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"richard karn" Discussed on Rebecca Sounds Reveille

Rebecca Sounds Reveille

06:24 min | 9 months ago

"richard karn" Discussed on Rebecca Sounds Reveille

"Welcome to rebecca sounds reveille. I am absolutely as static. Because i have not one guest today but to that are going to be something so different ensue. Unique that they're going to share a lot about the things that they're doing in well the world of entertainment today with me. I have austin hawks who Oh gosh he's an actor and director for mom and eli. Three april's in march and with me also is cory fox and he's an actor producer. He's known for the adventures of rocky and bully goal. Yes and the majestic and amherst but there's so much more to these two you would never really move. Put it together unless you saw them together yourself and your the our father and son both in entertainment doing what they do. Best directing producing and being very involved in entertainment so with me and we know who is who. Yes austin and corey. So austin i'm gonna have you go first and let you introduce yourself to the rebecca sounds reva audience were yes and you said my austin. He's the koi guy. I am after and i am. I am the director and producer writer. On mom i must have been another addicts as he says searchers. He lied those in march and he does zang's in arm tear ham high corey fox. Yes you can tell. I'm his older brother. Sorry mistaken me as its father. I go with over breath now. I this father messing with eighty. That's pretty good. Because i thought i was wrong and i thought i knew you guys pretty well. I'm thinking oh my goodness how did i miss this. Because i thought i really need is okay there. We go no. No i other. I'll be fifty this year so On the young side But yeah again. I'm an actor and producer. I actually got started this back in nineteen ninety eight nine thousand nine hundred nine accent To california moved out there. Because i wanted to be an actor about a little bit better behind the camera than in front of the camera so i started producing. We started a film. Production company called lifeline. Retainment out there and How we made by feature films a couple of horror films some dramas a really cool documentary called almost beautiful. We build around on the golf rock band or not. Six months went out the puerto rico with them and that was all fun to put together spending when they flew back in a hurricane yet will and then see. I had kids at four. Three boyd's tyler. Austin and i have a daughter named shelby which she's grown up and married and out of my hair thank you. I mean it's august true. This is so beautiful. You guys make such a good team with what you have going on and let me ask you austin. How did you kind of find your niche ear in mind that this is what you were wanting to do. Well when i was little. I did live. Oh model thing. Now's disown little bitty baby then. When i was about ten. I hadn't been interest in tv. So i asked my dad and you use a direct in california and asked him. I wanna be enacted. Daddy said you have to classes at the learns apps take classes a and yet for acting school called. Barbara's on and i studied therefore vow hack year invested to have competition. I just taking place in my division. And i call backs from about thirty eight Thirty to allah's law. And i asked her are going after reviewing talking to sound empty. Signed like her agent. Don in georgia andhra remedy. Then he gets a big part in a big movie. Are you allowed to elaborate a little bit more on. yes yes. 'cause i mean i know that there's parameters on this but if you could talk about your big part i wanna hear it. Well i think to rush saying what i care much about with necessary experience Go with it right. So miss out this boy who has an autoimmune disorder and after going into a house to days some treatment by dab that the house isn't really what seems drive and say it.

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"richard karn" Discussed on Rebecca Sounds Reveille

Rebecca Sounds Reveille

03:44 min | 9 months ago

"richard karn" Discussed on Rebecca Sounds Reveille

"I guess. I'm the real. Richard karn on on twitter. I think i'm i'm richard karn. I honestly i'm very works. I love that. I really love the genuine the genuineness of what you're saying because you just do what you do and that is what's most important to you and i think that that's really what it's all about and what what working you say about that. So thank you so much for being on the show today. This is really exciting. I i really am impressed with that. What you just said. I don't know. I really like that and like the fact that you're just doing what you do. Do you. Love and and that's well refreshing do that and and i appreciate it and i love the people that come up to me. You know because. I was in their house when they were growing up. And now it's not it's not about me. It's about them having those memories of watching the show with their family really. I mean we were one of the last. Golden age in the nineties were where people sat around. A television. didn't didn't record it. I necessarily is really true. Because i know that when i talked to my parents and i remember certain television shows and or even just listening to radio show that he would cross broadcast on radio. But the you're right l. Oftentimes there's just not something or something. That's running a long period of time to that memory to for certain childhoods and you are definitely one of mine i can tell you and then being able to follow you because of because of that on other things mean just a household face and a connection. The it's almost like you being part of the family when that happens and so that is it's really neat that that is something that you also recognize to and many people don't it. Don't take for granted that some of the shows that come into the house is just a show or it's just but that is part of you as part of your childhood if that was on your home tonight coming in that's party you and I mean there and you'll you'll even exhibit certain behaviors like somebody you know looking over the fans and making jokes about certain things and they come back from your show or somebody. Oh you know make a joke. Toll time even. There's just things that come to mind little things that might come up or just different than i think that. That's important important because we need to recognize that some of the things that are in reigned from us came from you so it's pretty exciting. Look thank you. Oh you're welcome and thank you so much for being with me today again. I just i'm really honored Because you've been part of my family's life for many many years. And i finally have an opportunity to not only meet you learn about you but it gives the audience that is here to learn more about you some insight into your life and how true you are just absolutely love it so again thank you. Are you all take care. And i want to thank all of you for tuning in today for another episode of rebecca sounds reveille stay tuned to make sure that you share this show with your friends your family and everyone that you know on social media and.

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"richard karn" Discussed on Rebecca Sounds Reveille

Rebecca Sounds Reveille

07:52 min | 9 months ago

"richard karn" Discussed on Rebecca Sounds Reveille

"Cheese Well there were productions of of plays that. I just had the best time because they were so funny. larry shue road to wonderful place. One called the foreigner and one called the nerd. I did both of those places and they were just so much fun. A farce that just kind of builds and bills and bills in the audience is having a great time. And you're you know trying to keep from laughing because it's so much fun you know. That is a wonderful experience working with with tim until time was was a joy. I mean you well. They never told us they were going to do outtakes and all of a sudden when we see these out were going well. That's kinda weird. Isn't it that that we've broken character. And they're seeing this month mapra lines and and then it was almost like adding another dimension to those characters that you saw them as regular people in a weird way. How i think that doing what you love. And what you feel inspired to do and adding a component of being able to laugh with that as well just really really makes everything berry very fulfilling and it sounds to me like you have found this to be a very fulfilling adventure in your life in entertainment. It is But then there are times. When you're you know between jobs and you're looking for work and looking for work and that that can be a little disheartening. The i look at our job as finding work are ships working basically. Okay that makes sense that makes a lotta sense Do you have any. You know anything that is coming up. You're able to talk about well. The upfront for fifteen are sometime in may. So we'll find out whether the that show gets picked up again which was a lot of fun. An-and my i play the father to a girl who's eighth grade and that was. That was amazing. You because i have a boy i- cooper's now twenty seven years old. He was born the first season of home improvement. So i've always had you know boy around the house but all of a sudden to have a little girl who's in eighth grade and i'm playing her dad was it was a whole nother experience. It really was frightening and fund and scary probably more fun. Because you know it's not real you know. I'm not going to have to live with the anxiety. The for the next fifty years so but anyway. What else is coming up Kosh i know it's so many times things come in from the left field that i just didn't anticipate you know a lot of the christmas movies i did for lifetime. And and and hallmark was just kinda came up in like august and you do them and then they show them in november and december so yes it is and and they've got they've got their their system and It it works pretty well. Well i think you are an absolutely phenomenal actor. I love to see your work on onscreen. i'd love to out actually see you on stage At the theater. I have had that opportunity. You've been in my mom repeatedly for number of years in a number of ways. It's been an honor to be able to talk with you today. And i know that our audience has been able to really Gain a little insight with just the things that we've talked about today. I'm really excited about some of your upcoming things And i just really cannot wait to see more that you have coming even if they are calling at the last minute and then broadcasting it real quick like in august to december a hope that i mean. I'm looking forward to you. Know as you get older You know when. I was doing data in my twenty s. You could just memorize stuff in and remember like that. Now that i'm. I'm a bit older. You have to work a little harder at it. So it's it's a lot more exciting because sometimes you don't remember a word about a page out of your mind you're thinking. Oh gosh i have this line coming up but what was that word. I know you know and then all of his it's right there and you either remember the word or you come up with a synonym. Are there any tricks to memorization for your lines. Planet planet in reality I know that that's a lot of times. I the The movement to remind me locking. And what i'm doing and where i'm going There was a play a three person. Play that. I did a couple of years ago where i had to learn. We did ten days and for the first half week. It was really not all there. And i had this monologue or when i finally felt comfortable. I had this monologue where i walked down to. You know doubt left stage and so you know what i think you know. My this is in my head. I i'm gonna go this way tonight and so i turned to go that wedding. That line isn't over there. And so there you know so i just went over there and presto though line came back. Oh that's some funny. So yeah we do make connections in different ways than i like how you put that because sometimes I know that's that is just a a really good way to to do that. Make a connection of getting into instead of just trying to fit in a different way. But it's it's all about finding the truth in whatever you're saying good point very good point i love it. Gosh this has been really insightful. I'm really glad to had the opportunity to have you on the show today. Anything that you want to share with the viewers that they Be be able to connect with you. I'm not sure if you're a social media person but what can they do to connect with us social media. But i you know i'm not a i'm not an influence. I don't think so. I i just kind of i keep in touch with friends that way and i throw out little things every once in a while all doing this or a look know. Facebook is famous for showing something that happened for years ago. And you go. Oh god that's four years ago. Is they throw it back up during goes. Hey i did that for years ago. Can you believe that kind of stuff. A desk go by fast. I will say that when some of those memories pop up. I can't believe the time. That is kind of the time capsule way back when i know when i was in fifth they wanted us to plant those things in the you know dig up buried a school yard or something twenty years from now you can come back and dig it up. Well we don't have to do that anymore because facebook's gonna send it on over to you so you've got a good point there but l. but websites or anything somebody can follow you and see kind of the things that you have coming up or anything like.

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"richard karn" Discussed on Rebecca Sounds Reveille

Rebecca Sounds Reveille

07:59 min | 9 months ago

"richard karn" Discussed on Rebecca Sounds Reveille

"That i have for you. The guest today has a long history in film and in detainment. I've gotta tell you he goes back from. Oh about the fifth grader. So where he started becoming so interested in acting and then it moved on into his high school years moving on into university years. And giving you've been degree from the university of washington. After spending some time in england you may know hand just as you are looking at the screen and the face is so familiar but let me tell you a little bit more. He has spent a lot of time in filmography in his spent about a. Oh gosh as had. Eleven feature films has a lot of Made for tv movies. He's done a lot of on broadway productions and there's a lot more to his background just than that but you may have known him in your home from many seasons eight years in fact where he was al borland on home improvement. So i'd like to welcome to the show. Richard karn welcome. Thank you thank you very much. That was a wonderful intro. Well i'm really excited because there's even more than that that you have done. You've done a lot more on hallmark type movies and family feud there's even more to you than just that but i've got to ask you something. How did you know in the fifth grade that this was going to be something that you were going to strive for. I i really. I didn't i. But i remember that. Fifth grade sleigh vividly because i I think it was something that the teacher wrote to be. Honest with you. It was it was about thanksgiving. And i was the child but ate too much and then i have this dream where everything that i eight put me on trial. You know like the turkey mashed potatoes and everything and i remember making my own prop at a prop that. I used an old brown bag and i. I made a drumstick out of it. As very proud of that. But i distinctly remember standing offstage about to go on and think literally thinking i can just walk away. I i don't have to go out there. I think a an. It'll be okay. And then i walked on stage and it was a transforming in fifth grade and i just kind of kept finding that In school plays in school sports. I did. I did a lot of things i had. I had a great childhood. And i did Community theater in high school which was set up because of our high school drama teacher. Ms wills she put together this kind of winter. One act festival where we directed we put. We cast it. We did it all ourselves. Students and she had professionals from seattle area. Come in and and kind of first second third best play best director best supporting actor you know all that kind of stuff and as a sophomore. I got this best supporting actor. Which was you know i i. It came out of left field. I didn't expect that. Because i really didn't know how to create a character. At that point i was just doing. I think i was doing an impersonation of poland which you know. Most of your viewers won't even remember poland. I was just doing that and throwing it into that character. And again i get this and which led to doing summer theater that summer the bath house theater how find is that our childhood brings back so many memories of dreams and different things and when it comes back to this i just could feel i got the you know the hairs on my arm standing up when you were talking about some of these memories that you had because it just invoke a lot of my own at the same time and also the same excitement that as you're talking about it i could just feel yours as well and i think that that's really neat but you moved on from there to and Doing so led you to getting a degree. Now is your degree in england. not no actually England was my sophomore year. There was an exchange program with queens college in new york university of washington. We went over for six months and we did a at the edinburgh festival so we lived in edinburgh scotland for a month. We did a play at the robin hood theater and nottingham home and we did the play in wales and three months in london and we had teachers from different schools in london. Bristol bic Gosh what are the other schools royal academy You know fencing. Teachers dialect coaches acting coaches movement. All that kind of stuff for six months. And then when i came back to the university of washington i addition for a professional training program which was a three year program which she either got a masters or bfa or something like that but they only took about sixteen into each class or that and there were probably five six hundred kids addition across the country for these programs. And i got into the one at the in my hometown university of washington and and ended up doing three years there and then moving to new york. I wasn't sure if there was some kind of connection with the university in something that was going on in england and that was the connection there. So you know if there was some some degree that they didn't know how that works. So this is this is kinda neat l. Let me ask you though is far as acting goes and what your experience was bear in another country and here is there a big difference. There was a growing up. Okay it being home and going to another country and experiencing all that stuff while you're also enacting class. Which is you know. it's it's a lot of times it's therapy for a lot of people you know. They're working through issues and stuff like that as they try to find the truth in in plays where you know you could be a murderer you could be. You know all sorts of things and you have to bring those that stuff from your past. Which you know can dredge up some things like that. But i don't know i just i. I loved it and the season that i had in london was. I could write a book about just the theater that i went to when i was living in in in london. Because i got to see jimmy stewart in harvey. I got to see richardson. Gielgud a no-man's-land alan bates and otherwise engaged. I saw betty davis just talk about her life. Oh my goodness. I saw lulu play. Peter pan with ron moody. Is captain hook. One show after the other was just amazing Jonathan Shoes from brazil. Jonathan comedians spectacular. It was. It was just a lessons right there. Just watching these people these.

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"richard karn" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"richard karn" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

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"richard karn" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"richard karn" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

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"richard karn" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"richard karn" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

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"richard karn" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"richard karn" Discussed on WSB-AM

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"richard karn" Discussed on Rebecca Sounds Reveille

Rebecca Sounds Reveille

03:10 min | 3 years ago

"richard karn" Discussed on Rebecca Sounds Reveille

"Thank you on what you do. What you love to do now that i actually i think that nakae has had one of the best slogans ever <hes> and that's just you know don't be afraid. Hey i love it in fire your father yes. The what you're saying is right. You really have to do what you wanna do. Don't let people weigh you down. Stay focused go for it. You need to just do it because we only live once so i want to thank both of you so much for taking time to be with me today to be with with the audience to share it. Yes absolutely i saw just water trigger over here on we. We actually do have a gofundme campaign. We're dealing to help yet race offensive finish the project with the all the post production mayor and you can go to to austin fox fox two exits dot com and get all their information in this from really right behind the scenes photos and of the production. Is that depth on there as well excellent. I'm really glad that you brought that up because i think it's important for the viewers to also get involved because they are now connecting sitting with you and they're going to be able to move forward with a lot of the things that you've got going on and are often people are gonna be able to follow you for a long time because you are committed need young man that is growing in this industry in with what you're doing right now. There's an unlimited unlimited potential in entertainment and i can see that <hes> you. You've got a long long wonderful road in this in this industry so i i am really excited to follow. You and i know corey <hes>. You've got to be add ons and proud and with white. You're in a d something something that we're gonna wanna follow for you as well so thank you both so much for being with me today. Every mass we most definitely me and i want to thank all of you for watching and tuning in today. Please make sure to take a moment not only do one but two things go to austin fox works with two axes dot com and contribute to the go fund me page so that you can get involved with the post production process and you can get in for some <hes> a some extra behind the scene things that maybe aren't out there you can get in volved with that and then you can see what happens at after everything is all done an on screen really exciting and not only that we ask that you share the show with all your friends your family your loved ones and even the people that you don't know all over social media again go to austin fox dot com and we ask that you tune in again for the next episode next week <music> <music>..

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"richard karn" Discussed on Rebecca Sounds Reveille

Rebecca Sounds Reveille

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"richard karn" Discussed on Rebecca Sounds Reveille

"You. I'm not trigger at social media person but what can they do to connect with us social media but i you know i'm not okay <hes>. I'm not an influencer. I don't think so i i just kind of i keep in touch with friends that way and i i throw out little things every once in a while. I'll do this or a look. You know. Facebook is famous for showing something that happened for years ago. Go and you go. Oh god that's four years ago is they. Throw it back up during a hey. I did that for years ago. Can you believe that kind of stuff it adesco by fast. I will say that when some of those memories pop up. I can't believe the time that is kind of the time capsule way way back when i know when i was in fifth grade they wanted us to plant those things in the you know dig up berry in a school yard or something twenty years from now. You can come back and dig it up while we don't have to do that anymore. Because facebook's going to send it on over to you so you've got a good point there but <hes> in l. a. websites or anything where somebody can follow you and see kind of the things that you have coming up or anything like i guess i'm the real richard karn on on twitter. I think i'm i'm richard. Karn and i don't know i honestly i'm very works. I love that. I really love the genuine the the genuineness of what you're saying because you just do what you do and that is what's most important to you and i think that that's really what it's all about and what what working you say about that so thank you so much for being on the show today. This is really exciting. I i really am impressed. Crest with that what you just said..

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"richard karn" Discussed on Rebecca Sounds Reveille

Rebecca Sounds Reveille

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"richard karn" Discussed on Rebecca Sounds Reveille

"At that point. I was just doing. I think i was doing an impersonation of poland. Which most of your viewers won't even remember poland. I was just doing that and throwing it into that character and again i get this and which led to doing summer theatre that summer the bath house theater how find is that our childhood brings back so many memories memories of dreams and different things and when it comes back to this i could feel i got the you know the hairs on my arms standing up when you were talking about some of these memories that you had because it just invokes a lot of my own at the same time and also also the same excitement that as you're talking about it i could just feel yours as well and i think that that's really neat but you moved on from there to and <hes> i'm doing so leg youtube getting a degree. Now is your degree in england. Not no actually <hes> england was my sophomore year. There was an exchange program with queens college in new york university of washington. We went over for six months and we did a at the edinburgh festival so we lived in edinburgh scotland for a month. We did a play at the robin hood theatre in nottingham home. It did the play in wales and three months in london and we had teachers from different schools in london. Bristol bic got gosh. What are the other schools <hes> royal academy <hes> you know fencing teachers <unk> coaches acting coaches movement all that kind of stuff for six months and then when i came back to the university of washington addition for a professional official training program which was a three year program which she either got a masters or be a fe or something like that but they only took about sixteen into each class class or that and there were probably five six hundred kids additional across the country for these programs and i got in to the one at the in my hometown university of washington and ended up doing three years there and then moving to new york..

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"richard karn" Discussed on Rebecca Sounds Reveille

Rebecca Sounds Reveille

03:45 min | 3 years ago

"richard karn" Discussed on Rebecca Sounds Reveille

"Show we have for you today. I'm really just ecstatic and honored with the guests that i have for you. The guest this today has a long history in film and in nineteen minutes. I gotta tell you he goes back from oh about the fifth grader so where he started becoming so interested in acting and then it moved on into his high school years moving moving on into university years and giving you've been degree from the university of washington after spending some time in england you may know hand just just as you are looking at the screen and the face is so familiar but let me tell you a little bit more. He has spent a lot of time in demography in his spent about a oh gosh as had eleven feature films has a lot of <hes> made made for t._v. Movies he's done a lot of on broadway productions and there's a lot more to his background just than that but you you may have known him in your home from many seasons eight years in fact where he was albor lind on home <unk> home improvement so i'd like to welcome to the show richard karn welcome. Thank you thank you very much. That was a wonderful intro well. I'm i'm really excited because there's even more than that that you have done. You've done a lot more on hallmark type movies and family feud. There's even and more to you than just that but i've got to ask you something. How did you know in the fifth grade that this was going to be something that you were going to strive for. I i really i didn't i but i remember that fifth grade sleigh vividly because i <hes> i think it was something the teacher wrote to be honest with you. It was it was about thanksgiving and i was the child but eight too much and then i have this dream where everything that i eight put me on trial you know like the turkey mashed potatoes and everything and i remember making my own prop at a prop that i used just an old brown bag and i i made a drumstick out of it as very proud of that but i distinctly remember standing offstage about to go on and think literally thinking i can just walk away. I i don't have to go out there. I think a an it'll be okay and then i walked onstage and was a transforming in fifth grade and i just kind of kept you know finding that <hes> in school plays in school sports i did. I did a lot of things i i had. I had a great childhood and i did community theater in high school which was set up because of our high school. Drama teacher teacher ms wills. She put together this kind of winter. One act festival where we directed we put we cast it. We did it all l. Ourselves students and she had professionals from seattle area. Come in and and kind of first second third best play best director best supporting actor you know all that kind of stuff and as a sophomore i got this best supporting actor which was was. I came out of left field. I didn't expect that because i really didn't know how to create a character..

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"richard karn" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"richard karn" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

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"richard karn" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"richard karn" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Hi this is Richard Karn al from TV's home improvement I know a thing or two about cordless power tools they let you work anywhere and help you get lots of projects done all over the house because the powered by rechargeable batteries which by the way can be recharged thousands of times eventually though a rechargeable battery just won't hold a charge you're going to need a new one but you know what to do with the old one easy Michael that's right over charge will batteries can and should be recycled it's easy it's free and it helps protect the environment home improvement centers hardware stores and retailers everywhere are participating in the nonprofit's nationwide call to recycle program to find a rechargeable battery collection site near you call eight seven seven to recycle or visit us online or call to recycle dot org together we can protect the environment by recycling old rechargeable batteries please answer the call to recycle there's the unforgettable sound a sleep apnea if you were a loved one has sleep apnea you can help advance research on this potentially life threatening condition researchers need more information from people just like you to prevent and better treat sleep apnea answering simple questions can make a big impact in discovering new ways to treat and perhaps cure this disorder my apnea dot org is the largest network of patients ever to advance research on sleep apnea it was created so providers researchers care givers and people with this condition can share and learn from each other when you join the community you'll instantly be connected to new information researchers tools and people just like you to.

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"richard karn" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"richard karn" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Only thing I didn't learn in school today only thing I didn't learn today the only thing I didn't learn it's one oh never helps kids witness bullying every day they want to help but they don't know how to teach them how to stop bullying and be more than a bystander at stop bullying dot gov a message from the ad council hi this is Richard Karn pal from TV's home improvement I know a thing or two about cordless power tools they let you work anywhere and help you get lots of projects done all over the house because they're powered by rechargeable batteries which by the way can be recharged thousands of times eventually though a rechargeable battery just won't hold a charge you're going to need a new one but you know what to do with the old one easy recycling that's right old rechargeable batteries can and should be recycled it's easy it's free and it helps protect the environment home improvement centers hardware stores and retailers everywhere are participating in the nonprofit's nationwide call to recycle program to find a rechargeable battery collection site near you call eight seven seven to recycle or visit us online or call to recycle dot org together we can protect the environment by recycling old rechargeable batteries please answer the call to recycle take everything you think yeah I'm here for the mini vans that's actually just a bait and switch ad that we use to get you here to buy more expensive vehicle I think it's a low monthly payment with hidden fees you know to exploit your ignorance over I could under valued freedom let's go get that paper and started I did a terrible deal.

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"richard karn" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"richard karn" Discussed on WSB-AM

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"richard karn" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"richard karn" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

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