Friday, April 21, 2006

Podcast Chat with Jacquie Jordan - Part II

Today we present Part II of our chat with Jacquie Jordan. As you know she wrote the book “Get on TV” and will be appearing Monday morning on Good Day NY. In Part I of our chat, you heard her refer to a show called “Soap Opera Softball” which we did in the early 90s… The actual tape is as antiquated as the New York City Tram system... which got stuck in mid-air last week. Did you hear the news coverage by the Wildwood newscasters? They kept saying.."Watch the tram car... Please watch the tram car". By the way, why not install bathrooms in those trams just in case they get stuck again for 12 hours? I was watching Bill Ritter and Liz Cho’s Channel 7’s lengthy coverage at about 1245 AM and the conversation looked like the newscasters on The Family Guy…

Bill: There seems to be water leaking out of the tram car..

Liz:. Uh Bill… there are no bathrooms there…


Speaking of the news…. Jacquie's book would be good for people familiar with the situation in Darfur… It would be a good idea hear them talk about the horrible genocide going on there.. or even Holocaust survivors could speak about it since they have seen this kind of tragedy firsthand. It’s about time we put this story on the TV news talk shows and toss away the silly daily dose of Natalee Holloway and the Duke Lacrosse Team!

Click play or the logo at the top to hear the interview… You can also access it through My Yahoo or through Clickcaster.com.


4 comments:

Dangerspouse said...

Ok, I'm familiar with Darfur...lacrosse ...the Holloway chick (hubba!). But...what is this "holocaust" you mentioned? I really need to buy a tv. It's a reality show, right?

Hey, what a great interview Nate! Good to see you haven't lost your chutzpah touch.

Anyway, you rock as always. I can't wait to borrow Jacquie's book from you!

Nate said...

Borrow her book? You're gonna have to buy one buddy boy...

By the way, I bet you know more about Darfur than all the talking heads combined. And you were the one who during the Clarence Thomas hearings was NOT interested in the sex harrasment charges, but more concerned with his opinions about natural law.

And Thomas has brought a lot to the table, hasn't he?

Dangerspouse said...

Yes he has, sadly. Most of the initial misgivings I had about him were proven to be well founded. Between him and Scalia, it's tough to say who is more regressive.

Judge Pump said...

What did Clarence Thomas say when the waitress came to take his order?

"I'll have what Scalia's having."