"Gaga Dance Floor" on Soundclick: http://sclk.co/s79rlk
ZumaDogg.com - Music/Comedy/Politics/Awareness
Quotes about Zuma Dogg:
"Local Legend." - KABC Radio
"Brain-seizing artistry. An L.A. TV icon." - LA Weekly
"Andrew Breitbart, try as he might, could never illustrate the disjointed hilarity of Occupy L.A. with the same brilliance, as Zuma Dogg." - LA Weekly
"Zuma Dogg is da bomb. I Tivo all your shows." - Emilio Estevez
"Of course, I know Zuma Dogg." - Arnold Schwarzenegger
"I watch your show all the time. I tried to call in, but couldn't get through. I'm wearing your T-shirt, now." - Adam Sandler
"I don't know who you are, Zuma Dogg, but I've never heard Adam (Sandler) speak so highly of any other comedian, before." - JP (Adam Sandler's "Happy Madison" receptionist.)
"Zuma Dogg, call me! We need more of your videos for our tour bus." - Dean DeLeo/Stone Temple Pilots
"I've seen you on TV. Keep doing what you're doing." - Dennis Franz
"Everyone watches Zuma Dogg!" - Reggie Miller/NBA
"A very funny comedian, Zuma Dogg." - Howard Stern
"I am such a big fan of your show. Jennifer says, 'Hello.'" -Courteney Cox
"Can't turn off, 'The Zuma Dogg Show," once it's on. Totally addicted." - Kate Hudson
"It would be nice to see someone with the heroism of Zuma Dogg in office." - Kevin James, 870-KRLA Radio/2013 L.A. Mayoral Candidate
"You're actually one of my favorite people to watch on TV." - Former L.A. Mayor Richard Riordan to Zuma Dogg on KABC.
"Zuma Dogg has done a lot of good for the People of Los Angeles." - L.A. City Councilmember/2013 Controller Candidate Dennis Zine
" Zuma Dogg has distinguished himself as a "mix of curiosity and crusader" fighting for what he considers his free-speech rights."He's been able to do it with humor and at times be more direct and substantive." Los Angeles City Council President Eric Garcetti/Los Angeles Times
"Zuma Dogg, not only one of the most recognizable figures at City Hall, cordially greeted by passersby, including security guards and Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa, he also has the ear of high-level insiders, who feed him information in the hope that he’ll expose, and possibly stop, one questionable government project or another." - LA Weekly (Click here for article.)
"He wakes us up; it (she means "he") gets everyone's attention." L.A. City Controller Wendy Greuel/Los Angeles Times
"Something between stunned and amazed. "I've never seen anything like it." - Former California Assembly Speaker, L.A. City Council President Herb Wesson/Los Angeles Times
"An original ... another treasure of Venice." - Los Angeles City Councilman Bill Rosendahl
" A civic treasure." - Michael Higby/Mayor Sam's Blog (L.A. politics)
@ZumaDogg: "Public Comment" (2006-2012): EXPOSING FRAUD/WASTE/ABUSE ("Municipal Mafia Corruption") that brought L.A. City to it's current ECONOMIC & PUBLIC SERVICES WRECK. THE BLUEPRINT OF CORRUPTION & WASTE! Entertaining, even if you are not into political stuff. Look how they try to stop ZD, every step of the way. ZD's Attorney & L.A. City Attorneys have MORE FEDERAL MATTER, regarding these interruptions, to be discussed in Feb 2013 for a ruling by the judge, to follow. [Judge may throw out Council's "rules" for free speech.]
throughout the day. Short URL: goo.gl/0xKng
"The Zuma Dogg Show" on YouTube (Playlist 1) - For Comedy/Pop Culture fans. ORIGINAL U.S. Reality Show [ZD=all about the YouTube experience.]
Zuma Dogg - L.A. City Hall "Public Comment" Videos (2006-2012) : HISTORY of L.A. City (and your city's Fraud/Waste/Abuse): CLICK HERE for ALL 100 VIDEOS
"Zuma-Dogg" YouTube Search: Best way to scan ZD videos, after "Playlist 1" Search 1 - Search 2
"Zuma Dogg Show" Main Blog: (Music/Comedy/Politics) : "L.A. cable TV Icon. Brain-seizing artistry." - LA Weekly. "Local Legend" - KABC
"CREATIVE EMPOWERMENT" Podcasts: Quality & Productivity/Marketing Warfare Strategy/NLP/Sixth Sense [non-verbal communication factors]
ZD's Music Videos on YouTube (Lots of disco covers).
"KINGPIN": My readers like Zuma Dogg's political rants/writings. THIS is as POLITICAL it gets. ZD's TV script, based on REAL-LIFE L.A. City Hall (corruption). The names have been changed to protect the guilty. Based on REAL L.A. City witness/insider information to ZD. [Sorkin-style] Click here.
ZumaDogg.com: View all pages on this site referred to in media quotes:
Re: Zuma Dogg [Management/Marketing/City Mngt]
"'Interpreting Deming's 14 Points' is well done." - Dr. W. Edwards Deming.
"Your synthesis of 'Deming's 14 Points' is fabulous." - Tony Robbins
"I enjoyed, much, your article. I took your 'Quality Quiz.' Who's going to grade me?" - Bob Pittman (CEO/Clear Channel)
"You took our concepts and extended them in ways, I thought were very interesting." - Al Ries (Author, "Marketing Warfare," "22 Immutable Laws of Marketing," "Positioning," "Focus," etc.)
"Zuma Dogg fought the oppressive, tightly controlled L.A. City Council meetings presided over by Council President Eric Garcetti, who had banned video cameras. After police tried to stop Zuma Dogg from taping the council deliberations, he railed against the big shots for months, slamming Garcetti as “Garshady” on his show and on his whistleblower blog. "Whatever happened to free speech in this country?," Zuma Dogg asked. He prevailed against Garcetti’s rules, and now brings his cameracorder to every council meeting, as can any member of the public thanks to him." - LA Weekly.
"Zuma Dogg, who is smarter than and knows more about city government than most Council members, has become something of an urban folk hero, skewering City Hall foibles and failures in his frequent public comment appearances broadcast on Channel 35. His campaigns for mayor and city council attracted a respectable numbers of votes." - Ron Kaye/RonKayeLA.com
THANKS TO THE 10,000 PEOPLE (a Barry Manilow arena of seniors at the polls, cause that's who mainly votes) who voted for "Zuma Dogg" in the 2009 Los Angeles Mayoral election (3rd of 9 Challengers). Not a bad number to pull, considering the historically low voter turnout, and the fact that ZD didn't spend a penny on his campaign, and didn't make one flier." The mayor spent $3 million, just for comparison.