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"sally jessy raphael" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Hammered today, Brian. I don't know how you feel about the passing of Rush Limbaugh. What Your relationship was with him is as a listener. I remember being a kid in him being on in the background. My parents listen to him a lot. Yeah. Have. I didn't really have understand the substance of what he was saying. When I was a kid. I did find it so incredibly fascinating that it was one single guy in a tiny little room. Just talking for three hours. What did you think when? When Rush passed away? Yeah, I was upset because I actually had an encounter with rush years ago, when I was working at Premiere radio Networks and You know, we were all very nervous. The Rush Limbaugh was coming in that week. He was doing his show from the West Coast for a week, and it went to black out all the windows and take out all the smoke detectors for the cigars. And, you know, I had just a brief moment to meet him, and he was very warm, very pleasant. Just not at all what I was expecting. And you know my first exposure to Rush Limbaugh was seeing the billboards in the nineties that would have these really outlandish statements like animals have no rights, And I would see that and thinking Who's this guy? That was a little rough, you know? And then, as I got older, I kind of caught on. And so I've been listening to him society but in middle school this year, so to hear him, Yo, hear that he was sick and then that he's passed away. It's just heartbreaking. Yeah, let's bring on. Let's go to the drive you blur dot com hotline and bring on a gentleman that was actually Russell involves program director in Sacramento in the mid eighties. Just before the show in National Tyler Cox is joining us. Hey, Tyler, How are you doing doing Well, so I gather I'm speaking to two of the original rush babies that Z. Our brains were full of mush. Uh, except I'm still is. So you said Tyler, you spent more than 40 years and radio you were Russia's I mean, you're his boss and kfbk in Sacramento in the mid eighties that I get that right? Yes, that's right. I went to work. A cave became back in the middle of 85. Rush was already there. He preceded me by a few months. I went into the news director and a few months later took over the title of program director. So at that point, I became Russia's manager, and we just had a great time he was, you know, you're describing Brian's him being very gracious and all of that, and that's the guy I got to know. Behind the scenes. His his death was right outside my office. Oddly enough, right in the middle of the newsroom, where, Of course, you know he was very comfortable, not but but he had a great working relationship with his co workers, hey was well regarded. Cordial, um private individuals. He didn't. He didn't take part of the after office hours, uh, minutes to the local watering hold, but but he was clearly clearly a force to be reckoned with their in Sacramento. He came in. He replaced the previous tacos. Had a bit of a controversial background. His name was Morton Downey Jr. Oh, my goodness. Wow! Yeah, yeah. Russia Russia place more than Cassie K. And the rest, as they say is history, right? Seemed probably like a breath of fresh air and almost something like compared to Morton Downey Jr did did Rush really know? From the beginning where he was going with this? Did he kind of have his eye on the prize and national syndication from the beginning. I would. I have no idea that would require me to be a mind reader, and I'm certainly not that I don't know that anyone could have conceived. The thought of what becoming a national talk show host of that magnitude would need Gotta keep in mind guys in the mid eighties, the idea of national syndicated talk radio centered around Larry King overnight. Sally Jessy Raphael doing a lovelorn advice at night and Bruce believes talking about your money. Yes, that was there was no one doing what he did on the national level. He took Sacramento by storm. It just was amazing, Runaway hit and his his success. Came to the attention of a fellow named Ed McLachlan head had at one time been president of ABC radio and had retired, then went off to start his own FM media company and and rush came to his attention is this Great success in Sacramento. At that time, ABC was trying to venture into the daytime syndicated talk world. They had a line of of the various host, none of them doing what Russia did, but it wasn't working, and ABC was starting to dial it back. So as one show would drop away. Here was a two hour window that was created. And Ed's on opportunity to provide ABC this content that he would he have a media company with own not owned by ABC. But it was sort of slipped into this two hour window noodle to Eastern time that from from Winston all grew That started in July of 88 Funny personal aside for me, is that Russian? I flew out of Sacramento the same day him an hour before me to go Toe New York to start this network that none of us thought I had a chance. And and I flew off to Boston for the big job at WBZ, which blew up a year and a half later, so he did pretty well. So you Tyler Tyler Cox was Russia's program director in the mid eighties, right before his show in National Did you have daily meetings with rush and decide what we're gonna talk about? I mean, doing prep for a three hour talk show is quite different. And imagine back in the eighties that it is today. I don't know where I'd be without the Internet. I mean, how did Did you guys have discussions every down where the show would go? What you talk about? Would you get have him? Would you hand him newspaper articles? And would you? I mean, how did all that work back then? Much simpler than you think. First of all, I don't pretend never have pretended to have enough knowledge of the issues of the day to tell Rush what he should or shouldn't talk about. It was the Rush Limbaugh show. But no, his show profit and you hit the nail on the head. Pre Internet days He went on the air nine each morning kfbk. He get to the office around 666 30 somewhere in there after making a stop at a newspaper stand. Sacrament of the pick up a copy of the L A Times New York Times Washington Post Sandwiches who chronicled all the big major markets newspapers and he would sit in his desk with a razor blade and slice out articles. And he would head into the studio with this pile of newsprint, which he later started referring to as the stack of stuff. You've probably heard them friends. That's where the stack of stuff got started, and he went into the studio so well versed. Uh, that he was prepared and sometimes wood, and obviously we heard that in later years, he going hour hour and a half before taking a phone call because he absorbing information gonna remember that realize that that rush her up in a family where dinner table discussions in the evening centered around the issues of the day. Yeah, the grandfather and his dad being from the legal background. They talk about these issues and rush absorbed that from our early age, and that's that's why he was who he wants. And I think another part of his success in this is just the radio guy and me. I kind of see what he was able to do is to take a very complicated political issue, The ends and the outs And what have youse And dwindling down into something that you could easily explain to the common man on the street to Joe Six packs. Hey, was able to do that. In a way. He was an explainer. Well, Tyler, I your humble guy, But you were there from the beginning. It sounds like with with Russia or at least the last two years. I was there earlier. I was there at the beginning. You know, the guy who deserves the credit for putting him on the air. There is a gentleman by the name of Paul Erin. Okay, who was the general manager of Deputy of KFBK? And and he found Rush and then Kansas City, and he had a problem. He had to replace Morton Downey Jr..
"sally jessy raphael" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Have understand this. Substance of what he was saying. When I was a kid, I did find it so incredibly fascinating that it was one single guy in a tiny little room. Just talking for three hours. What did you think? When? When rushed passed away? Yeah, I was upset because I actually had an encounter with rush years ago when I was working at premiere radio networks, and you know, we were all very nervous. The Rush Limbaugh was coming in that week. He was doing his show from the West Coast for a week, and it went to black out all the windows and take out all the smoke detectors for the cigar. Person and, you know, I had just a brief moment to meet him, and he was very warm, very pleasant. Just not at all what I was expecting. And you know my first exposure to Rush Limbaugh was seen the billboards in the nineties that would have these really outlandish statements like animals have no rights, and I would see that and think. Who is this guy that that's a little rough, you know, And then, as I got older, I kind of caught on and so I've been listening to him society But in middle school, this C U S O to hear him. Yo, hear that He was sick and then that he's passed away. It's just Heartbreaking. Yeah, let's bring on. Let's go to the drive you blur dot com hotline and bring on a gentleman that was actually Rush Limbaugh's program director in Sacramento in the mid eighties, just before the show in National Tyler Cox is joining us. Hey, Tyler, how are you doing doing Well, so I gather I'm speaking to two of the original rush babies that Z Our brains were full of mush. Yeah, except I'm still is. So you said Tyler, you Spent more than 40 years in radio. You were Russia's. I mean, you're his boss and kfbk in Sacramento in the mid eighties that I get that right? Yes, that's right. I went to work. A cave became back in the middle of 85. Rush was already there. He preceded me. By a few months I went into the news director and a few months later look over the title of program director. So at that point, I became Russia's manager, and we just had a great time he was, you know, you were describing Brian's him being very gracious and all of that, and that's the guy I got to know. Behind the scenes. His his death was right outside my office. Oddly enough, right in the middle of the newsroom, where, Of course, you know he was very comfortable not but but but he had a great working relationship with his co workers, hey was well regarded. Cordial. Um ah, Private individual. He didn't. He didn't take part of the after office hours, uh, minutes to the local watering hold, but but he was clearly clearly a force to be reckoned with their in Sacramento. He he came in. He replaced the previous tacos. Not a bit of a controversial background. His name was Morton Downey Jr. Oh, my goodness. Wow! Yeah, yeah. Russia Russia place more than Cassie K. And the rest, as they say, is history. What's the rush seemed probably like a breath of fresh air and almost something like compared to Morton Downey Jr did did Rush really know? From the beginning where he was going with this? Did he kind of have his eye on the prize and national syndication from the beginning. I would. I have no idea that would require me to be a mind reader, and I'm certainly not that I don't know that anyone could have conceived the thought of what becoming a national talk show host of that magnitude would mean Gotta keep in mind guys in the mid eighties, the idea of national syndicated talk radio centered around Larry King overnight. Sally Jessy Raphael doing lovelorn advice at night and Bruce believes talking about your money. Yeah, that was there was no one doing what he did on the national level. He took Sacramento by storm. It just was amazing, Runaway hit and his his success. Came to the attention of a fellow named Ed McLachlan head had one time been president of ABC radio and had retired and went off to start his own DFM Media company and and rush came to his attention is this Great success in Sacramento. At that time, ABC was trying to venture into the daytime syndicated talk world. They had a line of of the various host, none of them doing what Russia did, but it wasn't working, and ABC was starting to dial it back. So as one show would drop away. Here was a two hour window that was created. And Ed's on opportunity to provide ABC this content that hey, would he have a media company with no not owned by ABC, But it was sort of slipped into this two hour window noodle to Eastern time that from from Winston all group That started in July of 88 Funny personal aside for me, is that Russian? I flew out of Sacramento the same day him an hour before me to go Toe New York to start this network that none of us thought dad a chance on by flew off to Boston for the big job WBZ, which blew up a year and a half later, so he did pretty well for you. Tyler Tyler Cox was Russia's program director in the mid eighties, right before his show in National Did you have daily meetings with rush and decide what you're gonna talk about? I mean, doing prep for a three hour talk show is quite different. And imagine back in the eighties that it is today. I don't know where I'd be without the Internet. I mean, how did Did you guys have discussions every down where the show would go? What you talk about? Would you have him? Would you hand him newspaper articles? And would you? I mean, how did all that work back then? Much simpler than you think. First of all, I don't pretend never have pretended to have enough knowledge of the issues of the day to tell Rush what he should or shouldn't talk about. It was a rush Limbaugh shout. I know his show. Prep it and you hit the nail on the head. Pre Internet days He went on the air nine. Each morning kfbk. He get to the office around 666 30 somewhere in there after making a stop at a newspaper stand in Sacramento, the pick up a copy of the L A Times New York Times Washington Post Sandwich, The Smoke Chronicle all the big Major market newspapers and he would sit in his desk with a razor blade and slice out articles. And he would head into the studio with this pile of newsprint, which he later started referring to as the stack of stuff you've probably heard them from. That's where the stack of stuff got started, and he went to the studio so well versed. Ah, that he was prepared and sometimes wood, and obviously we heard that in later years, he going hour hour and a half before taking a phone call because he absorbed the information. Gonna remember that realize that that rush her up in a family where dinner table discussions in the evening centered around the issues of the day. His grandfather and his dad being from the legal background. They talked about these issues and rush absorbed that from our early age, and that's that's why he was who he wants. Another part of his success in this is just the radio guy and me. I kind of see what he was able to do is to take a very complicated political issue, the ends and the outs. And what have youse And dwindling down into something that you could easily explain to the common man on the street. The Joe six packs hey, was able to do that. In a way he was an explainer. And and he was able to do that in an entertaining fashion. You think that was part of his success? That was he doing that at that time? Well, he was definitely an entertainer. You gotta also remember that Prior to becoming the talk show. I come that he became Rush Limbaugh was known as Jeff Christy, the rock and Roll DJ in Pittsburgh. Go on Google and look up, Jeff Christy and you hear you'll hear Rush Limbaugh. You'll hear that voice. You hear that pattern? You'll hear that intensity. You'll hear references. Talent on loan from God. I mean, some of those phrases that transcended the talk show over the years began. As Jeff Christy their rock and roll this new hockey in Pittsburgh, he said he brought a sense of entertainment value to the show..
"sally jessy raphael" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"And I want to set up the rest of the night show if I can, because I think it's spectacular to honor the life and the legacy of the career of the greatest of all time. That being of course. Rush Limbaugh. There might be argument about who's the greatest football player of all time. Until recently, I thought it might have been Jim Brown and Jerry Rice turns out to be Tom Brady. Right. His basketball player of all time. I thought it was Oscar Roberts and then I thought I was cream of Bill Jabbar and I thought I was Larry Bird. Now there's arguments about whether LeBron James is the greatest basketball player of all time. I'm still going with Larry Bird slash cream Abdul Jabbar Right. His TV personality of all time I'm going with Johnny Carson added almost 30 years, But when it comes to the to the greatest radio personality of all time, you might have a dispute. Between Arthur Godfrey. Maybe Larry King, but not all Think So. Paul Harvey. Good day, maybe Paul Harvey. But I'm going with Rush Limbaugh because he saved AM radio. In the late 19 eighties, when he began in July of 1988. By that point, yours truly had been in radio for five years. I was hard by Randy Michaels in the summer of 1983 on a temporary basis. I was a practicing attorney. I've been in the attorney general of Ohio office for about seven years still was in the office and I was on at night. And at nighttime. It was Larry King, mainly A little bit of Sally Jessy Raphael and a little bit of overnight truckers. And at that point, even the truck and Bozo did not exist yet and radio in Cincinnati and at that point we were told between 1983 in 1988. Those five years. One thing you can't do in this business is talk about politics. Stay clear of politics because of the quote, fairness doctrine. So whatever you said, or any guess you had on you had to present every other viewpoint. You didn't wanna deal with the administrative headache so Randy Michaels and other said, Don't talk about politics. And then this bright star came on the horizon. Rush Limbaugh, who had failed and every radio job imaginable until July and August of 1988. When a small group of people Ed McLaughlin and a guy named Crane coming up later and some other said, You know what we think this guy might work, and at that point he was working at taking the place of Morton Downey Jr. At a small F AM radio station in Sacramento, in which he succeeded only KFBK. In fact, he took the place of Morton Downey Jr Rush Limbaugh did Inhuman, his eyes act, But it wasn't an act. You really believed it. But he knew what worked that wonderful voice that golden microphone in so many of us sayings and then a small group of people in New York City said, Why don't we try him nationally, which at that point had never been tried before? And so Stuart Crane and some others got together. Add McLaughlin, John Ashton and other said, Let's try it he launched with like 60 stations in July 1st of August of 1988 during the waning days of the Reagan administration. And at that point it was am radio wasn't dying. It was dead. There were am stations being sold for a zero Nobody wanted to buy an AM station because FM radio was the thing. It was the music things of that character. All the morning shows the morning zoos they took off, and so nobody had that no one was smart enough to understand. Including Stuart Crane is coming up later about how important the decision they made by launching Rush Limbaugh and he came New York City and the rest shall we say is history. It was an incredible journey and along the way, help so many directly and indirectly whether it's Mark Levin, Sean Hannity, everyone who came in contact with my the honor for a week to pinch hit for rush back in 2001. And at that point, God knows in 2000 and one when he developed his hearing difficulties. At that point, it was the situation where this guy was in full fight and full fury of what he had done what he accomplished. Based upon all the failures that he had began in 1971 and radio went by various different names, and by that point to am radio was dominant. By the time 88 rolled around, it was dead. And the number of AM stations in the country. Hundreds of them that survived only because of Rush Limbaugh at this point our legend, so let's set up the rest of tonight show and it's good to hear from my friend Sean Hannity. Been my friend for 25 or 30 years. And in fact, this show as your host began about 15 16 years ago because of one person that person was Sean Hannity. I was out to Sean Hannity conference with conference concert with Montgomery Gentry and, uh, he and Sean Compton and gotten a text. And Matt Drudge was done doing the Sunday night show. And Matt Drudge continues to be an eclectic personality whose website maybe is going a little bit moderate, honest but nonetheless and I'm standing there with Sean Hannity and he says the one of the guys running clear channel at the time wanted you elect Bill cutting him do it. I'm standing there and I said What? I'm not doing much on Sunday night 10 p.m. the one hand Didn't sleeping. I said, I'll do it. 15 or 16. Years later, I'm still here. I feel like Pappy on with Steve McQueen on the coconuts. I'm still here. I'm still here, and we continue so how the chain continues from one to the other. But for Rush Limbaugh is you just heard from Sean Hannity? It is doubtful that Sean Hannity would have existed the way of course, Shawn hand and exist today and right now. Sean Hannity. And Mark Levin. And, to a lesser extent, Michael Savage are the Kings of talk radio today and to them rest of burdens of carrying forward so coming up and several minutes will be a Randy Michaels. Who was a person who recognized Rush Limbaugh's talent in the mid 19 nineties, and he bought the show from the originator Stuart Crane. Stuart Crane is coming up in about 45 minutes or so. He was the producer director. He launched the show. Along with that Laughlin, John Ashton Back in 1988. We're gonna talk to both about the cancel culture, whether or not someone like Rush Limbaugh could even exist today. Would Rush Limbaugh with this parodies. Former Nazis is comments about Freddie Mercury, which I think in history's I were somewhat in temperate but nonetheless would radio stations stand behind. Explosive personalities on the cutting edge of societal evolution and protect them the way Rush Limbaugh and many of us were protected in the 19 nineties and beyond. And then so we got Randy Michaels coming up about the life and times of Rush Limbaugh and also later on, of course, will be Stuart Crane. We watched him doing many interviews, including on news nation and elsewhere. About how rush law what Rush Limbaugh began and how he succeeded. Also later on, we're gonna spend the first two hours of tonight show as we have for the past hour almost on Rush Limbaugh what he's meant to talk radio and the success of President Donald Trump. He said something several months ago to the president. Rush said that I'll be here as long as you're here. And seemingly on January the 20th. Course. Donald Trump left office and third about 30. Days later, Rush Limbaugh left for his reward in the sky. If aligned and later on also is going to Steve Gorm and also David Ray on issues about what's happening in Texas, and.
"sally jessy raphael" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"And so ugly that it got a lot of press I was talking about, you know, they accused you of what spitting on the on the vegetables or something, Yes, pretty wild vegetables and taking bites out of cookies and putting them back. The media attention was soon focused on Ryan, who went to Italy to speak about his experiences. He began appearing on talk shows, so I made The point of going to Ryan at the end of the show and giving him a kiss and hugging a Sally Jessy Raphael in an interview with the television academy. A lot of people were scared for me. They thought, Oh, my, she's going to get AIDS. The education sports Fear. Jenny White Gander remembers the first celebrity to befriend Ryan was diver Greg Louganis. He was the first person and then When we went to the end far benefit in New York by amfAR. Ryan went on TV on Good Morning America and David Hartman asked him, he said Ryan White. Who are you looking forward to meeting at the state benefits, and Ryan said meeting Elton John. Definitely And I was I was kind of stretch shocked at that because I had not ever heard him say that. I mean, I like Elton's music, but I thought that was a little weird, You know, And that's why we even when I speak, I say, Oh, make sure people you don't ever judge somebody because they might in the end up being your best friend in the whole world like Elton was also became friends with fellow Hoosier Michael Jackson.
"sally jessy raphael" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Whoa! Thank you. Thank you very much. Not the typical opening to the radio broadcast. No, that was the television version of the Rush Limbaugh show. It began airing in 1992. That's right. There was a TV version of the Rush Limbaugh program. Let's talk to a guy who worked as a part of that. Bryan Doherty is a former producer for the Rush Limbaugh. TV program. Brian. Good Morning. Great to have you with us this morning. Thank you. Morning, Vince. Thanks for inviting me and Good morning, Beverly. How are you? I'm good. It's good to hear your voice. Brian Brian, what's What's it like? Just hearing the news yesterday about the death of rush and what he meant to you, and to so many Well, it's a real gut punch because you know, I started in 1992 working for the show, and my brother still works for the radio show for the website. He's been there. I think the 21 years Um, So Russia's a member of our family, Really? I don't see rush. You know very often, but he's very private person. But you know when we're having our family dinners, whatever work, he's just part of the conversation. All the time s Oh yes, There was a really tough day, but also a nice day, too. You know, Remember, this great person is very, very great man. And a lot of people have been talking about rush. The man who he was now when he did the TV show. He's Of course, working with more individuals. More staff is required for a TV ship show than a radio show. What was he like? Is he interacted with his producers? The crew on the floor? Would most people say they enjoyed working with him? Oh, yeah, Absolutely. The show was like started by Roger Ailes and the senior producer was Dick Minster who also had about 20 years working for Phil Donahue as his executive producer. So, yes, he had some real, you know, heavy hitters behind them, and the show quickly like became very popular, oftentimes number one beating out Letterman and Leno. This is like the days after Johnny Carson, give up the seat. And, uh, like Sally Jessy Raphael was taped in the same building as rush. And when they made those giant portrait, you know of rush where you put them in the lobby. Somebody put the picture right next to Sally Jessy Raphael. And she couldn't stand rush. So like, you know, she threw a big fit about it. They eventually I think moved the photograph to the other side. The other side of the hallway and He'd also detested his cigar smoking. We kind of liked it because it was almost like the signal that Russia had arrived at the studio like you just smell the cigar smoke through the hallways joining up Russia's here, But he worked, You know, three hours on the radio show, And then we would just you know that That was the days before the Internet. We have like Prodigy, I think On glee would fax Kit Carson, Russia's chief of staff at the time, he's unfortunately passed away, also by cancer several years ago. He was a great guy like, you know, just red headed, you know? Really tall, lanky Guy War T shirt, blue jeans, and he was the call screener and did everything for rush and so he would sacks back and forth like ideas or what Russia was going to talk about on the video, Joe We try to incorporate that into the TV show. And then after the show ended, rush would jump into a car and drive from W M A L all the way to Unit tell, which is on 57th and 10th Avenue in Manhattan. And he run in there. We do these meetings and the meetings would be very fast. And very professional and also fun. And I thought that all TV was going to be like that. You know, afterwards, and it wasn't It really wasn't because he was he was Uh, he he was an easy person to work for. You know, if you have it as long as you did your job on. Do you know what I would do like man on the street interviews, and he would Look at the man on the street. We'd be showing them on, like three quarter inch video tape, you know? And he would say. Well, did anyone say ex? You know, and I would look through my notes. Oh, yes, they did. Well, why don't you replace the third person with you know that response And I'm like, How the hell does he know that? I mean, you only saw one time I came up with the question. I went and shot it. And I loved it and end it, And I don't remember it as well as he does from the first time is lightning lightning quick analytical skills. So Brian working you mentioned somebody else's name is really important. I think to the state of the media. Now it's Roger Ailes, who was the executive producer of that show. So Ales End Limbaugh. Working together. What was that like to be at the epicenter of those two guys? It was really something. I mean, Roger was also the president of CNBC and America's talking like at the same time. And so he was driving over. Also from work like They're shooting in, You know, in the limousine and coming over, and when he was at the meetings that meant that the meeting was going to be longer than normal because he was going to regale you with Stories of Richard Nixon, or, you know stories of working for Was Merv Griffin..
"sally jessy raphael" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"Cox. The one time I tried to give Russia advice was lost in the first one ever do. This was to say, you ever thought of putting guests on the show. And, of course, he would have nothing to do with that. And he was very cordial about it just looked the worst Limbaugh show. It's about me and my opinions and the callers. Why would I screw it up with guests? Yeah. People don't understand that. At that time, there was no such thing is what you know of Rush and and and Glenn Beck and Hannity. All these guys came along because of ground that rush broke that was unimaginable in the mid eighties. Absolutely. He created the younger attack that time talk radio is personified by Larry King in the middle of the night, Bruce Williams doing financial advice and Jack Sally Jessy Raphael giving heart advice at night. That was That was what talk right here was about Yes, there were people like, you know the British Michael Jackson down in L, A and other people like that, but they weren't doing anything. Anything close to what Rush was doing that was coming on the air and having a conversation with his audience that in which rush was the star, and that wasn't ego driven. That was just him having an innate sense of who he Woz. What he brought to the table entertainment value parodies funny bits, but all centered around the issues of the day that he held very firm. Strong and real convictions about never be replaced. I mean, is there anyone who will be able to fill his chair? Never. You know, there are thousands of very talented people who who do what you guys do and do talk shows all across the country. Nobody You ever have the impact that he did because he created He created the genre. He created the idea of getting on the air and expect 1000 a point of view and engaging with the audience and You know, that's no disrespect anybody doing it, but nobody could tell that boy ever And I want to. I want to share. I don't remember if you were there at the time. I think you were You remember the Slim Whitman bit? I was telling somebody that story yesterday. Do you have it? No, but I don't remember what started it. But he did this for days on end, where he said that they had had reports that that the devil was being heard in the in the grooves of the Slim Whitman song, Paloma Blanca if you played it backward backward, but that was because there was a pastor in Ohio. Who made that claim. Right. That's what that's what, don right. Our production director and Rush created that thing. It was just didn't remember what so far the devil set. That was the Devil said in the recording. Yeah, I remember. I remember him saying or your This was his old bills a bottle of beer in the grooves of the Slim Whitman's, and it was amazing how many people took that seriously? Well and then is the bit in the woods. Tell me where did you find the record player? That would play a record backwards? Yes. Rush Limbaugh was 70 when he died at his Florida home from complications related to lung cancer. Nobody baby news time is coming up on 6 27 will check our traffic and weather and then more news and sports of the day with Dennis Martin. The.
"sally jessy raphael" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Victor and Silver Spring has been on hold for a very long time. I appreciate your patience, Victor. Welcome to the show. Thank you. One of the funniest things rush ever did was the collar abortion, where he played a vacuum cleaner, followed by a woman screaming. And that's how he ended some phone calls that he didn't like Yes, and then the next day he would get on and hey, said, I called the phone company. I want to know when a telephone call is conceived and asked the whole bunch of questions. Um people always talk about the old days. Victor and you know how things were when this industry started or whatever would rush everything he did was was pioneering parody hits some Mrs Mostly hits, but yeah, it was It was amazing the broad nature of what he did and was able to do and was willing to do. I'm sure that people had some similar ideas at various points in their lifetime. But If they would never do it it talk about it during the commercial break, but they'd never do it because they didn't have the guts to do it. Brush had the guts to do it. Well, I am so glad he was part of my life. Um, I chose him him over my ex who divorced me because of him. And now I have a ditto head, girlfriend or fiancee. And we both listen to Russian conservative talk radio. Well, thank you, Victor, and it sounds like you came out ahead in the deal. Appreciate the phone call. Now you sit there and you go. How do you Replace Rush Limbaugh. You don't replace Anybody. You can't replace anybody. But you certainly can't replace Rush Limbaugh. He he did. Everything first, and he did everything better than everybody else. You don't even try to replace that You'd be foolish to try to replace that. So you're just take the lessons learned and you go on from there? I wouldn't be doing this job if I didn't listen to Rush Limbaugh. There was before rush. There was boring and, for God sakes in the 19 eighties Sally Jessy Raphael. Had a talk show that was talk radio back in the eighties. There was somebody called Bruce Williams. It was financial talk. Here I am is young kid, but I preferred talk radio to music. Mostly because the music I you know, I thought was terrible's hair bands and things like that. I would listen to things that weren't on the radio. Luckily and I grew up near Canada so I could listen to the CB. See at night. And they were made would play some cool indie rock, but otherwise it was. Do you wanna listen to poison or Motley Crue? Or do you want to listen to somebody talk and maybe learn something, and that was always more interesting to me, but It wasn't entertaining. It was interesting. It wasn't entertaining. People's problems calling up to Sally Jessy Raphael. It's weird to say that people's problems were interesting, but they were they have listened to that sort of stuff helps you with problem solving. And things like that and hearing somebody else's problems. If you ever come across a problem like that, maybe helps you deal with it because it helps you rationalize. It's much easier to be Not emotionally overwhelmed when dealing with somebody else's problems. When hearing somebody else's problem that lets you know that other problems you're not alone in the world, too. Bruce Williams. As giving financial advice. I didn't have two dimes to rub together, but it was interesting to hear what he had to say, anyway. Then rush came along. It was interesting to hear what he'd said. I'd always loved the news. I'd always loved information, but Listeningto Tom Brokaw on Peter Jennings and Dan Rather deliver information nightly was Yeah, but you didn't go. Oh, I got to see what Tom Brokaw has to say. It was boring. It was a resuscitation of news with this vaguely Canadian accent of Richard there, the president of the United States of Love a blubber blubber boo ba bla. Okay. You learn something, but you're bored to tears. Your clock Watch. Then along comes rush. And you're learning. You're learning about a lot more than Tom Brokaw would bother to tell you You're also laughing. You're being entertained. You're all of those things together. It was fun. It was an insider's club. I had friends in high school who one of them sadly turned out to be a big time live, but he went and saw the They saw Russia. Some tour think it might have even been a rush to excellence tour. But we all would listen to rush when we're in the car. We think high school students driving around listening to rush listening to talk radio in the middle of the day, skipping school or Even after we graduated or in the summer, driving around 16 17 year olds listening to talk radio. It wasn't as though we're listening to any talk radio when we're in the car together, usually somebody else's car and they were controlling the radio and they would listen to music. Except from Noon to three was rushed time. That was different than anything that came before. It's different from anything that came after. It's there a lot of people in this business with incredibly wild egos and delusions of grandeur. But by all accounts, rush did not have the ego. He knew the talent unloading from God. What he was doing was special and rare, and he never took it for granted. It was eternally grateful to be able to do. It is incredibly grateful for the use of the loan of your ears to him. All the time. Every day, you could hear it. He wasn't condescending to his office audience. He listened to the callers, he engaged with them. It, indulge them. Open line. Friday is nothing if not a complete indulgence of the audience. Out of appreciation. Not out of condescension. Okay, This is your show, too. Whatever you want to talk about. It didn't matter. Call up in. Ask him about what he thought of the latest iPhone or what they think loved apple stuff. Always talked about apple stuff. What do you think about this sports team or whatever and He would engage with you. No, I never heard him say we're not really talking about that, or I don't really like that. Or that this is of no interest to me, even if the topic wasn't of interest to him. The audience was of interest to him. The caller was of interest to him. So if it was a topic he wasn't interested in. He was interested in why it was of interest to the person calling up. That's not an easy skill to have That's a tough thing to come up with when you're sitting there and somebody's talking to you about something you know nothing about or care, not a whit about. He did that for 32 years. 32 years and, yes, Ultimately, 32 years is not enough. But 32 years is better than 31 years. Better than 30 years. Everybody's time on this planet is finite. So be grateful for the time we did have And take the ball and keep marching forward. Think Russia be the first person to tell you that. So, yes, Rush Limbaugh is gone. The ideas that Rush Limbaugh espoused are not. They will live on and we will fight on for them. Thank you for listening. Thank you. Rush. For being will be back here tomorrow. Have a great day. We'll all Riley here Thursday, February 18th 2021. You are listening to the O'Reilly update. Here's what's happening across our nation. Legendary broadcaster Rush Limbaugh dies from lung cancer Covert cases decline all across the country burglaries in San Francisco jump 62%..
"sally jessy raphael" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"The headline of the article. First Son dimming Experiment will test away to cool the Earth. As soon as I saw that, and that was from 2018. I immediately thought of rush and I well, I think I remember him even discussing it because he would take a story like that. The first son dimming experiment will test away to cool the earth. He would dissect it. He would take it apart, Piece by piece, and in the end, you would not only learn something, but you would have laughed along the way. And he would have enlightened you in some way, shape or form that you came to expect. I a man that we I think it's safe to say we owe a debt of gratitude to in large part for the story of Rush Limbaugh. Tyler Cox was the program director. The big cheese as it were at Kfbk back in 1985. Kfbk up in Sacramento rushes adopted hometown Tyler, How are you? Uh, said that it's a very difficult day for all of us who who admired and respected what rush brought to our industry when I heard it this morning. On. I got it. I found out about it in a text and listen to Katherine's message. There was all I could do to hold it together. And for a man I never met. And that's the amazing thing you hired Rush in 85 to replace of all people. Morton Downey Jr. Well, do you set the record straight? I did not hire him of Russia is already at the station for about three or four months. When I arrived in 85 already take the credit. It's right. No, no, no, no, I'm not because I'll tell you. There are other people who have tried to put that credit on me and others. And I'm gonna tell you that the guy who is responsible for setting rush on the path that got him to where he where he finished a gentleman by the name of Paul Erin. Who was the general manager of Kfbk and 85. He heard rush doing a program in Kansas City before doing a talk show in Kansas City. Rush, of course, was Noah's Jeff Christy. They rock and Roll D. J. And so Paul hired hired rush to come to kfbk in Sacramento in the early part of 85. I got there and in July of 85 had the great pleasure of working beside him for the next three years. Then many, many years later, I had the great pleasure of Putting him on this very radio station. W b a P Back in 1992 when I was programming there. The thing that was amazing about rushes was his work ethic. You know, I I get to the office. 7 38 o'clock. He had nine o'clock show. He was there. Six and he had stopped at a newspaper stand in Sacramento when picked up copies of The Los Angeles Times Washington Post New York Times. Summer Social Chronicle All those mainstream media people that he came to criticize over the course of many years on he would send his desk and with a razor blade start clipping out articles. And he would get to the studio with that pile of newspaper print, which came to be called as he dubbed it the stack of stuff and he held court. He would he would do sometimes the first hour. Hour and a half of him talking about the news of the day, which is what we also heard him do on on his national show. The one thing I can only thing I could take credit for is not screwing him up because I want time called a minute. So you know, maybe you ought to have some guests from time to time. And he says No, it's the Rush Limbaugh Show It's about me. My opinions and opinions of the collars. You know what Okay, You're right, go back going to it so that that really is all I could do any program director who tells you that they made rush, who is in line Because Rush Rush was his own creation, his own here thorough understanding of what he was about, and he changed the face of AM radio in this country. You know when? When he left in 88 to start the network that we all kinda like. Yeah, sure that's gonna work. Um on been two years and built this, you know, amazing machine. Was about a year after that, that the National Association of Broadcasters that big meeting there in Dallas and they had a meeting with the station managers and owners of the Russian in Boston. Get carried the Limbaugh show. I think at that point there were about 500 stations. And they lauded this. I'll never forget this one fellow from I think it was shy in Wilding, but I could be wrong. But it was a community that size stood up and said you, Rush Limbaugh saved AM radio. And and and it's true. You know, the little audio montages tribute you had just before you began, though, Rick show today, you know, said it very well, um, before rush. The identification of what talk Radio Woz Woz, Larry King at night. Sally Jessy Raphael doing advice and Bruce Williams doing money, talk talk now and then talk that exactly And not many people remember that name talk that I remember Bruce Williams would play a solitary You could hear him in the background rippling through the cards as he spoke. So when Rush started this daytime syndicated talk show everyone was sort of skeptical, hey, was filling a void in the middle of what was known by then. At that point is the ABC talk radio network, which ultimately failed. But the one thing that worked was rush and Every every talk show host doing this today. Was a debt of gratitude to the lane that was laid by rush. Absolutely I had. And, uh, as the program director on for those of you who are listening? Uh, don't know what an air check meeting is. It is a ah feared period of time. That last anywhere from 10 minutes to 30 minutes where you sit down with a, uh,.
"sally jessy raphael" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"It was so vocal and so ugly that it got a lot of press I was talking about, you know, they accused you of what spitting on the on the vegetables or something, Yes, pretty wild vegetables and taking bites out of cookies and putting them back. The media attention was soon focused on Ryan, who went to Italy to speak about his experiences. He began appearing on talk shows, so I made a point of going to Ryan at the end of the show and giving him a kiss and hugging a Sally Jessy Raphael, in an interview with the television academy, think a lot of people were scared for me, they thought don't lie. She's going to get AIDS. But education. Swartz fear Jenny White Gender, remembers the first celebrity to befriend Ryan. Was diver Greg Louganis. He was the first person and then when we went to the end far benefit in New York by amfAR. Ryan went on TV on Good Morning America and David Hartman asking me, said Ryan White. Who are you looking forward to meeting if it saves benefit. And Ryan said meeting Elton John, definitely and I was I was kind of stretch shocked at that because I had not ever heard him say that. I mean I like Elton's music. But I thought out Well, it's a little weird, you know, And that's why we even when I speak, I say, Oh, make sure people you don't ever drugs somebody because I am I didn't end up being your best friend in the whole world like out was having became friends with fellow Hoosier Michael Jackson.
"sally jessy raphael" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Plastic Sally Jessy Raphael. Morning glasses with the broken ear thing on the side taped up, you know. And I say Merry Christmas, Mom and she goes. Oh, honey. Oh, Hold on, and she goes upstairs and she's up. There is for a minute, and then she comes back down, and she has a few and I give her her his first. And there's you know, there's a Jaguar and the jewelry and the island and a picture of a baby grand piano in a picture of a new dining room set. And a picture of that new mahogany bedroom set. And all these things I wish I could replace for her, and she's smiling and laughing the whole time. And then when it's all done, she gives me mine and there's three of them. There's a picture of Baga Reese's peanut butter cups. There's a picture of a pair of Homer Simpson slippers, and there's a picture of a Carrie okey machine and they were all from the same writing catalog. It was up in her bathroom because she had completely for gotten about this thing. That bring us together. She was working so hard. So we're stuck in the middle of this o Henry story that he never should have written and And I thank you so much for the gifts and we go upstairs. And my mom makes the best pancakes in the world. You might think your mom does, but I'm so sorry You're wrong. My mom made the pancakes. And but this morning she burned them a little bit. And I'm sitting in the kitchen eating these pancakes cutting around the burnt pieces. I'm looking out through our backyard. Everybody else's houses and all the light in their houses, looks like orange and colorful and friendly with all these people on the art house just feels empty and stark and white in the fluorescent light in these pancakes and silence together, the two of us Couple months later, she finally did send me my present. I was back in college had man I taken out all the tuition and loans and we couldn't afford it otherwise, but it was important to her that I go and I just finished a day of classes and I was heading to the dining hall and I stopped over to check my mail. Remember mail when people used to send mail? And I open up the mailbox and there's an envelope with my mother's postmark on it. I take it up and I fill up my dining on. I fill up my tray with too much food, because that's what you do, and I go over to a table and I sit down before I started eating. I opened up that envelope. And inside. There's no note. There's just one photograph. It's of her standing in front of the house with a for sale sign. And the House sold pretty quickly and if she got it, she offloaded it and she took a little bit of a hit financially, and she took a bigger hit on her pride, and she moved into us much smaller place that she could afford. On. You know it hurt her. I know it hurt her, and it took a big hit. But the most important thing to me was right Then we're looking at that picture. I got my girl back. Thank you. That was Peter Aguero, Peter says at the moment, he's most likely to be found making pottery and listening to the Allman Brothers. Peter makes his home in Queens with his wife, Sarah. His mom is now happily married to As for Christmas traditions, Peter and his mom now do breakfast with as many meats as possible. Last year, Peter says Mom made a seven meet breakfast and it was pretty awesome. Tracy Cigar. A is our next storyteller..
"sally jessy raphael" Discussed on MYfm 104.3
"Yeah, yeah. Name the former daytime talk show host known for her red glasses. We can't Um Rosie O'Donnell? No, no, Sally Jessy Raphael. Yeah. Heard score. 00 baseball fans confined the green Monster in what city Boston. Yes, I gotta look for a cabin like he gave it away. I say Monster, but that's how you say it. I'm saying it properly. That was a crew. Jonathan, the TV show younger, mainly takes place in what city Get out of here. What was that? What was that? Uh, get a taxi. Oh, you said New York. Okay, fine. Current score is 1 to 1. Really Good fresh anybody That was great. Bobby Boucher is the name of an Adam Sandler character. In what movie? Oh, Um, uh, she wait, wait, happy Give words. No. The Waterboy. Bobby stays in the water boy, Jonathan Mariah Carey plays aspiring singer Billy Frank. What 2001 movie. My gosh. Mm hmm. E had no idea. It's called glitter. Okay, Let's get him not stuffed tiebreaker question. Hollering names? No. The answer. Wait until Kevin finishes asking the question before you both in If the prize in this battle of the sexes was a puppy. What name would you give that puppy? Generation, Jonathan Jonathan. Would even Frank Fried the puppy, fellas win..
"sally jessy raphael" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Back yesterday from Louisiana. And, uh, tell me about it before I left. This was the final trip back to Louisiana to pack up my mother's house. Her contents and get it semi. I'd up here to Minnesota. To begin the process of finding her a house. Um, hashtag. Thanks, David and And closing the chapter for her in Louisiana. Because my mother sent September has sat in her temporary housing doing nothing but watching the weather Channel worrying about Maura Hurricane's coming to Louisiana and further damaging her house and her items. So it was, you know, continue continued stress, even even after I got her up here. So I knew we knew that in order for her to have a night's sleep, and hopefully as I looked at the clock, I hope that last night was my mother's first decent night's sleep in a long time. So, uh, it was just the two of us. Colin didn't come. It was the two of US and My goodness. I won't go into too many specifics, but Described it. I felt like a general contractor. And I'm not overly organized. That's what Colin Matheson is for. That's why we complement each other as a couple. I mean, this is all of the things I needed the tool. The tool box, the tools that I needed this weekend. And I don't have them. Well, I had to have them. But this is all Colin's stuff on dawn has seen it firsthand in a fun way when we go to Disney. I mean, it's all you know. This is Collins Forte. I'm this I'm Chrissy Snow, You know, I'm I'm I'm there for entertainment. I'm their toe. You know, men, and you know I'm there for for comic relief, But so so we go and and my mom handled it so well and You know, we we checked in and and I'll go in No particular order. You know, even when we have non fun trips, the four of us we always we always have stories. And here is one of the first things that I that I realized is, I don't think Cove it is happening in Louisiana. And I said this not as a political statement, but Oh, my goodness. I got so frustrated. We stayed, You know, not. We stayed at the a casino hotel because, sadly Still three months later. A lot of businesses are still not open. Um, you know, a lot of hotels are open, but there's the town is still it is. It is a C. I wrote this down, so I wanted to remember how I put this but And Lo and behold, I can't find where I wrote it. Um, of course, Lake Charles is still a sea of debris, piles, blue roofs and abandoned buildings. Um, and there are pockets of normality. There are pockets of recovery. There are pockets of neighborhoods that want touched. Um, but my goodness having been there more than a few times, especially lately. I know I know the town a little bit, and it was just so sad to see businesses that aren't coming back at all. There's a long John Silver's that, Colin. I ate at back in January when my stepfather died. That it was just obliterated, being wiped off the map and my uber driver from the airport. Um, I had to keep going back and forth. I'll spare you that story, but I had to get a rental car in one of the only two places open to get a rental car and, like Charles, Um So I'm driving with her and this woman eyes from the area. And she kind of encapsulate what I'm sure is a pretty common story. Her three boys and her husband. They had to evacuate to Houston for Laura for Hurricane Laura. And then she came back and started rebuilding and lo and behold, the second hurricane came And that's what I was wondering Jesus. There's probably no construction going on right now, just to kind of get through this season. Yeah, There's a ghost town or people moving back in. Um people are moving back in and it's funny. There is again there are there are pockets, Lex and there. You know, as I was driving from the airport, you know, there's some subdivisions that look like A normal subdivision. But then you get into the downtown area and it's just sad and the super driver was telling me that and she's from the area and she said, Look. In and impair phrasing she goes, You know a lot of these big chains. You know, the T. J. Maxx is and the Starbucks and shoes. I love them. She goes, But Phil will recover. You know whether they opened back up here in like Charles or not, she's like, but what's really, really sad for all of us. She goes as I sit here, I could count 789 mom and pop restaurants and boutiques and this woman you'll love this Lex. She goes. For instance, I'm a crafter. Um And she said, um you know, shoes I gotta have. I got to keep myself busy, and I said, Yeah, I said, I have a lot of friends or crafters. And she said there's so many of her little craft stores, the women that owned the businesses. They're not re opening. She says it was the 123 punch of the pandemic, then the first hurricane and then the second hurricane within six weeks was a knockout blow. And she said, it's just too much for for a lot of these businesses, and you can see it when he had Cove it into it, too. Yeah, the pants. It's like, people are people not When asked. Is that what you're what you're saying? But, yeah, I mean, you know the last night, you know, Saturday, we closed up shop. The movers did their their final packing, and my mom did her her last kind of walk through the house and Said goodbye and And and then we left and and my mom kind of wanted a just a little thing to keep her mind off things. So she goes, Let's just go down. Um, let's go down to the casino for just just a bit, you know. I just just want just a moment, just a moment to forget about all of this And I said, Yeah, let's go down and my mom takes Cove it very seriously which I'm so grateful. And I was already downstairs. Um, and I'll tell you that story later. I got back to the hotel a little late, but that's a whole other Sally Jessy Raphael episode, but Oh, no, not for any enough of not for any fund raiser. I wish it was, but I hashtagged. Jason is a dumb ass. And that's what we'll call the story but get lost. Don't Whoa! No. Um, no, it's Collins. Let me just put it this way. That story. Is, um, where I really needed Colin, because when I told him he goes, I told you and I go. That's not what I needed that Z. Not really what I needed right now. But okay. Um, Anyway s o. I get back to the hotel and I go, Mom, come meet me down here, I said, But let me just warn you, You're gonna be pissed and she is why, And I said, I'm looking I'm looking at the common areas and, like a third of the people were not listening to the mask Rule in the casino. So she comes down and she's like shaking her head. I go, Mom, I know I know what you want to do. You know what she is? I'm I'm just gonna She had bless her heart. Okay, Dark. Crack me up. She had, like three. No girl she had like three. She had, like three masks on She had a medical mask. She had another mask and then, um, because she was represent, and she had a Betty and Earl's mask on in front of it. She had said, Mom. Nobody. Thank you for representing, but nobody knows that here but anyway She had three masks on I go. Can you breathe? She was not fine. I'm fine. So she's walking around and you know, she played for just a few minutes and bless her heart. She just needed a moment. And so I go sit at the bar. And this is how cookie this is. How cookies? Some of the rules are for some of these businesses. The Bard Let me.
"sally jessy raphael" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Commercial I've ever heard. Yeah, that's why I listening. That's big, right there. Was that supposed to incite Children You want back? Yes, baby. Oh, baby loving. Maybe loving Yeah. Okay, we have We have several questions for you this morning. First Ru n Pat, are you just like sitting there watching us All our are all morning We're being taped. My talkers were on a zoom thing and we're being watched. Are you just sitting there watching us? Yeah, Pat's not I'm using pep log in, So it's just me. You know, I was talking to pat me to know. Because we need a clue. For what for project down and dirty. Which was a weird mounting that tomorrow morning at seven. Are we on our show? We didn't know until I don't know it was tweeted out. But sure way we You mean us, Right? Ok. You want a clue? Yes, Yes, Yes. No, wait. Now, wait a minute. Now, wait a minute. In years past, You've been on here and you've been like I'll give you a clear and then you and then we're like, Okay, say something, and you're like She's I mean, you like, say, it's like, so make it a good fun that's making you make it a good clue. Okay. Okay. This year's project down and dirty. Will have Historical significance. Historical historical soon begins. Are we recreating the tea party? Wait. We are going behind the declaration of independence were reenacting Hamilton in our homes. Right historical in terms of us history or my talk history questions. Oh, no, that that's not done in, Steve. Yeah. Sally Jessy Raphael. We could do what your announcement on our show. We have the right to ask. And I have the right not to answer historical say, Oh, but dry shampoo. That's a really good question. You ask there Right sample. She didn't want to. She didn't shower dumped dry shampoo, honor. Hey, it's pretty much spray that in rubbing and done, Kenny, Do you have any questions for the dark Lord? I don't have a question. I do have a statement ready? Okay, I I am not having anything to do with this. Daniels. I will love.
"sally jessy raphael" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"That's why that's big right there. Was that supposed to incite Children to want that? Yes, baby. Oh, baby lovin Maybe loving Yeah. Okay, we have We have several questions for you this morning. First Ru n Pat, are you just like sitting there watching us All our are all morning We're being taped. My talkers were on a zoom thing and we're being watched. Are you just sitting there watching us? Yeah, Pat's not I'm using taps Loggins. So it's just me. You know, I was looking up at me to know. Because we need a clue. For what? For Project Down and dirty, which was a weird mounting that tomorrow morning at seven. Aren't we wear show? We didn't know until I don't know it was tweeted out. But sure way we You mean us, Right? Ok. You want a clue? Yes, Yes, Yes. No, no, wait. Now, wait a minute. Now, wait a minute. In years past, You've been on here and you've been like I'll give you a clear and then you and then we're like, Okay, say something, and you're like She's I mean, you like, say, it's like, so make it a good going to be fun That's making you make it a good clue. Okay. Okay. This year's project down and dirty. Will have Historical significance. Historical historical soon begins. Are we recreating the tea party? Way are going behind the declaration of Independence were reenacting Hamilton in our homes. Right historical in terms of us history or my talk history questions. Oh, no, that that's not done in Steve. Say, Sally Jessy Raphael. We could do what your announcement on our show. We have the right to ask. And I have the right not to answer historical say, Oh, but dry shampoo. That's a really good question. You ask there Right shampoo or she didn't want her. She didn't shower dumped dry shampoo, honor. Hey, it's pretty much spray that in rubbing and done, Kenny. Do you have any questions for the dark Lord? I don't have a question. I do have a statement ready? I I am not having anything to do with this. Daniels. I will love you selling.
"sally jessy raphael" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Look. I don't. I don't. I don't know. Everywhere she is, we look, you know, my TV show was taped in the same building on the same floor that her stupid show was taped on. And there was somebody on her staff. I still don't know who you may know who it wass. There was somebody on her staff who surreptitiously privately and secretly got us a photo. Of Sally Jessy Raphael without any makeup, and now I don't know. I don't want any of you ladies getting upset with me here. This came in over the transom. And I know it's not. It's not polite to comment on such things, but I don't think I have ever seen. In a single human being a starker contrast. Between makeup and no makeup, as was exhibited by that in that picture of Sally Jessy Raphael and I think, correct me if I'm wrong, I think I think that picture ended up in a television. I think Switcher made a mistake, and that picture was up there for like, 10 seconds. The state before we realized it And Yeah, it's strange the way things things work out. But I mean she was. She was part of the liberal broadcast contingent that had Had their nose out of joint that I had become successful at all. But but Paul Harvey, I I met him. I think one or two other times, but he was He was. Oh, I was I was He had lost his voice for a very, very long Period of time. And his son was was sitting in for him. And there was a time where I was having trouble with my voice, and we couldn't figure out why this is back in that it was during the television show days and I remember I had to take I had to take. They sent me on a cruise folks. They were forcing me to take vacations. They sent me on a cruise down through the Panama Canal, and they told me Don't talk to anybody. Just just rest your voice and it worked. But during that I got I got a note from Palmer be recommending his Oto Larry, Larry Larry geologist, Odo, his doctor. Who? He who He believed in what? He was to me. He was he was Just a terrific, terrific guy. And He was I think exactly what you would hope he would be if you idolize somebody. If you have a high opinion of you never met him. You meet him. You hope that they don't disappoint you, but he didn't. It was It was great guy. Quick timeout. We've got more after this courage to fight and by.
"sally jessy raphael" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"The Alzheimer's Association and mayo clinic meeting of the minds dementia conference on March second unites people impacted by dementia for a day of education and support learn more and register by calling the twenty four seven helpline at eight hundred to seven to thirty nine hundred or by visiting a l z dot org slash m n n d. Hey, Jason and Alexis this is Danny from Andover. And I'm so glad that I found you is when I moved to the twin cities area a couple years ago you've made my long commutes in the morning and go super-quick. And now I look forward to catching up with you guys every Morning Pride Jason. Hi, john. Hi, alexis. Hi, it's Jonathan congratulations on ten long years on mytalk one is seven point one. Hey, girl. Hey, happy anniversary. Thank you guys. Much for getting me through may thirty s and now I cannot wait for you guys. Got me through my forty. Taking people through entire decades. It's so funny. Hear those voices of the listeners, isn't it? Until they tell us how damn old. Now recruiting Medicare. My scooter now. Started listening to you. Now, I'm in college. Oh my goodness. You can do this. Jason take the whole thing. I don't care. Welcome back. Everybody Jason and Alexis in the morning. It's six coming up on six twenty Colleen and Bradley or taking over the show. They're here the physically here, which I'm not kidding. I did you know about the jobs, no idea swear and Sally jessy Raphael's life. You didn't know your.
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"Orange county republican representative dana rohrabacher being challenged in the forty eighth district by a one time protege lawyer scott bah bah head of the oc gop for a decade and says it's time for change in washington but rohrabacher says balls and unethical obvious with questionable conservative values the congressman is seeking a sixteenth term president trump says he's still looking at a summit with north korean leader king kim jong un we'll get along very nicely so we're looking at june twelfth in singapore that hasn't changed from made the comments yesterday trump abruptly cancelled a summit this week over what he called harsh rhetoric from north korea florida republican senator marco rubio says north korean leader kim jong un doesn't want to dino nuclearise and in fact won't we have a leader and kim jong un who has has almost an emotional attachment at a personal psychological attachment to these nuclear weapons they make him feel prestigious they make him feel powerful he says kim wants to give off this perception that he's open to this ideas wills being a peaceful reasonable leader rubio says north korea is a very radic regime that is paranoid and distrustful of the rest of the world a television producer accused of drugging and murdering her sister in two thousand fifteen is scheduled to be arraigned wednesday in downtown la prosecutors say fifty five year old jill blackstone faces murder and animal cruelty charges in connection with the death of windy blackstone sister's body was found inside an enclosed garage in studio city where carbon monoxide filled the room joe blackstone is also accused of writing phony suicide note she produced several tv series including the jerry springer show and sally jessy raphael's program solo star wars story has opened with one eighty three just over eighty three million dollars this weekend in north american theaters easily winning the number one spot at the box office deadpool two got knocked back to number two followed by vendors infinity war book club and then the melissa mccarthy comedy life of the party date has been set for star wars land at disney the ultra immersive theme park land star wars.