• The Name Dropper

    Tim Tyrrell has spent over 30 years working as an actor, broadcaster and DJ. In "The Name Dropper" he tells the stories of the celebrities he has met, worked with and interviewed. But it also tells his personal story of love and loss.

    • ASIN: 1983192422

  • Confessions of a Name Dropper

    Confessions of a Name Dropper is an insider's account of some of the most significant men and moments in American history. Veterans will be especially drawn to Nichols' revealing look at the heroic exploits of the 10th Armored Tiger"" Division...from their ""days of white hell"" to the nights in ""bloody Bastogne"" and beyond. Nichols also writes of his contact with notable figures like General Patton, Roy Rogers, Jimmy Durante, Jackie Robinson, and Vice-President Ted Agnew. Contents include a special tribute to the work of organizations like the American Red Cross, the Kentucky Hotel-Motel Association, and the Kentucky Heart Association.""

    • Brand: Brand: Turner
    • ASIN: 1563115336

  • The Name Dropper: People I Schlepped With

    It was like I was there... knowing Frank Sinatra before he was - Sinatra. The good, the bad, the ugly - the truth of what it was like at the beginning of an era, of a generation, of being with the stars. This book is a history lesson made of tales about the known, the unknown, and some of the personalities who became bigger than God. Each story is given to us with honesty, sincerely, and the utmost of integrity. Morris I. Diamond spent life making relationships with the likes of Olivia-Newton John, Quincy Jones, Jonny Mathis, Rodney Dangerfield, the Jacksons… the list goes on. A good man in a tough game. Always dependable, and always willing to help the little guy touch the stars, and perhaps even be one of them! Just ask anybody, everybody likes Morris I. Diamond.

    • ASIN: B07DNK1SLC

  • Burton Name Dropper Snowboard Mens Sz 151cm

    People will be dropping your name in no time when you unleash the fury on this park-tuned powerhouse.Let your riding speak for itself with the Name Dropper's next-generation, park-tuned performance. Off-Axis means all of its key ingredients, from the edges to the soft-flexing Filet-O-Flex core profile, match the angles of your stance for enhanced grip, smoother takeoffs, and stomped landings. Flat Top? balances underfoot stability with the forgiving and buttery feel of rocker at the tip and tail, while the addition of effortlessly flexing Off-Axis Squeezebox Low enhances the overall soft freestyle feel.Graphic Story: Pop is the Name Dropper's purpose, and the femme fatale faces on its gritty pop art graphic are only part of what makes this deck so much fun to ride.Bend: Flat Top�Shape: TwinFlex: TwinCore: FSC� Certified Super Fly� 800G Core with Dualzone� EGD� and Off-Axis Squeezebox LowFiberglass: Triax�Base: SinteredThe Channel�Off-Axis Frostbite EdgesFilet-O-FlexSuper Sap� EpoxyPro-Tip�Infinite Ride�

    • Color: Yellow Blue Black
    • Brand: Burton
    • ASIN: B072WM2L6Q
    • UPC: 889049866934

  • Confessions of a Shameless Name-Dropper

    The music business has taken Mark Cabaniss on adventures far from his native state of North Carolina...from Nashville to Broadway to Holly­wood and back. In celebration of his 25th year in the music business, this self-admitted "shameless name-dropper" tells witty and inspiring stories of his fun connections through the years in Confessions of a Shame­less Name-Dropper. Join him as he shares the inside scoop of his encounters with legendary entertainers Bob Barker, Andy Griffith, Shirley Jones, Steve Allen, Dick Clark, Sherwood (Gilligan's Island) Schwartz, Rupert Hol­mes, Doc Severinsen, and more. In between the anecdotes of these and others, he gives an account of his own career journey with insight and behind-the-scenes stories about the inner workings of several top music business companies, while celebrating the transforming power of music and the arts.

    • ASIN: 0615904122

  • Name Dropper: Investigating the Clark Rockefeller Mystery

    Prepare to be shocked as the grisly details about the murder of San Marino computer geek John Sohus are revealed in Frank C. Girardot's new book, "Name Dropper: Investigating the Clark Rockefeller Mystery." Clark Rockefeller, the prime suspect in Sohus' murder, may have been the last person to see him alive. Nine years after his death, Sohus' bones were dug up in the backyard of the home he once shared with his wife Linda, whose whereabouts remain unknown.Upon Rockefeller's arrest, Girardot began piecing together the convoluted tale in a series of articles for the Pasadena Star-News.His research resulted in "Name Dropper," which reveals inside information about the case Girardot says is the most fantastic he's seen in his 25 years as an investigative reporter.

    • ASIN: B00IVT3AMW

  • Name Droppers

    Have you ever been around a name-dropper? They want to show off by naming popular people that they know.Learn how to drop the most important name in the universe and enjoy good success in the process.

    • ASIN: B015NFYXV8