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  • Eisner's CNBC talk show

    Well, looks like we know at least one thing he'll be doing now.
    http://biz.yahoo.com/ap/060110/tv_eisner_cnbc.html?.v=1

    "I am very excited that in my circle of life, I am returning to the same NBC studio where I was a page for the `Tonight Show' with Johnny Carson in the 1960s,"

    ....he said "circle of life" I think he owes Disney 5 cents.
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    Re: Eisner's CNBC talk show

    Originally posted by jurgenb52
    Well, looks like we know at least one thing he'll be doing now.
    http://biz.yahoo.com/ap/060110/tv_eisner_cnbc.html?.v=1

    "I am very excited that in my circle of life, I am returning to the same NBC studio where I was a page for the `Tonight Show' with Johnny Carson in the 1960s,"

    ....he said "circle of life" I think he owes Disney 5 cents.
    Good he should go back to being a page for Regis Philbin...

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      "Conversations with Michael Eisner" will be an hour-long, prime-time show where Eisner speaks with business, entertainment or political leaders. His focus will be on creativity and innovation, he said.
      Hmm, maybe he'll learn something.
      Something like: "You can't be creative nor innovative if you are concerned with the costs. Hire someone else who knows about costs, and tell him to go screw himself when he objects to your creations and innovations."

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        Re: Eisner's CNBC talk show

        Originally posted by sediment
        Hmm, maybe he'll learn something.
        Something like: "You can't be creative nor innovative if you are concerned with the costs. Hire someone else who knows about costs, and tell him to go screw himself when he objects to your creations and innovations."
        You must spread some Reputation around before giving it to sediment again.

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          Thanks for the attempt.

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            Political leaders? "Introducing my pre-paid Senator, err I mean, my FAVORITE Senator!"

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              Michael and Martha. Warming your hearts this fall.

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                Any bets on whether his show lasts longer than John McEnroe's CNBC show, which was on the air for about six months?
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                  Re: Eisner's CNBC talk show

                  Originally posted by BugsBunny
                  Any bets on whether his show lasts longer than John McEnroe's CNBC show, which was on the air for about six months?
                  Link states that it will be a once every two months show. Not a daily or weekly show.

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                    Re: Eisner's CNBC talk show

                    Originally posted by sediment
                    Link states that it will be a once every two months show. Not a daily or weekly show.
                    That is too frequent for me... But then again, it was always fun watching Micky making an @ss out of himself on national telivision... I was hoping fo another opportunity to put his promotional photo on my dart board....

                    Maybe Universal can build a theme park attraction in his honor with... I was thinking a shooting gallary with plywood Eisner heads...

                    Oh, oh, how about this for a title for his new show... "The Synergy Room"... Basically all he does is stories about GE and its family of businesses...
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