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"rick stewart" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"To the Monday night now also very grateful that you've joined us. Thank Gary Dietrich for joining us earlier having guests on like Gary and Diana Dameron, who is joining us right now, if anyone knows how to unleash civility. It is Diana Dameron, Diana really a greatly appreciate you joining us tonight, and we're gonna talk about manage. I was thinking you, but you you mentioned Bob Nathan and we used to work with. You used to be part of kfbk as well in the morning. On bridge. Stewart, the late Rick Stewart who we both loved you. What about guys like I know you got to remember our friends, Jeff Metcalf and the Derrick Marine. Never in a hurry. Derek Murray. I had to mention them tonight and, Oh, I love Oh, they were so much fun to work with. And Pat. They're both listening in tonight. Or at least she posted on Facebook. Me. This is going to be listening in so, yes, absolutely wonderful eyes. Speaking of manners, you know, Derek, I will say this. Derek is the guy that hired me at thes radio station. I'm grateful to him on Jeff Metcalf is a guy who really taught me my When I When I showed interest early on howto that I wanted to be a Ah talk show host. He really kind of coach me and helped me along and gave me some great advice. So dead of gratitude to both of those guys and just good good men. Part of civility is you're about to tell us Diana is manners. Yeah, it started way. Just dumped manners pad in the sixties and seventies. We've just toss that in the whole anti establishment period. And manners were really I mean, think about it. There was no disagreement and matter what party you're on. We all saw manners in the exact same way. There is a sense of a framework that we were supposed to work within. And what we did was we knew the magic words, Please. Thank you. And you're welcome. We knew that If an older person walked in, we were to give them Here. If there wasn't one available, we were to let somebody else go in front of us, and I love the definition. Emily Post who was the guru of manners in the United States, said that manners are a sensitive awareness of the feelings of others. Okay, so so we've tossed him out the seventies 60 seventies eighties we started really focusing on Us and our rights nineties technology came in 2000 for Facebook launched and nothing has been the same what we did During this period, We changed the focus on the of the sensitivity of other's feelings to an incredible sensitivity of our own feelings. I mean, this is a period where we take 93 Million cell feast each and every day and then gone on Android device, including my iPhone million So, so we're so focused on ourselves to the first question. We ask when it comes to civility, and I run into this all the time. While he wasn't civil to me, she wasn't able to me. We're not looking at our own responsibility. It starts with us. You have no control over the other person. It starts. Here with us Whether we're going to unleash civility, and it's a lot of work, it takes a lot of work. It takes self discipline. It takes hard trying to figure out where that other person is coming from. You have to sit there and put aside. Wait a minute. They vote differently than I do. I don't even like them in meetings. I hate their ideas. I'm not a morning person. I got to talk to them. First thing in the morning all these things, but it's our responsibility to unleash stability. And every time you see an article regarding civility is always one side, pointing to the other side as being uncivil. So it starts with us. Isn't that something there uncivil? The day You see those bums over there those bums or uncivil over there? Certainly, right? Well, yeah, I mean, well, you see, it's just Oh, my God. The numbers are staggering. You're talking about with, you know, with just the self if you don't just Androids. I mean, I hear it all mean, hear it on like, for instance, I don't know why this struck me as I'm listening to you is the target. How selfish we are, How narcissistic we become. I hear this commercial, and they were using it last year for I think it was Grubhub or whatever one of these delivery services. It's a Queen song in my mind wasn't even that big of a hit. I wanted all I wanted all I wanted all I wanted now see that's what we become. It's like I want it. I want it now. I mean, come on. And if you and you talk about saying, please, and thank you and manners and all of this, I can't tell you, Diana, how many places I go to, and I don't think Anyone has many bad intentions. I just think something's missing here. You say thank you. And you go. What did you say? Thank you And we'll say they go. Of course. Oh, no problem. No problem. Of course there's never You're welcome, e. Don't know. Do we open doors? For what? Another. What happened to chivalry? Is this all part of being Civil and then we watch. We want some of these moderators, the persons there the debate. We see it and and and it's his antagonism, antagonistic attitude towards the person that they were interviewing, and they're supposed to be setting an example in the media and people follow that example. It's very aggressive, many times. Well, just example where we went from. I mean, ah, Lot of your listeners won't remember this period. But but where the moms were drowned TV shows were dressed in pearls, and everybody was very polite to each other in the family. And if anybody said anything, Wally next door to leave it to Beaver said Anything nasty to Mom. Dad was all over them. And then we went to the Roseanne period, and instead we're people. Mark at each other in our sarcastic and nasty and if you think about it, we punctuate everything with the f bomb these days. I mean, you can't read anything on social media. You can hear a conversation over here a conversation without hearing what I call crude, crashed and cranky. That's what we've become crude crash and cranky and it's up to us to change that. Now as far as looking at it for examples. We can't look out there anymore. I really think you're not going to see this from our politicians. It's up to us in the movement has to start with us to unleash stability. It's got to begin with us. We don't live with them way blame everybody at the top. We blame the president's tweets. We blame other people as far as this that the other It's not about following that example. You can't follow a lot of those politicians. Examples. It begins with us. We live with one another. We build trust with one another. We have a responsibility to treat one another. With respect. It begins with us in our.
"rick stewart" Discussed on The Bone 102.5
"Where the camera would be. With. John 3 16, Roland Stewart, Roland Frederick Rick Stewart, also known as rock and Roll in and Rainbow Man is Roland, who was a fixture in American sports called You're best known for wearing a rainbow colored Afro style wig and later holding up signs reading John 3 16. 76 years old man. John 3 16 is the verse that Khun Summarize all of Christianity, right? I figured that by what what John was saying in his in his speech, and I won't bore you by playing a lot of it, but I did find a clip of it of it online. I went to pull it. Before the show. But I had some unforeseen obstacles in my way is John sent me to tell you the world was conspiring against me today, the one second This is an important point I was sharing with my good friend to earlier Dad had joy. In the accomplishments of others. He had joy in your success. When it was Chris Leena Rai or our spouses or those with whom he had the pleasure of working or mentoring. He had joy in your success. But there is another love that made All the difference in his life. Being raised Catholic. Dad knew who Jesus is. But you know his young man. He didn't believe he didn't trust in Jesus. You know, he he didn't think you needed Jesus. He didn't put his trust in Jesus. So it goes on to really go into his father's Christianity in his own Christianity. And I think I've told talk about this on the radio before John and I back When we were hanging out a lot. We'd have really intense conversations about his faith and The faith. Part of it was always what I found difficult for myself to grasp. I've always being the son of a Jewish mother and a Roman Catholic father. The concept of surrendering that faith to the belief that that Jesus is your Lord and savior that that's what I've always kind of. That's been the block for me. You know what I mean? Um and Listening to John Paul's words, Um It tweaked my perspective a little bit. And I have been very vocal about having a great disdain for those who use organized religion to make money for themselves to profit off of the beliefs of others, and I don't know if it's whether I'm at a different place in my life right now, but it was such a beautiful Testament that he gave about Christianity. And he even tied it in with an Avengers endgame reference talking about pianos and Ah, and how you know it was magnificent. It was such Ahh, pleasure to be a part of and and now I think I'm only going to go to funerals. That means a lot to me because I always I want to have that experience or at least an ounce of that experience at every farewell ceremony that that I could ever attend. I didn't know your friend. But if I had Teo, imagine what he was like There's there's a pastor in author named Francis John that I used to read all of his stuff when I was in high school and youth group and stuff. And one of the most powerful quotes that I can recall is at all times be a testimony if necessary, use words and that's always stuck with me. So this is somebody who just left such an impact on your life. What was that 35 years ago. You're sitting at his funeral, and you can still remember the words he shared with you and the emotions he evoked in You. Yeah, yeah Cannon and John's words about Christianity. Ah, really, really resonated with me. And you know, I'm not saying I'm ready to witness or anything but what I am saying, I am or ah, more aware of what it does for people. And more open to it. Then I think I ever happened and that is that is for myself. And that is out of respect for people who meant a lot to me. 7275791025 is our number. What's up, Mike? Welcome to do grab alive. Hey, drew a gang guys. Very well, Mike. How's your day, pal? Cold. Pretty good. Good touched on what John was talking about doing the Ah Posing for the body that they tend to do that a Puerto Rican funeral. I'm sorry Puerto Rican funerals on Ly. I believe so. I had to play that passed away a couple years ago, and he died right in his motorcycle. Several on it is really I had a body posed on one of his kind of solid kind of feeling kind of you know what I mean? Yeah. Let me ask your honest emotion. They're like, Did you find it a bit irreverent? Did you? Were you touched by it? Like when you saw his? Ah, The lack of a better word corpse on a motorcycle like how did that make you feel? It was kind of a closure. To be honest with you. He went out the way he went out. He died the way something that he loved to do, You know, I mean, he always rode a bike. They're not rain sons. Whatever. He was out there, always on his bike. That's cool. So you were you kind of felt like, you know, that's how he lived, so that's how he should pose in death as well. Absolutely. That's cool, man. Kick ass. Thank you very much for being our first call this week. But I think you know if you're going to do something with the with the dead body may be that Takes the sting off a little bit, but I still find it very bizarre that in 2020 people gather around a dead body and just like, Look at it right and kiss it. There was no element like that. That to me. I just have never been able to Get around How bizarre that feels bizarrely morbid. Yeah, but so I don't get that As far as funerals go a A lot of times. You just look at it as a celebration of life like your soul lives on your body and her body is still physically here. But your soul is gone. It's living on its going towards the light. So just celebrate that, like personally, I would just rather be cremated. And you guys have a party in celebration of me and knowing that I'm doing well and hid inside this. Sprinkle me in that in that bond or joint, John, take me to the islands..
"rick stewart" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"I called him and he I said, What kind of radio is he said? Well, it was my brothers. I don't know. It's just a black box to be. And so I said, Well, I'll be right over and I went over. And the payments 50 bucks and it turned out to be a zenith transoceanic. Wow. A classic. Yeah, and it works. How fun And so I'm in the process of eye. I got the schematic for it in along, among among the papers. And I found out a way I could make a battery pack for it Nice and carrying around one of the It was a portable originally, right? Yes. There has a handle on it. Nice one of the things about shortwave. This fun. You don't need a license because you're just listening. You and it's It's really fun to cut I used when I was a kid. I would do that all the time. Listen for radio from all over the world. Listen, a Soviet Union radio all the time. Fun. Well, if if you was described one of the hand magazines, I will say which one of the air but they have a shortwave listening. I think that's a good way to get into it. Yeah. So what's your question? That's Ah, We got about 45 seconds left. It is. I've got a chromebook. What kind of die of Windows 10 in it knew. Oh, no, no. A chromebook. The whole idea of a chromebook is it's not Windows 10. That's kind of like it's selling point. It is not with those 10. It's really just a chrome browser. If you're curious under under the hood, it's got Lennox running. But you don't ever see that you see. Was called Chrome OS. And Really all that is, is the chrome browser very secure, And increasingly, you could do more and more. You can now run android APS and modern chromebooks. You could run a linen on modern Chromebooks and I now and here's the extra little catch coming soon, Windows 10 laps but not yet become a symbol. Coming up news on Kay. If I am 6 40 more stimulating talk, okay? And when it breaks I'm Rob didn't live from the CAF I 24 hour news room. The fire burning in Riverside County has burned nearly 21,000 acres. President Rick Stewart says People need.
"rick stewart" Discussed on Decibel Geek Podcast
"Like you know like? I'm Sawyer thing yeah, and So I I go Hawkeye. We gotta get up so I had the bus driver stop as we gotta go. See what the fuss going on. There's something going on. He's by himself and he's barefoot. So how kind of run over to them and go? Hey, what's happened? He Goes Hey, Curley. What's up? He goes coming on drink like that. We we go okay, so we go around the corner and we go into this far. And then we get him then to tell us what's going on us what what's going on and he goes that I didn't like that restaurant. Where you're in right well, he wouldn't tell us exactly what happens, so he goes, but let's go back to the hotel. Can I stay in your room for a while? Would he ask if you can hang out in our room? Right. He's in trouble. and. So! We Got Sheriff Sheriff so. Go back to the hotel and it's one of these old older type of You know hotels the. With on the green on out front you know and you can look out the window and see the street with a child car and everything, and so he got i. go what's going on? We get to the room. I said what's going on. And then all of a sudden, the phone rings and it's Rick Stewart. We call them Doberman and And he goes. Have you seen as an AC? Shake his head like don't tell him and I. Said No, tell him you just saw him out front and I. Said Okay so I, said well. You know what hockey I said. He just saw him out front. You jump on the back of that trolley car and he was heading up the street. So we see rick run out the front door under the green on and run up the street after the trolley car. Looking. At apis in a room. I. It was too funny. anyway, so I was. In trouble for what did he do? I was he burrell? Okay, so now here's the here's the kicker. In the restaurant it was it had like a pond in the center of the restaurant with a wall around the pond about. Like Pool. It was about Oh..
"rick stewart" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"The next three hours on a bus you but it's so here's what I suggest it's a beautiful Friday night there goes the music the circular bombed out when he's it fades out central like in the music so this is Friday night if you're barbecuing tonight view the full breezy evening pressure out on the patio on the deck and listening tonight whatever you're doing hope you're relaxed having a good time if you're driving thanks for tuning in and as I said we're kind of flying without a net tonight now we're more than flying without a net I dared myself to do this because Kendall is here by the way can those here so call Kendall tonight tonight is audience participation I'd that's what it is right Kendall is audio it's audience participation I thought it sure is audience participation in other words I've been what are your what I'm hearing things well yes I'm here for anybody would like to okay there you go okay we don't we're always being people always say you should talk I love when you talk about music we have many calls this week well when you talk about music the wife and I route on the war on the patio were on the porch we're listening and we love when you talk about okay fine I like talking about music and I realised candlelit there in mark the voice guy by the way both here tonight that it can all be here but but it I can talk about music for this I never get tired of it and the like I was just talking about with the mandates kind of the universal language it will set a mood it can make a move so I don't think it is now I can talk about all this other stuff over here I get to stack up here by many that alone was set that aside I don't open up the lines to use so we can have this conversation for the next three hours and if you think it might be kind of fun to go well this call because if he doesn't have anything prepared C. we could watch him go off the rails and derail over the pitch but see that's never gonna happen because I could talk I could talk music so long you know that I'll be here tonight this weekend will still be talking you have to stop me they have plenty of stuff plus I think people enjoy it so what I would like to do is open it up to you and what I'm talking about music here some of the thoughts that I had can I want you to be active tonight and this is what I want yeah marked a voice came in so yes the thoughts that I had regarding music coming from any angle we are down mom and son singer last night that I ended the show with it I think that was just so cool I got to thinking about my mom so there's some stories related to my mom who is a singer because you know this is a mother and son doing this beautiful song and I've told you stories about my mom who is a singer and they're playing country music she dragged me into the mix so that kind of thing we tell stories like that or another thing problem doing I can tell you about how we are writing music right now that'll process maybe you're a music writer maybe you want to call in place of music for as maybe have an instrument my friends is writing music well we're not writing that our band is learning some covers and writing the opening theme as I mentioned last night she sells sanctuary the opening theme to this song is one of the ones that were trying to learn right now that we've got that down pretty good this is always the things like you know if your first concert you're best concert yours concert those kind of things your first album underrated albums underrated bands overrated bands radio request from back in the day right remember used to call radio stations and request songs I love to do it on the A. M. radio when I was a kid may I call there was always the three big stations in this area if you were growing up in this area and you listen to pop you're listening to one of these three stations KFRC K. R. O. Y. and what was the third one mark K. R. A. K. new if you're in the contract the third one K. E. N. D. E. O. candy I have some great memories of that thought I'd invite your members if you have any I love talking about DJs I love time until eight AM radio formats we you would hear anything what music you don't care for the music that I don't care for like some really great artists that I just go yeah you know that's just not my eighty it's not my Cup of tea so let's say you have a neighbor who lives across the street and why he's out washing his car he decides to blasts type of music that you just can't stand the most and what do you do you go back in your house and and this is my neighbor in a in my neighborhood yeah let him listen to it yeah com broke his guess what later on you better enjoy my music yeah there you go as your ideas I guess I'm still for you on the plan we'll see how you like it but not in an adversarial way but as you might get together we talk music my issue was the the language coming out of that music was only not radio okay well that that's a whole different thing yeah I mean if it's you know you have a fourteen year old daughter it's you know okay that's different karaoke I mention that best movie center these are just ideas maybe have a kid that plays the drums your neighbors going god please stop it no but I guess it maybe you want to play music for us Beatles or stones but all this stuff records eight tracks cassettes someone who relates the memories the sapling a robin Trower we have stories about bumper music yes Pink Floyd or Zeppelin albums which have a rummage marriages don't usually run into our yeah would you say robin Trower and leads outlook what about him okay I like you know it's kinda like ginger Marianna Sammy bonds Brian Johnson disco dot still spot does it not always has always will we have a big birthday board today lots of musicians celebrating birthday that's some stories about some of them you mention caring K. I could talk about and I want to talk about our friend Rick Stewart used to be a part of our world yeah and there was a part of K. S. T. that that time and also part of K. R. A. K. any now we really want to invite your calls tonight all right would love for you to join us nine one six not into one fifteen thirty all star my point in this this is the first song I'm a million records always tell you that maybe not a million but a lot this is the first song if for some reason my mind that I remember hearing as a kid like an actual music record my mother and father you know Grover having a party one night and I hear this music playing and for whatever reason as a way of talking about knee high to a grasshopper man just a wee lad I heard this plan and I'd like to and so I peek my head out the window to see you know what was going on because it was activity my.
"rick stewart" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"To call radio stations and request songs I love to do it on the AM radio when I was a kid may I call there was always the three big stations in this area if you were growing up in this area and you listen to pop you're listening to one of these three stations KFRC K. R. O. Y. and what was the third one mark K. R. A. K. A. new if you're in the contract the third one Chandy candy I have some great memories of that thought I'd invite your members if you have any I love talking about DJs I loved the old ATM radio formats we you would hear anything what music you don't care for the music that I don't care for like some really great artists that I just go yeah you know this is not my eighty it's not my Cup of tea so let's say you have a neighbor who lives across the street and why these out washing his car he decides to blasts type of music that you just can't stand the most what do you do you go back in your house and saying this is my neighbor in a in my neighborhood yeah let him listen to it yeah Tom Brokaw's guess what later on you better enjoy my music yeah there you go I guess I guess I'm still for you on the plan we'll see how you like it but not in an adversarial way but see my neighbor will get together we talk music my issue was the of the language coming out of that music was only not radio okay well that that's a whole different thing yeah I mean if it's you know you have a fourteen year old daughter it's you okay that's everything karaoke I mention that best movie center these are just ideas maybe have a kid that plays the drums your neighbors going god please stop it no but I guess it maybe you want to play music for us Beatles or stones but all this stuff records eight tracks cassettes someone who relates the memories the sapling or robin Trower yes stories about bumper music this Pink Floyd is that plan which have a rummage row just don't usually run into our yeah would you say robin Trower and led Zeppelin what about him okay I like well you know it's kind like ginger Marianna Sammy bonds under Brian Johnson disco ducks still spot does it not always has always will we have a big birthday board today lots of musicians celebrating birthday that's some stories about some of them you mention Carrie K. I could talk about and I want to talk about her friend Rick Stewart used to be a part of our world yeah and there was a part of K. S. T. that that time and also part of K. R. A. K. any now we really want to invite your calls tonight all right would love for you to join us nine one six not to one fifteen thirty all star my plan this this is the first song I'm a million records always tell you that maybe not a million but a lot this is the first song in for some reason my mind that I remember hearing as a kid like an actual music record my mother and father in elk Grove we're having a party with night and I hear this music playing and for whatever reason as a way of talking about knee high to a grasshopper man just a wee lad I heard this plan and I'd like to and so I peek my head out the window to see you know what was going on because it was activity my.
"rick stewart" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"The Brussel sprout text messages well deplorables do appreciate it Hey I guess it was an earthquake it was a welcome to the show I've got so many I have so many things on my mind tonight I don't know where everything's going to go and you out things on your mind I'm just gonna let you know I'm not gonna sit and we'd last night it was open Mike let's talk back or under lockdown we've all been ordered to be locked down not go anywhere and it and then so we just open up the Mike and I just so you know what you guys take over the all fill in the gaps you tell me what's on your mind tonight I have so many things to get to which will include your phone number your phone calls my phone number you have to call with your phone number your phone calls because again I know people are or are hibernating in them that's good I guess I don't know but I do know that there were we're all in this together and if you do have something on your mind as a gift to a bunch of the stuff that great I would love to hear from you at nine one six nine two one fifteen thirty one eight hundred eight three four fifteen thirty I guess it was an earthquake hit he'd have you ever been did you feel the earthquake I didn't feel the earthquake I did not but Dana has Felton Bob Williams Felton I guess some other folks in the station did I miss the traffic people felt it yeah it was really building a few feet away right I didn't know I don't know I don't know why I did not I never feeling though whenever anybody ever says who did you feel that nope nope do you hear me you did not fail if you ever felt one that will never I I one time one time I did yeah one time I was in working at our sister station toxic fifty KST yeah and I was filling in for our friend our late great friend Rick Stewart home is doing yeah I know me too one man missing so much you too god bless him and he and his his family and I was I remember us filling in for Rick it was early in the morning and I don't know why in my mind I could have this wrong it seems that I'm I'm gonna say that all I'll just say this I remember getting ready to do the news and with a very nice studio like we have here in do it when the earthquake hit what I remember was all the microphones bouncing up and around like wait what is happening here and and that's when I knew and then I can kind of feel it but it was mainly them the microphones all Lansing up and down yeah yeah but I remember that so it's time yeah I can see why that would create an impression yeah five point oh in Carson city yes with the same hope everything is alright four point five four point four nine point five now thank you okay there's one candle candles all sanitized ready to go for the big shows were all protected workloads Werner deep underground bunker I. R. I. R. I. heart bunker for the day which is great we're very well protected I think I heart very much for that so what we have is okay with the big four point five earthquake hopefully there was not much damage we'll find out in the news I'm sure so stay tuned for the news everything else going alright with you Kitty everything's going your own yeah you know just kind of unprecedented news but other than that I am I I haven't seen the news cycle like this and I don't know when very strange yeah very very strange I agree Pat MC thing like it in just its kind the uncertainty of it all mmhm you know yeah it's kind of like L. yeah was a warrior seems like when there's no one out there he is yes and we are very strange I know I know that what we are saying we say something to make in order to handle yes I was saying that size so it was a five point oh it's been revised to four point five end of many downtown businesses a call dispatch reports of broken glass in their shops in Carson city and Carson city yeah okay all right Indian hills area Indian hills thank you for that thank you for clarifying that if anyone wants to call in about that if that's something that you you felt you want I got I got messages from Darlene with a why as you said earthquake as what earthquake remainers quake just just just felt an earthquake okay.
"rick stewart" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
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"rick stewart" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
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"rick stewart" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Thank you. Thank you nothing to brag about. Yes. The drinks from Pat since he's in the money now. Yes. So you you call screen for Morton Downey junior. Yeah. Oh, go ahead. He was he was so bombastic on the air. And I really didn't know much about talk radio. I listen to music. I think about it. And I thought man this is pretty weird. You know, this guys like so just a big kind of brash loud mouth on the air. But then off the air. He was really nice and quiet smoked like Athene. Which is you know, I think ultimately, what lead to his demise? But he he was much different off air then he was on air. So I didn't know maybe that's how it is smoke while he was doing a show could smoke in the studio. Really? Yes. Wow. Smoke in the studio how things and how times have changed over the years since we've worked at the station. Yeah. Could smoke in the still metal unthinkable. Now. I mean, I would love if I could just come in and have a cigar. We'll show. I would love that. I've literally heard of people like mom and pop radio stations from back in the day who I remember guide telling me Tony Kaye used to work with and Chico. Tony if you're out there how you doing man. And he said the these worked in a mom and pop station where they had a like a cigarette lighter like you'd having a car you push in it. Right, right. Where you sit. Right. Where you sit and talk with the Mike and then over here, you can pull it out like a car ashtray. So you just sit and smoke and light and everything but. Yeah. So Morton Downey Morton Downey, and then you know, he lost his job. And then the job I had as I said was temporary. 'cause I was filling in for young woman who eventually passed sad story. But anyway. I came back. And then they said, okay, we have somebody new that we want to introduce you to that. You'll be working his name. Rush limbaugh. Yeah. So that was my second star. So I worked with some pretty big names there. You must have got some very interesting calls. I with Morton Downey is young lady work, you your screen in the calls for Morton Downey that had to be interesting. And so here comes rush who has a completely different style of more than when he first started. When rush I started was he he wasn't doing all politics. Like he is now. He used to he wasn't even in into politics. He wasn't even registered to vote. He was really, wow. Yes. He was he was doing stick and just crazy thing playing records backwards and finding satanic messages in the record, wink, wink, and just doing kind of crazy updates real Linda updates and just making fun of people. And just he was silliness. He was all about silliness. Then he started get a little more political more and more. And of course, you know, now, he's that's what he has to go all politics to get syndicated like that. I have to change my show to go. All politics is. Not that interested in doing that. Now, you're not I don't think so. Rather? Different stuff. So so you enjoyed working with Russia, obviously, he was really sweet and off the air. He was a little more the same on Arizona's air, but it wasn't as as much of like a and Hyde is Morton Downey, but he's still had an on air persona. He was a very good conversationalist and super generous still is super generous to this day, very magnanimous and giving gifts and things like that. And then one day, you're working. And then here comes this guy from this other radio station, which was essentially a competing radio station at the time K T E, which at that time was ks T, which became part of this family with KFC K. And that's where I yeah. We we started ks. What are you doing a case t I worked with Bob Nathan who used to work here. KP K. I worked at produced the morning show with Bob Nathan, and our friend. Rick Stewart, Diana Marin, who's been on them. Guest on this show before. Yeah, she's great. I love her produced that and then I was doing a little bit of news for them. I was doing Kendall's job at that time. And then I ended up doing a lot of different things a little bit of sports talk and things like that on K S T E bid, but kind of helped develop early the image of chaos sort of has become over the years. When when did you join forces with case K um, well that would have been nineteen ninety six thank something like that. So so I include the twenty six years is a couple years ks T in all these years, a KFC K. So it was I think it was right after the OJ Simpson trial. Who's to carry that? I remember that that that's kind of what put that station on the men walked around. Listen to that headphones. Yeah. They'll walkman or whatever. Everyone was listening. And I remember the be a commercial like they go Judge Ito, we need to hang a sidebar is the board guys running aboard. Like, okay. Now's the time for commercials. It'd be a couple of seconds time. And as soon as you went to the commercial break that people call what are you doing crazy? What are you lot Wesley place commercial? Sometimes I'm playing it where there's nothing happening in the OJ. Right. Yeah. That station caught on when it became when the OJ Simpson trial, which leads to another thing we have been here so long, you know, a lot of people when they start out like okay now you start in a little town. Like, you know, you hear this little town, and you move to another little town. And then you move all over and radio which a lot of your way up which is what most people to. We didn't do that. That we had smaller jobs. Our jobs were not as important. They were started level jobs. Yeah. We we were at a very major station a big station. Right. Right. But then we did get on air jobs here. And like having to start at other smaller stations, right? Yes. Yeah. Right. That's right. When did you become the sports guy? That would have been ninety ninety six or ninety seven and was that that was for the afternoon news. Yes. Because I have any Passarelli was in the mornings Anthony pass. Really? Yeah. And I remember why we had Tim Reuter our afternoon in David's someone Mark. Sorry. Good story about one of those guys. I shouldn't tell it on the video. Ninety. I think probably ninety seven or something. I did I did that so long. This would make you feel all that. I have heard people who are in their late twenties or maybe even thirty when they realize Powell also you wait the sports guy. So. Yeah. And then they'll tell you. Oh my gosh. I remember being a little kid. I was just a little kid. And my dad would listen to it in your trunk listened to you the like, oh my God. I feel old bell. Yeah. But but but going back to S T E, and then you, and I with KFC K going back to many many years now days, I can do a joke that only only you would get out of everyone working here. Well, maybe KENDALL might be the only other person his candles banner. Forever to KENDALL. How long has kindle how long you been here? She's got a. Almost twenty three years now. Yeah. So you or the oh, you two are the only ones who get it. If I say this. Let's say something like this. Even though I've done this on the every four, Pat. Kendall worked here. Did you say huckster voice? Right. So you're the only they would know that how former boss. Back when I invented rock and roll radio. Anyhow, that's how long we've been here. So it's just amazing has been a long long time my whole career my whole radio career. I've done other things in between, you know, some television than things but always been here and why ninety was at ninety two point five. Like, you were a case I was at ninety two point five. Right. And you did what you did you say? Phil. Yeah. Wow. But anyway, yeah, it's been a long time. And you are the person I have worked with the longest I am very happy and proud of that mutual. I.