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Are you the business owner of Priceless Memories? So as he walked down memory lane it brought back a lot of memories for me. I would be remiss if I didn't remind you to "Remember spay or neuteral you pets. Dec 16, Brad Kennes rated it really liked it. The price is wrong, bitch. Oct 01, Mary rated it it was ok. Bob Barker was a really nice person. His story is made me smile a couple of times. May 24, Hilary rated it did not like it. So when I randomly saw this in our apartment I think B bought it a while back? I was sort of excited. I heard scandalous rumours of Bob hooking up with Barkers Beauties, although obviously this was all alleged.
Pretty excited to read the dirt. I love a good celeb tell all. I cannot express the level of boredom that came with reading this book. Bob Barker never did even one scandalous thing in his life ever. No affairs good for him! He was very much in love with his wife who sounds kind of awesome but unfortunately died young from cancer. He also loved laying in the sun. And was a pilot in the navy but never had to go to war. Nothing ever happened. I was so bored. I was like reading about paint drying or like the flavor vanilla, but not even the good vanilla bean kind.
It was sooooooooooooooooo boring. Although, Bob Barker seems like a very nice man, reading the most boring book ever was lame.
May 24, Alexis rated it it was amazing Shelves: favorites , memoirs. Priceless Memories is an extremely fascinating look at the life of Bob Barker, who was one of my all time favorite game show hosts before his retirement.
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The Price is Right is not the same with Drew Carry hosting. Barker describes his life from childhood to his retirement in His descriptions are interesting and detailed. I learned many new things about Barker. For example, I had no idea he grew up on an Indian reservation in South Dakota. I thoroughly enjoyed the chapters he wrote about hi Priceless Memories is an extremely fascinating look at the life of Bob Barker, who was one of my all time favorite game show hosts before his retirement. I thoroughly enjoyed the chapters he wrote about his hosting Truth or Consequences and The Price is Right.
Reading about his experiences as the host of Price gave me new insights into the show and why it's so popular. I always wanted to attend a taping of the show, but only when Barker was hosting. I could care less about attending a taping now that Drew Carry has changed the show and made it not as fun anymore. If you have grown up watching Bob Barker on TV or listened to him on the radio in the 40's, this is a must read. View 1 comment. May 08, Rhonda rated it liked it Shelves: biography.
Those trips down memory lane autobiographies are an easy sell and Bob Barker's book, "Priceless Memories" hits the mark. My complaint about this book is that Bob Barker wants to show you the best face possible. He's been successful through luck and pluck, but the underside rarely appears. One quick look on wikipedia will deal with items of controversy and health, but neither is mentioned in the book.
I'm glad that Bob Barker has been so instrumental in the care of animals and has dedicated Those trips down memory lane autobiographies are an easy sell and Bob Barker's book, "Priceless Memories" hits the mark. I'm glad that Bob Barker has been so instrumental in the care of animals and has dedicated time and money to those efforts. Celebrity status has done far worse, especially to a younger crowd, but Barker seems to have a particular affinity to helping the cause of animal protection. I give him credit. I wish, however, that this book had been better on personal balance.
View all 3 comments. Jun 30, Michelle rated it it was ok Shelves: nonfiction , I always thought I was a Bob Barker fan. When I saw that this existed, I immediately requested it from the library and it skipped its place in line over several other books. Turns out, maybe I'm more of a Price is Right fan, cause that's what it turned out I wanted. I wanted more of the crazy fan stories, how the show changed over 35 years, etc. What I got, was kind of boring and really just not anything that I cared about.
I love pets as much as the next person, but do I really want to read a c I always thought I was a Bob Barker fan.
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I love pets as much as the next person, but do I really want to read a chapter about someone else's? Not so much. It wasn't a bad book, just not at all what I was hoping for and expecting. I had to force myself to finish it. Jan 25, Fran rated it liked it. I read this book in one evening, so is a really quick read. Bob talks about his start in radio and his years of hosting of Truth or Consequences and The Price is Right. I laughed out loud at many of his funny recollections.
Bob was very much in love with his wife and admired his Mother, whom he helped care for in her later years. He never spoke negatively about a singel person or thing throughout the book nor used inapproate language. I was impressed with his writing for an 84 year old first-time I read this book in one evening, so is a really quick read. I was impressed with his writing for an 84 year old first-time publisher. I think he is a very classy gentleman, and am glad I read his book. Aug 19, Donna Hines rated it really liked it.
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I grew up watching Bob like many others especially on those sick days from school. Bob always had a way with people. He had a personality that cannot be duplicated to this day. The new host Drew Carey lacks that connection with his audience that Bob was always able to capture. It wasn't just a game show it was so much more. It was a time to take your mind off your current struggles, it was happiness, it was pure joy, it was laughter. It was those unexpected, unrehearsed, and often unscripted mom I grew up watching Bob like many others especially on those sick days from school.
It was those unexpected, unrehearsed, and often unscripted moments that literally left you hunched over in a full fledged deep down belly laugh wondering what's next. Our world is so politically correct that back then you simply had fun. There wasn't as much tabloid headlines and instant internet bullying and worldwide press like today's world. The mistakes you made weren't displayed and instantly tagged and replayed for the word to see and gaff at. It was as if we emphasize mistakes and fail to recall the talents these beautiful women possess. Are we that infatuated in the failures of others rather than the building up and helping others.
It's truly a Dog Eat Dog World out there now. I love how Bob would laugh at himself and if he made an error he'd recover, use it for entertainment, and move on. It was entertainment. It now isn't much more than corporate greedy executives pulling the punches. The models are now gender neutral but the attire leaves a sour taste. I realize the models work hard for their bodies but does it always have to be about those rock hard abs or size 0 waistlines being showcased.
If so than you are losing that family element and that professionalism and respect element. Years ago you were free to be who you wanted and make it your own and I love that Bob did exactly that. He didn't let the big timers, producers, executives tell him how it should be done nor did they try because they knew what they had in him. My childhood was filled with remarkable and talented host that in my opinion were more talented than the shows they anchored.
All of them brought their own character, personality, and fun loving traits and all of them loved what they did and how they brought it home to their audiences. I remember many of the segments Bob mentioned especially with the Samoans who I'm sure still love Bob as we all do. Power Lifters would envy these beautiful women. I'm in my mid forties and I'm lucky to have both parents who are early 70's with me today. I recall telling my mom while we sat together at my apartment how the host today have no personality, never smile, rarely laugh, and are like sticks in the mud.
I'd than add how I wish Bob came back to show them a thing or two much like the putting game hole in one or two. There was never a dull moment on the show. The prizes and the reactions to winning or losing was always a bit challenging, exciting, and in some cases you truly felt for them when they lost. I'm not good at pricing though I should be with 3 kids. However it was such a pleasure to turn the tv on and have Bob their everyday.
I still love to watch the show but today's host don't put in the effort nor seem to care much more than the paychecks. They don't care as much to provide that lil something extra and go that lil extra mile because I truly feel they don't love the show like Bob did.
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It's dull, dry, and in some cases boring and almost painful to watch it today. I wish Bob could write a book on strictly how to be a good host and how to connect with audiences while not being so self centered, egotistical, and caught up in the publicity and spotlights. What we wear is now more important than the talent we possess. The rest of us have to work harder for a lot less and many like myself are still trying to recover from the economic recession. Our world is being bred to be an all about me world and sadly we are losing the human element in a technologically advanced industry.
We are losing sight of what our audiences want and need. Bob mentioned he wanted to appeal to the audience at home the woman holding a child and ironing if I recall it right from memory. In today's world we have many more options than a few local channels with the addition of satellite and digitalized stations. The more options we have the less we find to watch as sometimes having more isn't better.
I would rather have 2 good shows than hundreds of shows I spend flipping through and paying to flip through. I have a hard time finding shows that I can truly watch openly with my young children without being offended by the language, nudity, and disrespectful comments towards women including the pageants, musical awards shows, etc.
The feminist movement seems to have gone out the window. Bob mentioned attire yet look today at what the women are wearing. So much being displayed today is all about ratings, sex, and money. I remember the beautiful outfits all the models wore back then. Never very revealing or skin tight fitting always classy and dressed as ladies leaving something to the imagination. Now a days sex sells but at what expense