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Betty White suffered a stroke 6 days before she died

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 4 months ago

Betty White suffered a stroke 6 days before she died

"Some some new new details details about about the the cause cause of of Betty Betty white's white's death death on on new new year's year's eve eve thirty thirty one one to to death death certificate certificate has has been been released released and and it it says says the the veteran veteran performer performer had had a a stroke stroke just just six six days days before before she she died died the the treasured treasured star star of of the the golden golden girls girls and and the the Mary Mary Tyler Tyler Moore Moore show show at at what what the the coroner's coroner's office office calls calls a a cerebral cerebral vascular vascular accident accident on on Christmas Christmas day day and and that that Clinger Clinger live live on on new new year's year's eve eve at at age age ninety ninety nine nine the the document document says says the the actor actor was was cremated cremated and and his his remains remains were were given given this this past past Friday Friday to to the the man man in in charge charge of of her her advance advance health health care care directive directive what what would would have have turned turned one one hundred hundred next next week week I'm I'm Oscar Oscar wells wells Gabriel Gabriel some some new new details details about about the the cause cause of of Betty Betty white's white's death death on on new new year's year's eve eve thirty thirty

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"tyler moore" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:48 min | 4 months ago

"tyler moore" Discussed on KOMO

"The Golden Girls but she was also well known as the happy homemaker Sue Ann nivens on the Mary Tyler Moore show here waxing about snow Considered one single snowflake alone So delicate so fragile So in theory I get it And then a billion of them come together to the majestic force of nature They can screw up a whole city Feel well that work that's what happened here this week White was also known for her fierce animal advocacy spending years on the board of the Los Angeles zoo Betty White was 99 Commodus type 7 40 and from the Beacon plumbing sports desk all right now we're watching one final college bowl game for the day and it's a big one the orange bowl with number two Michigan versus number three Georgia Right now the fourth quarter is Georgia 34 Michigan three The cougars bring their season to a difficult end to come as Ryan Harris has more at the Tony the Tiger sun bowl in El Paso Texas central Michigan university stepping in to make the game happen for the Washington state cougars and it was the chippewas jumping out to a 21 nothing lead at half time Coogs mounted a second half comeback but a field goal was the difference for the chippewas as they get past the kooks 24 21 Other college bowl games today number one Alabama and number four Cincinnati and the cotton bowl Bama with the win 27 6 Wake forest wins the gator bowl over Rutgers 38 to ten Kraken have lost four straight They take the night off and resume Saturday at climate pledge arena with another visit from Vancouver and the Seahawks final home game is Sunday with the Detroit Lions kick-off is at.

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Michael Anton Says Liberal Attitude Is 'You'll Get Nothing and Like It'

The Dan Bongino Show

01:35 min | 9 months ago

Michael Anton Says Liberal Attitude Is 'You'll Get Nothing and Like It'

"Of the left. So, Michael, I was thinking to you with this Texas heartbeat bill, not a particularly radical bill. If an infant has a heartbeat, you know, let the infant live. I mean, there's really nothing radical about it left. This, of course hate that. It's a death cult, a culture of death, and they've lost their minds. And it reminded me of your piece in the American mind. And one of the things you had in there was The smells exhortation. You'll get nothing and you'll like it how the Democrats claim to be all in it for democracy. And yet when we vote for things like saving human lives like No, no Democracy is no good. Get rid of that democracy crab just for listeners who don't remember. So there's a famous movie in 1980 called Caddyshack one of the great comedies of all time, and There's a character named Judge Smails. He's sort of the villain played by Ted Knight. You know, from the Mary Tyler Moore Show that sort of distinguished, white haired comic actor and as they're walking, you know, I'd like the ninth hole. To get a sandwich on the golf course. His obnoxious nephew Spalding starts listing all the things he wants. Its male smacks him on the back of the head and says, You'll get nothing and like it right. It's one of the great lines of the movie. Now, the I I use that because that seems to be the attitude of the ruling class toward Deplorables, right. We're going to make sure that you get nothing If you vote on something will overturn it. You know, Whatever policy we put in place is going to benefit the coast and screw the middle and and here's the thing. You can't complain about it. If you complain about it will just treat You needed more harshly. You have to love the fact that you're ruled by people who hate you and never listen to you and never give you anything. You gotta not just not just accept your inferiority. You've got to be enthused about it. That's

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Actor Ed Asner of 'Mary Tyler Moore' Fame Dies at Age 91

Mojo In The Morning

00:51 sec | 9 months ago

Actor Ed Asner of 'Mary Tyler Moore' Fame Dies at Age 91

"Legendary actor. Ed asner passed away yesterday at the age of ninety one. He's the old man from up best before the helium leaks out of balloons under the falls when that. Perhaps we're not getting to the fall. Definitely most famous for playing the very grumpy lou grant on the mary tyler moore show in the seventies he had more than three hundred acting credits on his imdb. I mean the guy did so much stuff he was santa clause in elva with will ferrell legacy you because suddenly just dropped down to zero old. Is he ninety one. His family his daughters wrote a release tribute to a ninety one. Actually even all the way till the anti look the same. Yeah just kind of look like the same guy

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"tyler moore" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

04:03 min | 9 months ago

"tyler moore" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"He was for so many a cultural touchstone both from a pop and political standpoints six. Oh eight now. Northern colorado's voice one of three one thirteen ten. Kfi a mornings with gail via the auto collision specialists studios this asner. The burly and prolific character actor who became a star in middle age has the gruff but oh so lovable newsmen. Lou grant i in the hit comedy the mary tyler moore show and then later of course in the drama lou. Grant died just yesterday at the age of ninety one now as representative according to a piece by sarla zia out of associated press confirmed the actor's death in an email to the a p as there's official twitter account included a note from his kids. It said we're sorry to say that. Our beloved patriarch passed away on this morning peacefully. Words cannot express the sadness we feel with a kiss on. Your head could night dad. We love you built like the football. Linemen he once was the balding. Asner was a journeyman actor in films and tv when he was hired in. Nineteen seventy to play lou grant on the mary. Tyler moore show and for seven seasons. He was the rumpled rather cranky boss to moore's always sunshiny mary richards. He called her mary. By the way as you remember she called him. Mr grant at the fictional minneapolis minneapolis tv. Newsroom where both of them were to later. He would a play that role. Reprised that role for five years on lou grant now as there's character on the very first episode of mary tyler moore when he told marian. You probably remember this. If you're a fan of the cell. He told marian their initial meeting. You've got spunk. I hate spunk. The inspired cast included. Ted knight inches. Ted baxter the rather dimwitted news anchor gavin macleod. As murray slaughter the sarcastic news writer betty white says the manipulative rather sex obsessed home show hostess. Suen nevins valerie harper closely chaman playing. Mary's neighbors both saw their characters spun off into their own shows. Sadly asner is the third mary. Tyler moore alumni to die in recent months leach. Men died in january macleod. Died in may the ninety nine year old. Betty white is the lone surviving main cast member from mary. Tyler moore now mary. Tyler moore was still a kit. When edna asner decided to pursue other interests so it was brought to an end in the seventh season with a hilarious finale in which all of the principals were fired. It's broadcast news. All them were fired except for the bumbling baxter asner went immediately into lou grant his character moving from minneapolis to los angeles to become the city editor of the tribune crusading newspaper under the firm. Hand of publisher margaret pin. John memorably played by nancy marchand as and three best supporting actor emmys on the mary. Tyler moore show two best actor awards on lou grant. He also won emmys for his role in the miniseries. Rich man poor man that ran from one thousand nine hundred seventy five seventy six and routes ran from seventy six to seventy seven. He had more than three hundred acting credits. Active throughout his seventies and eighties in a variety of film and tv roles..

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Ed Asner: Lou Grant and Up Actor Dies Aged 91

The Howie Carr Show

00:47 sec | 9 months ago

Ed Asner: Lou Grant and Up Actor Dies Aged 91

"News Television icon has died. Foxes RICH Dead, Ihsan reports Ed Asner won more Emmys in his decades long career than any other male actor. His biggest claim to fame was his Lou Grant on the Mary Tyler Moore Show in the seventies. You know what? You got spunk? Well, I hate spunk in 1977. He was given his own Lou Grant spinoff show. Are you going to tell me that you have any doubts at all? Is somebody with my experience can't hold down a job in your city room. The younger generation might recognize Asner as the voice of the main character in the Academy Award winning cartoon film up That's nice kids. He had a renowned career on stage, even playing FDR and one man show in 2001 Ed Asner receive The screen Actors Guild

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Actor Ed Asner, TV's blustery Lou Grant, dies at 91

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 9 months ago

Actor Ed Asner, TV's blustery Lou Grant, dies at 91

"Actor ed Asner has died at the age of ninety one I marches are a letter with a look at his career you've got **** well things worked out differently ed Asner would have been a newsman he studied journalism at the university of Chicago until professor told him there was no money in it as mere is best known role was as Lou grants both on the Mary Tyler Moore show and on the drama Lou grant he was Santa in the film elf and the voice of Carl in the animated movie up as nurse said in a nineteen ninety five a P. interview even if people thought of him as Lou grant he had found his niche in barber's LPAR

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Ed Asner, Award-Winning Actor Who Played Lou Grant, Dies at 91

WGN Programming

00:19 sec | 9 months ago

Ed Asner, Award-Winning Actor Who Played Lou Grant, Dies at 91

"Legendary actor Ed Asner is dead, his family says a 91 year old best known for his character, Lou Grant, on the Mary tell our more Shero died surrounded by loved ones. Asner won several Emmy Awards for playing grand on the Mary Tyler Moore Show, and then later on his own TV show. Lou

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Actor Ed Asner, TV's Blustery Lou Grant, Dies at 91

Leo Laporte

00:14 sec | 9 months ago

Actor Ed Asner, TV's Blustery Lou Grant, Dies at 91

"Actor Ed Asner has died, his family says A 91 year old was best known for his character, Lou Grant on the Mary Tyler Moore Show in Santa Claus in the holiday Classic movie Elf. He died surrounded by loved ones. Asner was 91.

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Actor Gavin Macleod Dies at 90-Years-Old`

Your Health with Dr. Joe Galati

00:12 sec | 1 year ago

Actor Gavin Macleod Dies at 90-Years-Old`

"Years old and also formidable actor mostly known for his TV work. Gavin Macleod died in California at age 90 Best remembers for his roles on the Kale's Navy Mary Tyler Moore show and, of

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Gavin MacLeod, 'Love Boat' captain, dies at 90

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 1 year ago

Gavin MacLeod, 'Love Boat' captain, dies at 90

"Actor Gavin macleod has died at his home in palm desert California at the age of ninety according to a stepdaughter I marches are a letter with a look at his career given the club was an unknown actor for more than a decade before he got the part is TV writer Marie slaughter on the Mary Tyler Moore show he originally went for the part of Lou grants but realized he was wrong for the part macleod had also addition for Archie bunker in all in the family but realized he was wrong for that to the club's other major role was captain stooping on the love boat he became so known for that role that he titled his autobiography this is your captain speaking

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Gavin MacLeod, 'Love Boat' Captain, Dies at 90

Ken Broo

00:22 sec | 1 year ago

Gavin MacLeod, 'Love Boat' Captain, Dies at 90

"Gavin Macleod has passed away, which introduced myself. I'm captain Stupid. Get in the cloud Born Allen George C. In New York, He played the beloved news writer Murray on the Mary Tyler Moore Show. And Captain Stubing on the Love boat. Gavin Cloud was 90 and he had been sick for some time.

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Gavin MacLeod of 'The Love Boat' and 'Mary Tyler Moore' dies at age 90

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:16 sec | 1 year ago

Gavin MacLeod of 'The Love Boat' and 'Mary Tyler Moore' dies at age 90

"From the Mary Tyler Moore show to the love boat must be rewarding to see me reduced to a quivering hope. No, not at all. So please, I know the crew was enjoying this saying we rolling over and playing dead after Gavin Macleod has died at the age of

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"tyler moore" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"tyler moore" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Mary Tyler Moore Show. The veteran actor died early Saturday morning at his home in Palm Desert, California. Caltrans will soon close lanes of the Golden State Freeway in Burbank for bridge construction beginning Tuesday and continuing for three weeks. All South bound lanes of the five will be shut down from San Fernando Boulevard to Magnolia Boulevard, so crews can place 90 FT girders above the freeway. A man is hospitalized after allegedly stealing a gun from a police car. Chowchilla Please say the man broke into the car behind the department building. The department says At least one officer fired a gun at the man. And and the bullet hit him. The unidentified man was flown to the hospital. That was a quick look at the latest news. I'm rel well belong from the I Heart radio newsroom. Sacramento traffic checking KFBK traffic Still seeing quite Rhodes, eastbound, 80 and 50 from Davis to downtown's only 15 minutes to get through. But looking at your ride, traveling from the airport to downtown Sacramento, South bound five the way to go only nine minutes to get through Not too much to worry about. So good news on that front, outbound 99 between Elk Grove and Stockton. About 31 minutes of pretty average on that and eastbound 80 just after trucks all road in Sacramento. You do have what appears to be some kind of crash. Blocking the two right lanes appears to be some kind of road rage incident. The CHP is heading to the scene. All then. Jacob News 93.1 kfbk Now Sacramento weather Clear skies overnight. Low 53 to.

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Gavin MacLeod, 'Love Boat' Captain, Dies at 90

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:17 sec | 1 year ago

Gavin MacLeod, 'Love Boat' Captain, Dies at 90

"Has died, he played captain Merrill Stubing on the Love Boat and Marie Slaughter on the Mary Tyler Moore Show running here, a telegraph office in a guy by the station and right away. He acts like he owns it. He was 90 years old, All

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Gavin MacLeod, 'Love Boat' Captain, Dies at 90

News, Traffic and Weather

00:19 sec | 1 year ago

Gavin MacLeod, 'Love Boat' Captain, Dies at 90

"The news writer. On the Mary Tyler Moore Show. Hurry. No, I know just what you're gonna say. Would you write a speech for kids? Hell, Mary, I I I love Macleod was 90 years old. You're listening to ABC news. People buy government dot com Have you heard a recent

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Gavin MacLeod, ‘Love Boat’ Captain, Dies at 90

Howie Carr

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

Gavin MacLeod, ‘Love Boat’ Captain, Dies at 90

"News televisions. Gavin Macleod, who was 90 died at home in Palm Desert, California, says Variety ABC NEWS Entertainment correspondent Bill Deal With a look back on Macleod's career, Gavin Macleod is best remembered for two television shows on the Mary Tyler Moore Show. He was Murray, the news writer. Just what you're gonna say I'm married. Tyler Moore Macleod went straight to it became Macleod signature role on Captain Stubing. While critics dismissed the love boat is shallow, Macleod once told me dine out with called mindless television. But a lot of people want mind with television. Gavin Macleod enjoyed his TV fame. No matter where I go, he said, to some people, I Murray, but it's mostly the captain. Bill Diehl. ABC

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Biden to Meet With Putin on June 16 in Switzerland

Monocle 24: The Globalist

01:50 min | 1 year ago

Biden to Meet With Putin on June 16 in Switzerland

"Now. The russian leader vladimir putin and his us counterpart biden will meet in geneva on june the sixteenth off. The back of biden's european tour nuclear arms control be high on the agenda echoing meeting held in the city in one thousand nine hundred eighty five when ronald reagan and mikhail gorbachev met talk about arms control and at which they developed a personal rapport. Joining me from burn is editorial director. Tyler relay and from our zero studio. Wanna call security correspondent. Ben is log Good morning to you. Tyler moore ingredient now. There are no huge expectations for the outcome of this meeting but the one country that comes out as a winner will be switzerland. Why is it important to geneva to host these tools jersey and this is a story which has been circulating for a while. it's no great secret of course Prog within in the running for the summit a couple of other cities along the way but it's been circulating in the swiss press geneva wanted us. They wanted it very badly into your question. Geneva has been slightly dented. The city sees that its reputation home of multi-lateralism somewhat scarred Because of course it doesn't really control the narrative from many of the organization. It hosts so if you look at of course the past year and a half an organization like the who for example which sits in geneva of course has been in the headlines almost daily. I'm often for for the right reasons so even like listening this morning to the mayor of geneva certainly other politicians from the city. They see this as a very important reset moment the city. How does the city reestablish itself as a home of multi-lateralism and of course getting to bed to go with

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"tyler moore" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:17 min | 1 year ago

"tyler moore" Discussed on WGN Radio

"For nearly a decade, Viewers got to experience a journey aboard a cruise ship with some of the biggest and brightest stars of the day and beyond, nearly every Saturday night and to talk about that time in television history. Gavin Macleod joins us tonight. Kevin. Thank you for joining us. Hi, Dave. It's great to be with you. Well, thank you for being here. Gavin. Now you start on two of the biggest shows of the 19 seventies. Let's start with the Mary Tyler Moore show. How did you get the part of Murray? Well, I had just come home. I was in the Yugoslavia doing Kelly's heroes, which is a very popular film with a lot of guys. So don Rickles again until he Savalas and yeah, and blind play with Donald Sutherland basically in the tanks. So we just returned from that wonderful run. And that we were rehearsing Cara Shell. I was doing bigger and Carol Carousel on my agent calls has said Mary Tyler Moore is doing a pilot and they want to see you. I said how great I love her. And he said, so I'll have them send you the scripts. I said terrific, Alex. So they sent me to scripts. The pilot. And then wrote his mother, So I read them both. And they really not be out. I said this writing is something else. And then that had on the cover of the first page, Gavin the part of Lou Grant rights, Right, Right, So I started reading it with Lou Grant in mind and no, no, no, I wouldn't believe myself in that. No, I don't. You do one believe myself. Nobody else would. I wouldn't believe myself is Ted Baxter. But this little guy, Murray, you know, I I think maybe I could do something with him, even though he's not the biggest parties. The third guy that didn't bother bay. I just thought I could really do something with this character. And so I went in to see Producers. Full line. It's the first female vice president of a big network, and she really fought to get that show up by the way, and I did all the little grand meetings and we had a wonderful time and I had my hand on the door and I said, You know, you guys I really like the part of Murray Slaughter. You do because I was doing guest star big roles, and they didn't think about me for that. I said, Yeah, I think I can, and Jim said, Can you read? I said Sure, three, so I read for it, and I got some laughs. And I said, Well, good luck with the show, you know. And then I went out and I ran it at as though he was pacing back and forth. Mm. But the rehearsal and about three hours later, my agent comes over and he waves to me and so we had a break. I said, What's up, Alex? And he said they want you to do the marry Tyler Moore pilot. I said, Oh, wow, Is that fabulous? What part? He said? I don't know. Is there a guy named Murray and that said That sure is, And that was the beginning of that. Wow. And did you first of all you keep running into all these bald guys? Obviously that you're doing business with rough here's between wrinkles and everybody. Did Ted, get on the show. Now? Was that a recommendation by your last one cast? Yeah. Ted Baxter was supposed to be a young guy. Okay?.

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Cloris Leachman dies at 94: 'The Mary Tyler Moore Show' actress won Oscar, Emmys

Chad Benson Show

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

Cloris Leachman dies at 94: 'The Mary Tyler Moore Show' actress won Oscar, Emmys

"Woman. Oscar and Emmy winning character actress Poorest Leachman died. She want a best supporting actress Oscar for Her role in The Last Picture show also appeared in three Mel Brooks movies, including an unforgettable Turn and Young Frankenstein. I am Paul Brujo. Cloris Leachman want an Emmy for portraying Phyllis Lindstrom on the first five seasons of the Mary Tyler Moore Show? Her longtime manager say she died in her sleep. Cloris Leachman was 94 You're listening to ABC News.

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Cloris Leachman, Emmy and Oscar Winner, Dies at 94

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 1 year ago

Cloris Leachman, Emmy and Oscar Winner, Dies at 94

"A veteran academy award winning actor has died Cloris Leachman won an Oscar for her portrayal of a lonely housewife in the last Picture Show and this twenty eleven Associated Press interview she said she loved doing the work of an actor acting is partly being a detective so it's fun to sort it out figure it out see who's in the hall of the people are and figure out what to do great fun Leachman could also make people laugh as she did in the role of Phyllis the neighbor on the Mary Tyler Moore show she says in this two thousand nine clip doing comedy is serious business you have to really mean it or want it or do it you know you have to give it your all publicist says Cloris Leachman died in her sleep of natural causes she was ninety four years old I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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"tyler moore" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

04:42 min | 1 year ago

"tyler moore" Discussed on Pantheon

"He look what he question brings up these questions. Because what is he. They say he has a so. My car is snow. You guys his co. For is what do you mean. He has a soul. It's horrifying i will say. This is an all life on this planet made of water. Ooh that's true. I mean that's a good point. That's very mic drp. we're done. We're like seventy percent water. He's like ninety eight percent water. So because i'm sure there's some gravel and stuff in there one percent button true. That's he gets his. He gets his twenty three and me back and it's like he's ever water two percent coal one percent button and he goes and he goes funny. I would've thought. I have a little carrot in me. It's not it's weird that's weird You know what. I'll say this. I i don't i come alive when i wear a hat but that's just because i looked much more festive and fancy and a hat. Yes you look. You look dashing. I just i love it. I mean yeah so may i mean we all kind of come alive and a hat right sure. Do you think it's all hats like you know how. When mary tyler moore her hat in the air just freezes. That's right she just sits there point and then they fade out and then go into the episode but like she frees me. I it fades out. They go into the episode because then when she when the hat falls back down on her head then she can start moving again. I made a video. That was a parody of that where a woman threw a hat in the air and froze and then and then three months later unfroze. Ncaa to awkwardly. Walk over and pick up the hat from fallen. Unfortunately most people were not familiar with the mary. Tyler moore show and so like most of the stuff i wrote. People chuckled politely. But didn't really understand what was going on. I was i was very proud of that joke. So the other question. I have is brought up here. But then noticeably not remarked on is there must have been some magic in that old silk hat. They found right. Did they find this hat..

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A Utopian Life  -  Is It Possible? Experiment vs. Reality

Talk, Tales and Trivia

04:54 min | 1 year ago

A Utopian Life - Is It Possible? Experiment vs. Reality

"Well let me start out. By saying that dystopia n- fiction is kind of like science fiction. It's that are happening. That really could maybe perhaps happen. Like a world war or some kind of something that is apocalyptic and so that kind of thing can happen perhaps okay but utopian fiction is the exact opposite and it is something of a perfect world that we want to be in from the merriam webster dictionary we find this definition proposing or advocating ideal social and political schemes and one who believes in the perfection of human society. Well utopias work in two ways walking away from the extreme happiness of a utopia to perhaps find something better. Whatever that is or to walk away from an apocalyptic dystopia in life for the happiness and hope of a utopian life that is better but what is the utopian life. I am careful to note that. It is known that karl marx and frederick engels have studied a utopian way of life to some extent in the form of communism but first let's begin by finding out about what a utopia really is. Well you really is. Happiness and hope perhaps built on someone else's misery or knowing happiness by seeing or imagining the opposite. Well that sounds okay right. A lot of utopian concepts include simplifying. Human life sounds okay to being more in touch with religion or nature. Yep that sounds okay. Social improvement again sounds okay a visionary dreamlike ideal of political and social systems. That sounds okay to well. Utopia is often defined as a place of ideal perfection especially in law's government and social conditions a utopia described as an imaginary remote place. That's right and perhaps it has an impossible ideal of being visionary from the website classical wisdom dot com. I find this ever since there were people and places there has been desire for other different people and ideal perfect places. And what is this website talking about. They're talking about utopia such an important word and it means so much and our society today a word that has its origins and ancient greece which has a translation meeting of no place. Everything is a place but not utopia. Utopia is an imagined place of perfection. Don't forget that it's something that we strive for. Dust being there is no place such as this while writer sir thomas more was a philosophical genius and knew that he must be open to the idea of there being a better place or at least proving that there is no utopia no good place. In other words you see the word. Utopia is greek and was developed and fifteen sixteen. So when coming up with this concept of no place sir. Thomas more was having fun and poking a little fun and playing where the definition of a good place or no place meaning. No place is really perfect. The earliest generic use of utopia was for an imaginary and indefinitely. Remote place like an island kind of the current use of utopia referring to an ideal place or society was inspired by tyler. Moore's description the dreaming of a better world is almost as old as the world itself. We all have that dream even today as humans. We always desire better. Don't we i know i do. Let's look at what some of these concepts of utopia really are well and utopia. There is nothing private anywhere. The doors and the people's houses are open to anyone who wants to enter them the utopians either meals and public and where they all eat is in common place. It is a capital offense to engage in private discussions about public affairs and the business of politics can only be done and public

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"tyler moore" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

06:42 min | 1 year ago

"tyler moore" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Object like me. You can bet As sure as you. Something's gotta give. Something's gotta give something's gotta w g N radio. Yes, of course. It's Sammy Davis Jr was actually his last hit on Reprieve is in 1968 got to number 11 on the pop charts. 54 years ago tonight in 1966 spotted Sammy was making a cameo appearance on Batman. Yeah, maybe you remember it. I know you remember Tom Recent. Still standing is the current book My journey from the streets and saloons to the stage in Sinatra. Too Great. Read. There's Lincoln rally dot net to the book. Yeah, the hours going by just too quickly. But I promised I would defer to you. And that takes us to Randy from Shorewood, Illinois. Welcome to WG and radio. Hey, Good evening, everybody. It's an honor. Hello? Hey, Randy. What's up? Tom, I remember you on David Letterman. You were my favorite person, and Mary Tyler Moore were always my favorite by two questions is The very last time you're on David Letterman, you forgot to explain or tell a story about Frank Sinatra. Was that true? You know, David, you know they normally preinterview, you and Ted light on all the talk shows. You know, I did, like 50. David Letterman shows. In fact, he even let me host the show when he had the shingles and they would pre interview you and the like. So you had funny stories to tell. But David would almost always not go to those questions. He would come out of the blue from everywhere. You know, I always had to be on your toes when you did. David Letterman showcase it. David's one of my best buddies in the whole world, but I always say if you were in trouble on the Johnny Carson show selling, you were telling a story and it didn't go anywhere. Johnny would throw you a life jacket. He'd pull you out of with money. If you were going into the dumper on David show, he'd throw you an anchor. I never got around to the story that I was going to tell you that casual Okay like Mary Tyler Moore, her last time she was on Tom. She did not say a dirty joke, and she always told jokes on that show. Dion, I thought maybe both you guys to the same thing. Theo. It's some similar. Secondly, my last question. My second my grandma, Second cousin left Chicago and he was a drummer for Frank's not for 15 years. I keep forgetting his name because my uncle that's still alive in Carolina. He tells me it like every so often tells me but he's from they want they want a trip to go to Vegas. And the Bass player and the piano player left and he stayed out there in Frank's not for picked him up, and I'm totally amazed by that day. Well, Yeah, well, you don't drink it when I was with Frank Earth. Cotler was his stomach for years and another guy named Greg Fields later. But when I was, but you know, Frank Frank had done a few shows before I met him. I heard the 14 years He was in the business of 62 years, right? Exactly. I miss David Letterman. I really do it. It's so I heard your voice on the radio. I go. It's gotta be him and that once you set about Frank's not Tom, I kept called the old number and it didn't. They kept hanging up on me. And I heard 88 number I go. Please let me go through. I was like, Yeah, That's so cool, Tom. What about you? Did Randy no good. All right, That's your calling. Appreciate it all and take care of Tom and your book is named What again? Please still standing. Okay, Cool you down and found out you and like you say, if you just remember r o l l y e dot n E t Right on the home page is a link. Well defended singles fancier If that guy gets six books, maybe could give me one right now. Thank you. All right, man. Thanks. You told a great story about being surprised when you did the morning show in a hip hop station in L. A. To find out the kids who clearly were born after Sinatra was even no longer with us revered him. It didn't surprise me at all. So I have to share my one Frank Sinatra story and I only have one. I was working in Philadelphia, but I had to do a couple weeks in Austin, Texas, because I had taken the LBJ family to court and I actually born the only person ever to feed him in open court, but anyway So for two weeks I had to do shows from Austin. Unfortunately, came Thursday, May 14th 1998 and the news of course hit now. The way it worked is right before my show, I would do a tease with the host on before me. And so I called, and I get Sid Mark on the phone who had made an entire career out of playing Frank Sinatra records over there You go, and so you know, since it right, I don't care about the team's onto power. I just can't And so you know what I understood? And so, But the folks from the Austin radio station thought it was a bit there said Come on. I said no. Frank died. And he will so and you know, they just found this to be hilarious. And so finally I looked at him. I said, you know, there's a reason that Philadelphia is a great city and Austin is a hellhole and I performed really many times respect him with friends and stuff like that. I take quick question when Frank died, Barbara, call me and I went over the house. And And, of course, all of his friends were there and everything. And it was a sad time in paparazzi was everywhere outside house as I left the house. Barbara asked me to be a pallbearer. And then as I left the house, I was looking to a radio station on a woman called and she said to the host. There's something wrong with my husband he fought in Korea. He fought in Vietnam, she said, and at his father's funeral, he never wept. But today he came home at half way through the day, and he went into his room. And he's crying like a baby. I hear him in there, sobbing, she said, because Frank soon after died, and she said, I don't I don't understand, but that their host didn't have an answer. But I understood if you were a true Frank's an after song His music was the soundtrack of your life. You want city to his music? You got married to his music. You got divorced through his music and run that bar alone. You know, you know the one from my baby. You know, it's quarter to three. There's no divorce was you've got remarried to his music. Love is lovelier. The second time around his music was the soundtrack of your life. And if you love Frank Sinatra's music in him when he died Part of you died. You know, a major part of your life died and Sinatra fans knew that the next day the sun was going to shine. It just wasn't going to be a swarm as it used to be right..

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"tyler moore" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:50 min | 2 years ago

"tyler moore" Discussed on KQED Radio

"And if it didn't happen this time, then the next time the experiment maybe it will Was a wonderfully supportive creative environment. Mary Tyler Moore, speaking to Terry Gross in 1995. Carl Reiner and Mel Brooks met in the writer's room of your show of shows in 1950 remained best friends from that point on I spoke with Mel Brooks on fresh air in 2013 and asked him about the recurring comedy bit that he and Reiner made famous. The Siri's of interviews Reiner conducted with Mels 2000 year old man. You started this act at parties. You recorded an album. You want a Grammy? You went on from there? I figured before asking my questions about the 2000 year old man, I'd give a taste. This is from you and Carl on the Andy Williams show. From 1966 0 good. I don't remember that. Let me hear it, okay? A ll the discoveries of all time. What would you consider the greatest Would you say was the wheel the lever fire? Fire! Fire! Foreign away! Fire! Fire was the hottest thing going And you can be really warm ocean light up our caves. We wouldn't work into a water We wouldn't marry our brother Bernie and cooking off first learned to cook was actually that was a national chicken. Chicken walked into the fire by mistake and over. Yes, we did. We didn't use that kept him around. Gave his patch We love to hear it Love the way I took it out to give it a funeral. Ian on various pet, and we all went. Hey, smells good him up and sues them even eating chicken. You know, I've heard this story. But I've heard that the animal that wandered into the fire accidentally was a pig. Not in my cave. That's Mel Brooks and Carl Reiner in one of the 2000 year old man sketches. Do you remember how much of that if any, was improvised? Uh, well, actually when we were on television We laid out The jokes. We laid out what we would do when we made our 1st 2 albums. I said to curl Don't tell me anything but no, no, nothing in advance. Just hit me with questions. And when I can't come up with a good answer, cut it when I come up with a great answer, Keep it in and and that's the way we did our 1st 2 albums. You know various characters and, of course, the 2000 year old man emerged. As the leading comedy force. In the end, the album's Um Carl Reiner is widely and rightly acknowledged as one of the great straight men of of all time. And working opposite him must have been a joy, but your friendship with him goes far past. The projects have done together and and and now you're getting together almost every night to watch movies and have dinner. It sounds like such a nice thing to do. Yeah, well, it is. He's my best friend. And you know, we're like he always taken bloom. We joined it too hip and He lost his wife for maybe two years ago. I lost my wife. Maybe 10 years ago. So ah! It's actually eight to be Ah, it's Ah, We missed them, and they loved each other, too. So Um, we we can't find any other people. Dead. Understand our ancient references on DH. So you know we're very comfortable with it with with each other because we never have to worry about images..

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"tyler moore" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"tyler moore" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"This I almost cost you're on yeah insert my favorite cuss word there your honor believe could be believed unbelievable you really are my goodness I just I wish I could give you a cold did say fog well give me virtual hugs right now we are vis a vis T. V. T. R. L. and some of your requests let's do this welcome to our L. television generally request with Jason here's a G. and by the way the donations are still coming and we're going to win a hundred and four thousand by the time segments over okay let's start with the requested dawn right off some a request from our comments and this one came in and while this is the theme for today we can make it after all ladies and gentlemen it's the Mary Tyler Moore show this okay I.

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"tyler moore" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

SuperTalk WTN 99.7

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"tyler moore" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"Trials allow researchers to introduce new hope by providing participants access to cutting edge and potentially life saving treatment speak with your doctor visits stand up to cancer dot org slash clinical trials to learn more together we can stand up for all of us Mary Tyler Moore's first TV series was Richard diamond but her face was never shown only her legs we finally got to see Mary in the Dick Van **** show and later the Mary Tyler Moore show which one twenty nine Emmys over seven seasons husband grant Tinker then of the MTM production company and produced some of television's series two and after we salute Mary Tyler Moore celebrates women's history Dr Sanjay Gupta driving under the influence this coming to have a whole new meaning about Sanjay Gupta CNN's chief medical correspondent marijuana both medicinal and recreational is becoming legal in more more states across the country but driving while high or stoned or whatever you wanna call it isn't legal anywhere still a recent CDC report found that almost five percent of drivers say they've driven under the influence of marijuana male drivers are more likely to do this than female drivers and people who reported doing it skews younger the authors of the study say this is of special concern since newer drivers already have a greater risk of causing an accident previous research I should note is found that using marijuana can alter a driver's.

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"tyler moore" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"tyler moore" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Was best known for her role as Rhoda Morgenstern the Mary Tyler Moore show on CBS she turned eighteen last week Jim Axelrod sat Valerie Harper's deals on the screen is that for many of her fans she was our she was I don't know why I am putting in my mouth she just apply it directly to my kids on the Mary Tyler Moore show nothing Rhoda was funny because she was a scale for yeah analyze trying to feeling like a loser but somehow we Broadway and movies like the lab my name is successful starting in nineteen seventy which what is the story for you it was also the most inspired the courageous way our yes years ago this month she announced winners six more years for the day and providing go along with all those given us on her wedding day to jail there you go Valerie Harper it's a well done piece yeah I like that they they have really great.

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"tyler moore" Discussed on AP News

AP News

03:10 min | 2 years ago

"tyler moore" Discussed on AP News

"The merry Tyler Moore show and her own spin off Rhoda in the nineteen seventies has died A. P.'s Marge's our letter with more Valerie Harper said that fans were so happy to see her that they treat her like a relative or a best friend she won four Emmys for playing wrote on TV in the nineteen seventies in the nineteen eighty she played Valerie Hogan on Valerie later named Valerie's family and the Hogan family when her character was killed off after a salary dispute Harper told the Associated Press in two thousand six Rhoda opened so many doors for her I'm just very grateful for road she was the wind in the sails of my career at farmers insurance we know the sound of a perfect hot air balloon landing and a less than perfect click for more we are hundred my for Mr for insurance exchanges and affiliates products available in every state listening to the AP digital news network the people have been hugging trees in Nepal's capital to protest government plans to cut down about two thousand trees to widen a key road that circles the city more than two hundred people of rallied to try and urge the government to stop the plan to remove the trees on the outer edge of caught mine do the twenty seven kilometer or seventeen mile ring road in circles the capital and is a key road network for the increasingly congested city the protesters are demanding the government find other ways to widen the road the government wide and half of the road earlier this year thousands of trees were believed to have been cut down the second phase of the expansion covering the remaining half is expected to begin soon the protesters say they're determined to block that process Serbia is being urged not to stray from its European Union membership policy as he gets ready to sign a trade deal with the Russians that economic block Serbia is expected to sign the pact with the Eurasian economic union E. you made up of Russia Armenia Belarus Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan in late October it's something the foreign minister of E. U. member Slovakia cooled confusing claiming you members need to align their policies with the block notably on trade next year's Tokyo Olympics will have one hundred interpreters on hand forty from Japan and sixty from other countries handling eleven official languages including Japanese English French Spanish German Russian Italian Arabic Chinese Korean and Portuguese more than ten thousand athletes representing about two hundred nations or territories will need their services much of the interpretation services for athletes after they've won medals but interpreters also work briefings for the international Olympic committee the world anti doping agency W. A. D. A. and to the court of arbitration for sport nearly every media conference will have simultaneous interpretation an upgrade on Dorian I'm to acquire within a P. newsman at the national hurricane center says hurricane door in as a category four storm top sustained winds just under one hundred thirty miles per hour as it churns toward the north western part.

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"tyler moore" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"tyler moore" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Championship over the weekend we're talking about Tyler Moore if you want a kid and what he's been doing a cardinals camp are you kidding me I'm FAQ listen a Patrick Peterson reports in the pocket and a quarter or do a quarterback that can throw is dangerous and we have the dangers quarterback on users in college football team so I decided he took off running twice yesterday all my goodness he lets it rip for about ten yards and he shuts it down but in a game he what how state I mean he really he can run like Patrick Peterson it is it's very intriguing so that's a first round pick so far knock on wood is working out well a robber can DG he was released it since a performance based business size organization is best for us we wish him well and and hope he gets a fresh start somewhere else through it all came down to coach Kingsbury yesterday as son Reddick another first rounder out four to six weeks arthroscopic surgery on his knee now one of the D. backs going to do with that roster because after yesterday unfortunately we we kind of a negative but will come out tomorrow get into another last place team in all the loss and these are still at five hundred five one they fall to the Marlins and now there's national reports everywhere that they're going to be sellers by the trade deadline which is Wednesday Robbie ray indoors at cranky might be left behind a Yankee Stadium that's for the D. backs are next and then Brooks got go your winter the WGC event Denny Hamlin went to Pocono in NASCAR that a sports book of these young K. T. A. R. news homeowners do you have low water pressure in your house when you flush a toilet does the person in the shower have to run for cover so they don't get scalded or have you or your neighbors have leaks in the pipes many people don't realize that these problems are caused by old pipes that are either corroding down to a trickle or.

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"tyler moore" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

06:27 min | 3 years ago

"tyler moore" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"That is correct yes that is the Mary Tyler Moore it see me is the winner of the competition out he is smarter than Jack what is that put the total at put Steve Patterson a ninety two wins and Jackie at zero you'll get one in there so Jenny day which means that Julia this Mars well because you're going out with my talk teacher today congradulations Julie where are you right now is that what you're just talking in quick one word answers like okay we don't want you trouble we like what you're doing with the vehicle eight June to December this teacher thank you so much for calling in let me make a confession now about the Mary Tyler Moore show okay let's hear it I've not seen a single episode ever Sam sat right yeah St same but no shame but I do have a photo with the statue you do well that's more than I can say that's more than I can say yeah I never seen a full I don't even I've just seen little by little that Seattle clips and stuff like that but never never a full episode what can I say I don't know that was another win for me which felt you feel good about that bill good it felt good I dealing good I like I like to spread that we have right now okay the ninety two Steve likes to win ninety two to nothing Steve likes to win of so that's the culture pop culture knowledge sadly today at eleven thirty we will not be playing a game called forward backwards why not because their listeners voted off it was a game that we that we created I started saying words backwards someone would say something like cats in then that's when we then I was like stack backwards and then for whatever reason because we don't we're not a high brow show which started saying things backwards and then we created a game I think this would be a great game for a phone app right this is a great game for a phone that I should call an app guy here's what you do for instance if the category is movie titles then you say a movie title but you pronounce it backwards still the first word and then the second word always in the original order but spelled backwards or actors for instance mocked skin off you are trying to figure that out now just it's Tom Hanks okay not scan so quick question yet so if your viewers have voted that they don't wanna hear this anymore why would you think that this could be an app that's a fair question you know I don't like the one on the right there is like you went hard hitting question I just feel like the research is telling you something how then I try doing it with my family over the fourth line in then my stay tuned out they didn't like it now my mom did because my pitch is it's likes to do go or sit okay what's a pronounced to do go Ryan you're gonna get ready to go now it is Google said okay sudoku sudoku sudoku heart L. you can go to to do okay which helps people keep the brain shark we all want to fight slip in right that's what I thought forwards backwards could be I thought it would be a nationwide movement that in twenty years when mental deterioration has been a racket there's something in the look back and they say had it not been for Steve Patterson well you don't have to sharpening our mental acuity well actually it would be evidence home Hyundai we're devolving but anyway we didn't do it and it shut down so we can't play it today at eleven thirty which is a little bit of a bummer bummer follow up rather to our Facebook question today which is this who have you been told you look like that you wish you hadn't Jackie Cain was really vulnerable earlier I shared and you know here's a reason to watch her tonight on five Eyewitness News at six PM yeah she has been told that only at one point life that she looked like Joe dirt as in the character Joe dirt from the movie Joe dirt played by David spade now let's be clear I think the hair style contribute to that right I think you're absolutely right slight Malik luck adding I mean you see me in the make up room without make up frequently we all see each other in in all sorts of disrepair you know I mean just like IT I yesterday's had a full Afro it was just I can really get like just full I can pump it out and it's high in its uncontrolled I'm shaven the make up room is a worse out it is a word yes and it's like it's every day sing a makeover happened before and after and we all are happy that we get to the after yes and so were the viewers at home you can go to our Facebook page and let us know we will go back to that list coming up today at eleven thirty after the break I we would love it if you would call in especially if you're a parent or if you're taking care of kids this summer maybe nannies out they're grandparents aunts uncles I've got a few tips to help keep your kids busy this summer because we're hitting that stretch we're nearing the dog days of summer where the fourth of July is in our past the initial excitement of summer is kind of long gone we're not close enough to school yet so they don't that have that sort of anticipation of seeing friends again kids get bored and we need to keep them from tugging on your sleeve insane on board I don't want to do that the question please what's worse right now with the way you just described that yes or the polar vortex when they weren't in school four weeks no doubt felt a touch more oppressive when they just stay home it was day after day and then a couple days go back in and boom there home again I feel like summer you can prepare for parents can prepare for because they know they've got to figure out whatever the rhythm at their home is going to look like the polar vortex was a real punch to the cross because we just didn't know and then you had to wait and see if the schools would call often and sometimes they did sometimes they didn't try and there was no reprieve at least you can say go outside for thirty mins don't come in unlocking the door stay outside and work out something yes that is true you know if you we should be happy that it's not that bad right now but again do points can be high I give us call six five one six four one one seven one if you have a summer hack to keep the kids busy I'll rattle off a few it's a listener to Friday coming up next on the dynasty show on my talk one of seven one everything entertainment it's the.

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"tyler moore" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

09:29 min | 3 years ago

"tyler moore" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"To men address it, you found the right place. Biz talk radio. Wind is blowing because. Great well ahead of its time association, sixty six. When I used to watch them because Gary Puckett as your good friend of mine. Yeah. They is used to together. So, I would watch them as they were old guys. Yeah. You know from, you know, twenty thirty years earlier, and they really sounded great. They were very, very good as Gary, Gary is still. He's got the best ballad voice even today. I mean the guys like Engelbert Humperdinck because he saying. Hi, I mean, he could say he hit some high not quite as well today, but he's got to be what seventy something didn't tell you Harry's probably seventy one seventy two seventy three something like that. We're all getting old hazards eighty nine by the way. So you don't even quite ninetieth. But sorry. All right. Whatever who would have thought that, that, that, that, that, that, that Lou grant and Suen Nevins from the. Still be alive. And most of the others are gone. See, I was never that interested in TV the way you are. Well, I was yeah, I was like twelve thirteen during that that period, and it was a it was a Saturday night. Staple for me Asner, and Mary Tyler Moore. Mary died here few years ago. The georgette angle just died anyway. But, but all right, man. That's right. Oh, lord. Remember all this stuff I, maybe I tried to fit too much other garbage in my maybe you're a little older at that time. So, so you were working I was I was thirteen yard going downtown. Yeah. That's what I was doing. Longevity here. So as you probably know last month was financial literacy month. I don't know how they come up with these months. And, and there was a national retirement planning week stuck in there somewhere. And we saw the numbers ten thousand Americans and to retirement each day we've heard that for a long, long, long time. A sixty five year old couple has about a fifty percent chance that one will live to ninety five that's based on the society of actuaries right now. So we were discussing long Jimmy a few minutes ago. Think about that for a minute, one or the other of y'all are going to make it to ninety five if you're married and your age sixty five now. Yeah. More than one in two people turning sixty five will need some type of long term care in their lifetime, stalking about my dad. It's one hundred year for my dad's memory care center hundred grand. Yes. Great care is twenty four. Seventy two great job, but it's a hundred thousand dollars. He's on his second year now and for two or three years before that we had twenty four seven Karen house. So start adding that up on your fingers. John. It's a lot of dough. A lot of dough that fortunately us kids have not had to fork out because he's got a good navy pension, and he's got good social security. So he's got some good guaranteed income, guaranteed income playing apart Johnny's favorite thing, just over half of consumers age forty five and older are working with a financial advisor. So this was written by John Kennedy. I found this pretty interesting because it really does depend on who the financial advisor is are they qualified in the areas of long jetty planning? Are they d- cumulation as opposed to cumulation advisers, and there is a difference? Are they probability? Based or are they safety first advisors? In other words, we all have philosophy. We all have a philosophy in planning. Now, I am more of a safety first, but not a safety first fanatic. Maybe the stockbroker that you're working with is more probability based, and if they're probability based, but not a probably probability based fanatic then there's room for both of you to grow and combine the two. That's what I would obviously, do I wanna make sure that there's a certain amount of safety in your plan, so that you don't have to worry. Don't worry baby comes to mind. All right. And for anyone who has experienced one of those fifteen year bad market cycles that were doing some kind of a swift assist Matic withdrawal plan. You know exactly what I'm talking about. Because it could be devastating psychologically, even though I have said that. Yeah. Those fifteen year bad cycles are followed by fifteen year good cycles that only works if you stay in the game. So if you can combine a little safety, I with. Little probability based so that the safety first buys you time gives you some guaranteed sources of income gives you some alternative sources of income that don't float with stocks and bonds. Now of sudden, you could wait out the stock market storms that make sense. Why no, exactly what you're talking about. And the, the, the, the more you have of the safety bays. It's safety base. Is that what I first type that probability base the longer the probability based investments, wait the closer, they become to safety? I, I can't call them safety. But over the course of fifteen years, it was a heckle. It's a heck of a lot safer than five years. Well, it's interesting because if you look at the standard deviation if you will the volatility variability in returns on stocks versus bonds. It's dispirit in, in year. One course. But if you go out five ten years, not so much. In other words, stocks become less. S risky the longer, you own them. But there's a behavioral aspect of this, John, that usually is not found in finance lab. It's found sitting around the kitchen table. And so as at visors advisors have to manage, not only the numbers side of this, but the behavior side, and here's what they had to say the research done by Lincoln not Abe but I think it was Lincoln financial research, on adviser satisfaction also found that investors who work with an adviser are more quote fit and engaged in planning their financial futures. These investors are more likely to have a financial plan have greater familiarity with planning and investing, and a greater willingness to assume some level of risk to achieve better results. So now it comes down to or home, who you're gonna work with who are we going to work with? Is it going to be the sole? Solo practitioner that works out of their home. Not anything wrong with that they may be this modest person in the world. But have they surrounded themselves with the right team now? I've been doing this. I don't do it anymore for a living. But I've been doing this financial stuff for forty five years now is that long close to forty five years, and I will tell you unequivocally that there's no one that I've met that knows everything I added this gushing, for example, Dr Wade found the phone one day. Who I'm going to go see him soon next week? Aren't you going to buy him lunch likely? We're gonna flip for it. I think it's dinner. They, it's an early dinner dinner, but anyway. So, so we were talking about real estate and he said, you know, not my not my bag. I'm your bags everything. So, yeah. Obviously, smart guy, smartest guy I've ever talked to on the phone that you saw that look. Yeah. But, you know, stocks and all the research he's done. But he wasn't really that hot to trot to discuss real estate with me because he didn't feel like he was the right guy to talk real estate. First of all, you have to admire him as smart as he is for saying, you know what I'm not the right guy, if your adviser is the right guy for everything you got the wrong advisor know what you don't know. No, don't. That is so crucial. It's crucial know what? You don't know question yourself. Okay question yourself. It's hard when you've got an ego the size of money get learned. I've taught you. We'll be back stick around. Reducing ear go breakthrough in hearing aid technology. They're small comfortable chargeable and everything you never expected at your eight to be here. Goes feature and Lexi's, which is spend him inside the ear canal, making them virtually invisible. So unless you know someone who has x Ray vision. No one will know you wearing them and they're so comfortable. You forget, you're wearing then but don't worry. They won't take offense here goes fit into your everyday life seamlessly. Which means you miss a moment. In ear goes.

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"tyler moore" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"tyler moore" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Cruel in your still grow strong. I feel. Now that had to be a later verse. But yeah, you can hear the change in her voice lower. Hello, Dolly Dali, obviously, a musical that many great actors and actresses have gone on to perform. But again, Hello. Dolly the one that cutter the Tony she get a Tony, but she got nominated for a bunch of awards later in the sixties with thoroughly modern Millie, and I don't know if you've ever seen that movie. No, they did the stage show at my high school after I graduated so I saw it there. Yeah. If you've never seen the, and of course, the stage show, and I feel like we talked about this at the time or not the stage. Joe the film version that starred none other than Mary Tyler Moore. So I feel like we talked about that a little bit when Mary Tyler Moore passed. Because of course, you'll remember that was such a momentous passing for us in the twin cities the special connection because of the TV show, but she was in. And I'm telling you, I Don Holly, have you seen a thoroughly modern Millie the movie, I haven't and Julie Andrews in this movie to Andrew there's all sorts of amazing. Acting and people that pop up in that particular film, but it's crazy and bizarre. But I think we have a little bit of audio, and I'm trying to remember I think this is from the film of Carol Channing in thoroughly modern Millie. This would be nineteen sixty seven I think singing the title number. She's singing jazz, baby. So here we go. Two days later modding. Check your personality everything today makes yesterday slow bet. If as reality, it's insanity. He says vanity. In fact, eat stylish to raise your skating, Bob. Rumble seat. So that was a little piece of thoroughly.

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"tyler moore" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

09:58 min | 3 years ago

"tyler moore" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"This book in Herbie, welcome to the program. It's so nice to have you with us because you're a writer producer, host yourself executive director. You've been in television for a very long time you've written numerous books. Why Mary Tyler Moore NY now in welcome. It's a pleasure to have you with us. In two thousand nineteen. Hello. Yes. One of the reasons I selected Mary number one. I always adored her as the rest of the world all the way back to the Dick Van Dyke show. And of course, the Mary Tyler Moore show. But I wanted to continue the scene that I started with profiling Elizabeth Montgomery in my first actual biography. The others work in painting bucks to TV shows and twitch upon his star was the first biography of a a classic TV star. And she happened to be female, and she happened to be from the sixties. And I thought let me continue that. And that's when I selected Mary and in doing so actually, I notice many similarities between Elizabeth Montgomery and Mary Tyler Moore. And which I actually originally noticed when I started doing Elizabeth Montgomery biography both had demanding fathers both. Had. Both were stars of TV shows in the nineteen sixties. And then they went on to do. On TV movies that were very very different from their best known personas thought. Now do the time as January twenty six would be the second anniversary of Mary's passing. Right, right. She's had one career. She had. I mean, she was really America's sweetheart wasn't. She was I mean, and for several reasons she was groundbreaking as such that her character animator Marshall, Mary Richards was one really one of the first independent females who worked in an office, even though that dated back to an southern on the in southern shell and travel, right? Yeah. Only mar- Marlo Thomas pave the way is an independent female in that. She didn't have a steady job. She was an actress Richards really set the bar, and the show itself is wow was very intelligent. It was you know, she was surrounded by this incredible group of characters and yet Mary was the stable the stable enforce. Yeah. I loved I loved that show on on many levels. It was just so fun to watch and her connection with Lou grant. But tell us Lou grant, Ed Asner had a son and tell us a little bit about some of the backstory's, please. Yes, Matthew Asner who happens to be a board member of my classic TV, preservation society nonprofit, which is dedicated to the positive influence of classic TV shows on he grew up essentially on the set of the Mary Tyler Moore show. So I knew that I wanted to interview him as well, of course, as his father, and I do want to be clear that this book is not just about the Dick Van Dyke show and the Mary Tyler Moore show. There was so much that Mary did as far as work before the Dick Van Dyke show she made over like two hundred guest star appearances on various TV shows again as Italy's Elizabeth Montgomery. And then she went onto, of course, several groundbreaking a TV movies, and she was Oscar nominated for Mary for ordinary people. So I wanted to talk with as many people as I could. About her career, including the Mary Tyler Moore show. But also beyond the Mary Tyler Moore show and Matthew Asner. You know, he I guess represented what so many of us from our generation were watching on the outside. He was there on the inside. So I thought it was important to speak with him. Yeah. With wood is behind the scenes. What's so interesting? Is that we know so little about it. Mary in the back story. For example, her tragedies. She'd so many tragedies her marriages. I wanted. She talked a lot about that. 'cause you know, she did to her own biographies laws whatever, and there were other biographies that had been done in the seventies and the eighties. But there was nothing in gap about from an objective standpoint. You know, she was as honest as she could be in addressing on her sisters, her brother's death, her sons horrible, death and on and on her diabetes all of those things. And I thought she was I lot of props for being honest as she could. And yet there was other things going on. There were other perspectives that I wanted to explore which was difficult for me. Because again as the the founder of the classic TV, preservation society. I'm not into salacious writing. I'm not into writing exposes. But as a journalist you have to tell the truth. Truth. So how do you tell the truth about someone who you mired, but it was also very complicated person? How do you do that? And how do you do that with dignity? Well, hopefully, I found a way to do that. And I I address all of her. Ups and downs her good days bad days. You know, look, we're all human beings. We all have flaws. We all make mistakes, we all say the wrong things at the wrong time. And you know to not address those things the negatives in her life, as well, as the positives would not be a realistic view. You know, for example. And this is the first time, I'm I'm saying this here publicly, you know, she and Valerie Harper did not have did not always get along. But it didn't mean they didn't love each other. Just like, you know, sisters and brothers. Sure always on or you know, husbands and wives zone. Other always get on that doesn't mean they divorced because they have an argument. So those kinds of things I I wanted to address is honestly, and as respectfully as I could and yet still as a journalist she also was very open about her her her. Battle with of course. Diabetes but with alcoholism. Yes. Yes. And that was I think she was forced into that cell. Because apparently when she entered the Betty Ford facility for recovery. She really didn't want anybody to know about it. But one of the tabloids one of the celebrity magazines saw her so she's like, okay. Well, now, I have to say something. So she was kind of forced into admitting it, but you know. As long as she admitted it, I guess, however, the plastic surgery was earlier estimating topic for me now. Yeah. You know, look, I'm all for anyone wanting to improve themselves. I'm not here. You know, if you can do it great. But it's the excessive plastic surgery, you know, like, Michael Jackson or are married. She just kept on doing it. And she even admitted at one point in one of her books that it wasn't always the wisest decision for several reasons, but she kept on doing it. You know, when you have when you have an alcoholic problem. If you have problems with alcohol, you really have to watch yourself with with any kind of additional searches even with diabetes, which is a controversial topic. You're not supposed to have elective surgery. Let alone any surgery when you're bat diabetic, or at least it's a little bit more dangerous. I really believe in my heart that if she had she cooled it with the plastic surgery. At least after the first nipping taco, whatever she would've been alive today. I really think that in my stinging it affected her to last her last marriage was very controversial because he was so much younger than her doctor. Right. And you know, he loved her. He was dedicated to her. There you go. You're married to your doctor. You know, if you wanna have places plastic surgery constantly if he had any objections to it. I don't know. But he certainly didn't stop her from doing it, and the first major surgery she had was she got those adorable little chick chipmunk cheeks that she had Mitch. You know? And she wanted that elegant allegedly elegant those cheekbones, but I think it destroyed the original appeal of of what she looks like physically. We're out of time. We this is gonna continue because there's so many so many interesting things that you know, that we need to know as well. And congratulations on the work that you're doing as a Preservationists. And is there a new show that I heard about? Her new show. Are you working on a new show my show, then again with her BJ flato is the first class and TV talk show. We have six episodes,.

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"tyler moore" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

03:53 min | 3 years ago

"tyler moore" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"One everything entertainment, everything Mary Tyler Moore. I love that show. Don came over. We made a reference to earlier. So I will explain Don was with us last night because she graciously and I mean that. Volunteered to take care of my boys. Dexter mister big because we're leaving a little earlier than we originally planned really being today front trip. So Don gets to dog sit for Dexter, and Mr. big. So we had to show her the, you know, the ropes show was remotes. Oh my God. Yeah. So dawn. Seventy seven remote controls. Most importantly, you have to keep those away from Dexter, y'all. Did you make videos dawn to remember go? I made a video for the movie. Oh, you did. Okay. Do you ever done for this job? Two years ago now and a half year and a half ago, and it was so cute. Just made a ton of videos to remember videos back. Yeah. That's what I did. I made a video for the remote control nice for the movie room because that's the one that's a little confusing because remember on God. That's the only way one of the few ways. I'm a dude I like my gadgets, and I I'm very proud. I built that like when Alexis makes a crocheted pair of panties, or whatever she makes sense of pride when Alexis makes it, you know, or whatever. Exactly. And you have a sense of pride my sense of pride using my hands using a building. I've never been more proud than when I set up by myself without the geek squad. Without Ernie Ernie. The tech guy I designed my entire sound system in our in our movie room, and it's my own. I have a source of male pride. My my my. Yes. That was very proud of my my movie room. But anyway. I wouldn't call on came home like look at our movie room, Honey, anyway, so either show Don heady how to use that. But I was going somewhere at this. And now, I can't remember why I brought up while you were at our house. Told. Mode. I already oh totally forgot why brought that up the ante way. It will come back to me seven twenty two. So speaking of dawn McClain, as you know, dawn is in mourning. She's in mourning right now, she plays a video game on her phone. The video. The video game is called lex helped me out lords mobile battle of the empire's empire and her her character, the her leader, her leader that protects for kingdom. His name is oath keeper keeper. Yeah. Well, dawn. Being adults and time. Yes, you can't play that game all the time. Right. And while she was away. Three three preteens in China. Attacked her kingdom. You'll down lex down and killed oath keeper. Now, she could bring him back to life for ninety nine cents gets for ninety nine cents. She gets a but jewel and she puts in and he comes back to life. But she's not doing that out of a sense of of. The. Already spent ten dollars on this game since March. And I'm like that's enough yet. So, you know, just like anybody when you lose someone close to you were in we're in morning, we opened up a phone line of be Arthur and Alexis. Opened up a phone line. A sympathy phone line for dawn..

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