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

Ken Broo

00:22 sec | 6 months ago

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

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

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"allen george" Discussed on Feast of Fun

Feast of Fun

07:46 min | 1 year ago

"allen george" Discussed on Feast of Fun

"Not going to hold it against you. Great example of that in the stand-up comedy world is someone who I am I would not say friends with but I am friendly with great great comedian Legend Judy Gold package came out. She was started. Did you stand up in the early eighties, but she didn't really talk about being gay on stage in the eighties very much cuz she basically had the same girlfriend since she was twenty and there was just like nothing to talk about she was in a stable relationship. She wasn't there's just nothing to talk about and so he did not talk about being gay on stage until May 1995 when they decided to have a kid. Yeah. She's like, I can't be a parent and not talk about my family. That means I'm ashamed of my family and that's disgusting. But but that's kind of like everybody who was gay or lesbian bi Trans in the early nineties who was in comedy. We all knew Judy Gold was a lesbian. Of course, she was never like hiding it but just was not talking about it because I'm her mind. There was nothing to say about fifteen years and I think when Ellen came out as a lesbian on her own sitcom that was the distinction that made a big difference. Yeah, you know as a lesbian was a huge sacrifice for her and it costs a lot of opportunities and she was six years for six years next to no work for over five years. That's a tough goddamn road. So she wants a spit on her employee gave us a letter but didn't the nature of Comedy kind change to where it became more of like personal storytelling and personal anecdotes, like in the, you know in the sixties seventies and eighties people told Joe. In the sixties well, cuz there were sort of Two Souls there was like the sixties there was like the Benny Goodman sort of style of like the old school of Comedy but the sixties is when you had Lenny Bruce and Woody Allen rivers and Bill Cosby coming out talking about their lives as they were happening and that's really only continued to be refined and developed. I think as time has gone on in the eighties. There's a little bit of a Resurgence of that type of impersonal comedy of use Richard. Jenny is a great example, you could wash room for 45 minutes laugh your ass off and know nothing about them, but I think that Woody Allen George Carlin Richard Pryor Bill Cosby, Joan Rivers generation really aspired what you see today, which is people want to see a special every eighteen months cuz they want to know what's going on in your life. So early voting is open. So most places go vote and vote. Imagine what it's like American Idol. Yeah. Really? Yeah. Well, how does that even work? I don't know. think you just go online and you just somehow they get you to vote makes sense. If you want to use license online, why couldn't you do it up voting here in Illinois early voting is happy, but it's only you know, your mailing ballots, but also to you can drop off ballots and places there's a place downtown you can walk in and vote. Otherwise, it's October 14th here in Edgewater where we live you can fit the Broadway Armory early. Do you want to go voting with us? And then we can go to A Whole Foods and grab some pizza. Yes to vote in his district. Oh, that's right. Unless you want to go downtown long. Have you ever heard the expression? Like I feel it in my bones. Yes, so they actually feel as though are they they've done some research and saying like that fight-or-flight, you know experience that trigger you have actually starts faith in your bones. So that's why when you're like you think about like being scared. It's like your bones are rattling that kind of stuff is because there's a stressor associated with this protein called ostocalcium and off they discover that this is like the thing that kind of gets you into that fight or flight mode. So if you get scared this gets released by your bones, it also helps build your bones until it'll get you off get your body motivated to move and get out of the way and actually makes a lot of sense because like whenever I'm scared I get a boner some people some people flight some people fuck I thought well, they also think so that's part of the reason why we even developed bones in the first place was because it was part of the fight or flight response. It was just log This I'm a jellyfish. This thing's trying to eat me. So I'm releasing this thing. Well this thing eventually builds bones in those bones become used for Locomotion and then you can the more scared you get the more you can wash away the more bones you have hm and so over. Why does Chris Christie look like he doesn't have any bones wall cuz he's not a scared of his definitely not afraid of a cheeseburger or covid-19. He's absolutely amorphous. He shapeless like he is just I cannot even get over like the Banana Split that's melted that he is shaped like she can't deal with it. Well, you're not going to be looking at him anymore. He's he's got covid-19 and he's he's in the hospital as a precaution. But you know these rich people they're all getting the antibodies. They're all they're finding somebody who has gotten covet has gotten over it and getting their plasma and I'm sure some of them, you know, the government's probably paying for it or they're paying top dollar for that plasma and they're not paying for health wage. No, and we need the entire blood bank to fill Chris Christie. One of my favorite jokes about Chris Christie is Joy Behar set a roast of him. Once that she recommends he get the bariatric surgery where they attach your throat to rectum my God, that's so good. Like I just want the entire McDouble to fall out of his office. I mean Bell are you fan of a spinal tap the legendary film by Christopher Guest Rob Reiner and Harry Shearer? Excuse me. I have seen it before cuz that's like that's Fran drescher's first moving. Whoa, I forgot about that. That's right. And she's in there for like two scenes. Yeah, she's fantastic in it. So I guess they have been the group has been in a along lawsuit with the parent company vivendi and its subsidiary studiocanal that own the rights to the documentary wage. This Is Spinal Tap and that's part of the reason we haven't seen a lot of projects with that, you know those characters and that that narrative so they were called it and the cash going to be reuniting for a fundraiser that's happening is if a Democratic party for the you know for Republicans for the Democrats in Pennsylvania Wage, Harry Shearer, I think said something was like I've only made like $800 from that movie since it came out or something like that shameful, you know and and Trump is pissed off all the trekkies to they're trying to track the votes having nineteen people from the Star Trek franchise all come together and do a panel with Stacey Abrams Cory Booker Pete buttigieg. I always thought you know, there was a comb wrong franchise wrong franchise darling. It's all the same thing and you can't tell me otherwise Star Trek is this weird militaristic Utopia where wage Humanity at the same time has this military base hierarchy. They also don't have money and capital from William Shatner singing a song.

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"allen george" Discussed on Feast of Fun

Feast of Fun

07:44 min | 1 year ago

"allen george" Discussed on Feast of Fun

"Hold it against you. Great example of that in the stand-up comedy world is someone who I am I would not say friends with but I am friendly with great great great great great comedian Legend Judy Gold package came out. She was started. Did you stand up in the early eighties, but she didn't really talk about being gay on stage in the eighties very much cuz she basically had the same girlfriend since she was twenty and there was just like nothing to talk about she was in a stable relationship. She wasn't there's just nothing to talk about and so he did not talk about being gay on stage until May 1995 when they decided to have a kid. Yeah. She's like, I can't be a parent and not talk about my family. That means I'm ashamed of my family and that's disgusting. But but that's kind of like everybody who was gay or lesbian bi Trans in the early nineties who was in comedy. We all knew Judy Gold was a lesbian. Of course, she was never like hiding it but it just was not talking about it because I'm her mind. There was nothing to say about fifteen years and I think when Ellen came out as a lesbian on her own sitcom that was the distinction that made a big difference. Yeah, you know as a lesbian was a huge sacrifice for her and it costs a lot of opportunities and she was six years for six years next to no work for over five years. That's a tough goddamn road. So she wants a spit on her employee gave us a letter but didn't the nature of Comedy kind of change to where it became more of like personal storytelling and personal anecdotes, like in the, you know in the sixties seventies and eighties people told Joe. In the sixties well, cuz there were sort of Two Souls there was like the sixties there was like the Benny Goodman sort of style of like the old school of Comedy but the sixties is when you had Lenny Bruce and Woody Allen rivers and Bill Cosby coming out talking about their lives as they were happening and that's really only continued to be refined and developed. I think as time has gone on in the eighties. There's a little bit of a Resurgence of that type of impersonal comedy of use Richard. Jenny is a great example, you could wash room for 45 minutes laugh your ass off and know nothing about them, but I think that Woody Allen George Carlin Richard Pryor Bill Cosby, Joan Rivers generation really aspired what you see today, which is people want to see a special every eighteen months cuz they want to know what's going on in your life. So early voting is open. So most places go vote and vote. Imagine what it's like American Idol. Yeah. Really? Yeah. Well, how does that even work? I don't know. I think you just go online and you just somehow they get you to vote makes sense. If you want to use license online, why couldn't you do it up voting here in Illinois early voting is happy, but it's only you know, your mailing ballots, but also to you can drop off ballots and places there's a place downtown you can walk in and vote. Otherwise, it's October 14th here in Edgewater where we live you can fit the Broadway Armory early. Do you want to go voting with us? And then we can go to A Whole Foods and grab some pizza. Yes to vote in his district. Oh, that's right. Unless you want to go downtown long. Have you ever heard the expression? Like I feel it in my bones. Yes, so they actually feel as though are they they've done some research and saying like that fight-or-flight, you know experience that trigger that you have actually starts faith in your bones. So that's why when you're like you think about like being scared. It's like your bones are rattling that kind of stuff is because there's a stressor associated with this protein called ostocalcium and off they discover that this is like the thing that kind of gets you into that fight or flight mode. So if you get scared this gets released by your bones, it also helps build your bones until it'll get you off get your body motivated to move and get out of the way and actually makes a lot of sense because like whenever I'm scared I get a boner some people some people flight some people fuck I thought well, they also think so that's part of the reason why we even developed bones in the first place was because it was part of the fight or flight response. It was just log This I'm a jellyfish. This thing's trying to eat me. So I'm releasing this thing. Well this thing eventually builds bones in those bones become used for Locomotion and then you can the more scared you get the more you can wash away the more bones you have hm and so over. Why does Chris Christie look like he doesn't have any bones wall cuz he's not a scared of his definitely not afraid of a cheeseburger or covid-19. He's absolutely amorphous. He shapeless like he is just I cannot even get over like the Banana Split that's melted that he is shaped like she can't deal with it. Well, you're not going to be looking at him anymore. He's he's got covid-19 and he's he's in the hospital as a precaution. But you know these rich people they're all getting the antibodies. They're all they're finding somebody who has gotten covet has gotten over it and getting their plasma and I'm sure some of them, you know, the government's probably paying for it or they're paying top dollar for that plasma and they're not paying for health wage. No, and we need the entire blood bank to fill Chris Christie. One of my favorite jokes about Chris Christie is Joy Behar set a roast of him. Once that she recommends he get the bariatric surgery where they attach your throat to your rectum my God, that's so good. Like I just want the entire McDouble to fall out of his office. I mean Bell are you fan of a spinal tap the legendary film by Christopher Guest Rob Reiner and Harry Shearer? Excuse me. I have seen it before cuz that's like that's Fran drescher's first moving. Whoa, I forgot about that. That's right. And she's in there for like two scenes. Yeah, she's fantastic in it. So I guess they have been the the group has been in a along lawsuit with the parent company vivendi and its subsidiary studiocanal that own the rights to the documentary wage. This Is Spinal Tap and that's part of the reason we haven't seen a lot of projects with that, you know those characters and that that narrative so they were called it and the cash going to be reuniting for a fundraiser that's happening is if a Democratic party for the you know for Republicans for the Democrats in Pennsylvania Wage, Harry Shearer, I think said something was like I've only made like $800 from that movie since it came out or something like that shameful, you know and and Trump is pissed off all the trekkies to they're trying to track the votes having nineteen people from the Star Trek franchise all come together and do a panel with Stacey Abrams Cory Booker Pete buttigieg. I always thought you know, there was a comb wrong franchise wrong franchise darling. It's all the same thing and you can't tell me otherwise Star Trek is this weird militaristic Utopia where wage Humanity at the same time has this military base hierarchy. They also don't have money and capital from William Shatner singing a song.

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"allen george" Discussed on Feast of Fun

Feast of Fun

07:47 min | 1 year ago

"allen george" Discussed on Feast of Fun

"That da he was still bitter about that twenty thirty years later it was like that is so fun. Happened in his life really it is. You know, and some of these part of it is like being openly gay as a stand up comedian and having says August success early on in your career meant that there was a pink glass ceiling for the and so like my friend Margaret Gomez. She was she wasn't Batman and Robin, which she played a news reporter. As she was and she also was in a movie, one of those. Something back that. Yeah with. They play lesbians the bottom of the Ocean. PATS. Stress, for Queen Latifah and and part of it is like Marco had this amazing Hollywood career trajectory. But she's this unapologetic stone cold butch. AD So. You know for her. It's like it's it's been a sacrifice to be openly queer because. It's Obstacles in her career that she had a very promising career whereas Queen Latifah. She stayed in the closet. I this point in time she's still not out and closet. It's a glass causa but still a closet and you know for us, it's like when we were young, we were told name claiming telling your personal story and coming out of the closet is the best thing you can do to make the world a better place but we also weren't told about the sacrifices that we would be making in doing that. At all and like for example, like Ricky, Martin, he profited of being in the closet. He was Republican for career as a musician and you know once he came out of the closet, he got a very lucrative book deal and he's become made up for lost time for sure as a as a gay father and as a poor proud Puerto. Rican man he's really pushed for progressive. Causes, but it would have been. You know it's hard to say never had that platform if he came out as gay exactly. So you know everybody's passes different and if stay in the closet makes sense to you, I'm not GonNa hold it against you. A great example of that in the stand up comedy world is someone who I am. I would not say friends with but I am friendly with great. Great. Great. Great Great Comedian Legend. Judy. Gold. She came out. She was starting to do stand up in the early eighties, but she didn't really talk about being gay onstage in the eighties very much has she basically had the same girlfriend said she was like twenty. And there is just nothing to talk about she's in a stable relationships. There's just nothing talk about. And so she did not talk about being gay on stage until nineteen ninety-five where they decided to have a kid. Yeah. She's like I can't be parent and not talk about my family that means I'm ashamed of my family and that's discussed are. But. But that's kind of like everybody who was a gay or lesbian Bi Trans in the early nineties who was in comedy we all knew Judy Gold was lesbian own course. Hiding it, but it just was not talking about it because in her mind, there is nothing to say to say. fucking gears I think when Allen came out as lesbian on hurt. Sitcom that was the distinction that made a big difference yet another. As, well as Bian was a huge sacrifice for her and it cost her a lot of opportunities and six years for six years next to no work for over five years. That's a tough Guy Dam road. So she wants a spit on our employees I say letter. But. Didn't the nature of comedy kind of changed to where it became more of like personal storytelling personal anecdotes. Like in the sixties, seventies and eighties, people told jokes. In, the sixteen will because there were two schools there was like the sixties there is like the Benny Goodman sort of style of like the old school of comedy. But the sixties when you had Lenny Bruce and Woody Allen and Joan rivers at bill cosby coming out talking about their lives as they were happening, and that's really only continued to be refined and developed. I think as time has gone on in the eighties, there was a little bit of a resurgence of that type of impersonal comedy abused. Richard Jenny is example you wash for forty five minutes laugh your ass often know nothing about him. But I think that Woody Allen George, Carlin Richard Pryor Bill Cosby Joan rivers generation really aspired what you see today, which is people wanna see a special every eighteen months 'cause they want to know what's going on in your life. So. Early voting is open. So most places go vote and we'll talk. Through American idol. How does that even work I don't know I think you just go online he's just you somehow they get vote make sense if new. License online why contradicted voting? Here, in Illinois early voting's happening but it's only you know your mail in ballots but also to you can drop off balance and places. There's a place downtown you can walk in and vote otherwise it's October fourteenth here in edgewater where we live you can vote at the Broadway armory early. Do you WANNA go voting with us and then we can go to a whole foods and grab grab some pizza yes. To vote in his district Oh that's right unless you want to go downtown. have. You ever heard the expression like I feel it in my bones. Loss. So they actually feel are the they've done some research and saying that fight or flight You know experience that trigger that you have actually starts in your bones. So that's why. You think about like being scared it's like your bones or rattling that kind of stuff. stressor associated with this protein called OSTEO calcium and. Discover that this is the thing that kind of gets you into that fight or flight mode. So if you get scared this gets released by your bones, it also helps build your bones and little get you get your body motivated to move and get out of the way, and hopefully makes a lot of sense because like whenever I'm scared I get Boehner. Some people fight some people flight some people. I thought well, and they also think. So that's part of the reason why we even developed bones in the first place was because it was part of the fight or flight response it was just like this I'm a jellyfish this thing is trying to eat may so I'm releasing this thing will this thing eventually builds bones and those bones become used for locomotion and then you can the more scared. You get the more you can run away the more bones you have. and. So over like. Chris Christie look like he doesn't avenue. Walk he's not scared of he's definitely not afraid of a cheeseburger or Cova Ninety. He's absolutely amorphous. He's shapeless light. He is just. I cannot even get over like the banana split but smelted, but he is shaped like I can't deal with it. Well, you're not going to be looking at him anymore he's he's covid nineteen and he's he's in the hospital. For precaution but you know these rich people they're all getting antibodies they're all getting. They're finding somebody who has gotten covert has gotten over it and getting their plasma and I'm sure some of them the government's probably paying for or they're paying top dollar for that plasma and they're not paying for healthcare. No, and we need the entire blood bank fill Chris Christie..

Judy Gold Queen Latifah Woody Allen Chris Christie bill cosby Margaret Gomez reporter Benny Goodman Richard Jenny Cova Ninety Batman Rican Woody Allen George Bian Guy Dam American idol Lenny Bruce Ricky Robin
"allen george" Discussed on Feast of Fun

Feast of Fun

07:47 min | 1 year ago

"allen george" Discussed on Feast of Fun

"That da he was still bitter about that twenty thirty years later it was like that is so fun. Happened in his life really it is. You know, and some of these part of it is like being openly gay as a stand up comedian and having says August success early on in your career meant that there was a pink glass ceiling for the and so like my friend. Margaret Gomez. She was she wasn't Batman and Robin which she played a news reporter. As she was and she also was in a movie one of those. Something back that. Yeah with. They play lesbians the bottom of the Ocean. Bats. Stress for Queen Latifah and and part of it is like, Marco had this amazing Hollywood career trajectory but she's this unapologetic stone cold butch. AD So. You know for her it's like it's it's been a sacrifice to be openly queer because. It's Obstacles in her career that she had a very promising career whereas queen. Latifah. She stayed in the closet I this point in time. She's still not out and closet. It's a glass causa, but still a closet and you know for us, it's like when we were young, we were told name claiming telling your personal story and coming out of the closet is the best thing you can do to make the world a better place but we also weren't told about the sacrifices that we would be making in doing that. At all and like for example, like Ricky Martin, he profited of being in the closet. He was Republican for career as a musician and you know once he came out of the closet, he got a very lucrative book deal and he's become made up for lost time for sure as a as a gay father and as a poor proud Puerto. Rican man he's really pushed for progressive. Causes, but it would have been. You know it's hard to say never had that platform if he came out as gay exactly. So you know everybody's passes different and if stay in the closet makes sense to you I'm not GonNa, hold it against you. A great example of that in the stand up comedy world is someone who I am. I would not say friends with but I am friendly with great. Great. Great. Great. Great Comedian Legend Judy Gold. She came out. She was starting to do stand up in the early eighties, but she didn't really talk about being gay onstage in the eighties very much has she basically had the same girlfriend said she was like twenty. And there is just nothing to talk about she's in a stable relationships, there's just nothing talk about. And so she did not talk about being gay on stage until nineteen ninety-five a decided to have a kid. Now she's like I can't be parent and not talk about my family that means, I'm ashamed of my family and that's discussed are. But. But that's kind of like everybody who was a gay or lesbian Bi Trans in the early nineties who was in comedy we all knew Judy Gold was lesbian own course. Hiding it, but it just was not talking about it because in her mind, there is nothing to say to say. fucking gears. I think when Allen came out as lesbian on hurt. Sitcom that was the distinction that made a big difference yet another. As well as Bian was a huge sacrifice for her and it cost her a lot of opportunities and six years for six years next to no work for over five years. That's a tough Guy Dam road. So she wants a spit on our employees. I say letter. But didn't the nature of comedy kind of changed to where it became more of like personal storytelling personal anecdotes. Like in the sixties, seventies and eighties people told jokes. In the sixteen will because there were two schools there was like the sixties there is like the Benny Goodman sort of style of like the old school of comedy. But the sixties when you had Lenny Bruce and Woody Allen and Joan rivers and bill cosby coming out talking about their lives as they were happening, and that's really only continued to be refined and developed I think as time has gone on in the eighties, there was a little bit of a resurgence of that type of impersonal comedy abused Richard Jenny is example you gotTa Wash for forty five minutes laugh your ass often know nothing about him. But I think that Woody Allen George Carlin Richard Pryor Bill Cosby Joan rivers generation really aspired what you see today, which is people wanna see a special every eighteen months 'cause they want to know what's going on in your life. So. Early voting is open. So most places go vote and we'll talk about. Magin. Through American idol. How does that even work I? Don't know I think you just go online he's just you somehow they get vote make sense if new. License Online. Why contradicted voting? Here in Illinois early voting's happening, but it's only you know your mail in ballots but also to you can drop off balance and places. There's a place downtown you can walk in and vote otherwise it's October fourteenth here in edgewater where we live you can vote at the Broadway armory early do you wanna go voting with us and then we can go to a whole foods and grab grab some pizza yes to vote in his district Oh that's right unless you want to go downtown. Have, you ever heard the expression like I feel it in my bones. Loss. So they actually feel are the they've done some research and saying that fight or flight You know experience that trigger that you have actually starts in your bones. So that's why. You think about like being scared it's like your bones or rattling that kind of stuff. stressor associated with this protein called OSTEO calcium and. Discover that this is the thing that kind of gets you into that fight or flight mode. So if you get scared this gets released by your bones it also helps build your bones and little get you get your body motivated to move and get out of the way, and hopefully makes a lot of sense because like whenever I'm scared I get Boehner. People fight some people flight some people. I thought well, and they also think. So that's part of the reason why we even developed bones in the first place was because it was part of the fight or flight response it was just like this. I'm a jellyfish. This thing is trying to eat may so I'm releasing this thing will this thing eventually builds bones and those bones become used for locomotion and then you can the more scared. You get the more you can run away the more bones you have. And so over like. Chris. Christie. Look like he doesn't avenue. Walk is not scared of He's definitely not afraid of a cheeseburger or Cova Ninety. He's absolutely amorphous. He's shapeless light. He is just. I cannot even get over like the banana split but smelted, but he is shaped like I can't deal with it. Well, you're not going to be looking at him anymore he's he's covid nineteen and he's he's in the hospital. For precaution but you know these rich people they're all getting antibodies they're all getting. They're finding somebody who has gotten covert has gotten over it and getting their plasma and I'm sure some of them, the government's probably paying for or they're paying top dollar for that plasma and they're now paying for healthcare. No, and we need the entire blood bank fill Chris Christie..

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"allen george" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

07:32 min | 1 year ago

"allen george" Discussed on 710 WOR

"R. So we were just on the phone with Ben Widdicombe. He was a gossip columnist at The New York Times Page six times, and he has a new book out that's halfway through now enjoying it called Gatecrasher. How I help the Rich become famous and ruin the world. And, of course, I was a Broadway gossip columnist for God over 30 years before got furloughed. At the post and one of the things we were talking about was and this is the you know the secret sausage folks of how the gossip world goes. You have a good item on somebody. And then you call the person's publicist. And the really shrewd publicists mean they know the other's true so they can't disputed. Or what they will do is they will bargain known. They'll say. Okay, look, you got the goods in my client, but If you bury that item I can give you something even juicier. About somebody else who And that was how that's the skullduggery. The kinda sleaziness I have to say of the gossip com World and I know some of our listeners out there your fans of old old movies as I am and his and the near associate producers as well. One of the great movies that will tell you everything you need to know about. Not only how gossip column writing works, but how journalism works. Is the sweet smell of success. With Burt Lancaster movie has this powerful J. J. J. J. Hunsecker, this powerful, powerful gossip columnist and Tony Curtis as this sleazy, slimy press agent who does his bidding. And that is that is a brilliant, brilliant movie. I mean, just Can you imagine the power that those gossip columnist back in the day head mean? One item in a column of Walter Winchell's back in the thirties forties and fifties could make someone's career 01 little negative thing. One smear as they used to call. It could ruin someone's career for the rest of their lives. So did you ever ruin somebody's career either all times like, Give me an exam. Anytime. Somebody come right to mine that you said I know you wrote stuff very happy about this and very, you know, give us a name be their family out of word, right? Well, despondent and reading. Redl thinks that's funny. Okay, wait story I had I had a I'm a moral person started with that. Just tell the story. We know that's not true. You might be with the glee in your voice. When have you ever absolutely might know. My he was here is my moral compass. Which I haven't been well find in a long time, But when I had it, it was I never attacked anybody who was not a big celebrity or who was rich. In other words, I never went after a kid in the chorus, right? I never went actor after you. No court of low level actor just making the career I always thought if they sit on top of the Broadway world They're fair game. So you know, I mean, listen, Rosie O'Donnell when she was at her height coming off her popular daytime television show, and she came in to Broadway, and she produced something called George. Boy George musical called Taboo. No. Yeah, those. It was terribly 10 million and I was absolutely relentless in attacking that show and my feeling was, if anyone can take it. It's going to be Rosie O'Donnell and my attacks, basically at the end of the day caused her to lose. Of her own money. The $10 million that you put into boy into a taboo. I remember once after a particularly vicious column. Which I was especially brought up. I was standing outside of the theater and just kind of looking at the marquee and admiring my handiwork, knowing that that column would hit the hit the streets the next day, cause all kinds of problems when all of a sudden the stage door opened, and some of the stagehands in the backstage crew began. Coming out, and they kind of surrounded me. And I got a little uncomfortable because some of those stagehands are you know, they're tough, guys. You know you don't mess around with those guys. And it was getting a little awkward. I thought I've gotten myself into a tricky situation, and I have to say to her credit Rosie O'Donnell's then girlfriend whose name I'm sorry for gotten. They broke up since then. She broke through the circle and she said, Michael, come with me. Let's have a drink and she took me by the arm and diffused the whole sexual and we went had a drink, and I was forever grateful to her and we had a talk. And she said, Look, I know you do. I have to do what you want to do. But this is very personal for Rosie, and she's really angry and she's scared. And this anything And I said, Look, I appreciate what you did for me, but I still have to destroy your girlfriend. Sorry. That was a point. When you say you're such a moral person to have you ever had a moment where you wrote a column about somebody. Then you thought that was a little too rough, too little too vicious. I should have gone after him or her so intensely. Never once rely life really, when I used to write those vicious comes back in the day. I just I knew I was making my career. I know it, you know, But as I said, I never attacked anybody. The only time you'd go after somebody was nobody's if they really misbehave, you know, sometimes known there was some sexual harassment problems, Broadway shows And if equity got involved, investigating an act or something like that, then you had to deal with it. I mean, it was news. It was going on backstage at a prominent Broadway show you how to deal with it, but I always just I thought, Listen, you go after the people who can take it and who can give it back who have the platforms right back at you Don't go after the little people. So that is my little morality lesson for the day And I think you can learn a lot about that s O known. Tell me what is the worst place to drive in America? There's Oakland, California has the worst driving I don't know. Just they base it on. It's us news and report. They base it on the amount of accidents per year on DSO. Oakland is the worst. And Brownsville, Texas is the safest place to drive. Of course. Who the hell are you live in? Brownsville, Texas? Yeah, so no wonder it's six there. Nobody near us. By the way, we didn't make the list. You would think. New York, New Jersey, Connecticut? Nothing. We're not. None of us are on that list. My grandmother's favorite joke, You know Burns and Allen George Burns. Gracie Allen that old TV show 11 day George Burns is reading this paper, says Gracie. It says here that most car accidents happen within two miles of your home, and Gracie says, Oh, George, Let's move. Attack for the news at 9 30 from job are like Good morning. Good morning, Michael. Morning. No him a dramatic increase in shootings in the city over the past week, shootings are up more than 200% compared to last year. Chief of department Terry Monahan blames bail reform and police reform, saying it's made officers hesitant to do their jobs. Officers try to fight crime. They must take pause before making an arrest. Yeah, because they could end up getting arrested by making an arrest. The commissioner Dermot Chases, officers who are wrestling on the ground with an armed suspect have to worry if they're the one that's going to end up in handcuffs when it's all over. Speaking of handcuffs, a longtime friend and ally of Jeffrey Epstein, locked up now in Brooklyn federal prison. Gillian Maxwell transported to New York from New Hampshire after being arrested there last week in the six count indictment charged with recruiting minor victims for Epstein and others. The other important part of this is the others because she'll be in court remotely later this week, and ah could cooperate with prosecutors and let us know who those others might be. New Jersey could soon be.

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"allen george" Discussed on Krypton Report: The Supergirl Podcast

Krypton Report: The Supergirl Podcast

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"allen george" Discussed on Krypton Report: The Supergirl Podcast

"Haven't really kept that place open consistently because it's such a massive museum. It's forty thousand square feet and it's it's just too much to keep all the lights on obsolete but it'd be fun to get it going and get like miniature golf and stuff that place open for fall back. Is the goal. Have two pairs of that place if he likes imagine X. and all that They did they both do. I mean the was the huge bat by that came out. Recently I found a lady was on one on facebook because I could never find it in stores and I got up for him and he he loves it. It was great talking to you. I thought we were just chatting but you gotta life and my wife probably wondering if I'm ever coming back upstairs. Yeah good night. And that's it for this part like I said we. We had some things down because we kept going for a while and I hope you really enjoyed the conversation because I know I did. I really love talking with them. And I really look forward to more conversations. Jim in the podcast offered a chance to call back. And we're GONNA talk. Maybe here again soon. And focus more on the Kirk Allen George Reeves Time. Because it'd be really awesome to just talk about that almost forgotten era of Superman once again in our in the links and the notes to the episode. You'll find all the links to the things that Morgan was talking about. So please get online. Support the museum. And if you can't make it out there do what you can. It's an awesome place and we're all struggling in these hard times and remember look sky. Look up in the Sky Sky..

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"allen george" Discussed on Krypton Report: The Supergirl Podcast

Krypton Report: The Supergirl Podcast

05:18 min | 1 year ago

"allen george" Discussed on Krypton Report: The Supergirl Podcast

"Be a fun discussion like rink. Your pockets because Evens number one which ended which the Kirk Allen George like virgin? He'll be to Zeus. It'll be too hard to like rank pause and the comics because they pop in and come and go and what like this but yeah. We did live action. Pause man real quick humbling put them together. My brain real quick and my brain is working overtime as well. I think my favorite live action. Power is definitely because he is very funny character. He's getting super upset because he found out mafia painted at one point or something that feels like cheating on him. And that's at any just guards to metropolis. Liz with clock for ages and this is great. Yeah I remember that episode. Huby number he. He will probably be number one. John Snyder probably number two number three would be glyn. Ford which is which Ones Slaughters Smallville. Yes I think. He's a great character in Smallville but it really bugged me how he sort of talked about this before. He traded lex very badly. Even when doing the right thing. Incongruency like it'll be one like oh X. is part of the family we like LEX. I'm GONNA give him a chance. You Know Lex you earn my respect then the next one. No you're evil man. Like and that's just part of the writing. And like smallville story of we're going to keep going guys. We've got another season. Yeah well we gotta change this point. Threading keep going for another two years. Where I well you know. Smallville SMALLVILLE was at that transition of episodic television to a season length arc. So yeah they they. They had in the first. Half of the show they had a villain of the week and very episodic TV and they slowly got into more of season-long Arcs as like season. Three continued season for continued season five continued season. Four was rough. There's some decent episodes there but absolutely there's also applauded the lawn of being a witch or whatever was like when Mike when the full episodes of the highlight videos story. I think there's something wrong. Met in a superman shirt or I guess slowly. It was pretty much safer boy. The Shark because it's pretty much as ridiculous as these comics from the fifties. Yeah that has very sumer age. Feel as well just lake and arts. Yeah Yeah I think my favorite machen is definitely the Henry Vision Diane Lane She. She's I think she definitely has the Mars Kanban presence as well besides wells because all the other mock cancer Khanna just sitting around. Yeah I mean said I mean. Annette O'Toole is great from Smallville Sadly sadly like a lot of her stories were just for a while. We're just linked to the family problems with in John. Yeah her in an Lionel Liking her but once you know I mean. Once he passed away they started giving her more stories for a couple of season yes. She's May. They put her as you know the Patriarch at that point and I started getting really angry. That clock was sheltering and immigrant. He is the ultimate immigrant. So yeah ours did lock it. Yeah we it's true. We always come back to Smallville. I it's just it's it's a show for our generation that's just impact Iran for ten years more so than any other superman series this more than any other superhero series to date yet. Yeah it's true thinking about it for a second but yeah you're right. It's only my sinus one but it took me.

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"allen george" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:06 min | 1 year ago

"allen george" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Nine once again it's time for yester year a look back at your favorite dramas westerns comedies and musical variety show from the golden age of radio here's your host for yester years Craig Roberts time once again to settle in your favorite easy chair for another hour of classic radio entertainment later on it's that champion of the people the guardian of our fundamental rights to life liberty and the pursuit of happiness it's Mr district attorney but first on the lighter side could spend some time with George burns and Gracie Allen George and grace were married by a Cleveland justice of the peace in January of nineteen twenty six nineteen thirty they opened at the palace on a bill with Eddie cantor and George Jessel cancer impressed by gracious with pastor to appear on his Sunday night N. B. C. by early nineteen forty two they have their own broadcast on CBS and by nineteen thirty eight George and Gracie were among the most established performers on race in the early forties they made when the C. then returned back to CBS for their final full season on the radio in nineteen forty nine over of nineteen fifty George burns and Gracie Allen has made the move to television return with us now to those five business days of.

"allen george" Discussed on Transition Virginia

Transition Virginia

14:37 min | 1 year ago

"allen george" Discussed on Transition Virginia

"Seats and there was lots of Republicans who thought they could win. Lee Carter seat back for example. Organic Arom CPAC. They Democrats kept all of those seats. Delegate Davis what has been from your perspective what has been the effect of Donald Trump on Virginia politics. Donald Trump is very unique the politics because he didn't win because he's a Republican and I think we've seen that so much after he won where people thought I could just say. I'm pro trump and I went in area in other states and they lose. I don't believe back then. People supported supported Bernie Sanders in the primary or supported Donald Trump because they were Republicans or Democrats. They were looking for an authentic person. Who was going to do what they said they were going to do. I think one thing we can all agree on is like it or not. Donald Trump has done with donald trump. Said he was going to do and I think we all agree. That had Bernie won the primary back. Then and became President Bernie was going to do what Bernie said he was going to both of them kind of broke the mold of the traditional politician of letting salt and make them into who they wanna be so they can win. That didn't and both of them ran on the whole concept of Washington's broken and it doesn't take a five year old to figure out that Washington was broke so any fast forward and you say okay. Republicans are running and you have you know trump and and the Democrats wanted to hang around so many Republicans net and I don't think a lot of Republicans knew how to message this. Look I mean yes. I don't like sometimes the tweets about most the tweets. I wish he would. You know kind of relax a little on that but what I don't understand. Donald Trump's entrepreneur first and foremost period end of story. It's there's a problem. We have to have a solution if you look over time in his history he has not been known for putting his head in the sand on an issue. Has He always got the right? No but he a stick his head in the sand and say Oh my God. This caused problems on the back end. And we've seen that as president so let me ask you. A question wins the last time you were scared. At North Korea was going to escalate. And we'RE GONNA end up in escalate into another third war the war because I had a fear that we escalating prior to his election. A lot of people did and I haven't had that fear in a long time. Do you not like the unemployment rate that up until recently we experienced not like the lowest unemployment rate for minorities that we had experienced. Do not like some of the negotiations that we've done and keep in mind that all this has been done during the first time in history that I can remember a president being hammer day in and day out by multiple media outlets and he's managed to get this done so look no one's perfect but if anyone sits back in a closed room and thinks that Donald Trump has not had a accomplished anything. Good for the people. They're not being honest with themselves. Doesn't mean you agree with them doesn't mean you would vote for him but you have to give the man credit on a few things and if you remember when he became president the Republican Party the Republican leadership in Congress. Wasn't that thrilled with them. He wasn't there for politics as usual. He was there to break the mold that everyone knew was broken. Matt what you see on your end from roanoke so when it comes to me and Donald trump it it's southwest. Virginia embraced trump. And I didn't understand the guy again and get it. I truthfully I talk about how it's almost like Dr Strangelove and how I learned to love the bomb. It's like you know Donald Trump and how I learned to love the trump because at first I just tweets the speeches. This that that the other eight just makes you wanNA scream speaking as a Christian and knowing that South West Virginia is a God fearing place. I would say that a lot of things that Donald Trump says does should be out of step with that demographic. Oh it should be. Let me be very clear there. We are chuck full of. I remember there was a political cartoon that came out and it had. It was a older Caucasian tea party couple and it said we want a man who fears. God. So we're going to choose. A Guy who owned casinos had three wives. So the thing about it was as we had to. I had to learn to accept that. Like he's going to tweet some stupid stuff. He's GonNa do some things I disagree with but at the same time we've got to the Best Supreme Court justices you could ever ask for as Republicans. Now you may disagree with me. Thomas but neal. Gorsuch is amazing. Brett cavenaugh is amazing. You know we have to. We have two hundred plus federal judges. Thank you Mitch. Mcconnell thank you Mitch. Mcconnell We have these judges. We have a tax cut. We have things that any Republican would've don't and so it's kind of in acceptance thing. It was just that my folks down here in southwest Virginia. If you read the best book to describe the Twenty Sixteen election was Hillbilly Elegy. Jd Vance great band Great Great Book and I read it days after the two thousand sixteen election. Because I said around and I was like we just elected a reality TV star is president and I read that book and I talked to. You know my you know. I think about people like my parents who grew up poor in South West Virginia. They didn't have a whole lot and they wanted to bake a better life. You know my dad gets up every morning at four. Am to go to work at five. Am To be a mechanic and he just wants somebody to listen to them. And that's the problem. As Republicans is we've become technocratic and we talk about capital gains taxes. But we don't talk to people like my dad. He's in a Kanak and he you would tell me all the time matthew. Donald Trump speaks to me in a way that nobody else ever did. Romney didn't speak to me this way. You know John McCain did speak to me this way. There is some kind of authenticity at least in the perceived populism that cuts through especially to a large population that skeptical of honest leadership in both parties right. And so. That's that's something that you know we've had to you know and I'd take it a step further. Glenn when it comes to his tweets in its own I'd love to take Donald Trump's phone and smash it with a sledgehammer. How what we have to talk about the good things. He's doing that. He's trying to get these things done and you know. I really think that he's changed the conversation but there is but from that we've had some positive things happen in our economy. You know before Cova now I think it'll rebound after Kovin that you know. He's done some positive things in one thing. You know taking it back to the party right. So the Democrats came after all of us Withhold DONALD TRUMP thing. I mean my race alone. They tried to hang donald trump around my neck. They spent over a million dollars against me. Mike to near coal back in June was forty two Republican forty one democrat. You know very much. A swing district I get outspend almost five to one. I spent two hundred and fifty thousand my punishment over a million And I didn't run away from trump. I literally the whole day on our work the largest democratic district. It's Kinda grew up there. always lose it big democratic coal. But I didn't run away from trump when people came by. I said you know nice to meet you. I love your support and they always ask Him Republican or Democrat and Republican that Supports Donald Trump. We'd had that conversation of why because I truly believe if you have that dialogue once again. No one's perfect but if you have the dialogue of why I supported asa why I support why you know you look at Donald Trump and and some people want to say he doesn't look out for those most in need among us really cadaval tax plan to people not realize that he that there was a refundable tax credit the child of the childcare tax credit. That gutting you've got the increased so those that actually don't make enough to pay taxes got an increase in their refundable tax credits money in their pocket. So there's so much out there that people just want to go after they don't understand that there is you. There's a lot that he has accomplished for the good once again. Not Saying that you know people have to support or not support him. But I think the day there's a counterbalance there and that dialogue does get you. Moderate voters coming over. We just knew how to handle that last year. In my opinion Donald Trump's values seem to be incongruent with Republican values. And I say that Speaking as a former Republican myself I don't think I've talked about this on the podcast yet. I actually left the Republican Party when I was nineteen years old which you know very young in the grand scheme of things but I was. It was two thousand nine and actually voted a straight ticket. Believe it or not Republican for the last time of my life that year And then very quickly when the tea party took over I was out and I kind of see the Donald trump is kind of the culmination of all the things in my mind that I saw impending in. The party's do back in two thousand nine. At least speaking from the perspective of somebody who grew up in. Centerville Virginia suburbs of Washington. Dc A very Reagan Republican Neighborhood and Previously represented by Tim Hugo for a very long time my My Home District was So what is the future of the Republican Party And what policies should Republicans start pursuing in order to win that majority back. Well let me let me start just really quick before we go on that because you know you made a statement there that you know trump really doesn't kind of fit inside that Republican mold and what people need remember. Trump isn't a Republican I. He's an entrepreneur. I I did trump. I trump you know people think of him. He's a reality star that became president He's an entrepreneur that became president the reality pieces part of the whole entrepreneurial thing right I mean. That's the crazy part. You write a lot of stuff. He does may not fit the republican mold. I remember when Pat Buchanan wanted to play. The isolationist game I was at a I was young. I was thinking high school at the time and I remember being against this I don't believe in isolation isolationism however when trump was doing it it was a negotiation leverage. Piece that he was using with other countries now I'm not privy none of us were privy to sit at the negotiating tables. But I believe that you don't be coming success on the world stage without knowing the shake a hand and when the slam door and Howdy used leverage so to the extent that I saw what transpired with Korea when he wanted to play the game of China. I realize. I'm not gonNA play Armchair quarterback on isolationist policy. When I know that the whole point of negotiations I is to make sure that you've got the leverage to get someone to do what you want them to do. Now we take that forward into your question of okay. What is your party go now? It is a little bit like that. We need to go back to being the Party of solutions by George Allen George Allen got elected on ideas we had The the whole reform parole that he put in place he reformed met of welfare reform. Back in ninety five or the became the model for so many other states Bob McDonnell in the bopper jobs scenario talking about what all you know a Virginians care about justice reform and somewhere along the line. We stopped being the Party of taking on big ideas and coming up with solutions to last huge idea that we had as a party that we took on. Obviously very controversial was a transportation plan. Right I mean. Give me something that we've done since then that is of that stature. The transportation plan the welfare reform plan. You know Abolishment OF PAROLE ON ISSUES. That people care about around the kitchen table is what? Donald Trump realized. Don't talk to three thousand foot view on something that philosophy talked about what all Americans care about around the kitchen table and bring solutions Fulmar. Bassett do thank you Davis and Matt. You are a millennial Republican. So what do you want to see your party champion on? Its way back to the majority one day that I want to champion that. The message the message of conservatism is a message for all people. The message of free markets and free people is a message of all people because and we're starting to see that by good people like Denver Reagan. You Know Denver. I've for a long time. I've been outspoken about the fact that I believe in marriage equality. I believe you know. And that's very contrary to what's in southwest Virginia Republican politics they. That's very to the contrary vite. I approach it as an issue of conservatism and saying government shouldn't be allowed to tell me who I can and cannot be with and government should approach the issue that we're all human beings we all have worth and we all contribute to society no matter who the good Lord made us to be and and we're seeing that with Denver riggleman and in the thing I want to say in the right direction was when Congressman Riggleman married a gay couple and put it in the Washington Post a lot of people in the Republican Party.

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"allen george" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

07:31 min | 2 years ago

"allen george" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Speaking of theirs as talk about thanksgiving the thing now last couple years of its in its people write articles about how to survive thanksgiving with your crazy family and I think everyone I've ever seen it's always sort of like the the Allen George W. bush thing it's always progressives about how to survive time with your racist uncle or your your Magda hat wearing because it's always from that perspective not the other way around but it was one of these articles a couple years back around this time of year that inspired me to write my book how to change someone's mind available now on Amazon dot com it's still doing this you need I think the last time you did as you you did I get that yeah I have like a music better the ideas of I guess your big I don't remember the the script that we run with but if I can think of it okay yes even I mean out price said five ten well I figured you'd hear out real hard yeah yeah during the time that closer Christmas jet dot up is that right here just search for Mike's later how to change someone's mind on Amazon dot com because I thought these articles for so terrible and they weren't even in the right spirit they're all about how to win an argument but even when it's not how to obliterate and destroy your family members it's not really the goal here and winning argument is actually some it's it's really easy to do it's really easy to win an argument you talk louder you sound more confident here you kind of do this dismissive saying I got place you got that one says they are you feel you think that you could bring other people into it but when it's your turn to make make an argument like listen we all know that your wrong right you do that you get the other person all riled up in the U. under cut then that's a classic one right to get the person riled up and then you say well uncle Joe I'm down what do you what is the word help about grade a manipulation I think that's a great got all of that you say something get him riled up and then whoa we were just send a conversation a night on relax so there's a tanto tons of ways to win an argument but who cares good is that's no good if your goal is to win an argument I encourage you just did not even do it because you're not gonna feel good about it you're just gonna make the other person feel bad about themselves and if you really believe in what you're arguing about then that's not a good thing to do the goal should be to change someone's mind so one run through a couple things of of the book here as sort of talking about Meghan to Meghan would travel the country going to funerals and protesting the she was a member of the Westboro Baptist church I was their quotes so one day she was protesting outside of a temple I synagogue and Nash had a sign that said your rabbi is a be the old the old W. word Eric sounds like an H. silent W. the silent W. word rhymes with your morality is such a bull I believe you dropped on the air coupled with the fact yeah that is in the condos in an appropriate context of candy the board game canyon lands game two days to about in context okay Eric I didn't just throw the word around **** nilly so your rabbi is a blank now one of the members of the synagogue was David he reached out to our online and they started talking back and forth as she should have another protest at a synagogue in this time he brought her a homemade middle eastern desert grandma's recipe at that time she was holding a sign that said god hates Jews you see the Westboro Baptist people use them to his approach instead of yelling back instead of all that you which led to the everyone else has only ever done to her she yells they yell she yells they yell everyone leaves feel stupid his approach was I wanted to be really nice to that Megan would have a hard time hating me their relationship started to soften her heart started questioning her church's teachings hold on god hates Jews this guy seems real nice what's the and it was a really hard decision for her to leave her cold because it meant she had to leave our entire family to enter three years but three years after she first stood outside that's outside that synagogue that said your rabbi is a blank she was sleeping on that rabbis couch and eating dinner with him his wife and their four children that's a pretty big Asian I'd say and she goes around she speaks about this now and she says David told me about excuse me for mispronouncing all the the Jewish teaching that you could do something to repair the world Westboro Baptist church literally has a website the world is doomed but this idea that we could fix what we broke that really gave me hope in a time where there wasn't a lot of that never before that and this is there is you're never gonna change someone's mind by yelling at never happened in the history of changing of mine that's the first thing to either accept that factor which is why I'm always confused with a bull horn guys that are out on court Yellin hell fire and brimstone yeah when my buddies would I went as is our college campuses some guy was doing that doing all right now anyone and he's a listen in on your team Michael Christian you're gonna has this ever ever worked Lee that's the undercut we're looking for yeah exactly I do what do you and you know he said get behind me say in so now I did right never never worked one never brought someone to Jesus in the history of doing that that's probably the greatest Saturday Night Live come back you could possibly find hi and be safe I use on you a few times you have you've reviewed to me in the name of the lord so that's the first reality as the first truth Arkansas do a couple tips to run to see others go so these are in a particular order by the way I was given over a few but these are in an order in the book obviously there in precise order so one of the chapters is gonna beat down so Ben Franklin girl band we talk a lot about that lately but seventy years old he grew up actually in.

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"allen george" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

04:21 min | 2 years ago

"allen george" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"You guys are a freeze during the game they showed a shot of Georgian me laughing together and so people were upset they thought why is a gay Hollywood liberal sitting next to a conservative Republican president didn't even notice I'm holding the brand new iPhone Levin a lot of people were mad and they did what people do when they're mad the tweet and but here's one tweet that I loved this person says Allen George Bush together makes me have faith in America again I'm friends with George Bush in fact I'm friends with a lot of people who don't share the same beliefs that I have we're all different and I think that we've forgotten that that's okay that we're all different for instance I wish people wouldn't wear for I don't like it but but I'm friends with people who wear fur and I I'm friends with people who are furry is a matter of fact I have friends who should we use more and I I would just because I don't agree with someone on everything doesn't mean that I'm not going to be friends with them when I say be kind to one another I don't mean only the people that think the same way that you do I mean be kind to everyone who can argue with that I don't think the Ellen DeGeneres MRI probably agree on much of any public policy but she strikes me as an incredibly funny lockable enjoyable person that I would that I would are you not just like I would love to sit next to Barack Obama I wouldn't mind sitting next to Ellen de generous and having a conversation about wherever it goes it doesn't have to be about her sexual preference because I don't give a rat's **** about her sexual preference but it might be for example she talked about it I know was a joke but she talked about you know I I drive through the windows because that way only I only have to see one person when you're as recognizable as someone is Ellen de generous it does become difficult at times to lead what you might want to consider to be an ordinary life I know we're at that level no and I'm not I know I don't pretend to be and I'm not saying that I mean the we're near the level of Ellen DeGeneres that's obvious but I go out people recognize my voice and if people want to talk to me and that's fine I you know I appreciate my fans I appreciate people listen to the radio program I appreciate people listen to my podcast I appreciate people to read my book I appreciate people that want to interact with me but I get it too because some people don't know how to interact with public figures they think that because thank they think because they listen to you every day or they or because someone like me is so transparent about what I think of what I do about my family life my friends and and everything else that I want that relationship I want that I want that I want people to make that connection but there are tons hello I just wanna drive through windows and just get my burger and just going about my way I respect Ellen for that and I also respect her ability to sit next to George Bush let me tell you something about George Bush as someone who has sat next to him in serious moments in light hearted moments in moments that you would not believe the seriousness of the nature of of of whatever it is we might have been talking about but George Bush it is a decent human being can I may not agree on everything in fact I disagree with all this policy I disagree I disagree vociferously for the staff and others about the creation of the department of homeland security yet because I was willing to speak my mind logically and rationally they made me the undersecretary from.

"allen george" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"allen george" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"And Democrats coming together it gave me the feels hammer Ellen de generous and George W. bush hanging out together at a cowboy he's gay over the weekend they were sitting right next to each other and Jerry Jones is sweet I thank god at least the joke that build a generous made was that she she's a she was a Green Bay fan if that might have been the reason why she was there I don't know if that was real or not if they've just part of the job but people are all up in arms Ellen had the nerve to sit with a Republican president this is the difference between the right and the left you don't see people on the right publicly shaming people if they sit with a liberal but if it's the other way around the block a lot buckaroo because it's going to get ugly there are some sort of gay social media channel that was just ripping Alan for having the audacity to sit next to the former president well on her program yesterday Ellen explained why she was indeed sitting next to W. the game they showed a shot of Georgian me laughing together and so people were upset they thought why is a gay Hollywood liberal sitting next to a conservative Republican president didn't even notice I'm holding the brand new iPhone Levin a lot of people were mad and they did what people do when they're mad they tweet and but here's one tweet that I logged this person says Allen George Bush together makes me have faith in America again.

"allen george" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"allen george" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Real news and information five seventy K. L. idea seven fifty A. K. L. I. F. if you're watching the cowboys game on Sunday you probably saw shot of Ellen DeGeneres yeah President Bush yes using the cowboys owner's suite yes I guess Jerry Jones daughter Charlotte invite her and her wife Portia de Rossi Allen's wife right to sit in on the game and boy Twitter just lit up all you can only imagine when there was that shot of Ellen sit next to George W. bush had to know she was walking into it and she knew that because of so many of her fans are extremely liberal as she's big Hollywood star and all that and because she's gay and but it but it but but she has some really really good thoughts about the whole matter and she did talk about it on her show yesterday yeah she talked about expecting criticism because she's not a cowboys fan when we were invited I was so you know I was aware that you I was gonna be surrounded with people from very different views and beliefs and I'm not talking about politics I was rooting for the Packers and get this everybody in the cowboys suite was rooting for the cowboys he's had in portions purse don't get me wrong I I will I like the cowboys I love the cowboys I love all the village people as a matter of fact well you know yeah I understand that if you ever done that you've been in a stadium or someplace where you're in the room you're in you're in the minority here in hostile territory yes there is really intimidating and I don't know where it is exactly but does she also said that people got mad because she was sitting next President Bush during the game and they showed a shot of Georgian me laughing together and so people were upset they thought why is a gay Hollywood liberal sitting next to a conservative Republican president didn't even notice I'm holding the brand new iPhone Levin and it's funny they were mad but one person on Twitter actually had a positive message a lot of people are mad and they did what people do when they're mad they tweet and but here's one tweet that I logged this person says Allen George Bush together makes me have faith in.

"allen george" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

03:51 min | 2 years ago

"allen george" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Gretel he changed his name professionally but not legally so I guess is documents are not signed under the name you know and sign under the name Allen George Dorsey we'll find out when mom because I will by god sign him up for a contract we propped up Gordon Lightfoot on that stage and let him whisper a few songs the all wheel damn sure do it end of our home for me Jonathan hello comrade how are you I'm good so I was very curious because I've been going around on this trip to Europe and it's almost universal when they ever whenever they find out you're an American here in Europe the first question is what do you think about town and it's almost universal at the people around here just don't like them except for people of the former Soviet Republic especially omit P. I meet people about Gerry and they're like oh my god yes trump those I I find the divide so starling and I never you are IBM finally got for those curious what your experience been with that and if you want to watch outside the US why there's such loading it's a complicated question but I'll attempt to answer it to start with most people in the world our middling they don't seek greatness and they desperately hope not to fail it really just don't want to be noticed don't want to cause any waves go along to get along most people will tolerate misery rather than attempt to do something great or be talked about and that's just as true of nations as it is of individuals most of the world most of the world's leaders our governing nations for home almost all of their people if given the chance would flee that country and come to the United States so that can't be good for your ego can that means that you're the manager of a team that every player on the team your double a baseball the only reason anybody's here is to try to get to the next level and you get to coach a they don't really want to be coached to the they just want to get out I think that for most countries a sort of sense of status quo a sense of decorum a sense of well let's let's everyone mind our P. piecing Jews for decades generations and what trump operates in where he excels in a tumultuous chaotic turning over a churning of the waters he thrives in chaos and for most of the world they fear chaos they know chaos in ways that we haven't revolutions protest violence tribal wars for most of the world they experience that on a daily basis and they desperately simply want stability quiet peace and so for them he's frightened.

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"allen george" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

03:30 min | 2 years ago

"allen george" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"And this once again it's time for yester year a look back at your favorite dramas westerns comedies and musical variety show from the golden age of radio here's your host for yester year Craig Roberts time once again to settle in your favorite easy chair for another hour of classic radio entertainment later on it's that champion of the people the guardian of our fundamental rights to life liberty and the pursuit of happiness is Mr district attorney but first on the lighter side spend some time with George burns and Gracie Allen George and grace were married by a Cleveland justice of the peace in January of nineteen twenty six nineteen thirty they opened at the palace on a bill with Eddie cantor and George Jessel cancer impressed by grace she's with Hastert to appear in his Sunday night NBC by early nineteen forty two they had their own broadcast on CBS and by nineteen thirty eight George and Gracie were among the most established performers on radio in the early forties they made the move when the C. then returned back to CBS for their final full season on the radio in nineteen forty nine nineteen fifty George burns and Gracie Allen has made the move to television return with us now to those five business days of yester year with the George burns and Gracie Allen show and George's family tree from January of nineteen forty three another classic radio moments from the archives of yester year and we the night again time for another pleasant visit with George burns and Gracie Allen give me cash and Paul Whiteman and his music not.

"allen george" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

07:03 min | 3 years ago

"allen george" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"The people listening in. I don't want you to be upset that Dennis Prager show. You could always listen to Hewitt Show. Greetings, everyone watching on television on the camera here in the studio generalissimo must all day yesterday with our high tech wiz Troy attempting to add a second camera, of course, nothing happened. And I continue to look at my soundboard, which is like the high-speed train rail in California. It's been promised for ten years, and it's been abandoned as of yesterday it's done but rarely do. I get to begin the show rarely at six AM in the east. I get to say the president of the United States has just tweeted. The president wrote nine minutes ago. The Senate intelligence committee colon and the rest is in all caps. There is no evidence of collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia. Exclamation point. That's already received one thousand one hundred retweets three thousand almost four thousand likes and one thousand comments he did that nine minutes ago. He's driving a message before the the morning. It's right, by the way, there is no collusion. Richard burr. The chairman of the Senate Intel committee came out and said it yesterday, we've known it forever between the Trump campaign now don't don't discount. The fact they're going to get Manafort on one hundred different things Manafort just never seen the light of day again. And they may they've got Michael Flynn on lying, and they're gonna get Michael Cohen already going to jail. I got a bunch of people, but they got nothing on the campaign. They got nothing on the president. It appears that they got nothing on the kids. They got nothing. Nothing. Nothing. A whole lot of nothing, and it would be very. Hard for me to imagine a circumstance in which Senate Intel did not develop charges about which the special prosecutor is unaware. And that the special prosecutor has a vein of evidence about which the Senate Intel committee is unaware that just seem very odd. To me. Listen, I want to begin the show by talking to Email Aimo is our tracker tracker as during a campaign. The opposition team sends out a kid with a video camera or an iphone to tape everything that the opposition candidate says dozen the hope of catching like Amy charter roll out something something in public at which the most famous of which is the macaca moment by the former governor of Virginia whose name is escaping me right now if I had to produce so they would whisper in my ear. The former governor Virginia's name, but when he said macaca. George Allen, George Allen. Thank you. I told you. It was George Allen George Allen. Said macaca at a tracker captured it and it changed the whole rate change. In fact, the courts American politics since he was likely to be the nominee in two thousand and eight good friend of this show, and his wife is wonderful. But the media matters for America if they want to call it hard left. It's just a weird place. It's a cult and the cult leader David Brock, and I met David years ago when he was a different cult. He was the anti Anita hill called now. He's the anti everything. Commonsense. Cult and people go to Washington DC young people go to Washington DC, and they wanna to work for something that they think matters, and they can't get a job in real journalism. So they go over to the cult and they sign up for 'em MFA, and then they become a tracker of one media outlet or another. And so I'm assigned Email and everyday emails got to listen to this show every minute of this show, and he transcribed parts of the show. And he tried to get click bait out of it yesterday. Got some quick paid out of the fact that Tom cotton Senator from Arkansas now, we're talking about how the left. Is trying really really hard to disappear all evidence of the new green deal. The white paper on the new green deal, which is not a fact sheet that was one part of the white paper. I included an overview many declarations fifteen requirements in nine facts. But it was a giant train wreck of a rollout. And so the left is trying to disappear it and a whole bunch of the media is complicit with it. And both cotton tonight. We're reminded of the Stalin era techniques of the USSR where they would just disappear stuff. They didn't want. And I pointed out I have nothing to do with our Weli and tactics. I read every presidential tweet. I read the good stuff the bad stuff. I tell you the good and the bad about the president the good and the bad about Democrats. I'll tell you about the scam tram going down, but Aimo parole. The amount we an we we can imagine Email in our mind an Email. I'm talking to you. You don't have to work for the call. You can leave the cult. You can go be a waiter. You can go work at the Verizon center. They're going to need our shirts for the the national season. There are lots of jobs in DC. They're basically you go to old town on king street every single restaurant needs help. So there's no reason you have to tell mom and dad, you're working for a cult, and you might see daybreak walk by every couple of weeks with that mane of hair. His and seeing look in the mirror, and you might say to yourself. I'm making a difference. Now, actually, you help lose the election of two thousand sixteen. Pretty much every democrat knows that. So you just you can break away or you can continue to listen to me, I'm giving you a daily dose of common sense common sense conservatism. So eventually, I'm gonna talk you out outta LeBron. You gotta get out of there. Now, I want to begin by telling you, what evidence of how crazy the left is the new governor of California Gavin Newsom is a day left-wingers left-winger. I mean, he's so far to the left. This state is screwed. Right. Absolutely. Screw nevertheless. So crazy where Jerry Brown's too big projects so off the charts where two am Bishen then in the governor's first state of the state speech. Gavin Newsom broke from Jerry Brown's most ambitious public work projects and ended the scam trap. The bullet train former governor Brown envisioned carrying passengers from San Francisco to LA and further east from Mercedes Bakersfield dead. Now, we have the cost of it balloon to a hundred and thirty billion dollars by some estimates. We've already spent five and a half billion dollars in California on high speed rail which could have built the fence, by the way. Yeah. We could have had a lot of stuff with five and a half billion dollars. California's ought to be asking themselves when they think of Jerry Brown. What could we have done with five and a half billion dollars? I know for example, that there are hundreds of California high schools that don't have pools pools are the single best efficient investment for activity and athletic and calories burned and keeping kids on the straight and narrow and giving them something to do water polo swimming swimming, water polo swimming pools for five point five billion dollars. They could have done a lot of scholarships to community college.

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"allen george" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

KTTH 770AM

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"allen george" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

"If we've got to the heart of this issue yet we talked about it for the whole first hour of the show and the question to you is. Should govern northern resign? According to staff, the latest, I guess leak out from his office is that his staff says that he does not want to leave politics as a racist for life. That seems. Seems reasonable right. He's he says, maybe I can repair this. What you always wanted to ios wanting to repair things and. Then you can be the master of your own destiny. There was a guy. What was the guy? He was from Virginia as well. We talked about this guy who said the macaca comment he was a Republican. And he he he was drummed out of politics. And he never came back. We haven't even heard of him. I forgot that guy's name. That's why I'm but George Allen George Allen was considered a contender for the presidency. Because he was in a swing state, and he was a Republican, and he seemed to have a good reputation, a nice smile and a good head of hair. And then he said something he used the word macaca, which is a meaningless word. He used it as an name for some guy. Somebody said it was racist. He bumbled the again this time just like this guy. He should have come out and said, I don't even know what came out of my mouth, but it was certainly wasn't racist. And everyone should shut up. But he really bumbled it. And then he was drummed out of politics. And we have the macaca play it. Here over here with the yellow shirt.

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