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"nancy walker" Discussed on Making Gay History
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Nancy Walker shares her experience with the Gay Rights Movement
"I'm Eric Marcus and this is making a history. Nancy Walker had a type she liked the brainy ones in nineteen sixty two. When Nancy was in her late twenties she met Penny Penny was smart? It is a whip wise beyond her eighteen years and she read James Joyce Nancy was impressed. The two fell in love and became life partners by the time. Nancy and Penny got involved in the gay rights movement in the Early Nineteen Seventy S. They were living in Toronto Canada where he was attending graduate school. That's where they joined the first gay organization in the Mid Seventy S. They moved back to the US to Boston. Massachusetts and Nancy soon volunteer to work at a weekly newspaper called Gay Community News. As you know from our previous episodes the Post stonewall years saw an explosion of new gay rights organizations and along with the new organizations organizations came scores of new publications the Gay Community News or CNN was among the more prominent and influential Gay Liberation Paper with the national readership readership. Nancy was in her forties when she joined she was an outspoken New Yorker and a moderate pragmatist. It's no surprise that Nancy and the younger more radical staff didn't always see eye to eye. So here's the scene. He's the winter of Nineteen eighty-nine and I've just is travel to the Jamaica Plain neighborhood of Boston where Nancy and Penny share a classic Victorian House complete with a turret and peeling paint. They've been a couple for a long time and it shows all Nancy night. Talk Pennies on hand to offer tea chime in and help Nancy when her memory fails her. Nancy is sitting in a comfortable upholstered chair. She's dressing dark slacks and a light colored blouse which is where I clicked my microphone. I press record interview with Nancy Walker Sunday December tenth. Nineteen eighty-nine at the home of Nancy Walker in Jamaica Plains and Massachusetts interviewers. Eric Marcus tape one side one. I had gotten fed up with pretending to be straight. We'd been together nine years and we had no gay gay friends. So that's when we first went to New York and then we went back to Canada. We would just on vacation in New York went back. That must've Vince. Seventy one or seventy two. I'm not sure took us. Even though we thought we were big shots took us a long time. They get the guts to go. Remember kept finding excuses uses not to go. It's always something wrong. Finally we went and we looked around the room and so people like our grandmothers. I said what the Hell is this what we were afraid of. And that was the beginning and then we went to Canada and so I notice a little newspaper that talked about home files what they call the home of Fire Organization should. Hey let's call and see what it's about and we did. That was seventy two. We first got involved. Well he belonged to the community home. Five Association Toronto better known as Chat and what was the group's reason for being. Oh I think it was An umbrella group for everything for for counseling for social purposes. They even I suppose. Did some legal work the law had changed. The law was universally changed to a consenting adult law in Canada so they had legal advantages that we didn't have that they didn't have the socialist. Matt it's it was it. It was still terribly condemned. People were very conservative there. I remember in Canada trying so hard to get any gay gay publications to find out what was going on in the world and there was one little sleazy bookstore that carried gay papers. They had things like that but be willing to go into what was labeled and known to the public as a filthy bookstore and when we moved here there was a little note. You you know little convenience store across the street from the apartment we lived in and I walked in there and LO and behold his gay newspaper the Gay Community News. It was a quarter order so I bought this thing and I said hey look. It's out in the open. It's okay we don't have to do sleazy things to be gay and didn't know at at the time I was GONNA wind up making the newspaper and not having to pay for it. I think the reason I worked there was. I didn't want water for the news did you. Nineteen seventy six in May nineteen seventy six. What was unlikely that? What was the operation like physical kinds of people? It was unbelievable up wrong sleep flight of stairs into a big open space. That was a mess they had to. It worked very hard to get. What little materials they could? They had no money never had any money. And there were some scruffy looking people very radical people any kind of dress you can imagine. They wore a lot of the people. I knew there are now gone because of AIDS was suicide I mean the voice had long hair every kind of hair. Every kind of everything was a real mixed bag was not a luxurious place. But it was home it meant a great deal to all of us. Every view was gone. Maybe what I'm trying to say because that's how I really I felt. was that somebody else in the rest of the world not fully honest that you could be yourself and we. We didn't get along with each other at all. Even the people who had the same political persuasions didn't get along but still we knew we were among our own you know. It's like a Jewish family. You may not get along but you know this is your place in the rest of it out there is the diaspora. It's not your place. So That's how oh I felt. I don't know how other people felt about. I just know they loved it terribly. Paper had to go on no matter what and it went through hell. It went through fire. They burn the place astound once and we just moved over to a place in Cambridge. That let us use their space and we never missed a week. That paper has been continuously we published since it started in two weeks during the year. They have vacations. It's quite a remarkable achievement. It was either the end of the seventies of the beginning of the eighties and it was devastating blow. Yes it was awesome right. I guess they figured they couldn't get us any other way they were going to do. They couldn't get us that way either. What was what was the purpose of purpose? Yeah I think I think the purpose was to get out of the gate National Gay newspaper. It was the only gate national weekly. It's gone on to something. I consider me three. We need contact with each other. You know there was still gay. People who didn't know there was anybody else in the world. It's hard coming from a place like New York. Imagine that but there there are people in Kentucky and Louisiana and places like that. That didn't know there were any of the gay people. I didn't know there were gay. Men I had no idea I was so delighted the first time I met an openly gay male. I can't tell you it's a brother somebody I can love. You know there were no. I don't think about I mean I didn't I grew up in my own. Little head issue. Weiji Museum in DC N. existence. It started before I got this only three years old with a mission that she was there. A awed yes. Oh if anything was holy was G. C. N. it was a tremendous sense of mission and we loved it and protected What it meant to me was finally all my life? I said I've got this great ideas and I would like somebody to know about them so finally I got a place where I could write and other people could read it. Let's go back to the beginning of interview with you beginning questions. What were you born? Nineteen thirty five. I was born on Saint Patrick's Day and I think he's just terrific because I wound up in a city where just in the city of Boston it a holiday day on where we one flower Fifth Avenue Hospital in New York. My mother was born there in thirty. One Yeah you see. I could've been your mother. That's where would you been in one thousand nine hundred five hundred. BJ have any recollection of that on the day itself. I know I wasn't Merrick. That's lived and I was terrified throughout the war because I had a warped perception. Maybe not so walked what was going on with Jews but they were being put an ovens and all I could think about was being put into an oven so I was quite nervous wreck until the war was. She thought they might come to me. I'm sure if we lost the war I was going to get cooked. So that's part of the reason. I love this this country so much that whenever my my my ex colleagues would not the country I think eight roster I am a Jew. There's no way I'm going anywhere and when I met Jewish people in Canada they said you know you are so aggressively Jewish. There's there's nowhere else in the world. But in America Fed Jews are open about being Jewish and proud of it. She said he keeps you mouth shots. I want an awful way to lose his goddamn closets all over the world. I've been closeted about being Jewish. I got enough trouble so I was always all my life of conscious of being Jewish and being thankful that I was here and and being a lesbian also. I'm still thankful I'm here with all due respect to my I walked progressive friends. This country isn't the enemy. UH system works. It may be the newest country in the civilized world. But it's the greatest one in my opinion so you're right place. I can hear how you could be significant odds with your comrades-in-arms because they hadn't lived through the war. Aw they didn't have the really intense feeling that if I hadn't been in this country I probably wouldn't exist at. 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"nancy walker" Discussed on So it's a show?: keeping up with the Gilmore Girls
"Win You heard these references. What did you think they meant slash? Tell me why you picked this reference. So I had never heard of Colombo who we now know is Colombo's a TV series named after. Its character Columbo. Character Columbo if you didn't know that which. What a weird name Colombo? I know. It's last day right right but it's just kind of like. Hey I'm Steve Colombo like Columbus should just I dunno it's odd to me be Columbus or nothing Anyways yes I did not know what a man it's like. Get a clue kind of sounded like detective but also not a very smart person. So I wasn't some I wasn't sure but I did you. Had you ever heard of Colombo I heard of it. That's basically it. I think I might might have known. It was a detective TV series literally all I knew. Yeah so I had heard nothing but then when I looked it up I don't know I think talked about matlock before on here so I just have fond memories of like old detective shows so oh I wanted to give it a try. Maybe one day I'm going to have to pick matlock because I know exactly about as much as that as I do this well I I I I I like matlock better but we can get into more about. Why later? Sure so Colombo you guys. It is a detective show and it's lead. What does he lieutenant Colombo the Police Department? Would you know what place what city did. He doesn't take place. Then I think. La Oh okay. Thank but it's kind of here nor there I just know they have beaches and and it was a couple of hours to San Diego in the episode. I watched okay. Oh actually I'm one hundred percent sure because when Peter Falk died the LAPD was like we're big fans. He's one of our. That's which is pretty great so read that Peter faulk played Colombo Bohumil him from Princess Bride. He's the Graham. Yes as soon as I started watching it as as when I started. I started watching the show. I was like that guy reminds me of princess bride specific and I would just like is it. No it's not the inconceivable guy and then I just looked it up and Oh yeah the GRANDPA of course but it's funny honey. I connected him to a movie as a whole opposed to character So yeah he's a detective and he does his best to solve crimes times and guess what he always gets it he always gets his man or woman. True in the episodes I watched it was both times a man but you are corrected act was women sometimes. Yes men commit crimes too much surprise because in the first episode I watched He. It was a woman who committed the the murder in asked her assistant. Who is a man? How can you work for a woman Senator Times Nineteen Seventy one okay. Okay So yeah I watched a couple episodes you to And to be clear there were sixty eight episodes toto there about an hour and a half each give or take a little less summer. Little more. We'll get into more about why that was later. And it had a weird a weird series run because tennis started started and staffed last it went from nineteen seventy one to seventy eight on. NBC minute went from Nineteen Eighty nine to ninety five on ABC and in there were some one off episodes in nineteen ninety seven ninety eight two thousand one in two thousand and three. Wow Yeah so oh Colombo just kept. He solved crimes only and And we will talk more about guest stars stars but because I love nothing more on the show than to list guest stars get ready because I gotta tell you got some people show. Yes William Shatner Ed Begley Junior Leslie Nielsen. Who We just talked about on the love boat? Dabney Coleman Martin Landau from Ed would remember him Leonard. Nimoy Johnny Cash. Dick Van Dyke Drill Lozano. Oh Janet Lee Faye dunaway from Chinatown. I got George Wind from cheers. Matthew Rees Martin Sheen can control Blythe Danner. Nancy Nancy Walker and Valerie Harper from Mary. Tyler Moore show and then these are some of the This one cracks me up little richard so random and Jamie Lee Curtis Vincent Price and back to that episode with Johnny Cash. The name of that episode was Swansong Song Guy. I couldn't resist making that little connection. The Swan Kill Them. I wish that were the case. I think Johnny cash was the murderer if I read correctly in that one And actually a lot of these guest stars were nominated or won Emmys the show so in total one thirteen emmys was nominated for twenty five more. Actually Peter faulk one four times for this role and the show one Outstanding Limited series so pretty big dent in the world TV. Yeah so tell me about the episodes you watched Kyla well. I washed the hour and a half long. Who was the earth was even longer than that? It's very surprise i. It was not prepared for that either. It kept going and I was like. Aren't we added about an hour. No there's more. Yeah the second episode I picked. It might have been influenced by the fact that it was an hour and fifteen minutes but this one was like the pre pilot. I'm not sure because there was like old tunnel more about that so it was called ransom for a dead man. Sounds pretty cool kind of a cool band name. That is a good name trademarking that now. WHO's.
"nancy walker" Discussed on Lexicon Valley
"All means fire so that means that an English put import just variations on the same sound than an uninteresting way in Korean put put and put our real sounds. They are completely different. A Korean thinks of those as different sounds the way we put it in linguistics is that in Korean and our phonemes they are phonemes real sounds that can make a difference in a word word but all sounds are not phoning phony M- isn't just a cute word for sound in linguistics in English and are just allophones. We call some of the same thing we'll terminology there. That's all I'm GonNa give you quite yet but phonemes and Korean PUTT PUTT in English Pu- EMPA- are kind of just just who cares you can think of it as I it's just some shit and the technical word for that is Allah phone or here's another example take some Japanese words. It's just a language as it is and we all know more Japanese words than we think you go to a Japanese restaurant and you're going to have some beer sapporo okay. That's something think your teacher is send say so sub boroughs send say New Year's you have Soba noodles Soba so okay I remember when I was a teenager and I was trying to tell my father. A woman's seemed to want to have sex with me and I wasn't sure if I was ready and he said well you're just GonNa have to do some soul-searching. They all of a sudden he without a father knows best and that was all I got we were at a Subaru so Subaru Soba Subaru send say Sapporo Sapporo Beer Okay and then let's try. There's a mackerel disc that I only ever had in California whenever I mentioned it on the East Coast. I'm looked at like I'm ordering an elephants elephants year on a Bun Saba. She'll Jaki Saba is macro and I frankly don't know what's Yawkey is Saba she oh yes this is getting to a point just a little bit more so oh you just think about how Japanese words shape Asaka is some city then we talk about Su Shi okay very interesting and then there's like the word so that means roughly so in Japanese so what's going on with all of this is that you're looking and you're noticing thing that something doesn't happen with all those words you've got your saws and your says and your sows in your shoes we're going through the basic vowels because Japanese vowels are easy some so so but never see so. It's not Sushi. It's Sushi. It's not Saba Zaba. CEO Yucky it Saba she'll Yucky and if you look through you see that it's always she not see now you could just think of that as well you know whatever but the way a linguist sees it is that there's something going on with in that language which is that when so comes before and eat eat it becomes she so southborough beer sense say Soba noodles Subaru but she oh Yucky not seal Yucky. She Not Susie what that means is that in Japanese the difference between Sir and sure is quote unquote. Just some shit in that way really sure is just a kind of Sir so that means that in our language certain sure completely completely different sounds their cell and there's shell those are completely different words. There's sap and then there's no no there isn't but there's nothing that either they'd sit and there's shit frankly they are completely different words okay but in Japanese it's it's not like that. It's really just the sure is a kind of Sir so sure is just an Ala phone of General Estes in Japanese. That's how we see these things those of you who Japanese know that in words borrowed into Japanese such as from Chinese you can get shoes in other ways but that basic idea era. Is that Sir when you stick it before an I if we're going to think about it as letters when it's before the eastbound it always becomes she and that means that you don't have after writes in places like that Japanese. Sushi is written in Japanese as suceed because everybody knows that when the comes for an e you just pronounce it a sheet you get that for nothing you don't have to write the language goes so aloe phones and phonemes phonemes make a difference and so that's the difference between between Bat and Pat Okay but allophones are just variations on the sound that happened for various reasons that is tricky you to get across in classrooms and really is sort of the beginning of really getting how linguists think anyway the way to illustrate this is with a song called if you'll be mine from a flop musical of nineteen forty eight called Look Ma. I'm dancing and really this. Is Nancy Walker singing. I've played her singing before four. I'm GonNa play her singing again. This Rodas mother singing and you know this is a song that it's nine hundred forty eight and it actually refers to buttocks. You'll catch it here. It is the the guy who comes in singing afterward is for those of you who care Bill Shirley Sleep. You Count Sheep poor you if you will make this vow power. You count how how to you if you'll be all your old. How would you know me the makeup play each Dave you and pray for you to give a son? Eh Alkatiri grips on trips. Turn earn flips for you if you'll be this whole campaign for. You must explain for you an insane for you who so please be your little guy makes ooh I'll work and slave you brave for you for you all in law and say.
"nancy walker" Discussed on ScreamQueenz: Where Horror Gets GAY!
"So white and here, the seven sleepy sneezy grumpy coaches. How do you do? I'm Johnny, you have representation. I'm the most important commercial. Infant agent, New York. What's flew the Fruit new? of the loom is doing a big odd campaign, something tells me really fit into a fair jockey shorts what a delightful icebreaker. Emme gripes, his sheer bliss in this movie. They sent her up like there's that whole when you, she's agent the first she says her on the phone is how, how are you? She's got this, this, this wonderful age. I'm sitting whoever I'm the greatest model agent. Whatever, whatever. But you got to be some sort of a villain 'cause they had this whole thing of trying to get to apartment bribes. All these crazy things happening to which would be hilarious, if you knew what she wanted, but you don't but they're hilarious voices. Right. Right over my finger is my finger operator might fingers stuck in the dial help. Should never come downtown held. Being. Have big act. Operata my fingers stuck my figures stuck in the dial. That whole telephone sequence and the whole robbery that follows shortly after is so Nancy Walker. I'm like, oh, okay. What are we doing laughing? What's going on? Walker have like a discernible style. It just it felt it felt like laugh into me. Okay, let's since week brought her up this movie is supposedly directed by Nancy Walker at it was supposed to be historic. This is the first time a woman had directed multimillion dollar musical. But apparently she didn't directed. Oh, I mean, she did she was onset like she refused to work with Alary Brian. So she would not be onset anytime. Valerie Pariente is onset Valerie Pariente is in every God damn seat. Except the climax of the movie, except the climax of the movie and. I told you watch that inter that that documentary. Oh, yeah, that definitely fills in some planks. Yeah. This fetish documentary called the fabulous life of Alan car. If I was world about whatever the hell it is. But it's Alan Carr. Thank you. It was fabulous our car in there somewhere who is the producer and out flamboyant gay, man who took over Hollywood for really short time, and then tanked and alley Hollywood eight him. Yes, it is. But without any hesitation, but the on the documentary, they're saying, like dancy had no idea what she was doing behind. Somebody said that she substituted bravado for skill. Yeah. For people. Yeah. Yeah. Yep. Yes. She was just nasty the whole time like even if the premier. From your part, she walked him. It was like high and left. I'm not said this piece of shit. Yeah. Yeah. Bad news. So it was. But that's apparently the other thing with Alan Carr was that he would cast an his movie, both sides of the camera, if he liked you didn't matter. If you had the skills or not, like he's he just wanted Bruce Jenner. He just wanted Nancy Walker because he'd like Nancy Walker didn't matter. But the fact that Bruce Jenner Caitlyn doesn't find job is one thing, but Nancy Walker did not know. So apparently the DP. Oh, really wonder though, if like that was almost a sly move on his part to cast people. He liked him because he ended up taking credit for a lot of these people's work later. Yeah. He did he did. But I mean, the whole cast process turned out to be a revolving cast Chita Rivera was involved in some point. Who to be, I think. Wow. That was weird. Yeah. Chita Rivera was supposed to be good. And birth mom, I believe an elite Newton John was supposed to play in the Valerie, Prien rut prime, then share then Racquel Welch than Jacqueline beset. Holy crap. Yeah. They had a in that documentary. They have Newton John on camera saying that she didn't like the script. Well, I get it 'cause there's nothing in it for her for her. She's a sitter, right? And puts she she was riding high on Greece. And she knew how to, to protect that. Yeah. So, and so or do xanadu so true true. She did her own bomb. But Alan Carr was the one who discovered her for Greece. He's the one that said this, I know she's just a singer, but she's the one that's the why right? So she went from cheese, the best to that ingrate. Overnights. It's all kinds of drama behind the scenes and it's all really awful you that she's the one that he wanted. Who? Out out how? Throughout the movie, there are ubiquitous grease posters, stuck up in odd places Greece posters. And then Greece song titles in. There's this one like soliloquy that Valerie, Brian does where it's all titles songs bunch of songs from crease Heidel yet. Yeah. At towards the end. Yeah. When she's leaving rot Ron's office, this time I can get that at all. It's all song titles. Take my gay card. I love to is that now Steve Gooden Burg has been he lives with Valerie, Perrine, Sam. He's fear house sitter. They're not. They're not a couple. And it's like this day they've never had this conversation before that. Hey, you write songs ice to sleep with everybody in the music industry. A really.
"nancy walker" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"My name is Dave. Do think you're doing. Dave Wilson in the house. Go for Dave. What's Faulk in a plan? That's a maker of internet based business software. We're talking cloud computing started out in two thousand six these days. It's a based in San Francisco cheap. Nancy walker? Dave Morton came on board last September from tesla where he lasted less than a month. Morton arrived just before an initial public offering October which raised tour at sixty three and a half million dollars companies ticker logically enough plan airplane, soared forty three percent on its first day of trading and added the game three year and this year, the shares of taking off a record today after the company put out fiscal fourth quarter results in a plan had a narrow loss in higher revenue than analysts expected based on Bloomberg survey. It says forecast, but this year also be projections. Now, the stock God is high as thirty nine sixty six more than double the initial price of seventeen dollars closed at thirty six eighty three still a gain of ten point three percent. On the day. Of course that high for the day was a record right now up about thirty nine percent this year, so big up. Absolutely nice nicely done in that salmon shirt. Dave wilson. Are. You're listening to Bloomberg BusinessWeek. I'm Carol Massar along with Jason Kelly. Let's get a check on world and national headlines. Bob moon in the news or maybe pay a group of Latin American governments is declaring opposition to military intervention to end the crisis in Venezuela. Opening an apparent breach with the US, which has declined to rule it out. There were deadly clashes has past weekend as President Nicolas Maduro security forces repelled humanitarian aid sent from the US saying the initiative was a pretext for invasion shoot or don't shoot at the Mexican border pushing again today for the construction of his border wall. President Trump seems to blame illegal crossings in part on a lack of consequences for crossing the US border illegally early like other countries. We don't let people get shot. You know, we don't have people standing there with with the most sophisticated machine guns in the world, the Newsham many countries to a new statement from a group of former US national security officials declares there is no justification for Trump to claim a national emergency to fund his border wall. It carries the signatures of fifty eight prominent former officials, including former secretary of State Madeleine Albright, and John Kerry and former homeland security secretary Janet Napolitano, this may not bode well for perspective Academy Awards hosts who needs one don't you think we've got Dave everybody. In case, you're confused. There is no host tonight. There won't be a popular movie category. And Mexico is not paying for the wall. The audience for Sunday's Academy Awards telecast a shorter ceremony with no host improved twelve percent from a year ago. Maybe they've hit bottom. That's one way of looking at it. You could also say even though Nielsen says the ratings improved this year. It was still the second least watched Oscar show ever news twenty four hours a day on.
"nancy walker" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Now. Fun. I'm trying to remember who the actress was because I think she, you know, the actress who played mother nature on those commercials, and they were tired of and it always ended with her like summoning destruction on earth because because someone used margarine instead of butter like every every single commercial ended with her destroying something or you know, whipping a tornado down on top of a town because God forbid somebody who's margarine. But the actress who played mother nature. She's very she's a very familiar face. I mean, everybody knew her as mother nature, but she did other stuff. Dietrich data Dietrich. This is does she have an IBM DB. Let's see here. She was an emergency. Murphy Brown NYPD blues, the golden girls. Life goes on friends and lovers. She basically one of those character actors that shows up everywhere. Yeah. Okay. But she's best known as mother nature. It's not nice to fool, mother nature. Now, I will kill you with hail. If you think I totally forgot about that jingle. If you think it's butter, but it's not it's fun. Those commercials where everywhere they were on every five minutes. Could you get all kinds of spokespeople? It back. Then man, he had mother nature killing people because they use margarine. Well, that's it. I'm going to kill you. You'll be struck struck down with lightning because God forbid you use chiffon. And then there was Mr. Whipple screaming suisun, squeezing Sharman. And then there was. Who was the waitress who would stick your hand in the Palmolive? Rosie. Well, Rosie because she was played by Nancy now, man. He's my brain is gone. But Rosie was a waitress. Nancy walk Nancy Walker. Yes. Nancy Walker Palmolive, right or no, bounty. She was the quicker picker up. She was right. Who was the who was like you're soaking in it. Now there was. I can't see you're too young. You don't remember you? Remember any of this stuff that people out there probably old enough to remember? There was a it was a it was for Palmolive dishwashing liquid. Okay. And the the idea was somebody who was a woman was in a beauty shop, and she was getting her nails done or something. And they were talking about how they want to keep their, you know, their hands. They want to keep their, you know, their skin soft and stuff and it's terrible to wash dishes palm olives terrible to wash dishes, it's really bad for your hands. And then she's like, you should try Palmolive it soft on your hands won't harm your skin. And they're like, well, I don't. You got these hands. She washing. Where do I tried everything and use promo allegations washing liquid soft hands while you do the dishes. In dishwashing liquid this Palmolive, mild, moist and mild. Makes low decides it last and no kidding. I'm Ali while you do the dishes. Palmolive as good as gold better..
"nancy walker" Discussed on Inappropriate Earl
"Ron Gilbert and a couple of other people, and I really wanted you know to have an acting career, and I wanted to be on TV show, and I saw myself in those days as Richard Thomas on the Waltons thought that I was deep sensitive kid. So and Timothy Hutton, an ordinary people was my man, you know, that was that's why I wanted to go to that place. So, but I was funny goofy. And scared and funniness sorta scared way all the time. And she thought I was really funny. And she said go to the comedy store, I want to get you an audition, and I did. And that was what happened, and I didn't really want to be a comedian. So I said, okay, if I'm going to do this. I need to make a rule that I go up three times a week. No matter what. And in those days. They didn't have the many places to go up. I read up was the comedy store. Second place was the improv. I filed Billy crystal, Bob terribly. I'd done that comedy star did really. Well before and then because I was scared, and then the third place was Maggio's Italian restaurant in the fourth place was the laugh actor, and that's what it was only. A bowling alley was half. Is only half the big big made room. That's there wasn't there. And the comedy where the bar is in the back. That's where the stage was really. Yeah. Wow. And how what were your interactions with Jamie because he's he could barely speak English. I mean, he he had just been from Israel. He was an actor part time actor he was on too close for comfort recurring this, really. Yeah. And he I've known him since I think it was a third year. The place was open think maybe I was one of the rigid regulars there. I was just it wasn't like I passed. I was just in. He thought it was funny. And he let me come back, and I worked there that was it because he's almost as controversial figures Mitzi in terms of your either in with them or you're out, you're not well, there's a NBA people. Right. I mean, I had an interesting experience with him. But. Doing comedy twenty years thirty it'll be thirty five for me. I mean, that's crazy twenty five for being out. Right. Because for those of you who don't know Jason his gay openly. Yeah. Came out twenty five years ago when the Geraldo show in June of ninety three this is sort of my aniversary year for the next year and back, then I always make this joke. When I was a kid. You didn't know if you're gay celebrity to kind of keep it kinda you had to you kidding me. Looking like, I didn't know Paulin Liska. Yeah. Jim J? Bullock, speaking to to close the last of those what I call neutered gays gyms, a friend of mine, I love him. And I saw. Pollen three times in a week. He died, I didn't know him somewhat to the cleaners. I saw once making a left turn heated sunset, and then I saw one driving on Santa Monica when I was driving. I saw three times a week. It was sort of crazy Kennedy died. I mean, he was just so funny to me, that's my sense of humor that really drew very dry and sarcastic. And but they they said that kind of character ceased to exist after the Jim J Bullock, he was one of the last ones to do that. Right. Even knew kennel often who used to be on the Nancy Walker show. Oh, you don't know who he is do I mean, I know he was I think I believe that he was the first open. Out gay man playing a game in on television. Ansi Walker had a sitcom called the Nancy Walker show where she played an agent, and he was secretary and this guy was intimate, and I had no idea. And then after a while, I got it. And I was in the closet. Remember god. Oh my God. I think I was twenty one when I met him and. I know I d ah because I didn't know your straight. I'm guessing. One hundred percent. But I'm if you live on Larrabee, you're good with all, I don't know. Yeah. I just I don't know. 'cause I don't know anything. I throw straight vibe off most people don't know. I don't know..
"nancy walker" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast
"That Simpson's episode. You wonderful one. Thank you and Homer this unit. You end up naming the minor league team the isotopes, which is which is a fun piece of trivia that came out of that up. I know that's kind of my legacy because now in Albuquerque AAA team is called the isotopes. And when they did that I got a lot of calls from the TV stations and newspapers Albuquerque asking, you know, how we came up with it. And I said, you know, you really not going to like the answer. We were just looking for the stupidest name we could come up with that. Usually these towns will name a team somehow after their chief industry, right? And since they had, you know, the nuclear power plant, you know, we're going, well, let's see the atoms. The protons the isotopes sounded funny, and we put that in and went to lunch. And now that's my legacy in show business that it's a good one team named for me. You know, and I went down there a few years ago and got a chance to throw out the first pitch, and I was meeting some of the players and. They explained to the players that, you know, I'm the guy that came up with the name and one of the players said, oh, great. So as a result of you that people around the league make s fun of me. And I said, you know, we'll fucking hit better, and you can get to the majors. Right answer. Yeah. You were out with Alan Carr. Who what was I? Well, this is the Alan Carr story, which is one of my favorites. Yes. Yeah. Alan Carr music, you were trying to with. Jenner. Yeah. I wasn't Steve Berg Valerie per Ryan. And the village people who could forget. I know you list those names that movie killed every one of their career Nancy Walker who directed. Oh, gee, yes. He also did Greece. He also did Greece. And he was involved with the BG's. And at the time he was this very flamboyant Hollywood character he lived up in Benedict canyon in Ingrid Bergman's old house had a Cheyenne Oscar statue in the front lawn. He had a king Tut disco built into his basement his killer. Famous. So we we get higher to write a TV pilot for him, and we meet him one day. And he kinda reminds you of Paul Williams a little bit on steroids. And so we then go off and come up with the outline, and we can only meet with him at the end of the day like six thirty. Because at the time we were on mash. So we plan to meet him at six thirty up at his house the hill haven lodge or some stupid thing he called it. And so we go up there, and it's like six thirty and they say, well, he's still on the set. He's running a little bit late, but going out to the patio and. You know, we we have some refreshments for you. And we go out patio, and there's a bottle of wine and this giant s to be like a three hundred dollar. You know, I smell -tan of shellfish. Lobster and crab. So we're eating this stuff. We finished this bottle of wine. We're getting really loopy. He has a ceramic Flamingo. And we're thinking can we steal the Flamingo? Anyway. Would mean notice out of our briefcase these two legs sticking up from the Flamingo. So where we're already giddy and laughing and finally we hear Hello. Hello, AVI, right there and he sweeps in. Got a pick again picture like a Bo Williams ill share guy. He's like five foot two. He's wearing nothing, but a flowing white caftan and thick cold cream on his face. And we're trying hard not to laugh, and he has the outline and we're going over it. Okay. In this scene. I think maybe the girl should should know about the thing. Okay. Yeah. Fine. Okay. Okay. We can do this. And we're we're dying we're dying and I'm looking out of the corner. My because I can't look at him. So I'm looking at a court in my eye, and I see the fucking Flamingo. That's killing. So we finally we have this meeting, and we go, okay, we'll work on that outline and get going on the first draft, and we walk outside and both of us just fall on the ground rolling around. That giant Oscar statue for ten minutes. That's great laughing. That's that's Hollywood. That is there's no laughter like the laughter. When you when you actually can't laugh, right?.
"nancy walker" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"Join them for quick checks caramel apple our indulgent, half-price medium parallel. Apple specialty drinks like the new caramel, apple frozen. Bore till seven pm order. You fall favorite on the touchscreen now, Jack fresh guaranteed. I wait a minute. Now. Now Taylor is saying he's be Bs. Nancy Walker is Madge. We'll get out. I'm pretty sure Nancy Walker is mentioned did you look look it up. Give me the name of the actress who played did you put it up anywhere from me? What he's pointing to the screen. I mean here I am. I gonna know tell me where. Xavi can find out the name of the actress I thought I think is Nancy Walker. I think she's played them. Both. I could be wrong. It probably him. Let's go to hold on here. He comes here. He comes get him on music that we get him on commercial her name. Her name is Jan miner. Jan miner. Jan J N. Minor M I N O R. She's madge. Madge, the Palmolive commercials, correct? As you walk into every did it. She play. Rosie Nancy Walker played record picker I've always the diner in north jersey where they did that come up in north jersey. And it was Thomas diner. I thought it was a forty six. Sworn was Tom Steiner in Manhattan. Now. No, north jersey jersey. I yeah, I think she did it on like route forty six. You know, what Ricky Nelson at the corner lake and in forty six that's New Jersey. Hackensack? There you go. He knows everything knows everything. Let's talk to scrapper French down on the jersey one point five eight. What's going on? The guy say hit trip to everybody says that to me. So I guess as far as the celebrity commercials puppet old, right? But I think Betty white knickers commercial is pretty sterile. Oh, yeah. See the new one would Elton John. I know I haven't. Oh, yeah. He's he was in the latest one. I looked up. I think I think though Snickers commercials. Absolutely a riot. They really it's amazing. When you see who they get to do those things commercial the hell they get him. Right. So I mean, this this whole Sesame Street thing is absolutely asinine. And I mean, just what was it a couple of years ago, they introduced muppet author. So like, yeah, I mean like like within the last couple of years, they did it. So just to kind of like show kids that you know, everybody's the same. And I mean kids don't care, and you know, it's just like, oh, well, this this is a little different, you know. And then, but they treat that same all the same and. Just like, you know, some other guy at cetera earlier on your show that, you know, Burton nerdy actually came out that they were gay. I actually read that article today it was on nj dot com. How even know or care or want to know or care about Burt? Nerdy sexuality, I don't think they would. But I think it's all for the appeasement of the liberal left. So this birdie does Burton Ernie being gay sell more birdies. I mean, I don't think it would sell let me to be honest with you. I mean, would you do it to sell more? You know, what I mean like the idea that if you sell Bert Ernie dolls, if you were selling Bernie, you know, what I mean, the idea is there are people who are they gay? So you're trying to off the anti-gay. Sure there are. But that's you know, that's the million dollar question is worth it is my question is it worth even go in there when you deal in about two cartoon characters? I mean, that's crazy. Yeah. Thanks for the call to New Jersey one zero one point five, let's get. Sean in red Bank, New Jersey one zero one point five, you gotta Bert and Ernie too, right? Yeah. I saw that same thing. He did on my news this morning on the phone and said that Bernie was gay. Okay. I'm wondering how they know anyway. But you know guy who wrote. Yeah. Really? I mean, the guy who I remember Burton Ernie where they were going to bed and they were in two separate beds. I used to live with guys years ago, I had roommates, and you know, we work. I mean, it doesn't matter. But now there's anything wrong with that. Right. But the guy on the guy who wrote the car the guy who created burner and he's saying they were gay the producers saying they were gay. Oh, is that what it was? Yeah. But. Commercial with member Joan Nemeth doing anoxia, commercially nylons on and everything that was the pantyhose. Yes. The pantyhose commercial, right? They make my legs. Anybody's legs. Look that's a good one. Thanks for the call the New Jersey one zero one point five when when the couple was out Oscar Jack Klugman in twenty man. Okay. I've interviewed ran though, they both talk about how they had to spend a lot of time convincing people that the couple were not gay. They just two guys living together. So what they would do what they were doing the rehearsals just to like break bananas. They would start making out with each other faking it start like hugging. Each other. It'd be all over each other just to drive the director wild. I would take the next hour. We got James you got Christina. We got Andrew your thoughts on the Sesame Street. Character is being pulled from the papers box because they're too masculine and give me your favorite celebrity endorsements. Your.
"nancy walker" Discussed on Never Not Funny
"Yeah yeah i don't know if i would've readily one thing we didn't do on the on the players club episodes we didn't do the van top three if you would elliott okay well i can tell you that your answer is not anywhere on here really of course not queue you don't even know the anger in this room when we read that it was i mean things were tense and i was more tense than last week in some ways okay very good yeah you might have gotten some shrapnel if you had been in the room all right so i got number three michelle nichols those i was under the weather martin those were the only three end and then when you said enough campbell or brandies campbell and then what you just said no carter really that would have been a better i know about nancy reagan she was an actress that's true well she was she had actress nancy reagan she had a different name disclosure did not think of nancy walker until i thought i'm nancy reagan all and because the first name mckinley was nancy reagan and it was like well no she's an actress no no is the great nancy walker yeah nancy reagan was in that episode of different strokes sure yourself but yes electing surf shitty movies i assume in the forties or something she was acting like just saying no to drugs would work yeah she was acting like she wasn't a hypocrite for spearheading that she on drugs took a lot of pills probably wouldn't you.
"nancy walker" Discussed on USA Today
"It was making fun me for asking the question part of it was tally was all in good file muscular scars guardians and part of the i just like talking to simulate who darkness it's it's my favorite we'll have a you will kind to give up by less coal you gave it up will the sense i thought that was at the steam dumplings no it was norman lear going to a shooting of his sitcom however oh that without now you already says however he also sousa i asked at one point if there's any thing he regretted or was he'd donner didn't do it you either expect nothing or you'll get some granting any did say don live in regret regretted added thank you find that with most successful people they don't linger a lot on what failed in especially in a businesslike hollywood were even though successful people have a bunch of that it's like being a baseball player you you only hit so many times but he spotted little thing in it for free it'll probably uh hit more with the of older viewers but our listeners but uh he said he regretted that he didn't he didn't he felt he didn't do justice to an actress name nancy walker who we work with it if you if you've ever seen the mary tyler moore show or rhoda she was ice a morgenstern wrote his mother and this is a very talented woman classic roll i mean yes it was probably a stereotypical jewish new york jewish mother but she was hilarious a she was loving but she was always bugging wrote about getting mary wrote a finally did get married so she had to her about other things but she was a delightful actress and it was just weird that kind of he pulled that i don't know that that.
"nancy walker" Discussed on USA Today
"Of it was making fun me for asking the question part of it was talk was all in good final muscular alexander scars guardians in part of it i just like talking to accident who doesn't it's it's my favorite how 'bout you will kind of gave up my last call he gave it up well in the sense i thought that was it the steam dumplings no it was norman lear going to a shooting of his sitcom however oh that was out leg i however he also said i ask through at one point if there's any thing he regretted or wished he'd done or didn't do it he you either expect nothing or you'll get some pray granting any did say he doesn't live in regretted adam thank you find that with most successful people they don't linger a lot on what failed in especially in a businesslike hollywood were even those successful people of a bunch of that it's like being a baseball player you you only hit so many times but he is fun it little thing it it it for it'll probably uh hit more with the of older viewers but our listeners but down he said he regretted that he didn't he didn't he felt he didn't do justice to an actress name nancy walker who we work with at a view i if you've ever seen the mary tyler moore show or rhoda she was item morgenstern wrote his mother and this is a very talented woman classic roll i mean yes it was probably a stereotypical jewish new york jewish mother but she was hilarious at she was loving but she was always bugging wrote about getting mary wrote a fight they did get married so she had the bugger about other things but she was a delightful actress and it was just weird that kind of he pulled that i don't know where that that would be is i like nothing he at least.
"nancy walker" Discussed on KOMO
"And water to help rescuers envy victims alex stone abc news mexico city getting stronger hurricane maria back door categorythree storm moving north of the american republic meanwhile officials in puerto rico are assessing the damage left by maria which swept through there on wednesday the islands still without electricity todd ant abc news stay connected stay informed this is komo news this is twenty four seven news on komo news a michael preston police arrested a 21yearold woman in puree in yesterday in connection with tuesday's shooting in west seattle that left a man dead on the sri comes gave cohen report from the south was precinct with more on the investigation and others chalk still marks the west seattle street where a man was shot and killed tuesday it's pretty upsetting nancy walker lives up the block he's worried about our neighborhood enter grandkids actually thinking about it when i met whole staying back to stay well i don't understand the shooting comes two weeks after a fifteen year old boy was stabbed to death two miles away in west cress park a half walk from land lease help i know i'm scared of letting my kids are here without me officers from the seattle police southwest precinct which covers west seattle in south park have now seen four homicides this here the most in a at least a decade and 2017 is far from over but seattle police stressed that a small spike and homicides doesn't necessarily indicated trent and in fact they say more broadly violent crime in west seattle is not on the rise it seems like a violent crimes in very very caned last few years here in west seattle richard miller is president of the west seattle crime prevention council and hasn't heard much concern from families about that spike and homicides i don't think there's any problem with a neighborhood at all i think is a random occurrence and seattle police tell me there should be increased patrols in some of these neighborhoods that have seen those homicides gabe cohen come on it a murder investigation is underway in.
"nancy walker" Discussed on KOMO
"And a leader in search and rescue team from los angeles county heading in today to help look for victims and the remains of buildings still there are so many buildings here were victims could be waiting to be rescued each an allout effort to make sure there are no more survivors or victims buried under concrete and bricks hurricane maria regaining strength now a categorythree storm moving north of the dominican republic new york state to supplement felix ortiz who moved to the us reporter rego 1980 tells us this is like nothing the people have ever seen i really growth in the mid earl ron or the item from from south to north are under devastation star you're mac the islanders without electricity todd ant abc news stay connected stay informed this is komo news twenty four seven news on komo news a michael preston police arrested twenty one year old woman algerian yesterday in connection with tuesday's shooting in west seattle that love demand dead on the street come on get coned reports from the south was praising with more on the investigation and a truck still marks the west seattle street where a man was shot and killed tuesday it's pretty upsetting nancy walker lives up the block there are actually thinking about it when i met wholesale up act staying out of her own they shooting comes two weeks after a fifteen year old boy was stabbed to death two miles away in west cress park a half book walk from land lease help i know i'm scared of letting my kids are here without me officers from the west seattle in south park have now seen four homicides this here but see police stressed that a small spike and homicides doesn't necessarily indicated trent and in fact they say more broadly violent crime in west seattle is not on the rise of violent crimes in very tame few here in west seattle richard miller is president of the west seattle crime prevention council i don't think there's any problem in their neighborhood that is a random occurrence cohen come on it a murder investigation is underway in snohomish county after woman was found dead inside a home your everett people called 911 early wednesday morning to report gunshots on york road deputies found a young woman inside the doorway of a duplex sheriff's officers another woman and.
"nancy walker" Discussed on KOMO
"The laundry services performing facility maintenance and cleaning common areas and restrooms ichiyo did not exploit detainees to perform this work these are jobs and might have gone to people in the community geo says in the statement tacoma news that refutes what had caused the baseless and meritless allegations made in the attorney general's lawsuit the company says it in full compliance with federal guidelines are that the people being held at the wdc are getting high quality services in the safe secure and humane residential environment pete combs komo news via leader the seattle police officers deal dozen deny that he curse that a fellow cop over offduty jobs but cabbage duckie says he was provoked by olympia police officer rob mcdermott who runs the security business called blue katya shell police this year endorsed blue katie over companies associated with the guild leading to a tense conversation between the two stuck he says a song come efficient or of several of threatening iraqi email i got from you katy at the ferry of hurt dotcoms word the fbi's investigating claims of intimidation and price fixing against stuck em to gild stuck he says there's no truth to either allegation please raise the twenty one year old woman and fury in this afternoon in connection with tuesday's shooting in west seattle that left amid dead on the street comas gave cohen reports from the south was precinct with more on this investigation and other chalk still marks the west seattle street where a man was shot and killed tuesday it's pretty upsetting nancy walker lives up the block he's worried about our neighborhood enter grandkids actually thinking it out it when i met wholesale up act staying out federal i don't understand that i really doubt they shooting comes two weeks after a fifteen year old boy was stabbed to death two miles away in west cress park halfblock from land lease help i know i'm scared of letting my kids are here without me officers from the.
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"The laundry services performing facility me nuts and cleaning common areas and restaurants it's yo did not exploit detainees to perform this work these are jobs and might have gone to people in the community geo says in a statement tacoma news that it refutes what it calls the baseless and meritless allegations made in the eu terni generals lawsuit the company says it in full compliance with federal guidelines and that the people being held at the wdc are getting high quality services in the safe secure and humane residential environment pete combs komo news the leader the seattle police officers you'll doesn't deny that he cursed at a fellow cop over offduty jobs but kevin study says he was provoked by olympia police officer rob mcdermott it runs the security business called blue katya seattle police say this a year endorsed blue katie over companies associated with the gil leading to a tense conversation between the two stuck he says it's all come efficient or out of several threatening and harassing i got pregnant katy perry uh operate the hurt not comes word the fbi's investigating claims of intimidation in price fixing it gets stuck in the gilts duckie says there's no truth to either allegation police arrested at twenty one year old woman emburey in this afternoon connection with tuesday's shooting in west yellow left amid dead on the street goal was gave colin reports from the southwest precinct with more on this investigation at other chalk still marks the west seattle street where a man was shot and killed tuesday it's pretty exciting nancy walker lives up the.
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"Kmox news time 405 a singles alderman once the city to study the effects of slavery on today's residence with view a toward reparations came lexus kevin coline reports the reparations so sponsoring alderman john muhammed could come in the form of more money for education and jobs in impoverished neighborhoods he wants a study done and how the legacy of slavery relates to modern problems in st louis and to have a 12step program in order to fix the problem before south nick knowledge that you have a problem in this resolution this legislation as acknowledging that we have a problem and we have to move forward we can't fix anything that we don't know the resolution needs fifteen votes to pass so far eleven alderman have signed on in support kevin cooling newsradio of twenty km orange police now mel looking for the shotgunwielding robber who held up a quick trip at manchester and kiefer creek at two a m and wanted more than just money in addition to demanding cash she demanded malt liquor any particular brand uh at it liquor and sergeant nancy walker says he god's seven bottles and the man at the victim faith item in the back hacked that he brought with him in the back door on the suspect is a roughly 23yearold five nine one hundred thirty pound white man who was wearing a black hoodie black face mask black shorts in shoes and gloves brian kelly newsradio eleven twenty kmox you can see surveillance pictures of the suspect at kmox dot com a man dead him police looking for the driver and a hit and run this morning in north st louis police say a man riding a motorcycle was hit near wells and hold him on about ten note so far no description of the suspects vehicle came lex news time four oh seven the business bank of saint louis business desk with a growing number of security cameras they saint automan wants to make sure someone's watching the watchers on him in cherry kennedy says the potential for abuse is there it's not clear for example who have access to the information how long will do surveillance if emission be hailed who will hold onto it how would it be used the bill would require existing cam system such as the st louis police real time crime center to come.