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"larry geller" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

07:12 min | 3 months ago

"larry geller" Discussed on Pantheon

"With you. He did indeed. About that share and share alike man. That's what that's. What was going on back then and it was fun. Fun and he slid into the next to me and whispered in my ear. Are you the one? And I said why whatever do you mean? Worked man did work I sit. down. Who'll and that was pretty fun because everyone in the club was wondering. Did she do that? Fantastic man. You knew how to make it happen, and he always happen. He asked you know there somewhere we can go and. I thought heck. Yeah, go to my place. I did drove him to my place. and. How was he i? Mean? Obviously, we'RE NOT GONNA get into details, but I've heard good good things about his prowess. Everything about him is fantastic. Yeah, what a sweet! Loving intelligent man! And he's still just. Playing away. Isn't it so cool? He just wanted to have fun and to walk out of the whiskey with him, and how everybody watch such a coup and I was so proud of myself. and then I knew I had the hook and line because I had a sixty nine purple cougar automobile. and. I knew he loved cars. I made sure I drove that car. Oh, my father had a fleet of wonderful muscle cars and I knew. Your father had a fleet of Muscle car. Father was a car dealer at one point and he. Had Access to a lot of wonderful vehicles. And I saw that one and. Course he wanted to drive it. How great man and he did. And I took him home. Good for you, honey and we had a great time on a lot of a lot of a lot of talking and I was surprised at how well we connected quite frank. Good. Was that when the Jeff Beck Group are a little later, we'll host was drumming. Oh, so that was a little later. When he was at just playing as himself as south. Show that I went to the performance that he went to around that time was at the San. Bernardino Swing Auditorium So we gone to that, show afterwards which you know. I was very excited to be in front of Molly performance. This oh that's always the best to be onstage with. Someone watching them perform knowing. You're going to just be with them later. There's nothing like that kind of of rock and roll magic. Absolutely, he was really a kind of a dream. Come true that I actually pulled that off with shocking. To, myself. And that Y- There was a lot of work. Put behind that mean. There was a lot of thought processes, and you know absolutely. Thought if cozy. When harmon said what a Great Time Dad! Any totally worked. One of my favorite bands was the Jeff Beck Group. With Rod Stewart singing and he was brand new on the scene, and what a character he already had a huge huge ego before he you. Anyone knew who he was, but that that band was so great his album truth is one of my very favorite records. And I. Guess I can talk about this now because i. I couldn't write about it. because I wasn't in the room when it happened, but several of the GTO's. at Frank ZAPPA's cabin. Saw Jeff Beck. Give himself. Oh. Wow, did you notice that he was quadruple? Joining like that I did not. I missed that one. Dr Know if we can keep this in, but. He I saw him years later, and the girls came running out and saying Oh my God. You can't believe what just happened. And I was very upset that I missed it tired, and I actually tried to put it and I'm with the band and the attorneys reading the books that if you didn't witness it, you can't write about it. I could have had I been in that room, but side Jeff many years later Helena's. And he thanked me for not putting it in my book and Little Dino no I tried. Oh there, you go because what a wonderful to be able do. Absolutely. Very telling. More talented than anybody new. GTO sought three of them. I have such fun memories of him. Just I mean. He was just fine on me to you know he played on our record and he was, he played on Mercy Song and couple songs on on the GTO's record, and he was just a doll. His whole band was. So, we sure have some great memories. Memories Yeah, I have absolutely done beyond anything. I ever imagined I do in life. Much Fun I look back and I have. Great Memories no regrets no regrets down here off ever couple regrets for things I didn't. Have done. That's that's the whole chicken you regret the down to. Glory I things I could have a couple of amazing things I could have done that I, you know. have a date with Elvis and things like that. But I you know I. Don't regret anything. I actually did high end tickets to see Elvis through Elmer Valentine and didn't go. There is a prime example, so we both have been storing dis. Yeah, I had someone call me up and say Elvis needs a date tonight to come up to his house and Watch TV. It was Larry Geller, who did his hair and was his spiritual adviser? And I had just gotten engaged to Michael and I said no I better not. Later I told my only didn't. What were you thinking? Of course you should have gone out there. And anyway only regrets for things I. Didn't do well see. That's the way it goes for real. So tell me about now. How is DD Keel now I am wonderful. Yeah, I am seems like it well, still working for the Public School district, and you've been a teacher. I'm the detention supervisor. Supervise a middle school. That is so fantastic. The Keel is a detention supervisor well. I have to say is really funny. How that even came about I? I wanted my family thought it was time I got a real job They wanted me to apply at the city, the county and the local school district. I did I went put applications into to all of them, and I got called back I got I got offered the job. Animal Control at the county of Orange and offered the job as the AFC attendant at the school district I wanted to work with children so I took that job, not knowing exactly.

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"larry geller" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

07:12 min | 3 months ago

"larry geller" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"With you. He did indeed. About that share and share alike man. That's what that's. What was going on back then and it was fun. Fun and he slid into the next to me and whispered in my ear. Are you the one? And I said why whatever do you mean? Worked, man did work I sit. down. Who'll and that was pretty fun because everyone in the club was wondering. Did she do that. Fantastic man. You knew how to make it happen, and he always happen. He asked you know there somewhere we can go and. I thought heck. Yeah, go to my place. I did drove him to my place. and. How was he? I mean? Obviously we'RE NOT GONNA. Get into details, but I've heard good good things about his prowess. Everything about him is fantastic. Yeah, what a sweet! Loving intelligent man. And he's still just. Playing away. Isn't it so cool? He just wanted to have fun and to walk out of the whiskey with him, and how everybody watch such a coup and I was so proud of myself. and then I knew I had the hook and line because I had a sixty nine purple cougar. Automobile, And I knew he loved cars. I made sure I drove that car. Oh, my father had a fleet of wonderful muscle cars and I knew. Your father had a fleet of Muscle car. Father was a car dealer at one point and. Had Access to a lot of wonderful vehicles. And I saw that one and. Course he wanted to drive it. How great man and he did. And I took him home. Good for you, honey and we had a great time on a lot of a lot of a lot of talking and I was surprised at how well we connected quite frank. Good. Was that when the Jeff Beck Group are a little later, we'll host was drumming. Oh, so that was a little later. When he was at just playing as himself as south. Show that I went to the performance that he went to around that time was at the San Bernardino, Swing Auditorium So we gone to that. Show afterwards which you know I was very excited to be in front of Molly. Performance this Oh. That's always the best to be onstage with. Someone watching them perform knowing. You're going to just be with them later. There's nothing like that kind of of rock and roll magic. Absolutely he was really a kind of a dream. Come true that I actually pulled that off with shocking. To, myself. And that Y- There was a lot of work. Put behind that mean. There was a lot of thought processes, and you know absolutely. Thought if cozy. When harmon said what a Great Time Dad. Any totally worked. One of my favorite bands was the Jeff. Beck Group. With Rod Stewart singing and he was brand new on the scene, and what a character! He already had a huge huge ego before he you. Anyone knew who he was, but that that band was so great his album truth is one of my very favorite records. And I. Guess. I can talk about this now because i. I couldn't write about it. because I wasn't in the room when it happened, but several of the GTO's. at Frank ZAPPA's cabin. Saw Jeff Beck. Give himself. Oh. Wow. Did you notice that he was quadruple? Joining like that I did not. I missed that one Dr. if we can keep this in, but. He I saw him years later, and the girls came running out and saying Oh my God. You can't believe what just happened and I was very upset that I missed it tired, and I actually tried to put it, and I'm with the band and the attorneys reading the books that if you didn't witness it, you can't write about it. I could have had I been in that room, but side Jeff many years later Helena's. and. He thanked me for not putting it in my book and Little Dino I. Tried Oh there. You Go, because what a wonderful to be able do. Absolutely. Very telling. More talented than anybody. NEW GTO sought three of them. I have such fun memories of him just I mean he was just fine on me to you know. He played on our record and he was. He played on Mercy Song. And couple songs on on the GTO's record, and he was just a doll. His whole band was. So. We sure have some great memories memories. Yeah, I have absolutely done beyond anything I ever imagined I. Do in Life Much Fun I look back and I have. Great Memories, no regrets no regrets down here off ever couple regrets for things I didn't. Have done. That's that's the whole chicken you regret the down to. Glory I things I could have a couple of amazing things. I could have done that I, you know. have a date with Elvis and things like that. But I. You know I don't regret anything. I actually did high end tickets to see Elvis through Elmer Valentine and didn't go. There is a prime example, so we both have been storing dis. Yeah I. Had someone call me up and say Elvis needs a date tonight to come up to his house and Watch TV. It was Larry Geller who did his hair and was his spiritual adviser. And I had just gotten engaged to Michael and I said no I better not. Later I told my only didn't. What were you thinking? Of course you should have gone out there. And, anyway only regrets for things I. Didn't do well see. That's the way it goes for real. So tell me about now. HOW IS DD Keel? Now I am wonderful. Yeah, I am I. Guess Well Still Working for the Public School district and you've been a teacher. I'm the detention supervisor. Supervise a middle school. That is so fantastic. The Keel is a detention supervisor well. I have to say is really funny. How that even came about I I wanted my family thought it was time I got a real job They wanted me to apply at the city, the county and the local school district. I did I went put applications into to all of them and I got called back I got I got offered the job animal control at the county of Orange and offered the job as the AFC attendant at the school district I wanted to work with children, so I took that job, not knowing exactly.

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"larry geller" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

06:18 min | 10 months ago

"larry geller" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Policeman's where Salem waterfront hotel and suites break away and Rozario restaurant Hey guys welcome back to a food for thought I'm really having a lot of fun with this interview Brian Ruffin Ellie who was a long time event planner arguably the biggest in the country if not the world and I jokingly said you've done our TV diner galas in the past and now that I think of it those were amazing they were amazing of course and why were they amazing well because of well I because I went through the now Jenny Johnson and I went well mostly Jedi kind of does probably hates me for it but yeah we actually got to walk through the process with you and your staff from the get go you know we had to choose a date we had to choose a location once we had a location we get in touch with Brian you put us in touch with your staff obviously you were to take it into but yeah the events were amazing and people to this day still talk about them I like that how did it start for you hello I'm around here did you know I grew up in Rhode Island and ended up coming here after school and and something terrible happened in the eighties the aids crisis happened in the eighties and I lost friend way too young and went and volunteered at the aids action committee and there are two things I could do I could either become a body which was to go and serve other clients at home when they were dying or special events committee so I joined a special events and I that was a boot camp for me to learn how to do everything of your registration and welcome committee and design and decoration a walk ons and robots onsen yeah they had radio ads yeah it was my body that used to run it Larry Geller Kessler's yeah when I was in its house when he was dying and and spent three weeks there with his amazing parents in west we're missing family a really beautiful situation but at when at pass it is you know he said you need to come here and turn your grief into action come to the aids action committee and volunteer my that's what I did and they were so look like they're amazing fundraisers right I vent after Ventura Antonsen or nine more money life in some ways is the luckiest guy in the world right because I got to learn how to DO evento even tell people now young people I'm like if you wanna get me that business volunteer go for it volunteer nonprofit or a political campaign and you will learn how to organize and run events at light speed and that's what you're so it's the best training ground you cross we have all because you know I host a lot of events that's part of what I do for a living galas and fund raisers and everything else and that to me I'm always impressed because the event companies the event people so to speak I've always felt like they they've got to be the hardest working people in the world now it seems like a lot of work and it is a lot of work in it I mean the whole hospitality businesses I mean you know anybody in the restaurant business right tell biz I'm what you do that's why I got it has a D. V. business because I couldn't believe the Pasha the people in the food business at you have to love it but god and how many of us do you do a year so and now we both do the at sixty five to seventy five and two year but when I first started nine I was a contractor to do three or four events here think about that twenty three years ago and now we do sixty five in two cities satellite office and non Palm Beach in the winter and now I'm going all over the world I mean in my book you'll see I were in to loom or in the Hamptons or in Jackson Hole weren't as stumble in Paris London and Washington now when you say we're in this you have done events there reddit done events and I wasn't aware of your Palm Beach office and really where they'll go all so I follow them wait a minute me to my next question I think you have done events as a yes it clippings of the Mercer was got a couple of minutes what did you do there are a lot the red cross ball there I did the Dana Farber Cancer Institute gala there now were these events that were stage three by this was pre trial yeah I mean free president trump right exactly so my follow up is have you done events for president or melania trump I have not okay I have not and you know Dan is out of our little choice no no no no it's a you know certainly because I can call Brian thank you thank you for that look there is there's so many amazing talented party designers out there and it's their turn to whenever circle and I don't know why men who they're using I don't know actually are you don't even ask that's how success everything's coming out of the social office with the social secretary these are amazing woman yeah I actually work with that things got called design cuisine on of DC and they **** up was a good choice and so she's running everything over there and that we got about a minute and a half before break how do you go about choosing among your staff how many staff members do you have I fifty fifty and how do you go about choosing who works which events like who's gonna be the director on this particular I mean it's a great question it's it's sort of a perfect storm it's who's available who's worked really hard in is a marquee event comes in if they're the right fit for that because I have I have you know my folks work on everything because we do not profit we do private we do corporate and and everyone works on everything I'm I really want everyone to have a full portfolio so it's really kind of looking at all of that and deciding then of course chemistry personality the book which we're gonna spend the rest of the show talking about and where folks can get it and why you did it with the book towards men like for you some of the experiences is it the hardest thing you've ever done no actually it's not really I mean it's the hardest thing I've ever done in a short amount of time I can tell you that okay and you're currently still on the books or on you know you know in first and second quarter of next year we're going west coast we've done everything up and down these that I mentioned earlier in the show you're on the today show a lot we grab the lead time so we can all the day before new year's eve all the last minute new year's eve tips which is something else we're gonna talk about we're gonna take a break so on the other side just so you know we're going to take the book tort with Brian and is going to walk us through it and we've got all the tips you need with days from the holidays from Christmas until new years and that you're all nervous about entertaining accounts or whatever so we'll give you some last minute ideas that.

Brian Ruffin Ellie Salem
"larry geller" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

06:07 min | 11 months ago

"larry geller" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Where Salem waterfront hotel and suites break away and Rozario restaurant Hey guys welcome back to a food for thought I'm really having a lot of fun with this interview Brian rough and now he was a little long time event planner arguably the biggest in the country if not the world and I jokingly said you've done our TV diner galas in the past and now that I think of it those were amazing they were amazing of course why were they amazing well because of well I because I went through the no Jenny Johnson and I went well mostly Jenny kind of does probably hates me for it but yeah we actually got to walk through the process with you and your staff from the get go you know we had to choose a date we had to choose a location once we had a location we get in touch with Brian you put us in touch with your staff obviously you are too big and too but yeah the events were amazing and people to this day still talk about them I like that how did it start for you I'm around here did you know I grew up in Rhode Island and ended up coming here after school and and something terrible happened in the eighties of the aids crisis happened in the eighties and I lost friend way too young and went and volunteered at the aids action committee and there are two things I could do I could either become a body which was to go and serve other clients at home when they were dying or special events committee so I joined a special events and I that was a boot camp for me to learn how to do everything of your registration and welcome Canadian design and decoration a walk ons and robots onsen yeah they had radio ads yeah I was my body that you sort of Larry Geller Tessler yeah when I was in its house when he was dying and and spent three weeks there with his amazing parents in west what I'm missing family a really beautiful situation but at when at pass it is you know he said you need to come here and turn your grief into action come to the aids action committee and volunteer my house what I did and they were so look like they're amazing fundraisers right I vent after Ventura Antonsen worn down more money life in some ways is the luckiest guy in the world right because I got to learn how to do events or even tell people now young people I'm like if you wanna get me that business volunteer fern volunteer nonprofit or a political campaign and you will learn how to organize and run events at light speed and that's what you just so it's the best training ground across Billy habitable because you know I host a lot of events that's part of what I do for a living galas and fund raisers and everything else and that to me I'm always impressed because the event companies the event people so to speak have I've always felt like there they've got to be the hardest working people in the world now it seems like a lot of work and it is a lot of work in it I mean the whole hospitality businesses I mean you know anybody in the restaurant business right tell business what you do that's why I got into the TV business because I couldn't believe the Pasha the people in the food business at you have to love it but god and how many of us do you do a year so and now we both do about sixty five to seventy five into your but when I first started nine I was a contract we do three or four events here think about that twenty three years ago and now we do sixty five in two cities satellite office in non Palm Beach in the winter on and now I'm going all over the world I mean in my book you'll see I were in to loom or in the Hamptons or in Jackson Hole weren't and stumble in Paris London Washington now when you say where is this you have done events there reddit done events and I wasn't aware of your Palm Beach office and really where they'll go all so I follow them wait a minute me to my next question I think you have done events as a yes it clippings of the process we've got a couple of minutes what is there a lot I did the red cross ball there I did the Dana Farber Cancer Institute gala there now were these events that were stage three by this was pre trial yeah I mean free president trite exactly so my follow up is have you done events for president or melania trump I have not okay I have not and you know dance out of a little choice no no no no it's a you know certainly because I can call Brian thank you thank you for that look there is there's so many amazing talented party designers out there and it's their turn to whenever circle and I don't know why men who are they using I don't know actually you don't even know that's how success everything's coming out of the social office with the social secretary these are amazing woman yeah I actually work with that things got called design cuisine out of DC and they **** up was a good choice and so she's running everything over there and that we got about a minute and a half before break how do you go about choosing among your staff how many staff members do you have I fifty fifty and how do you go about choosing who works which events like who's gonna be the director on this particular I mean it's a great question it's it's sort of a perfect storm it's who's available who's worked really hard in is a marquee event comes in if they're the right fit for that because I have I have you know my folks work on everything because we do not profit we do private we do corporate and and everyone works on everything I'm I really want everyone to have a full portfolio so it's really kind of looking at all of that in deciding then of course chemistry personality the book which we're gonna spend the rest of the show talking about and where folks can get it and why you did what the book towards men like for you some of the experiences is it the hardest thing you've ever done no actually it's not really I mean it's the hardest thing I've ever done in a short amount of time I can tell you that okay and you're currently still on the books or on you know you know in first and second quarter of next year we're going west coast we've done everything up and on the set I mentioned earlier in the show you're on the today show a lot we constantly so we can all the day before new year's eve all the last minute new year's eve tips which is something else we're going to talk about we're gonna take a break so on the other side just so you know we're going to take the book tort with Brian and is going to walk us through it and we've got all.

Salem Brian rough
"larry geller" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

Talk Is Jericho

16:30 min | 1 year ago

"larry geller" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

"The coffee drinking well listen to Jay especially those expensive when you mentioned the Mo Elvis Spirit being pissed off now did Charlie this is really mad so we went up to Graceland we went through the mansion and we got guys type of stuff but he was very very angry and he wanted us and I wrote a book and did a friends wrong talked about wildest was on the drugs and Elvis wanted the you know liberace's sing and balance at the end of his life he was fighting and in seventy firing a tiger Linda Thompson and her and her her brother pursued that a huge career you know after all that would have just been like John Lennon's lost I do it a couple of different ways I believe it or not used divining rods and believe in high eighty percent accuracy is viewing shows here as well all this but I'm very confident that we're in a deep contact with it's nice all it's not take away then let it stand so the and I have to say the folks that Elvis Presley enterprises remove you're the famous you're thinking of Yuri Geller is that Ray all remember their names but I it's when you mentioned did all right we're probably going to show with Linda Thompson here very soon Thompson and she she said that living with Elvis was a nice abnormal life so you're mentioning kind of these like I said there's there's so many things involved Chris I'm almost at the point now where I'm sure I'm almost certain again I'm in the middle of another book and have done kill the sixty s I know that's a crazy statement I think I have a lot of data to back it up and guessing on once upon a time in Hollywood he's Geller and once talked about earlier coincidentally Larry Geller cut Elvis's air so Larry Geller just say Larry the more of us that die Larry Stories get better because there's no one left wondering about Larry I'm trying to find out if he cut McCartney's here if he cut McCartney's Air Tate House two three days before the quote unquote murders the new ties to Tate's dad who was definitely naval intelligence listen if he's if he kept Paul's Air I got him Chris so production I don't think anybody was killed I really improve that and you drugs rock and Roll Anti Government Anti War hippie movement in one fell swoop we realized and we're divine where sovereign were free and we're GonNa get this thing rolling man action hero and all this sort of thing so what do you happen to to Tate and Polanski and South America after they were allegedly de deep does the Congo that's the eternal question how deep does it really we're getting out of it was the matrix still the form of mind control now you know I'm a slave to the Judas in my mind the Judas of course was much of the gods then why are we you know bowing the need to aren't we rising up and a lot of people save a why won't God do something well except this bill to see it well you know I've I've a youtube channel the Christian whistle blower got my talent there's something is is catching hold and I think people are really starting Martian to come in and it's time to start swimming out meeting that damn thing so when we get the DVD py now app on my phone just open it pick a workout use the standup I liked that a veterans day that's right a DP wide dot com all of the DWI workouts EP Wide Dot Com. I'm on a like Dallas right now after that cowardly attack a few weeks house page you can do it to start today and remember if you are or have served in the US you know covered and of course in in a very You know punchy type of fashion because we were was you know kind of shut down as a as a changing social force and went and did those movies he goes you know becomes liberace with those crazy suits and singing ballads and then are of course ended up dying how was he able to fight out of you know like the great ones and they weren't great Chris but the thing people don't know as he was by so they were stacking money with those movies hits will they you know as I watch Chris the easier it is for me to believe you know we mentioned the Mike Control that led him there but what what was there somebody that was like a and we talked about the M. K. Ultra mind control the different phases of and it was hard Koran and I really think purpose effing Presley why are you doing this get out there and be the ban as you are forgotten about his movie career and how that basically took him out of circulation then but I was just talking it was and you could see how it was you know if you were gonNA try to knock Elvis out ad was the generation of always just hung and then they he showed up who he really was and he converted movies that did actually big ellison love me tender loving you jailhouse rock king right a hit song and what the movie that he'd be okay that was kind of the idea who's put a song out around him and all the western he did Clam Bake he did change of habit he didn't Colonel Parker turned it down that was the last Straw Colonel Barker wanted for murder probably on the Lam for that really I never tell us that story hiring Parker and what what questions you asked me got us to that I was just asking tells the Parker Story Yeah Colonel Parker Ashley to get to the US it died and he was facing manslaughter charges and he could never get a visa at home but could you imagine how huge that would have been seventy eight elvis in but he couldn't because the parker here.

"larry geller" Discussed on Through the Wire

Through the Wire

11:14 min | 1 year ago

"larry geller" Discussed on Through the Wire

"Why today's episode we're going through the Pacific Division probably one of the more exciting ones we got four five anyways anyways anyways the three Clippers Lakers warriors? Oh Yeah I guess so heavy where you're right. You're right you're right but we got to like these are the real title candidates and then one we know still going to be good but we don't know if they're they're not on that level of other teams that La but but Californians inroads this guy basketball kind of envious of that but we may start should we start off with the Trivia so the first is question comes from Mantis. We ought Derek growth had an iconic fifty point game but why was his career high I before the fifty point game was at thirty nine forty one forty two or forty seven points in a single game forty one forty one for Derek. DOC said they're very confidently Derek. I I like the reviewer they gave him. One against the Lakers forty two for Mike P for it is forty two. You hit that confidence. I liked the cavernous. Is this a little bit of question number two from Cesar cruise which was the last pair of teammates to finish first and second and scorn born was answers and see the crew was Alex English and Kiki Vandeweghe was the MCAS Scottie Pippen what is corrine and clouds wreck slow Osa Russell Westbrook and Kevin going to rant in scorn for single season. Yes one into first and second. What's is an amazing thing. Is Only it only happened once in the current era the sixties and fifties count. I'm sorry I'm sorry anybody that was planning sixties as watching this episode but Westwood Durant Allies Awan Drexler Sular short and pithy Alexander Way. I'M GONNA go with this algorithm. I'm going on the line and cloud. Ok P we were Jordan pimp. Losing you can keep it is Alexander Kiki Vandeweghe and eighty three eighty four or something like that number one and number two. I was looking at season and there's a bunch of names and atop in that. I don't even recognize there was leading the League in scoring so I guess a season the Madison. What's then then lastly of this episode? Allison is cool and Kiki Vandeweghe given people those fans and mess with that Allen Chan which a player has the highest percentage in the history of the league win percentage is calculated by total wins divided by the total number of games played right. Is it AIDS right. Mark Green is a beep Michael. Jordan is as C. Tim Duncan or a D. Choline Linda while while Leonard Conductor Squad Leonard Year has seventy five point thirty seven percent of his gave that crazy said that so many times on the playoffs they'd say K to at least last year they idea and Co winner and the second was Magic Johnson. I didn't even know why Magic Johnson wasn't an option here because he's pretty close seventy three point point nine five percent. Larry was seventy three point five eight and then so pretty close wise guy that and who knows maybe even higher at in this season because the clippers are great so let's talk about the clippers man big offseason for them like one of the most crazy things happen or maybe it was one o'clock in the morning some like that this time when we heard about Kawhi Leonard signing. He's like Oh snap. We finally know at three minutes later after we found out that Paul George is coming with him. I get out of bed winter. My work room recorded a video right there about it because I was in disbelief. That's why the NBA is such a great because something like this that you cannot predict happens asleep when it happened but I woke up like three and I remember looking at it and I was just in Disbelief uh-huh there Paul George was going to because he really just signed his his extension to and I was like wow they're going to be dangerous because they still got most of their core from last year to have all all of Larry. Geller is the only got tomatoes here. She's not there no more but I mean that team was in the playoff hunt for most of the season last year and then it got to the point where the trade deadline. They traded their best player Tobias Harris but they got yes so they fire if you trades arrest player and you get better yeah. I'll say you still pay him. In lieu will definitely Lewis definitely there so they are projected to forty eight games aims which seems a bit low. I think they take it into account. It right management said quals low manager won't be as strict as last year which sisk which is good to hear a clippers game and not see him play exactly we'll be there that he will bob after the first month of the season because he had this shoulder injury but he was just at the core outside of clip from the House of highlights and he was hoping and then he's been in the gym so who knows I'm the speculation about him not being ready for the beginning of the season but regardless even if he miss Su three weeks that team is still good enough to be you know they're looking at what Pat Bay of Landry Shamet then. We have Paul George if he was healthy. Kawai Massara five is crazy the wheel monitor yeah six six or seven man. I liked it. It was exciting. Geologist said we kept looking at the CO Atlanta going to the clippers alone and thinking ain't GonNa how good they can be let alone and Paul George candidate last year and I'm glad you said that how excited and this made basketball because I got this port up in front of me about the NBA pass and the changes ten four stricter measures to free agency tampering rules Yup. We're now the penalty is going up from six million ten million. They'll do random audits where they can take a player's agents and some front office guys phones. They mentioned doing things about guys contact. Another guy traded like the coli they basically because of the alright so because he's new rules being applied we that may have been our last big bang exactly yeah because is at midnight realistically. There's no way players had already had contract signed because that means they were talking before the beginning of the free agency period so we won't get like how some people stay up all night to livestream. The Free Agency period is not gonNA happen that way anymore. We see Timofey Mas signed a one or six so now did they changed the time that people can also propose a banner players communicate with one another to progressive trae from current team seen reaction to win coalisland and approach coach Paul George July to get him on just and fair interesting then Adam Silver said I think it's pointless at the end of the day to have rules that we can't enforce it hurts. The perception of integrity around on a League people say well you have that rule in is that teams aren't fully complying. So why do you even have it. I think the sense in the room was we revisit. Those rules tampering reached a fever pitch during the two thousand nine hundred eighty two c period with nearly every major deal seemingly agreed upon before quickly after the Celtics tampering period began June thirtieth some feels like Kimmel walkers packed with the Boston Celtics and Kyrie Irvings with the Brooklyn Nets report it will before teams. Were even supposed to be able to contact players. There's a big difference between we have conversations about. How team wants to Rosser would've prioritize the free agency and whether they have interesting your player or having a deal on June twenty eight until a watch both sides are an information gathering business. That's the nature of the job and apparently wochit some agent or a the Front Office Yeah Front Office Guy told him that he'll he'll he'll play by the rules until he finds that other people on then go back to none which is what he did with the NBA draft right. We use like they're thinking about drafting this guy. It was something like that but that's very interesting to this. After this off season so like seems like the clippers or people to hit big if fritzy they'd lucked out because next as a class kind of trash so they'd lucked out that this rule was it for this year because who knows how Brooklyn would look if they couldn't talk to carry Irvine before you you know that this thing started so definitely definitely lucked out there but this clippers same super super excited and they're going to be a defensive greedy team PAB AF Santo Santos Gerbil on him one of the best shooters in the league last year his rookie year mattress hair was a dog off the bench that we know alluvial can do too so I'm super excited for this team but we gotta look at positives and negatives. One of the big negatives for them is that they trade a pretty much the entire future for a two years of Paul George winner so if they strike out in those two years for us championship goes both of those players can walk and go try to pursue a somewhere else but I think it's a worthy thing that's right because you have been one of those seams over the laughing stock of the League. When I came amen then you have the whole sterling thing that happened that made it even even worse and they were always. LA's little brother in my still always be Lakers town. Yes it will probably always do you. Lakers town but the clippers can now fight at potentially when it's Yes doc rivers had like a little interview we're talking about the process and he was talking about. I had told them the team wasn't good enough and they needed to get Paul George and do this and that and it's a quote right here they said the Stephen Bomber because apparently kept saying six pigs for Paul. George is a lot and Dogra Rousson keeps and six pitch for Paul. George is insane but a six pigs for Paul Ankle exactly because he wasn't coming without another is is. He looks at it as three for each young anybody who do that so I I think. I think that it's a good risk because I think even if they don't get the temperatures in the new takes two years. I think they'll be awfully close or something happened. I'm I'm sure collide would stay just because it's that. La Town George I don't I don't know L. A. Natives. I think they wanted to stay in in. La and who yeah I think thinking of way they both of them. Leave is like something harassing. You should the bid or somebody even making conference finals dig into it yeah but ah but it seems like both of those guys will be at a jail. Neither wanted a personalities that I too strong and I think it was pretty laid back and quiet. I don't think Oh yeah I don't think anything's really popoff popoff would them to write and then I mean when you look at contract wise I mean they're the top two obviously but then after that I mean you got a little wheels prior to third as a player on teen gene. He's the fifth highest play mom. Mohawk is the one making eleven Patrick Bev making twelve. He's got his money. ZUBEC- is making six. He'll probably be due for a was it already do. ZUBEC- wasn't they. Restrict okay near Montreal. Herald probably get paid but other than that I mean they. They got they got something. Nice outlander champagne sale and his rookie deal. I liked the rookies that they brought in. They didn't bring in anybody..

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"larry geller" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

03:06 min | 1 year ago

"larry geller" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Into this one a lot of that all it takes is a kick one field goal sixty yarder at to win for your team all the sun is his girls on the team if you go into doesn't matter if your team wins who's gonna kick the field goal she can do it why not right yeah but they don't want to get this going to cause a lot of controversy because the just thinking about it it's always you know it there's always controversy when somebody breaks the glass ceiling or or or does something as seven so who's the team assigned her leaving signs well he somebody is that a good field goal kicker which is just about every team the jets really need one do they yeah twenty one bad so the maybe the jets no she was at the eagle's of a practice yeah I don't know I think the eagles have kickers that's right they're pretty reliable yeah I don't know if he makes it in Philly because with the whole not sure she could do it in New York you those are tough cities yeah before you feeling any of us feel is worse is worse I mean you know it she'll make it if she if she hits every field goal she ever kicks much she misses one the one that you can she can hear Nate words and names he never heard our life yeah fans of Philly is very very tough the other tougher than New York but I think it's pretty interesting we'll see what happens if it's gonna even happen so I got a story here couple friends they got when it together in Canada they play the lottery they have been friends for more than fifty years and they always play the Larry Geller here's their story so I guess both of their husbands passed away so they figured they were best friends both of our husbands are gone well we just moved in together will you know keep each other company were best friends what the hell they moved in the roommates and they hit the lottery for two million dollars and I'm not arguing over the money yeah it's two millionth even splices even one for you one for me right so the question is are they still room together with the go buy a nice house and go live you know you would think that if they if they want to keep the room together they buy a nice mansion that way when they're tired of each other you can live on this weighing in on this there's a sitcom Fauria yeah this is the concert away so they went on to get together they greet the split if they want normally these these stories don't turn out like this two and a half million a but the same people who brought you Charlie she live though that the other guy that other guy the guy's name I don't know the other guy exactly would you call it run two.

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"larry geller" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

03:53 min | 2 years ago

"larry geller" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Nineteen sixty nine he was. Gambling a million and a half a day by one account came in. From from Larry Geller so he. Had to come he had to always push all this and pushing and pushing and pushing and it was even in Vegas I mean he'd be there for two. Months and he worked two shows. A night sometimes three seven days a week in an hour twenty five minutes or so and he was the whole show it's, not like you're a bass. Player in a band like, Aerosmith or something or drummer, where if you have an off night everybody else. Can carry you so Oh he is such a high Sch high energy show that he was so tired. By the time he got off. The stage he was about cross eyed and Colonel Parker's just said as long, as we keep doing dates everything will be fine, well you know the the. Uh It started to end badly Elvis started to be in poor health in one, time in particular he was inundate just before he had he. Had to, perform a. Date and escapes me I think it was Saint Louis Saint Louis. No I'm sorry it was, Louisville was Louisville and it was. It was nineteen seventy six and Elvis is in bed almost comatose and he's. Moaning and Dr, neck is, trying to revive him and he's he's dunking his head in, ice water, to try and try and revive him and this is. A quote I'm paraphrasing something you Larry Geller one of Elvis is really good friends had had in. One in a video he said. That, you know Parker comes in. And Larry Geller gets up and he says you. Know they meet face to face and will. Larry this great he's going to see. What what is going on here and you can't let, this go on human. So, he walks, in the, door Closes he's in in bedroom talking to Dr and accomplice, for a, couple of minutes he comes out and he tells Larry. Geller the only thing that matters is it that man is onstage to tonight that's the only thing. That matters turns around walks out So this is what you. Have on your hands and did Elvis perform, at night He did He did even his last concert, is voice never failed him and you look at a guy and, you know. Look it it's easy to look at Elvis in. The condition he was in his last, concert you you're looking at a very sick man and Elvis had a. Birth defect he had a. Twisted colon so, you know here's this guy. Who couldn't this is one of the reasons he wasn't on. A toilet he hadn't had a bowel movement, in weeks which is why he was so loaded up and they discovered that at. The autopsy so we're starting to get into the, cover up which should we go to the country upper yet or I wanna just touch on one more thing, before that and that is we were talking about his work with. The FBI I wanna talk about operation. Fountain pen what was that? All about Well. As I said before in seventy six Elvis was, the biggest tax payer in Tennessee and he was I was almost filed bankruptcy that year he was really in, is really in a bad financial way so his father had seized. His his father had seized his finances. Trying to make him solvent And He hit a. Plane Ellis wanted a bigger and better. Plane that's just kinda the way it. Is you, know I, mean this was a bigger and, better sorta. Guy you, know he didn't have one ring to have. Five it was all this stuff for. Him so who's? Actually so he had. This it was called hound dog. Too he named it hound dog to is the Jetstar and it was one of those first planes and they were selling it in nineteen seventy. Six so he's still. Load I think channel nine hundred thousand dollars or..

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"larry geller" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

04:20 min | 2 years ago

"larry geller" Discussed on KGO 810

"He was gambling million and a. Half a day by one account that came in from from Larry Geller so he had to come he had to always push all of us and pushing and pushing. And pushing and it was even. In Vegas I mean he'd be there for two months and he worked two, shows a night sometimes three seven days a week in, an hour and twenty five. Minutes or so and he was the whole show it's not like you're a bass. Player in a band like Aerosmith or something. Or a drummer where if you have an off night. Everybody else can carry you. So he had such a high Sch high energy. Show that he was, so tired by. The time he got off the stage he was about cross eyed and Colonel Parker's just said as long as we keep doing dates everything will. Be fine well you know the The the it started to end badly Elvis started. To be in poor health in one time in particular he was in. A date just before he had he, had, a day. Here to perform a date and escapes me. Anyways I think Saint Louis was saying Louis no I'm sorry I was Louisville those Louisville and it was it was nineteen. Seventy six, and Elvis, is in bed almost coma toast and he's moaning indoctrinate is trying to. Revive him and he's he's, dunking is head. An ice water to try, and to try and revive him and this is a. Quote I'm paraphrasing something Larry, Geller one of Elvis really good friends had headset in one, in a, video he said that you know Parker. Comes, in and. Labor Geller gets up and he says you know they meet face. To face and Neil Larry this great he's going to, see what what is. Going, on here, and You can't let this, go on it's. Human so he walks in, the door closes he's in in the bedroom talking to. Dr and accomplice, for a, couple of minutes he comes out and he tells Larry Geller, the only, thing that matters is it that man. Is, onstage to. Tonight that's the only thing that matters turns around walks out So this is what you have on your. Hands and did Elvis performed. That night he did he did even his. Last concert is voiced never failed him, and then you look at a guy in you know look it it's easy to. Look at Elvis in the condition he was. In his last concert he here looking at a very sick man and. Elvis had a birth defect he had a, twisted colon So you know here's this guy who couldn't. This is one of the reasons wasn't. On a toilet he hadn't? Had a bowel movement in weeks which is why he was so loaded up and? They discovered. That at the autopsy so we're starting to, get into cover. Up which should we go to the country, upper yet, or I. Want to just touch on one more thing before. That and that is we were. Talking about his work with the FBI I wanna talk about operation fountain ban. What was that all about Well as I. Said before in seventy six Elvis was the, biggest tax payer in Tennessee and he was I, was Frazee almost filed bankruptcy that year he was really in is, really in a bad financial way so his father had seized his. His father had seized his finances trying. To make him solvent and He hit a plane l. is wanted a bigger and better plane that's just. Kinda the way it is you know I mean all this. Was a bigger and better sorta. Guy you know he didn't have one ring yeah to have five But for him so wish I so he. Had this it was called hound dog too he named it hound chose. Jetstar and it was one of those first planes and they, were selling, it, in nineteen seventy six so he's still load. I think, nine hundred thousand dollars or something some, astronomical amount. Of money and his father had this thing for sale you got contacted. By a. Man named Frederick pro in Frederick throw said look I'll buy the plane for what you want he said but you're..

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"larry geller" Discussed on WLAC

WLAC

06:23 min | 2 years ago

"larry geller" Discussed on WLAC

"Perform, a date an escaped me anyways I think it was Saint Louis. I think it was saying, no I'm sorry it was Louisville. Was Louisville and it was it. Was nineteen seventy six and Elvis is in. Bed almost coma toes and, he's moaning in Dr neck is trying to revive him and, he's he's, dunking is head in ice water to. Try, and try. And revive him and this is a quote I'm paraphrasing something you Larry Geller one of. Elvis is really good friends had, headset in one in a. Video he said that you know Parker comes in. And liberty Geller gets off and he says you know they meet face. To face and Neil Larry this great. He's going to, see what what is going on here, and you can't let. This, go Wanton human. So he walks in the door closes he's. In in the, bedroom talking, to Dr and accomplish for a couple of minutes he comes, out and, he tells Larry Geller the only thing. That, matters is. It that man is onstage tonight that's the only thing that matters turns around walks out So this is what you have on your hands and did Elvis perform. At night he did he did even. His last concert has voice never failed, him you look at a guy in you know look it it's easy to look. At Elvis in the condition he was in. His last concert he here looking at a very sick man and. Elvis had a birth defect he had a, twisted colon So you know here's this guy who couldn't this is one of the, reasons he wasn't on the toilet he. Hadn't had a bowel movement in weeks which is why he was so loaded up? And they. Discovered that. At the autopsy so we're starting, to get into. The cover up which should we, go to, the covering. Upper yet or I want wanna just touch on. One more thing before that and. That is we were talking about his work with the FBI I I wanna. Talk about operation fountain pen What was that all about Well as I, said before in seventy six Elvis was the, biggest tax payer in Tennessee and he was that was. Almost filed bankruptcy that year he was really in is really. In a bad financial way so his father had seized his father had seized his finances. Trying to make him solving And He hit a. Plane Ellis wanted a bigger and better. Plane that's just kind of the way it. Is you, know I, mean this was a bigger and, better sorta. Guy you, know he didn't have one ring to have. Five it was like, so but for. Him so I wish I. Could so he had. This it was called hound dog. Too he named it hound dog to Jetstar and it. Was it was one of those first planes and they were selling it and nineteen seventy. Six so he's still. Own I, think channel nine hundred thousand dollars or. Something some astronomical amount of money and his father had this thing for. Sale you got contacted by a man named Frederick pro in Frederick pro, said Look I'll. Buy the, plane for what you want he said but. You're going to have, to remortgage here's. A way where you can. Make more than what. The planes worse he said remortgage. The plane plus borrow more for the for the the. Necessary renovations do it because it's a little outdated now and he said I'll take the. Plane and then I'll. Just give you checks well here's for here support. Vernon Presley who just got out shy stirred they took he went in. Hawk for double what the plane was worth the guy took the plane The checks never came He has the plane the. Presley's have no money so here. Comes the FBI investigation, so the, FBI Elvis of course he's good friends of the f. b. i. so he gets the FBI involved to get these people. Come to find out this is an international mob ring that has been doing things like this around the globe for. Better than five years they've. Been watching this, guy so, this is you know here, we are with Elvis would there with the. FBI here's in Vegas They're trying. To find out if this person this. Frederick pro is tied into. The people in Vegas which was. Which was the other, side of, the investigation so all of this is going on in the weeks preceding Elvis Presley's odd very odd demise so so Vernon. And Elvis are asked by the FBI to take part in the sting operation to nab these guys correct absolutely so. Like I said Elvis Presley. Died mysteriously days, before he, was going to turn states, evidence in this airplanes thing so he had It's just incredible. You know by By seventy, seven He had managed to fish, off the, mob his manager. The federal government he was writing people out. Of his will he was firing people or, letting them go he he was breaking up. With his, girlfriend I, mean you know you get to the point where there are more people that wanted this guy. Dead than life he managed to piss. Off almost everybody, it, was. Incredible really right you have all of this beehive of angst around this guy who mysteriously ends up that the the people in Graceland the extended family that we're basically just sort of backbiters backstabbers and leeches living off of his avails Vernon was trying to cut them out because again he was trying. To get Elvis's finances in order and. So there were, some, people. That were let go inside the Memphis mafia that now all of a sudden you know they have kind of a they've got a motive here a lot of motives Elvis Presley's father was divorcing his wife the Stanley And his his boys were of. Course raised with with l this and now we have to change the will because Elvis has to.

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"larry geller" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

03:47 min | 2 years ago

"larry geller" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Nine he was gambling a. Million and a half a day by one account they came in. From quote from Larry Geller so. He had to come he had to always push Elvis and pushing and pushing and pushing and it was even in Vegas I mean he'd be there for two months. And he worked two shows a. Night sometimes three seven days a week in an hour and twenty five, minutes or so and he was the whole show, it's not like your bass. Player in a band like Aerosmith or something or a drummer where. If you have enough night, everybody else can carry you so he had such. A high Sch high Energy show. That he was so tired by the time he got off stage he. Was about cross eyed and Colonel Parker's just said as long as we. Keep doing dates everything will be fine well you know the the it started badly Elvis started to be in poor. Health in, one. Time in particular he was inundate just before he. Had it here today here to perform a date escapes. Me anyways I think it was Saint Louis Saint Louis no. I'm sorry it was Louisville. Those Louisville and it was it was nineteen seventy six and Elvis. Is in bed almost comatose and. He's moaning in Docker Nick is trying to revive him and he's he's dunking his head in ice water to try and to try and revive him and this is. A quote I'm paraphrasing something you. Larry Geller one of Elvis is really good friends had had in one in a video he said that you know Parker, comes in and gets up. And he says you know they meet face Face and this is, great he's going to see. What what is going on here and you, can't let. This go on it's an human so he walks in the door closes. He's in in bedroom talking, to Dr and accomplice for a. Couple of minutes he comes out and he tells Larry Geller the only thing. That matters is, that that, man is unstaged tonight that's the, only thing that, matters turns, around walks out So this is what you have on your hands did Elvis perform that night he. Did he did. Even his last concert has voiced never, failed him and then you look at a guy in you know look it's. Easy to look at Elvis in the condition. He was in his last concert you you're looking at a very. Sick man and Elvis had a birth defect, twisted colon So, you know here's this guy who couldn't this is one of the. Reasons he wasn't on the toilet he. Hadn't had a bowel movement? In, weeks which is why, he was, so loaded up and they discovered the entity autopsy so, we're starting to get into the cover. Up which should we go to the country upper yes or. I wanna just touch on one more thing before that and that is we were talking about. His work with the FBI I wanna talk about operation. Fountain ban what was that? All about. Well as. I said before seventy six Elvis, was the biggest. Tax payer in Tennessee and he I was, almost filed, bankruptcy, that year he was really in is really in. A bad financial way so his father, had seized his father had seized his finances trying to make him solve them and He hit a plane Ellis wanted a bigger, and better plane that's just kind of. The way it is you know I mean this was a. Bigger and better sorta guy you know he didn't have one, ring you had to have five myself Itself but for. Him so wish actually so he had this. It was called hound dog too he named it hound dog to is. The Jetstar and it was one of those first planes and, they were, selling, it in nineteen seventy six so he's still, own I think nine hundred thousand dollars..

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"larry geller" Discussed on  News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

04:06 min | 2 years ago

"larry geller" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"In nineteen sixty nine he was gambling a million. And a half a day. By one account and that came in from quote from Larry Geller. So he had to come he. Had to always push Elvis and pushing and pushing and pushing and it was even in Vegas I mean he'd be there. For two months and he worked two shows and night sometimes three seven days a week In an hour and twenty five minutes or so and he was the. Whole show, it's. Not like you're a bass player in a band. Like Aerosmith or something or drummer where if you have an off night. Everybody else can carry you so he has such. A high Sch high energy. Show and he was so tired by the time he got off, the stage he was about cross. Eyed and, Colonel Parker's just said as long as we keep doing dates everything will be fine, well you know the The it started to. Badly Elvis started to be, in poor health in one time. In particular he was inundate just. Before he had he had to. Perform a date an escaped, me and it was I think it was Saint Louis Saint, Louis no, I'm sorry it was Louisville was Louisville. And it was it was nineteen seventy six and Elvis is in bed almost comatose and he's moaning in Dr neck is trying to revive him and. He's he's dunking is head in. Ice water to try and it's a train revive him and this is a, quote I'm paraphrasing something you Larry Geller one of, Elvis is really good friends. Had headset in one video he said that you know, Parker comes in and liberty Geller gets off and he says you know. They meet face to face and Neil. Larry great is going to see what what is going, on here and you. Can't, let this, go Wanton human so he walks in. The door closes he's in in. The bedroom talking, to Dr, and accomplished for a couple of minutes he comes out and, he tells, Larry Geller the only thing that matters. Is it that man is onstage to tonight that's the only thing that matters turns around walks out So this is what you have on your hands and did Elvis. Performance night he did he did even. His last concert is voice never failed, them and the you look at a guy in you know look it's easy to. Look at Elvis in the condition he was. In his last concert he here looking at a very sick man and. Elvis had a birth defect he had a, twisted colon So you know here's this guy who couldn't this is. One of the reasons he wasn't on. A toilet he hadn't had a bowel movement in weeks which is why he. Was so. Loaded up. And they discovered that at the, autopsy so we're. Starting to get into the cover up which, should we, go, to the coverage yet or I wanna just touch. On one more thing before that. And that is we were talking about his work with the FBI I wanna. Talk about operation fountain pen What was that all about Well as I, said before in seventy six Elvis was the, biggest tax payer in Tennessee and he was Elvis Presley. Almost filed bankruptcy that year he was really in is really. In a bad financial way so, his father had seized his his father had seized his. Finances trying to make himself And He hit a plane l. wanted a bigger and better. Plane that's just kind of the way it. Is you, know I, mean this was a bigger and, better sorta. Guy you, know he didn't have one reunion to have. Five it was, like so for. Him so I wish I. Could so he had. This it was called hound dog. Too he named it hound dog to it was the Jetstar and it was one of those first planes and they were selling it in nineteen seventy. Six so he's still. Own I think channel nine hundred thousand dollars or..

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"larry geller" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

04:19 min | 2 years ago

"larry geller" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Half a day by one account came in from from Larry Geller so he had to come he had to always push Elvis and push him and push him and. Push him and it was even. In Vegas I mean he'd be there for two months and he worked two shows a night. Sometimes three seven days a week, in an hour and twenty. Five minutes or so and he was the whole show it's not like you're a. Bass player in a band like Aerosmith or. Something or original work if you have an off night. Everybody else can carry you. So he has such a high Sch high energy. Show that he was, so tired by. The time he got off the stage he was about cross eyed and Colonel Parker's just said as long. As we keep doing dates everything will be. Fine well you know the the It started badly Elvis started to be in poor health in one time. In particular he was inundate just before he. Had, had a. Day here to perform a date escapes me anyway I think it was. Saint Louis Saint Louis no I'm sorry it was Louisville was Louisville and it was it was nineteen. Seventy six, Elvis is in bed almost coma toast and he's moaning and Dr neck is trying. To revive him and he's, he's dunking his head, in ice. Water to try, and to try and revive him and this. Is a quote I'm paraphrasing, something you Larry Geller one of Elvis really good friends had, headset in, one video he said that you know. Parker, comes in and labor Geller gets up and he says you know they meet face to face and meal. Larry this great is. Going to see what what is going on here and, you can't let this. Go, on it's human so He walks in. The door closes he's in, in the bedroom talking to Dr and accomplished for a couple, of minutes, he comes out and he tells Larry. Geller, the only thing that matters is it that man is onstage tonight that's the only thing that matters turns. Around walks. Out So this is. What you have on your hands and did Elvis performance night he did he did even his last. Concert is voiced never failed him, and then you look at a guy and you know look it it's easy to. Look at Elvis in the condition he was. In his last concert he here looking at a very sick man. And Elvis had a birth defect in a, twisted colon So you know here's this guy who couldn't this is one. Of the reasons wasn't on a toilet. He hadn't had a bowel? Movement in weeks which is why he was so loaded up and they discovered. That at. The autopsy. So we're starting to get into, the cover up. Which should we go to the country upper yet or, I want. To just touch on one more thing before that. And that is we were talking. About his work with the FBI I wanna talk about operation fountain pen what was that all about Well as I said before in seventy six Elvis, was the biggest tax payer in Tennessee and he, was that was almost filed bankruptcy that year he was really in, is really in a bad financial way so his father had seized. His father had seized his finances trying. To make him solving and He hit a plane Ellis wanted a bigger and. Better plane that's just kind of the way it is you know what I mean all this It was a. Bigger and better sorta. Guy you know he didn't have one. Reunion have five it was like so but. For him so I wish? I could So he had this it was called. Hound dog too he. Named it hound dog to is the Jetstar and. It was one of those first planes and they were selling it in. Nineteen seventy six so he's still own I think channel nine hundred thousand dollars or something some astronomical, amount of. Money and, his father had the same for sale. Got contacted by a, man named Frederick. Pro in Frederick throw said Look I'll buy the plane for what you, want but you're going to have..

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"larry geller" Discussed on WLAC

WLAC

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"larry geller" Discussed on WLAC

"Listen on your smartphone with the iheartradio app Steve share with me and us if, you could a quick. Story about the extent to, which Colonel Tom Parker drove Elvis almost to the. Grave the way he worked him there's a terrible story of Elvis being so tired he was practically unconscious Well it was almost entertainers servitude it got to the point where. Nothing manager, Colonel. Parker except that paycheck he probably I guess it. Was probably one of the most agenda gamblers anybody's ever seen you know at a time when most people were making. Fifty eight hundred dollars a. Week back in nineteen sixty nine I'm sorry fifty eight hundred dollars a year in nineteen sixty nine he, was gambling a. Million and a half a day by one account that came in from quote from Larry Geller so he had to come he had to always push this and push. Him and push in push him. And it was you know even in Vegas I mean he'd be there for two months and he. Worked two shows a night sometimes three seven days a week in an hour and twenty five minutes or so and he was the whole show it's. Not like you're a bass. Player in a band like Aerosmith or something or. Or a drummer were If. You have, an off night everybody else can carry you so he has such a high high energy show then he was so tired by the time he got off. The stage he was about cross. Eyed and Colonel Parker's just said as long as we keep doing dates everything will be fine well the The it started the hen badly Elvis started to be in poor health in one, time in particular he was date just before he had a. Day here, to.

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"larry geller" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

WAFS Biz 1190

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"larry geller" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

"Don't have anything keep you posted on until monday when we say all good fingers crossed because i really feel hopeful anymore because i'm just confused about how government works hey why we're talking about being confused about how government works let's talk about local government for just a second because mayor bottoms has now named a search committee to help her fill the cabinet posts for city of atlanta and i find this almost almost as confusing as the government shutdown so and look maybe i'm going to be honest here i haven't followed city politics this closely in the past so and mayor reid was mayor for two terms so he didn't have to do this however many years ago when he got his reluctance for the second time he may have done it when he got elected the first time maybe all mayors do this i don't know but she brought together a a commission of fourteen executives to head up the search for seven cabinet positions seems to me like instead of taking the time to vet fourteen executives too beyond the commission he could have just gone straight to the seven commissioners and better them i don't get it but this is classic government waste like once again really i do understand having boards and decisions but also when some of us have been thought about prior to the election i don't if you're so confused i don't get it barricades other some really impressive people on the list of these executives who are going to help keep lance bottoms select her her cabinet people but so for example david abney the chairman and ceo of ups yes along with carol till may the chief financial officer and executive vice president at the home depot there and the by the way two executives for one cabinet positions so they've divided this up so two executives are teaming up together to help that the one person for the cabinet positions those two david abney and care also mayor are going to be working on finding the general manager of hartsfieldjackson atlanta international airport douglas hurd sees the chairman and ceo of united distributors and shan cooper chief transformation officer at west rock will be looking for the chief procurement officer larry geller said from cousins properties vicky palmer from coca cola bill roger from suntrust virginia hafner from the.

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"larry geller" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

WAFS Biz 1190

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"larry geller" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

"All good fingers crossed because i really feel hopeful anymore because i'm just confused about how government works hey why we're talking about being confused about how government works let's talk about local government for just a second because mayor bottoms has now named a search committee to help her fill the cabinet posts for city of atlanta and i find this almost almost as confusing as the government shutdown so and look maybe i'm going to be honest here i haven't followed city politics this closely in the past so and mayor reid was mayor for two terms so he didn't have to do this how many years ago when he got his reelected for the second time he may have done it when he got elected the first time maybe all mayors do this i don't know but she's a brought together a a commission of fourteen executives to head up the search for seven cabinet positions seems to me like instead of taking the time to vet fourteen executives to beyond the commission he could have just gone straight to the seven commissioners and better them i don't get it but this is classic government waste like once again really i do understand having boards and decisions but also what some of us have been thought about prior to the election i don't if you're atoms so confused i don't get it they case other some really impressive people on the list of these executives who are going to help keep lance bottoms as the left her her cabinet people so for example david abney the chairman and ceo of ups along with carol made a chief financial officer and executive vice president at the home depot there by the way two executives for one cabinet position so they've divided this up so two executives are teaming up together to help that the one person for the cabinet positions of those two david abney carol to mayor are going to be working on finding the general manager of hartsfieldjackson atlanta international airport douglas hurd sees the chairman and ceo of united distributors and shan cooper chief transformation officer at west rock will be looking for the chief procurement officer larry geller said from presence properties vicky palmer from cocacola bill roger from suntrust virginia hafner from the arts center keith parker my bud he used to run marta catherine ross from.

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