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01:37 min | 2 years ago

"skyline studio" Discussed on WGN Radio

"In the skyline studio coming up at three thirty we have another edition of know your onion that's where Tom will quiz two of our listeners each doing a solo round and he'll give you a a newspaper headline and you have to figure out whether it's real or it's from the fake satirical comedy newspaper the onion and then you win okay you you win and that we're talking about when you get back to a sports scandals and more and if you want to jump in is three one two nine eight one seven two hundred all right take a little break for comedy here every morning around two thirty we play some classic comedy from the Johnny Carson show Johnny Carson show airs on antenna TV every more every night and every morning we play some clips back now this is one of the most beloved characters and one of the most hilarious characters that Johnny Carson did eats art fern he is the host of the teatime movie and it's always always hilarious go to the Slauson cutoff get out your car kind of your Slawson and it's art fern let's hear some art for all it doesn't sound good there I can barely hear try again see you see what happens Wall so what is it working in there.

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"skyline studio" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"skyline studio" Discussed on WGN Radio

"I go skyline studio the eve of the eve for a just another handful of seconds here we come back from the news we're going to start one of the first legs of our international travels virtually through the course of the program up to Montreal we're gonna talk with Max the voice Max little bit just a preview right about that your body and what he's going to talk about well Max lavoy and his brother J. P. boy that is correct and their crew have a pretty cool so sent up up there in the Montreal area where they have a I'm not I'm not sure how many retail locations they have but is there dealers for top brands of grills and smokers on all things related to barbecue and sounds like they're doing really good they also have invented this insert for a cattle it's kinda like a smoky easy but it's integrates a pizza oven and a couple other things maybe he can tell us a little more about that so some innovation as well we're to hear about it right after the news it's news time well station I'm David Jennings in the WGN radio news room the news is sponsored by WGN America your forecast from the WGN Chicago weather center overnight cloudy windy steady snow we may get an inch or two in the city dusting to it is to the south of the city two to two and a half inches up near the Wisconsin line the overnight low twenty seven later on today clouds to start things chance of flurries clearing late in the day hi thirty one but it'll stay windy clearing breezy and colder for new year's eve night low about twenty mostly sunny breezy and a little warmer for new year's day your high near forty degrees L. Hefei a river north restaurant a.

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"skyline studio" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

09:43 min | 3 years ago

"skyline studio" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Skyline studio high top Chicago when you look out on the roads and we've got so many great cars really great cruises so many great cruise nights and so many communities that have lots of great cars all over the place we think a team photo maybe the mount Rushmore when it comes to classic cars muscle cars maybe some of those cars that people love in the Ford Mustang is definitely one of those that's up there is one of the superstars of the classic car world and excited to have on the line I got it out only has great cars but agree club to go along with that he's part of the stallions gate Mustang and Ford club got a big event coming up on September fourteen it's Gerry granted Gary welcome to WGN day date I know we've got an event coming up but you've had a lot of events in one of those is of course your connection with Mustang and with the club talk about you personally like what was it it was when you were a kid you first saw one and you're like oh my gosh I got to have one of those how did it start with you well as a matter of fact when I was in that I when I was in high school you know a lot of those cars back in the in the mid sixties and seventies war are really popular my dad was always a Ford man and I guess I kind of related to that too but I ended up buying a sixty five Mustang coupe I had a friend for years it needed a ton of work but shortly after that my wife and I will give you get married and we're trying to save money to buy a house and everything so we ended up selling the car but before I saw that my dad bought one in seventy three and so we took some of the parts off my car which I was going to sell and that's a car rates are currently going to date fifty five red Mustang convertible effect K. code it's actually a fairly rare Carl but it's been a family seventy three well I did and I help rebuild quite a bit of that over the course of those years that's neat where you have that connection the family can actually get to build the car the love the card you're lucky to you know to you there's a lot of pressures on the leash ships out there we all know about the statistics and did it did happen Gerry where you know you have the the sell the car in order to go ahead and start this new life together with you wonderful wife was there any resentment you know were there times during an argument where you felt like Hey you made me sell the Mustang no no not at all because nothing really need a lot of work into focus was actually in all star nightlife and saving money there to get a house can continue on with that but I think a lot of that hello and now runs off of my dad and that's when now he got his car well that's nice is that you guys got together you build the car now let's talk a little bit about the club because there is one thing that I think is a common thread with motor sports enthusiasts we always say there's a love affair with the automobile and part of it even for people who don't have the cars you see this you know streets the communities the cars of the crews that not everybody in fact probably most of the people don't have a great car but they love to kind of walking down and kind of talk with some of the people have got to get some of that back story not only on the origins but also the connections with the cars and what's on it what's not and you know all that kind of stuff and so with the club talk about the stallions gate mistaken for club like you guys got together and I'm sure you know there's a lot of people with a lot of great cars yeah yeah it's gonna take staring gate Mustang import club started back in nineteen nine ninety three and I did during the quote till two thousand but it's actually all for Dan and Mustangs and currently right now we're we're based out of the Palestine area but we have club members that come out like far as outside of Rockford downed Aurora up to greet me and break every place in between we have about ninety members we made once a month like on the second Saturday we go to different venues different restaurants I know we have a lot of a lot of activities to and we have already to the cars from the sixty four all we have to two thousand eighteen so if you like Mustangs in your supporter of that now we see the four club well so there's a lot of different cars in there but you guys have because you know what some of the the current Mustangs are really great some of them are very cool they may not have sort of that classic iconic status but you've got some of those like Shelby cobra dozens there's some really cool cars in there that aren't necessarily sort of in the vintage category where you guys come down on that yeah well you know we have all all makes and models when it comes down to that and H. the effect of club president has California special which is it it's a beautiful car I think it's a two thousand thirteen I think I don't know but it's it's a gorgeous car and we have everything in between and were all cards to the S. and whether they're they're old in the sixties and seventies that we have cards from almost every era of all the Mustangs and now these hedges love cars and love the crews and it's it's a real tight knit groups so we do a lot a lot of stuff together we have a lot of events all during the course of the entire year we need twelve months of the year we get together I'm sure the membership you mention based in Palestine is where you typically me but I'm sure the guys come from and girls right come from all over sort of the Chicago land area I am sure that they live in different places but you guys are converging your bring it all together to have the entire club together for a great show that's happening at Hopkins Ford in Elgin on September fourteenth talk a little bit about the event that's coming up yeah that of September fourteenth of Saturday to get hot thanks for which is over there in Elgin it's right off nineteen I think others call Chicago Avenue in it's from nine till three gates open up at eight usually there's guys waiting there what a time we set up and there's a a modest twenty dollar gate fee but that includes a five dollar raffle prize we have a grand prize celebrity gets into that raffle but the the main thing is that a hundred percent of these donations that commingled operations support our troops which we have left over the last couple years at the end of the show which we generate between a hundred twenty five cars hopefully more this year but we generated and written them a check for between two and three thousand dollars every year that goes directly to them so the court doesn't gain any of this other than now who were trying to sponsor well but what's great about it though is that your putting not only you know because a lot of this is a personal situation you get to enjoy the car it's a yes something you have a passion for the entire club does but to be able to put kind of all that energy towards kind of a higher purpose with that with the because specially supporting our men and women in uniform I think is great yeah yeah so it's worked out real well we have a number of about Vietnam vets in our in our club as well as from my desert storm and a few of the other complicated awards that we've been going through so while we're pretty strong when it comes down to supporting our our military September fourteenth at Hopkins Ford in Elgin and you know the cars are going to be there you know that Gary is going to be there as well as all those other into CS what other kind of things for people that darkness is the early part of the club the want to come out and see the cars what else is going on well it we're gonna have Raffles we have on fifty fifty driveway of food vendors we're gonna have music and we have I think there's gonna be a silent auction and issues literally just walk around and just chat with all the guys that tell the stories about their cars and it's really been a it's really been successful this is I believe the fourth year that were have an excellent are for Daniel and every year it's just getting bigger and bigger and bigger I mean there's a lot of we I think we pick September because it's getting kind of near the end of the cruise season and there we'd like to do during the summer but I hopefully this will work out really well for us so obviously we invite everybody to come out dogs in here it's gonna it's gonna be great September fourteenth Hopkins Ford in Elgin leveling seven WGN radio dot com gear grants and is there with this in so last thing and of course if you've got a website or social media or other places maybe a Facebook page for the club where people can check out more information and can make their plans to come out and see yeah yeah yeah we definitely on Facebook it's stallions gate where he got a Facebook page that we post a lot of attention pictures and blogs and all that kind of stuff and then we have our website galleons gate dot org it's all one word stallions gate dot org and we have our calendar we have our twelve month calendar out there which includes we have chili cook Constand Saint Patrick's day parade to mother's day honors in Memorial Day and put the deliberation national night out I mean the list goes on and I'm not really active club that's great so even for the people that are hearing this to maybe have a Mustang love Mustangs or fourteen general wanna be a part of the club is there information unless it's a close to you know kind of clubbers way for people to get involved in and join up it sounds like fun it's it's definitely open up the website we can you can do that you can shop for one of our meetings will have applications for membership that commercials we go to cruise nights and so it's literally opened everybody and it's a it's a modest twenty five dollar charge registration wow that's an active membership and that's primarily does support all the your insurance in our social media and our website that kind of just it just covers our class that's all it does so that's why at all at this I hop in sport show all those dollars go directly to operations support our troops that's a great cars growth the Mustang is a great car and if you're part of that club you see in them on a regular basis stallions gate Mustang and Ford club and again coming up September fourteenth at Hopkins forza thanks Gerry thanks for what you're doing the only shared and I'm sure all the Mustang fans out there excited to hear from me again cited to see it in September thanks for jumping on the show today day date thanks so much for you and I hope to see everybody out there on the fourteenth.

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"skyline studio" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"skyline studio" Discussed on WGN Radio

"A low of seventy tomorrow partly cloudy thunderstorms once again possible with a high of eighty nine right out seventy seven at o'hare seventy six at midway seventy seven in morton grove sixty seven along chicago's lakefront with the winds coming out of the southeast at thirteen miles per hour i'm eric rung in the w._g._n. newsroom ready to join the conversation live whenever a story changes on chicago's very own seven twenty w._g._n. thinking big thoughts so you don't have to john williams allstate skyline studio where you darling us in the live radio the stream or maybe you're listening to me tomorrow on a podcast hello future self we're in the allstate skyline studio till three saturdays ten to noon don't miss the mincing rascals podcast we dropped one last night on ya the gang went around it and it went around on a couple of issues and for the first time ever the mincing rascals include a segment where steve bertrand covers david bowie we actually have the two of them sync up rather nicely and i think it's going to be a hit i asked walter jacobson the world famous journalists who join us in the two o'clock hour and give us his comments on the democratic presidential debate last night walter was really good on it yesterday he took notes in fact he did something you didn't do he actually watched the dang thing and so he's going to join us in the two o'clock hour but then knowing that walter.

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"skyline studio" Discussed on WGN Radio

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10:34 min | 3 years ago

"skyline studio" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Doing? Nick Gilio here on seven twenty WGN. We're live in the AllState skyline studio here, eighteen stories about beautiful downtown Chicago here until five and Steve Grzanich has your opening bell at five. And then the great Steve Cochran at six for your morning drive on this Wednesday morning. Wildcard wednesday. Who requested that Glenn with two ends want here? The little Harry Nilsson, right? There you go. Welcome back everybody. Three one two nine eight one seven two hundred is the phone number for talking text. Yeah. So we're talking about zombie comedies. Considering that the dead, don't die was just released this past weekend. And there've been so many fun zombie comedies that were just talking about some of them. Now, here's brain dead. Seven years later, New Zealand upstart, Peter Jackson ever heard of them directed. His third feature brain dead or dead alive in northern North America. Slapstick zombie movie. That's essentially, what would happen if Buster Keaton was horribly maimed after every stunt teaming with future Lord of the rings. Guru Richard Taylor. Jackson. Dallas is the screen with actors in blood guts, and viscera to the point of absurdity the joy in the film comes from just how creative the carnage can be. There's a reason that one scene. Most people have probably ever heard of involves a foyer, filled with zombies zombies, and dude wielding lawnmower as a weapon, the genius of brain dead is how long sequence goes on. And how many insane kills are built into it. Yeah. I saw that movie the first time I saw that movie. Was that alive? As was the title music box theatre at midnight. I couldn't believe what I was saying. I just was like, what the hell is this? I just can't believe that he went on to direct the Lord of the rings which is kind of like a more very prestigious. Well, his first three movies are nuts. Yeah. They're completely insane and meet the feebles. My god. Isn't that a fragile rock? Well, yeah, but it's like it's like kind of an X-rated rated puppet insane. Jeez. Insane. Were you ever fan of the Frighteners? Yeah, I didn't even know it existed. No recently, I love that movie. Now, of course, we have shown the dead, which is I mean, this is the this is the quintessential zombie comedy of all time that not only. Not only works as a comedy. But it's a great zombie movie. I mean it's really funny, and it's also a great zombie movie. And it was it was clear from the from the from the get-go that. Simon. Pegg a-, right. Adore those the John Rowe and paid fantastic respect to it, and loaded it with egg Easter eggs. I mean, the Italian restaurants that they were going to go to his full cheese. Yeah. I mean I mean every scene, we're coming to get you Barbara. Yeah. It's loaded. And I still one of my favorite moments. Ever in a movie is when Sean is walking to the to the to the shop to get the Coronado and, and the, and the and the and the pop and oblivious to the that are kind of walking down the street and the and the mayhem that has occurred and the blood and when he goes to the cooler, and there's a handprint of blood on the cooler and he goes in there to get to, to get the pop out little slip, just the little slit because he slips and blood and just every time I see it. It's one of my favorite moments in the entire movie. So then tell you about the first time I saw no no Sean of that was back in that was four when he came when it came out. Yeah. So my buddy Manny, who is a huge maniac horror fan. So we knew it was coming out. So I had like a preview pass to see it at a screening. So we go the first guy that I think of we saw at the Webster so we go we go we, we don't have a couple of beers beforehand across the street that bar on the corner across the street from the Webster place. And then we go across, and so the movie starts fantastic. I'm already loving it already. And then. The scene where they're, they're going to check on to see if. Shawn's roommate heat Pete, whether or not whether he's okay. So there's that the build up to that, and then they're looking to the car to see if they can get to the car. So that's all happening and then real change, and it skipped real four went to real five. And they were in the backyard pretending to be zombies. And I was like. And so I was like this isn't right. So I got up and I went out to to get somebody from the lobby. Now, it's like dude, I think you you're reels are mixed up. Yeah. Because this thing, just jumped and he's really like, yeah. So he was still in there watching it. I didn't want to see it. You know what I mean? I stepped outside. And so finally, they turn the projector off and indeed. They had screwed up the real the, the, the, the reels. And so they said it would take two hours to two. This was still when they had filmed, this wasn't right? Yeah. So it would take like an hour, hour and a half in order for them to fix it to put it in the right order. And so they gave us passes. So then the second time I went to a screening to see it Manny again, with me we get to that moment where they're checking on the on the roommate, and I'm like, we better this better be okay. Man. I'm telling you it happens again. And then it was fine. But the first time I saw it. I you know, we, we only saw third of it. Wow. That's I mean, that's it's weird to think that as late as two thousand four that was still a problem that could have because a lot of the theaters didn't switch over digitally until couple years after that. Yeah. I figured. I know it's probably because of my age. I just figured it happened so much earlier. Well, same thing happened. When I went to go see told you the story right about twenty four hour party people, where they played out of or to put it out of order and years later, I'm sitting in, I'm sitting in the green mill after hours and the, the woman who was the manager of the night, I saw the movie and the weird thing was, nobody complained I was the only person that I was the only person that came out and said, I think the real because it's a very unusual movie. I mean, in terms of the story, the narratives, very fractured and very believable that, that would be the way told. But nobody that movie would play in there for three weeks. And not one person besides me came up and said, I think the reels are out of order, and they were all my God. Yeah. So Shaun of the dead, the early odds were a boom time for funny and not before them zombies largely relegated to the horror section of video stores. The Romero movies are considered classics, but in terms of modern zombies culturally, all we had were the resident evil games poised to become their own strange, strangely successful, film franchise, then two thousand two brought us director Danny Boyle and writer. Alex Garland's twenty eight days later, the fast, they're not zombies. They're not zombies. They're infected there, people who are infected zombies die and come back to life. That's the actual definition of zombie in twenty eight days later, they're not zombies. I just wanna make sure that everybody knows that. The fast zombie movie arguably, kick started the new wave of zombie popularity and Edgar Reitz, Shaun of the dead, only help the virus spread boasting a loving endorsement from Peter Jackson, hot off the Lord of the rings Sean combined heart humor and a love of the and became a sizeable indie hit that grew and grew in popularity. Once it was video, it's at this juncture, that the, the releases of twenty eight days later, Shaun of the dead is really good onto the dead remake which by the way. I was so negative on that before that before that movie came out. I was like, how dare you, how dare you. And I really liked the remake. It's not nearly as good as Romero's movie, but it's really good. It distinguishes itself. Yeah. And, and I'm also not a fan of fast. But I like that movie. I really liked the remake of the debt and it was that was, you know. I remember during we had used to have my buddies over every Monday night to watch to watch raw. We'd watch wrestling and. USA network showed the first five minutes of the movie, the whole first five minutes of the movie, and I was like, whoa. The little opening opening is unbelievable in all the mayhem in the streets is Sarah Polly's driving around. It was just. Both halves of the John lurching towards critical mass some of the effects were immediate two thousand six Canadian comedy. Fido, which I loved starring. Billy Connolly, basically, adapted to concept from Sean zombies, as pets to feature length. It's beyond this point, especially with the premiere of the Walking Dead in, in two thousand ten. So. I remember loving. The first couple of seasons of Walking Dead. I mean that, that pilot was because I was say was Halloween. It was it was twenty ten. Yeah. It was like Tober two thousand ten. Yeah. Yeah. I thought it was great. And then it just kind of if I've talked about this before by the time, the, you know, the, the whole season with the governor, that was when I was doesn't work. So all right. More comedies here on seven twenty WGN. But right now we got to take.

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"skyline studio" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

04:40 min | 3 years ago

"skyline studio" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Is to six in the AM when the AllState skyline studio just as there, if you dial us up at three one two nine eight one seventy two hundred Rogers in the newsroom. You can't dial him. We can. But then it rings on the air, then he thinks what is this? And that's big. If there's an emergency, just call Justin show pitch. She'll throw something at me. Interesting text here. Oh. Doc from Casey now deduct early new assignment because I got a text earlier. But I thought that was from dumb and Kansas City. Hold on one second. Because we got a text. I didn't get to earlier Jerry. So we're getting all these texts from Kansas, Kansas. I don't if they're streaming or just tune in because I bet you can get pretty clear, downing I think right now we can't Jerry wrote much earlier. Hey, Matt us down here in Kansas wanna know if you have an arc we can borrow they had a tornado touchdown early, because I go to Kansas City diesel mount we've got a lot of clients down there for the company and I love going to Kansas City. I love the airport. It's the tiniest little airport. The people that live there, hate that airport say, I love your port. They hate it. Because if you have to fly there regularly, it is tiny, get out, which I love because it's like the complete opposite of, of O'Hare, right? And you get there. And like, you know, I've got TSA pre check which like makes they don't even have a separate line. They hand you an orange card so you can show that you're actually TSA's you're going through. So you don't take off your shoes. You still have to stand with two other people generally. I mean it's rare that there's like a real wine going. Okay. It's very nice. But then once you get through the gate. It definitely wasn't an airport that was built for post nine eleven America. Gotcha. It was. Because once you get through, there's no restaurants or anything like all, that's before TSA. It's a very tiny little place. And so they're trying to put more stuff in and they've actually just passed, like a billion dollar bomb. They're going to renovate and rebuild the airport. So it'll be cool ten years from now. Well, so you know what you have to do now, Mr. things the way they were well, no, I do like improvements to you have to start taking a lot of pictures of the city. Okay. Yes, I will start doing okay. By the way, did I mention this two weeks ago? I'm all over the place taken apart. The whole bag is almost gone. I mean it is open like you can see through the building. Big portions of that building now not the tower itself, because at flan marked by, but the old w in the building, right? The parking lot and the front part by our old WGN radio writing the one that was like ripped ripped open. Yeah. I can't wait till that thing is done though. I I'm saving tiny I wanna buy a condo there, so bad. I know you do. Okay. Okay. Gone fancy at airport. Yeah. Now I'm really like I gotta take by. Okay. Kansas City they had a tornado and I found out about it because on Twitter somebody said that it can to the airport. They were telling people they were forcing people like down into tunnels are taking cover at the airport, which is crazy. And so I texted a good buddy of mine who was out of town, but he said they didn't have any damage, but he said, another friend of ours, who works at a company down there did have some damage on his. Property from it. That was pretty crazy. I've got a friend who used to work in radio in town fact, used to work WGN longtime ago is a few years older than me and he teaches at a university, there, probably just outside Kansas City, but I, we're friends on Facebook. So when that tornado came through the storms in the tornado and everything came through he was posting like crazy, you know, all the stuff and everything. And so I was following through that. But yeah, it's the rash of tornadoes over the last couple of weeks, three or four weeks has just been mind bogg-. Seriously? And I spent in everybody's like, oh, when it when it's warm global L this no no, no no mobile climate change means that things are going to get crazier. We're going to have more intense hurricanes. We're going to have wetter maze. We're going to have more tornadoes, that is the more and I haven't read enough on. To know. But I know that they say that it's not about, oh, it's just getting hotter. It's the rising temperature is going to create greater variations in our weather patterns in problems in that way. I think we were way ahead of it when you had the, the person on about the, the moving of the magnetic poles, and I think that has a lot to do with two. Well, that's interesting. Roger, that's very.

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WGN Radio

07:12 min | 3 years ago

"skyline studio" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Live in the AllState skyline studio here, Friday morning after three thirty, we're gonna start our regular features Vicks picks we're gonna find out what vixen listening to as he has educating himself with in the world of music, and we've got straight out of context. Not show spies, you big dummy, and fly James Friday, all coming up for your Friday morning right now. We're talking about HBO HBO when h H B O shows, they have been ranked by by by Volker dot com, the website and we're going through them, and then we're gonna hit the top twenty here, but we got a couple of texts here Carey says showing my age, but first and ten funny, young delta delta Burke was crazy. Hot. Seventy seven three hundred and said John from Cincinnati was weird. Yes, it was it was very weird. Our list is one of my favorite shows of all of all time. Okay. Seven seven three. So here's the top twenty Cording vulture of the, the best HBO shows insecure fantastic show. It's a Ray. It's, it's it a fantastic show. Very excited to see how it goes along jeopardy wise because it, it really is very fresh. Yeah. Yeah. Nineteen rome. Which was a show that I liked, but didn't think it was as great. Eighteen high maintenance. I don't even know this show. Oh, so surtout as a web series, right? That's what it says here. Yeah. And it, it was about a guy like literally just little vignettes of him delivering pot to his customers. He's a pod dealer, but oh it's, it's actually really really is it. Yeah, it's fascinating. Seventeen Silicon Valley, which I love. Sixteen. I'm really glad to see how high this one is succession of succession, awesome. It is going to get into that greatest of all time category. And it comes back of being in a couple of weeks. Yeah. Fingers crossed that seconds the second season is because I it's funny because Feinberg. And I when we really like show, we champion it. We've talked about succession lot as curing Hawkins in that, right? He's great hills. Great in it. And Brian Cox come on, man. But, you know, everybody except for Feinberg, and I think it's thing everybody thinks it's a drama like everybody's putting it into the drama candy. That's a comedy. Succession is a comedy. It's hilarious to leave ably funny. Fifteen boardwalk empire if anything because they put Steve echemende lead role. You know what I mean? The guy never gets the lead role, fourteen six feet under which was a great show. Hey, look at how thirteen berry, yes. All right. We're making it happen. Yeah. So great. Twelve the deuce. Very high on the list of. Yeah. I love that show. Now, here's here's here's I'm so glad to see this one in the top twenty because truly this is probably in my top five of all HBO shows enlightened, I loved that show. Mike white, Mike white is a guy that has a very distinctive writing and directing style. And I respond to it. Big time. The the. Batery at dinner was, it was fantastic. And he also did the oh, God. What was the name of the Ben Stiller movie where he takes the kid to go to college? Oh Brad status. Yeah. Love it. Yeah. Loved it. But it he's very, you know, when you're watching, you know, when you're watching something that might white wrote will. Yeah directed. He's, he's. Ned. Shneebly. Yeah. That, that's that. That actually movies kind of uncharacteristic in terms of well, he didn't direct it. He wrote it though he did. He didn't know he did he wrote it. But, like enlightened hit, all of those sort of new agey kind of targets that he that he's so fascinated with and inextricably, Inari performance by by Laura Dern. Extraordinary. I, I love enlightened I love both seasons on DVD and actually there on the they're displayed on the bottom of my TV stand at home. Ten oz. Yeah. Great show. J K Simmons, man nine veep. Yep. Absolutely eight game of thrones. Yeah. People are going to get over the finale and they're just going to have to look at it as seven curb your enthusiasm. It's a pants pants tent. It's kind of. Yeah. The pants tent, but there's so many of those things. But I'm telling you, man. It's comedy gold every single time Suzy screams at him and swears at him. It's just my fits my favorite stuff in the show, her Jeff garland. We're in a recent episode of cash cab celebrity were, they really that's pretty funny six sex in the city. Now, the show that I thought state outstayed its welcome, and certainly didn't need have to stupid movies, five. The leftovers great show, took me a while to get on board with that very Koon, man. Gary Coon for the Larry's the Larry Sanders show. Man, I that show. Yeah. Three, the wire, the hell you talking about three. I, I knew what the top ten we're before you read. That's you're gonna get the wire three. Come on. Volkher. To deadwood. I look, I love deadwood. It's not as good as the wire, but I loved Ed Wood. And the number one is the sopranos which I I'm not surprised by that. I figured I thought gig at the wire would be number two but. But yeah, well there you go. Every single every single HBO show is ranked. Yeah. But they didn't. They didn't have that Ricky debates. Maybe they didn't count it. The, the animated Ricky as I mean, John Oliver is not on there. Well, yeah, it's, it's I think it's because they counted as like a talk show this going with, like scripted I got comedies. Yeah. Instead of. Yeah. Yeah. That makes sense because John Oliver would John Alfred certainly has one of the best shows on HBO one of the best shows on TV. Yeah. One of their most successful endeavors, honestly, the last ten years, and it's so brilliant every week, so brilliant. All right. Well there it is right there, where should have been number one Song San. All right, Omar coming, let's take a break and the news is coming up after this, and then we're going to get into vick's head with Vicks picks. What is he listening to in the music world? We'll find out after news, which is next siding windows, doors, leaking basements. That need to be replacing chipmunks messing up your yard, no matter. What's going on in and around your.

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01:50 min | 3 years ago

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"Life, or death, the WGN forecast geologist Tim Gill of clouds early, but clearing up pretty quickly today. Becoming mostly sunny, breezy and warmer, gusty suddenly breezes gusting over thirty miles an hour. Push your highs of eighty or eighty one can feel just like June today. Tonight, partly cloudy, maybe scattered shower thunderstorm after midnight, down route sixty two any rain should be out of here by daybreak tomorrow, partly to mostly sunny Thursday, seventy eight for the high Friday back up to eighty mainly cloudy, some peaks of sensib scattered showers and storms, but not an all day rain. We'll see some scattered storms on Saturday, as well, partly sunny, a high of eighty two best chance for shower thunderstorm, early, mostly cloudy may few showers early Sunday with a high seventy six, I'm Tim the WGN weather center. Overcast at fifty two at O'Hare same at the lake front this Wednesday morning. I'm Vic Vaughn in the WGN newsroom. Ready to join the conversation live whenever a story changes on Chicago's very own seven twenty WGN. The AllState skyline studio. This is the Steve Cochran show on seven twenty WGN. And. Only. How you look good. Started to share some of that tonight. I gotta talk to the writers, as you know, every word on the show scripted. It's a Shiva one thousand three hundred seventy nine Cochran show Twitter Facebook dot com. Steve.

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WGN Radio

04:57 min | 3 years ago

"skyline studio" Discussed on WGN Radio

"In the AllState skyline studio coming up after the two thirty news, we're going to talk with a couple of members from the talking heads tribute band. Start making sense. They're playing at the at them at martyrs this weekend. And then yesterday marked the fourth anniversary of the release of Mad Max fury road, which is one of my favorite movies ever. So we're gonna talk about the fantastic and fun post apocalyptic genre, and talk about some of the best movie field and product placement stories that we're gonna share all that. And more. Our phone number's three one two nine eight one seven two hundred for talk text, and you're a triple play Thursday requests, if those artists three songs, three one two eight one seven two hundred let's get back to our conversation with Ron pile who is an author journalist editor in chief of an Astra magazine space expert, and let's get right back. Right. Welcome back. Thank you, sir. So tell us tell everybody about heroes of the space age, which just was released a couple of weeks ago. Oh, yeah. So thank God that's the last book of the year. I, I really enjoy writing, but the marketing of Bitta tents, so they hang out and made seven and it's a seven chapters, eight eight heroes. The hard part was, I knew writing it wasn't gonna be terribly difficult. Because there's a biographies oral histories and tons of stuff on these guys and women was both men and women this time. But trying to sue the down to eight people, right? Yeah, yeah. Great. And I didn't wanna do every, you know, I knew I had to Armstrong and all that John, Glenn to do downtown terrorist, Kobo the Soviet Union a year ago, Garin and so forth. But I wanted to get some interesting people in there, like, Margaret, Hamilton this woman who was a what, what I think the first software engineer at MIT of their, their inspiration lab who was responsible for a big chunk of the programming. The Apollo guidance computer which you know, had to k of ram and Victor, six K of ROY. From which pretty small and just took the moon and back when she was responsible for the interrupt coding, kept the lunar module going when they were having the computer freezes it was heading down to the surface and Apollo eleven. So some known some less known seems to get good reviews so far. So fingers crossed by ten copies here. Friends has a terrific book. It is, it's, it's terrific. And I know that you're, you're Apollo book sold out in three hours and, and I'm I'm very thrilled. That I'm very thrilled that I have a copy of it because he's a it is a gorgeous book, absolutely gorgeous saying, they really that sterling servings publishing and they really whip the extra mile just the quality of the cover the thing and all the stuff inside and, you know, they, they were they were generous with their budget. Not just turns the book production, but in terms of acquiring stuff, where it's that was really a blessing to be able to work on that project and having it actually sell well, is really a thrill yennin. Garb. Got it out. We did. 'cause I think last accountability twenty two Apollo books on the south. Three of them are mind cause they reissued a couple of old ones that I did it was like, oh, man, there's the remainder bins are going to be full anymore. Well on top of that there's new stuff coming out, because I mean obviously, we got the fiftieth anniversary coming up in July. And so I mean, there are books and specials and all kinds of things happening. What are some of those things that you're looking forward to? Well, I'm looking forward to seeing this net GIO film when it finally hits, a Peter Pan we've seen working at its of it. I've got a stack of books that I still need to go through the review 'cause 'cause the magazine get review copies of stuff. So John Lewis and the Roger Lonnie vote longtime experts in the story ends and of the guys that field to both written a couple of weeks that that hit the market this year, and, you know, every networks going to have a specialist kind and tons of independence stuff coming out. I kind of feel on the movie side, you know, between what I've seen GO doing, and they Powell eleven doctor just kind of feel like I might have seen the best already. I don't know. It's going to be interesting to see at the at the conference. You were talking about earlier. We're going to have some festival for, for those nights. Oh, great. We're bringing some of those along and premiered to that GIO thing there. But yeah, if it's going to be quite a show. I guess the only part that makes me sad is I suspect, you know, they'll be the policy of and fiftieth, which is until. Why? And then there's going to be the Apollo thirteen anniversary shortly after that. And the last handful emissions, last emissions that. In this thing on. And people say, yeah. I've got a politician over this. Yeah. Drift away. It's a shame because those will really got interesting, you know. Yeah. Well, it's going to be it's going to be a busy. It's going to be a busy summer for for, for space fans. You must feel really gratified and happy that there's so much interest in this. Yeah. Some some fifty years..

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02:31 min | 3 years ago

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"AllState skyline studio. Joining me is regular contributor to the show, Dr Charles Turk who is writing sidecar tonight. And also joining us tonight. It's comedian doing Kennedy who wants to know Charles why the show is no longer called pretty late with Patti Vasquez because, because, well, the net the net is that you moved into our earlier. I don't know. I let's pretend like it did because, you know then puts you in power. But yeah, but you move to a couple of hours earlier than that just before that. So it was it for a while. It wasn't earlier show at seven o'clock, with Andrea darlas show with Andrea darlas. So that was at seven sometimes unless there was a Blackhawks game or White Sox game in which case we were on, after that, from eleven pm to one am. And, but it wasn't always late. Okay. Sometimes late. All right. Right. And then what was this the last summer, we moved I was on from seven to eleven sometimes or which was not a good name for the show either seven to eleven sometimes is not great. Although I thought maybe I should have called on my show up. Yeah. So you pretty late was a fun title. And I thought of it when I thought I love, I mean, we're comics. We're used to late hours. So I thought, if I ever want to try to get like a talk show pretty late is already built into the brand, right? But then I thought, well, I don't need to be on at night all the time. So maybe someday, I won't be on just at night. So just Patti Vasquez. Yeah. You could be pretty pretty early. I don't even pretty his paddock. Yeah. Well, and so pretty late then caused a whole bunch of conversations and social media. Oh, she thinks he's pretty as one as the bad thing to think that you are pretty right. Like somehow that makes me in my humble. But here's I mean, I grew up thinking I was ugly. So if I grew up, and I think that I'm I don't know. So very complicated. I did. I thought it was likely when I was a kid. Oh, you know what? I I was showing I was flying. Charles. I read my diary on stage the other day. And yeah, I thought that there was a whole Vivian within that page say that. I just want someone told me that I'm ugly fat or that is true. Who statement I was thirteen man. So when did that start to change for you? When, when poise pretended like they like me. I guess. Employs pretending right now. I know I started dating more. I mean after high school. I mean I look at my high school reunion my ten year high school reunion. One of the football players said, wow. You must have been a late bloomer..

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WGN Radio

10:38 min | 3 years ago

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"You're listening to the Patti Vasquez show. I'm live in the AllState skyline studio. Joining me in studio. Dr John, Charles j turkeys are pharmacists expert and on the line with us representing the written tuten twelve district is Representative Sarah Feigin, Holtz, who does a lot of great work down in Springfield. And when President Trump was election in two thousand one was that now rep was two thousand sixteen. It's all blurred now. Although the one of the most interesting elements to me, not long after the election was how quickly you and a lot of legislators and people in the community came together to make sure that we're there to be a threat to Roe v. Wade, there was legislation in place to protect the state of Illinois the women here, who want to really have control over their reproductive rights. You made sure that we would not go back to the dark ages. And it seems as though other states have used this time as an opportunity to really for a lot of people. This was the end game. This is what they wanted were bills. Those have that passenger J, L Obama amongst others. What are your thoughts, when you see states like Alabama passed the heartbeat Bill? Well, I, I have a different name for the Alabama Bill. I have I call a p life begin rates bills. There's no exception for rape incest, in it, it has by if you, you, you. It's a legal to go out of state cancer Boertien. I've never quite seen a piece of legislation like this. And, you know, I think that there are about twenty cases in the pipeline. It'll be no make no mistake Addy. This is designed to go to the supreme court, and this is Bill, I after, you know what I've learned about it. You know, because of the positioning of the state circuit cetera still drafted that this is the builder helping will go beeline typically cream court, you know, so, you know, for all the people in our country, who say, oh, Roby way, ever been overturned it. And, and you see this erosion by age Bill by Bill by law Ohio, Georgia Alabama, and you know, this is a moment, and this is that Bill was signed by the governor today. You're going to start to see a lot of lawsuits filed in a co up the process report. And as you know, there are many courts have Donald Trump appointees, and we all know it Donald Trump is anti choice, and all of his picks are so I would say, you know. We really have to act Illinois, you know, when we passed house Bill forty it was an essential first step because the trigger language. Right. Right. The first thing we had to do is repeal that provision. But it was only a single position out of Illinois abortion laws nineteen seventy five, there are other restrictions pieces of the abortion. What we call the legal service in joint. It means that when teachers have in Illinois. I choice legislators eighties. Seventies and eighties ACO. You went in and went to court and they became enjoyed what they are still actually statute. And they were enjoying because they file elated will versus Wade right if we're versus Wade is overturned. All of the enjoying traditions will stand. Meaning states where they have a, the language specifies that should the supreme court overturn Roe v. Wade, the Boertien becomes automatically illegal. Those states that have not protected it. Oh, yes. Including many forms hours control. Well seems so what I think what I'm saying about our states Pacific -ly, right? That if you read the abortion act, when he did remove trigger. But there are other provisions in it. There are like spousal consent provisions there is he knows there are some elements of birth control infertility treatment diagnostic testing. Subject to. Overturn Roe is overturned right? Because they're, they're stay there enjoying. So, you know, first of all, what most listeners don't understand? Is that a lot of our, our abortion in Illinois in the criminal code? Wow. I'm not sure people really understand that this is where we are the abortion act is embedded cases. There are. There are some forms of birth control and abortion, restrictions. There are some trapped laws that is wholly enforce, would really require many clinics in Illinois close. So, so we have a reproductive, health fact, that's putting it hasn't moved out of the out of committee. I'm not sure why not on the committee. But, you know, I believe that what happened last night with. Which I'm sure you've read while you were. Will you unless can? I just was surreal. The idea that a doctor could be prosecuted. And by the way, you know, there are places where women can be investigated, if they have a miscarriage, they can be investigated for homicide because they can be questioned about illegally performing an abortion on themselves, if they haven't gone to a doctor, even if it was something I mean, because what is it one in three women have a miscarriage now they have to answer for that on top of the sorrow the tragic loss of you know what their future was? And I know that people can throw this go. Well, if you, if you don't care about an aboard a baby carry about a miscarriage baby. I understand that everyone has their sort of mental litmus test as to what's morale. What's moral? It's not. But in an individual case, you know, we can't impose it on people. Honestly, what I what I wonder too is that there have been cases you know, cases of pharmacies that have been you know, either been subject to complain in the court of public opinion or taken to court where. A woman is carrying a stillborn child, and then they take an abortive isn't, you know, or at least they're prescribed one and then they have difficulty gaining the pharmacy. Nine also wonder what this Bill has to say about that. Yeah. It depends on the state right there. Yes. Yes. I and I also think that. You know, one of the things that we should talk about maybe a little bit down the road. I'm happy to come in is come the winding. You know the. How all of these lawsuits that has happened in other states around trap, and the, the decisions in the circuits of fallen to show you that there are, like fortune active judges in the seventh circuit. That were Trump appointees that are like Garrett Brennan Scudder Saint aid, and other judges on list, who have sort of written in hostile decisions to abortion and contraceptive access rights, and that only four of the judges on the Serb, some circuit had been consistent with ro in abortion rights. So we're really at the precipice here with some of these laws, which is why I say, what happened in Alabama. Was all by designed to, you know kind of kick it up to the supreme court right into try overturn Roe. So, you know, when you strike a law in a state like we did with the trigger provision. You keep yourself out of court. You see, there was a afoul Representative to represents the Thomas more society food is coastal forty was ashamed law. She ran to court to try and overturn it. Shrinks of, you know, I, I didn't call through the, the decision I'm not aware, but when you start a provision to clear. You know, it's a law, it doesn't erase basically been wiped out and to this attorney came in to try to talk about an unfunded mandate that we've asked the state government to do something that it, you know. Doesn't have the money for it was it was Wesley straws. Everybody knew that it was just not gonna work but other provisions is rose overturned would really elevate women in jeopardy. Gator. And dr. Would really not be clear. We wouldn't have an opportunity to clarify the wall. I to what they're able to do. You know. So this is all a long protracted plot. Like trap laws now trap laws are, do you need to have a hospital within three miles or other restrictions? Right. Who are ways certain right? There are certain things like that. Let me we have a quick break here, we're talking to Representative Sarah Feigin Holtz from the fighting twelve district. We want to send a little bit about medical will expanding medical marijuana to the point where it's just recreational marijuana. More after this on seven.

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WGN Radio

01:51 min | 3 years ago

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"By the mortgage experts of team hochburg, just TR A F F. I X Chicago. I'm Pam Jones. From the dot traffic center, reminding you to drive responsibly. It really is a matter of life or death. The forecast from the WGN Chicago weather center. We're starting this Friday morning, cloudy could see some patchy sprinkles. But eventually partly sunny today. Highs in the upper fifties near sixty then cloudy again by later tonight. Those temperatures will drop into the low forties overnight Saturday, mostly cloudy, highs near sixty again right now, overcast in forty five degrees at O'Hare same at the lake. I'm Vic Vaughn in the WGN newsroom. Ready? Join the conversation live whenever. Changes on Chicago's very own seven twenty WGN. From the AllState skyline studio. This is the Steve Cochran show on seven twenty WGN. And. Bye. Thanks. Hade side show number thirteen seventy one one thousand three hundred and seventy one. Some funny wants some regime. Honey on funding from an inside source. Pam just say, no. Earns his lovely camps governor roadster today. Yeah. Because Mary Vandevelde it's gone for the weekend..

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WGN Radio

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"skyline studio" Discussed on WGN Radio

"The mortgage experts team hochburg just search T R A F F, I X Chicago. I'm van developed from the traffic center reminding you to drivers bounce it really is a matter of life or death the WGN forecast meteorologist Tim McGill after a soggy started this morning. Most today is going to be dry the rain ending by about mid morning, and then mostly cloudy skies, Forrest's Pika son here there. Breezy temperatures falling slightly this afternoon after a high near sixty. Sixty eight early today, mostly cloudy and cool tonight down to forty two just a slight chance for spotty shower. Partly to mostly cloudy tomorrow, cooler with a high around fifty nine or sixty degrees. Fifty two degrees. Lakeside Saturday looks to be dry to partly to mostly sunny, sixty five cooler on lakefront Sunday for mother's day, mostly cloudy, a few scattered showers. Nothing terribly heavy a high near sixty Monday, Partly to mostly cloudy with a high again, you're sixty degrees. I'm Tim again from the WGN weather center, light, rain and fog at both airports this morning. It's fifty nine at O'Hare fifty two at the lake I'm Vic Vaughn in the WGN newsroom. Ready to join the conversation live whenever a story changes on Chicago's very own seven twenty WGN. Oh from the AllState skyline studio. This is the Steve Cochran show on seven twenty WGN. And. Good morning. Air. Beautiful day out there. Very swimming. How how's the commute this morning? You look good, by the way, ready. Thank you. I'm ready. Yes. I skied in. I think.

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WGN Radio

10:06 min | 3 years ago

"skyline studio" Discussed on WGN Radio

"At the AllState skyline studio with a Catholic China's she is past president of the Illinois state medical society in this isn't professor of medicine at northwestern Fowler on Twitter at K tiny. You can also visit the medical societies website, I s m s dot org in studio with us as well that John Duffy who is a clinical psychologist. You could hear him on the podcast. It's better his wife, which is saying we shouldn't say, my wife is your third is to Julie Julie that Duffy a podcast called better and along with Heidi Stevens. He also co host the podcast on purpose. And he's all vailable on WGN. Plus only I tunes right now at work on WGN. Plus. Whatever it takes and both regular contributors here WGN radio happy to have him in studio right now. And we were talking a little bit about some of the therapies that folks. Turn to when it comes to depression or suicidal thoughts or suicidal idealization we have on the line squat. Hey, Scott, great to hear from you from eight one five. Hey, thanks for taking my call pay. Michelle. Thank you live here from you. Have you heard anything about hypnotherapy or any reasons why marijuana on the list, I know? The gold tremendously. But. Struggle. I'd be day. And. And. Continues to come in my mind. But I think I'd be selfish. I think to do any about it. But. Throw because all my life revolved around this. Leaping working really chilly. I get up to work, and I don't take care of normal areas 'cause I'm kind of be an isolationist. So. No, it's a lot. No. Absolutely and squad. I'll I'll speak to part of this certainly I have worked with a lot of clients who have pursued hypnotherapy as well as psychotherapy. I am. A fan of combining the two. I find that psychotherapy. There's a lot more research unfamiliar with that supports the efficacy the usefulness of psychotherapy, but but also. Inclined to encourage you to try anything that gets you out and trying something different. That that might move you away from feeling isolated in in your world there and trying something new you know, because. Five minutes dates, and you know, tied times about fire by actor. How long have been saying your doctor this particular doctor for? For ten minutes and enduring the when these feelings started with it before you started seeing this doctor or is it been since your treatment with him. You know, what you know what they've? They've they've they've gotten. It's it's worse. Right. So that's not choice. I have to make I guess which to whether or not you see different treatment. Maybe two. Or seek some some. Yeah. Or somebody new out to offer me different an open mind. I guess. Well, you know. Here that Kathy has. Yes. I certainly always encourage patients to seek a second opinion to get a fresh set of eyes on a problem. And sometimes, you know, it's a relationship issue with your current physician. Sometimes it's six six somebody new has a new approach or different set of lenses that they see your problem. I I don't think it's a bad idea to seek a second opinion. But it's it, you know. You have to keep in mind that the grass is always greener as much as we would like so that you don't get your hopes up on a new doctors gonna fix everything right away. Be realistic. It's it's a chronic long-term problem. And unfortunately, it often requires a chronic long-term solution, and I feel for you. I know it must it must be a hard way to live day in and day out. But please keep keep hope and please keep looking for more solutions. You can't I'm trying you know, I look forward to read as to listen to pay show it's up lifting, and he is the best antidepressant. It is does can you Stalin one thing to hopefully. Mentioned about. Cycle therapies. The quick definition. Yeah. So that's that's what you think of when you think of talk therapy. Right. That's where you're on the couch and the docket sitting on the on the chair, and you talk through the difficulties that you're going through. And that's what I do most of the time. And there's research that would say that the combination of the medication that you're on. And talk therapy is probably the best way to mitigate suicidal thoughts and depression. So I would encourage you to try both. I would absolutely encourage to talk to a therapist psychotherapist. There's a I talked to I taught in talking counselor that not the same thing as well. I would talk to make sure somebody who who's license who is familiar with depression, and suicidal thoughts. Make sure it's somebody who has experience with what you're going through. So that they can relate, and they can help you. Okay. More quickly go. Okay. That's okay. Back to tennis mention. Therapy or something? Yes, exactly electric convulsive therapy. Or better known as shock therapy. They don't do. Obviously might my has. We'll see D And he's doing fine now he's out working here work, but he had to sack. I want. I know the term is obsolete. But and they think her might make my father used to before path that it didn't deserve this. Would you would go on a little bit going to? A little bit about that. Mike condition may be sure. So what it does is it actually induces a seizure? So it what it does is it kind of kind of scrambles in some ways, the the neural pathways within the brain. And so for some people it can almost work like it's resetting like when you think about rebuilding your computer, you turn it back on again. And then, you know, things the connections at form the may form new connections, and they may work better than they did before. So just a simplistic way of putting it so for some people who were medication is not seeming to help sometimes alternates that they can be affective. So it's. Yeah. It's that for signed therapy in a few have other medical conditions. You may not be a candidate. Okay. So something to keep in mind, though, this, of course, I'm, you know, depending on what your doctor who you turn to for further assistance and advice and brother and Trident thankfully times squat. It's always great to hear from you. And I'm glad you shared this with us. I know it's not easy to do. And I think he's speak for a lot of people out there who might be thinking similar things. So you helped answer a lot of questions for listeners to thank you. Thank you, Scott. All right. We'll talk a little bit or I take care out. See you on the screen to be well squats later. Quick break. Here will turn we if if anybody else has any questions or comments, of course, the tech green is open phone lines are open three one two nine eight one seventy two hundred before Dr Duffy goes because again, you have patients early in the morning and data Tinus I make her stay late. But I also I wanna talk because this isn't. Line of like one. We kinda get consumed by an idea, you know, our teenagers. I have a son who's fifteen already taking his PSAT. We can set them up for what's gonna be next as teenagers in this college cheating scandal is not just about the idea that oh, we if you don't get into the right school, but whether or not they should be going to, you know, we should be forcing them into college. A great article, I won't talk about popular mechanics about trade schools, and the stigma that a lot of have I remember even in grade school, my eighth grade teacher. Let's call her missus Jordan because that was her name. She she would do well on a test. She would say what do you want to be a bus driver when you get up? We know what there's no -bility in any job. People have somebody has to do the work. And I just end the thing that made us all mad was and it makes me start to cry. Now is at one of my classmates, Erika her dad was a bus driver. So we were all collectively angry. But he with sing was it even we knew. But yet none of us. I think almost everybody went to grade school with still went to college even in our minds knowing that there is so much value in jobs, and they're a great jobs there. There's there's a need for the skilled trades, and we won't talk about that a little bit. When we come back on seven twenty WGN Patti Vasquez. I'm joined by Dr John and Kathy Tinus, mom, see to have been a doctor too..

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WGN Radio

10:06 min | 3 years ago

"skyline studio" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Gilio here on seven twenty WGN, and we are live in the AllState skyline studio eighteen stories above beautiful downtown Chicago. And it's the overnight show. And I'm Nick Gilio here till five AM Steve percentage has the opening bell at five in the great Steve Cochran at six has your Friday. Morning drive. Our Friday regular features will return next week. And I will announce who is now going to be my producer. That person will begin on Monday morning on the show on officially be my fulltime producer. So looking forward to that three one two nine eight one seven two hundred is a phone number. And we have been talking about weird habits. Or, you know, weird quirks that we all have. And if you would like to jump in three one two nine eight one seven two hundred that's the phone number for talk or text with your admittedly, strange little quirks and habits, and here is Carl on WGN. I Karl Nick Oriole. All right. What's up? I guess this would fall under the category of post nasal drip, my girlfriend when we would go to the show we'd be sitting and watching the movie and every so often she'd be going. She would go. And I never questioned her. I never questioned I didn't wanna know. But she was just constantly going. All didn't have a cold. She wasn't sick or anything. I was later on. I realized she probably had post nasal drip. And she was getting rid of it. Then I had a buddy who also had postnasal, drip. But he did something else. He would make a sound that was like. And I asked him one time I said, what are you doing? He goes on scratching the back of my throat. And I'm going what? And then it dawned on me also that he had post nasal drip. And that was his way to get rid of it the post nasal drip. But he called it scratching his throat. He was with his mouth close. And you know, what I'm saying? I got. Yeah. I have another friend. This is kind of strange his wife had that separating the food on the plate situation. Right. I never watch. Any? I never watch people eat. I look at my plate. I eat my food. I don't people and see what they're doing in their business. Right. It used to drive him nuts because his wife had everything separated on her plate. She would take a little bitty from here a little bit from there a little bit from there, and it just drove him up. He couldn't stand it. He could take it might have triggered his divorce because it because they got a divorce and then one day he confessed to me after I've known this guy for years and years. He said, you know, what? My dad was really impressed with the way you eat. And I said why? And he said, well, he was impressed because you always clean your plate. And I thought well, yeah. When when I take food and put it on my plate, I take the amount that I'm going to consume. And then I can sue that. I ended up with an empty plate because I took as much food as I wanted to eat, and he said, yeah, my dad was really impressed with his family apparently had the habit of piling food on their plate and overdoing it a little bit and going, you know, I took much and then when they would clear the table there'd be leftover food most of their plates. You know, what do you do? What's the deal? What what you just take the amount that you're going to eat? And if you need to take a little more, take a little more. But what's the deal unless it was competitive thing when you have, you know, right? And you wanna get you wanna make sure you get your share? So you pile it on. Right. Right, right. Yeah. I I never had that issue because I don't have a I'm an only child. So I've there was enough food for my parents and for me. And so I think a lot of people eating very in very strange ways or have their eating eating habits and all that stuff. Carl thanks for the call. Join a want to jump in its three one two nine eight one seven two hundred and yeah. So let's let's get to some texts here that have come in. If you guys want to jump in with your weird habits or quirks three one two nine eight one seven two hundred Jason says, my biggest quirk is that I always have to carry two pens in my pocket. For for for me. I'm very very here at work. I have I have a very specific routine that I have to do every time I come in. And I have to set up the studio the way that I want it set up. And. Have the computer in a keyboard and a certain spot if the computer screen in a certain spot the monitor that's on the council they have to have in a certain spot. I have to have my Cup with about twelve thirteen fourteen pens in it. I have to have that at all times. I have to move the phone that I use to take the calls from the callers, I have to move closer than most people have it. So I have to like specifically I have to set up the studio the way that it's set up right now, or I will be very very uncomfortable. If they're, you know, there was a time when we were working over at over at the trip building, and I would use the the the studio on the seventh floor, and I pretty much was the only one I'm I'm pretty much the only one that uses the studio they use they use this studio for. I think I think maybe Williams does this show in here. Sometimes he does he does he does. And then they do podcasts in here. But put, but I'm pretty much the only one that uses the show like on a pretty regular leases the studio 'cause I prefer the studio because the other one has a nice view. It's got a nicer view because you can see the navy pier. And you see the lake and everything I don't care about that. Because this studio was set up almost exactly like the studio on the seventh floor of the trip building. I mean, it's set up almost exactly like it. And the other studio the producers too far away. The producers on the wrong side. I want the producer to my left, and I want to be able to see the producer in any other studio. It's to the right and their way, faraway. They're all the way on the other side of the room. So once I got into the studio, and I looked at it. And they set it up almost exactly like the seventh floor studio, again, I'm very particular about the way the studio was set up and how you know how my stuff is in front of me. And so that's why I started working in the studio when we were working across the the river there at the at the trip, and we were preparing to move here. They basically demolished the studio on the seventh floor and I had to use the showcase studio. Showcase studio was the one that you can see from Michigan avenue. The showcase city was covering glassy were on Michigan avenue. You could see on pioneer court people walk by and outdoor Mike. If you wanted to talk somebody walking down Michigan avenue, you could I was not crazy about that studio. I, you know, I found it to be especially distracting for my guests like if I had guests on they rely. They were live in studio idiots coming up and banging on the window constantly, and I used to be on Saturday nights. And I'd have to use that. And I can't tell you the number of drunks and would come up and smack into the window and all that kind of stuff. So I liked being on the seventh floor away from people. And I'm eleven stories higher here. So I like that even more. But when they demolished the studio for about three weeks, I think it was three weeks a month. I had to use the showcase studio and everything was the opposite of what it was on the seventh floor. And so like, I said, I'm very particular particular about the way I set up the studio it's got to be set up the way, I want it. And the computer was on the wrong side. Nightmare for everything. Yeah. And then so for that three and a half weeks three three and a half weeks almost month that we had to do our show out of the showcase studio. I was like oh God. And then. You know when I came here. The first time I came to the to. Here to just check out the the the the, you know, the space we weren't ready to open yet. But I came in. And I was here and Adam Phillips was one of the guys that help put this whole thing together that helped open up this the space I came in. And I saw this studio and I walked in. I was like this looks exactly like the seventh floor. So I'm taking this studio. That's all there is to it you called dibs on. I did. I did. No, I absolutely did. We actually had to switch stuff around because I call dibs up. I'm not kidding. I'm not kidding. So anyway, but now there's studio setup. Exactly like it. When I get here. You know, other people use the studio, and then they screw it up in my opinion. It's like why do you do that? Why is that over there? Why is this here? So, you know, it takes me a good ten fifteen minutes at the beginning of my shift when my shift, but when I get here because I usually get here a couple of hours or an hour and a half before the show set everything up, and here the way, I want it set up in a very particular about that. And that's a habit. That's that's one of my weird quirks. What am I wear work works? And I have to have my Cup full of pens. I have a pen. I always will have a pen and my Johnny Carson pencil. My my the tonight show with Johnny Carson pencil with the two with an eraser on each side. Because those were that's how Johnny Carson had it. So that's I have that in front of me at all times. So. Yeah. Because I'm a weirdo. You wanna talk about quirks? Weird weird. I'm very very weird work quirks here. It's at at the station. So three one two nine eight hundred seven two hundred what are your weird habits and weird quirks? Here's Joanna WGN. Hi, joanne. Hi, nice son is ambidextrous. And if he has to write multiple lines. He will right. The first time and then sleek is right. The second one which is left and so on until he's finished leading trading asked him know why? And he said he likes to cheer on his mind. Okay. All right. That's kinda strange. So is he okay? Alright, joanne. Thank you. Yeah. Three one two nine eight hundred seven two hundred is the phone number..

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"skyline studio" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"skyline studio" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Mayor Vanderbilt WGN traffic central and the WGN forecast meteorologist, Tim McGill. Dangerous record breaking cold on the way ill arrive here during the day to day, but will feel especially tomorrow morning and Thursday morning. Windchill advisories and affect six o'clock this evening. Once it expires immediately. We've got a Wichaworn go into effect at six o'clock tonight will last to noon on Thursday, partly to mostly cloudy force, stay bluster. A few flurries are few light snow showers and with some gusty west winds. We could see areas of blowing snow reducing visibilities and afternoon. High around three degrees wind chills today around fifteen thirty below flurries early tonight and partly cloudy. Bitter cold record-breaking Cole could get down at twenty six below in the outlying areas. Twenty one below in the loop wind chills tonight down around forty to fifty below partly to mostly sunny. Tomorrow, breezy, bitter, called a high of thirteen blow that'd be a record cold all-time high for Chicago thirty to fifty blows what will feel like? At times tomorrow Thursday, partly to mostly sunny, bitter, cold we recover to about two in the afternoon, but wind chills early in the day thirty five to forty five below snow possible early Friday, just a dusting. They're mostly cloudy twenty warming up for the weekend. Thirty-seven I've Saturday partly to mostly cloudy forty s by Sunday. I'm Tim from the WGN weather center white snowfall at both airports feels like twenty below at O'Hare real temp of one of their four above downtown. I'm Vic Vaughn in the WGN newsroom. Ready to join the conversation live whenever story changes on Chicago's very own seven twenty WGN. Afraid. The AllState skyline studio this is the Steve Cochran show on seven twenty WGN. Six. Colder tonight. Talk about Chicago public schools never close the closer tomorrow yesterday. That's a big deal and shamburg is still climbing. She can't come to work. She's Mexico for saying, quote, unquote, stuck Dave it is where's Dave enemies in Maryland had a game night against the Terrapins Sunday. They were afraid to snow on Monday. Yeah. So.

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"skyline studio" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"skyline studio" Discussed on WGN Radio

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Medical Marijuana Expansion Bill Allows Cannabis As Opioid Alternative

Wintrust Business Lunch with Steve Bertrand

06:10 min | 4 years ago

Medical Marijuana Expansion Bill Allows Cannabis As Opioid Alternative

"Here you know the governor earlier this week signed a Bill to expand the medical marijuana experiment in, Chicago which is a big deal because governor Rauner by and large has not been I don't want, to say he's been a big. Supporter of the program, but he's. Not been big when it comes to expanding it in and he certainly did this. Week and it has to do, with opioid deaths almost two thousand people died of opioid deaths in Illinois in two thousand sixteen seventy two thousand around the country and the governor is going to allow medical. Marijuana to be used in replace of what. In. Percocet vicodin Oxycontin and things like that What do you make of the governor's move Well I think it is an. Interesting approach to thinking about the opioid epidemic the idea presumably is that a significant component of the opioid epidemic reflects people who develop problems with opioid addiction after receiving prescriptions from their physician for. Any number of things that might require opiates and the idea is that if you can use an alternative, to opiates to help manage those patients symptoms perhaps you can minimize some of the addiction and some the. Problem that, we're seeing that a good assumption I mean how big of? A, problem does come from prescriptions. From doctors well that's a really good question I think that we're just really now learning more about How the epidemic has developed and there are some data that show that some people develop. Addiction problems, after receiving, prescriptions but but someday to show that there's really not a lot of. People, in fact there was a recent study that was published looking at people. Who hadn't been hadn't been using opiates and had some kind of procedure and were prescribed opiates and it turned out that less than one percent of the people who had prescriptions developed problems so. It's a little bit unclear if that's gonna make a big difference in the opioid crisis or where all, of this is coming from and I think the thing for me that's so important about all this and. Raising awareness, is the need for us to know more about it we? Need, we really we really need. More research on who's who's developing problems why they're developing Problems and what is their pathway to that issue so even if it isn't going to alleviate a greatly alleviate the opioid crisis when it. Comes to addiction could you make the argument that it's still medical marijuana is still overall a safer and perhaps maybe not more effective but at. Least a. Safer and, effective replacement for these drugs or do we not even, know that yet Well I think, those are two different questions in terms of the safety issues you know. They're they're they're they're really guests from marijuana alone is highly unlikely we've seen it happened probably in. Kids so at their children are, more susceptible to that kind of extreme, problem but so in in that respect perhaps maybe medical marijuana is, safer, the question about efficacy though I think is an unanswered question and that's in my opinion where we need really a. Lot more work there's some good data that shows that medical marijuana helps improve, nausea in patients who are, receiving chemotherapy it helps adults with chronic pain and it helps adults with multiple sclerosis and some of the specificity issues, there's emerging data about its use I but I don't think? We have great data about whether or not Not marijuana's better than an opiate, for say you. Know an orthopedic. Procedure like if you, broke, your bone and had had a, surgery that way so that I think there's a lot of questions about. Efficacy that remain and you know marijuana maybe safer in some ways and opiates but there's there's huge. Problems with marijuana to you can, have marijuana abuse that's a that's a problem there's you know all kinds of issues related to marijuana use, in, pregnancy and its impact on the unborn child or young children so There's just a lot of unanswered questions so those of us who know nothing about it but has strong. Opinions You. Know well this is obviously the doctors were over prescribing this whole. Thing these opioids they're giving about like candy you seem to be making the case that that's not necessarily true I would like to say that, I don't think we entirely know when you look, when you look at when you look at the NIH website when you look at a lot, of reputable websites there is definitely, this contention that a lot of prescription prescribing patterns have led to this issue and I'm, not necessarily refuting that but what I am trying, to bring awareness to is the fact that if we us. If we sort of pivot how we do, things we need to really think carefully about what, we're pivoting to and if we're. Pivoting to the right, thing we don't know a lot about. Medical marijuana yet. And we need. To learn more if we do pivot it's going to be a big. Pivotal seems like right there. Were forty two thousand patients are approved. Now in the medical marijuana program in Illinois last year about two point Three million. Patients received opioid. Painkiller prescriptions so it has the ability to to dramatically expand the medical. Marijuana experiment in this state Yeah potentially potentially a. Could I think. That, that's to, be

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LeBron James Wears Shorts With His Suit

Frank Fontana

04:15 min | 4 years ago

LeBron James Wears Shorts With His Suit

"Well here. The ones who are usually handing The, sitting, down now if they stand. Up, sometimes generally they don't but it's usually You know you probably, drive it home So you're not. Watching these, two gentlemen in the morning I know exactly what you're talking about it and it's interesting because I would guess that some people like anchors and sports guys don't even wear suit paints. Because I remember I did a did a TV spot Fox Sports news show, and Tom Waddell was one of the co hosts Anton had jeans he had like a suit jacket and tie had a pair of jeans shorts on at one point Because they don't have to stand, up right now folks. You have cancer and like it might be in, the evening I'm. Usually not at home to watch the weather in the evening but it's an early in the morning Starting five six seven eight hundred Standing there and they just looks so silly because they. All are dressed the same way it, looks like it's a new suit but it looks like, it belongs on a little boy and, I just want to say guys look at a mirror to have your, mother, dressed, you again Thanks Margaret take care have, a good have a good day see now when I'm watching Dan as. You know when. I'm watching weather in. The morning it's Tracy Butler So it's not Don't care what these other guys are weird because I'm gonna watch Tracy Butler. Men to that so always wonderful look and she dressed fantastically. All the time so you had mentioned that. Other shorts thing there's a big hubbub because during the NBA finals is a. Team building exercise LeBron James asked the Cavaliers to all wear, suits with shorts so they were all wearing soup pants that had been cut tailored tailored. To. Be sure yes Let's let's seems a little weird to me yes so. But it it it created great debates because the NBA players are by far the most fashion. Forward of all your sport oh there's no question about there. Was a lot of people questioning whether it. Was the right route to go or not to go and get caused major. Debates tells major debates shorts suits that were tailored to be, short correct so they were it wasn't like he was wearing George Senate a suit and, tie Now we're okay let me ask you this was the suit The. Suit jacket and the shirt long? Sleeve. They, were yes okay. So it was, a false full-sleeve yes okay Tai. Whole thing. But the short the. Pants were short right They were short short-sleeved, yeah Sleeveless that would that's. A good fashion? Faux by you know what if you're going to anywhere besides, work wear long sleeve shirt that's that's. The thing I can. Understand, 'cause my, get hot, no no weddings no one no one of my favorite. Lines ever in the. Simpsons Is? When they're going? To an event or something I can't remember what it is, but homework comes downstairs he's got a. Tie short sleeved shirt. And, Marge is, like you, can't wear that Homer and he goes sipowicz does it She's like what you you can't do, that go back upstairs, and change and then he goes I wish I. Was sipowicz For those of you. Don't remember, NYPD blue, that was Dennis FRANZ. Is characters name and he, did wear short-sleeved shirts, with ties all the time Sipowicz does it All right. Let's break here, we got a we got news coming up and then we'll jump back into this topic, because you know. I'm so fashionable I am. A fashion plate it goes David. Bowie than me That's how it works Let's take a break Welcome back everybody how you doing the kajillions here on seven twenty WGN We. Are live. In. The AllState skyline studio here we're in studio this morning The overlooking the lake here and we're..

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