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Randolph B says
Check out this footage of time lapse photography of Disneyland being built in 1955. Pretty cool footage. Share with the kids. Randy C
Lisa Hiersekorn says
I LOVE your Elvis tributes ! Makes me want to go back and listen to all of them !
I know you are probably a die- hard “butter on the grilled cheese” kind of guy. But might I tempt you into trying this- substitute the butter for mayo. You can’t taste the difference but the mayo creates a better crunch on the sourdough. YUM!!!
Sandy White says
Check out Body Groove with Misty Tripoli. Fun dance exercise routines. You can check her out with the free 30 day challenge. I do it outside by the pool with my iPad and headphones. Look like an idiot, but havin’ Fun!!
Great job you two! ❤️
Jennifer Perry Price says
Hi The RG and The Lovely, Smart, and Funny Lynda,
My first nursing job was at Baptist Memorial Hospital, Medical Center (1996) in Memphis, TN. (I had my RN training at the Baptism Memorial Hospital School of Nursing – now the College of Health Sciences). My first assignment there was on the 15th floor, telemetry – heart monitoring-where there was a suite that had always been reserved for Elvis when he was alive. I was told that the reason it took so long for Elvis to be declared dead was that none of the doctors on duty wanted to be the one to declare the King’s death, although he was dead before the ambulance arrived at Graceland.
While I lived in Memphis, a morning radio show (Tim, Bev, and Bad Dog on The Eagle Rock 103) had a parting gift they use to give to callers called “The Elvis Bath Mat”. It was a white bath mat with a body outline, like a crime scene. Irreverent but funny.
I just wanted to share my Elvis info. I’m still a big fan, so sad substances took him away too soon.
Enjoy your time off and I look forward to your next show.
Jennifer (in Idaho now)
Sherri with an I says
Cook’n with the RG! LOL
Hi Mark. That was a nice tribute to Jimmy Webb. But you got one little, teeny, tiny thing wrong–Jimmy Webb isn’t dead. He’s alive and well and is playing several shows this fall.
Hey yall, great itty bitty, I head one that may be good. An elderly couple is in church, the wife says to the husband, I just let a silent fart, what should I do? He says change the batteries in your hearing aid. Mark and Lynda, I know you can make it great. Love yall. BH 90210 2nd episode also good, so far I’m hooked. And R.I.P to the King, it was a very sad day for sure. There’ll never another.
Terri White says
Omg, Lynda you crack me up, you comments about the sandwich had me laughing so hard! YOU ARE AWESOME!!!!!!
Sean Roberts says
I really enjoyed your tribute to Jimmy Webb, but when I looked up some of the other songs that he wrote I noticed that Jimmy Webb, a Real Estate leader in Nashville passed away at the age of 71 – here’s the link.
( https://www.tennessean.com/story/news/2019/04/18/jimmy-webb-nashville-real-estate-leader-dead-71/3499794002/ )
I couldn’t find anything about the death of Jimmy Webb the songwriter – Which for me is good since I have tickets to see him in South Orange County, Ca
I know the RG (the man i look up to) doesn’t make very many mistakes when it comes to people in music. But oh boy – I think this was one
Toni Amoroso says
Hey Dumbass – Jimmy Webb the singer is alive and well. But Jimmy Webb the co-founder of regional real estate brokerage and management company Freeman Webb died Apr 18, 2019 at 71. Jimmy Layne Webb’s birthday was August 15, 1946 so yesterday he turned 73. Where did you find your information? Tickets are available for his shows in September – hahaha
Shit dude – that was an amazing tribute – I love his stuff – Thanks for sharing – another disposable listener fact checking – hahahahahah
Bill Marcus says
Hey Mark remember when someone tried to shoot Elvis’s doctor at a football game after his death