Tag: Pat Sajak

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I nearly spilled my coffee on the rug while watching the Stanley Cup Final last night.  Ricochet’s own Pat Sajak was wearing a Washington Capitals polo and announcing the starting lineups. So sad.   Imagine if you were watching Seinfeld on TV and you see Rob Long in the credits as a show-runner?  Or perhaps listening […]

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Richochet’s Own Pat Sajak says he is closer to the end of his run on his show. Which is really a nothing burger, because we are always closer to the end. And we want to have you along as possible, @patsajak . I believe we’ve had a discussion here before about who should take Alex […]

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Ricochetti Adventures in Vegas and LA

 

I previously posted about our hot weekend (113°F) in Vegas at FreedomFest 2017 whilst interviewing a treasure trove of luminaries, but I left off details and photos of our two meet ups from the weekend. The first, on Friday night was hosted by @addictionisachoice:

@cowgirl and Addiction Is a Choice are in the rear of the photo, with virtuoso pianist Hyperion Knight to the right of him, then me, @nicegrizzly, and @Whiskeypolitics Dave. On the other side of the table, @docjay is seated next to Cowgirl, and next to him we have three guests who will be joining Ricochet soon: Garin Bader, fantastic magician and pianist who performs regularly and is a friend of Hyperion’s, and Nancy and her daughter, Sarah.

Uncommon Knowledge at the Reagan Library

 

Sunday afternoon 500-600 people gathered at the Ronald Reagan Library for a live edition of Uncommon Knowledge. A large contingent of Ricoteers was in the audience, and if you didn’t make it, we missed you! Our beloved Peter Robinson was interviewed by Ricochet contributor and all-around lovely guy, Pat Sajak, who is also known for playing hangman on TV.

The Uncommon Knowledge episode was wonderful! Peter told us quite a few anecdotes about the evolution of the “Tear Down This Wall” speech, a few of which made me tear up. I know some of you watched it via livestream, and the Blue Yeti promises to have it properly posted soon. Patience, please, as he is a VERY busy Yeti for the next few weeks.

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Pat Sajak walks among us here at Ricochet, and occasionally graces the mothership podcast with his jovial presence. I hope Mr. Sajak will enjoy knowing that he is now on the radar of at least one member of the Society of Jesus. Father John J. Conley writes for America: The Jesuit Review about the deeper meanings […]

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It just occurred to me that Ricochet is missing a great opportunity here. We should nominate one of our Contributors to join the already crowded Republican field, and I nominate . . . Pat Sajak! Doesn’t it make sense? The top game show host vs. a reality TV show icon?  Both are outsiders, both have […]

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Pat Sajak, gameshow host extraordinaire and local Ricochet legend, is the latest victim of a slow news day. For a quick run down of the particulars of this scandal that rocked the early-fringe and prime-access network game show world you can check out the Facebook feed of articles that all decided to cover it. Preview Open

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Pat Sajak at the Center of a Twitstorm

 

SajakI’ve always thought that Twitter has two functions: (1) as a quick & easy forum for companies or public figures, and (2) as something akin to a comedy convention: a place to shoot off your funniest one-liner in less than 140 characters. I only go there for the hilarity, and one of the funniest Tweeters is Ricochet’s own Pat Sajak. Unfortunately, some very self-serious internet dwellers are taking one of His recent tweets very seriously.