? Really? Why couldn't we see that? Behind the cartoon figure we tortured so mercilessly was no doubt a decent guy who wanted nothing more than to ignite in us His passion for music. Unthinking cruelty of Children. That phrase sent a quick shiver of shame through me. But then what a surfeit of compassion I must be feeling to spare that much for Mr Roper. Yeah, I'll Centeon beings, all sentient beings. Yeah. Thank you. So as you start to amass these experiences, um and they settle into your nervous system and your psyche. I just wanted to get your thinking about how I mean, how do you write about these experiences? They have so many They're really, you know, That's what that was the hard problem I set myself when I realized I was going to write a book that was going to include some of my journeys, and it's not the whole book. It's It's You know, it's a couple parts of the book, and that was kind of the Everest that I kept walking toward, and and I didn't know how he's going to do it because I looked at a lot of trip reports online and they're frankly, not Very good and very interesting things to read. And, you know, talking about your dreams never works and listening to other people's dreams. There's nothing more boring. And so how is I going to do this? And and I worried about it a lot. And you know al Dous Huxley. You know Paul balls. There's a couple good. Accounts, and I studied them closely. But in the event I was really worried about it. But in the event, it turned out to be great fun to write about. And at a certain point, I found a voice that worked and I found a way to deal with the inevitability. Question. How do you do that? Well, The by being very frank with my reader, Basically by telling the reader um there's a There's a very harrowing trip on on something called five Meo DMT, where all the It's got a few fans out there. Um, Yeah, this is the smoked venom of the Sonoran Desert Toad. I'm not kidding. Somebody figured that out. Um And that there were none of the elements of story here. There was no place no space. There was no time and there was no self okay. Those are the three elements you need to create a narrative and I had none of them. Um, should you read the passage? Do we have time? Yes. Page 2 79. I got it. Okay, so you you smoke this and, um it comes on very strong and you take one puff and I have no memory of ever having exhaled or of being lowered onto the mattress and covered with a blanket. All at once. I felt a tremendous rush of energy fill my head accompanied by a punishing roar. I managed barely to squeeze out the words I had prepared trust and surrender. These became my mantra, but they seem utterly pathetic. Wishful scraps of paper in the face of this category five mental Hurricane A terror seized me and then, like one of those flimsy wooden houses erected on bikini atoll to be blown up in the nuclear tests, I was no more blasted to a confetti cloud by an explosive force. I could no longer locate in my head. Because it had exploded that to expanding to become all that there was whatever this was, it was not a hallucination. Hallucination implies a reality and a point of reference and an entity to have it. None of those things remained. Unfortunately, the terror didn't disappear with the extinction of my eye. Whatever allowed me to register this experience, the post egoist awareness I had first experienced on mushrooms was now consumed in the flames of terror to in fact, every Touchstone that tells us I exist was annihilated. And yet I remain conscious. Is this What death feels like? Could this be it? That was the thought, though there was no longer a thinker to have it here. Words fail, and this is where I address the inevitability in if ability issue in truth, there were no flames. No blast. No thermonuclear Storm. I'm grasping at metaphor in the hopes of forming some stable and share a bowl concept..

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"mr roper" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

09:31 min | 1 year ago

"mr roper" Discussed on KQED Radio

"What's the value of that experience really little last in the enduring value? She said. Well, you've had a taste of another perspective, a way to react to things less defensive. Let's let's trigger happy as egos tend to be And you can cultivate that. And I said, How do you cultivate that? And she said, well through meditation, for example, Um, you know, I mean, if you think about it, that's that's where the meditator is trying to go, although I know trying is not what you're supposed to do when you meditate. Um But who doesn't? Right? Um And and indeed it's true. I mean, I have I can I can I can revisit that state of consciousness through meditation. And that's where the neuroscientists are starting to arrive. You know, friends like your that like that, Roland Griffiths, you know, and Judson Brewer right? That meditation and yoga and prayer and contemplation and They're all I think outdoors experiences big trees. We know in the case of meditation, and we will discover in the case of these other activities. That meditation also lowers activity in the default mode Network. So when the there's a guy who wasn't yell at the time Jet Brewer who was studying the minds of meditators, and he would have very experienced meditators getting the fMRI and image their brains. As they're meditating and their brains look just like the soul Simon trippers, which is really interesting. So my guess is all these kind of self transcendence activities, Whether it's the experience of awe that you've been studying, or the sensory deprivation or fasting or prayer or rhythmic music or certain kinds of yoga breathing exercises. They're probably all working the same way by depressing this network and, um and that feels good because I think very often the ego is Very harsh ruler and escaped from it. Um Breaks through our isolation and gives us the sense of connection to a larger entity than ourselves. What you call the small self that happens during the odd experience. Were liberated from that, um, that egomaniac, But I still feel there's going to be more on the neuroscience that it's not just the deactivation of a particular system. They're going to be other processing. I'm sure it's more complicated. And in fact, one other complication we do know about is that When this when the default mode network goes down Robin Carhart Harris has also imaged what the traffic patterns in the brain and I produced this illustration in the book, and it's fascinating. And, uh, and the brain on a placebo has a few big kind of interstate highways linking the visual cortex to the default mode network to the you know. Other sensory, um and and then on the psilocybin experience. You take the default mode network out of the equation and all these brain networks that don't ordinarily communicate with one another strike up conversations. And so it looks like the route map of the biggest airline you've ever known, You know, just tons of connections. And those new connections may be the source of things like synesthesia, where you can actually smell musical notes and that maybe, you know one sense communicating to another. They may be the source of new insights and new metaphors. You know, it's that dots are connected in a new way. And, and that's the next step is to really figure out the connectivity of the brain on psychedelics and where the novel perceptions come from, and that's going to tell us a lot going to be exciting. Yeah, so I better audience wants to hear one more. And so I thought we would turn to LSD. Okay, Um, you're a little obsessed with LSD. I noticed Um, re feeling wide open. Is that where we should start? Yeah. Okay. Um, yes. So I had this moment. I had another guided trip with a really skilled guide. A man who is German, and he was The son of a Nazi, The guy who ran the entertainment shows for the Nazis, the USO of of the Third Reich. And, um, but works here and, uh, it's not the most obvious choice for me, but I just had a feeling about this guy. Um and I had expected all these kind of visual fireworks and things, but as well, It was all about my relationships. I kept seeing my My wife and my son and my parents. And it was a very kind of, um, uh, lots of, um love and vulnerability. This cascade of love. Um, so I'll just read you a brief passage from it and the kind of compassion that came out of this which surprised me. This was unfamiliar territory for me, and not at all where I expected to find myself on LSD. I hadn't traveled very far from home instead of the demons and angels and various other entities I was expecting to meet. I was having a series of encounters with the people in my family. I visited each of them in turn the music setting the tone, and the emotions came over me in great waves, whether of admiration for my sisters and mother who I whom I pictured seated around a horseshoe shaped table like the U. N, each of them representing a different ideal of feminine strength. Gratitude or compassion, especially for my father, a man both driven and pursued for much of his life and someone whom before this moment I'd never before fully imagined as a son. Son of ferociously demanding parents. Flood tide of compassion, overflowed its banks and leaked into some unexpected places like my fourth grade music class. Here. I inexplicably inexplicably encountered poor Mr Roper, this earnest young man in a cheap suit, who in spite of heroic efforts could not get us to give about the sections of an orchestra he mapped on the board. Or the characters of the various instruments, no matter how many times he played Peter and the wolf for us As he paced the classroom and his excitement. We would wait in breathless suspense for him to step on one of the upturned thumbtacks we placed in his path a a thrill for which we were willing to risk staying after school in detention. Who was this, Mr Roper? Really? Why couldn't we see that? Behind the cartoon figure we tortured so mercilessly was no doubt a decent guy who wanted nothing more than to ignite in us His passion for music. Unthinking cruelty of Children. That phrase sent a quick shiver of shame through me. But then what a surfeit of compassion I must be feeling to spare that much for Mr Roper. Oh, all sentient beings, all sentient beings. Yeah. Uh huh. Thank you. So as you start to amass these experiences, um and they settle into your nervous system and your psyche. I just wanted to get your thinking about how I mean, how do you write about these experiences? They have so many They're really, you know, That's what that was the hard problem I set myself when I realized I was going to write a book that was going to include some of my journeys, and it's not the whole book. It's It's no, no, it's It's a couple parts of the book, and that was kind of the Everest that I kept walking toward. And um and I didn't know how I was going to do it because I looked at a lot of trip reports online and they're frankly, not Very good and very interesting things to read. And you know you're talking about your dreams never works and listening to other people's dreams. There's nothing more boring. And so how is I going to do this? And and I worried about it a lot. And you know al Dous Huxley. You know Paul balls. There's a couple good. Accounts, and I studied them closely. But in the event I was really worried about it. But in the event, it turned out to be great fun to write about. And at a certain point I found a voice that worked and I found a way to deal with the inevitability. Question. How do you do that? Well, The by being very frank with my reader, Basically by telling the reader um there's a There's a very harrowing trip on on something called five Meo DMT. Where all the it's got a few fans out there. Um, Yeah. This is the smoked venom of the Sonoran Desert Toad. I'm not kidding. Somebody figured that out. Um And that there were none of the elements of story here. There was no place no space. There was no time and there was no self. Okay. Those are the three elements you need to create a narrative and I had none of them. Oh, um, Should you read the passage? Mm. Do we have time? Yes. Page 79. I got it. Okay, so you you smoke this and it comes on very strong and you take one puff and I have no memory of ever having exhaled or of being lowered onto the mattress and covered with a blanket. All at once. I felt a tremendous rush of energy fill my head accompanied by a punishing roar. I managed barely to squeeze out the words I had prepared trust and surrender. These became my mantra, but they seem utterly pathetic. Wishful scraps of paper in the face of this Category. Five Mental HURRICANE terror.

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"mr roper" Discussed on UFC Unfiltered with Jim Norton and Matt Serra

UFC Unfiltered with Jim Norton and Matt Serra

05:19 min | 1 year ago

"mr roper" Discussed on UFC Unfiltered with Jim Norton and Matt Serra

"My listening to everybody. Hear me okay. Back to you do then. You would be stuttering. I might throw a joke. I always told you. I hated it behind that fucking analyst ex when we used to do it on fox. Yeah i have nightmares of that shit. I remember just looking at like right now. we're talking. this is fun. I remember talking to tell them my point. I've met about fucking rda. Whoever the fuck we talk. I'm looking at him. I saw it is is not given up a almost like a done. Because i'm going to say and people in our ear telling us to to wrap what i walked out of l. and soon i don't wanna be in a fucking suit over the because i love the play dress for me. Play dress up one and what you play address with sweaters. What are you. Oh man withers sweaters our ask outlets friday at ascott. It's like a scarf tie you put it in the old thurston how to third used to wear one. You know what. I was talking about hitting. Watch three's company back in the day. Yeah for mr roper. Go choose one early harvester. Roper for this mr roper enough and other people said i looked like i don't like that now i don't think i look like the guy but there's certain things but listen. I was funny. He's always out trying to pick up the ladies man and he's goofy and then he by trying to find the fucking not missed the early stocks for these kids. These kids got a they got a google. Three's company throwing miss the early anyway. This the roper just hopped in. You know what gets you on this. We have to find out what jimmy norton. I don't like conan full name. I call you tom. Just call jimmy bird. I wanna find out what he thinks between who was the earliest to. Let's ask them.

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"mr roper" Discussed on Hyperbrole: A Comedy Advice Podcast

Hyperbrole: A Comedy Advice Podcast

05:34 min | 1 year ago

"mr roper" Discussed on Hyperbrole: A Comedy Advice Podcast

"Good name. That's true and then they look good for you as well so looking. Skinless back glowing. Yeah they love the nail file nature. Here's a nail file hangers a little squashed squashed and you know the bottom. This early butter up it's to bring it's a detachment it goes to the Matter of fact. I hear the few brand new ones i keep up a by. Its for instance it cleans. It's supposed to shower and it cleans the woman who wants to use it and it's it's filtered water. It's it's probing. i brush my teeth with it. It's something that it's flavored toothpaste. Yeah i like that. So yeah of those kind of things girls like it. They like the bass thing so you know by them. Something goes into the bathroom. That good on you talk about that. Salt central i get them. Talk fast salts and candles and you know generic wine ask these montana but that's about it you know little here or there may be schwarzie crystal there but that's about it. You got about bad great there you go there you go. That's what what a bunch of great solutions for this person. So i feel like we kind of nailed that one we can go to the next and last it says. Is it rude to make a gift in front of the recipient. I'm going to a friend's house to watch a movie. I am knitting a baby blanket for her which she knows about so. She could approve the style rude for me to knit the blanket in front of her watching a movie as a solid block. A time to work on it. Does she know about the nitty granola unity. Me something because my my aunt used to knit a sweater. And i was going for me. Is you know that's somebody else. But he was was for me so who she would do it in front of me. I think for somebody else and then she gave it to him. All right man look look like you got some seventies cheesy sweater. But i'll back then but when my aunt a sweater sweater but goes that for me. It's not were on it and we're going to for you all you got a so. She didn't run with them. But what do you. What i wanna know. People nowadays would just on pixel textiles. Or you know that kind of thing right yeah there yeah exactly. Just buy something for them. Why are you wasting your time. Yeah i mean. I think that's really smart because if you put in all that effort to make a really shitty sweater and they're like oh they feel like they have to wear it or even worse for you they throw it away and you're like what happened that sweater and like oh cost and you're like maybe i spend eighty hours on this. Look like mr roper. From three's company. What's going on.

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"mr roper" Discussed on The Kirk Minihane Show

The Kirk Minihane Show

05:21 min | 1 year ago

"mr roper" Discussed on The Kirk Minihane Show

"Where christopher in tony become convinced that meadows highschool boyfriend is actually a undercover cop. Like looking into his. Actually it was. The kind of that can medically christopher kinda as one of the teachers at the school with all ends of the dance at the school. It is done sort of as the a story. It was pretty good. I mean the hammer we wrote or not but that was the big fan of like. I think it's hard to write like existing shows in that language because they're so good at When you all ends at a dance. I was thinking like a big dance. Scene is a dance. But no buts interesting justin. Well there you go so you're guys are working on stuff now for Sock yes so we will produce it this week and then send it to you and see if you like them. That's the goal. You know what. I've decided this. I've decided over the last couple of days. I don't wanna see them. I want to see them feelings interesting. I've heard some big ideas. Well we'll see. And also this. Dave i'm gonna let you adjusted the two of you It'll be a little surprise. On friday when i click here. You guys pick. Who's going to be in studio mike seat on friday. Oh wow that's welcome mike. Portnoy or rear admiral. I'm guessing be created. You know. I don't want anybody who was a wrestler and think that is created. Well okay to know and you know. I only quietly kwan. Christmas from do hampshire do the show on this week. What's up. He's a new yorker. This week remember. No i don't what do you mean you took the case. You took a vaca- on vacation so we can't can't use them anyway. So let's Be creative all right. The choice is yours the floors it could be a very quick show cooking here friday and look at somebody. I don't wanna see to me. That's just leaving him. We'll see the creativity at work here. What else going on What did you think of dc taco day quitting to the empire state building. Which you think of that i did. I don't know who tyler is. Good riddance real. Hush shit tyler is a friend of the kirkman hint show. I think he's the one behind the scenes helping out people who care about things as opposed to people who don't not anymore. I think we're fucked in that department or the name. I don't think i've ever dealt with them. But i saw. He's assad dave's assaulted dave's reaction so he's leaving barstool to become the social media manager of the empire state building. Isn't that like like like like book men on good times or something or like the schneider on one day at a time. Where they just like a manager like joe cashing the super. They run like mr roper. You just gonna run up building. What does he king kong. What's he going to tweet lake. Hey just update like power is back on four thirty two or like. It's chilly tuesday. Now that the cats. It's a job where everyone is now. Decided that everything needs a social media team so i i can't imagine it'll be doing well. They have that's a fair fair. It's a massive tour spot normally like in in good time you know if it goes to new york city on vacation. Generally on the spots he goes he goes central. Park brought with go. The empire state building. Eight vince there. Oh sure promoting. I'm sure that were jump off wednesday's or something like i don't know what i made. That's my joke. I figured it's i'm sure. They have events because they have tenants in there so they probably have to You know have ten in events in the lobby and stuff like that. She'd be like you mean like you saw this guy left barstool which is a massive company to tweet to like tweet out. Hey it's casual friday tomorrow. Make sure you're you're right. I wish i don't know him whatsoever. And he seems he seemed like a really really into barstool. Everything i saw him. I have to imagine it was a financial decisions. I think i think it's for the glitz and glamour of the statements. That way. i'll tell you any any flies on david pain right. I think that's part of it. But i can just tell them you've talked about it like for job like that. He has right now. That is all day. Long all consuming. 'cause like i can't walk away from it so the empire state building you know one second at the empire state building. They do turn out the lights. So yeah so occasionally. They're not. they're not. They're not like on a sunday afternoon. I don't think tyler day has to worry about what's going at the empire state building. I don't think he's doing this. Shit lake Tweeting clips of live sports and shit. That's gotta be brutal time was because you've got to be up on ever right. And i think he i saw a policy and he did a great job and i'm sure he did as if he's supportive of the showed. We have a three allies. There you just mentioned not one of them you know. I mean that's really about it. I think we ought dave right now. Dave erica guests. Dan and kevin i. So i would say i would take that group. It'd be okay with it. That's what we have other people to your bosco. Is i know he still works at the company..

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"mr roper" Discussed on Couples Therapy

Couples Therapy

06:58 min | 1 year ago

"mr roper" Discussed on Couples Therapy

"Yeah no no no. No you're right you're right. You're right definitely. It's definitely that less stressful to write a note for me then to continue living in fear of heading their car to have the competition with the landlord though. Well i mean a landlord in la. She'll management company. They're not going to now. It's not we're not it is on the sitcoms. They're not in your house every day. They're not even on. Mr roper took over take care of born in nineteen. I was about to say you don't roper. Most recent time has even eighty year old woman in his heart. Exactly mr roper dots or the gun nuts okay. So was he the second one. He was the second one. I thought i was it. Mrs mr rope. Three's company i your other show. I need everyone to know that i'm president. But let the record show mabel. Did pee on the ottoman. And i'm just you know cry. Ages audit has covered. But you know they'll seep through to cover all no. Do you need to pause. Take your cap. Just keeps making appearances day. I'm living for that. So how you just say you just have the door and you say you loud. Here's a bottle of wine. What's killing kill them with kindness. Yeah let's just the best. That's right is that i also lyndon threaten the lawyer always people were records have record and it's like have you guys met before right. Is this just the disembodied noise or have you met this person yet right. Because i was gonna be like. Hey we're your new upstairs neighbors. Yeah you know and just can even say like you know. We hear the tv like really loud below. Is there any way you could turn it down or it of course with the gift. Because you're like. Hey i wanna i wanna start fresh. I wanna start clean like they. May he may not know or be paying attention to the fact that oh someone lives up there now. Like yeah person and also. How long has it's been going on because this is person still alive or did they die watching fast and the furious. Wow okay they just play the dvd menu going on for hours and hours. Let me check on them or maybe just played like your own music so loud. That's passive aggressive elisa. Manelli at like to play this game. Yeah do one more. And this is of course another voicemail. Of course. I like actually giving advice. Because i was give advice like meetings like in my car but like i i can actually do it. You know people here to listen to me. Give an unsolicited all the time we go. Hey indian naomi No how to really word this. But i'm in a relationship with a person for six years to really laws like a lot like a lot. But here's a brother and He i don't. I don't get along with them off and crosses his buckingham. You know what. I mean if i didn't have to deal with him Like every day we all used to work at the same place Now only me in the brotherhood as my boyfriend got a better job which is great. I love him. And i wanted to be happy but i i have to drive them home. Sometimes i have did like. I don't know i think you know i think terrible because he's pretty racist own racist right that's it. He's just he's offices and all these things and is he single with one person actually gender And then i. I wanna know what he's saying about me to my boyfriend's lafley boyfriend we'll spend tells me and it makes me upset and then it's caused the fiber to meal boyfriend and i'm like i know i shouldn't be asking if i can't handle it or whatever it just makes me so upset because like for example we had like a sigh or movie Over like a bed sheet or something. Because i thought it was ours and he has the same color or whatever it was going to key to bedsheet like. He was throwing the best way. The point i feel like she's in your with us. What's number grease it up. Still even though. I them. And i as like i went to my boyfriend and i said i apologized like i feel like maybe i did too much or whatever and how do i like. Say this to him. Because i don't i talk because i don't like him and whatever whatever and i talked to him or time i've listened and i'm like god is okay whatever and then i go and i try to apologize this person and they still fucking brings it up about me. And i'm like freaking apologized. I try to me. I was wrong to a to the out. Because i can't follow being wrong is the worst thing in the frigging world. It was just not a racist dispersed than being wrong. Okay this you guys as always we like to remind you. There is a three minute limit. And this one dig it. Cut off at two. I do recommend some india suggested it like maybe you do a voice memo or some if you wanna call it access products but you can always like email them. I like hearing your voice. Wars me know how in deep three or three minutes short nick timer So i time falling along with that one so she she her brother. Her brother-in-law is friends. Brother is a racist that she works with and he hates him and he's mad about a bed sheet in there's a bedsheet. Yeah what happened with the bedsheet. No i think he i it yes they had guess he lives with them and he more more out. He had a similar color. I will get a new job. Stop working with the new job. Well i don't know what she just get fired for being a racist..

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"mr roper" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

The Michael Berry Show

06:25 min | 1 year ago

"mr roper" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

"Just. Jj florida james. Her husband the woman who would come what was a woman who would come in remote is before your time. That was a show the woman who would come in that always had some drama the maintenance man all the old shows those days had a maintenance man what was the movie was the tv. Show with valerie bertinelli. No no no no. Maybe i got her name wrong. Welcome back kotter. There was always a maintenance man in those are the landlord. Three's company had to lay mr roper. Who would come down. It was such an interesting truce situational comedy. I don't know what's on tv now. So i can't compare and contrast. I just know that whatever's on tv. Now's not any good. Because i'm old and grumpy. And i don't watch tv now. And when i was young optimistic those shows were good in. That show was really good so a friend of mine. A friend of mine is on the committee for a small town little bit out outside of houston and they were. They were looking at doing there. They start their parade every year. A year out so july fifth. They start looking at next year's july fourth parade and one of the people submitted as a as a potential As a potential Grand marshal jj from good times in this person offered up that the he had the he had a connection to j. They were not personal friends but he knew somebody who knew. Jj and he thought he could get him at a good price. And i thought okay all right that's as one. That's one suggestion. Do you have any more. But then i got to thinking so part of the package from. Jj mutual friend was that there would be a fee and try to keep it reasonable since it was july four. Now if you want him you know any other time going jacket up you pay him for. Jj you just jj's not just going to show up and say dynamite. Five hundred forty three times and take a bunch of photos for free okay. It's gonna it's gonna cost is gonna cost you big money but on july fourth it'd be patriots man. Could you deal but part of the deal is the yet to set up a tent afterwards. Where jj signs autographs for fee. And i think maybe cells. Jj t shirt or something. I mean is probably a bunch of dino my turtlenecks somewhere out there. That you know. They don't go sell themselves. But i got to thinking how much how much you figure. Jj gets paid to come be partial of small town. July fourth parades. How does that conversation go rang. Ray say hello cookie. Hallo girl allows to clip. Jj we got It's jimmy. Isn't it israel jimmy. You remember them. Oh i like to think of this. Jj so i like to think his agent or promoter pastor or friend or high school classmate whoever does his bookings. Okay jimmy walker. Yeah so how does that conversation. Go rain rain so hey jim you got a minute. Yeah so we got a coup- offers come in okay. What yeah okay. We got a mall opening in lake charles and then when she doing appearance okay how much. I don't know what should we ask. But listen to this. I might be able to route this. Because i got a request from just outside of houston from this little town. You never heard of as so. They're wanting you there. If they want you for july four. If i can tie lake charles in and we could maybe get you something in lafayette that would be. We would get three of we mail but it. I mean have to take the honda accord on the road. And make a show of this thing we might. We might call it the. Jj reunion tour. How does that work. Are you sitting on the. Are you sitting on the sidewalk. And here comes the parade and everybody's excited july fourth parade and you're sitting on the sidewalk and the town is all white by the way not that it matters because audience for good times was probably eighty five percent were also and there's grandma and she's got a little grandbaby and they're all. They're all geared up in their red white and blue. I mean red white and blue with a lot of glitter girls like glitter. They've got red white and blue everything. Now it's hot 'cause it's houston. Area is july. Four and so yeah. There's there's never any cover. I don't know why there's never any covering never any cover anywhere because people don't seem to realize that shades cooler so you're sitting on the sidewall got your position. I'm in day started. Great filled good patriotic. Red white blue. You bought the gear. The kids got to face painting on. We've had some candy at this point. We're filling ago got red white and blue nail polish red white and blue everything. Oh you're combs okay. Who who who's the guy in the front grandma. Why honey. That's jj from good times. She firetruck behind your. Oh honey tesa back. In the day you get home. Three o'clock turn on tv..

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"mr roper" Discussed on Sips, Suds, & Smokes

Sips, Suds, & Smokes

03:50 min | 1 year ago

"mr roper" Discussed on Sips, Suds, & Smokes

"And now it's time yes it sip and time again. Hello and welcome to this episode. Where everything good in life is worth discussing as always. We are the best thing on it two am. I don't think so. I think the reruns of gilligan's island are no on ginger. Oh come on ginger freak marianne absolutely you know what all good things in life worth worth discussing on this show. Why not both. Why not go. Well one could dream but that will never happen. That's just that's more than a mortal. It's trey i'm sorry. Well yeah how about yeah okay. Yeah that's going to happen. Sure it is. Yeah and jack. Tripper wasn't asleep where they either one of those two girls. Either sister roper. Wouldn't allow it. If i'm not sure mr roper wouldn't involve looking outfits man. He was a little bit weird. We didn't have the spirit mullet down to. I think i have those dance. Had those pants. You're wearing your list. Your panthers sans a belt and they're not pants they're slacks just ba- ooh and the white patent leather shoes. Welcome to tamarack. He's got velcro frasier exit. This is made ma'am me today on the show man. Kay you guys promised somebody to the show. You goes undoing shackles. Holding me in today right. I told you can't have all you have to share. Dammit there's only a seven fifty you have to share. We have to tie down to make him drink. Scotch scotch today by the way kyrie handmade man maury good morning. Bob excited to be here in the basement today morning. Bob now is bribe print with boiled peanuts to drink scotch. I was there and you good. Oh boy harmeet to you. Bob made man made man. You made the bourbon. Mafia name. don't wear out. What do you call guy flow in the ocean when their arms and no legs. Bob i call him one of my victims anyway. So we're going to be tasting some interesting honest. So sketchy kaci. Scotch scotch the spiritual. It'd be tasting today from valentine mount. We have there are more eight year. We have their royal Twelve year we have their brooke. Wate fifteen we have a time to twenty and the last one firm valid or wait. We've got the an inch cower twenty one and then the last one from valjean mallet is the one that come on brad brent. Get back to the tape. He's sitting in the corner rocking back and forth with the bottle. That's a lack of an eight year and touch. Water to my. He literally poured a bottle of water. Last malet mallet and the last one that we have is orphaned barrel. The orphan barrel mucketty muck so we have justin do our sips ratings. Shangqiu bob warn ship. Give me a glass of water to wash out my mouth. I think laura your doctor check him out since he sounds pretty much like. You normally does to me now.

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"mr roper" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

06:48 min | 2 years ago

"mr roper" Discussed on KGO 810

"Chip Franklin on KGO. We've been talking about vaccines all day long, because I was fortunate enough to get one yesterday and it's getting real quick to Sally before we go to our guest. Sally Hi s so you're in our nets are in and you've been trying to volunteer and what's wrong? I have been trying to 3.5 weeks. I've called the local fire department, the local hospital, and the only response that I've gotten was from the County, But there was they are only saying they're only asking for volunteers to work. 10 hour days, four days a week, and I'm 73 years old. I've been retired for a while. I don't want to work that much. You can go on your airline, but I've haven't. I'm telling my son to do this. He lives in San Diego, and I'm telling him That their places like these big down there they place called Petco Park, which is like you know, there's a baseball stadium and they're looking for people to do, like four hour shifts on if you do like 34 our ships to get a vaccination, so they're getting a lot of people. But you gotta go online and you gotta give yourself security number and that it's a big background check. So Um, but it doesn't bother me. But the problem is that They're you know, they're saying go all the way I have. I live in the East Bay. I don't want to have to drive all the way over to, you know, to the city and Oakland. I'm not. You know, I don't I don't want to do that. And I I get it. Do me a favor, sending email and I'll see what I can find it on email. You chip it. Chip franklin dot com If you remember that, Okay. Will guilt. All right. So you're my well. Thank Thor. Okay, Thanks a lot. Be safe out there. Okay. All right. So we've been talking about this about moratoriums on evictions for a long time. Um And I was ah, landlord for a short period of time with a friend of mine. It was a nightmare. I would never do it. It was he couldn't evict. People and people were screwed stuff up, and it was hard to get paid. We eventually sold the thing. And I think I made like $500 or some stupid like that, And we have like 10 apartments. It was a nightmare. So I do have a certain amount of empathy for them. But the question really is is this. You know what What point You. Do you look at landlords and you say, Huh? You know, do we have to do we really have to help them? Joining me right now is Oliver Dunford. He's an attorney. The eye you with the Pacific Legal Foundation. Oliver, Do you work with those guys? Or is this a separate I'm sorry. Yes, I'm a lawyer with prof. Yes. Okay, good. All right, um, very impressive. Vaio here and you, You know, I gotta ask you, Um I love it. They follow the Cleveland Indians to, um Are you ready for the new name? Uh huh. Yeah, we're getting ready. Okay, were nervous, but we're getting ready. S so let's just talk about this 1st 2nd. Obviously, landlords that air good landlords and I'm not gonna Suppose that most aren't let's just say that you know if you're good landlord, and you've been good to your tenants, and the state comes in and says, Guess what? You don't get any money anymore. Uhm what's happening when we don't talk as much about landlords as we do about tenants? Yeah, And and the Blue Morning concert in San Francisco, Um, says that certain commercial tenants if they've been impacted by the cold, a pandemic. Don't have to pay rent if they can't and they're supposed to establish that, But who knows on then toward depending on how big the tenant is on that's based on the number of employees. Have a certain amount of time and after the moratorium hands to repay the rent, I'm so small landlords. Those we have nine or fewer employees have 24 months after the moratorium ends to repay the rent. On the moratorium right now is scheduled to end at the end of next month. And you say it's a tough situation for both the tenants and the landlords. But But what San Francisco is doing it instead of collecting taxes and paying the landlords for Tenants who miss the rent payments. They're just telling the landlord you have to cover the cost. Yeah, that's not right. Um, uh, obviously from do landlords, uh, in general belong to any sort of association. Tries to stop slumlords from plying their wares. I'm sorry Do landlords have that was a complicated question. I'm sorry, Esso landlords in general, I was joking earlier from that TV show from the seventies three's company or Mr Roper was the landlord and they've always been I would dare anybody to show me a television show or movie or landlords, but it was portrayed as a good guy, right? Because you gotta come. He's got to get the money and somebody always has a problem and You know my little experience in owning Ah, property was horrible. So I get it. I also know that there are landlords that don't fix things and Fitz run control. They're like, you know, Screw you and I so there across the board. Um, but I'm pretty sure that I've been reading that can't find any stories for the federal government is really reaching out federal or state governments to help landlords. Most of the has been theater tension has been directed at tenants is that accurate? Yeah, I think that's right. I think landlords can apply like any other businesses for funds. But in terms of US specific program just for landlords, I'm not aware of one. But all landlords air really rich, right? Yes, Well, no. There's there's many landlords, you know, mom and pop shops and they need income to survive. Just as their tenants D. O s. Oh, this is not a situation where it's just the large rich. Established businesses. The famous discordance does try to help smaller landlords in that if you have 25,000 or less square feet, there's certain protections for you. But there's still a burden on that limb or even then has to prove that not evicting a nonpaying tenant will cause substantial harm. Whatever that means s O. Even then there's a significant burden put put on these landlords. And as you say, there are there are certainly some some bad landlords out there. But if they are, the tenants can go to court and establish that here. The city just presumes an effect. It all landlords should be on the hook, regardless of how they've treated the tenants. That's accurate. Really? They do..

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"mr roper" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:58 min | 2 years ago

"mr roper" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

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