Monday, April 4, 2016

It Is Not An Urban Legend As Most Howard Stern but Ducks Would Like To Goose. It Really Happened And It Was Worse Than Any Person Would Have Believed As Now Its Just A National Saying. But I Say To Rio Linda High School And My Children Their Friends And Margo For The Full Grip, So Was The Hand Signed By My Father.

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as I listen the calm before the storm is a classic introduction to the thermal chill Lee of long song,
scene to found is the tack of Opera to Rio Linda touchdown,
the liter board on what was drowning as High School and Elementary Pop to the actual living,
this particular Miss Stir on the Hiss Tore Read bravo`d in constant on that Harp of string,
embracing the taste of specific may this be the scope to wash the come.

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the beer guts to talk a shoe,
lace sing with time charges tacks bridle to that rein back in the day,
from the San Francisco Mounted Police in Golden Gate Park I speak dues.

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an that instrument of language to the constant Toothbrush as the pass Sing to done,
hoarse on the Fax is the People of Today on ABC, NBC and CBS,
a topper of Sarah Palin and the rid dull dial lens of a list to invite Hi School.

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stride done by the radio Still??,
barrow over to the division on the Town,
San Francisco back in the 60's of the Decade that Haight & Ashbury parade,
all that did the Coyote to the smash in of years on the KISS.

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still bourne on the Hooves is the Cinch??,
the Girth??,
the playing Card games on Polite??,
a roo be Read slip per the Whisp of Hey there??,
or is Hay Now??,
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yet whom is the tick Kit to that clean say??,
is it ignorance that shoulders the package to that everlast on the Framm??,
an in Gin's garage to the coca-cola or the Pep SEE??,
wise is the math to the Matter at Hand??

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that measure of the pot to the Mire,
mirrors of the Sun glasses with that Haight Ashbury to the Concert in the Park,
Polo Fields,
the obvious on the Strength,
the undeniable Parents of my life by knowing the stretch of the dawning of Aquarius.

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is that just jealousy that now con Corks the available to the loving what I knew??,
is it the suffer edge of the cliff notes on the Blue Chips to that 815 Bowel boa to said Snake,
what is the education to this daze on computer age??,
get a tweet lay the sheet and spill a bean on the curdled milk to Facebooks ran Sum of the knight??,
how on earth is are the toads meant to shore should the drowning have begun with a ransom of Rush & Stern being Fowl??,
journey these days and the words have no presents but the past of the lean^kneeing to the Tot,
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that Aids on the lunge of a new ankle stall as the brae??

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creeks to River the pan Dim Mic. has such crushing suffocation on his Mind,
Ann Coulter to the left and that look alike spline^kneeing on the Rite??,
is it now the Movie 'Lets Be Cops'??,
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that dinner on the Teams has grown to the Over bang on my said.

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that constant on the piece work of normal today is as dangerous as listening to the radio backwards,
to even listen this moment 10:49 AM on April 4th, 2016 to Rush Limbaugh horrifies my ears,
as this change of voice vernacular to the calm in the middle of the storm??,
or is it just the Howard Stern now on the wearing out of the now needs a purple pill to staff^Fin??,
wonder breeze on those unsatisfied collars of strangling to the now chain and boo hoo hoo.

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that deep throttle on the deep throat of Wares,
interestingly the burr grr comes,
it just so happens that coin of graduation corks to those that have to Steer in private sees,
so why bother to not just do as I was taught as a kid from the San Francisco Police Department in Sixth Grade when that boon of a strapper was loose in the Bay Area,
for on the stride of life that is the last school of design to How to be a person and not a horror,
this is not a plea as I leave that to the big boomers Glenn Beck in edition to the strippers Rush&Stern.

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the code of conduit to this continual silence on schooling,
although I have Men Shinned by Photograph to the not theory but the Secure.

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left on the rite is more like Liev but at least I am honest and not a grind bop per to streakers and sliced.

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    And I'll try not to sing out of key.
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    I get high with a little help from my friends,
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    What do I do when my love is away.
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    Could it be anybody
    I want somebody to love.
    Would you believe in a love at first sight,
    Yes I'm certain that it happens all the time.
    What do you see when you turn out the light,
    I can't… Full lyrics on Google Play

    The Odd Couple Now Starring Perry And Lennon Thursday Nights at 8:30 on CBS!!

    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    This article is about the 1965 Broadway play. For other uses, see Odd Couple.
    For the 1968 film based on the play, see The Odd Couple (film).
    The Odd Couple
    Written byNeil Simon
    Date premiered1965
    Place premieredUnited States
    Original languageEnglish
    The Odd Couple is a play by Neil Simon. Following its premiere on Broadway in 1965, the characters were revived in a successful1968 film and 1970s television series, as well as other derivative works and spin-offs. The plot concerns two mismatchedroommates: the neat, uptight Felix Ungar and the slovenly, easygoing Oscar Madison. Simon adapted the play in 1985 to feature a pair of female roommates (Florence Ungar and Olive Madison) in The Female Odd Couple. An updated version of the 1965 show appeared in 2002 with the title Oscar and Felix: A New Look at the Odd Couple.


    Sources vary as to the origins of the play. In Danny Simon's obituary in The Washington Post, Adam Bernstein wrote that the idea for the play came from his divorce. "Mr. Simon had moved in with a newly single theatrical agent named Roy Gerber in Hollywood, and they invited friends over one night. Mr. Simon botched the pot roast. The next day, Gerber told him: "Sweetheart, that was a lovely dinner last night. What are we going to have tonight?" Mr. Simon replied: "What do you mean, cook you dinner? You never take me out to dinner. You never bring me flowers."[1] Danny Simon wrote a partial first draft of the play, but then handed over the idea to Neil.[1]
    However, in the Mel Brooks biography It's Good to Be the King, author James Robert Parish claims that the play came about after Simon observed Brooks, in a separation from his first wife, living with writer Speed Vogel for three months. Vogel later wrote that Brooks had insomnia, "a brushstroke of paranoia," and "a blood-sugar problem that kept us a scintilla away from insanity."

    Boston tryout[edit]

    Simon credited Boston critic Elliot Norton with helping him develop the final act of the play.[2] Norton practiced drama criticism when the relationship between the regional critic and playwrights whose shows were undergoing tryouts in their towns were not as adversarial as they were to become.
    Appearing on the public television show Eliott Norton Reviews, during Simon's conversation with the critic, Elliott said that the play went "flat" in its final act.[3] As it appeared originally in Boston, the characters the Pigeon Sisters did not appear in the final act.[4]
    Simon told the Boston Globe:
    He invited one of the stars and the writer. He loved the play and gave it a wonderful review but he said the third act was lacking something. On the show he said, 'You know who I missed in the third act was the Pigeon Sisters,' and it was like a light bulb went off in my head. It made an enormous difference in the play. I rewrote it and it worked very well. I was so grateful to Elliot ... Elliot had such a keen eye. I don't know if he saved the play or not, but he made it a bigger success.[5]

    Plot overview[edit]

    Felix Ungar, a neurotic, neat freak newswriter (a photographer in the television series), is thrown out by his wife, and moves in with his friend Oscar Madison, a slovenlysportswriter. Despite Oscar's problems – careless spending, excessive gambling, a poorly kept house filled with spoiled food – he seems to enjoy life. Felix, however, seems utterly incapable of enjoying anything and only finds purpose in pointing out his own and other people's mistakes and foibles. Even when he tries to do so in a gentle and constructive way, his corrections and suggestions prove extremely annoying to those around him. Oscar, his closest friend, feels compelled to throw him out after only a brief time together, though he quickly realizes that Felix has had a positive effect on him.
    The play and the film both spell Felix's name Ungar, while the television series spells it Unger.
    Felix and the Pigeon Sisters.


    • Oscar Madison: A slovenly, recently divorced sportswriter.
    • Felix Ungar: A fastidious, hypochondriac newswriter whose marriage is ending.
    • Murray: A NYPD policeman, one of Oscar and Felix's poker buddies.
    • Speed: One of the poker buddies. Gruff and sarcastic, often picking on Vinnie and Murray.
    • Vinnie: One of the poker buddies. Vinnie is mild-mannered and henpecked, making him an easy target for Speed's verbal barbs.
    • Roy: One of the poker buddies. Oscar's accountant. Roy has a dry wit but is less acerbic than Speed.
    • Cecily and Gwendolyn Pigeon: Oscar and Felix's giggly upstairs neighbors, a pair of English sisters. The former is a divorcée, the latter a widow.


    Walter Matthau and Art Carney in the 1965 production.
    The Odd Couple premiered on Broadway at the Plymouth Theatre on March 10, 1965 and transferred to the Eugene O'Neill Theatrewhere it closed on July 2, 1967 after 964 performances and two previews. Directed by Mike Nichols, the cast starred Walter Matthau as Oscar Madison and Art Carney as Felix Ungar.[6] The production gained Tony Awards for Walter Matthau, Best Actor (Play), Best Author (Play), Best Direction of a Play, and Best Scenic Design (Oliver Smith), and was nominated for Best Play.[6]
    Matthau was replaced with Jack Klugman, starting in November 1965 and later Pat Hingle, starting in February 1966.[6] Carney was replaced with Eddie Bracken starting in October 1965[6] and later Paul Dooley.[7]

    Stage revivals[edit]

    In 1970, the McMaster Shakespearean Players performed The Odd Couple with Martin Short as Felix, Eugene Levy as Oscar, and Dave Thomas as Murray – before any of these performers were famous.
    In 1994, a version of the play moved to Glasgow and toured Scotland, starring Gerard Kelly as Felix, Craig Ferguson as Oscar and Kate Anthony as Gwendolyn Pigeon. Kelly reprised the role of Felix at the 2002 Edinburgh Fringe, opposite Andy Gray.
    In 1996, Klugman and Tony Randall reprised their roles from the TV series for a three-month run at the Theatre Royal in HaymarketLondon.[8] The production was an effort to raise money to support Randall's National Actors Theatre. (Klugman had previously played Oscar in London opposite Victor Spinetti as Felix.)
    In a 1997 issue of Premiere MagazineBilly Crystal and Robin Williams announced a possible stage revival, in anticipation of success of their film Fathers' Day. When that film failed at the box office, the Crystal-Williams revival was quickly forgotten.
    Also in 1997, a tour of the US and Canada was mounted by Troupe America and Lake Pepin Players starring Jamie Farr as Oscar, William Christopher as Felix, and William Richard Rogers as Murray. The production was directed by Curt Wollan.
    In 2001, "Wheel of Fortune" host Pat Sajak and Hawaii TV News anchor Joe Moore (Sajak's Viet Nam roommate and close friend) played Felix and Oscar at the Hawaii Theatre Center as a benefit for Hawaii's Manoa Valley Theater.
    In 2002, Simon wrote an updated version of The Odd Couple, titled Oscar and Felix: A New Look at the Odd Couple. This version incorporated updated references and elements into the original storyline. This production ran at the Geffen Playhouse (Los Angeles) from June 2002 to July 21, 2002 with a cast that starred Gregory Jbara (Vinnie ), John Larroquette (Oscar), Joe Regalbuto (Felix) and María Conchita Alonso (Ynes) and was directed by Peter Bonerz.[9] The revival opened on Broadway at The Brooks Atkinson Theatre on October 27, 2005, and closed on June 4, 2006 after 249 performances. Matthew Broderick and Nathan Lane played Felix and Oscar, respectively.[10][11] Lane was replaced for three performances in January 2006 due to illness by Brad Garrett who had previously played Murray.[12]
    A reading featuring Ethan Hawke and Billy Crudup was staged at the Cherry Lane Theatre on January 9, 2011.[13]
    A Venezuelan production appeared at the Trasnocho Cultural Theater in 2009. It was Directed by Armando Alvarez and featured Armando Cabrera (Oscar), Luigi Sciamanna (Felix), Juan Carlos Ogando (Richard), Alezander Slorzano (Murray), Alexandra Malave (Clementina), and Stephanie Cardone (Cecilia).
    The all-female Takarazuka Revue Company performed the show under the title Okashi-na Futari (おかしな二人?) in September 2011 in TakarazukaJapan. It starred Yu Todorokias Oscar and Misa Noeru as Felix.[14]
    In 2011, Cezary Żak and Artur Barciś (popular actors from the Polish hit TV series Ranczo) performed as Oscar and Felix in Dziwna Para, a Polish rendition of The Odd Couple.The play was performed in the U.S and in Toronto, Canada and received good reviews.
    In 2013, The Dallas Theater Center performed a revival of The Odd Couple that was directed by Kevin Moriarty.

    Female version[edit]

    In 1985, Neil Simon revised The Odd Couple for a female cast. The Female Odd Couple was based on the same story line and same lead characters, now called Florence Ungar and Olive Madison. The poker game became Trivial Pursuit with their friends becoming the girlfriends: Mickey, Sylvie, Vera, and Renee. The Pigeon sisters became the Costazuela brothers, Manolo and Jesus.
    The Female Odd Couple opened on Broadway at the Broadhurst Theatre on June 11, 1985, and closed on February 23, 1986, after 295 performances and nine previews. Directed by Gene Saks the cast starred Sally Struthers and Rita Moreno as Florence (Felix) and Olive (Oscar), with Lewis J. Stadlen and Tony Shalhoub (in his Broadway debut) as the Costazuela brothers.[15][16]
    A London production of this version ran at the Apollo Theatre in 2001 and starred Paula Wilcox (Florence) and Jenny Seagrove (Olive).[17][18][19]

    Film and TV adaptations[edit]

    Neil Simon sold film and TV rights to Paramount Pictures in 1967. Paramount produced two films and three TV series based upon the play. Rights are now split between Paramount and CBS, the result of Paramount owner Viacom's purchase of and eventual spinoff from the latter company.

    1968 film[edit]

    Main article: The Odd Couple (film)
    In 1968, The Odd Couple was made into a highly successful film starring Jack Lemmon as Felix and Walter Matthau (once more) as Oscar. Most of the script from the play is the same, although the setting is expanded: instead of taking place entirely in Oscar's apartment, some scenes take place at various outside locations. The film was also written by Simon (who was nominated for an Academy Award) and was directed by Gene Saks.
    In 1998, Jack Lemmon and Walter Matthau reprised their roles for the film The Odd Couple II, produced by Neil Simon.

    1970–1975 ABC sitcom[edit]

    The success of the film was the basis for 114 episodes of the 1970–75 ABC television sitcom, starring Tony Randall as Felix and Jack Klugman as Oscar. Klugman was familiar with the role as he had replaced Walter Matthau in the original Broadway run. Neil Simon originally disapproved of this adaptation, but by the series' final season, he reassessed the show positively to the point of appearing in a cameo role.
    Randall and Klugman also reunited in 1993 for a made-for-TV reunion film based upon the series. The movie was initially broadcast on CBS on September 24, 1993. Robert Klane was the writer and director, with a cast that included Barbara Barrie as Felix's wife, Penny Marshall as Myrna and Dick Van Patten. The throat-cancer surgery that Jack Klugman (Oscar) had is written into the script, when Felix (Tony Randall) stays with Oscar and helps with his rehabilitation.[20]

    1975 ABC cartoon[edit]

    Main article: The Oddball Couple
    In the fall of 1975, ABC aired a cartoon version of the play entitled The Oddball Couple, produced by Paramount and DePatie-Freleng Enterprises. The roles were played by a cat and dog named Spiffy and Fleabag.

    1982–1983 ABC sitcom[edit]

    Main article: The New Odd Couple
    In 1982, ABC aired a new version of the series, entitled The New Odd Couple. Produced by Garry Marshall, the premise of the new version has two black actors, Ron Glass as Felix and Demond Wilson as Oscar. The New York Times reviewer noted "What may be surprising is how little the spine of the show has changed. The dialogue has been updated a little, but the plots are essentially the same. The New Odd Couple bounces along nicely. It adds nothing new to the craft of situation comedy, but it does provide employment and a good showcase for talented black actors, who generally don't have an easy time of it on television these days."[21] This new version was not successful and was canceled after just 13 episodes.

    2015 CBS sitcom[edit]

    In December 2013, it was announced that Matthew Perry would be starring in, co-writing, and executive-producing a remake of The Odd Couple. The multi-camera comedy premiered on February 19, 2015 on CBS.[22] Perry stars as Oscar while Thomas Lennon stars as Felix. The show also features Wendell Pierce as Teddy, Oscar's agent, Yvette Nicole Brown as Dani, Oscar's assistant, Dave Foley as Roy (a holdover from the original play), and Leslie Bibb and Lindsay Sloane as Casey and Emily (taking over for the Pigeon sisters).[23][24][25][26][27]

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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
CitySacramento, California
Broadcast areaSacramento and Stockton, California
BrandingNewsRadio KFBK 1530 AM
SloganSacramento's Only 24-Hour News, Weather and Traffic Station
Frequency1530 kHz (also on HD Radio)
First air dateFebruary 2, 1922
Power50,000 watts
Facility ID10145
Transmitter coordinates38°50′54.00″N 121°28′58.00″W
(AMFM Broadcasting Licenses, LLC)
WebcastListen Live
KFBK (1530 AM) is a radio station in Sacramento, California broadcasting on a frequency of 1530 kHz. KFBK is a class A station owned by iHeartMedia (formerly Clear Channel Communications). It used to be designated as a class "I-B" station, sharing Class A status on 1530 AM with WCKY in Cincinnati, Ohio. The station boasts the highest field strength of any AM station in the United States.[1] KFBK is also simulcast on KFBK-FM at 93.1 MHz. The station has studios in North Sacramento near Arden Fair Mall, and its transmitter is near Pleasant Grove.
KFBK's daytime signal covers much of the northern portion of the state, from the northern Sacramento Valley to the San Francisco Bay Area and the fringes of the Central Valley. At night, it reaches much of the western half of North America.

Early history[edit]

KFBK's history reaches back to station KVQ (first license issued: February 2, 1922), which shut down later that year after listener complaints about interference. KVQ's facilities were sold to the Kimball-Upson Music Store and the Sacramento Union newspaper.[2]
Later, Kimball-Upson sold out to The McClatchy Company, a local, family-owned company which owned the Sacramento Bee,Modesto Bee and Fresno Bee newspapers. In addition to KFBK, McClatchy would eventually take ownership of radio stations in the same markets, KBEE in Modesto and KMJ in Fresno. At one time, Sacramento-Stockton-Modesto TV station KOVR was also owned by McClatchy.
On October 2, 1948, KFBK increased its power to 50 KW.[3]

1950s and 1960s[edit]

As television took over network programming, KFBK reinvented itself as a news, information, sports, and entertainment station. Because of its 50,000 W signal strength and location in the heart of the Central Valley, the station became the chief method by which farmers obtained weather, prices and other vital farming information. KFBK carried CBS Radio Network programming including top-of-the-hour newscasts, plus specialized reports from Edward R. Murrow and Lowell Thomas. Local news programs included theRichfield ReporterTony Koester was both the long-time voice of the minor league Sacramento Solons and the station's sports director. When the San Francisco Giants arrived in 1958, the station began a long partnership carrying their games. Entertainment programming included Arthur Godfrey and Doug Pledger.[4]

The talk of the town[edit]

In the 1970s, with less network programming available, KFBK began programming talk shows as part of their broadcast day, promoting them as "The Talk of the Town". After a brief trial as an adult contemporary music station, ownership committed themselves to a format that included news blocks during morning and afternoon drive time, with the remainder of the day's programming featuring local talk shows. With the U.S. Federal Communications Commission implementing a newspaper-broadcasting cross-ownership rule, McClatchy was forced to divest itself of its radio and television stations. KFBK was sold to Westinghouse Broadcasting and later shifted network affiliation to ABC Radio.[4]

Rush Limbaugh[edit]

During the 1980s, KFBK employed Morton Downey, Jr. as a local midday host. After Downey's departure, Rush Limbaugh replaced him at the station. Limbaugh first rose to prominence at KFBK before becoming nationally syndicated in 1988.[5] Limbaugh's national program still airs on KFBK in the same time slot (9:00 a.m. - 12:00 noon) where he hosted locally.
Limbaugh's local replacement after leaving KFBK, Tom Sullivan has also taken his program into national syndication, after taking an anchor position at the new cable TV business channel Fox Business Network. Like Limbaugh, Sullivan's national show (syndicated via Fox News Radio),[6] continues to air on KFBK in its former local time slot.
A number of other KFBK alumni have come to national media prominence. Former KFBK news reporter/anchor Laura Ingle is a featured reporter on Fox News Channel. Former KFBK reporter and weekend anchor Todd Starnes hosts commentaries for Fox News Radio, and former KFBK evening host Spencer Hughes airs a weekday program Fox Across America on Fox News Radio's satellite radio channel.
Changes in ownership laws saw KFBK, its FM outlet, and other area stations becoming part of Clear Channel Communications (now iHeartMedia) entering the 1990s.

KFBK begins FM simulcasting[edit]

KFBK-FM began simulcasting on December 1, 2011 at 92.5 FM, the former home of KGBY. This was mainly to fill in areas east of Sacramento where the AM signal is weaker at night to protect WCKY. On December 26, 2013 KFBK began a trimulcast on 93.1 FM, the former home of Classic 93.1 (KHLX); the simulcast ended a week later when KHLX adopted a country music format as KBEB.

Prominent programming[edit]