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National Native American Veterans Memorial opens in Washington, DC
"Opens today on the National Mall in Washington, D C. It's the Native American Veterans Memorial. Native Americans have served in the armed forces in high numbers for more than a century. This is the first memorial to honor that service. Here's NPR's Quil Lawrence. The memorial is simple. A steel circle elevated over carved stone drum. It sits in the shade of the Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian Kevin Go over, is a member of the Pawnee Nation and the museum's director. It's an article of faith in Indian country that Native American serve at a greater rate than basically any other group. So we wish for this to be a sacred place, not just for Native America. But for all Americans. The opening ceremony went virtual because of the pandemic. But here are a few of the people go over hopes will one day attend and sanctify the site. My name is Marcel Grande La Bull. And I'm from the two kettle ban of the Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe. You know? I'm 101 years old. No in 1940 for Marcela Lobo was a surgical nurse at an Army hospital during the battle of the Bulge Well, In December. I believe it was 1/16 of December. The Germans overtook the American soldiers. They wondered about putting in a hospital so close to the front lines, but they did. So we were there in leisure. And we had both funds night and day. At the time of the breaks through the growth of the bulge. Lobo says her own community always honored her military service. Now the memorial in Washington means the whole country conduce this same to be AH, thought like it was a great honor. My ancestors were warriors. I'm related to rein in the face who fought in the battle of the little big horn or greasy grass that they called it. My father was a Spanish American war veteran. My brother oldest brother was a veteran all down the line. But some native vets aren't as aware of their own family service. Yeah, my name is Colonel Wayne Don don has served 27 years in the army, including Bosnia and Afghanistan. You know, for a lot of years, I thought I was a first generation military person came to find out is both of my grandfather and uncles. And served in a territorial guard during World War two. That was an emotional discovery for dawn and a complicated one not just native Americans, but on the other minority groups, ultimately that they chose to serve to represent their people. And also to serve a country that this, you know, sometimes. Didn't have AH would've proved to be their best interests in mind, but they're still still did it, He says. Now that the country is wrestling with questions about racial justice, he hopes the memorial can play a part. Army vet Allan Ho feels the same. He's native Hawaiian saw combat in Vietnam. Then his two sons served after 9 11, his oldest son. Nine. No. Ho was killed in Iraq and he wass Credible young man. He was an officer, platoon leader, and he was killed in 25 in Mosul, Iraq. His younger brother's the staff sergeant. His name is Locke or And the meaning for a knock or is a warrior who is brave and courageous. Those are the stories of service and sacrifice. He wants Americans to hear it. The new memorial for native visitors, Ho wants it to be a validation and an inspiration. And then perhaps, who knows? Maybe some young Native son who experiences that memorial for this first time, we'll be in 50 years from now he'll be that the president of the United States who knows Quil Lawrence NPR news
Pfizer says trials show its COVID vaccine "more than 90% effective"
"Visor and partner beyond. Techs say their covert 19 vaccine is more than 90% effective. What that means is that in there phase three trials, this vaccine was Mohr effective at protecting people in the trial from getting Cove. It On a placebo. Wass. It's good news, but safety data and FDA authorization are still required if it gets emergency authorization. Pfizer says it hopes to inject high risk individuals, possibly as soon as the end of the year. Most health experts say this is very encouraging. But for now, the best way to stop the spread of cove it is to wear a mask. That's ABC. Sherry Preston. Katie our news time 7
Pfizer says trials show its COVID vaccine "more than 90% effective"
"Promising promising news news on on a a possible possible Corona Corona virus. virus. Vaccine visor and partner beyond. Techs say their covert 19 vaccine is more than 90% effective. What that means is that in there phase three trials, this vaccine was Mohr effective at protecting people in the trial from getting covert than a placebo. Wass. It's good news, but safety data and FDA authorization are still required if it gets emergency authorization. Pfizer says it hopes to inject high risk individuals. Possibly as soon as the end of the year. Most health experts say. This is very encouraging. But for now, the best way to stop the spread of Corbett is to wear a mask. That's ABC. Sherry Preston Jr News
Alex Trebek, long-running 'Jeopardy' host, dead at 80
"And I get the a P alert that Alex Trebek had passed away. Hey, lost his fight against cancer. And what a life though I watched the 2020 special lesson, Did you? How was it? Yes. Oh, so good. Michael Strahan interviewed him recently. And he was already getting up on his roof and like snow, blowing the leaves off and stuff. I mean, he was still very active. He hosted his last jeopardy game just less than two weeks ago. Oh, my goodness. Yes, it is working, but I didn't realize this about him. And maybe this was common knowledge. Just how charitable he waas how much he gave back and how he decided to write a book because he wanted that advance money to give to the charity Is he already supported and new Cherries? That kind of came into his consciousness and he was just A very generous man and to hear the stories about that was pretty cool. All right. Here's a little bit of that interview Lex from last night's 2020. Alex talking about charity and laughter. What do you want? Your legacy to be? A nice man helped people through hiss charity work. Was kind to everybody encounter, you know, Enjoy life. Make somebody laugh. I believe laughter is one of the greatest cures. That we can possibly have. It's right up there with prayer. Believe me, it is. I think it really is. You know, they're he's a even a 36 years. He's 36 years. What's crazy? I mean, even though he's Canadian, you know Alex. Alex is one of those pop culture icons. You know, he really is. He's one of those he's He's in the fabric of Americana. I mean, your other than maybe prices right and well, I think there's a trifecta there. When you look at game shows You in jeopardy is is just classic American culture and and the success of that show, I think can be summed up by the format. And host. I think jeopardy is Alex Trebek and Alex Trebek is jeopardy and it's going to be very interesting to see what the next chapter of that show was like. Um Because you know the old saying and and Shobha everybody's replaceable but showing the line but my goodness that's going to be those are big shoes to fill. I would not write down. I would not want to be The producers of that show. It's crazy. Um, speaking of the show, Lex, I know you saw this on 2020. Here's the story of him getting the job on jeopardy. This is you know. Ah Ah, This is interesting. What brought Alex Trebek to America that phone call? Alex got a call from Alan Thicke, another Canadian from Northern Ontario, well known from growing pains. Of course, he was developing a game show for NBC called Wizard of Odds. Wizard of Odds. And when it came time for him to think of a host, he merely thought of Alex Trebek. I had accumulated 16 weeks of leave at the CBC and I took a leave of absence. Ah, holiday with pay and went in audition for a show Alex audition for the job and got it. And in 1973, he moved to California to host Wizard of Odds Now here's Wiley. I first met Alex in 1973. You just knew right away. He was smart. This is a former executive producer of Jeopardy in control. He has an amazing capacity. Take it all in. I started with Wizard of Odds I did that three year they can't riding high replaced it on a Monday with so called high rollers with Alec. It was cancelled and replaced by a show called Battle stars. They kept lately for Layla, but they can't keep the host. That's funny. Yeah. And then eventually they decided to bring back jeopardy and, ah And and Alex got the job on DH then, like I said, became just a sliver of pop culture and you know that you've made in pop culture when you're spoofed on SNL. And you know, they reference that last night on the special mean he was everywhere. Here's a here's a little bit of Alex's influence on pop culture enjoyed stepping out from behind the podium. There were women here in Jeopardy. You're feeling very sleepy. Oh, I'm sorry, Peter. We were looking for King Louis. The 11th. This automotive tool is used to tighten bolts. And let's just go from soup to nuts. He has been in one of the greatest shows of all time. The Simpsons and he has made an appearance in one of the worst shows of all time. Baywatch. Did you see Who you just rescue Hey, Alex, Meet Alex. Alex Trebek from jeopardy! I don't believe this. And of course, there are the unforgettable Saturday Night Live parodies of Celebrity Jeopardy in which will Ferrell channels a deadpan Trebek Aziz mercilessly taunted by Darrell Hammond As Sean Connery. We meet again, you longer headed, tickle brained pump you Enough people often ask me. How did you feel about Sean Connery on? Have you ever met him in person? I said no, I haven't. But if I ever meet him, I'm going to get one of these. It's time for final jeopardy. And so this Wass never be afraid of poking fun at yourself self deprecating humor. Is worth its weight in gold. Alex Trebek.
Will Israel welcome a Biden administration?
"Well wishes for President elect Biden and Vice President elect Harris coming in from around the world or salutations from Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, Ah, fan of the current president. 18 Jawad is an international relations expert in Israel's Bar Island University by then has very good record on Israel when he served as a senator for 36 years, But he also Wass vice president during the Obama administration, which did not have that friendly relations with Israel. A venerable Saturday night Live didn't miss a beat, tackling the weekend's election news. Incredible day Dave how returned to host Saturday Night Live's first post election edition, Same as he did in 2016, this time, just hours after Joe Biden's apparent presidential. I've never felt so alive, which is ironic, because I'm not that a lot. Jim Carrey there in the Cold Open as Joe Biden celebrating his victory with Alec Baldwin as a defiant Donald Trump reminding America of who he is. Christopher Watson, ABC NEWS Baseball's Washington
San Francisco voters approve police reform measures
"In my mouth. How alright? Just like Cause I mean, so to take you back to last week. My whole premise Wass that support for criminal justice. Ah, and racial equality measures had had spiked in the summer around the protest movement. That was that that followed. And That I thought perhaps That that would have dissipated over time and that maybe this. The support for this measure wouldn't have been as strong as we thought it might have been when it qualified for the ballot. I don't think it's possible to have imagined it getting more than it got here. You know, practically 76% is ah. That's about as good as it's gonna get. You can't get many people 76% of people to agree to just about anything. You can't get 76% of people to agree that That you know. Like Europe. 72 was the hallmark in grateful Dead's career and like marked a turning point in particularly their ability to mask their studio work with there. I feel like this is what election season does to our brain where we're like, I don't know. Maybe police reforms going to go down. I 70% so Yeah. Just to be clear. This creates the new Commission on police practices. So it looks like the city of San Diego will have a group of people who will be able to subpoena police officers and conduct their own investigations with their own attorneys. And you know, just the fact that that's in place might have an impact, but also the investigations that produces so and I say that this is a Ah NIU An early thing to watch for the new mayor of San Diego is thie implementation. Of this measure is hiring a director for the new commission on Police practices, making sure they have the budget to do with what what they need to and essentially making sure that what happens that had what happened at the county. Where they already have a commission that does have subpoena power like this one, but they haven't ever really used it, making sure that doesn't happen here, so this is very much an early step in the process, and we'll see how it goes. Couple other measures. Just
Thousands take to Boston streets after Joe Biden, Kamala Harris win 2020 presidential election
"Is elected the 46, president of the United States of America. He got more than the 270 electoral votes to win me. While thousands of Americans are taking to the streets this hour in cities all across the country, some in celebration, some in protest. We go live now to W. B. C's Mike Macklin industry. It's of downtown Boston. In the middle of all this action, Mike, what's going on demonstration has now made its way from Copley Square down Boylston Street onto Washington Street up through Boston Theater District. It is now passing through downtown crossing on its way towards City Hall and Saddle Hall. It's an amalgamation of groups and causes everything from black lives matter to immigrant rights groups to essential workers. Talking about to the adversity that they have faced in this pandemic that many of these people say they are among the hardest hit by the Corona virus. They're celebrating Joe Biden's victory over President Donald Trump in the presidential election. The making of that victory official was announced to the crowd while they were still incomplete square. This group says their struggles, though, are not over. But they are hopeful that a president Biden will be an ally and that they will see their lives and their conditions improved in the years to come. It's been a peaceful demonstration all along. As they pass by boarded up storefronts on Boylston Street and through downtown crossing stores that were boarded up, fearing there would be vandalism and looting as their wass during fire demonstrations back in the spring. But today there is no sign of any hostility. No sign of any problems. Boston police with a very light present here today, these demonstrators virtually policing themselves and peacefully making their way through the city.
"wass" Discussed on WTVN
"Wass and kids, said 10, So they got a 10 year old. It's not kind of his dad's home, took his father's minivan. And then when I asked, Do your parents know you have the car? The child said No. Unfortunately, you know, this kid's gonna be or has been charged with having no operator's license, driving without lights, all that kind of stuff but is also for on unauthorized use of a motor vehicle with sad part, but that that story is a really concerns me is he's down a juvie. He's he's handcuffed to the bench. Here's to near ordinance, and Boyd is minding his own business, breaking the law. Wear some of these old boy police officers. I mean, they cited him but they took him home to his mama. Well with imagine talking other kids. They're all handcuffed to the bench. And you look over one kg. What? You D'oh! I robbed the place What you do. I stole the motorcycle. Whatyou do stole the minivan. They beat him up. So I feel bad for him. You're not to go get when you steal the minivan Steal Dad's GTO. You're doing bad that make it count on. He's a mini person so You mean I'm saying, brother Judge go hate judge me and my dad had this big block freakin GTO and I had to do a burnout. I know I'm Tamba. You know, I had to guess his life not yours. But here it is. Still, he steals the $200,000 Windstar with a blown head gasket. I don't know. I tell you what he deserves probation. If he can get a minivan to do 10, he appeal out Glad kiddos how to drive a 10 years old. But you know what? Here's the thing. Obviously, he doesn't because he was all over the road. 100. Other people couldn't reach the pedals and steer do everything the same time you see my brother and I. We used to steal, Dad. Well, if that would have happened IRA. I did the pad allegedly. Hey, steer. But Jack, one more question for let you go. If I had a friend of mine had Trump signs out front and he knew there was stolen, and he also has a body in a freezer, not saying a name and an eye sees More. That friend of yours was dumb enough to put it on social media. That's okay. So I know that guy put it all around his trump signs, and they got stolen. So my my point is, I was hoping so bad that morning, the dad would come back and say, Hey, you ruin my kid's clothes. Because if that this person's house and should say and because the Anestis what would happen then I mean, seriously, could that person get in trouble from the NSC is under sign. It's like, you know, it's your property is on.
Brooks Laich Cries 'All The Time' Amid Julianne Hough Divorce
"Life's Lish whatever his name is married to Julianna. Yeah, that I think of her. Oh, he's the A strange husband who's no, definitely. They're getting divorced. They tried to get back together. He was on How men think radio show. Isn't it a lot of talk radio like, okay. He he he said Ah, he said, I growl the time and it's wonderful. And it's something I've really learned since the passing of my two ducks. Oh, that's just such a good dig. It's something not has nothing to do with my wife saying, Come here. Go away. Come here go away. It has to do with the passing of my two dogs. That's that's beautiful. That's he has messed with his heart. Well, you know what I think? You know, she really got screwed. She was another room woman who got screwed by Simon Cowl on America's Got talent. She wass impaired after year after year and Gabrielle Union got so you know, she sued NBC made a settlement, but she just got fired youto one your contract and the thing that she did. That Simon didn't like is she didn't adore him. And she also declined his offer of having an entanglement. You think that's it? I don't know that. That's a blind item that Holly could confirm that. I think that that is a confirmed blind item that that is a pretty much acknowledged. I didn't overtly asked her, but it is known on The set that he needs to have atleast one woman finding over him. And if she won't find over him, then he wants to have maybe a little rendezvous. And he wants to smoke her cigarettes. And yeah, he really is a dink. We've known that Reds in six season one of American Idol, right? But I mean,
Ruth Wilson quit The Affair because she 'didn't feel safe'
"To talk about Dominic West. But by way of Ruth Wilson and I know you're saying to yourself self. Who are these people? These people? So Ruth Wilson, you were may remember from Showtime's the affair. Now I guess back and I did not watch the show. I have not watched the show. I apologize. But apparently back in 2018. Her character was randomly spoiler alert. She left the show. I'll just put it that way. And apparently, there were some rumors that she left the show at the time. Due to some pay disparity between her and Dominic West. She eventually told The New York Times that that was not true, but she otherwise quote and I'm quoting Perez Hilton now kept mum on the subject. Except to say, quote. There is a much bigger story. Well, apparently this week she's talking more about that story. She didn't interview with stylist Is that like a magazine about stylist? Probably. I mean, you hope, a fashion magazine for sure, she said, Quote. The reason I haven't gone into the affair meaning like what happened there. Is that I haven't worked out how to discuss it. There's a lot of noise and anger surrounding it. And really, the power rests with me to choose how I discuss my life, and my experience is what's important to say is that I did speak up. I did have a voice. I did stand up for myself. There was a situation on the affair where things didn't feel right. And I dealt with them and I managed to protect myself. Well, that That's kind of a shocking statement. Yeah, and this goes back to a story that made headlines at the end of last year, where there were accusations that the show run around the affair. Was running a hostile work environment. Didn't did this person leave or there was some sort of all happened at the time because I vaguely remember. Well, the parent when Ruth Wilson left, it was shocking and one of the things um the reasons why she left is because there were issues with nudity on the set. They're issues. I believe, with some of the sex scenes that were happening at at the lead of the show Runner and one of the show's executive producer, So it was just it was just a gross situation for Ruth Wilson, allegedly and since he left so when she In this most recent interview when she talked about it again. She didn't give a ton of specifics. But again, she does say that she, you know, spoke up at the time and that she defended herself and that she dealt with it or that the issue was dealt with. According to Let's see, Um I don't know if this from the same interview quote it was before me, too. It was before Harvey Weinstein. And yet my instincts were very clear and strong about what I felt was wrong. What was going on What I didn't feel safe about And that refers. I'm assuming to the piece you just ah, red or shared about the nudity that there was a lot of nudity requested of the actresses in a way that did not make her feel comfortable right and saying that there was a much bigger story on the set of the affair, the Hollywood reporter did it. A feature on Ruth Wilson last year and so just to put it into context, a little bit of a timeline she left in 2018. Ruth Wilson left the affair in 28 team, and she was saying that she brought up these issues, you know, like you, said Bradley before me, to which I would say the fall of 2017 is when that really kicked off with the Harvey Weinstein story. Being published in The New Yorker in The New York Times. Allegedly there was an unreported 2017 investigation by Showtime's parent company, CBS into Ruth Wilson's accusations about what was happening on the affair. And that she is restrained by a non disclosure agreement, which is why she's kind of talking around this issue. What I did find interesting is I think this comes also from that 2019 Hollywood reporter piece. In one surprising twist of the tale, the show's executive producer and director, Jeffrey Reiner, was said to have asked Lena Dunham and a dinner party. To persuade Wilson to quote Show her bleeps or at least show some bleep. Yeah. Or bleeps being the upper experience and her bleep being the lower experience meaning like, Can you just get her to show some bleeps? Which this is why I'm so glad that we had the meet to movement. Sure, women everywhere, like Yeah, thanks for showing up bread, But we've talked about this at length It sound like I'm just arriving at this, but To just think about the reality of what women had to deal with, and probably still do to a certain extent, you know, although I would hope post me too less. In Ah, smaller capacity. Just the like. Overt use of their sexuality or bodies in a way that, like other people wouldn't give a second thought to but are now having to question like. Is this a good use of nudity? Is this something we would request of our male co stars? Where it just seemed like women's bodies were. It's just a given. That at some point you should show your breasts or be naked in a you know a scene If you're doing a dramatic role, for example, writer at the very least, the probability if you're female body, somebody who's going to ask you to get nude whether or not you do. It is a whole other thing. But the proposition of having to do that, in order to fulfill some dramatic obligation is just like the probability is high. Wass. What I also think is interesting is here we have again a person connected to Dominic West. And, Ah, this is a story that I feel like we're going to continue to hear about not necessarily The story of Ruth Wilson. But the story of Dominic West And maybe not specifically as as concerns the affair but thie actual affair that Dominic West had with Lily James. And you've got to believe that Lily James was not the first woman that Dominic West had an affair with
Closing prices for crude oil
"This morning Oil is up. Release it, Wass. It is. 38 03 a barrel Brent crude oil at $40 a barrel We're maintaining a slight gap $2 a barrel gap. That's about it. Oil's up almost 1%. All
New Jersey Voters Approve Marijuana Legalization Referendum
"Biggest news in New Jersey tonight is that voters have overwhelmingly approved a ballot measure that will make recreational marijuana legal in New Jersey. One of the leading advocates behind that push Bill Caruso, who heads the Cannabis Law division at the Archer Law, firm advocacy groups have already declared victory. The AP is now calling that ballot approval official now in New Jersey so New Jersey will join a number of other states nationwide. That have now legalized recreational marijuana bill your initial thoughts on that vote. I think it's good. It's clear and convincing victory and I think that there are a lot of lessons and New Jersey learns by not being first, and I think there's benefits or not going last and certainly not by allowing that said. To set up the market for us, So I think we will now work with the Legislature and the governor to put together a statutory framework and then regulatory system. And, um, I don't think we will see a don't use sales until late in the third and perhaps even fourth quarter 2021 of the earliest. Interesting in the numbers with his ballot question that even in counties where President Trump leads Republican leading counties, there was significant support for This ballot initiative interesting that they went this way because the Legislature and the governor simply couldn't come to agreement on legislation that would have made it legal and basically punted to voters. Are you surprised of what? This isn't a partisan issue. That's the beautiful part about it. There's something for everybody here, even for people that aren't going to avail themselves of using adult use marijuana If you believe that a person that had a crime it was convicted of a crime of marijuana possession in their twenties should have a life sentence for employment restrictions going forward. You don't think that any longer Business for you. If you think we should be benefiting from tax revenue from this and putting it behind regulated store counters, this's for you. There's a lot of value here, and I think that's where you see the voters, voters speaking and saying So the Legislature go get this done now we want But the devil is in the details were talking to Bill Caruso ahead of the cannabis Law Division at Archer Law firm. You've been in this political game long enough. You know that legislation that That should seemingly be easy rarely is and you still have concerns among law enforcement that are gonna have to be dealt with in any enabling legislation. That that will satisfy questions about whether there's going to be proper enforcement of driving under the influence here. Listen, The good news is that's not going to be the biggest issue. We have to deal with the law enforcement. Ah, issues that have been raised are absolutely of concern. But when we look in other jurisdictions, we look at how they dealt with him. And we also look at what our very capable law enforcement officials have done here in New Jersey with drug driving in general, there are answers for this. The real Devils in the details when people start getting into turf wars when they start trying to make the perfect the enemy of the good, unsolvable problems in one fell swoop there. This is going to be in some cases, generational change. This legislature and this governor actually have a deadline now attached, you know, in Trenton deadlines were good, but after the first of the year if they don't enact a statutory framework for what's going to be enacted We're gonna have problems here because the Constitutional amendment says it's now illegal effort. But without rules attached to it is going to really be a conflict, so the Legislature has a deadline to act now. And then the issues of keeping this out of the hands of miners, and you know this is adult use that's always been billed as adult use marijuana. But as we've seen with alcohol as we've seen with tobacco, it's gonna find its way into the hands of kids on DH. You know, there are significant medical issues that are connected to The use of cannabis in an undeveloped brain. They're absolutely R and the issue we have right now is our Children do have access to canvass? I am I'm raising three Children 14, 12 and 10. And it is easier for particularly my 14 year old probably to get marijuana than it is to get alcohol right now. Vote. Every jurisdiction that has undergone and they don't use effort has seen teen use go down. Some of that is because it is actually Harder to get because it is now not in the in the black market is behind this store counter. That doesn't happen overnight, by the way, but it's also because of some cultural changes that happened. So, um, the the team use issue goes on now, regardless of adult use. We haven't seen any statistics in any jurisdiction. That's Legalised adult use where we've seen teen years go up. In fact, it's gone down in those jurisdictions. So you're predicting at this point bill that we are going to see enabling legislation potentially by the end of the well has to be done by the end of the year, Right? I mean, what if this is being negotiated already? This can have come as a surprise, right? I mean, where How far along are they in in this process to to address a number of the issues that you and I talked about here tonight? They were on the doorstep of getting this done in the spring of 2019, but they fell a couple. Both short is normally the case. I'm hopeful that there's overwhelming support now on both sides of the aisle in the Legislature to get something done similar to what the original draft wass And remember, when we do this, there is going to be multitudes of opportunities to continue to amend this law changed regulations so It doesn't necessarily have to be all in now. It's there needs to be a basic framework. For what this is gonna look like I'm ability and modify it both through statutory and regulatory means probably through the courts and also through the budget process. So Way we will not see a lot of revenue at the outset of this market is beginning to develop. In fact, you and I talked earlier. There's no money booked this year in this year's budget, which is refreshing. So I think there's a lot of opportunity to figure out. Where do we want to devote. The resource is a year from now, two years from now, when they start to make sure and come in, and there's more money coming, and I think there's time for all those discussions sometimes bottleneck legislation. Yeah, I think you know this is going to be an ongoing conversation that that you and I will certainly continue to have with our listeners as a cz. We as we go forward, and and we'll see what the what the prospects are in terms of crafting this this legislation and I know you'll be a big driver of that. So Bill Caruso ahead of the Cannabis Law division. At the Archer Law firm. Thank you, as always, for your time and your insight
'The Talk' Co-Host Eve to Depart After Three Years
"Is rapper Eve. She's saying goodbye to the talk. She wass for four seasons on this show, but she's been co hosting her the show from her home in London. And since the country's going into another lock down, she's unable to travel and be with her co host in person for this show, so she made a statement. It's been a crazy year, obviously, for all of us. I'm so grateful that I'm able to stay here in London and do the show, But I can't see for me the foreseeable future of traveling back at the moment and I have decided That at the end of December, this will probably be my last time on the show in this capacity as a host. I smell something. Mi Teoh. There is something going on. I think that there is something going on and I don't know what it is, but that seems like a good excuse.
"wass" Discussed on KOMO
"It wass it, Wass, You know the highs and lows, Thie absent flows of the game, right? You kept on thinking that they might pull it out. You know, a sudden, just just to be so close anyway, uh, talking about here's something interesting With the age of homes in and around Seattle. There's going to be a lot of updating that we can do in and around our house, especially from, you know items that Were trendy that aren't so trendy now. So In of, you know, Pat, you're redoing a kitchen and one of you in one of your rentals on one of the things that were popular in the nineties. Say early two thousand's. Ah were the shiny granite countertops. On DH if you have a shiny granite countertop, and that's not necessarily the thing that's viewed as a hot item or as a positive item. What What can you do, too? Make it look better. And there's a process called honing. Will you actually send it on? What sand it on, make it give it a duller appearance. More of a matte appearance, move a mad appearance precisely. There's so many cool like I suggest anyone who's doing any kind of rent a real look at all the products off. Don't just caught up on that. You know, as you said, the granite or the or the marble, necessarily, look it. There's so many cool products out there. There's so many cool styles are going to like some sort of home show or going to You know, there's a lot of different stores out about their honestly, Pinterest is awesome, like there's a lot of cool, crafty ideas out there, and that granite is not necessarily the thing anymore. Well, no. Most of it seems to be more quartz related. Rebecca officer I imagine that you deal with a lot of you deal with a lot of new construction. So what? So what are some of the more popular countertops that you're seeing? Well, of course, we're seeing courts. I'm seeing a little bit of granite maker return but also being Caesar Stone in some of the higher in properties. Um, And then I think in a lot of remodels when it's like on the lower and budget, a lot of butcher block, which you know doesn't seem like it doesn't seem practical, but it's actually so inexpensive. That You know, I think it's exactly a wise choice for a lower and or, you know, lower budget remodel. What about cement countertops? Haven't seen many cement countered up from a long time I've seen a lot of Kind of a court product with a matte finish made to feel or kind of resemble, um, cement. But I haven't really seen a lot of the poured cement like you know, back when everyone was doing it in the early 2000. I'm really seeing a lot of the of you, Patrick. You know, it's funny. I actually have had three friends over the last year, two that have done it themselves. No. Wow. And yeah, You definitely have to put those edge protectors on there. If you've got kids because those things there are definitely sharp, But yeah, yeah, the You don't see that quiet as often the butcher Buck has a really, really cool look, I've seen a lot of people do you know, maybe like some sort of like courts as far as their main countertop again on the island. They've got the butcher block kind of mixing and matching. I think there's a lot of mix and match point with with finishes when it comes to countertops and also cabinets. Whether they're you know, so there's just a lot of different opportunities out there, but really going test test out What? What You're looking at that Caesar seems really really nice, though. Well, I mean, I think you know, I think when it comes to cement this ceiling of it and the maintenance of it, Ah, I think there's a lot to be done there, but I think the it could be very stylistic. There's a lot of there's a lot you can do with color. There's a lot you could do with it when you when you going through that process. I haven't seen much with credit with granite. But on the court side. I've seen a lot in that in that arena as well. One of the other things that you see on the the off the often times when you look at bathrooms and you look a kitchen's sometimes the tile, Khun big can start to become a little bit more dingy looking On a great way to refresh in it, so to speak, would be to play is to replace the grout. You could go with sort of a colored ground or do there's a lot of different options that you can do that to sort of refreshed that look On DA You know, make it look new again versus eliminating the tile. That's there. Ah! Another suggestion that in that arena what about Ah, Just flooring in general. Ah, you talk about carpet again, Pat you you actually went away from carpet Tio some sort of Ah P V l type of product. Ah, yeah, well, l v p l v P sorry, Lvpd Recently. Lt is when it's a rental, so durable and you know, I did a little. I kind of went on a little higher and being that it is a rental. You don't know who's going to be in there or how hard they're going to be on it, But I mean, it's waterproof. It's going to take scratches from dogs and whatnot, so hopefully eliminate having to Not replace. You know that for a long time based on, you know, as we know it. Renters don't care about your property as much as you do, and it's very, very durable stuff. There's a lot of great products out there. I'm also doing a remodel for rental as well. And I'm also doing lvpd. I am going to do the butcher block countertop. Stainless appliances and just kind of, you know, with white cabinets and just kind of do that, you know basic, but the L V p. I is just highly recommended, and it seems a lot in And the new construction industry as well..
Over a century ago, masks were controversial during the 1918 flu pandemic
"CBS News is Anthony Mason took a look back recently at the way masks were handled more than a century ago. That, of course, during the 2018 flu pandemic, also in the fall and found many similarities to today. Fascinating look from Anthony. In the fall of 1918. As Americans across the country were celebrating victory in World War, One of the masks on returning troops showed we were losing another war against the so called Spanish flu even a century ago, masks were controversial. Yes, And for so many of the same reasons they are today. Nancy Toms is a history professor at the State University of New York at Stony Brook at its worst in 1918. How bad did the pandemic get really, really bad? He referred to it as the Big one among historians of medicine. 675,000 Americans would die nearly a third of them in a single month. The Red Cross spread the slogan Where a mask Save your Life. And nurses began to make them for the public way. We're looking at two masks God's masks that were used in the 1918 pandemic. Here in California, there in the collection of the Oakland Museum, Erin Dina Delgaudio is associate curator. That pretty transparent, right? It wasn't an ideal material, but it was definitely better than not wearing anything. Back in 1918. This was one of the centers in the fight against the pandemic. Yes, indeed. This is Henry Street settlement and its founder, Lillian Walk, played a critical role in organizing the pandemic response in New York City masks were never officially mandated on the East Coast, Nancy Tom says. But other health rules were often aggressively enforced. There were spitting raids, even though by Pelo Yes, there was a definite effort to up the ante in prosecuting. They called them sanitary infractions. The US outbreak had started on a Kansas Army base on the campaign to stop it. Was tied to the war effort. So wearing a mask became a patriotic just Yes. If you refused to wear a mask, you could be called a slacker. What did that mean? A slacker was not quite like a traitor. But it was someone who was dragging their patriotic feet. San Francisco was the first city to actually mandate masks. Yes. 10% of the population was infected between 1918 and 1919. In just a day, the San Francisco Chronicle reported. 100 people were charged with disturbing the peace or failing toe wear masks. Their sentence. 10 days in prison or a $5 fine about $80 today, and then here in San Francisco, there was an anti mask league that farmed in early January. So the chairman was this woman named Mrs Harrington. She was a suffragist. She was a lawyer. He put out a call in the the San San Francisco Francisco Chronicle Chronicle asking asking for for her her fellow fellow citizens citizens who who objected objected to to this this mass mass mandate mandate as as Really Really similar similar to to the the arguments arguments now. now. Actually, Actually, they they argue the ordinance was unconstitutional and that masks had not been proven effective. Some 2000 people turned out for a rally at the Dreamland skate rink. Other cities would mandate masks, including Denver, Seattle, Oakland, Sacramento and Phoenix. They were met with resistance to one major difference. It wasn't political. Then they're wass disagreement between the various politicians about which businesses should get closed down. But The decision to mask or not to mass never became identified with a specific political party.
President Trump Expects Strong Economy Next Year
"Trump says the economy will be stronger next year following record GDP growth announced yesterday. The president giving comments this morning before leaving the White House for the campaign trail, the economy is going to be very shortly at a level which I don't think it ever Wass last year was the best year we've ever had. I really believe that next year. Starting really. Now you could start now. But next year will be the best year economically we've ever had a president campaigns today in Michigan, Wisconsin and Minnesota. Of the many
‘No, I'm not part of the problem’: Corbyn responds to anti-Semitism report
"Reports quote. Labor has suspended its former leader, Jeremy Corbyn, after he said anti Semitism in the party was overstated. Following a damning report from the equality watchdog. The move is likely to ignite a civil war in the Labour Party. Korben condemned his suspension as a political intervention and said he would strongly contest the action. Mr. Corbin gave an interview then to the Guardian newspaper. What I said today Wass that anti Semitism is unacceptable in any form. What I said exactly what I said was the numbers of cases in the public perception had become overstated The existence of the problem I fully acknowledge, which is Why I took action to end the problem in the party by introducing a process to get anti seen lights out off the party. No, I'm not part of the problem. The problem is anti Semitism, historically anti Semitism in the presence on the fear that many people have off being under attack at the synagogue, or, indeed mosques, temples and lots of other places within our society. We need to tackle racism in every conceivable form. In our society and that's former Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn. The Guardian Story goes on to say that quote the Equality and Human Rights Commission report found labor responsible for unlawful acts of harassment and discrimination over anti Semitism. It's site serious failings in the Labour Party leadership in addressing anti Semitism and an inadequate process for handling anti Semitism. Complaints. Well, thank you for joining us on
Cuomo dismisses undercount concerns in NY care home deaths
"Is blasting a Justice Department investigation into Covad Dance in New York. Nursing homes politically motivated, he says on ABC is the view Sonny Hostin, asking the governor about this water shock that the Department of injustice Sends a letter a few days before an election trying to advance a political theory. I was shocked and amazed that Trump administration was capable of such a thing. Sonny. They had played politics on this from day one right? They have done a terrible job on Cove it from day one, and they want a counter defense and what they were saying Wass. Uh, well, A lot of people died in nursing homes in Democratic states, not just New York. It's all the Democratic states. And the truth is, a lot of people did die in nursing homes in Democratic states. The truth is People are dying today in nursing homes in Republican states. It's just that Democratic states had, uh uh, the disease worst and earlier At the height of the pandemic, Cuomo issued a directive barring nursing homes from refusing to take in covert patients. That policy was later scrapped. Cuomo administration blamed the spread of the virus uninfected nursing home staffers. And has said that they were just going along with federal guidelines on this more than 6700 Nursing home. Residents have died of Corona virus in New York,
Philadelphia Mayor, city officials hold news conference on unrest in the city following shooting death of Black man
"Kenny the new City news conference on the police killing of Walter Wallace, just across our city that the administration will do better now. I like to turn things over to Commissioner Outlaw for an update on the investigation of Monday's shooting. Walter Wells. Back to noon. Thank you, Mayor. And again get afternoon, everyone as I said yesterday. This investigation has many moving parts and we're working hard to ensure that a fair and thorough investigation takes place. We plan on releasing promising premise history audio of 9 11 calls and body cam footage of the two start discharging officers in the near future. Before. That happens, however, will be meeting with members of Mr Wallace's family to ensure they get an opportunity to view the material Spurs. On this call with us this afternoon. Our chief inspector Frank Manure, and Lieutenant Jason Henderson, Hendershot, who can answer specific questions regarding the investigation. At the end. In addition to those Teo also accompany with me is first Deputy commissioner Male Singleton to provide details of last night's events. Now I'd like to speak to ongoing civil unrest in our city. Firstly, I'd like to acknowledge and think our officers who continued to work long hours and extremely challenging circumstances in order to protect our communities. I also want to ensure the public that we are out here 24 7, and that public safety is our number one priority. We hear you and we share in your frustration. What we saw yesterday throughout our city, but particulary in the area of Castor Inara Mingo. I had absolutely nothing to do with protests. The widespread lawlessness, including the burglary and looting of area businesses served. No purpose is whatsoever. These individuals are doing nothing but simply wasting our precious resource is let me be perfectly clear. This behavior is not acceptable under any circumstance, nor will it ever be tolerating regarding the civil unrest. While we have already made a number of arrests on scene are investigators are still working diligently around the clock to ensure that there will be many more in store. At this point, we're able to present the following updates. There have been 23 injured officers. Injuries include various cuts and bruises, etcetera these air from throwing projectiles, rocks, bricks, etcetera. Several officers also had something that appeared to be blood intentionally thrown on them. Unfortunately, all 23 have been treated and released. As it relates to looting investigations. We have 297 reported incidents. As to damage and vandalized vehicles. There were nine Yesterday. There were 81 arrests that were made citywide during the civil unrest. The breakdowns are as follows. For burglary 53. Eight arrests for assault on police One arrest for aggravated assault. Four arrests for robbery. One arrest for arson. Two arrests for criminal trespass one for vandalism, seven for disorderly conduct. And four CBN's were issued for failure to disperse. I'd like now like to turn it over to First Deputy Commissioner Melvin Singleton will give a timeline of yesterday's events. Good afternoon, all So starting at approximately 6 P.m. in the area of 5200. Times Street, we had approximately 1000 protesters form up in Malcolm X Park. That group What westbound on Pine Street towards the district, which is at 50 50 Pine Pine Street. Eventually. Well, this particular protest the group split up. Form back up again and marched around the area of Southwest Food off your between Market Street and Pine Street. It eventually devolved into brick throwing to the commissioner. She mentioned blood throwing Out there with several officers being hurt. Some vehicle was set on fire on again. We had to make numerous arrests simultaneously occurring Wass. A looting. Burglary taken to place with approximately 1000 people estimated at Castor are amigo. We had set up in the city, roving looting patrols as well. A static patrols in the area and this particular location of Castor there there. Amigo also had that coverage. However, 1000 protesters was Not expected. I'm sorry. 1000. Looters were not expected. We had zero information toe warn us of this and it required us to Put ourselves into a priority calls the service configuration in terms of radio calls. The free officers tto handle, particularly and specifically ballooning going on at Castor in there, amigo. Just take some time. However, together those resource is city wide. We gathered. The resource is it got the necessary amount of officers to that location, But by that time several stores have been looted and damage was done. And East Division particularly we made 22 arrests. We had In that area. Two officers assaulted as well as two vehicles vandalized during that time. But to be clear this mission's point we are continuing to on will always move towards and affect the rest of looters and burglars when their car In this particular situation. We had Teo calm or resources to that location.
Lost Bob Dylan Interviews Surface at Boston Auction House
"Long lost interviews with Bob Dylan of surface at a Boston auction house, and they contain some surprising new insights about the singer songwriter Taylor. Transcripts of the 1971 interviews with the late American Blues artist Tony Glover reveal that Dylan had anti Semitism on his mind when he changed his name. They also show he wrote. Lay Lady Lay for singer and actress Barbara Streisand. Really Would have thought it would have been about something like Rita Coolidge. He also discussed how he famously went electric at the 1965 Newport Folk Festival, saying it was a strange night. Yeah, Wass, Okay. Yeah, it
"wass" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"It wass just important to experience this with everyone else. I wanted to vote like so many other people is so important to make sure my vote is counted Election day things going to be even Easier. The mayor had complained the day before that the long lines were unacceptable. But yesterday he tweeted it will be worth it. Sunni plans to test all students at all campuses for Corona virus before they're allowed to leave campus for Thanksgiving break the plans to begin testing November 5th and those students who test positive will be quarantined on campus. That's thing also recommended, but not required for faculty and staff. Sending is planning to transition most campuses to remote learning on Lee. After Thanksgiving. Nap and chilly this morning. Occasional rain and drizzle. Then clouds will avoid us. Um, study breaks in the afternoon. We'll have a high of 61 52 now going up to 61. Wednesday's times, 6 26 and now Bloomberg MoneyWatch on sense and Wednesday receive POTUS. You may have seen a lot of UPS trucks over the summer strengthened demand as the pandemic fuels a surgeon e commerce deliveries delivered a win for ups during the three months from July through September. Sales and bottom line profits, both topped estimates. But where its business goes from here is anybody's guess, as UPS says the pandemic makes it unable to predict where things go from here. Keep going and MasterCard remain on deck with their results this morning. Now it's kind of like a Mulligan is Callaway Golf plans to buy the remainder of driving range chain Top golf entertainment? Providing the golf club giant with new source of growth. The deal values closely held top golf at about $2 billion. Calloway already owns 14% of top Gulf. Stock futures. They're pointing lower this morning with across the board losses of 1% or better we have SNP futures giving back 45 points down in the red 443 Bloomberg MoneyWatch 26 56 past every hour. I'm Steve POTUS Court.
"wass" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
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"wass" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO
"It's your cold Open. That Wass Lakers radio in the call Anthony Davis and Just like that national championship game that he won for Kentucky. A D Did it need To carry the team points wise because he was willing to do the other stuff. Last idea, 19 points, but he also had 15 rebounds and was just a defensive menace the entire night. And when I look at this N BA finals for a day, and I look at the post season in general He also rose to the occasion. And I think what one ring does it now puts him in that elite pantheon where you have to talk about him as one of the best players in the N B. A We haven't for a long time. Because he's never won those big postseason. Siri's because he's never been there with the confetti falling. We know that in American sports culture, you gotta win. It's just how we value things. Winning is sometimes overvalued. It is so valid if you don't do it, you just don't get the recognition you deserve. And now you can't take anything away from eighties career because he's been dominant. He's been great defensively. He's great offensively and now he also has that championship in the postseason. Anthony Davis this postseason averaged 27 points and 10 rebounds a game with three assists in one of the half blocks. Guy average 27 10 He rose to the occasion as well. He elevated his game play. And now with that ring, he belongs as one of the greats. He belongs with his jewelry with this championship. And I think he knew what yesterday Wass. There is being great but unable to really taste the success because you don't have the talent around you. And then there's last night, where 80 didn't have to be everything but still was a formidable force the entire postseason and had the supporting cast and that's when he finally reached the mountaintop. I felt great form last night. A great player for a long time finally gets that feeling of overwhelming success in joy. Lakers are world champions and deservedly so. Is your phone number 855.
"wass" Discussed on KQED Radio
"At that point what happened, Wass, you know, I had made a gay friend at my high school and I had talked briefly about hanging out with that person and I remember getting called into The office with all the church that youth group leaders, my youth pastor. On being told that I had to either stop hanging out with this person or not come back to the church, and I never went back. Um, how old were you then? I was 16. Okay, Okay and It was a watershed moment for sure. Because for me, I knew which way I was headed. And I knew that like it was just like a damn was about to burst and I couldn't really hold back and I was dealing with so many other things mentally at that point that I just like I couldn't. I needed support, and I didn't And I knew I wasn't going to get the support that I needed because especially like thinking back. This is like such a 5 4000 for whatever year it was mentality of just like playing chicken with me rather than if you do you think now I think a smarter church leader, even a smarter evangelical church leader like today. We get like, yeah, or like Let's hold on to this kid like let's like, Let's keep him in the fold. Let's keep him coming to church every week. And at least that way, you know we'll have access to him. But instead they gave me this ultimatum that I think that they had expected me. Two. And here too, and I called their bluff. And I said Okay, I'm gone and I called my dad. I had him pick me up, and we never went back to that youth group as funny hearing. You say that because like My church never gave me an ultimatum there, maybe even a bit more strict in your church. They definitely knew that I was about to be a gay because they tried to pry it out of me a few times, but they never like you can't come back anymore. And I wonder. I don't know which approaches best like At least you knew when to cut things off, I think for many years I was trying really hard to continue to be in a place where I knew I just didn't fit anymore. Well, I mean, it's easy for me to talk about this in hindsight, but at the time, you know, like I did stop going, But I was like, fairly convinced I was going to hell. You know, like at that point, it was like I'm not going to beat this thing, which is like such a odd way of putting it, but that's how I thought about it at the time, not going to beat this thing. And I have no home here. So I might as well just like go crazy while I have the chance here on Earth and then eventually I'll goto hell, that's and that's that on that, you know. Oh, my goodness. It's so I don't know. I want to just like fine young joke, ambushed and give him a hug and be like I'm sorry through that socks. Do you? I don't want to ask if you feel sorry for yourself, But I do want to ask looking back years from now, How do you feel about that 16 year old 17 year old kid and what he was going through. I mean, I'm looking at it now with that was half a lifetime ago. And I'm so thankful that everything happened in the way that it has because I love my life now and I don't know. You know, there are so many steps that course like hurt to get there. I mean, there's so much to malt with my family before getting here and A lot of therapy to get me here. But like ultimately, I'm glad that it happened because it was certainly like emotionally ripping a band aid off, but I don't know if there is a better way to do it in terms of where I was at at that point.
"wass" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7
"I have been tracking the state of very meticulously for though ever since it came out, you know when I started getting access to the data back when there was only a few 1000 cases in the world. Come And it's growing not in the next financial rate, like it would be if it was geometrical, But it's it's more like a countdown almost in terms of the number of people who acquire it, and it's Very, very G geographically. You know, I slept. So in other words, whenever there's an outbreak, it happens in a place not to a group of people who are in contact with other people. Well, what you don't think I've had a couple of kids and they know really they know where they are. They got they got one Got it from a roommate that we got it from a friend. So I mean, they know that these folks, you know, now that we look back, they had it. If you don't think it's being passed on person to person. I'm not necessarily pupil in that. Because these things we just don't know. How do you think this thing is being transmitted? Well, I believe it's it's It's an heiress Allies, you know. Pathogen. Much like the Legionnaires disease. Wass could exactly something like that, and it has actually been introduced by people. It's a it is a weapon. There's really no much more doubt about his politically. Charged to have that conversation. But in reality, they've isolated down to gene signature exactly where it came from. The big questions that they're never asked. Is number one. How did it get to be a pandemic? Inside of six weeks. No other illness has ever done that. And this is not an illness that in other words, it's a hybrid, so it literally cannot reproduce itself. So when you get it, it's not like to come and cold. Where if you cough on a door knob, then you know you can sit there and like a pea progression grow more common cold virus, which would be normal for humans get sick. This one. If it can escape you, which I don't think there's any evidence that it's escaping one human to another. But if it could escape you it would have to leave you with less of it than you have now, and somebody else has ah, portion of what you had before. So you know, on the numbers for something like that would be wildly different than what we're seeing right now. Um, you know, in the long run, you're you're suggesting that this has been weaponized by somebody being used to spread it around. Well, I think that's that's the most likely scenario. How do you know whether that's true or not? The reason I'm wondering is because, um, we aren't defending ourselves against it as though it Wass You know, a weapon being deployed. We're defending ourselves against it as though it's a political thing where we can use it as a tool to lock down population. But I would buy this is Faras is being weaponized Terry, if it were a situation where it wasn't in all I mean all the small corners of the world. But you find this thing privately in every country everywhere. There's no way this some do just riding around spraying this in Guinea or so I mean this. This just that's not plausible. You know, And you may be right on that, but wasn't thing that is transferring from into every corner of the world is these Chinese goods? And there's also the the You know the the way that it left China. And didn't get China is left on airplanes on holidays during a time frame. When we changed people go on holidays and there was a lock down during a period of time in China of domestic flights. No, but even that doesn't you know? Get to me to me. That doesn't explain how it could be in You know, every country of the world. All 231 countries have outbreaks within six weeks of each other. I mean, it doesn't that doesn't make any sense, other than the fact that it was deliberate. And you know beyond that it would have been isolated and tracked as it would start just like they did with the bird flu and swine..
"wass" Discussed on WRVA
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"wass" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Experience in the department store is not always ideal. You know, you can you can accidentally gets sprayed in the face by a new launch. You know, you walk into 1000 pregnancies in the air. It's already really concealed. Uelmen. Yeah, it's overwhelming. The coffee beans don't work. I don't know if you noticed, And so I was hoping a zoo lover, the category I was hoping that I could shop it from home. And it wasn't possible because you know, discovery and discovering sense from home was impossible before sunbird came came through. You can repurchase the pregnancy is that you already know what they smell like. But if you're in the discovery mode, which is about 75% of the sales in the category are when people want something else. New and different, not just replenished the same old thing that they have been using before. What do you dio and the answer that we came up with Wass. Why don't we build the world's best recommend er And so we did and the definition of the world's best it had to start with the people. We've noticed that there was a lot of terminology in the landscape that was either intimidating or just not quite clear to normal consumers. Like my friends, For instance, we wanted to really take the intimidation out of fragrant shopping and make it friendly. Make it fun. So we basically analyzed about a million fragrance reviews from normal consumers, and we were able to basically create a map of all the top 2000 best selling fragrances in the world. What that allowed us to do is in the early days when somebody would come to our site and interest. Three fragrances they loved. And a fragrance or two that they hated. We could place them on the math pretty effectively. And so that was kind of like the beginning of some bird. And then we had to figure out okay. Now that.
"wass" Discussed on KROQ 106.7FM
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"wass" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
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"wass" Discussed on Z104
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"wass" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast
"And carson to promote the film you were telling me oh goodness yes. When's the premier. Ah johnny asks me wins wins the premier. <hes> no asked me if i was going to the premier and i said <hes>. I don't think there is one cause m._g._m. Had had had had pulled out so so far away from the film and remember it made him laugh <hes> for a long time because every movie has a premier somewhere or even if it premiers on on television as a premier so that's where with with with edwards an m._g._m. Suing each other and just the whole thing coming undone at that part. They were pretty unhappy with each other. There was actually a couple of days when we were in the south of france filming curse of the pink panther where everything shut down for a few days because sleet cats and david beagle men and a couple of other m._g._m. u._a. Guys came over and had a heart to heart with blake about. I guess what was being spent or something. I don't know now movie business. You know you i if you're an actor in the movie business. You're you find out really really quickly that you're a small cog in in the wheel you know but i think every young actor even knowing they were stepping into a treacherous situation and we're going to get slammed as you said could not resist the <hes> the opportunity to to to work with these giants to be two to play in that <hes> that playground and now there was just never a question question of whether or not i would do it. You know even even when at one point blake sent me some pages from stod on the old fax machine paper. Are you know back like in the early eighties and it was really hard to read any sent me the wrong pages he'd set me the scenes from trail of the pink panther author and i took them and i read them and they were bits that peter had already done and i got in a panic and i tried to call blake in stoddard. There was an eleven hour time difference and julie andrews mother was there and she often picked up the phone and she really didn't like me calling she would chastise me for disturbing black <music>. Call holly sleep blackie alone. I mean i'm going to be in his movie. Young click and she'd hang up on uh-huh. Oh my god he wants me to do stuff that peter had already done and then i found out it was the script pages for the other film. That got sent to me by mistake or relief so you didn't see r._j. For all these years until two and a half men until two and a half man yes and suddenly i'm directing him on two and a half men and it's so lovely see me look so great. He's so talented and such a fun person to be with yeah. We had a great time. We were thrilled to get him on this show. Obviously i can imagine had fun with gilbert. Oh gilbert begin well. You heard it. He begged call him r._j. Yes i yeah and and what was it like going. George burns george burns was amazing. I oh god you devil. Oh god you devil written by andrew burg our our our previous guest here who went up the first oh god movie came out and was so successful they ordered to two two different scripts to more scripts and they decided to make the one that they made second second. I don't know why because i think <hes> andrew script with so much funnier <hes> but we had about three days of rehearsal and the and the wonderful actor ron silver yeah good actor. It played played my <hes> <hes> do you play. I think he played my agent. Yes he played. He played my agent and i dave rehearsal. Ron silver opened up a case. He had some really beautiful cuban cigars in there and he said hey george george. Can i give you a cigar and george only smoke that cheap l. productive cigar paper wrapper for him shit. Yeah chief shit he. He only smoked that because does he knew it was always burning so no matter how long he left it in his fingers no matter when he took the next puff it would be lit and he didn't have to relight it so so i don't know that it was about the tobacco enjoyment as much as it was a proper george. George said no no thanks. I'd want one second day. Ron silver was like really tenacious. Come on george. Come come on try try. One of these cigars are so good. You know. This is a great cigar. You should try georgia's like no no no. No no no thanks. I don't want that cigar third day. Silver still all over him about trying one of his cigars and finally george says to him. Would you pay for that cigar. Ron silver said i dunno i think seventy eighty dollars dollars something like that and george said if i paid that much for a cigar wanna fuck it i take my god we fell out. We just laughed and laughed and laugh out. He was so much fun to work with. I do remember the night that he wrapped on the picture. We were in a courtyard at a restaurant on lousiana up and at the entrance to the a courtyard there was a white rolls royce and there was a driver in full driver uniform standing there waiting and i looked over over and the the door to his <hes> motorhome opened and a puff of smoke came out and this beautiful wonderful blonde haired woman in a really short white dress with incredibly long legs and i- heels came out put her hand up. Georgia's georgia's hand reached out came down the steps with her. Two of them walked arm in arm through the courtyard. The whole crew split apart like the red sea and he was puffing that cigar and over his shoulder as he got to the rolls royce he said so long suckers and he got in the roles the the great could not exactly how you wanna picture george burns you could not choreograph that exit any bill everything everything closing iris fucking burns own my god legend he was he was amazed. Did he tell you vaudeville stories that he ever mentioned swain's rats and cats. Do you know about that said no okay i. It sounds familiar. I think i think he worked with involved. Will how close to him and you know. I just i would say tell me about jack benny new tell me stories about jack benny unfortunate. I can't remember any of them but it was so much fun just being around him and listening to him talk about gracie and burns or any and all of his friends. Did you find him a little bit demanding and to work with. I heard i boy you you. Just you know everything. Don't you know these things your work. He was yes. He was very demanding. In fact early on the day he was he was very while he was demanding all day long and we'd have scenes and i was was often giving him the setup to to a joke and he sometimes wouldn't like how i was. I was setting about but he was gonna. Come on. Come on come on. You know you've you've gotta feed that to me if asked the year come on you gotta. I'd go george george. I'm gonna give it to you. I'm going to give vitucci grade. It's going to be hanging out over the plate. You're going to drive to can't tell me how to say it and he'll come on. Come on waiting for you. Don't hang me out their kids. Your chrome in this thing gone from it'd be crummy. He was so funny he was always right to. You know better <music>. He's your birth for god's sakes george burns ultimately. I gave them everything you want it. I didn't care with so much fun yeah. Let let me let me go oh back to so just just <hes> to talk about some of these great actors we mentioned we mentioned <hes> also the great susan harris and paul wit and tony thomas who were early champions of yours first and then remain so <hes> through your career talented people but how how did you get soap. Did you audition six times. Do i have this right good. Good lord almighty yes i did. They called me back after my first audition. They called me back five more times until finally i was in the network reading reading with maybe thirty network executives in a very small office back then they didn't have the big theatrical kind of casting rooms that they have now now. It was just packed in there but yeah edition six times to get the part of danny dallas even t._v. Series i didn't want to do a television series and that i would've crawled through glass broken glass for that part. I loved it so much. You were great on that show. Thanks so many people are great on that show and we were gilbert and i were talking about the actors. It's not only the main cast robert y'all was wonderful and katherine helmond who was wonderful jack gilford the guest stars like jack gilford and gregory sierra and why was guilford. Oh i know he was he was just glorious. He was up in the spaceship with richard molly with three and there's you know there's there's an incredible outtake of those little martians that with the what they had the big rubber heads and one of them is about to go through the the automatic door and and the door comes down too soon and hits them right at the top of the rubber head and he can't get through in its hits hysterical auricle piece of outtake but jack gilford i you know i wish i'd had more to do with him. That was when richard mulligan was was on the spaceship up in the sky remember so he was off on his own but <hes> but he was lovely gilford was just a lovely man that whole wonderful first season too. I mean they gave you a lot to do when you got there. They gave you a workload. You had you were you. Were working for libertine. The godfather and you had to bump off and by the way mulligan very very very funny guy a very funny physical actor hilarious speaking of blake edwards s._o._b. There's a concession blah. <hes> <hes> richard was phenomenal in s._o._b. It's that's still one of my. That's a great show biz move. It is a great great. Show <hes> underrated preston larry hagman agmon robert webber robert webb weber and richard mulligan. Those guys are so funny. Robert vaughn is so funny everybody everybody everybody. That's in that movie shelley l. e. winters winters so they're also funny but yes they <hes> do margolin stuart margolin <hes> yeah the first season of soap. Hope was was just glorious. The table reads they spread the last spread was so huge because no one could keep a straight face. Susan wrote such such incredible scripts that the hallway through but <hes> the cast was amazing and and it was everybody who is supposed to play that part everyone who was cast the show was born to play the part and <hes> you know there weren't any of those ideas casting ideas. Hey this guy's really popular wanted us. Who's him now. It was everybody on to oh john byner who we had here yeah herald gould another another great character eric director they see they. She really cast that show with an instruments life. Yes i mean it was very very well. Written talked a bit about the controversy surrounding the show. You know it's funny because the seventies nobody would bat an eye now so much has changed. Obviously didn't have pay cable then but you know alien. Abductions is exercise adultery mental illness demonic possession sex changes all this stuff and don't tempting diana canova's. <hes> character doctor was trying to have an affair with the breeze to that right. Yes that's right and what happened was. The storylines gut leaked late in the spring after a._b._c. picked it up and it was a newsweek article network was taking twenty thirty thousand letters a week in protest most of the show and they actually liked receiving the letters. They just thought well. This is going to be like instant tune in for us. You know we'll just play up the controversy and then shortly shortly shortly before this <hes> the series premiered in the fall the letter stopped coming to the network and they started sending them more specifically to advertisers in in new new york and that's when the show actually became a little bit in jeopardy about going on the air and when it finally did go on the air. It was never really fully advertised. I did always sold <hes> advertising time at at a discounted rate because it just had that stigma of being too controversial for network television. Would you remember the controversy controversy gilbert about soap. I mean the council of bishops the church of christ the national council of churches the methodist church <hes> the l. a. a archdiocese actually urged boycotts. They urged families to boycott the show. Always you can always count on the church to censor art. <hes> even even got a board of rabbis gilbert the the board of rabbis of south southern california and his ted says before the show even aired. There were letter writing writing campaigns. There was pressure on sponsors. Did what did the cast make of all this fighting you guys we were frightened. We were we you were back in los angeles. Most of us lived in new york. At the time we were back in los angeles. We're making episodes and we knew it was great. I mean we all just had a sense that it was <hes> really different totally than anything that that we'd seen on television before it was so smart and so funny and we were eh a certain point. We all got really worried. We were frightened that maybe a._b._c. would cave and and not put the show on but <hes> we were all very very happy and relief that they did. She was brave and and also to to portray gay character the way they did. I mean that's the one of the brilliant things about the show. That was funny. I billy crystal all was jody and it was like now it's it's almost like tiresome that in a for show there has to be you like okay <hes>. Let's say we need the gay. Best friend wasn't back then that was shot ahead of its time it real- it really really was <hes> but you know sometimes somebody has to go through the door i you know and and and so we did but wasn't billy great in that wonderful wonderful wonderful wonderful and and into susan's talent that she could turn on a dime and write a sensitive scene for him and not not treat him as a cartoon yup. I remember i had a grazing billy by the way it was another owner of my funny bone. He was always cracking me up <hes> but billion. I played a really wonderful wonderful seen that i'll always remember where <hes> the mob is out to kill me now because i didn't. I didn't kill burt and i'm gonna leave home mm-hmm and before i leave home billy's character wants me to finally accept the fact that he's gay and my character didn't wanna believe it and and <hes> it's really really a lovely scene very very powerful. Remember at such a great job in that scene. It was really you know. It's one of those scenes that you look back on you go. That was good good yeah. It was very proud of it. You should be i mean it's it's really groundbreaking television. I just have a piece of paper here. You're going to enjoy this. This is the soap memo. I found this doing deep research about this. This was the standards and practices memo that was leaked to the press before the show premiered <hes> and print in its in entirety eh printed in its entirety in the l._a. Times on june twenty-seventh nineteen seventy seven these were the notes from the network from standards and practices. You guys will appreciate this. Please delete the lines the slot that polish slut get your clothes off. I it didn't grow back cr- transsexual. Oh my god and did it hurt. Please substitute substitute the words fruit slut and tinkerbell in order to treat jodi as a gay character. His portrayal must at all times be handled without limp wristed actions the conversation between peter and jessica which relates to you kind of lincoln slash fillet xio is obviously unacceptable. Oh my relationship between jodi and the football player played by great bob seger grin should be handled in such a manner that explicit or intimate aspects of homosexuality are avoided entirely father flat skis stand on ribbon <hes> liberalizing the mass will have to be treated in a balanced inoffensive manner by way of example. The substitution of oreos for the traditional wafer is unacceptable. It's my favorite. Please change burt campbell's last name to avoid association with the campbell soup company. I want to offend them. We'll be sterile existed and i will say that that it as as fearful as we were. The cast was at a at a certain point. When we heard how much controversy there was a do want to say that paul wit tony oni thomas and susan harris really protected us from so much of that jay sandra towards the great director in that first season lead from him but by by paul who's passed away not too long ago so i really loved was an amazingly gifted man such a lovely person <hes> they they all kept our heads up you know they kept us feeling like it's going to be okay. We're going to get on the air. We're going to be successful and <hes> and we were yeah. It's a terrific show show but always got me. It's like they were like in old movies and all tv they were blatantly gay people but as horton yeah kinda yeah they're actors elaine billy to wolf sure and it's like as long as you didn't say they okay ward then they were eccentric. Yes gale gordon franklin pangbourne and now it's like the the you know every romantic comedy. She has to have a gay best friend right but back then it was a shocking thing well. I also you know again. I have to to say that i thought billy did such a great job is that he just played them like a human being completely human in that part and <hes> and <hes> <hes> he did a great job. Let's talk about you becoming a director in the ninety s and we were tried before we turn the mic son just for our listeners gilbert and and ted were trying to figure out where they knew each other from because they had met once. We can't put our finger on it. I think he must've audition for you. Somewhere along the line may be for blossom or or one of those shows as you were directing back in the nineties but at some point you became disenchanted with acting and said i want to direct i want to. I want to approach this from a different place. Yes sometime <music> sometime during the late eighties i i i remember coming home from days working on set acting and feeling like doc <hes>. I'd had a good day but it wasn't. It wasn't it's thrilling. The feeling wasn't as strong and right around that same time i noticed that i was coaching a couple couple of actors and there were some actors they would call me when they had auditions to come over and i would work with them on their auditions. There was a couple of playwrights. I was working working with <hes> and all of a sudden. I just had one of those moments where i pursued an acting career for so long it didn't i couldn't even let the light in of possibly being a director and all of a sudden. I had one of those moments where i thought oh my god i. I really think i should be a director after i think i think i think like a director and so in the late eighties i started trying to get some directing opportunities which didn't pan out and then paul wit tony thomas and my friend don reo had a series called blossom and they they offered me the part of the dad and i turned them down through my agent and they got really mad and they called me up thomas <hes> what what the fuck man. You can't say no to us. You have to come in and i was like okay okay. I'll come in come in so went into see them. Three of them were sitting there and there were tony was like well. Why don't you wanna play this part man. We're just trying to give you a lot of money in a civilized way of livewires. Why wouldn't you play this part and i said well i i. I don't want to be an actor anymore. I want to be a director and there was a beat and then the three of them just exploded exploded in laughter funniest thing you could ever say and i remember sitting there going. Oh my god what in the hell is going on here and finally they stop. Stop laughing and tony. Thomas said he wanted to write the show will let you direct the show play. The part will let you direct the show and that's how i got the part. That's how you became. I'm nick roseau. That's how i became. Nick russo yup and i started directing episodes of blossom. <hes> <hes> <hes> in the early in the second season directed eighteen a hundred thirteen that we made yes was that character based on dion the singer beyond mutcd don reo my friend on rio and deandre mucci. We are good friends and i. I don't know that i've ever heard say that but it's very possible that he is how interesting now. What are you find different from about thou- t._v. Directing like gas opposed to film directing. I i always wondered i'd like every time i see like an actor's name and directed by an actor in the series. I always wonder what they actually did. Well i think it's.
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"You so funny <hes> and i went in and sat down and blake lake said hey hi. It's really nice to meet you julian julian. I are big fans of yours. I've got this idea for pink panther movie <hes> and so here's what here's the idea and he starts to tell me the whole story skype us. This static goes over here now. He's like six seven eight minutes into telling me the story and i i really i. I don't know where i'm going to fit in this movie and for he finishes telling me the story and he goes. I think this would be a great part for you. You will you do it. I went yeah i would i would do it i would. I would do it. He said i'm going to be honest with you. I wanna dudley but dudley won't uneven return. My phone calls now. I made a big star with ten and he's book now for the next ten years. I can't even get him on the phone so i'm sure they'll give me who i want and i want you to do it and and i thought okay and went home. Call my agents. They said how did it go. I said he offered me. The part and my agent said he did not offer you. I'm sorry i view out of your mind. Everybody wants to believe you and the next day i got another call to go back and see blake again so went and back and i sat in his office for about an hour and then finally someone opened the door. I went into blake's office and he said <hes> hey thanks for coming back. Do you see that pair of glasses. It's over there on that table. I said yeah he said put him on an i put on this pair of glasses and he just burst into laughter and he called for the producer tony tony tony only come in here. Tony tony adams came running in blake said look at ted and tony started laughing. The two of them are laughing and laughing and laughing and finally blake goes okay. Okay take take glasses off and leave them. You'll be hearing from us and i left and i thought what the hell was that like i had no idea uh-huh what that could have been about. My agents called and said what happened. They said he asked me to put on a pair of glasses and he thought it was funny and they went all right. This is just crazy and literally week later. They offered me a six picture. Deal six pictures six panther movies yeah we only made one though eh lifting slay you know it's not intimidating enough that you're following in the footsteps of arguably one one of the greatest comedians of our time aground greatest physical comedians of our time but then he tells you oh. I really wanna dudley moore you well. You know what <hes> ah again. That didn't bother me now. It was like fine if you could get dudley but and i also knew that i was gonna get creamed you know like you just <hes> <hes>. There was a big part of me that was going yet. Don't replace peter sellars not in this part he sa- titan in this part you just don't but you know thirty forty years down the line. You're gonna kick yourself if you don't do this like. Are you really going to pass up this opportunity and i thought again and you know i'm gonna do this. You don't know what you don't know horse. I don't think i could have passed it up. Especially given the adventure and the people you got to work with. I spent the you worked with who is equally good in comedy as well as drama was always a fan of his was herbert. Lom rate herbert lom god herbert lama so funny we frank and i were talking about that great scene and i think it's revenge of the pink panther where the dente includes plays the dentist and his nose starts to melt and he gives lama big shot of laughing gas and the two of them are just laughing and it's one of the great scenes ends of all time but he is so funny and he was still doing twitchy thing. I was so funny because he's like a very educated very area person you know so he do this face twitching in the scene and he go. Have you decided where you're going to die. Meanwhile meanwhile you here in the south of france and you must book reservation and he would give me all these restaurants and it just the incongruity his willingness to be just a low brow comedian and still be eager culture gami. I played phantom of the opera house which you know yeah a very bright guy. I think that's <hes>. I think it's <hes> the pink panther strikes again actually the where the where where he's he does the the dentist thing the laughing gas and sellers. It has the disguise that's melting. Yes there is too great great together another actor. I'm a fan of <hes> who is just basically known as boss hogg's from your boss hogg from hazard and that sorrell title book yes oral book. Oh my god yeah played he played the godfather my god so and so yep yep big fan of his his wife remember about him. I just remember what a funny actor. He wasn't. What a kind gentleman he was. I remember there was a scene a moment in his seeing that we we played together where he's giving me instructions of somebody wants to kill or something and and somebody one of his henchmen walks in and gives him this little brown paper bag of lunch bag and he opens it up he goes money's. Is that a finger. The henchman said he goes you know next time. Loopy your waxy guy. Tell him i'll take his word for it. Don't bring me anymore but those are suing. Susan harris's great words against brilliant. She wrote the whole first season all by herself and most of the second so she's an incredible writer and a genius and a friend so <hes> we'll come back to soap. I got a couple more panther questions. Just okay just just before we move on <hes> the people that you got to work with and we were talking on the phone and you said you know what you what you just said. I didn't want to miss this grand adventure looking being back. I've heard you say that. I wished the movie had been successful obviously but i don't regret spending time in the company of these people know the first. The first scene saying that i did.
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"wass" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast
"This is gilbert gilbert godfrey gilbert godfrey amazing colossal podcast with mine co host frank santo padre and now iran germany or frankfort arosa our guest. This week is a much sought after director producer and a popular in verse ally actor of films and television. You know it's worked for movies like oh god you devil. She not that tim in conway harvey korman vehicle the long shot and blake edwards duck curse of the pink panther sir but he made his most lasting impression on the small screen in hit shows like blossom up program. I'm he also directed and of course is the slow witted gangster danny dallas on one of the most oh s- memorable and controversial series in history of the medium so in the early nineteen nineties nine days he decided to move behind the camera singe directed dozen to pilots and d._v._d. Movies as well as episodes of the most well-respected series on television including alluding coach caroline in the city less than perfect spin city two and a half men the big bang theory till dead scrubs. Everybody hates scripts worlds of engage brendan mom and day career spanning five decades z's worked with david niven shirt john gielgud tony. Oh knee randall james cockburn billy grisko cavalry fisher roger moore jonathan winters john john cleese and george burns as well allies previous podcast says andrew berg bend. I'm greg bear goal lewis black john byner peter wiegert marrying raw rye forbid wagner and last but never least our mutual pile richard kind please. He's welcome to the show gifted actor and director and a man who co starred in a t._v. Pilot about the bible narrated by raymond burke the very funny ted wash. Oh my god what an intro thank you so much. That's not only the everyone i've ever worked with but everyone. I think i've ever known in my life ted. What about this bible pilot with raymond burr before we move past this much much australia. Wow that's a deep dig. Guys kudos to you deep diggers but this one this is <hes> it's fifty years old called the story of esther <hes> and <hes> it was a biblical telling of the story of esther. I played ester's boyfriend astros played by. Maybe a hussy. I'm we hussy all exquisite. She was so beautiful still l. is still beautiful and and i think i killed off about halfway through so i but it was. I think it was my first television film for television ovation seventy nine fifty years ago all your favorites bernard harris yulin olivia hussy tony sante from the incident and here's the punchline line niemeyer purse off excellent. Oh nehemiah purse off the cabbie from on the waterfront. Isn't he still with us. I i think yeah. I think he's still kicking ted. I think so glad to hear it right here and now now did did each episode. Start off with the bible was filmed in front of a live talk episode. That's funny though that was just one episode and i think that was more than enough to tell that story and now wait a minute. I want to jump off this. You also made a pilot. It called handle with care which was a female version of mash. Do you have any memory of this seventy seven with dick armey don adams brother. Wow allow you army's army m._d. Kahn and brian dennehy guisti over brian dennehy was in the car you light up my life patient. Yeah yes yes and she was in greece. He was in the movie grease. Yes that was probably the second thing i did <hes> out here in california aena in los angeles in nineteen seventy seven and <hes> i. I was just a guest star. I played think it was the korean war. I played a soldier corporal corporal billingham carpal telling him oh my god i i showed up for work with my long hair and the producers instantly said oh no you this is a war the thing you have to cut all your hair off and i said gee. I just got the california. Can i keep it and so they were kind enough to give me a head wound so my whole role was two days of flying. A cot with a bloody was a bandage around my head going. I'm not gonna make didi conn and love me. Please and deep digs now was it. They sold tv pilots. Book con mouthed the words to you light up my life she. She was frenchie in grease. Yeah i'm i. I'll probably cut this lovely too. I think she's married to david shire higher the famous pelosi that's interesting stuff. I may be incorrect about that. She's the one who used to be married. He used to be married to <hes> to tell you shire. Is that right yeah. I think so yeah yeah he. He did the music nick for the conversation with gene hackman very good. He's a jazz pianist. Yeah we leap around. I tell ya shire was has guest starred on blossom and played opposite each other. So how about that for a deep very cool very cool now before we get to anything zing out about your story. You had something to say about me a very lovely thing that's headset on the phone and i didn't share it with them dead so he's hearing it for the first time. It's all my goodness all right well gilbert. His wife is listening to all right. I'm a fan of your work and always have been but <hes> in early nineteen ninety-three my wife many years passed away after a long fight with cancer her two young children and our comfort viewing was aladdin and we watched aladdin two sometimes three times a day and it gave us such relief and so much fun and took us away from what we've been through and to this this day when my children hear your voice it gives them comfort. It makes them feel at ease so i thought that was an interesting little piece piece about you that you might not have ever heard about your speaking voice. What a nice thing. Oh god i hate when i can't say something snark end up now. That's a lovely thing to share. Ted gets a beautiful story. That's default. Thank you doing one of your comedy body bits and my my my older daughter will go. Oh my god that's iago. Oh iago i love him so ah and your late wife was the actress janet margolin and we were talking about before we came on and david gilbert was a fan of david and lisa yeah yeah you're you're. You're a little gray mouse in a little house she was she can only speak in rhymes. That's exactly right yeah. Eh david and lisa was the first <hes> considered. I guess by some people the first independent movie to really do well and <hes> it was a a classic film so yeah she issues versus very good in comedies. She's into alan comedies very funny and take the money and run very funny yep and she's an anti hall to place his second wife and doesn't like the sirens going off in the city. Yes two more chairs and they've got a dining room said she's the ex wife and she judge very pretty beautiful and smith with with steve mcqueen really terrific career a moratorium with marlon brando brenner brenner yeah just lots and lots of different things so yeah yeah great talent well. I hope that's meaningful well. It certainly was <hes> so it's still is so it's very sweet. I'm not sure anyone ever complimented him on on his dulcet tones uh-huh. Maybe i'll play the bill cosby bit for my daughter saying now they'll they'll solution them point aristocrats. I love that. Let's let's let's go back a little bit and we'll jump around like crazy by the way <hes> i also want to point out that ted is one of those polite guests than that when notified about the show actually does his homework starts listening to the show so he's a little pre interview on the phone. He told me it was the irwin winkler episode. You got into irwin winkler clear and r._j. R._j. r._j. Yes yeah is now a couple of times. Show the guest to research on this shell but i you don't know what else is new five minutes before we record. I'm leaning in with franklin. So why how does he do he acts that seems to be working for you gilbert. I wouldn't change your mode here so we'll talk about you working with r j on on the panther movie and also directing later in life. Yes now you were you. Were in film night. I i'm proud to share jerked off to oh god i sheena queen of the jungle to beauty. Isn't it the queen of the jungle yes well. I mean tanya roberts. I will say killer fucking body beautiful lady and more importantly a jew yes true and abs- yes absolutely breathtakingly beautiful and in that loincloth <hes> she just couldn't be she was really exquisite and this one scene where she you've seen shayna. Yeah you'll be impressed. She takes a loincloth off for race to go skinny dipping in front of you and it's like all jesus christ yes it was it was a show stopping moment. The entire crew was <hes> very <hes> very app that day and of course you know the the innocent. Sheena has no sense of you know taking offer for closes anything that's improper. She's just rubbing it up a little saw. <hes> i'm having a wash. Why don't you taking off your clothes and jumping in and of course my guy is a contemporary guy. Just like jaws dropped down but yeah we had a lot of fun on that you make that in kenya yeah we need it in kenya there for four and a half almost five months. She is listening in your interview with you and you were talking about one of the things that disillusions you over time. We've got major disenchanted about acting. Was your first first your first picture. You're in europe for months your second picture in africa for months you you out of being away from home a lot yeah but i will say this is that is that for that period of time. <hes> my family came with me on both of those trips yeah yeah my my my son who's thirty seven now a successful composer and director actor and writer <hes> <hes> was a little baby and he came to to england with me and janet and then <hes> and then we all went to kenya for for the duration of that so we a lot of fun was there you told me on the phone there was first of all first of all the director john berman diller men john hillerman. I never knew how to say his name. John gillerman directed the towering towering inferno king kong to to mega hits back back back back. Yeah i mean they both made money king kong maligned but it was profitable film well they <hes> the story was that they were that he was the first two hundred million dollar movies. I director to make hundred million dollar box office movies movies <hes> he made a lot of other good movies to <hes>. The towering inferno is still fun. Fun to watch and yongkang is fun to of course they've remained at now bunch of times. He was quite a character mr kelman. He's no longer with us. Yeah character wasn't franken was telling me that he got into some fish fights lights on the said. Well you know there was something that occurred. Tanya roberts was married to a lovely man named barry at the time and something had happened at a new year's eve dinner. I wasn't there that night and gillerman and barry. Were both upset about something. I don't know what happened but we're out in the middle of nowhere. I mean the kind of place that you have to drive an hour to get to the airstrip and then fly another two hours and then drive another hour to get to this location asian. It's in the middle of nowhere and there's hundreds and hundreds of people working on the set carrying things and we're sitting under a little tent and i'm sitting there with <hes> with <hes> with berry and he's trying to tell me the story about the new year's eve fiasco and john gillerman comes walking up starts to enter the a tent and berry shifts the tone of voice very drastically from being loud and telling me the story about how inappropriate john was to being very quiet why it and john gillerman knew exactly what was happening. He was being talked about so he said i had barry. What were you talking about and berry said about you you asshole. John tried tried to kick him in the ass through the directors or berry jumped up and they started on their fists up and john tried to push past me and he reached into a creative eight of schweppes tonic water and grabbed two bottles out and tried to smash them on the rock and they wouldn't break and hit a second time and a third time and then finally they abro but berry was being taken away and these two guys are arguing in the middle of nowhere about nothing and gillerman got broken bottle stubs going out. Rip your balls out you punk. I'll kick your ass. I'll kick your ass and movie made with everybody stopped working and watch these two guys and they were still yelling at each other from hundreds of feet away and insanity lady on movie south little and nowhere one hundred and two degrees a lot of talent associated with that movie. I mean the great lorenzo semple junior who wrote para lacks view and papillon oh man three days i'm gone door and david newman who wrote super superman movie for donner and bonnie and clyde. You turn it down initially well well yeah. I wasn't sure about the script. I wasn't sure about the role. I didn't understand what the tone of it was going to be. I'd already been in the pink panther movie <hes> and you know oh. The panther wasn't successful and i thought i don't know that i want to be in another big budget because it was a big budget movie action movie. I don't know if i really want to be in something that i don't really understand and then i went into see my my mega agent. Martin baum and i was going to say to him i. I don't really understand the script that i'm not sure that this the right project for me and the next thing i remember i was on a plane to africa so somewhere along the line i got seduced into doing it and <hes> was was it simple who changed your mind. I wish i could say it was simple. I remember simple and <hes> john gillerman and the producer and tanya and i had a meeting one night and there were so many arguments happening a before we even started shooting and at one point i looked over lorenzo and he had the collar of his his polo shirt in his mouth and he was chewing on it because he was so stressed out about what was happening in our little script conference meeting and we hadn't even begun gun shooting so it was it was a rough road that one but still we had a lotta laughs yeah what an experience i almost got killed by a rhinoceros in that's they ask you about while this was <hes> for for there was a seed where where she wants to run off by myself and doesn't want me to follow her so she takes a stick and draws a circle around my range rover and says this is a magic circle do not walk out of it and <hes> and she runs off and i go what does that mean so i started to run after her and i hear something in this shrubs and i look over and it's a rhinoceros chris and the rhinoceros walks up to the age of the circle and gives me a look and then.