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"ned ryerson" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

05:58 min | 2 months ago

"ned ryerson" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"It. And at a time of crisis, it has sort of come back to me how important it can be to me to remember that. Yes! This is awful for so many, and it's you know going to get worse before it gets better as the experts say, but this, too, shall pass is something. That I remind myself of every day. We're talking with Chicago White SOx announcer Jason Bonetti. Jason? You mentioned cerebral palsy and you've really been more of an educator about this. In fact, you produce segments called Awkward Moments I've seen those where you let some of your humor come in, while still delivering a message to people. What are you have? CPI and you're walking around the world. Sometimes people look out of curiosity. sometimes people to see if you need a hand, which don't but thanks anyway. Sometimes people look out of sheer panic. Like etta museum with wildly valuable antiquities say. Pottery from Roman Times I'm pretty sure I know what the security guards thing. I. Of like bounce back and forth as talking to a friend, he's not even paying attention. He's GonNa huge. vesey's Toulin this conversation's. Getting closer swerving. Dude. It's all right. You're just experiencing disbelieve ability the condition of observing person with disabilities do something completely typical for them which you feel like. Oh my goodness I can't believe they're doing this. I'M NOT GONNA. Break your face I'm a guy who believes that anything that survived Rosenberg the Crusades and being dug up by pray, aggressive, great hunting, Grad students and survived me as well. Yeah I. Don't have many awkward moments anymore because I see anybody on a Taylor base that it's did them in conjunction with Cerebral Palsy Foundation and the guy who was in charge at the time, Richard Allinson and And we just thought it would be nice to have a smile while we told people. What might be a better practice for how to handle people with disabilities out in public and what I'd give to have somebody judge being public right now, but they still are really important. Because when we all get out of this isolation situation, we're going to have the opportunity to reset our mine sort of and and rethink exactly how we treat people and and I you know the the cerebral palsy. Palsy Foundation does such great work with awareness and let alone medical care and I, was just really happy to be part of it. You grew up in the Chicago area. The south suburbs homeward floss more high school. Where you a white sox fan growing up I was I. was just Docs Fan growing up my dad at first with a cubs fan, but my mom I can burdette him. He's very happy socks and now, but yeah I went to stocks names a bunch over the summers. We never had season tickets, but it was always you know hey, what are we doing this? Friday well. We're just GONNA go to the socks game like that was the default thing that we did and so I grew up with like the Frank Thomas. begin Jack McDowell. Roberto. Hernandez Robin Ventura. White Sox I could list a bunch of them, but those the the nineties teams were the ones that really got me into baseball and you grew up I'm assuming listening to Ken Hawk Harrelson as well and then you take his place in the broadcast booth. That's got to be surreal. Yeah. It was wild like I. have this vivid memory of when I was eight or so walking around gym class it Churchill Elementary School, doing a hawk Harrelson impersonation, and now I'm liked. The idea that I would be replacing such a legend Dow Hall of Famer. Is a truly remarkable thing, and and I am so grateful like part of what's carried me through all this too is. A, you know your mind goes to the worst places sometimes, and you just think of like worst case scenario like what if what if there's never baseball ever again and there's GonNa be baseball like we're GONNA. Get through this burnt out and science will catch up, but I think that I made it to the majors and was the guy who followed Hawk Harrelson. Accomplished feeling for for this guy. You also touched on it a moment ago. About what's called sportscasters scenes, other sportscasters getting together, and you're doing some fun takeoffs on movies. How did that all come about? How did was at your idea? Somebody else's idea. Yeah. I was just kind of brainstorming how to get sportscasters to do fun stuff and I thought about. The fact that we're in a building with emotion and we play off the crowd so much like let's let's see what sportscasters have chops for performance. Wise, otherwise though Len Kasper from the cubs and I said Hey. I have this idea. Would you do the first team with me? And he said Yeah let me pick a scene. And so he talked to his wife Pan, and they came up with a couple, and we decided on. Ned Ryerson and Phil Connors from Groundhog Day and lend was just super premium. Amazing as notoriety than I mean, he had like the he had the oddity, and he had the weirdness of Ned and the earnest, and it was just it was fantastic. Hey, Phil Phil Phil, Connors I thought that. Was You doing buddy? Thanks for watching. Don't tell me you don't remember me I sure as heck fire. Remember you not a chance man. Ryerson Neil knows net net ahead. Come on Case Western Heino. You know maybe to a week. I've done therefore out. I've got a fifth one hosting very soon as we talk and. It's just just been great fun to have fun with other announcers because that's what I. That's what I missed from what we do is we sit there and we talk about a game together and the energy that comes off each person is is truly astounding and helps us each get to a better show. That's the perfect segue to move into the broadcast I..

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Fresh update on "ned ryerson" discussed on Champions of Justice

Champions of Justice

00:08 min | 4 hrs ago

Fresh update on "ned ryerson" discussed on Champions of Justice

"Go check it out and see some of the things they're going to good tools, tips and resource is. You can also just call him and say, Hey, I want to talk. I want to chat. I want to figure out what I'm doing here for my own retirement. He's an income planner and complaining specialists to reach out to him a date for four. Triple 97526 All right, my friend life insurance, So that's another piece of those things that people don't want to talk about. I don't want to think about until they need it, and it kind of has a stereotypical feel to it. We think life insurance. I always think I used to always think about the guy in the movie ground. Hog Day that character Ned Ryerson, who runs up the Bill Mary and tries to selling 47 kinds of insurance. When 11 passes away, or something's happened or even long term care is a possibility It could suddenly become really important. Yeah, did on the very next best friend whore world. Exactly exactly. And you were never out of Ned Ryerson type. You know, A lot of people don't like to talk about life insurance. You're right. I mean, I can't believe how many people don't want to talk about. It's like you said. Some people in our lives we know don't want to even talk about dying. So my mom's that way too. It's part of living, sir, You have to discuss it. So in how life insurance you know, it's come such a long way anymore. I mean, life insurance. Everybody in there is this preconceived notion that it's all about death..

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"ned ryerson" Discussed on X96

X96

02:00 min | 2 months ago

"ned ryerson" Discussed on X96

"Those characters and like them know that there is more of the bad batch to come. Also on the way. Speaking of a bad batch Get ready for a Stanley universe of shows and movies that have nothing to do with marble. There's a big story here about companies like Pau and a bunch of other people see poor stand toward the end of his life. He you know, he got in bed with some people with bad intent as faras, exploiting his name and the things that he creates, and all of that. So Paulo Entertainment genius brands. You're going to be getting a whole bunch of Stanley labeled stuff coming here very soon. Just know But in my opinion It's a cash grab. And I won't be participating. And finally this, Gina When I say the name Ned Ryerson. What person you know who have lost Steven Double office Key. Stephen Tobolowsky hey, was recently on a podcast and he revealed That he has agreed to reprise his role is Ned Ryerson. If a TV Siri's based on ground hog Day sees the light of day. This is a quote from him, he says. There's talk about a ground hog day TV. Siri's in the works, one of the producers, I was working on the Goldbergs or school. One of those shows on the Sony lot. One of them saw me and goes, Stephen, We're working on a ground, hugged a TV show. Could you be Ned for the TV show, And I said, Well, yeah, sure, no problem. But it's Ned. 30 years later. What? What has his life become? That's not anything that would have Bill Murray is no, of course not, of course not. But Maybe it would be a different star every episode. Okay? Who knows? I don't know what it would be, But so you've got Ned Ryerson if they decided to go forward with high I'm Jay Farner, CEO of Quicken Loans. 30% of Americans who are planning home improvements of $5000 or more will pay for those renovations with a high interest credit card..

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"ned ryerson" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

06:46 min | 3 months ago

"ned ryerson" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Yeah I don't have many awkward moments anymore because I see anybody on a daily basis, it's I did them in conjunction with the Cerebral Palsy, foundation and the guy who was in charge at the time, Richard, Allen and. And we just thought it would be nice to have a smile while we told people. What might be better practice for how to handle people with disabilities out in public and what I'd give to have? Somebody judge me in public right now, but they still are really important. Because when we all get out of this isolation situation, we're going to have the opportunity to reset our minds sort of and and rethink exactly how we treat people and and. You know the the Cerebral Palsy, foundation does such great work with awareness and let alone medical care and I was just really happy to be a part of you grew up in the Chicago area. The south suburbs home would floss more high school. Were you a white sox fan growing up I? was I was stocks Fan growing up my dad I was the cubs fan, but my vomit. I converted him. He's very happy. Socks fan now, but yeah. I went to stocks names a bunch over the summer. We never had tickets, but it was always you know hey, what are we doing this Friday well. We're just GONNA go to the socks game like that was the default thing that we did and. So I grew up with like the Frank Thomas. Qian Jack McDowell. Roberto her, says Robin. Ventura White Sox I could list a bunch of them, but those were the nineties teams. We're the ones that really got me into baseball. Then you grew up. I'm assuming listening to Ken Harrelson as well, and then you take his place at the broadcast booth. That's got to be surreal. Wild like I have this vivid memory of when I was eight or so walking around gym class at Churchill Elementary School doing a hawk Harrelson impersonation and now I'm like the idea that I would be replacing such a legend and how a hall of Famer. Is a truly remarkable thing, and and I am so grateful like part of what's carried me through all of this, too, is a you know your mind goes to the worst places sometimes, and you just think like worst case scenario like what if what if there's never baseball ever again and there's GonNa. Be Baseball. We're GONNA get through this. This is GonNa, burn out and science will. Will catch up, but it think that I made it to the majors, and was the guy who followed hawk. Carrollton is a very accomplished appealing for for this guy. You also touched on it a moment ago. About what's called sportscasters scenes, other sportscasters getting together, and you're doing some fun takeoffs on movies. How did that all come about? Was that your idea? Somebody else's idea. Yeah. I was just kind of brainstorming how to get sportscasters to do fun stuff and I thought about. You know the fact that we're in a building with emotion, and we play off the crowd so much like let's let's see what sportscasters have chops for performance. Wise otherwise though I called Len Kasper from the cubs and I said Hey I have his idea. Would you do the first team with me? And he said Yeah let me take Osteen, and so he talked to his. His wife Pan and they came up with a couple, and we decided on Ned Ryerson and Phil Connors groundhog day and lend was just supremely amazing as Ryerson I mean he had like the he had the opportunity, and he had the weirdness of Ned, and the earnestness and it was. It was fantastic. Hey, feel Phil Phil Qatar's I thought that was you how you doing buddy? Thanks for watching. Don't tell me you don't remember me I. Sure as heck fire, remember you not a chance. Man. Sir Neil knows net Nan the head, come home, but at Case Western. Maybe to a week, I've done their four out. I've got a fifth one posting very soon as we talk and. It's just been great fun to have fun with other announcers. Because that's what I. That's what I missed from what we do is we sit there and we talk about a game together and the energy that comes off each person is is truly astounding and helps us each get to a better show. The perfect segue to move into the broadcast I saw last season with you and Bill Walton, former NBA Great and college basketball great bill. Walton is always marched to his own. He seemed to do that during the broadcast. If somebody hasn't seen that, I would suggest going and looking it up online. What was that like working with them? Was it was challenging? Was it fun was at both? I love bill dearly so I knew it was going to be great fun. The thing about calling it challenging is having the most curious person world and the most interested in information person in the world next to you is always going to be fun, but it's always going to be challenging like you said because you can sign up for bill and you can say Oh, you know I'll I'll handle whatever he goes, and then he goes somewhere. You don't expect I. mean the First Foul Ball of that game. He Goes Whoa and I thought well. What what are we doing here? And he was, he was just basically saying like. Wow, if they're all going to be like that. That's going to be great fun. It's like it's like he was a kid watching a game for the first time, even though the absolutely wasn't any knows a lot of baseball, people and he's a big fan of the game, but he plays with his partner, and he plays on different ideas that you don't see in baseball broadcast. And he was, he was tremendous cherish that for every day that I'm on the earth, and he's become a really good friend. He's a sweetheart of a man. He cares so much about the world and I missed I. Miss Getting to see him right now. Well before I. Let you go Jason. I have to ask you. Do you think we're going to see baseball the season? You know it it. It really depends on the science i. mean as everybody is saying and I wish it would get through to every human in America every leader in America. Widespread testing is the key I mean. That's what I've seen in the news. That's what's opened up. Germany. That's what's starting to. At least that's what's opened up the Taiwanese baseball league. That's what South Korea did I mean we? We need to be at the vanguard of testing, and we aren't at this point yet. For whatever reason the closer we get to that the closer we can get to two baseball coming back. I mean it really is all about the science. It's not about any person's individual.

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Groundhog Day Star Says They Were Approached About a TV Series Sequel

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:28 sec | 3 months ago

Groundhog Day Star Says They Were Approached About a TV Series Sequel

"Vu all over again. Dejavu, Mrs Lancaster. I don't think so. But I could check with the kitchen. Well, it's ground Hog day again. One of the featured actors in the Bill Murray movie Ground. Hog Day says he's been approached for a TV show sequel. Siri's Stephen Tobolowsky says he's been asked to take on the role of Ned Ryerson once more and head back to pucks, Itani. Stephen Tobolowsky is and just just just awesome. He's places supporting role in one day at a time Right now he's also on the Goldbergs who plays the principal wins news time.

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"ned ryerson" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

05:32 min | 3 months ago

"ned ryerson" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"I don't have many awkward moments anymore because I, see anybody on a daily basis. It's did them in conjunction with Cerebral Palsy Foundation and the guy who's in charge at the time, Richard Allinson. and. We just thought it would be nice to have a smile while we told people. What might be a better practice for how to handle people with disabilities in public and what I'd give to have. Somebody judge being public right now, but they still are really important. Because when we all get out of this isolation situation, we're going to have the opportunity to reset our minds sort of and rethink exactly how we treat people, and and you know the the. The Cerebral Palsy Foundation does such great work with awareness and let alone medical care. I was just really happy to be a part of it. He grew up in the Chicago area. The south suburbs homeward floss more high school where you a white sox fan growing up. I was I was docs growing up my dad I cubs fan, but my mom and I can hurt it. And he's a very happy socks and now, but yeah. I went to stocks names a bunch over the summer. We never had tickets, but it was always you know hey, what are we doing this Friday well? We're just going to go to the socks game like that was the default thing that that we did and so I grew up with like the Frank Thomas. Gillian Jack McDowell. Roberto Hernandez Robin Ventura White Sox I list a bunch of them, but those were the the nineties teams. We're the ones that really got me into baseball. Then you grew up. I'm assuming listening to Ken Hawk Harrelson as well and then you take his place at the broadcast booth. That's got to be surreal. Yeah, it was wild like I have vivid memory of when I was eight or so walking around gym class at Churchill, elementary school doing a hawk Harrelson Impersonation, and now I'm like the idea that I would be replacing such a legend Dow a hall of Famer. Is a truly remarkable thing and I am so grateful like part of what's carried me through all of this, too, is a you know you? Your mind goes to the worst places sometimes, then you just think of like worse case scenario like what if what if there's never baseball ever again and there's GonNa be baseball like we're GONNA get through this. This is GonNa burnt out and science. We'll catch job but Think that I made it to the majors, and was the guy who followed hawk. Harrelson is a very accomplished feeling I for this guy. You also touched on it a moment ago. About what's called sports caster scenes, other sportscasters getting together, and you're doing some fun takeoffs on movies. How did that all come about? How was that your idea? Somebody else's idea. Yeah? I was just kind of brainstorming on how to get sportscasters to do fun stuff and I thought about. You know the fact that we're in a building with emotion, and we play off the crowd so much like let's let's see what sportscasters have jobs for performance wise, otherwise though I called Len, Casper from the cubs, and I said. Hey I have this idea. Would you do the first team with me? And he said Yeah. Let me pick a scene, and so he talked to his wife. Wife Pan and they came up with a couple, and we decided on Ned Ryerson and Phil Connors from groundhog day and Len was just supremely amazing as Ned Ryerson I mean he had like the he had the oddity, and he had the weirdness, of Ned and the earnestness, and it was just it was fantastic. Hey, Phil Phil Phil Qatar's. I thought that was you how you doing buddy? Thanks for watching. Don't tell me you don't remember me I sure as heck fire, remember you not a chance. Read. Neil knows net Nan the head. Come on Case Western. You know maybe to a week I've done therefore four out. I've got a fifth one posting very soon as we talk and. It's just been great fun to have fun with other announcers. Because that's what I, that's what I missed from what we do is we sit there and we talk about a game together and the energy that comes off each person is is truly astounding and helps us each get to a better show now. That's the perfect segue to move into the broadcast I. I saw last season with you and Bill Walton. Former NBA. Grades in College Basketball Great Bill Walton is always marched to his own drum and he seemed to do that during the broadcast. If somebody hasn't seen that, I would suggest going and looking it up online, but was that like working with them, was it? Was it challenging? Was it fun was at both? I love bill dearly new. It was going to be great fun. The thing about calling it challenging is having the most curious person in the world and the most interested in information person in the world next to you. Is Always going to be fun, but it's always GonNa be challenging like you said because you can sign up for bill and you can say Oh, you know I'll I'll handle whatever he goes, and then he goes somewhere. You don't expect I mean the first foul ball of that game he goes. WHOA and I thought well. What what are we doing here? And he was, he was just basically saying like. Wow, if they're all going to be like that. That's going to be great. Fun I. It's like it's like he was a kid watching. Watching a game for the first time, even though the absolutely wasn't, and he knows a lot of baseball people and he's a big fan of the game,.

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"ned ryerson" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

08:31 min | 3 months ago

"ned ryerson" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"In fact, you produce segments called awkward moments of seen those where you let some of your humor come in while still delivering a message to people. What do you have? CPA and you're walking around the world. Sometimes people look out of curiosity sometimes people want to see if you need a hand which I don't but thanks anyway. Sometimes people look out of sheer panic. Like museum with wildly valuable antiquities take. Pottery from Roman. TIMES, I'm pretty sure I know at the security guards think. Kind bounce it back and forth, and he's talking to a friend, not even paying attention. He's GonNa. Buffet of the huge Tuli. This conversation's. Getting closer. Dude it's all right. You're just experiencing disbelieve ability the condition of observing a person disabilities do something completely typical for them which you feel like. Oh, my goodness. I can't believe they're doing this. I'm not gonNA break your face. I'm a guy who believes that anything that survived Romert the Crusades and being dug up by aggressive great hunting Grad students and survived me as well. Yeah I don't have many awkward moments anymore because I see anybody on a daily basis. It's did them in conjunction with the Cerebral Palsy Foundation and the guy who is in charge at the time Richard Alan? And we just thought it would be nice to have a smile while we told people. What might be a better practice for how to handle people with disabilities out in public and what I'd give to have somebody judge being public right now, but they still are important. Because when we all get out of this isolation situation, we're going to have the opportunity to reset our mind sort of and and rethink exactly how we treat people and and I. You know the the Cerebral Palsy Foundation. Does such great work with awareness and let alone medical care and I was just really happy to be part of it. You grew up in the Chicago area. The south suburbs More high school where you a white sox fan growing up I, Wa I was just Docs Fan growing up my dad I with a cubs fan, but my vomit. I converted him. On his very happy socks and now, but yeah I went to stocks names a bunch over the summers. We never had tickets, but it was always you know hey, what are we doing this Friday well? We're just GONNA go. The docks game like that was the default thing that we did and. So I grew up with like the Frank Thomas is Aghia and Jack McDowell. Roberto Hernandez Robin Ventura White Sox I could list a bunch of them, but those were the nineties teams. We're the ones that really got me into baseball. Then you grew up I'm assuming listening to Ken. Hawk Harrelson as well and then you take his place in the broadcast booth. That's got to be surreal. It was wild I have this vivid memory of when I was eight or so walking around gym class at Churchill Elementary School doing a hawk. Harrelson impersonation, and now I'm like the idea that I would be replacing such a legend Dow a hall of Famer. Is a truly remarkable thing and I am so grateful like part of what carried me through all this, too. Is a you know you? Go to the worst places sometimes, and you just think of like worst case scenario like what if what if there's never baseball ever again and there's GonNa be baseball like we're GONNA. Get through this. This is GonNa? Burn out and science will catch up but To think that. I made it to the majors and was the guy who followed hall Carrollton. Accomplished feeling for for this guy. You also touched on it a moment ago. About what's called sports caster scenes, other sportscasters getting together, and you're doing some fun takeoffs on movies. How did that all come about? How did was at your ideas? Somebody else's idea. Yeah, I was just kind of brainstorming how to get sportscasters to do fun. Stuff and I thought about. You know the fact that we're in a building with emotion, and we play off the crowd so much like let's let's see what sportscasters have jobs for performance wise, otherwise though I called Len Kasper from the cubs, and I said Hey I have this idea. Would you do the first team with me? And he said Yeah. Let me pick a scene. And so he talked to his wife Pan and they came up with a couple, and we decided on Ned Ryerson and Phil Connors from groundhog day and lend was just soup freely amazing as Ned Ryerson. The. He had the oddity, and he had the weirdness of Ned and the earnest, and it was just it was fantastic. Hey! Phil! Phil Phil Connors I thought that. Was You doing buddy? Thanks for watching. Don't tell me you don't remember me. I sure as heck fire. Remember you not a chance. Ryerson Neil knows net Nan. The head come home, but a case western note were You know maybe to a week I've done therefore out. I've got a fifth one posting very soon as we talk, and it's just been great fun to have fun with other announcers, because that's what I, that's what I missed from what we do is we sit there and we talk about a game together and the energy that comes off each person is is truly astounding. And helps US each. Get to a better show. Oh, that's the perfect segue to move into the broadcast. I saw last season with you and Bill Walton former NBA Great and college basketball. Great. Bill Walton is always marched to his own drum and he seemed to do that during the broadcast. If somebody hasn't seen that, I would suggest going and looking up online, but was that like working with him. Was it was a challenging? Was it fun was at both? I love bill dearly. So I knew it was gonNA. Be Great Fun. The thing about calling it challenging, having the most curious person in the world and the most interested in information person in the world next to you is always gonNA. Be Fun, but it's always going to be challenging like you said because you can sign up for bill, and you can say all you know. I'll I'll handle wherever he goes, and then he goes somewhere. You don't expect the first foul ball of that. He Goes Whoa and I thought well. What what are we doing here? And he was, he was just basically saying like. Wow, if they're all going to be like that. That's going to be great. Fun I. It's like. It's like he was a kid watching a game for the first time, even though he absolutely wasn't, and he knows a lot of baseball people and he's a big fan of the game, but he plays with his partner, and he plays on different ideas that you just don't see in baseball broadcast. And he was, he was tremendous. I will cherish that for every day that I'm on the earth, and he's become a really good friend. He's a sweetheart of a man. He cares so much about the world and and I miss. I Miss Getting to see him right now. Before I. Let you go Jason. I have to ask you. Do you think we're going to see baseball this season? You know it really depends on the science. I mean as everybody is saying and I wish it would get through to. Human in America every leader in America. Widespread testing is the key I. Mean that's what I've seen in the news. Is That's? Opened up Germany that's what's starting to. At least that's what's opened up the Taiwanese baseball league. That's what South Korea did I mean we? We need to be at the vanguard of testing, and we aren't at this point yet. For whatever reason, but the closer we get to that the closer we can get to two baseball coming back. I mean it really is all about the science. It's not about any person's individual opinion. It's about time. To hear you broadcasting games again soon. Jason Bonetti is an announcer for the Chicago White Sox you also can here on several networks broadcasting other sports as well, and he's a nice guy for taking time to speak with. US Jason thanks once again Sean. Thank you for having. Reminder you can tune in each week at.

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"ned ryerson" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

03:48 min | 4 months ago

"ned ryerson" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"As well. Yeah I. Don't have many awkward moments anymore. Because I see anybody on a daily basis, it's I did in conjunction with the Cerebral Palsy Foundation and the guy who was in charge at the time. Richard, l.. It's been. and. We just thought it would be nice to have a smile while we told people. What might be a better practice for how to handle people with disabilities out in public and what I'd give to have, somebody judge being public right now, but they still are really important. Because when we all get out of this isolation situation, we're going to have the opportunity to reset our mind sort of and and rethink exactly how we treat people, and and I you know the the cerebral palsy. Palsy Foundation does such great work with awareness and let alone medical care and I was just really happy to be a part of it. He grew up in the Chicago area. The south suburbs home would floss more high school. Where you a white sox fan growing up, I was I was just Docs fan growing up, my dad at I with a cubs fan, but my vomit. I converted him. He's very happy. Socks fan now, but yeah. I went to stocks names bunch over the summers. We never had season tickets, but it was always you know hey, what are we doing this Friday well? We're just GONNA go to the socks game like that was the default thing that we did and so I grew up with like the Frank Thomas. Ian Jack McDowell. Roberto Hernandez Robin Ventura, White Sox. I could list a bunch of them, but those were the nineties teams. We're the ones that really got me into baseball and you grew up I'm assuming listening to Ken. Hawk Harrelson, as well, and then you take his place in the broadcast booth. That's got to be surreal. It was wild like I. have this vivid memory of when I was eight or so walking around gym class at Churchill, elementary school doing a hawk Harrelson Impersonation, and now I'm like The idea that I would be replacing such a legend. Dow a hall of Famer. Is a truly remarkable thing, and I am so grateful like part of what's carried me through all this, too. Is a you know your mind goes to the worst places sometimes, and you just think of like worse case scenario like what if what if there's never baseball ever again and there's GonNa, be baseball like we're GONNA. Get through this. This is gonNA. Burn out and science will. Will catch up, but I think that I made it to the majors and was the guy who followed hawk. Carrollton is a very accomplished feeling for for this guy. You also touched on it a moment ago. About what's gone sportscasters scenes other sportscasters getting together, and you're doing some fun takeoffs on movies. How did that come about? How was that your idea? Somebody else's idea. Yeah I was just kind of brainstorming how to get sportscasters to do fun stuff and I thought about. You know the fact that we're in a building with emotion, and we play off the crowd so much like let's let's see what sportscasters have for performance wise otherwise though I called Len Kasper from the cubs and I said Hey. I have this idea. Would you do the first team with me? And he said Yeah Yeah? Let me pick a scene and so he talked to his. His wife. Pan and they came up with a couple and we decided on Ned Ryerson and Phil Connors from groundhog day and len was just soup remli amazing as node. Ryerson I mean he had like he had the oddity, and he had the weirdness of Ned and the earnest, and it was just it was fantastic. Hey, phil, Phil Phil Connors. I thought that. Was You doing buddy? Thanks for watching. Don't tell me you don't remember me I. Sure as heck fire, remember you not a chance..

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"ned ryerson" Discussed on Heartland Radio 2.0

Heartland Radio 2.0

01:49 min | 8 months ago

"ned ryerson" Discussed on Heartland Radio 2.0

"Everyone of the town. Is Ned Ryerson. That groundhog's fucking unit. Yeah well yeah but this week tweeted out there against I mean the other grabbed. It's the best life of all hooks. Christ pardoned Turkey. Dumb ass ground grounds are dumber. Does other things that stick their heads up out of the ground look around. GOPHERS gophers hedgehogs. The cooler ones like on the prairie. We emerged maybe. He's the one that fall around. That's that's the vote. If you bought a poop you have a very common. I know. That's your dog poops. Coming out of your body yeah. So he's it probably is. That was what was tomorrow. I thought he was a Lemur. Yeah he's a Lima Lima a monkey. I thought Lever Bourbaki. lemurs might be the things Madagascar those early wherever he is. Have you seen that documentary archies. There's a whole documentary about a family of those. I think they did organ Freeman. I think maybe does voiceover planet Earth Mere Cats March. They're fucking paid off. That is the best area or exhibit to go to add. Zoo One hundred out of one hundred times those fucking jump around the special episode on. I remember in eighth grade. We took a trip to Chicago and we went to the zoo and I had a disposable camera and just just took like a hundred pictures other pictures from the weekend leaders in the mirror cats because they were very entertaining probably probably went through one hundred. Disposable cameras did not.

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"ned ryerson" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

KTTH 770AM

03:03 min | 1 year ago

"ned ryerson" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

"John. Back with the Tom shillue show. We're here with Dave just cow. And Jessica Tarlov they have a lot to say about the issues of the day. And and I do too. But this was the top of my social media feed. They cancelled one day at a time. And I didn't even know it was on the air. Dave, did you know that there was a one day at a time, which as you? It's the legendary sitcom from the seventies. We all grew up with MacKenzie Phillips and MRs van Halen their veterans. Valerie, bertinelli and Bonnie, Bonnie Franklin. Okay. So they re they've remade it on Netflix. And apparently, it has a a some kind of small but loyal following. You know, what they did with it? They made a Latino version of that. So the the mother and she's kind of hot and Rita Moreno Senate. She plays the mother, mother grandmother Rita. Moreno legendary Rita Moreno true legend like she plays the net the net Fabri role from the old. One day to sit com, we'll played and romano's mother. I. I auditioned Schneider part. You auditioned for one day at a time. Yeah. Because they have the the regular white guy is Stephen Topalov ski Ned Ryerson from groundhog day. But I tell me how you got into an audition for a maybe our friend that we know Mike, Royce is the producer of the show with Norman Lear. He created the show runner with Norman Lear whose ninety two we spent about an hour and a half on today's show decrying nepotism, and Dave is telling me he got into an audition because he knows a guy. Well, that's how I get anything. Really? Thank god. But it took me thirty years to work that out addition. It's like half the stuff. I don't know for when they're just looking for a guy that so obnoxious, I usually just get cast. But this one was different the. I want to. Read some of the stuff here. The Netflix has has said they talked about. Netflix is canceling one day at a time. And it's you know, they're heartbroken that they're canceling the series and made it very difficult decision to cancel one day at a time for a four season and listen to this net flicks USS and to anyone who felt seen or represented possibly for the first time by one day at a time. Please don't take this as an indication. Your story is not important. What the heck are they talking about? Thing. Now that people say a lot in politics as well. I felt seen right now who are these people who stories are not being told minorities Rita Moreno, she's been on my TV screen since west side stories the fifties spicy though. I don't know. Hispanic? Loves them. They can't get enough of. LGBTQ relationship. One would only expect that was their Dave. I don't think so I don't I don't think anybody that's where necessary or maybe it's just really old people saying that like thank you for bringing back. The thing that I loved. But it was nothing. Representation.

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"ned ryerson" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"ned ryerson" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Well, illinois's weather predicting groundhog known as Woodstock Willey made his annual appearance before it enthusiastic crowd in Woodstock square. This morning. Failed to see his shadow meaning an early spring. They were cheers and applause as actor Stephen tab, allow ski who played insurance agent Ned Ryerson in the film groundhog day. Read the proclamation Woodstock was the setting for the movie, which will be shown at ten tomorrow morning. Followed by a walking tour starting at twelve thirty both events are free and open to the public. It was a similar scene in Pennsylvania today where the most famous groundhog Nate his annual appearance before seven thirty AM Punxsutawney Phil emerged from his burrowing gablers. Knob at sunrise and did not see his shadow Jeff Lundy, vice president of the Punxsutawney groundhog club. Read the predictions of the large crowd gathered outside in frigid temperatures faithful followers. There is no shadow of me a beautiful spring. Last year and the year before that the famous groundhog saw his shadow suggesting six more weeks of winter. However in reality it was an early spring both years, I'm Julie Walker. A new effort is underway to end state lawmaker pensions Representative David mcsweeney of Barrington hills voluntarily opted out of the state pension system, saying legislators, get excessive benefits compared to other public servants. He proposes passing a law to take the option away from new legislators saying it sends the wrong message to taxpayers Sweeney says he'd even like to take pensions away from current lawmakers something that would mean a constitutional challenge in the courts. He's proposed similar legislation..

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"ned ryerson" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"ned ryerson" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"The clock is ticking down to maroon five's big splash at the Super Bowl halftime show. But we are learning more about some of the acts that said, thanks, but no, thanks Cardi. B's? She says she gave a hard pass to the Super Bowl. Doc, but not without mixed feelings. She told the Associated Press she turned down the high profile gig to support former NFL quarterback, Colin Kaepernick. She said it wasn't easy since her husband rapper offset loves football, riana and pink. Also reportedly turned down offers to perform maroon five did sign on for tomorrow's big game. When he Gillette CBS news. You probably forgot that this is groundhog day. Well, it is and the Illinois groundhog known as Woodstock Willie did not see his shadow this morning, according to legend that means an early spring actor Stephen to Bosque how about this Toby allow ski who played the insurance agent Ned Ryerson in the movie groundhog day was in Woodstock square for the ceremony and read the proclamation declaring an early spring as the enthusiastic crowd cheered at ten tomorrow morning. There will be a showing of the. Movie groundhog day, which was filmed in Woodstock followed by a walking tour, both events free a similar scene occurred in Pennsylvania, where Punxsutawney Phil also failed to see his shadow today. A search is in progress for a would-be robber whose crime was thwarted when his gun got stuck in his pants Saint Louis metro police say someone walked into a Family Dollar store Thursday afternoon and ordered an employee to give him the cash register when the worker said he couldn't the suspect reached for the gun that was in the waistband of his jeans, but it wouldn't budge the man then ran away without getting.

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"ned ryerson" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"ned ryerson" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Something. Last week. Didn't you you're losing? It was like a month ago. Almost now are we in February? Yeah. There was like three weeks ago. This is February tomorrow doggone gonnit, tomorrow, Saturday yesterday tomorrow would have been what we've been doing our groundhog day shows probably four or five years has anybody noticed what we've done. I think they probably have. We started the bumper music with the same bumper music every time. Yes, it's I got you babe. I'll just reveal this now because we are aren't gonna do it today. We're playing some good music here. See, I got you babe. Starting at exactly the same point that the movie does at six o'clock in the morning Bill Murray, except for the very last one. I think we back it up a little bit because that's what they did in the movie and every emailer that we have is Ned from Ryerson Kentucky Ryerson, Vermont Ryerson, Texas Ryerson if you've seen that needle nose Ned Ned Ryerson is the one that emails spilling all our secrets. I mean, what are you gonna do? I did you know that you'll have to wait for next year for us to and they'll forget we'll forget to. Well, forget sure opposites is on a Saturday. We're not going to be doing it this year. It is tomorrow. Right. I don't know. In February second groundhog. Okay. I never really paid attention. Holy cow really was living California. I don't care about the snow, and we don't really care about the winter. We don't although I think it got down into the fifties outside. Shivering in that. All right. We'll take a break. We got some questions glare in Phoenix. Arizona with.

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"ned ryerson" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

03:01 min | 2 years ago

"ned ryerson" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Twenty dawn. The opinions of the host Saad. Katie WN are their own and do not necessarily reflect the views of this station, its management, or Beasley Media Group. Geez for today's needs. And tomorrow's goals. This is strategy investing presented by the wealth advisors at Lucia capital group. Now here are Johnny dean and Rick the professor Plum gosh. One. Whatever that means Johnny dean here. Professor Rick Plum, bucket strategy investing. We're here from Lucia capital group. And guess what? We're talking about to any idea professor Plum. Oh, we're going to be talking about today as a main topic the program, of course, keep in mind is bucket strategy investing. What do you think I think we're going to talk about buckets? Hey, I feel like Ned Ryerson. What did he say? Bingo. He said something anyway. Yes. That's it. We're gonna be talking about buckets bucket. Number two is actually the specific topic today, we do get questions on individual buckets. Now last week. We had a nice discussion on bucket number one. And why you need to have a bucket number one. How do you have a bucket strategy without a bucket one? First of all, you don't have any need to take any distributions for the next five to ten years, and you don't need number one other than emergency money. Okay. Well, that sounds like somebody who's just working building up their portfolio or somebody who has more pensions and social security income than they'll ever need to spend. Okay. Well, if that's the case, then you may not even need necessarily buckets type strategy. If you got all the income that you need your income. Of course is your bucket number one. All right. But there's more to it than that. I've seen bucket strategies that. Work like this three years of cash and then after that. Stocks. Divide your portfolio up into to take three years, maybe four, but who needs four years of cash, let's say three, and then the rest can be diverted devoted to an equity portfolio. And what they say as well. I've looked market downturns. And historically they last on average about eighteen months. They're missing a point. They're they're missing something really really big longer than the eighteen months in most cases. Well, yeah. It does that's the average slope. Well, that's much steeper than the upward. That's it. You see? It's not just waiting for it to go down. Yeah. From top to bottom. Maybe it does take eighteen months. Maybe it takes less than that doesn't come back the next day. So you need something you need some time. So of course, we prefer a strategy where you've got six seven years. Let's call it seven of spendable..

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"ned ryerson" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

03:42 min | 2 years ago

"ned ryerson" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"You're calling me and my headphones. Storm. Daniel Thunderstorm warning for portions of will Cain and dupage counties and you asked earlier about hail they said that there has been some quarter-sized, hail reported in north Aurora and Batavia. Hail HALE well first tornadoes. Or hurricanes depending on where I'm at and then number two my worst weather fear hail Yeah it'll wreck, your car yeah it's true All right Thank, you. Jennifer, welcome that's. That's, it well sixty mile. Per hour wind gusts. Quarter-sized hail torrential rainfall occurring with the storm may lead to, flash flooding and it could affect places like Naperville Bolingbrook Wheaton downers grove Lamont woodridge Darien Westmont Those are some of the Sanford and sons Anybody remember that The weather's. Not taken seriously You can always have a. Little fun where we don't. We don't make the weather Get through it is. That Mark tibido online eleven, Ted's tip dog they call me whether we. Don't make we just report on subtitles which is. To. Big ladder like Bill Murray he. Doesn't make the weather just like groundhog day. Exactly he said he makes the weather I I can't. Take credit for the weather Groundhog's day so I'm, not gonna take this weather Tibbs you're your. Mind's going to be blown we are in the. Presence. Of a guy from Woodstock where. Groundhog, day was filmed oh you're kidding me She's bending. Ned Ryerson's corner I have to oh yeah we've taken there by dogged of course. Of, course because I He took. Me on a tour of. A of a, walking tour, of the big hotels right. Around the, corner from, my house Awesome that's lovely What makes hail so since I fear HALE and we're really only because, of my car I fear it what weather conditions make it so that it, will hail well what are conditions like we have today or storms developing and it's kinda cold up at. The high altitudes so? What happens storms they grow up. To certain heights thirty forty thousand. Feet and Miller shows off on. Channel five but the? Cloud tops cloud what does that. Mean does that a vegetable Top it can, be in some places yes well you know what happens is these the raindrops go up and they freeze and they make several trips up and down the thunderstorms caught. In the updraft and they hit the downdraft for the years coming down. The front side of this. Storm those gusty winds were cooled off often when you feel the storm starting that's the downdraft coming overhead what happens is the ice crystals, that get caught in the circulation. And eventually they get heavy enough and they fall. Out and. They're frozen and that's how you get hail so you look for thunderstorms that, are fairly Tony I'm, here. That's usually one of? The things you need How many thousand feet how many thousand feet up above thirty two thousand. Feet I start watching them. Because that's usually up about thirty five you know when you start you can get a storm under the right conditions that could go severe. Typically thirty two zero feet yeah. Yeah today the storms are there writer up there. Thirty five. To forty somewhere the hailed kind of weather We have. Had just recently here some piece is tale that's been reported which is pretty small. Town up to damage your car but it's been reported just west downers, crow so that's one of the reasons why we, have that severe thunderstorm warning for page, county as well. As will county and that's gonna go until six o'clock local. Time so we have one, storm it's approaching downers grove I'm pretty sure this might have a small hill additionally on top of. What's. Happened. So if you're. In Westmont willowbrook still not quite in the morning yet. But it's headed your way Cars.

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"ned ryerson" Discussed on Business & Biceps

Business & Biceps

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"ned ryerson" Discussed on Business & Biceps

"I said i ain't the captain of the yacht but i'm on the boat you know what i'm saying so a lot of people you know we grew up in in society you know instagram and social media is this platform is all about you right but the irony is that it's not really all about shoe if you're trying to win you know what i'm saying you can't ninety one mother fucker in life who's winning big who is all about him and when you're trying to win big please understand that you don't have to be your name doesn't have to be on the building john this is episode that there were about the drop right now was really interesting i think doozy yeah like ned ryerson said in groundhog day watch that next step it's a doozy it is a fucking that's an underused were john i would agree bomb bomb is a great word under utilized by some needs to be implemented more yes so i think the topic started off as basically how to sell yourself yes in how to influence people which is massive to everybody even if you don't think you like sales you you'd better act yeah i don't know if it's an act of structural sales is just an act of understanding that every every time he talked to somebody somebody every time you look at somebody you are selling yourself in a way whether you know it or not agree in so we bring light to that yup really talking about systems which i don't know that a lot of people talk about man sai systems are are tough put their mandatory and i think they're what take a business from doing well to critical mass and and that's where a lot of people get stuck i know i've been stuck during the past and building machinery you know is what keeps the assembly line running this is true so we're about the drop i believe is an epic episode because there's some funny stuff but some great take marie says two comments i forget the first one don't be i don't know what it was e.

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"ned ryerson" Discussed on The Giant Beastcast

The Giant Beastcast

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"ned ryerson" Discussed on The Giant Beastcast

"Right the slice of americana right there yeah so we and then the poppa john's guy winds rain arman yeah i mean we don't have any secret is there any also heard there is a new show coming from george our our our our martin our martin or more i see these other tvs wanted walking unlike the i don't know he's he has something in developing i don't know what it is john began with our own thing i think it's based on another sifi authors works like he's using it these guys are the poor result i really wanna finish these books request yes yes he's he's making out how you're video games airwaves very cold out there it is put you believe zone dan i got you babe and don't drive angry stay home player you'll games how about that i can't pick of ned ryerson denied rosen paying not the the god is it snowing alghad snowing spaces as the average life my favorite alannah collider something satellites satellites it down he's a snowy driving we don't drive angry closest week's credit get a japan what's his name or sell it now it's krizan out onto bill murray on the phone on like a pay phone matt cameraman crease like i'm a celebrity he like i don't remember exempts you have like a special line raevel like me they'll get great movie cabin moi now fuck uk have always grant now if you're ally amount i will not by any land erakat annoy underlined casket mistake i i mean i think chris elliott gets as much thrilled with like louis they were not allowed to have a great writer on letterman back in the day amin oncamera telling you marry her letterman he and boy is one of the best profoundly stupid movie your tile gives you that it is really want us i have monkey the.

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"ned ryerson" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"ned ryerson" Discussed on WDRC

"Here on the program i call them from groundhog day needle nose ned ryerson member him view qatar's is that you now i was guys greek when my face but anyway anyway you knows ned ryerson insurance and they had a skit that sam waterson did on saturday night live was with robot insurance and old people fearing robots coming and he talked about how roommate row robots eat old people's all peoples medicine for fuel i mean it was one of the best paredes television paredes i've ever seen saturday night live it was awesome awesome and we have planted here on the program the past but anyway robots only talk a little bit about robots because everybody seems to think that these robots are going to take over the country nobody's going to have any jobs and i'm here to tell you the some of the younger people listening to the program ben they're done that packer i remember these scare stories back in the 1970s 1970s early eight zero talking about automation at auto plants in everyone because they will lose their job and it was going to be terrible oh yeah let's talk about retail a little bit shelling great piece this past week by the way wall street journal by greg talking about this he makes a great points peres super retailers robot apocalypse is in a science fiction movie as digital giant swallow a growing share of shoppers spending thousands of stores have closed in tens of thousands of workers his have lost their jobs and he points his lady claims belinda do uh do perry she soul jewelry at a sam's club and falls river massachusetts until the store closed down she got a job instead at.

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"ned ryerson" Discussed on Crybabies

Crybabies

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"ned ryerson" Discussed on Crybabies

"And what a recurring theme on on crybabies is when blake the heroes moments and that can make and often it's through speeches i remember we had one guest who at the letter from travis at the alamo which very texas related thing was something is steven trouble outskied actor he might now you might have worked with him before but um he's ned ryerson from groundhog day okay no that guy yeah so anyway when there's a moment where someone is going beyond just normal everyday human existence can be very moving and one thing that you mention was you at the theater last week and head of government when there was a standing ovation oranges you're making me realize it's not the heroes moment it's a group agreement to move at the same time because like processional parading standing ovations they all have in common this feeling that the group has somehow risen up with a common excitement threatened that makes me cry to admire another per yeah and then it hasn't been agreed upon until the moment that it's happening right by go the processional the beginning of lying king was agreed upon but there's just something about like kind of a group of grace that brings me down i don't know what it is what i always feel like there's a little bit of peer pressure to stand up even if you don't necessarily believe it deserves and ovation yeah that but i think that's the group grace it just takes over yeah you're right pulled n e say it makes you question like my aunt my sitting here and well the problem well and i stand up for these and other factors i'm going to stop being set up yeah it takes such a big sort of we will yes that all right we're going to watch this is a performance from the lion king play yes at the tony's the eight okay what do they do the thing where they come down the aisles yes okay great this is it this thing brought me to tears live all right and the theater.

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