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"ralph kramden" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

04:24 min | Last month

"ralph kramden" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Hey, Dave. How you doing? Good to talk to you again. It's good to talk to you, too. You are busy, man. No doubt try to stay that way. You know, it was putting a lot of putting together a lot of plans for a lot of people that are getting me the readier to retire or looking to retire soon or We're at that point where they're going to retire. Yeah, So you know, the main thing is I have a plan. You gotta have that plan and in hand, so that's what I do, and that's what I'm gonna be continued to do. For the foreseeable future for a long time, because I people ask me all the time, Marty When you gonna retire in it, I'm not going to retire. I'm expanding my company. I'm opening offices in different cities around the country, as you know. And S O. I'm not have no intention or plan to retire. I love what I'm doing and enjoy what I'm doing. So why stop there? Exactly. I mean, you have to keep working so you can help other people retired exactly how they're going to retire if you were tired. Life if I'm not there exactly Aziz, you said earlier. Some signs and even tips to help you be successful in your retirement planning, and we're gonna put this and maybe a little bit of just not throughout, but version of Jeff Foxworthy. You have You're familiar with the routine He has, like, If you go to family reunions to meet dates, you might be a redneck, but we're gonna have to switch it up a little bit. And, uh, went and actually focus on retirement. Here's the first one. If you're looking for quick retirement fix, you might not be ready for retirement. Well, that that's probably the case unless you have a huge inheritance. Say you're anticipating the quick fix. You know the you know that everybody remembers Ralph Kramden and those schemes of his lawyers get rich, quick scheme. Yeah, well, you know, they get quick retirement fix really doesn't doesn't happen unless you I have a client who bought Bitcoin when Bitcoin was $3 a coin and look where it is today. With that $56,000 appointing s O. He did extremely well, obviously. But that was, you know, just some insight that he had that he or, you know, in Penny stocks, and he just, you know, put 100 bucks a week away inside, and then he invested and now he's he's He's quitting his job, and we're doing a whole bunch of financial plans for him. But there, you know, there is no quick solution. It ZMA thought Ical. Save every week. Do what you need to do, You know again, Let's not be a Ralph Kramden here and find one of these get rich quick schemes because they just you end up losing in the long run. And that's that would make matters even worse. So Let's sit down, have a conversation and and put together a plan. And as far as how we're gonna proceed, Tonto move forward. You know, Kramer had those two on Seinfeld and I loved some of his ideas, but they always got stolen. His best one to me was the cologne that smells like you've been on the beach and I I buy that in a second. You're gonna like this next one? Because you like you calling a spending plan? If you're spending without a plan, you might not be ready to retire. Well, that's that's quite true, because if you're just, you know willy nilly spending and not really having any kind of a plan in place. A budget TOC save for retirement. Yes, you might be putting away a couple $100 here and there. That's you know, it depends on how old you are. If you're if you're like my kids age and their twenties. Yeah, that's okay. You know, putting a few $100 here and there a way they don't have any kids yet. They don't have any real responsibilities yet, So that's understandable. But if you're in your fifties Or even in your sixties. You know that you should be raising some red flags. If you're thinking about retiring, and you haven't really put together a plan of any kind. We definitely need to sit down and meet. We definitely need to put together a plan for you. T see where you stand and what the what The goal is going to be long term because retirement last a long time, folks. I mean, we're living longer. We're living better quality of life and we make she have to make sure that you have the income to sustain yourself during that course of years in while you're in retirement. And the plan. The overall retirement plan for you, crafted.

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"ralph kramden" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

02:10 min | 9 months ago

"ralph kramden" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"Of Ralph Kramden and telling me he's infected. They had it on the news that people are receiving these letters, and they have not been tested. What's the harm done that? What would what? What's the harm better that we forget the harm? What is the benefit? Why would I do it? Why Mark Mark the benefit of showing there's more co bid is that Is that all of the fear mongers like CNN and all these other people get their way. That's why they want to keep the country closed. They want to keep things shut down. They want people to choke. They want people to be miserable. I shows a revolt against the government. Yeah, I'm not going into deep. Say you know what Mark? You even said this yourself that they want to make this look worse than it is for election. And now you're saying that's not true. I don't think the governor is telling people I don't even when they don't. I don't think the governor is either. I didn't say that. I don't think the governor know you personally. Yeah, And I don't think any I don't think any what is purposely, I think they are purposely with in play, inflating the numbers. Yes, I do. But but I don't think by making up tests. No, I just think that they're assigning Cove it almost anything that looks like it might be Cove. It And and I don't think they do a lot of tests. Now that we know we know that for sure that they've been doing that all over the country, but no, I don't think they're going to give you. Um uh, say you took the test when you didn't that part. We have more coming up no impact Traffic thiss Reporters sponsored by express pros dot com. The highway drive around the Metro area looking good right now, just a little bit of volume on West down to 70 through Commerce City, also a bit sluggish on westbound I 70 between Colorado and York and flow on that ramp from eastbound Sixth Avenue onto South Bound I 25. Everything else, though pretty wide open offthe freeway roadworks, slowing things down on South bound, shared an approaching six as well as on eastbound Bellevue Approaching Holly, just.

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"ralph kramden" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

04:47 min | 1 year ago

"ralph kramden" Discussed on KTOK

"Gleason and the Honeymooners high time I seen that one yet Ralph Kramden was his name he's the only other Ralph I remember yeah and you know you can tell from what's the popular names like every year they have the top ten girls names and ten boys names a goal like in the streets and in some kind of streak or something well what I do is I look at him and I say what is in our society is now valuing because you can compare all those names together and see what is now being valued for example in twenty twenty what is being valued looking at the two thousand nineteen names is we want our man smart and we want them flexible and we want them to think outside the box we want our women to be likable and to be kind how come some names that were used to years ago eighteen hundreds have just merely disappeared like Jezebel and stuff I don't think anybody's ever called Jezebel anymore what happened to these names I think people understand subconsciously that some names are not really positive and when you want to name your child you want to give them the best chance of success out there so when you realize like Jezebel in the Bible was a not a positive name and so is that comes into people's awareness they got I'm not gonna do that to my kids that's interesting so I don't think kids are called like by using Bob or anything like that are the ones made up names in the United States where in different countries they literally will give you a list like in Norway you can pick any child's name off of this list but you cannot have a name that's not on this list I know I know a girl who is a anchor person in the Montana her first name is Phoenix and if that's a different name the name somebody right the are you naming them after state or how did that happen well it's what it means first of all you've got Phoenix rising and so you look at Phoenix has a positive because of the Phoenix rising and if you look at the names in the letters it says this is going to be somebody who can think outside the box is going to be able to hold their own and it's going to have great left and right brain coordination so that they're going to be able to excel in both the left brain tasks and the right brain cancer so that's a fabulous person name interesting then your websites of course you named it yourself then you yes No the names because I always thought that if somebody was hearing it and they were not you know where they could write it down they could think later all we need to remember that name I need to know the name of that website you go oh yeah that was it you know the name so somebody like Ted Bundy who is the serial killer that was his name that's what people called him would things have changed for him it's people and call them Theodore he has a confrontation in Theodore but in the word head in in the name Ted and lesser something in the last name to counterbalance it there's anger anger shows up for different ways in names and some of the way say I can get mad enough to kill and that's what shows up in his name is Pat stay with us I also understand showed on that you have come up with some kind of meaning for corona virus we'll talk about that when we come back in a moment or websites are linked up that coast to coast am dot com and again the books are called all the names of the person and know the name know how to connect the coast website is now streamlined for mobile devices great news if your coast insider or simply want to enjoy our website on your phone visit coast to coast AM dot com on your iPhone or android browser news radio one thousand Katie okay possibly Wednesday maybe Thursday and I don't know anymore honey is it today all times or is it tomorrow weekend it's the quarantine confusion in these very troubled times it doesn't matter what day it is stay informed B..

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"ralph kramden" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

04:33 min | 1 year ago

"ralph kramden" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Gleason and the Honeymooners my time I seen that one yet Ralph Kramden was his name he's the only other Ralph I remember yeah and you know you can tell from what's the popular names like every year they have the top ten girls names and ten boys names a goal like United States and in some kind of streak or something well what I do is I look at him and I say what is in our society is now valuing because you can compare all those names together and see what is now being valued for example in twenty twenty what is being valued looking at the two thousand nineteen names is we want our man smart and we want them flexible and we want them to think outside the box we want our women to be likable and to be kind how come some names that were used to years ago eighteen hundreds have just merely disappeared like Jezebel and stuff I don't think anybody's ever called Jezebel anymore what happened to these names well I think people understand subconsciously some names are not really positive and when you want to name your child you want to give them the best chance of success out there so when you realize like Jezebel in the Bible was a not a positive name and so is that comes into people's awareness they got on not to do that to my kids that's interesting so I don't think kids are called like by using Bob or anything like that are the what it's made up names in the United States we're in different countries they literally will give you a list like in Norway you can pick any child's name off of this list but you cannot have a name that's not on this list I know I know a girl who is a anchor person in the Montana her first name is Phoenix and if that's a different name the name somebody right the are you naming them after state or how did that happen well it's what it means first of all you've got Phoenix rising and so you look at Phoenix has a positive because of the Phoenix rising and if you look at the names in the letters it says this is going to be somebody who can think outside the box is going to be able to hold their own and it's going to have great left and right brain coordination so that they're going to be able to excel in both the left brain task and the right brain cancer so that's a fabulous person name interesting then your websites of course you named it yourself then you know the name because I always thought that if somebody was hearing it and they were not you know where they can write it down they could think later only need to remember that name I need to know the name of that website you go oh yeah that was it no the name so somebody like Ted Bundy who is the serial killer that was his name that's what people called him would things have changed for him it's people and call them Theodore confrontation in Theodore but in the word head in in the name head and unless there's something in the last name to counterbalance it there's anger anger shows up for different ways in names and some of the ways say I can get mad enough to kill and that's what shows up in his name is Pat stay with us I also understand showed on that you have come up with some kind of meaning for corona virus we'll talk about that when we come back in a moment or websites are linked up that coast to coast am dot com and again the books are called all the names of the person and know the name know how to connect the coast website is now streamlined from mobile devices great news if your coast insider or simply want to enjoy our website on your phone visit coast to coast AM dot com on your iPhone or android browser Cayley's radio time is one thirty cope with nineteen is hitting.

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"ralph kramden" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

03:30 min | 1 year ago

"ralph kramden" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Gleason and the Honeymooners my time I seen that one yet Ralph Kramden was his name he's the only other Ralph I remember yeah and you know you can tell from what's the popular names like every year they have the top ten girls names and ten boys names a goal like in the states in the in some kind of streak or something well what I do is I look at him and I say what is in our society is now valuing because you can compare all those things together and see what is now being valued for example in twenty twenty what is being valued looking at the two thousand nineteen names is we want our man smart and we want them flexible and we want them to think outside the box we want our women to be likable and to be kind how come some names that were used to years ago eighteen hundreds have just merely disappeared like Jezebel and stuff I don't think anybody's ever called Jezebel anymore what happened to these names I think people understand subconsciously but some names are not really positive and when you want to name your child you want to give them the best chance of success out there so when you realize like Jezebel in the Bible was a not a positive name and so is that comes into people's awareness they got I'm not gonna do that to my kids that's interesting so I don't think kids are called like by using Bob or anything like that are the one is made up names in the United States we're in different countries they literally will give you a list like in Norway you can pick any child's name off of this list but you cannot have a name that's not on this list I know I know a girl who is a anchor person in the Montana her first name is Phoenix and if that's a different name the name somebody writes the are you naming them after state or how did that happen well what it means first of all you've got Phoenix rising and so you look at Phoenix has a positive because of the Phoenix rising and if you look at the names and the letters it says this is going to be somebody who can think outside the box is going to be able to hold their own and it's going to have great left and right brain coordination so that they're going to be able to excel in both the left brain task and the right brain cancer so that's a fabulous person name interesting then your websites of course you named it yourself then you know the name because I always thought that if somebody was hearing it and they were not you know where they can write it down they could think later only need to remember that name I need to know the name of that website you go oh yeah that was it no the name so somebody like Ted Bundy who is the serial killer that was his name that's what people called him what things have changed for him it's people and call them Theodore confrontation in Theodore but in the words head in in the name Ted and left there something in the last name to counterbalance it there's anger anger shows up for different ways in names and some of the way say I can get mad enough to kill and that's what shows up in his name is Pat stay with us I also understand **** on that you have come up with some kind of meaning for corona virus we'll talk about that when we come back in a moment or websites are linked up that coast to coast am dot com and again the books are called all the name or the person and know the name know how.

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"ralph kramden" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

03:34 min | 1 year ago

"ralph kramden" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Gleason and the Honeymooners high time I seen that one yet Ralph Kramden was his name he's the only other Ralph I remember yeah and you know you can tell from what's the popular names like every year they have the top ten girls names and ten boys names a goal like United States and in some kind of streak or something well what I do is I look at him and I say what is in our society is now valuing because you can compare all those names together and see what is now being valued for example in twenty twenty what is being valued looking at the two thousand nineteen names is we want our man smart and we want them flexible and we want them to think outside the box we want our women to be likable and to be kind how come some names that were used to years ago eighteen hundreds have just merely disappeared like Jezebel and stuff I don't think anybody's ever called Jezebel anymore what happened to these names well I think people understand subconsciously some names are not really positive and when you want to name your child you want to give them the best chance of success out there so when you realize like Jezebel in the Bible was a not a positive name and so is that comes into people's awareness they got I'm not gonna do that to my kids that's interesting so I don't think kids are called like by using Bob or anything like that are the what it's made up names in the United States where in different countries they literally will give you a list like in Norway you can pick any child's name off of this list but you cannot have a name that's not on this list so I know I know a girl who is a anchor person in Montana her first name is Phoenix and if that's a different name the name somebody right the are you naming them after state or how did that happen well it is what it means first of all you've got Phoenix rising and so you look at Phoenix has a positive because of the Phoenix rising and if you look at the names in the letters it says this is going to be somebody who can think outside the box is going to be able to hold their own and it's going to have great left and right brain coordination so that they're going to be able to excel in both the left brain task and the right brain cancer so that's a fabulous person name interesting then your websites of course you named it yourself then you yes No the names because I always thought that if somebody was hearing it and they were not you know where they can write it down they could think later only need to remember that name I need to know the name of that website you go oh yeah that was it you know the name so somebody like Ted Bundy who is the serial killer that was his name that's what people called him would things have changed for him it's people and call them Theodore he has a confrontation in Theodore but in the words head in in the name Ted and lesser something in the last name to counterbalance it there's anger anger shows up for different ways in names and some of the way say I can get mad enough to kill and that's what shows up in his name is Pat stay with us I also understand showed on that you have come up with some kind of meaning for corona virus we'll talk about that when we come back in a moment or websites are linked up that coast to coast am dot com and again the books are called all the names of the person and know the name know how to connect the coast website is now streamlined for.

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"ralph kramden" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"ralph kramden" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"To see this was fully operating well I want to see a profit to the city I also want to see every detainee letters here treated fairly the residents still have a lot of questions we did reach out to ice to see if they could help answer some of those concerns and give us more information but as of right now we are still waiting to hear back in that issue issued from my witness news Kevin spacey's criminal groping case got thrown for a loop yesterday when the accuser invoked his Fifth Amendment right against self incrimination William little was in the courtroom for a pre trial hearing over the missing cell phone in his first public appearance now he testified that he and no one else deleted anything from his phone when space is attorney Alan Jackson asked if he was aware that destroying evidence was a felony in Massachusetts he was like I am now he kind of pull the Ralph Kramden yesterday I'm in I'm in I'm in so when they came back after recess little pleaded the fifth I guess you listen to isn't turning out the judge immediately struck his testimony and that lets species legal team to call for an immediate dismissal of the case the hearing concluded without a decision on whether or not the case would be dismissed so status conferencing hearing is set for July the thirty first but a a big win for Kevin Spacey at least yesterday a suspect in the Newport pellet gun and knife attack is being held without bail how come here's a native of phony from Eyewitness News Jay Sean Murphy was led in handcuffs before Newport's District Court judge Monday after police say he stabbed and shot a man with a BB gun Murphy did not enter a plea it was a busy scene outside the festival field apartments on Girard Avenue Friday night as local and state police.

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"ralph kramden" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"ralph kramden" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"Obviously much on the job. Bruce is in boundbrook on the jersey auto one point five Abrahams. Gentlemen. How you doing today? Good buddy doing abors. Okay. Right. Remember years ago on on the family when Archie one on TV, and they were asking him, you know, they were doing the airplane hijackings at the time. And they asked him what he would do do you? Remember that you have to know. What was it? Tell me. You know when when the passengers? Should have gun. So all the passengers. And then guys wouldn't try anything in any said, you know, when they get off. Shortages. That's pretty good. No. What do you think the bringing home with the family back? Did you see that? We've Woody Harrelson is gonna suck. View the as you'd be shows issue be shows should be against the law of anybody play Ralph kramden or or or Archie bunker. There is certain it should be against the law. You cannot play. These guys Bruce watch it what you category. New jersey. Right. The great state. We are not friends. Otherwise, they'll think I'm slipping you on easy question here. So for the sake of this game. I want you to tell me. All right. What New Jersey town had the first intercollegiate football game in the United States with MBA. Princeton. Be Teaneck seen Brunswick or D. Tom's river. Princeton New Brunswick..

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"ralph kramden" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

Sports 600 ESPN

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"ralph kramden" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

"Twenty nine points. Couldn't stop Lou Williams. You could've stopped machos Herrell in in the interior you defensively you want focus your Warren locked. And and even though I worried about for this series. I'll be damned if I'm not worried about you James harden, Chris Paul in the crew come into the house you play like that. You gotta love the Ralph kramden MIR bag shells from the honeymooners there along the way. Well, it's still three two series. They still get an opportunity to wrap it up in game. Six in LA, all this winning and all this on even play of late Nick for Dell has a correlation. He was on the jump. They're more vulnerable than they've been in this year stretch to me home because they are emotionally exhausted. After all these wins and all these titles in the drama that has surrounded this whole season. It's not to say that they still can't turn it on enroll pass the clippers and get to the finals and winning again. I believe they will this team is exhausted though. And it's not a physical played a lot of minutes. It's up top in their brains. This is worn on everybody. And the fact that they're now going to game six against the clippers is another reminder. But I'd I'd remind everybody this this team all season has been at its best. When their backs are against the wall. How about this one? The rockets traveling to the bay area later on today, even though the clipper season series is not over as their tipping next round matchup with the two time defending champs night in baseball clued. Speaking of defending champs three.

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"ralph kramden" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"ralph kramden" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"No bounds. You said that you're stupid. That's what he's saying to her boss. That's not cool. You guys. The tweet of Trump's that he re tweeted and said that he was absolutely right. You don't. He soldier. He's right. You admit he's right. He was right in that moment. However, it was still inappropriate for him as a husband to do it. You don't say that about your spouse's, boss? You don't there are certain things that you do. And you don't do. That's one of the things that you don't do. You don't go crap in your in your spouse's workplace. Well, you're wrong. You're wrong. You're wrong. Modern day. Ralph kramden, I keep waiting for a tweet where he just goes straight to Alison, that's that guy is gone. And that show is no longer on the air because why you say modern day, we're in modern day. Did that lady work? I've listened his wife work on the honeymooners seriously answer that question. Did she what was the name Alice house did Alice work outside the home? Yeah. Okay. Then you answer. My I'm actually starting to get your tainted with Kellyanne for not divorcing him me to get it together or just at least putting him in the hospital. All right. So we mentioned this yesterday you to shrews offended a large portion of the listening audience you tack you're mad at this guy for attacking boss, but you attack an entire swath wasn't an attack an attack or the mockery. You did. That you did the voice you talked about pocket. Protectors. Clips gems. The voice the voice. Burkhead around like, I don't really want Kellyanne Conway to put her husband in the hospital. I do want her to divorce him for real. But we really do. What are we do want very angry that she could do much better? I mean, I think that she she'd get I think she'd get a legit Hoti you guys legit Hoti. I think she can upgrade. I'm not kidding. Literally. Anybody would be an upgrade from the.

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"ralph kramden" Discussed on First Class Fatherhood

First Class Fatherhood

03:05 min | 2 years ago

"ralph kramden" Discussed on First Class Fatherhood

"That's going to change. And it's not gonna change this bullshit. Like you. We have to show our children what it is to be a man, we have to show them that nasty Lindsay isn't just thing on her freaking chest acting like we have every fucking the answer. We gotta shown shit is real we have emotions that the masculine and feminine is inside of each of us. And so for me with social media for me with what I do is is somebody who's using it. I'm very engaged with what my kids participate in what they see. And I feel like the more. I'm around my kids. I don't need to check their cell phones because I'm with them so much right? And and you know, you know, what they're doing. And you know, where they are. And that's something that's very very very important to me as a father, you know, in this day and age with technology with social media. I think it's a beautiful thing, man. Yeah. Well, said and part of what you said they're showing is exactly what I was alluding to about the portrayal of Dan's. We're still kind of being viewed like that old school Ralph kramden character who just brings home the bacon. He can't figure out how to change diapers or anything and. That's not who we are as fathers, you know. But we're not babysitters. We're fathers is kinda how I like the freemen on the show here. But let me ask you about discipline because as the CEO of his successful company. I know that requires a ton of discipline of and how are you when it comes to disciplining your children? I'm old school, man. I I know it sounds funny. In fact, cutting funny story a little a little bit ago. I was in the store in my little guy was he was almost ten years old. He was he was just being a little shit. Right. I mean, my kids are little system like everybody else. They they're not perfect. Just because the dad is is there like some radically different kidding. You know, I reached overnight and I grabbed him by the ear, and I like pulled him in and we got no snows. And I'm like, listen, we had this little chair. And there was this. This this lady was standing there the game the dirtiest look, you know. And and and and to me, it's just boggles my mind, how far we've gone to this idea that children should just be able to like run. I mean there there are responsibility. Right. You hear these little CD's little kids throwing temper tantrums at the store so for me. It's like look, man. Like there's a time for discipline. There's a time for love and make no mistake like kids need discipline. They need to know what it's like to feel pain. They need to know what it's like. To feel happiness. They need to know what it's like to win. They need to know what it's like to get their ass kicked on the football field, and we create this you Ford situation where they're never disciplined. They don't know the difference right wrong. They don't know the difference of winning losing. They don't know ever seen pain. And pleasure. They're gonna grow up. I mean, they're going to be fucked completely fucking their life down the road. I mean, they have no ability to to solve problems and one of the things that I'm very very very passionate about is is allowing my children, but helping them find independence and that solving problems. Like when my kids come up to me and the dad's so and so said this or so and so said that my my my little response every single time to them is solve the problem. And I don't get involved in that stuff. I don't get involved in the spa in the fights in the business. I'm like solve the problem..

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"ralph kramden" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

02:56 min | 2 years ago

"ralph kramden" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"And there's is there. But it's is it open. It's open. Okay. Yeah, that that could go. I didn't know that. That's probably that's not essential the moldy. There's an open chewy, dip as well and other chewy dip. It's got a bite out of it. That's not mine. I don't know who's that? That's another thing I left yesterday, and I'm going to argue that some of that mess is not even mine because I've noticed that when I leave or even when I don't leave, people just start piling their own crap there. And then he gets put on me because they know that I've got an offend any box of rice. Crispy began to that had six on it before I left. And I said, nobody my Rice Krispies is that really empty that better not be empty. You guys ate all my rice. Crispy, I said, don't eat those rights. Didn't even have one. Oh, did you look at ROY? Look. Rice Krispies. You guys aim, I Rice Krispies. Believable, asked a security guard. I honestly didn't have any of them. You know what happens? I'm just going to say this every time Allison leaves minutes after she leaves. ROY goes there and he snacks over there and then you starts eating her food. He does so ROY. You're the Cobra I eat you, right? So upset, crispy, ROY things. Every food in this studio is communal. I can't believe you guys eight. I had one of those Rice Krispies and I left it there. And then what are you blabbermouth said, oh, what do you have Rice Krispies? And they're now they're going to eat the Rice Krispies because it had a secret stash their, you ate all my rice, crispy. This is unbelievable. You can't even keep secrets. Well, nice, secret stash. It was a secret, but one of them side, the blabbermouth told the whole riveting. Clearly it wasn't a secret was on open than had six in it, and now it's empty because there's a blabbermouth amongst us, Bruce. Call Disney global security like Stu gods, Olen sandwich. I wish you could have varied that that was so fun does my favorite. That's one of the few things that we aren't able to hear that. I really wish because I have a show secret am I allowed to tell this show secret? Am I into deep day you mind? If I say the show secret, say, can even hear me. I don't think you can hear me. He took his headphones off. Hold on a second. He's walking back to the microphone. Dan Le Batard put down his coffee. He's sitting on my chair. Really? You're the first one to use the word blabbermouth since Ralph kramden and the honeymooners. I know I did that. Yeah, I guess so the stugatz call to global security that we didn't air is not one of the only things that we've recorded that we could near. We in the height of what was her name. The none that's got was always gene. Sisters got in contact with sister. Jeanne had a call with sister gene, and we couldn't air it. I was, but just know that he talked to sister Jean for like a nice twenty minutes as bad as I've ever felt all my guy, it was the worst. It was the worst profanity laced interview that's way. Billy was your experience like in New Jersey with Lorenzo man? Lorenzo's something. He's so nice. He means well, but he's he's so much..

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"ralph kramden" Discussed on The Director's Cut

The Director's Cut

04:31 min | 2 years ago

"ralph kramden" Discussed on The Director's Cut

"There were times on a street in Memphis, for example, it was clear to me that that car caused more than all of the houses on one side of that street and then watch people sad, never seen a car like this. I've never touched a car like this again, wasn't the America. I thought we were living in like I thought we were living in. I remember when the plaza hotel here went up for some sort of privatization. And I remember thinking, wow, that. That was a place that Ralph kramden kind of working man in New York knew that if you really saved up and he really did well at the bus company once a year, you know, he could bring the wife there and be the man for the night. You know, or I remember when Yankee Stadium when I saw the ticket price guy rocket because all these stadiums get named after corporate monsters. Now, you know the MCI this or the the AT and t. that that now the ticket prices, they've knocked down wants to put up another one and they make the ticket price. So a father and son can't do the game anymore. You know, when all those changes started to happen, I don't think I quite did the math on how wide spread it's become. I've been in forty five states in the last few years, and I've seen them in all levels and it's a staggering gap. And the car really brought that out and then brought of course people into this beautiful space that had to do with Elvis in this beautiful. Face of nostalgia, and occasionally they would understand this is a weird car because you could have done a Cadillac or something. But this one feels like the king of England. This one feels like something else, and I was really, as there was a loss boy king in this car in on aid, he died in this car. You know, he looked out the window and saw he. I think he was always trying to get back to blow in the car, kept gone the wrong way. One moment that really moved me that was sort of a metaphor for the of lost American away was this little audio clip of Elvis, the possibly lows to market lost to waiting for us, yes. Okay. Hiding this little voice of Elvis saying if I could something like if I could find a wife and a baby, I would never leave that house on a, you know that that that little voice over in the film. I kept removing from the film and then putting it back for time because things movie can only be so long, and it's already on the edge of that. So every time I would take it out, man would find its way back because it was something about that in knock use, little fiber in the grand tapestry that gave you that again, reminder. What would any of us do had we been presented with these deductions? It's so easy to judge Elvis in hindsight, but I don't know what I would do with all that place before me all that power, all that money, all that sexuality, all that opportunity loneliness, those little clips were so beautiful. They really add it such texture and such heart to who this guy was. He was. So he's so huge, but yet sensitive small guy too. Yes. You know, I mean that there's always two answers to that question. You know, I'm a mutt my life is one answer because you these films become real sort of bookmarks of your life and you couldn't have made it at so many other mistakes and and moments not happen. So the the smug answers, longtime many, many years. But the practical answer is I started really preparing my thoughts in earnest twenty fourteen and I was going through my own midlife crisis around that time, and I discovered I was the same age. Elvis was when he died, and I had been making speeches to audiences around the country on prisons and in churches and community centers with previous film might made about the war on drugs and in audience after audience. I noticed Jean, if you're not careful, these are working people whose lives are already unrecognizable to them. They've become a cuff guy. S. Maze of mortgages and dangerous to their children and drug abuse and incarceration and and the rich getting richer and everything else come. So if you walk in there is some comfortable filmmaker from the east coast and you're going to say, oh, guess what people it's even worse than you think it's an active cruelty..

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"ralph kramden" Discussed on The Tom Leykis Show

The Tom Leykis Show

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"ralph kramden" Discussed on The Tom Leykis Show

"No your advertising to ralph kramden who has an idea for a kennel but her and doesn't want to pay an attorney that's who they're advertising too oh man it is not serious business people were serious about their business can you read hastings invented net flicks now can you imagine if he went to george foreman's whatever it's called invent help you imagine you went there with that idea what might have happened a net flicks there's maybe they're all attorneys and they're wonderful but my guess is if they were that wonderful they wouldn't have to run ads well i was assuming that that invent help would what set you up with a well why are we we we just that were just revealed a lot about you you said well i'm assuming that no you don't assume anything not yeah you don't assume the thing is is that if if if i submitted to them i submitted to them i was thinking that they were going to get to a patent office or to say okay you got tried the i'm gonna send it to a patent office somewhere in washington dc to to to have your your your pan protected and this and that but they they don't like you know they don't they're not upfront which you like you said before that you need a patent attorney to to do there are people out there ooh who just think that inventing products is like buying a powerball ticket you.

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"ralph kramden" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

02:29 min | 3 years ago

"ralph kramden" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"You could win valuable prizes ziggy marley tickets go down tomorrow night that's good stuff and then we got jerseys opening lines on thursday nights on thursday night at ten o'clock but in the meantime you'll meet the eleven o'clock tonight dog in jersey because that's what we do talking to little stupidity because that's what i do the other night the other day sunday sunday it's pouring rain outside and they spend all day saturday with my kids chasing giants around landon collins celebrity softball game as they get older players autographs and everything so sunday in the rain we get to go to the u e ball they play flag football for the u e ball and they lost last week which meant that old dag we get to sleep in this week their friend who's in the championship game so we go to the barbecue in the friend is in the championship game hector and everybody's having a good time it comes time to leave and now it starts to rain and all i wanna do is get the hell out of there so without thinking a opened up the trunk of my car and they put the stuff in and my finger is like over the edge of the trunk and i don't realize as i slam the trunk down and fortunately the way car trunks are made they won't let you cut your finger off but you could crush it pretty bad and you remember ralph kramden whatever he got her jackie gleason i am screaming and i slammed the trunk on my hand and now it's locked i can't get it open and i'm screaming to my kids and wife were inside the car to open the trunk all the drought dodge oh open the trunk my finger is throbbing the stupidest things i've ever done in my life and you know you get that combination of pain anger you know the pain of what's happening is my fingers throbbing it's bleeding it's cut on both sides blood is coming out of it and then the anger of how can i be this frigging stupid and and that's what happened so we wrapped it a couple of times get bleeding.

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"ralph kramden" Discussed on Monday Morning Podcast

Monday Morning Podcast

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"ralph kramden" Discussed on Monday Morning Podcast

"About getting married and see johnny carson getting divorced and all of that stuff and saying women get half that's bullshit no women get half and woman goes that's right and he goes now that's bullshit and it was like he was going to that next level whereas i oh now this guy is going to you know start saying what he thinks about all this stuff because you know the delirious was amazing but it was you know ralph kramden having sexual you know yeah yeah do all that stuff and then all of a sudden he was like seeing this guy finding his voice and and then i mean who knew that i would go see him and that that was actually like the federal yeah well i think when he did that the thing at the end of raw was the thing i saw you know as when i was young and it went well he's just by himself you might as well be by himself in his room you know what i mean it was like he went into this other place you know it wasn't like jokes you know what i mean it was like and he he's talking and he just went to this place and and the thing i i'm never as funny the funniest i'll ever be is in the lunchroom with my friends and they were all funnier than me you know i mean everybody high school this is funny than i was way funnier than me and i still see those guys and they'll just like they'll send me a tax about one of my friends hated three billboards at movie in his tax made me laugh harder than anything that i've read any comedian i know all i do is hang around with comedy people and i'll and i'm like what you know he works at a window store and oklahoma simply is so funny or just how they live their life i got a buddy of mine joe derosa was open and for me and you know it was after the show he didn't boston i got on my boss fred's you know hanging out or whatever at one of my buddies offered to buy a round of drinks are all ordering drinks and my buddy jo ordered a white russian and my friend was just done.

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"ralph kramden" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"ralph kramden" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Sinoe evil hear no evil and another you i believe those were the four that they started stircrazy being the best of of all of them seven eight area code so johnny carson ed mcmahon johnny carson ed mcmahon were brilliant they were so good together especially when they did karnak when when when johnny would do karnak the timing that they had together the way that ed played off of johnny yeah they were it was magic to watch those guys and they were great they were great on with guests as well and but i really i mean you know he was a great he was a great second banana ed mcmahon he was great and johnny carson obviously a legend and those two guys worked fantastic together eight four seven area code says ralph kramden and ed norton iki that's the ultimate right there does right there that's a comedy duo right there are carney jackie gleason doesn't get much better than that the brilliant thing about that was that they never rehearsed gleason hated to rehearse he hated it he wanted to be as as quick and spontaneous as possible and and he expected everybody that he worked with to be on their toes and be ready to maybe improviser change so much so that if he forgot a line he had like these physical things that he would do to to tell the other actors that he didn't know what the next line was or the next pete was he would touch his lapel in a certain way or just you know whatever we was wearing a tie or something like that but there was like a lapel thing that he would do to indicate audrey meadows or joyce randolph for our carney whoever the guest actors were that he didn't know where they were in the script because he didn't want to didn't want to rehearse so the other actors would be required to pick up a line or two that jackie gleason was missing but it never played that way man and always played you know it always played professionally in great and obviously the the chemistry between everybody in their cast but especially between him and art carney magic that's that's that's a comedy team here's mike on wgn i mike hey nick how're you doing well i got the pythons sure that dudley moore peter cook classic.

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