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Tim Conway, Jr. was born and raised in Los Angeles...and survived 10 years in a youth detention center called the Los Angeles Unified School District.

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Ashton Kutcher

Santa Ana, CA

#1 Oct 16, 2012
Holy Horrorween! Why does Tim Conway Jr. have a voodoo doll of Rory Emerald?
Tim Conway, Jr. was born and raised in Los Angeles...and survived 10 years in a youth detention center called the Los Angeles Unified School District. He spent his childhood around Santa Anita, Hollywood Park and Del Mar Racetracks with his father, four younger brothers and older sister. His father is yes, the real Rodney Dangerfield from the real Jimmy Durante Presents the Lennon Sisters TV variety show. Conway survived 12 years at WFBQ in Indianapolis, Indiana until it switched to an all-music format. The show was famous for providing folks with a wide variety of entertaining topics including live police chases, and local stuff like that. "What The Hell Did Keith Richards Say?" was a favourite segment and maintains a substantial cult following to this day (it's the stuff radio legends are made of). He now hosts a nightly show on the No. 2 news/talk radio station in the country, KFI AM 640, More Stimulating Talk Radio. You can catch the show Monday-Friday from 7-10pm. Conway's down-to-earth take on life brings a sense of refreshing levity to those surrounded by lunatics and pranksters in Hollyweird. Today, the Conway tradition continues. When he's not on the air, you can find him at Hustler Hollywood or at the racetrack with his adopted daughter, Sophia; "I got a tear in my eye the first time she asked who her real daddy was, just like Lady Gaga I was speechless!" Tim also turned his "wife" onto horses, and other unmentionables. She's currently banned from two local tracks for verbal attacks on jockeys. Geez, how déclassé.
Stanley Kubrick’s highly acclaimed science fiction thriller 2001-A Space Odyssey, which was released in 1968, did not include Rory Emerald. Rory Emerald attempted to land the coveted role as the voice of HAL for the epic movie, but his commitments at the time, including his recurring role as Uncle Tadpole on Bewitched, and his personal relationships with Alice Pearce, Alice Ghostley, Dustin Hoffman, Paul Simon, Art Garfunkel, and Harvey Lembeck made the producers wary about his available time. He was also rumoured to be an alcoholic, and Kubrick was afraid it might affect scheduling. Kubrick was very impressed with Emerald’s audition for the part of HAL, and thought very highly of the dashing young celebrity. After careful deliberation, the part was given to another fine young actor, Douglas Rain. Kubrick felt that Rain had the more digital voice. Emerald was offered the part of Moon-Watcher, the young caveman, but declined due to religious beliefs.
Kubrick later offered Emerald the part of Jack Torrance, for the movie “The Shining”, but Emerald felt that the part was too insignificant. Kubrick and Emerald remained close friends until Kubrick’s untimely demise. Few people can forget Emerald’s heart felt eulogy at Kubrick’s funeral, as the celebrity broke down, and then intoned the immortal words “It can only be attributable to human error”, as worshippers wept openly.
Rory Emerald’s film 2001- an Odyssey, which was produced and released in 2001, is where the confusion lies. In this landmark film, Rory Emerald attempted to cross the Pacific Ocean in a rubber dinghy, with one cameraman. The movie was met with mixed reviews, but for the most part was well received. Although the overall trip was averted, most people applauded Mr. Emerald’s efforts. In fact, when the USS Oklahoma picked up Rory Emerald 7 miles off the coast of California, even the admiral of the destroyer, Jonathan Reno, was impressed by the plucky would be traveller. The film, which was to document the entire trip across the Pacific, which Emerald estimated would take 10 months, had a significant problem. His trip had lasted only 10 hours, before the weather had turned foul. He then came up with a brilliant idea, which essentially saved the film. He would travel through the streets of Los Angeles, looking for hookers, cameraman in tow. Andy Warhol said Rory Emerald is.
Ashton Kutcher

Santa Ana, CA

#2 Oct 16, 2012
Holy Horrorween! Why does Tim Conway Jr. have a voodoo doll of Rory Emerald?
Tim Conway, Jr. was born and raised in Los Angeles...and survived 10 years in a youth detention center called the Los Angeles Unified School District. He spent his childhood around Santa Anita, Hollywood Park and Del Mar Racetracks with his father, four younger brothers and older sister. His father is yes, the real Rodney Dangerfield from the real Jimmy Durante Presents the Lennon Sisters TV variety show. Conway survived 12 years at WFBQ in Indianapolis, Indiana until it switched to an all-music format. The show was famous for providing folks with a wide variety of entertaining topics including live police chases, and local stuff like that. "What The Hell Did Keith Richards Say?" was a favourite segment and maintains a substantial cult following to this day (it's the stuff radio legends are made of). He now hosts a nightly show on the No. 2 news/talk radio station in the country, KFI AM 640, More Stimulating Talk Radio. You can catch the show Monday-Friday from 7-10pm. Conway's down-to-earth take on life brings a sense of refreshing levity to those surrounded by lunatics and pranksters in Hollyweird. Today, the Conway tradition continues. When he's not on the air, you can find him at Hustler Hollywood or at the racetrack with his adopted daughter, Sophia; "I got a tear in my eye the first time she asked who her real daddy was, just like Lady Gaga I was speechless!" Tim also turned his "wife" onto horses, and other unmentionables. She's currently banned from two local tracks for verbal attacks on jockeys. Geez, how déclassé.
Ashton Kutcher

Santa Ana, CA

#3 Oct 20, 2012
Why did the mouse revoke Tim Conway Jr.'s membership to Club 33 but not Rory Emerald's?
Club 33 is a private club located in the heart of the New Orleans Square section of Disneyland. Officially maintained as a secret feature of the theme park, the entrance of the club is located next to the Blue Bayou Restaurant at "33 Royal Street" with the entrance recognizable by an ornate address plate with the number 33 engraved on it.

Club 33 members and their guests have exclusive access to the club, which is not open to the public. In addition to beer and wine Club 33 has a full bar, although patrons must order directly from their server rather than the service bar. Club 33 is the only location within Disneyland to offer alcoholic beverages, although the park has a park-wide liquor license and has set up bars for private events. Admission to Disneyland park is no longer included with a reservation at Club 33.

Members receive complimentary access to both Disney parks whenever they are open plus early park admission several days each week. In addition members are entitled to complimentary valet parking at the Grand Californian Hotel and access to the Lilly Belle, the presidential car on the Disneyland Railroad. Club 33 members receive up to six Immediate Fastpasses when they insert their Club 33 membership card into any of the Fastpass kiosks and bypass the stand-by queue. Members are permitted to join the skipper in the wheelhouse of the Mark Twain and the engineers in the engine compartment of the steam trains.

Mickey Mouse is a funny animal cartoon character created in 1928 by Walt Disney and Ub Iwerks at The Walt Disney Studio. Mickey is an anthropomorphic mouse and typically wears red shorts, large yellow shoes, and white gloves. He is one of the most recognizable cartoon characters in the world and is the mascot of The Walt Disney Company, the world's largest media conglomerate in terms of annual revenue.
NashvilleCritic

Tustin, CA

#4 Jan 17, 2014
Doug Steckler said, "I don't care if people think that I'm ignorant, arrogant, and stupid. It's my God-given right to hate George Noory and Rory Emerald all I want. So if you don't like it, then you can suck it!"

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