18 Burst results for "Rod Serling"

"rod serling" Discussed on The Twilight Zone Podcast

The Twilight Zone Podcast

04:19 min | 10 months ago

"rod serling" Discussed on The Twilight Zone Podcast

"A few weeks ago now here on the podcast we spoke to nick. Parisi the president of the road sailing memorial foundation and one of the things we spoke about was that on the fifteenth of this month of october. They will be launching a kickstarter in an attempt to fund a statue of rod sailing in recreation park binghamton new york his hometown. An honor that i think is long overdue. And i'm sure that you agree with that. And in the first day or two it was looking pretty good if that momentum had to carried on the probably would have been no problem funding this now. The target was nine hundred thousand dollars. Which is a hefty price tag bbut for a big statue that's gonna live on for decades and decades in a public place that is to be expected but after that initial flurry of activity died down a little bit as usually happens with these kick. Starters we find ourselves in a bit of a lull a bit of a period where the pledges are still coming in. But they're not quite as fast as they used to be now at the moment it saying that there is nineteen thousand two hundred eight dollars pledged of the nine hundred thousand goal and there is eighteen days left to go. So there's still quite a mountain left to climb now tonight. i'm going to take a trip to the fished. I mentioned to begin the end of our season for coverage with the final episode of season. For and i was just going to mention it in nap where i think we need to jump on this. You know we as twilight zone fans fans of rudd sailing. I thought i would make a special effort to put the word out now over an after hours club. We manage to get together. You know a nice song to put to that. And it's already been put into the fund air but as you can see there's a lot more to go at the moments does roughly around seventy one thousand dollars left to go so so. If a thousand people gave seventy dollars that statue would be pretty much funded now. I know that much more than a thousand people. Listen to this podcast bought understandably not everyone is going to be able to contribute at that level. Some people can give more. Some people can give less but some people might not be able to afford to give anything but that's not the only way to contribute you know everyone has social media accounts people can tweet about. This people can put on their facebook and instagram and really helped to get the wear out. That is one. I'm here asking you to do to help us get this statue funded in recreation park binghamton so if you can give some money than go to rudd sailing monument dot com and that will take you directly to the kickstarter where you can pledge. And after you've done there does handy buttons there you can share on facebook. You can tweet about it you can email people about it and like i say if you can't afford to contribute your cells then please just help to publicize tell your friends about it. Tweeted out put on your facebook and let's really help get the word out there because there is not an that i would like more than to meet all of you and binghamton when the statue was erected and there is some great at bonuses on this kickstarter like i say you can get a brick with your wedding on it that is going to be put into the base of this statue or pavements around the statue and if you can't afford it yourself there may be clubbing with some friends to do it. You know how great would it be to get your name and your friends name at the base of the statue there for all time as a as a market that you've helped what they're so. I'm not gonna go on much longer but we have eighteen days to go to raise quite a lot of money here so if you can help please do because i want to see you in binghamton next year and we can all gather around that statue and pay our respects to the great man and give him the honor that he has more than.

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"rod serling" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"rod serling" Discussed on Double Toasted

"Used to love after this door with the key of imagination beyond is another dimension dimension of sound site and that was a fake as bob. Fuck man was broken. Windows knows. I know because when the ball came up. Shit show watching the show. The show's watching me and owner. Show the the. The host was rod sterling now in the rod serling role. You have here the watcher and you know the way rod serling was would would step out and you know he was set up the story and he would you know before the show even started and the story at the end. Yeah isn't that some fucked up shit right that teaches the lesson fucked up in the twilight zone. You gotta remember. There's always the ship in the nights off next week. Didn't you know the the now. The watcher watching lives up to his name. Because he's always watching till he does all he does that full watches so hard that he's actually in the show. Just do nothing. He's just chilling background watching the show with the some time. And it's actually kind of cool and it's weird because there are times when they actually show the characters going by in the watchers out there. And i'm like you don't say that big hit in the fucking sky right now he's like the where's waldo of marvel..

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"rod serling" Discussed on Caffeinated Humor: Sarcastic Comedy For The Masses

Caffeinated Humor: Sarcastic Comedy For The Masses

04:15 min | 1 year ago

"rod serling" Discussed on Caffeinated Humor: Sarcastic Comedy For The Masses

"Now in my house when my kids were little anytime i cooked breakfast. It was a hang out time. Nobody ever hung out in the kitchen. Unless i was cooking in bulk my kids at hang out. I'd always make sure that i would buy extra bacon and they would hang out and sit on the sink. And then you know there was always extra bacon for sampling. We just have a great time and it was almost like a private mama with being a kids. I loved it. I remember when i was five. I i started one of one of my first big thanksgiving traditions. I would lay on the floor from about six. Am on. I was always in early riser. And just watch our after our of twilight zone because that was the thanksgiving day. Marathon of twilight zone rod sterling contributed rod. Serling insisted on being the announcer for twilight zone. They tried to talk him out of it because he he had horrible stagefright that turned into massive flop sweat so they would film the beginnings of the twilight zones like five ten in a day and he had to change his shirt and suit after each take because he would just soak through. I find that fascinating and yet rod serling was the shit every bit player in hollywood and a number of them went on to become big stars there on twilight zone but per as many stars as there were there just as many folks at that was their one and only crediting never did another god damn thing but you could depend on that i would watch twilight zone all day long right up until my mom said it was time to eat. And that's like three o'clock in the afternoon so you're looking at a solid goodness nine hours. And then i got into football but that was kind of like my mid teens so from age. Five to buddy fifteen a solid decade of one day a year of about nine hours of twilight zone. That's a. I would be shocked if there was a twilight zone episode that i haven't seen but the holidays lend themselves to odd traditions. I mean everybody has that. Do you open your gifts. Christmas eve or christmas morning. Those of the easy ones. But it's like you know other traditions like those that have that know about this. Get it the other folks. That don't you can try to google it but it may not make any sense. The tradition of cooking witch. I know someone. I went to high school within. This girl will not cook. If you're cooking which is not in the kitchen. She said things burn stuff boils over. Everything goes to shit without a cooking lynch and it's a wildly. I mean it's a bit of an old country type tradition or who knows it could be just something that grandma made an odd comment once and it became gospel within the family. But there's weird stuff like.

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"rod serling" Discussed on The Vibe Juice Podcast

The Vibe Juice Podcast

05:48 min | 1 year ago

"rod serling" Discussed on The Vibe Juice Podcast

"You know what I'm saying but we are so far more than. League eighteen hundred actually birth of a nation so you know it's been around. I think. The rise serling twilight zone that's why Rod serling. You know there's a holding I think it was surly thoroughly. Yeah. I called him sturdy. But Rectum One of the things that that people some people believe. That he was not. In A, there was no intention to have him. There was no intention to have him become what he could have become. In. The TV media guide yeah fairly. Yeah. Yeah. Okay and were still watching his shit. That's how basketball bar here and he will right? Okay exactly. But. I think that you know. Standing on the brink of twenty twenty one. We need to pay attention to some things. One of the things. One of the things I think specifically. Is What we ingest, what we consume in terms of media. Yes I think there's a reason that some people harp about the impact of media on human human thought human actions, human lives, health health all let all that environment every every everything you know young yeah. Well, I mean look America I talked to my grandson's grandsons sixteen and thirteen okay. Jesse yesterday. They had a personal lecture. I presented. But what it was about was where you going. ooh. Quest. Okay I said you know if you noticed when I get up, I know what the Fuck I'm supposed to be doing that day. Now I can change I may have to adjust some ship may have to be shifted to another day or whatever, but I know what I'm supposed to be doing. Right. All you know. is to wake up. Get on. Media The instrument phone your this is called arrested development intentionally, and then once you have the minds of people, number will be at whatever the drug went back to my comment about the the podcastone addiction..

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"rod serling" Discussed on Strength To Be Human --Literary Podcast, Hosted by Mark Antony Rossi

Strength To Be Human --Literary Podcast, Hosted by Mark Antony Rossi

03:12 min | 1 year ago

"rod serling" Discussed on Strength To Be Human --Literary Podcast, Hosted by Mark Antony Rossi

"And I never wanted to be cavalier about it but I was wondering you're talking about when she actually consider it all that I look at everything before I call this guy a name or make fun of this guy or be judgmental of this fellow and I'm not. Not, that I have a true understanding of why somebody steps out like that because I really don't and I've never on a personal basis done that even appreciated that kind of behavior I just don't. He may be approved. I don't care, but just never never appreciate that. Me I always felt that if we can go in it openly and you can leave it open, you don't need to screw up the thousand in the meantime. People do all the time you leave. have their rune, which should be an open until you're done with it. But. Nevertheless that's what that that fellow got involved in I'm sure without trying to make an excuses from anyone. That some of that had to do with him dealing with depression impression and all the things that he was dealing in many instances you know when when you're a writer. Especially in in his particular field. I mean you're dealing with corporate sponsors. Giving them all kinds of hassles about the racial overtones of of his work, but the social implications of his work. I mean one time he he mentioned something into his script about a match and the the the the commercial sponsor of twilight zone. Let's listen you need to take that crap out. Now I'm Ronson I'm a lighter produce. So I, can't be talking about matches on this show I'm trying to sell some damn ladders here. That's literally what he had to do. A guy got kicked out I mean so they were not playing around sponsorship. In. The world of Rod serling the nineteen fifties would not the same as they are. Now now a- show gets controversial they risk that they can lose to sponsor. The other way it was that's that's different back. Then there was an entirely different way the sponsor paid for the show if you did something dumb did literally having somebody out there to to the studio hey, this by the way. How about you stop this crap. We're gonNA just walk away. That's how it used to be back in. So they had a real say in how things went how things were said. And that's why he had to do a lot of couching and science fiction and horror and fantasy and all kinds of different things. I think one time he had a episode where he had the Jewish Person Lens instead of a black person because he couldn't do that. Even, though the actually was happening during the time, he's doing the show in the south. So. There was so much stuff. He added simply allude to allegory all of that just because those who thinks he was up to so imagine you dealing with all that. You dealing with your own demons from war to you don't want all kinds of depression you're dealing with exhaustion. He still got a family to got to contend with and the wife. So and and of course, drinking do whatever you can do to kill whatever pain is. I guess you know. Slipping over the to a another woman now, and then probably seemed like practically standard fare for him..

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"rod serling" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"rod serling" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Heard a whole lot of people in here talking tonight about this group and that group of domestic violence blacks, these minorities and dot monarchy. What I wanna know is when are you all going to start standing up for the majority, and here's who The majority's I'm the majority. I'm a law abiding citizen who has never shot anybody never committed a serious crime never committed a felony. I've never done anything like that. But it seems like every time we have one issues Nobody wants to blame. Put the blame where it goes. Which is that the shooter speed. You want to put it at my feet. You want to turn around and restrict my right. Constitutional right, spelled out in black and white. You want to restrict my right to buy a firearm and protect myself from some of the very people. You are talking about it here tonight. It's ridiculous. I don't think Rod Serling could come up with a bear script. It does not make any sense the law abiding citizens of this community and make communities around this country. We're the first ones taxed and the last once considered and first once place when things like this happens because our rights are the ones that were being taken away. That's the reason why I came out here to the gun show or no gun show in IRA or note in all right. I'm here to stand up for the law abiding citizens of this community because I'm gonna tell you what's gonna happen. You can take the guns away from us all you want to you all right Along I follow along. I'll bring my guns down here. I'll tear omy. But here's what's gonna happen. The Crips and the Bloods on the other side of town. They're not gonna turn their guns in the hold onto and what's gonna happen when you have to send the police down there to go take it. Police can barely enforce the laws. It is. It's what I see. We demonize the police criminalise and vilify the police and we make the criminals in the victims. And we're talking about restricted. Don's How are you gonna do that? How are you gonna do that when the police department's already hamstrung You got to be able to go down here. Take these guns from.

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"rod serling" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:30 min | 2 years ago

"rod serling" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Rod Serling and The Twilight Zone here's Jesse when sterling submitted a script called the time element to CBS as the pilot for the twilight zone CBS used the script for another show Westinghouse does he replace nineteen fifty good evening ladies and gentlemen and welcome to another Westinghouse digital by house tonight we're going to see story written by run starting and starring William Bendix our story begins in a doctor's office the patient is sitting there he walked into this office nine minutes ago this would have been the original premiere episode of The Twilight Zone the story concerns a man who has vivid nightmares about the attack on Pearl Harbor the signs to visit psychiatrist can you tell me one simple statement whether or not I'm off my rocker without dragging in Sigmund Freud wrote a medical school English can you tell me what's wrong with me I can try thank you for having this dream I've had I don't know five or six times now what sort of never have any wacky dreams it seemed real sure I guess we all have whatever happened over and over again Richard same dream the same dream I don't it doesn't change the twist ending reveals that the patient died at Pearl Harbor the psychiatrist was actually the one individual yes I have been on the rocks the guy in the picture not only on the other S. P. Johnson is a ten by no Canson that's all he was killed the episode received so much positive fan response at CVS greenlit the.

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"rod serling" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"rod serling" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"It to beaver the Lone Ranger and I Love Lucy The Twilight Zone was a dark psychological thriller mixing fantasy with suspense in the dark hours of the night we were shocked that they are can you after graduating high school in nineteen forty three rod Serling began his military career serving in the eleventh airborne division in World War two nightmares and flashbacks for the rest of his life it influenced much of his writing I was traumatized into writing my world it's like going through a war in a combat situation feeling that desperate sense to terrible for some sort of therapy get out of my god write it down this is the way it began for me because I came back with eleven million other guys with very similar problems it was not unique nor was it not to be expected we we had a very special problems that we were going to write about he was face to face with death every day if you use the unpredictability of tests in his writing I can I can see with anybody not falling into this pattern rights has certain special loves certain special hang ups certain special pre occupations and predilections in my case it's a hundred to be young again desperate hunger to go back where it all began and I think you'll see this as a running threat to a lot of things in Iraq and part of creativity of course is being able to have the capacity to convey that kind of hunger that kind of nostalgia kind of bitter sweet feeling to those who have never happened throughout the nineteen fifties rod Serling established himself as one of the most popular names in television he was also famous for criticizing the motives of other television writers at the time I'm not convinced that ninety.

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"rod serling" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

08:35 min | 2 years ago

"rod serling" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Is an American media franchise based on the anthology television series created by rod Serling the episodes are in various genres including fantasy science fiction suspense horror and psychological thrillers often concluding with the macabre unexpected twist and usually with a moral very popular and very critical success and introduced many Americans to common science fiction and fantasy the original series shot entirely in black and white ran on CBS for five seasons from nineteen fifty nine to nineteen sixty four March of curry back with us mark is a science fiction author television writer screenwriter who has written for major studios and networks he is also the lead director for his own space command movie mark welcome back to the program thanks George it's great to be back and how were you weather rain everything in Los Angeles very well it's interesting because you know I'm actually busier than ever the but man and of course Elaine and I you know we've been married for forty two years and we love each other's company thank god so that helps yeah it is very much so and she's writing and directing and producing with the cell and and as you know I think we've been making a space command after so during the pandemic with our active shooting their own scenes on their own cameras in their own homes and that's just an amazing and and showing and denture yeah how many parts of space command have you done now we shot we shop not including this episode which is two hours we shot the first three hours we were prepping the fourth hour of a twelve hour season when when the pandemic yet and because all all Americans which is stuck at home I realized that yeah we we can actually right next to utilizing them so this is a two hour episode that we're actually meet it didn't even exist even if the script about four weeks ago and now we're all almost done with it and it's it's not just some unknown people it's if your barber bane from mission impossible Moses from the million little things and Michelle Nichols in Star Trek and on and on it's just moving line up because all of my friends when I reach out to them they all said yes and they started singing footage from not just here in America but from Canada and the UK and and Portugal wherever they were you know hunkering down they they thought that this is a really fun and challenging meals meals grass Tyson is in as well so that was that was a joke he's he's a good person said it's great he's terrific how many years has it been since you started space command well you know we had the I had the initial idea in twenty twelve and we shot the first footage in twenty fourteen I'm every year since then we've been touching the show but now we have a full studio and I've got you know the number of people on on salary full time editors and visual effects people and and millions of people around the world we we we released the first hour on my nexus five a YouTube channel one millions of people around the world to see that so so we're just waiting to get critical mass where a network of the of the platform picks it up but we're actively under consideration by Amazon right now so we'll cross your fingers I was gonna say Amazon Netflix they're starting to buy up all kinds of programming aren't they yes yes they are changing the face of Hollywood I know it's a very very different world than when I when I started writing for TV when I was twenty two a lot of Hollywood productions of not all of them have stop right now because a covert haven't they I think basically all of them it's because again it's just you know you don't want to correct that you know it's not nothing is worth having your your gene Yang di no actors you know obviously and you know and so one has to ask about it out which is which is fine because most of my people my visual effects people my editor my one condition they can all kind of work from home and thanks to them on the internet and all of these other wonderful tools we have now you can you can actually get stuff done and we don't want to work with someone Barbara Dane whom I grew up you know watching on mission impossible and on stage nineteen ninety nine initial Nichols won that one and we'll go mommy go bills also in this episode and you know as you know I'm not I'm I'm seven trouble like it's old home week for me so what is gonna happen in the fall which is traditionally when the television networks unveiled their new programs I mean that's only three months away what's going to happen then you're not gonna have any new shows you know it's going to be a whole new round of whole new worlds you know and hopefully the buyers will will recognize that there are people out there you know all around the world making amazing content but but it's definitely I mean just like Netflix hook everything up and changed all the rules that's going to be happy because of Congress as well well we lost Raj wife Carol that was a big blow to those who love Twilight Zone wasn't yes and she was such an amazing woman I mean think about it when I wrote when I start writing as well as a companion sh I was twenty two years old she and she gave me full access to all of rob's scripts and files and the sixty millimeter continues after so we should put such trust in me one I'd never written a book before and I was just out of college kid and and thanks to her and I got to write that book and it was beginning of my career so so she was an amazing woman really the keeper of the flame she was in a one of a kind and and daughters and and Jody will continue the tradition but I'm I'm so glad I got to know Carol okay let you go up in the attic of the house didn't she to rummage around for stuff yes yes we'll definitely cruisers after about selling died at the age of fifty and yeah he went away too early way to our great ABS absolutely and yes it was his house exactly as he left his office was there even as Irish setter dog was there there was a trophy room with the six Emmys and all the other awards he won a Peabody Award and up in the attic that's where the scrapbook books working on each of these big leather volumes with every clicking on this entire career in in chronological order image files and and they're even model trucks and airplanes that you haven't gotten around to making with this actually would do when you want to just relax you make a model of like you know of someone with two aircraft or whatever because of course he would get in touch Oakland one watching how would ride surely never reacted to this pandemic what do you have written a twilight's old script on it are we don't I think I've been thinking about this because because while living in the twilight zone now in in in in a certain way and a friend Ron was born he wrote many toilets on that's about the last man on earth you know Burgess Meredith and time this last or people turning on each other when they're under pressure like monsters and one maple street and I think that I think that's what's going on now so many things happening in the news I think rob would be very aware of how how pressures in isolation can can turn people against each other and how with the rise above that and really reach out with compassion you know up when it whenever things like this are happening I just go out of my way to be kinder to people and to make sure people are okay I just I just give my my postman a little gift because I I know he's working so hard and he's kind of keeping keeping things together and I just give me a card with some some of them that are to eleven other really appreciate it we really appreciate what you've been doing every once in awhile I'll go to you tube with a look at an episode of some kind of show and recently I was just looking at what's my line and you know the old black and white with Arlene Francis Bennett serve worth the code gallon and aghast to always came in there and what was so funny about all that mark as you know they have like the sponsor whoever it might be your best splatter right on the front of their desk that they saw which you know was just a typical old sat with that kind of television work today what you know it's funny I mean T. V. it's always something that's involving and and yet and yet I remember shows because people were so smart and so interesting they were really bonded bonds you know and god and that was funded through sponsorship yes I know exactly how the ticket with the Chesterfield you know whatever you yeah just splatter right out there with the big logo that they put up there exactly and that that now there are there are sponsors where they're basically financing shows it's more subtle form of sponsorship where they might have the products being used in the show absolutely it's great some March stay with us we're gonna take a quick break we'll come back and talk more about television where it's headed and that will take calls with you next hour I'm George story back in a moment on coast to coast AM feeling lost not close.

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"rod serling" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

09:47 min | 2 years ago

"rod serling" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Normalcy to return you know yes we're looking at I guess you could say this segment applies to those who are getting closer to retirement is rod Serling would say the cigar constantly for those who are and I can't do for those financial red zone and that's when you really need to start getting serious there after turning fifty it's time to start rethinking the way you've always done things become a little more conservative with your investments and start planning ahead and and the first thing if you had several jobs probably track down all those accounts who created over the years right I said it's always so many people and they they hand me you know five six seven different you know higher razor for one K. accounts so they still kept at the company they used to work for yeah and and they were you know like there's a lot of times they're confused so we're doing a a consolidation we take those four ones iris floral three bees deferred comp whatever you might have you know and we'll do a consolidation because you know it makes things a lot easier in this way I'm going to put that into the plan when I put together the right the income plan for you and we're gonna know what you have to look to look forward to it as far as what kind of income it's going to generate because you're gonna need to have in the future yeah yeah it and this is this is assuming that you have saved here the room kind of like you should have leading up to fifty if that's the case then you may want to focus more on cutting costs their costs and a little bit less accumulating it is that how you tell your what you well your clients yes I mean if you have credit card debt definitely before you retire if you're not already retire get rid of the credit card debt there's no there's no useful purpose for having it having a mortgage is one thing because you have a tax advantage with that mortgage you can write off the interest that you're paying on that car payments unless it's a zero interest loan I encourage other people if you're going to go out and buy a new car if you can get a zero interest loan through the dealer that's ideal because you're using the bank's money obviously it's not costing you anything because there's no tax advantage to having a car payment but if you're if you're a zero interest loan you're basically you know find dancing on the bank's money in your every nickel that you're paying is going towards the principal but credit card debt get definitely want to want to get rid of that that's because some of these interest rates that they charge you know it anywhere from the I seen everywhere and fifteen on the low end up to thirty five on the highway so so definitely credit card debt is something that you definitely want to get rid of anyway and you definitely want to strategize different things to so against social security is going to be coming up for a you want to talk about that we're going to do a social security maximization report for you so you know one of them is it more interesting things when we sit down and meet when we sit down have a conversation and again under the circus circumstances you know my offices have limited hours currently even though you know they are open so some of them have limited hours but you know so if we need to sit down through via a phone conversation or via Skype or via zoom or face to face I meet people at their home most most more people are comfortable with me coming over to their home I do make house calls that's not a problem but once we do sit down once we do so have these meetings and I put together these reports and we're gonna see what you have a we're gonna put it all into the report because it's really really important to understand what you have and how it's going to function going forward into the future and that's something you're you can set up that virtual meeting or even an office meeting with Marty by simply calling eight eight eight five one nine nineteen ninety six eight eight eight five one nine ninety ninety six you know turning off when I turn fifty of course on my birthday it was all the jokes you know getting sent my sister's given the centrum silver and all that stuff but still you you've got up some years to work at that age fifty us we're looking at fifty and into the financial redzone what when should you start thinking seriously about social security and it's not that far off distant thing well do you know it's it's it's important to have a strategy and that's where the social security maximization report is invaluable because it will even even if you're that young even if you're fifty it'll still you still have and and that's the key the key is you're still working you're still contributing the benefit is going to increase over time so what you're what you might look at now if you go to SSA dot gov and look up your social security account here you'll see a what your benefit is going to be at sixty to sixty seven and seventy depending on what your age is your your your full retirement age you'll see what those benefits are and if you're still working those numbers are going to change their fluid numbers because as you keep contributing the benefit keeps going up it but but it's it's important to have that that social security maximization part because it does take into account the future earnings future growth and it's going to look at your benefit at the whenever you decide to take it if you decide to take it early at sixty two sixty three or if you wait until your full retirement age sixty six sixty seven or even if you wait till you're seventy and there's a lot of things that go into making that decision and we'll have a discussion about that too but if you know you it'll tell you what the optimal time is to take your social security and actually how to apply because of the you know just go apply there's there's a method to the madness there's a methodology to how you apply so so having you know knowing your social security benefits that's a lifetime benefit obviously if you have a pension obviously that's going to be a lifetime benefits as well so there's there's a strategy that we're gonna follow and and put everything down on paper for long term for you looking at things you can do to plan ahead for your retirement the the eternal weekend that is in your future it after you turn fifteen and into your fifties is that when used to I know we always say as far as investments in market volatility if you're young especially thirties even forties you've got time to recovery I mean if if at age fifty is that when you start getting a little more conservative with your investments generally speaking yes as you get older you know your retirement accounts that's money that you want to protect that's money you're going to live off of the rest of your life so that's money you definitely want to protect you want to put that into an account you don't want that losing value I've gotten phone calls from clients they've just their third that's enough they've had enough they they know this is the third time in twenty years you know you're at all one we had eight and now we have here we have twenty twenty and then they they lost thirty thirty five forty percent of their of their value in their accounts and you know the year ten fifteen twenty years closer to retirement you don't have to here we go again I you gotta wait to retire to recover what you lost something that what I would do I would definitely consider getting a little more conservative using something that's guaranteed that's what I do I mean this is what I do I I put you into a position of strength that put you into a position where no matter what happens in the volatility in the markets your money is going to be safe secure guaranteed insured at all times so there's that you know and it's protected as well so so that's what I do I'm a retirement advisor I don't want to put your you in a position of her here Martin your where your money's gonna be disappearing right and that's not to say that you shouldn't have some money you know because I have a lot of clients they they really enjoy playing the markets you know they wake up in the morning that's their new job once they reach out to their job is is watching their money and and and and when investing it in various things and pulling it out of here and putting it over here and buying this stock and selling that one and buying this fund so that's you know some people enjoy doing that and that's fantastic so you don't have to put all your money into the safe money strategy but at least you know a majority of it so you're protected so you don't have to worry that old something geopolitically happened I'm I'm gonna be in trouble yeah this time it was Lucy pulling the football away from Charlie Brown on this one the way it happened nobody anticipated and the speed at which it happened it was just unbelievable we're losing at one point and everybody knows that we're losing ten percent today yeah it was unbelievable I never saw the markets gyrate the way the way they did so dramatically so quickly and for you know the the the the the size at which these losses occurred over such a short period of time so again I have a lot of people that is just you know yes the market will come back eventually in the market this the economy I'll come back and everything will be hunky dory but in the meantime your ten fifteen twenty years closer to retirement you have the you want to wait for that money to come back at this point in your life when you're looking at retirement and this you know flushing the ice so that's not that's not the time to get risky that's the time to start making sure that that money's going to stay there and be there for you for the rest your life well it's never a bad time to enter into that retirement relationship with Marty noble but certainly the financial redzone years an excellent time and here's an excellent opportunity for Marty Nevil to do just that enter their relationship exactly thanks Dave yeah again we could sit down and you're virtually we could sit down on the phone we could have a phone consultation initially again my offices are open on a limited basis but they are open so we would have to do you know set up a time if you want to meet face to face and that's usually the best way and and I have no problem with that you know I'm I'm crystal clean and clear you know I have my mask on him you know we're ready to go but but yes for the next ten listeners that call in and have at least two hundred thousand dollars in the retirement savings give me a call at eight eight eight five one nine nine zero nine six.

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"rod serling" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

09:30 min | 2 years ago

"rod serling" Discussed on KTRH

"That he felt like that we were living in a Twilight Zone and he you know we're talk about rod Serling retire about how you know many of them I was young when many of the twilight zones came out I mean many people older than me remember when they were first coming out but I remember they were out we watch a lot of reruns for on thanksgiving you could see the Twilight Zone marathons which are good and I will tell you I said yeah I said you know one of the things people don't realize about rod sterling is is that he is cynical a lot of what he wrote what he wrote those it'll tidbits of what role did TV series is classic TV series he was very cynical about the future and that's why many of the stories had these the cynical endings you know one of my favorite ones is the monsters are due on maple street in fact if you watch that that that that's one that's the single out that when people are scared how they react okay and I was speaking to him about how it was my favorite he was give me some of his favorites I said if you ever heard of black mirror there's no I've never heard of black mirror and I said black mirror you need to see that movie that the TV show to TV series you watch on Netflix I told him I said it basically is like The Twilight Zone that paints a bleak picture of how we interact with our new technology in the future it's actually you know people said that it's the twilight zone of the twenty first century and the show when you're watching this you you understand that you know that did it the guy that writes it and produces it many of the things that he is will actually written and produced come true and then of course I was having a discussion with Christy Williams she was the woman that was here with her and ran with the ouija board short time by the ouija board short time can it was and she was telling me about how we're living in today reminded her of the Netflix film bird box every member Bandersnatch and bird box came out at the same time and Bandersnatch was a product of black mirror and bird box was something else it was that it was basically this dark three fiction or not you're forced to make choices to go beyond your morals your morality because of some crisis is that it's so unknown crisis some invisible enemy remember movie many of us saudades bird box ahead Sandra bullock unit John Malkovich Sarah Paulson and it was when I saw the film and I mean watch again if it's available I saw the film I thought it was some sort of alien invasion film invasion of shadow we demons wincing cause people to kill themselves and it reminded me a lot of the happening none of you knew about films called the happening had M. night Shyamalan he did the film basically the film has suffered from a lot of bad acting but it was about how a group of people just all of a sudden we're dying of some strange disease Donny what it what it is to some invisible disease they found out that it was being passed from person to person by plants it was said that the the the the the plants themselves have a technology a special technology today they can warn other plants of predators and for some reason mother nature decided to trigger these plans to start attacking the predator that put her just having the us and we did a guy didn't whatever it was some you know like pollen or whatever was getting your system which are killing each other we are killing ourselves many of the film like the crazies George Romero getting kind of a zombie film without the zombies it's like get bird box crazy zombies yeah it's like it's just a subtle zombie film without the six psychotic chords you know walking through the streets seeking brains and like Bandersnatch and bird box what we look at here is we look at what I can control the mind and what do people do when they're scared the fear factor okay some mysterious invisible entity it is the it is like your final destination where death is the village there's this invisible entity that they're fighting against you don't see it but you know it's death you know it's fear okay and we did a whole show about we did several shows about these types of movies the bird box movie the Bandersnatch film all these things and I knew that when I was watching Bandersnatch was watching bird box and I was watching the crazies all this better stanchion bird box was impressing me about the idea that algorithms we're controlling the characters of every single one of us and I remember saying the bird box is a metaphor for Twitter and social media and I know it sounds odd but it just seemed to me that something was triggering this type of attitude and it seemed like it had something to do with with the you know they were exposed to something like whether B. and and bird box of course would be as a metaphor for Twitter but they were exposed to something and made them feel terrible about themselves they were exposed to whatever they sought a filter but the Serbs and of to kill themselves and this is like an alien invasion film because you remember invasion of the body snatchers for example there's actually made as a metaphor about the middle controls of communism and how it's like an invisible alien force and other other films you may remember the pain aliens invaders who are there to change your individualist philosophies and becoming dangerous collective philosophy is to create a destructive group dynamic much like what we're experiencing now another film that similar is the live or how about the alien Borg in Star Trek something promotes or actually pushes this as something invisible pushes this idea of creating but group think okay and every group thing comes encroachment of social norms and get and people start doing strange things like start eating tide pods of they start eating cinnamon or the drink bleach with a drink called I mean this is why we've seen this type of thing happen over and over and over again and we've seen you know different memes and monsters and things on on you know the internet like Malmo in river mall mall every give me hell for mobile I got a mobile in my office but momo is is the perfect example this Malmo was his ugly face creature this ugly ugly you know hideous woman they were claiming was showing up in videos urging children to commit suicide right and this is happening all around the same time as bird boxing Bandersnatch in all these films I'm talking about what reminded me of Israel it would Robert highland road he said cultures sure complex of sim symptoms but a dying culture invariably exhibits personal rudeness bad manners lack of consideration for others and minor matters a loss of politeness of gentle manners which is more significant than an all out right pessimism cynicism he sings partnering on a psychographic level if you go down a greater rabbit hole in this is where I begin tonight taking you down the rabbit hole the reason why I want to do this is because I don't think anyone anyone his approach covert nineteen in this way and I'm thinking just thinking if you listen to me if you listen I have to say you're gonna be realizing something about this pandemic I can the films pandemics mass suicides pandemics of people going crazy zombies all this stuff it all starts somewhere whether it's a disease a virus a biological warfare agent or something else that could be happening something else it's far more hideous something that be contextualized and pointed to and shown as being a contributor to why we're losing our humanity what if I were to tell you what he has seen its grip is not human no it's not alive but he pretends to be and we certainly trusted more than we trust our families brothers or sisters or mothers or fathers parents we trusted more than you realize and it's having an effect on every single one of you.

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"rod serling" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:56 min | 3 years ago

"rod serling" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Is the mail Kelly showed you've just tuning in joining me on the line author Perrin shot me he's the author of the twilight the graphic novel in celebration of the fiftieth anniversary of the twilight zone detailing its creator and host presenter rod Serling let's get back to what we were discussing there's a generational difference in how we may look at these episodes how we may actually screen them as far as the technology involved but the message is still resonates still remain how do you think rod Serling taking it back to him the twilight man how do you think he was so able to capture the essence of an issue and it doesn't seem dated in the lease it didn't have the best special effects but the story telling is still par excellence yeah I mean this goes back to him basically being on and an excellent writer and and coming from a background of the writer first you wrote for radio then he wrote for television and he really honed his skills by writing and writing and writing for many years where do they come from ideas come from the earth they come from every human experience that you either with us or heard about translated into your brain and your own sense of dialogue in your own language form ideas are born what is smelled heard seen experienced felt emotion lies ideas are probably in the air like like little tiny items of always on that's the easiest thing on earth is to come up with an idea then the second thing is the hardest thing on earth is to put it down who was it that said writing is easiest thing on earth he said I simply walk into my study I sit down I put the paper in the typewriter and I fixed the margins and I turn the paper up and I bleed I feel like he was older than his actual years because he served in World War two and he experienced all these terrible things early on in his life and that kind of age dam and maybe made him more sober and clear sighted about the problems of society you know you saw this unnecessary death in World War two all all a lot of his friend died and it really made him think do we need more what is going on here with the bigger picture and I think in a lot of his teleplays and in the twilight zone he's really going for that bigger picture and is not afraid of of dealing with really heavy subjects morality death you know you have that up so does the hitch hiker which is also one of my favorite yes a woman is kind of running away from hitchhiker it keeps reappearing and it's basically her her own denial about the fact.

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"rod serling" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"rod serling" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"This great. it's great line. still going to use it. Hong her climate change press conference. woman stood up. it's not enough to. I was going to say. and the green deal was. it appears that the thing was a set up may be. The Washington Post says it was a set up. and it was done by. does anybody remember their names. I mean this guy. to the seventies. got a bunch of followers are going around and do. you see what. all the time. if you if you don't remember folks there was an old Twilight Zone episode the rod Serling version back when it was going to. and it was it was quiet. this is the this is the fiftieth..

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"rod serling" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"rod serling" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Are all available for you and now you get Rush Limbaugh this green I had this great line. ready to go. I'm still going to use it. even all. and climate change press conference. woman stood up. it's not enough to. I was gonna say. at the green no deal was. it appears that the thing was a set up. The Washington Post says it was a set up. and it was done by. does anybody remember the name of. I mean this guy goes way back. in the seventies. a bunch of followers are run around and do. you see what will shows on Fifth Avenue all the time. if you don't remember folks there was an old Twilight Zone episode the rod Serling version back when it was going to. and it was it was quiet. this is the.

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"rod serling" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"rod serling" Discussed on 710 WOR

"The episode I miss. the rod Serling Twilight Zone way back did an episode on some some weird old every star that shows where no have the ability to stop time but you can't just stop it for yourself. if you could just stop the hurricane or if you get rid of it the ecological change that would result from that is something nobody can contemplate it would not be good. but people only have the ability to think about the impact on them aren't we need to stop that's there and get away from but the these things are so. intertwined and inter connected with the entire. eagles fear that it it's it's silly to even think about stopping and add d'application is the one thing human beings have that other species do not we can adapt to all these when we have our entire lives the entire lifetime of humanity has been a story of adaptation. his nature is a powerful force that we can't change again dammit up you're gonna re wrote it but you can't get rid of the river you can't you can't. you can't make permanent alterations and things just because the inconvenience you have to adapt to a one way or the other I'm a little long here so I must take a brief time out we'll be back and can no I haven't forgot yet let me you'll get back the up there was there was a massive story of misinformation about how your iPhone was suppose we hacked by a bunch of websites and you had no idea and I want to tell you that the story was very very exaggerated will probably did not affect you..

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"rod serling" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

08:27 min | 3 years ago

"rod serling" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Since nineteen Fifty-nine. I've always loved twilight zone run sterling when you walk out and do that. Well, almost something. Like rod Serling, Mark Zicree with us the author of the twilight zone companion. He's a science fiction author television writer screenwriter he has been nominated for several of the industry's awards in here. He is back on coast to coast, Mark, always a pleasure, my friend. How you been really well terrific tonight. What do you think every time you hear that twilight zone? Chevrette goes up my spine. It was like like you. I saw the show when it was on on the air and on the network, and and it was one of the greatest shows ever made. It made me who I am. So it's it's amazing unique wonderful show earlier this week. I have a feature on it's called who's behind the secret door number of guests are on the show. And unlike you tonight, where I know what you I don't know who they are. I have to guess who they are in one of them was Billy movie tricked me, and I didn't get it. Right. But we wanted to talk we talked about you a little bit. And what a great talent, but he was in three twilight zones. Great episodes. He was in. Of course, the desolate. Of course, it's a good life way. Since people the cornfield closure, bad bad, man. Phenomenal plays a tip with Jack Klugman, which is great. And then long distance call which was one of six twilight zone episodes shot on black and white videotape. All the other episodes were shot on thirty five millimeter film. So that's really investing. See how different those those six look and the building was just an amazing accident four he did lost stays. And then I worked with him on Avalon space command the shooting, but he's one of a kind did you ever think when you were youngster that you would be dealing with episodes like the twilight zone and writing about it and doing books on it and things like that. Dreamed of working in television. When I was a kid the writers writing the shows when my heroes assume as a teenager. I started going to science fiction convention in conventions in meeting people like Ray Bradbury and so forth, and they became friends and mentors. So I've been just blessed by George today. I had one of the greatest experience of my life. I shot a scene for space command with Michelle Nicholson Plato Harare on Star Trek. And I met her when I was ten years old and Star Trek was on the air. That's amazing year twilight zone companion that you wrote the first edition that was back in nineteen eighty two or something. Twenty two years old came out in nineteen eighty two it's been ever since. But I I really wanted to do in new addition that would expand upon the book the nudist over one hundred pages of new materials five hundred new photos, and it's it's got links to audio and video season watch. And listen to some great stuff like some of the TV shows soiling fifties. He's also watch new interview with George k and this new interview with rod Jodi, so so the the the ability to do that was what really made me want to write the book. Good for you. And this new addition is out now, it's available from Amazon and Barnes and noble and everywhere. Good books are sold. If you love the twilight zone, you're going to love your twilight zone companions. Sure, that's exciting. What do you think of the new TV twilight zone? Because I really liked Jordan peels movies. I get out. And and we're really in the tradition of what rod Serling was up to. But the first I've seen of of the new twilight zone Syria cities hosting he didn't write a direct those episodes. I felt they were they were not as strong as his movies. Have been was rather disappointed. I'm hoping that continues you'll have much more of a personal stamp on the new twilight zone because of course in the original show. Rod Serling wrote ninety two out of hundred and fifty six episodes and self so it's very much. His show was very strong voice. Rod was inseparable from twilight zone. Well, you know, maybe you can't duplicate that maybe not. But I think Jordan writing and directing the shows and had much hand on them. They would be have that quality. That's made his film, so strong, and we'll see him as the show goes on. That will come to be the case, I'm rooting for it. I'm definitely rooting for. It is this show primarily streamed. It's on CBS all access to subscribe to it just like Star Trek discovery. CBS is basically taking some some of the more successful properties and making new versions that people have to pay to see sort of the new the new wave of televisions being delivered. It is remarkable. What's happening? Let's talk for a moment about that with Netflixing Amazon prime and things like that. Where people are paying premiums every month to be able to watch some premium shows the days of the three networks, I remember that a long time ago, that's gone. It's over now, isn't it? It's it's Donna she there's over five hundred scripted comedy and drama series on all the networks and platforms right now. Possibly know. What shows are on the air that you, and I of course, remember when we were kids that they're only three networks and to watch the show when it was on you couldn't infect Star Trek aired. I was ten years old. I recorded Star Trek on reel to reel audiotape just in case Star Trek ever showed again. So we've come a long way. I remember when originally we just had CBS and NBC pounding each other in the ratings ABC was way, distant third all of a sudden Fred Silverman took over in a BBC started coming up with some incredible programming primarily geared gearing themselves to a younger newer audience and it works for them. Netflix and Amazon time in a lot of these new platforms. They are appealing to younger people. Keep young people have no idea what network or what studio is making giving giving show. So for instance, watching Walking Dead or whatever they may not be aware where where to rigid, and that's that's fine. So it's really deliverable content. And maybe people don't even have TVs watching them on their their tablets on their phones. And so you really have to very new medium very different way of watching television really made really made ABC back in the late. Seventies was when they came out with the roots miniseries mazing show. And again, it's one of those shows that just like game of thrones nowadays, it's one of the shows that everyone was talking about everyone's watching, and it really sees the imagination of the public terrific show. Mark with cable going on. These days is anybody watching the network evening news anymore. I think most people get their news from from the internet or from their phone something things read a little capsule comment and change the days when Walter Cronkite was basically, so the conscience of America, and everyone turned to him to get for instance, when when Walter Cronkite went to Vietnam entered against the war Lyndon Johnson. If we've lost trunk we've lost the war, and that kind of power, you really don't see in these news people in the same way that used to remember back in nineteen sixty three when Cronkite broadcast, John F Kennedy's assassination. I mean in he teared up just unbelievable television. The fun part is those moments that stick with us from then now the younger people are or just anyone who's watching things on their computers tablets authenticity with the creator. And with the personalities often what what gets loyalty with the fans, Dan rather on the show who took Cronkite place on CBS. Now. Of course, he's been retired. Time moves on and it is a different world. If I actually prefer the way media works now, I wouldn't go back to writing for the studios and networks the way it was when I started writing for TV since I was twenty two years old. But I love the way things you don't think it's too much. Well, not for me because my audience gave meal from million dollars space command pilot, and I'm very direct communication with the now, and I love it. Because I went to London to meet with the BBC, and I came out of the underground subway and someone behind me on the street on the sidewalks. I love and and he knew me from. And so that's I love that stuff. We're gonna take a quick break. We will come back and talk about space command, and where you're going with that program and some others. The next hour we opened up the phone lines for all kinds of things about television including twilight zone. One.

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"rod serling" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

02:52 min | 3 years ago

"rod serling" Discussed on Double Toasted

"One of your favorite episodes absolute. So it's like, I can't tell you how excited I am for the twilight zone to be back in a relevant way. They brought it back in the early two thousands. But the creative team. Really wasn't up to snuff. It. Seems like Jordan Peele such a love and reverence for this. And in fact, his new movie that comes out March is influenced very much by twilight zone episodes. So I think it's awesome. I think it's relevant. I think we live in this weird bizarro world that Trump's president. So so I think we need this show is right. It's it's time for the twilights on the cutback. Yeah. I agree. Seeing Jordan Peele act as host and narrator also gets me really excited. Breaking what would that be that like breaking fifth dimension? Right. Right. Yeah. Yeah. Okay. I don't know. But anyway, that's going to be really cool to the kind of see him play that role. Because I always thought the host, and narrator was always the extra thing that may twilight zone more fascinating. I mean, listen beauty's in the eye of the beholder. But I always love I don't know where this neighbor comes at the end of the episode and be like what the fuck A. Rod Serling has like walked out of so many bathrooms stalls in the middle of Syria seat. Just like what's up, sir? It's fucking message for you. I of can't wait how they're going to do it just like a fucking smoke smoke bomb. Like Batman in George feels. They are narrating. Yes. So this gets me super excited again. I'm kind of curious to see what Jordan Peele take is on the current stories taking tell us. It's crazy. We I mean black mirror is this modern day version of twilight zone, so before we switch topics. How do you think Jordan Peele can make it can separate itself from black mirror because I felt like that is the perfect twilight zone. Everyone should be watching right now because of its messaging, and where we are as a society with technology. So so where do you think Jordan peels approach can go with the twilight zone, it would it be more beauties the eye of the beholder type thing or you think you might do more horror stuff with this. Well, sure, even that upset it's one that I really love like, yeah. The name of the episode is kind of like what it's about beyond that it's about the different races. Right. Like, it's always been a social commentary. And I think that that's kind of what black mirror is great as it is saying one thing over and over technology bad or sometimes good if you're saying payroll, but like other than that, it's kind of on message. It doesn't use its primis to dissect any like. Commentary the way like you'd Star Trek did right like they're famous for doing that. I in original kiss on television ever was on Star Trek. But rod Serling also not immune to that. In a lot of twilight zone early on was talking about really, really important cultural issues. So I think that how you separate as you can give it a SCI fi twist. But you know, you try to explore contemporary issues that we're having as a society mending that's the best way to do it..

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Jordan Peele to Host His ‘Twilight Zone’ Revival: Hear Him Do Rod Serling’s Iconic Intro (Video)

Donna and Steve

00:31 sec | 4 years ago

Jordan Peele to Host His ‘Twilight Zone’ Revival: Hear Him Do Rod Serling’s Iconic Intro (Video)

"CBS announced today that Jordan Peele will serve as the host and narrator of the twilight zone revival of the classic science fiction and Thalji that he is producing with CBS television studios for CBS all access peel steps into the on camera. Roll Virginia twilight zone created rod sterling who introduced the provided narration for episodes of the series during its nine thousand nine hundred fifty nine to nine hundred sixty four run the show will be released sometime next year. He's super talented

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