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"bobby rydell" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

04:03 min | Last week

"bobby rydell" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Best in Latin American music all day on Sunday at Ravinia Of the Pitchfork Music fest is going on this weekend at Union Park it Randolph and Ogden. Phoebe Bridgers is there tonight. Saint Vincent tomorrow and Erykah Badu on Sunday 42 artists in total performing. Blake Shelton's in town this weekend. He is at the Allstate Arena on Saturday. Jeff Dunham, the comedian at the Horseshoe Casino in Hammond, And Bob, I think this one you and I should go together to go see Bobby Rydell. Oh, man, the our kata out in Saint Charles on Sunday. Bobby Rydell is still at it, huh? Trying to think of what was the Bobby Rydell that he had a big sellers to call. Forget him. He had He had a few and not one title comes to mind right now. I want to say forget him and somebody text us, uh, You big Bobby Rydell fans out there. We won't cheat by Googling. No, we won't leave it up to the listener. I don't think my computer will even look that up and also backed the Toronto Film Festival kicking off. Yeah, That's a big deal because it only happened virtually last year and the Toronto Film Festival is North America's biggest Film fest. You know, we've been hearing about the Venice Film Festival we always hear about can But here in North America, the biggest one is always in September. Always right around this time of year, um up in beautiful Toronto. Normally, I would be there previewing movies and interviewing the stars of those movies, But we haven't gone for a couple of years now because of The pandemic, but they did premiere the movie that kicked it all off. Is the movie version of Dear Evan Hansen, which was a Tony Award winner on Broadway. It started Ben Platt. He is in this movie version. It's not like they took the stage version and filmed it. They've completely restage that. With Julianne Moore now in it, and Amy Adams, and it's just one of the most beautiful and powerful musicals you will ever see on stage and I've already seen this movie version. In fact, I interviewed Ben Platt a couple of days ago, and we're going to share that interview on my Sunday show this coming weekend, But this movie version just takes you inside closer into everything that's going on. That you know the movies can bring you in close on different emotions and things. So when this movie comes out at the end of this month, I'm going to be highly highly recommending it. But that was the movie that kicked off the Toronto film fest last night. I was reading about the Diana musical. What do you know about this? Well, I haven't seen it yet. They haven't seen a trailer for it. It's not supposed to come out. It wasn't supposed to come out till toward the end of the year. But Netflix now has announced that they're going to be releasing it. On October, the first So they are going to let it go a little bit earlier. It's a musical. That is about the teenage years of Diana, Princess of Wales. So, uh, you know if if you want to see the trailer, it's up on YouTube, and it's not hard to find But it's a musical based based on the life of, uh Diana Spencer 19 year old Diana Spencer in this movie, so yeah, and this movie, it will be on Netflix. And I cheated. I did Google. Bobby Rydell had hits with Wild one. Forget him. He also did a version of the Lari Lari Mhm and you can see him in Saint Charles. What night is he? Uh, let me check my Bobby Rydell file. Kata kata in on Sunday Sunday. Yeah..

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"bobby rydell" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:48 min | Last month

"bobby rydell" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

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"bobby rydell" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

08:06 min | 2 months ago

"bobby rydell" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Oh, Jimbo 1866554626. Bill O'Reilly is with us. His new book in the Killing. The Mob series, which is published by ST Martin's Press, is killing the mob. The new book and the killing series. I should say, killing the mob being the latest example thereof. John calls in from Alexandria, Virginia. And Good evening, Judd. Yes, Jim, A great topic As usual. I wanted to ask build. Does his book go into it all the mob connections to the connect the contemporary music industry during the fifties and sixties, and especially a figure by the name of a Morse levy. And what connection possible. Was there with the mob in the mysterious death of Bobby 4 55 years ago who had to hit song? I thought the law We don't get that micro into it, John, But we do bring in the fact that the mob controlled the new rock industry. And entertainment in general Frank Sinatra being the lead there. So if you want to get your record played, if you were a young rock or Bobby Rydell or no under fill it. Alfie, a boy's, um, you had to go through organized crime to get your record played on the radio. That was pay Ola, we go into that pretty heavy. And also organized crime. We're controlling a record labels, so they always put a Mafioso as co writer of the hits. And Of course, the guy didn't write any of his music, but he got money for it. And Tommy James of Tommy James and the sandals as a good source for that, so we do go through it. The mob did control the the record industry, the film industry Las Vegas and all the nightclubs. So if you wanted to play in a nightclub, you had to deal with the mom. All right, John. Thank you, sir. And to Michael in Virginia Beach, Virginia for Bill O. Reilly, the author of killing the Mob. Uh, thank you, Jim. Mr. O Reilly. You just mentioned Frank Sinatra and the Las Vegas mob. Uh, Two years ago in January, that would have been January 2019. George Knapp interviewed the man who played A significant part in the Godfather who happened to be, um A good friend of Frank Sinatra. A problem nightclub er there in Los Vegas and the main messenger for the Boston bosses, Frank Costello in that interview with George Knapp. He revealed that he was the one who carried envelopes to all five of the Mafia families. Uh, sent by Frank Costello. To arrange for the assassination of John F. Kennedy. Yeah, Let's let let's let me let me stop you there. You're talking about a guy named Gianni Russo, who had a part in the Godfather. So we wrote killing Kennedy. And that is, I think. The best book ever written on the Kennedy assassination. The mob did not take part They wanted to They hated the Kennedys because the Kennedys turned on organized crime. Um in Chicago, Giancana engineered Illinois. To go over to JFK when Nixon really won the state. But Sam Giancana was so powerful that you talk about fraudulent elections. There you go. So the mob thought they had the Kennedys in their pocket and Jean Connor himself at a personal relationship with the patriarch of the Kennedy family, Joseph Kennedy. So, um, when Bobby Kennedy was appointed attorney general, he went after organized crime with the ferocity that no one in America ever has. Because J. Edgar Hoover was compromised by the mob. He never investigated the mob. He wouldn't even admit the Mafia. So what Rousseau puts out is false and the reason that organized crime did not try to assassinate John Orr. Bobby Kennedy was they knew it would come out and that would put an end to all of their business. Now the whole government come down so hard on them that they would be out of business. So they did not do it in the, uh, the book killing the mob page, 136 you right? By sheer coincidence At the same time that Bobby Kennedy was grilling Joseph Amato about the existence of the mob and International Mafia summit was about to begin in the upstate New York town. By Appalachian. Okay, That's a matter of history. But as are these killing books from Bill O. Reilly always do they bring in people you never heard of. For example, who is New York State Police Sergeant Edgar de Witt cross. Well, Unbelievable character. So all of these guys went up to, uh, Appalachian in New York State of very small town. This guy named Joseph Barbera had a biggest state up there. He's a Philadelphia mob boss, and they they wanted to divide up their territory because they were getting so powerful. And they didn't have any fear. As I said of the FBI, the federal government So they go up there and in their Lincoln Continentals, and they're out in the middle of the sticks, But they're all dressed in, you know, $500 sues at that time. That was a lot of money. And and this guy, the state trooper in New York State Trooper Edgar Craswell was assigned to the barracks near Barbarians house. He knew barberry. He knew he was a thug and a mobster. So all of a sudden he sees all of these Lincolns and all of these limos pull in, and he starts to surveil it. And any figures out. These are all organized crime guys coming up from Philly and New York and Boston, and they're all here in this house, so he sets up roadblocks outside the property. And he takes in all of the guys that showed up. And takes them into the state trooper barracks and starts to interrogate them. And not only does he do that he calls the breath. He calls the New York Daily News and all these papers and they run up to do this story, and that was the first time That in the national news There was proof. That these guys were associating that there was a mob the Mafia in America. That's remarkable, and so unwittingly, they proved their own existence. That's right. And they had no fear. They didn't know this guy was up there, and this guy was like an eccentric state trooper. He slept in the barracks. I mean, he wouldn't have a house. He was a fanatic to enforce the law. So we have a picture of and that's one of my favorite parts of the book. Yeah, There's a picture in here. I must say, and he looks like an accountant. And, yeah, you'd never guess you never had a lot more to come here. Great stories again. Always the hallmark of the Bill O'Reilly killing series of books. Great stories You've never heard before. Some of the events you heard about the mob best summit in Appalachian? Yeah, we know about that. We didn't know about this other stuff. It's always fascinating stuff, Bill O Reilly, our guest and again our number 18665. Oh, Jimbo 1866554626 back with more on the Bohannan show in a moment. It's pick and pull again. I'm picking. I'm Paul are responsible Citizen because he's recycling his old car for cash right less than the landfill. A new life for the part that's responsible. If.

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"bobby rydell" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

07:54 min | 2 months ago

"bobby rydell" Discussed on KOMO

"Welcome back to Jim Bohannon Show 18665 Jimbo 1866554626. Bill O'Reilly is with us. His new book in the Killing. The Mob series, which is published by ST Martin's Press, is killing the mob. The new book of the killing series, I should say, killing the mob being the latest example there of John calls in from Alexandria, Virginia. And Good evening, John. Yes, Jim. A great topic as usual. Uh, I wanted to ask build. Does his book go into it all the mob connections to the connect the contemporary music industry during the fifties and sixties, and especially a figured by the name of a Morris Levy. And what connection possible was there with the mob in the mysterious death of Bobby Fuller 55 years ago who had to hit song? I thought the law We don't get that micro into it, John, But we do bring in the fact that the mob controlled the new rock industry. And entertainment in general Frank Sinatra being the lead there. So if you want to get your record played if you were a young rock or Bobby Rydell or no and to fill it Alpha boys. Um, you had to go through organ his crime to get your record played on the radio. That was Paola. We go into that pretty heavy. And also organized crime. We're controlling a record labels, so they were always put a Mafioso as co writer of the hits. And of course, the guy didn't write any of his music. But he got money for it. And Tommy James of Tommy James and the sandals as a good source for that, So we do go through it. The mob did control the record industry. The film industry. Las Vegas and all the nightclubs. So if you wanted to play in a nightclub, you had to deal with the mob. Alright, John. Thank you, sir. And to Michael in Virginia Beach, Virginia for Bill O. Reilly, the author of killing the Mob. Uh, thank you, Jim. Mr. A Riley. You just mentioned, uh, Frank Sinatra and the Las Vegas mob. Uh uh. Two years ago in January, that would have been January 2019. George Knapp interviewed the man who played A significant part in the Godfather who happened to be, um A good friend of Frank Sinatra, fellow nightclub er there in Los Vegas and the main messenger for the boss of bosses, Frank Costello. In that interview with George Knapp. He revealed that he was the one who carried envelopes. To all five of the Mafia families. Uh, sent by Frank Costello. To arrange for the assassination of Garnet Kennedy. Yeah, Let's let let's let Let me stop You there. You're talking about a guy named Gianni Russo, who had a part in the Godfather. So we wrote killing Kennedy. And that is, I think. The best book ever written on the Kennedy assassination. The mob did not take part. They wanted to. They hated the Kennedys because the Kennedys turned on organized crime. Um in Chicago, Giancana engineered Illinois. To go over to JFK when Nixon really won the state. But Sam Giancana was so powerful that you talk about fraudulent elections. There you go. So the mob thought they had the Kennedys in their pocket and Jean Connor himself at a personal relationship with the patriarch of the Kennedy family, Joseph Kennedy. So, um, When Bobby Kennedy was appointed attorney general, he went after organized crime with the ferocity that no one in America ever has. Because J. Edgar Hoover was compromised by the mob. He never investigated the mob. He wouldn't even admit the Mafia existed. So what Rousseau puts out is false and the reason that organized crime did not try to assassinate John Orr. Bobby Kennedy was they knew it would come out and that would put an end to all of their business. Now the whole government come down so hard on them that they would be out of business. So they did not do it in the the book killing the mob page, 136 you right? By sheer coincidence at the same time that Bobby Kennedy was grilling Joseph Amato about the existence of the mob and International Mafia summit was about to begin in the upstate New York town. By Appalachian. Okay, That's a matter of history. But as are these killing books from Bill O Reilly always do they bring in people you never heard of. For example, who is New York State police Sergeant Edgar de Witt Krauze. Well, Unbelievable character. So all of these guys went up to, uh, Appalachian in New York State of very small town. This guy named Joseph Barbera had a biggest state up there. He's a Philadelphia mob boss, and he They wanted to divide up their territory because they were getting so powerful and they didn't have any fear. As I said of the FBI, the federal government So they go up there and in their Lincoln Continentals, and they're out in the middle of the sticks, But they're all dressed in, you know, $500 sues at that time. That was a lot of money. And and this guy, the state trooper in New York State Trooper Edgar Craswell was assigned to the barracks near Barbarians house. He knew barberry. He knew he was a thug and a mobster. So all of a sudden he sees all of these Lincolns and all of these limos pull in, and he starts to surveil it. And any figures out. These are all organized crime guys coming up from Philly and New York and Boston, and they're all here in this house, so he sets up roadblocks outside the property. And he takes in all of the guys that showed up. And take them into the state Trooper barracks and starts to interrogate them. And not only does he do that he calls the breath. He calls the New York Daily News and all these papers and they run up to do this story, and that was the first time That in the national news There was proof. That these guys were associating that there was a mob the Mafia in America. That's remarkable, and so unwittingly, they proved their own existence. That's right. And they had no fear. They didn't know this guy was up there. And this guy was like an eccentric state trooper. He slept in the barracks. I mean, even to have a house, he was a fanatic. To enforce the law. So we have a picture of and that's one of my favorite parts of the book. Yeah, There's a picture in here. I must say, and he looks like an accountant. Yeah, you'd never guess you never had a lot more to come here. Great stories again. Always the hallmark of the Bill O'Reilly killing series of books. Great stories You've never heard before. Some of the events you heard about the mob summit in Appalachian? Yeah, we know about that. We didn't know about this other stuff. It's always fascinating stuff, Bill O Reilly, our guest and again our number 18665 Oh, Jimbo 1866554626 back with more on the Bohannan show in a moment news, traffic and weather updates weekday morning and be listening for more stories and interviews to help you make sense of it.

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"bobby rydell" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

07:54 min | 2 months ago

"bobby rydell" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Back to Jim Bohannon Show 18665 Oh, Jimbo 1866554626. Bill O'Reilly is with us. His new book in the Killing. The Mob series, which is published by ST Martin's Press, is killing the mob. The new book and the killing series. I should say, killing the mob being the latest example thereof. John calls in from Alexandria, Virginia. And Good evening, John. Yes, Jim. A great topic as usual. Uh, I wanted to ask build. Does his book go into it all the mob connections to the connect the contemporary music industry during the fifties and sixties and especially a figure by the name of Morris Levy. And what connection possible was there with the mob in the mysterious death of Bobby 4 55 years ago who had to hit song? I fought the law. We don't get that micro into it, John, But we do bring in the fact that the mob controlled the new rock industry. And entertainment in general Frank Sinatra being the lead there. So if you want to get your record played if you were a young rock or Bobby Rydell or known to fill it Alpha boys you had to go through or get this crime to get your record played on the radio. That was pay Ola, we go into that pretty heavy. And also organized crime. We're controlling a record labels, so they always put a Mafioso as co writer of the hits. And of course, the guy didn't write any of his music. But he got money for it. And Tommy James of Tommy James and the sandals as a good source for that, so we do go through it. The mob did control of the record industry. The film industry, Las Vegas and all the nightclubs. So if you wanted to play in a nightclub, you had to deal with the mob. Alright, John. Thank you, sir. And to Michael in Virginia Beach, Virginia for Bill O. Reilly, the author of killing the Mob. Uh, thank you, Jen. Mr. O Reilly. You just mentioned, uh, Frank Sinatra and the Las Vegas mob. Uh, Two years ago in January, that would have been January 2019. George Knapp interviewed the man who played, uh, significant part in the Godfather who happened to be, um A good friend of Frank Sinatra Problem nightclub er there in Los Vegas and the main messenger for the boss of bosses, Frank Costello, in that interview with George Knapp. He revealed that he was the one who carried envelopes. To all five of the Mafia families, uh, sent by Frank Costello. To arrange for the assassination of gonna Kennedy. Let's let let's let me let me stop you there. You're talking about a guy named Gianni Russo, who had a part in the Godfather. So we wrote killing Kennedy. And that is, I think. The best book ever written on the Kennedy assassination. The mob did not take part They wanted to They hated the Kennedys because the Kennedys turned on organized crime. Um in Chicago, Giancana engineered Illinois. To go over to JFK when Nixon really won the state. But Sam Giancana was so powerful that you talk about fraudulent elections. There you go. So the mob thought they had the Kennedys in their pocket and Jean Connor himself at a personal relationship with the patriarch of the Kennedy family, Joseph Kennedy. So, um, When Bobby Kennedy was appointed attorney general, he went after organized crime of the ferocity that no one in America ever has. Because J. Edgar Hoover was compromised by the mob. He never investigated the mob. He wouldn't even admit the Mafia listed. So what Rousseau puts out is false and the reason that organized crime did not try to assassinate John Orr. Bobby Kennedy was They knew it would come out and that would put an end to all of their business. Now that all government come down so hard on them that they would be out of business, so they did not do it in the The book killing the mob page. 236 you right? By sheer coincidence at the same time that Bobby Kennedy was grilling Joseph Amato about the existence of the mob and International Mafia summit was about to begin in the upstate New York town of Appalachian. Okay, that's a matter of history. But as these killing books from Bill O Reilly always do they bring in people you never heard of. For example, who is New York State police Sergeant Edgar de Witt. Krauze. Well, unbelievable character. So all of these guys went up to, uh, appellation in New York State, A very small town. This guy named Joseph Barbera had the biggest state up there. He's a Philadelphia mob boss, and they They wanted to divide up their territory because they were getting so powerful and they didn't have any fear. As I said of the FBI, the federal government So they go up there and in their Lincoln Continentals and they're out in the middle of the sticks, But they're all dressed in, you know, $500 sues at that time. That was a lot of money. And and this guy, the state trooper, New York State Trooper Edgar Craswell was assigned to the barracks near Barberis house. He knew barberry. He knew he was a thug and a mobster. So all of a sudden he sees all of these Lincolns and all of these limos pull in, and he starts to surveil it. And any figures out. These are all organized crime guys coming up from Philly and New York and Boston, and they're all here in this house, so he sets up roadblocks outside the property. And he takes in all of the guys that showed up. And takes them into the state trooper barracks and starts to interrogate them. And not only does he do that he calls the breath. He calls the New York Daily News and all these papers and they run up to do this story, And that was the first time that in the national news There was proof. That these guys were associating that there was a mob the Mafia in America. That's remarkable, and so unwittingly, they proved their own existence. That's right. And they had no fear. They didn't know this guy was up there, and this guy was like an eccentric state trooper. He slept in the barracks. I mean, even to have a house. He was a fanatic to enforce the law. So we have a picture of that's one of my favorite parts of the book. Yeah, There's a picture in here. I must say, and he looks like an accountant. And, yeah, you'd never guess you never has a lot more to come here. Great stories again. Always the hallmark of the Bill O'Reilly killing series of books. Great stories You've never heard before. Some of the events you heard about the mob summit in Appalachian? Yes, we know about that. We didn't know about this other stuff. It's always fascinating stuff, Bill O Reilly, our guest and again our number 18665. Oh, Jimbo 1866554626 back with more on the Bohannan show in a moment. 2021 is the 25th anniversary of the Telecommunications Act. 1996 the last comprehensive update to.

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"bobby rydell" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

06:46 min | 3 months ago

"bobby rydell" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Heard of a case in point, Philly cause it's like in the sixties, when I got to North Carolina for the first time. I discovered beach music, and I've never been the same. Well, of course, Beach music has nothing to do with surf music on the West Coast, and it also in many ways has nothing to do with what's down the shore. In South Jersey. But Philly because knows all about that, and he has agreed to join us for the next hour. If you're saying who is this? I've got a link on Raleigh dot net to his Facebook group. And you can read all about it or just listen up. You'll hear all about it right here. All right, So let's see what we can do here. Hello, Philly Because welcome. Hello, Riley. It's great to hear you again, and it's just wonderful that a posted your picture and and it was like in Philadelphia. Everybody says I remember Riley and, uh, Tell her. I said hello, especially like Caesar. Berry of the Times wants to sell over here and first off. Let me just say that when you play that music That is even deep tracks for me. Yeah, Yeah, It's just terrific. And as as I say, you know, you almost have to be a local or regional even know about this, And it's just so so neat that I thought it deserved a lot more exposure. Now I got to say I know about you through your CDs, the ones that I have, and listeners call they request such as Who do you love, which I agree, is just like the perfect soul record. But tell me more about you. What got you into this? Well, I come from a musical family. My mom was the piano teacher of the neighborhood, and my uncle Jimmy Saunders took Frank Sinatra's player, he says, believe singer and average James Dan. And In fact, there's only There's only second songs. I believe that Frank Sinatra co wrote or wrote And one of them was with my uncle Jimmy Saunders. So I always have this. I was background where I always love the great American songbook of songs and I still played when I I'll be hired sometimes to play, uh, to play cocktails for something like a wedding or something. I always refer to the Great American songbook. So always had that with me as a kid, my my mom when she was a preteen Her father owned a bakery in South Philadelphia was spotted bakery and because my uncle was sort of like the the Bobby Rydell of the day, it's definitely he would bring home. To visit and bring home Harry James. He brought, uh, a lot of lot of people that at the time if you're retaining properties, so the people at Johnny Desmond and my Grand Pop's house Was something so I grew up with all these stories. Um, I then I get into when I get into high school we have We have a band high school band, and we actually We did pretty good word for you. We were legends in our own minds. But we did get a lot of TV and we did a lot of rascal stuff and, uh, hang on sloopy kind of things. But we were on TV with that Hearst, but the Al Karama sure and, uh, Then I went Then we had another group. We opened for cookie jar on the crumbs when I was 17, and this is at the barn in Wildwood, New Jersey, So I start playing the clubs in Wildwood when I'm 17. And it was a very good year. 1968. We could drive this week. I don't know if you're familiar cookie jar, but he's uh He's sort of like the fixture in the clubs and casinos down in Las Vegas. So, um, I heard him singing. I was with my friends because I do the This engine Arrow feast in Las Vegas, which is one of largest outdoor feast in the city, and I was walking and I hurt. And and my friends with the you know, that is that's cookie jar and, uh and I went up to him. I said, Hey, I've been seeing you since 1968. We had a good old time reuniting, but we all come from. It's funny when I'm in Las Vegas. I'm doing the same music for the the crowd there. I'm doing my wild with days. I'm doing it all the way to Cape May and the people love it. They There's a lot. Of course, there's a lot of Philly people there. But there's a lot of entertainers that come from This area here. The South Jersey Philadelphia area and the thing about us in Philadelphia. Is that In fact, last night I was watching the show and they were like They did this thing where they they're knocking. It was one of these old films, uh, about the seventies, and they were knocking Jersey and from the Philadelphia perspective, we always looked at South Jersey has the Garden state And it was always beaches. It was paradise. So my family got a house there north in Wildwood. First we live with my Aunt Lucy, my next door neighbor in that house in Montgomery having it was Bobby Rydell. So I have pictures of me playing two and touching the street with Bobby, and then we moved to North. Wow. It's so all my life I had this speech experience. And it's a different brand of beach, you know, And I know that the Carolinas have their brand, which is which is actually sort of takes a lot of Philadelphia and, uh but we we would have like a The mixture of the band, Stan Pop and the R and B The Philly Rmd. And I just built upon that, and boy. Oh, boy, Did you ever develop a following from that? I'll tell you, Uh, you know, there's a There's a lot of local and regional performers, but you have you have pretty much made yourself a brand. Well, Yeah, well, I appreciate you saying that the sort of stumbled upon it. Because I was playing piano and, um One of the hotels and Avalon. And people wanted to hear at the time. This is going back around like the nineties, mid nineties at the time, people wanted to hear all the way to Cape May all the time was like the Summer anthem of the Delaware Valley, and probably a lot of your listeners don't know it, but it's in YouTube. Philly Cause YouTube has it, but the point was that I said, Well, let me let's go back in. You know, re imagine this song because the way it was presented with Al Alberts and cozy morally, It was sort of like Much fun together the the the World War two generation. And then I said, Let me let me put a Bobby Darin swing kind arrangement to this anyway. Then that got me into making an album When I made the album I put like down by the ocean..

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"bobby rydell" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

03:01 min | 7 months ago

"bobby rydell" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Look into that? I mean, he just went there. He was night. He was not the funniest guy in the world. Nobody thought I was serious. I mean, it's not the water really did And I couldn't believe that you do. You grew up. Who was your next door neighbor? I'll be right down right down and body is a dear friend of mine is you've known him your whole life. But there was so many kids in that neighborhood What went on to become musical and actors and teen idols. And I mean, you know Pat Martino of the great Guitars Yes, is from you Take a 10 block radius. You have marry ELISA, Eddie Fisher, Buddy Greco, Martino Martino, Bobby Rydell, Frankie Avalon faded. Pat Martino, Sonny Gayle, It's somebody I know. I'm leaving out a lot of people, but so many wonderful, talented people, not only singers Uh, musicians, but but writers, I mean, it just suddenly. Greetings. It was a lot of creativity in your neighborhood. For some reason. It just sort of. I swear to you. I don't know what a breeding ground for creativity. Yeah, I think I mean, it's interesting. I have to re read the boat. But it's kind of explains why this whole music thing came into this particular area of Philadelphia on I mean, the Philadelphia in general. His sponsor. Great great talent, Of course, Grace Kelly, of course, cause me the real Smith. And then you go on round there, too. But on why that is, I don't know. But this one particular area where All these fingers gave Robert so. So now you your school age on it. What is 13 or 14? Are you singing in school? You're saying? Well, I'm gonna get out of school and this is what I want to pursue. I mean, it was your grandmother pushing you to do this was there. I never just encouraging. Obvious never sang in school. Really? Never. Um, I was too shy. Leave it in our interest, but I would get up and sing in weddings. Whatever wedding was happening, I'd be singing at it and doing impressions, you know? So it was that that was my my, My, I guess training ground and there was so many buddies in South Philly. Is that what you did? The wedding's? Yeah, I sang at the wedding. I would just get up. You know, I was a kid 12 years old. I was never asked to do it. You know, I would volunteer. Actually have you had this place? But I did know which was not an Italian would know that's close. But the thing is, I didn't have it in school. I could never get up perform in school. Why? I don't know. It was interesting. I was so bloody shy in school, and I never liked school to be good, but But that wasn't the reason. I just I just never performed but it weddings I don't know. Maybe I had. Maybe I snuck a glass of wine or something. Got some great grandmother probably said, Well, you know,.

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"bobby rydell" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

07:23 min | 8 months ago

"bobby rydell" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Case in point, Phil because it's like in the sixties, when I got to North Carolina for the first time. Discovered beach music and I've never been the same. Well, of course, Beach music has nothing to do with surf music on the West Coast, and it also in many ways has nothing to do with what's down the shore. In South Jersey. But Philly because knows all about that, and he has agreed to join us for the next hour. If you're saying who is this? I've got a link on rolly dot net to his Facebook group. And you can read all about it or just listen up. You'll hear all about it right here. All right, So let's see what we can do here. Hello, Philly Because welcome. Hello, rally. It's great to be Oh, here you again and it's just wonderful. A posted your picture and and it was like and fill it up. Everybody says I remember rally and, uh Until I said hello, especially like Caesar. Berry of the Times wants to sell over here and I first off. Let me just say that when you play that that music That that is even be tracks for May. Yeah? Yeah, Z just terrific. And a zay say, you know, you almost have to be a local or regional even know about this, And it's just so so neat that I thought it deserved a lot more exposure. Now I got to say I know about you through your CDs, the ones that I have, and listeners call they request such a zoo. Who do you love, which I agree is just like the perfect soul record. But tell me more about you. What got you into this? Well, I come from musical family. My mom was the piano teacher of the neighborhood and my uncle Jimmy Saunders took Frank Sinatra's place, he says Police Center and Harry James band And in fact, there's only there's only second songs. I believe that Frank Sinatra co wrote or wrote, And One of them was with my Uncle Jimmy Saunders. So I always have this have his background where I always loved the great American songbook of songs and I still playing when I I'll be hard sometimes to play to play cocktails for something like a wedding or something. I always refer to the Great American songbook. So always had that with me as a kid, my my mom when she was a preteen Her father on the bakery and south Philadelphia was spotted bakery and because my uncle was would have liked the the Bobby Rydell of the day in South Philly, he would bring home Visit and bring home Harry James. He brought a lot of lot of people that at the time of your tiny box, so the people of Johnny Desmond and my grandpa pops of house Was something so I grew up with all the stories I then I get into when I get into high school we have. Ah, we have a band High school band, and we actually We did pretty good. Where were you? We were legends in our own minds. But we did get a lot of TV. And we did a lot of rascal stuff and, uh, hang on sloopy kind of things, but we were on TV with that hearse. But the Al Karama sure and then I went home. Then we had another group. We opened for cookie jar on the crumbs when I was 17 and this is at the barn in Wildwood, New Jersey, So I start playing the clubs. And why would when I'm 17 And it was a very good year. 1968. We could be drive this week. E don't have your familiar, including jar, but, uh He's sort of like the picture in the clubs and the casinos down in Las Vegas. So, uh, I heard him sing and I was with my friends because I do the The San Genero feast in Las Vegas, which is one of largest outdoor feast in in the city, and I was walking and I hurt. And and my friends would be, you know, that is that's cookie jar. And, uh and I went up to my should. I haven't seen you since 1968. We had a good old time We're uniting, but we will come from. It's funny when I'm in Las Vegas. I'm doing the same music for the Crowder. I'm doing my wild with days. I'm doing all the way to Cape May and the people love it. They lot. Of course There's a lot of Philly people there, but there's a lot of entertainers. They come from. This area here. The South Jersey Philadelphia area and the thing about US and Philadelphia Is that In fact, last night I was watching the show and they were like He did this thing where they were knocking. It was one of these old films about the seventies, and they were knocking Jersey and from the Philadelphia perspective, we always looked at South Jersey has the Garden state And it was always beaches. It was paradise. So my family's got a house there in north and while Woods first we live with my my aunt Lucy. My next door neighbor in that house of Montgomery having it was Bobby right down. So I have pictures of me playing too and touching the street with Bobby, and then we moved to North Wildwood to all my life. I had this speech experience. And it's a different brand of beach. You know, I know that you have the Carolinas have their brand, which is which is actually sort of takes a lot of Philadelphia and but we way having like a The mixture of the bandstand pop. And the arm did Philly arm Day. And I just felt upon that and boy did you ever developed a following from that? I'll tell you, you know, there's there's a lot of local and regional performers. But you have you have pretty much made yourself a brand. Well, Yeah, well, I appreciate you saying that the total stumbled upon it. Because I was playing piano on, Um One of the hotels and Avalon. And people wanted to hear at the time. This is going back to round like the nineties, mid nineties and at the time people wanted Tonto here on the way to Cape May all the time was like me. Summer anthem of the Delaware Valley and Probably a lot of delicious don't know it. But it Zen YouTube because you two has it. But the point was that I said, Well, let me go back in. You re imagine this song because the way it was presented with Al Alberts and cozy morally, It was sort of like Was for you to be the World War. Two generators. And then I said, Let me let me put a Bobby Darin swing kind arrangement to this anyway. Then that got me into making an album. When I made the album I put like down by the ocean on a couple do wop songs on there. I started noticing number one. They loved my rendition of all the way to Cape May have got the front page news story of the Sunday Philadelphians choir, which was back then was a big deal because 4001 people reading newspapers every day. And there was this Sunday and was the front page story my album and we got my mom who was the most ruthless record promoter at the time. She was about like 79 80 years old. And she got me on all these boardwalk stores. You got me and Barnes and Noble's got me by the places. And then I.

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"bobby rydell" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

02:33 min | 8 months ago

"bobby rydell" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"With us on the Ramsey Mazda Sundays with Sinatra. I love it. Thanks for the social correspondents there on social media. We appreciate it, you know? Hey, I got a soak. So you know, my buddy Nikki had told you about earlier from from Jersey and Essex County. He reminded me it had to be that had to be 20 years ago. 25 years ago, we were at the National Italian American Foundation in Washington, D C. I had done a show. I had the privilege of having Vincent Falcone. Vinnie Falcone. Hey, was not working with Mr Sinatra at that time in the so he'd go out with me, man, and I had the great Benny Falcone, the full band. I'll never forget it and we had the greatest shows that knee off national Italian American Foundation and we go down there. Afterwards afterwards. This was great. We go and we're in the bar, right? And I guess it was at the B the Hilton down there in Washington, D. C. So I'm sitting around and then with my son, Joey, Joey was down there the time. Bobby Rydell was there. Check it out. Bobby kind enough to join us last week right of the show, and Tommy Lasorda was there and Nikki and Frank muscly from Norman's. I remember everybody was there and we were there, and Tommy would just hold court. Tommy would just hold court. But I would love to the tick. Talk to Bobby about the music and certainly to Vincent Falcone. So you know, it's just great to remember Tommy Lasorda and the great times that we had, but also the late, great many Falcone. So if I may I really think Mr Sinatra and this is just me performed as he got older at his best with Vincent Falcone. At the baton and at the piano. So this is from one of my favorite albums because I love the texture of Mr Sinatra's voice as he got older, and when he did the album trilogy This is a great classic song conducted and arranged by Vinnie Falcone. We Mr Sinatra singing Street of Dreams. Oh, my. I've sat a king. Things don't mean nothing on the street of dreams. Really was broken into. On be made like new on the street in me,.

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"bobby rydell" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

05:10 min | 9 months ago

"bobby rydell" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Basie from 1965, a show called Hollywood Palace on ABC just happened to find that and I'll tell you what that is as good as it gets and Mr Sinatra's vocal performance during that. That show was spectacular, and that's why I wanted to put it on the airwaves here. Hey, it's Joe Piscopo and Ramsey Mazda's Sundays with Sinatra right here on legendary 77 W. ABC. Proud to be with you and interesting I like on prefer Frank Sinatra's voice. When it was older. I think it was introduced to him when I started doing the impression on Saturday night Live where you could hear the wisdom and the wisdom and the experience And that and that epic history that Sinatra history, you know, in his voice. I like it when when he was doing two shows a night in Vegas, and you could hear it in his voice, you know, but there On live television. You know, for the millions of people the clarity of his voice was second to none. Francis Albert So not just selling accelerating everything about banks, and I'm so excited, Bobby. Right? Girls on the show. I'm Bobby right now is one of the most talented cats in the world. He's out there, working all the time. I called him. I said, Bobby, you want to come on the show? He has some great Frank Sinatra stories. Don't forget. He's a kid when he first met Frank Sinatra and Frank Sinatra always appreciated the talents of Bobby Rydell. And then the Carol alters a longtime friend. She's my buddy, you know. And she told me that the cutest freighter that just I just called her dad being Richard going over the show. I said, Cal, you gotta call it tell the story. She was actually had dinner at Frank Sinatra's house in Beverly Hills. I leave it at that. I'll tease that all right, And now you could or you could call in if you want 808 For a W A B C 808 48 w A B C. It's 9222. 8489222 800 here. Every Toronto volleys is running the board. Bruce is running the phones as Jennifer running the phone so good. We want a nice surprise. Jennifer. What are you cold with your jacket on? Just got the jacket on there. Now we're all like freezing. It's a A okay, well, we appreciate it. I'll tell you what it's a cold. You know, Windy night. It's a little snowing a little rainy, but we want to swing you through Sunday nights in the best of ways with the listening to Frank Sinatra. I have to tell you this too, before I introduce this next song, if I may Let go live from New York, by the way. So you know, back in the day I remember I was in a little town called Alpine, New Jersey, which is as Northwest is you can go in the great state of New Jersey. I lived there for a while, and I remember Remember Eddie Murphy was living in Long Island and then I convinced Eddie when he ran into some situations in Long Island, he said. That's far in this and that I should come to Alpine man. Eddie Murphy moved to help buy New Jersey. So it's be it's Piscopo did he went out, But it was so while because he had all these, you know these these cars like the Excalibur and a Rolls Royce going down the street. I was driving my Jeep Wagoneer, you know? And it was just so much fun, and it was some now. Now I send my son Joey, my beautiful son, Joey, who was just a baby. Then I send the Alpine school system. I find out who's in the school system. Stevie Wonder's kids. Go. Whoa! Stevie Wonder's in town to this was a little now It's like real. She she? I think Britney Spears is in there. Everybody's up in Alpine, New Jersey, you know. And I, we I moved that one. After Westerners. You got too expensive for me, but sure. I went out the West jersey you know? So so now I got to go to home school home and school night. Listen this and and I go there and I'm a father, you know, and And I'm just being at the the parent teacher. Night and there, Stevie, Stevie went now I knew Stevie Edina. You Stevie? Of course from when he was on Saturday Night Live and he never minded. You know, Stevie and I doing out you are black and I am white. You are blind as a bat that I have sight he'd ever by the great guy and I could remember going to Stevie's house and going over and we would just hang out playing pool and just having fun. Yeah, he did absolutely everything. It was such a nice guy. So cut toe all all those years later, my son Michael, my other son, Michael's 18 years old plays a guitar like Steve by the grace of God like Stevie Ray Vaughan. You know, he plays like Jimi Hendrix. He hears it. He really picked it up. And Phillips ace and the admires album, Eola and all these great guitarists, right, But then he says to me just the other week e a couple weeks ago. Hey, Dad, you know who's the greatest musician in the world? I go? The whole goes Stevie wonder this my 18 year old. I know what Well, How did you pick that? It's like I told them what I just told you about it because you knew Stevie Wonder said. We hung out. We did the sketches and He hit me and Eddie and we used to hang out a little bit, Joe. We went to school with the kids. So I'm telling you for my young 18 year old son who really knows more like a blues rock guitar to understand the genius of Stevie Wonder. It tells you how great a Stevie wonder really is. And what a beautiful person he really is. And you know what? Nobody knew that better. Than Francis Albert Sinatra. As you can hear, Hear from the main event in 1974 and my favorite thing about this song as he pays homage, Frank Sinatra pays homage to Stevie Wonder is the way the old man and when I told him this I told him was that that fires rose..

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"bobby rydell" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

05:25 min | 1 year ago

"bobby rydell" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"You were going to be playing with the Golden Boys, Fabian and Frankie Avalon. So I mean, how hard is it been for you guys and I'm sure you had to cancel a lot of things. Well, yeah, of course, you know hard, not not really hard. But you know, just, you know, just staying at home, not be able to, you know, get on stage again and work with an orchestra and and see the fans. You know, That's what I miss most that sits. I can't wait to get back to sing again. Now, Bobby since she grew up just a few blocks from Fabian, and it was at the time that Dick Clark American Bandstand was right out of Philadelphia. Mike Douglas show out of Philadelphia was like the epicenter of a lot of the entertainment industry a lot of the broadcasting industry but also knows an Italian American having spent a lot of time in South Philly. You had to go to the shrine and Marconi Plaza there and pay homage to Christopher Columbus. The statue, Christopher, that's correct. Yes. And as you know, that has become a battleground. That song in Philly wanted down, others have protected it. It's been protected by plywood now, so a new generation doesn't get a chance to look at it the same way you and I and others have spent on South Philly. What do you were feeling on? You know? Well, you know if you're to the deli on, you know if you're totally Italian. What they're doing like that, you know, not only took over the Christopher Columbus of off a lot of statues is absolutely ridiculous. And, you know, thank God and South Philadelphia predominantly in a Italian area, and they really they they they don't want. That's that you've taken down. I mean, Christopher Columbus discovered America a valid gone. You know? Come on, let's face it, you know, grow up for crying out loud. Do you? Do you do any sort of celebrating? Is this kind of Ah, you know, I know a lot of people use this holiday as sort of their way to celebrate the Italian heritage. Even if they're not Italian is kind of like this is kind of like ST Patrick's Day. We all are. Do you have celebrations? Do you have any sort of thing that you do, or is it just, you know a day to think about your Italian heritage? I think about the integrity of my Italian heritage all the time. But hopefully today I'll just have a nice dish of scuttle and beans. Maybe a glass of Chianti. The best guy I know with the nice, Burt told the second press version of Oil. A few good piece is a really good Italian bread. That's a meal in itself. Final question. Bobby Roll. Yes. Yes, sir. I grew up in Brooklyn. You grew up in South Philly. We all know Christopher Columbus took four voyages. West, hoping to find India but discovered the Americas. But I will not wrong. It took a wrong turn. But he he didn't just pay a visit. He stood for awhile, unlike in awaited every two red leaf Erickson all of those, but what I was taught four voyages. Four ships. The Nina the Pinter, the Santa Emery Marie. So you would talk to him was I thought I thought it was just the three of the Pentagon and the same thing. We're telling you. I was thought for the Nina. The Pinto. The Santa and the Maria are being taught by what an Irish teacher though Yes, I was. I was sick nuns who told me that Saint Brendan. The navigator actually discovered in the world that I said Oh, far, sister. Thank God hit so hard. My mother felt the vibrations. I understand exactly what you're talking about. Well, we're going to keep you on our agenda. I know I'd love to see you up in in New York and upstate New York. My husband, our actually thinking about doing a little love. A little weekend road trips, and maybe we'll head up there. If we do, I'll make sure that they let you know, but also, you know, wonderful to have you here. It's a great great day. We appreciate you joining us and we hope to talk with you soon. Well, thank you ever so much. The last time I did the Columbus Day Parade in New York City. That was quite a few years ago, I was with my dear friend Joe Piscopo, and that was a wonderful, wonderful day. Well, we hope after Corona virus leaves us you'll have that opportunity to do it again. The great Bobby Right, Del. He was so iconic in the sixties, you went to Palisades Park swings all day and after dark, and there was our own cousin Brucie. Introducing him and legions of young teenybopper girls, including my oldest sister leader. Just swoon. Oh, yeah. And you could see more about Bobby Rydell schedule coming up. It's on his website Bobby Rydell dot com Thanks for joining us today. Always a pleasure. Thank you Ever so much Happy? Christopher Columbus. Thanks, doctor. This is the rundown on 77. WNBC. Right. Here's what's trending 12 Probate update to a new study out of Australia, suggesting Corona virus can't survive on dollar bills and cell phone screens for nearly a month. New York City officials, meantime, handing out more than $150,000 in covert related finds over the weekend ranging from 1000 to 15,000,.

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"bobby rydell" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

09:26 min | 1 year ago

"bobby rydell" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Juliet Curtis. We're talking about the pretentious one. Yeah, I'm nip it in one. And you evil eyes. Cuomo, King Cuomo, the second at Santa Maria. Fuck! Brutal! Cuomo King the first, Please. May I give him his salute? That's why I said, please. And you, uh, send a maid to sue Provenzano's foci man Like your father, Mario, you are And May I mention that you are also based on what happened yesterday. Whiskey Phosa, which is where Senate Sfaxien well to impair the FCC from trying to figure out what I said. There are different dialects in Italy. I happen to be trained in the body styles. Erica's collaborates Giuliano Napolitano, and then there's the pretentious ones from up in the north, who think they know more than everyone who came out of the south. We'll leave it at that. But before we talk about the nursing home crisis that Cuomo was responsible for, although he's running away from it and blaming everybody But himself. Did you hear the new that was just announcing that promo. You talk about people in their seventies eighties and 90 sore and nursing homes. If I would have walked through. If you were to walk through jets at Giulietta, there'd be some recognition. What if this guy Bruce Moral, a k a cousin Brucie would have walked through. They would be swooning because they would all have stories. Of when they were growing up. Listening to cousin Brucie. Right here on W. A. B. C was a fixture for 13 years from 1961 on the guy was chosen out of all the W A. B C jocks. To introduce the Beatles at Shea Stadium. Oh, I didn't realize that. Oh, yeah, man, I know that that I know the WNBC did. I think a live broadcast from their hotel room and you could hear all the girls freaking out outside seeing all the W A B c jingles. And when Ed Sullivan introduced them, they're wass cousin Brucie. Bruce tomorrow he he almost became, like the fifth Beatle, you know, Let's pole It was John Lennon. It was Ringo. It was Harrison Wright on DH there. Wass Bruce Marl. Do they know that? Yeah, I think I think he was referred to us the fifth Mito. I'm a stand to be incorrect. I gotta be honest. I wasn't a big W. Abc listeners the all Americans I listen, Tio. W. M. C, which was the good guys because they would like break songs. Where's W A. B C was like a national station and everybody listen from all over America, and they would play just a hit, and it would be repetitive and actually, at one point, it was W All the time. Beatles station. Yeah. I mean, it was me. I do love the Beatles but not always great and probably had the best ratings of any station ever in the history of radio. Route tomorrow. Cousin Bruce. She contributed to that the other place I saw him was at Palisades Park Swing sold A and after dark, Bobby, right? That was there because my sister Lita love Bobby Rydell out of Philadelphia. Aunt he was introducing. Probably Rideout had the world's largest saltwater pool. Ah, and there was the theme that said Palisades Park swings all day and after dark and heated right in the shadow of the George Washington Bridge on the church, he shall wait, so tell me, so he's going to be hosting a show. On Saturday night and not just any show. Three hour entertainment extravaganza where he's spending stacks of wax because when they first when he first came on in 1961 W. ABC right, the biggest station in the nation. He had to run his own turntable. Like all the jocks, they had to play their own vinyl. I don't know if he'll be doing that anymore. I doubt it, but there will be tuned, said he will play from the fifties sixties seventies eighties. So for people my age and older It will bring back a hell of a lot of memories. And when you talk about a guy with the commercials, nobody did it better than cousin Brucie. Bruce Morrow. I'm so I'm happy to hear that we're You know, being more supportive that bringing music in because that's my passion. Yeah, well, that's maybe I can start convincing them to let me start playing my music again in off that on that surely have way do wantto have young people listening to the station as well. I mean, it's not just just the older crew we want to bring in some younger, you know, podcasts and stuff like that compete with Cousin Brucie, a K A. Bush tomorrow, the icon in the business. Do I think that I can compete with him? Well, why would we be competed? I'm just saying he's going to have three hours on. Also do interviews with all the stars and starlets of the era. Who is, you know, I think it's I think it's great. I'm just saying, You know, if we're if we're focusing on maybe bring some music back. I'd love to do a music. You know my own little music thing 90. You've got to convince our owner eighties nineties John catch him a tedious because he's out of that era. Also, he actually so I think Cousin Brucey for the first time at Palisades Park. Swing's old and after dark, so this is going to be great in the one great thing about country Mushi. As Bigas. He Waas he'd pick up the telephone. He talked to the CEO of Macy's Herald at the time, which up the biggest department store in Americans say Hey, you want to do business with you? I'll do. Ah, store openings out. Do whatever you need. You advertise with me, and they did. They did. He had that kind of juice. So anyway, good news, and it's all starting September 5th Saturday night, three hours of nonstop entertainment. Which you really haven't heard much of on AM radio in a month of Sundays, but it's all coming back on numbers. 1 808 for a W A B C, but now we get to Andrew Evil eyes. Cuomo, whose father Mario Cuomo. Listen to W. A. B. C. When they were spending stacks of wax. Almost everybody did. But Andrew Evil eyes Cuomo. Will not acknowledge that they're even needs to be an independent investigation of why all the elderly people died in the nursing homes under his supervision. This is a bipartisan Investigation. Democrats have joined with Republicans think like almost on her, exactly, and I I'm grateful for Democrats for doing this because they need to not be cowards need to stand up, Tio this chi and to anybody else who misbehaves. But the fact is that apparently, Cuomo thinks that this is redundant because his guy, Dr Zucker already did an investigation. And then he said, No, you guys are all crazy. So how does the director of the Department of Health for the state of New York who was side by side with Cuomo and all this has bloody hands himself? End up doing the investigation of himself. His Department of Health and Andrew Home owes role in this well because political folks have become so powerful and there are little their little cat balls are also funning that nobody calls him out. That's why I'm telling you start start calling out your own side, and maybe the other side will start calling out there's now resting at some point They are going to issue every question always starts with a request. The annual Cuomo the calm in front of the state Legislative Committee, again, comprised of equal numbers of Republicans and Democrats, who won't want insists that Cuomo hasn't come up with. And Cuomo has said no, They shouldn't be an investigation. Of course, he says, Know what it's like. But what does he think if they subpoena the governor, which they have the power to do? The chairman of the committee, a Democrat because they were in the majority and both of state assembly in the state Senate. Would he reject in his pompous, pretentious on impotent way We reject a subpoena to come testify, which is required by law. Well, you know, we have a history of people rejecting subpoenas in this country recently, but I think that it's absolutely absurd that he actually thinks that he's going to get away with not Being investigated. I mean, this is it. It couldn't be more obvious, but I think the interesting twist to this story is I know a lot of you Guys watch Fox News and Janice Dean, who has been the meteorologist there. Um I've known Janice for years. I mean, when she first showed up there, we became very close friends. We know we've since kind of gone our separate ways because we just don't you know, our lives are sort of on different paths. But no, but we would she generally like when the hurricane's coming through inclement weather, you know she does the fox of the morning stuff through the early afternoon, but She's non political. I mean, really, she's She's not a political person, you know, and I've gone out to lunch with her since I left Fox and certain things were being covered. And you know, we've had honest talks about that. She is a very apolitical person. But her mother and father in law both died in nursing homes because of the Corona virus, and because of Basically Cuomo having blood on his hands and shoving these people in there, you know people, and I've heard her interviewed by Bernard McGurk and shit. Worlds of murder on the morning show was very compelling. She talked about both of Ah, her relatives, the mother and her father in law being housed..

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"bobby rydell" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"bobby rydell" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Speakers just say play seventy seven WABC traffic and transit up next traffic and transit good afternoon there's a backup on two eighty seven in Westchester county eastbound from this spring brook after the Bronx river parkway and if you're leaving Westchester county by the Tappan Zee bridge heading directly we get a delay coming off of the Tappan Zee bridge getting onto the Thruway heading up to three oh three where we have an accident also a lot of heavy traffic in the Bronx westbound cross Bronx is jammed from Westchester Avenue out to the George Washington bridge heavy delays over the northbound southbound begin coming into the cross Bronx and the Throgs neck bridges specially heavy in both directions got a lot of traffic on the white stone as well but go for the latest on whether you're heading into the Bronx or queens heavy traffic in Brooklyn out down the line as he slammed from the belt split right on into the Verrazano bridge I'm G. Chile's talk radio seventy seven WABC yeah hi Larry is Bobby Rydell so many amazing gasket you're gonna hear at you can hear the music as well right here on seventy seven WABC on the fourth of July we are proud to partner with the tunnel to towers foundation to honor our frontline heroes this fourth of July and we present to you starting at six PM and all American fourth of July celebration like I said it's gonna be music that takes away back to the sixties really really great great stuff so let's beat the sound track for you to your holiday as we honor our frontline heroes on the fourth.

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"bobby rydell" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

The Tony Kornheiser Show

13:20 min | 1 year ago

"bobby rydell" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

"Thought he was older than I thought he was older than that. So he's a real baby was a baby. Yeah he is in the movie. His character is the chancery character. The idol maker. I have talked about this movie for years and years and years. I don't know if anybody can even find this movie anymore. You seen at the. It's really really good and really liked it. So that's Fabian Forte. That was this was doing. What now That's a good question. I thought at one point. He toured with Bobby Rydell gene. And I know well we saw yes. We did Bobby Rydell and Frankie Avalon and Fabian. I thought had soared some sort of a reunion tour as recently as five six years ago. it doesn't say what he's doing. Okay I'm not sure touring anymore. But this was his first big hit reached number one the talks in nineteen nineteen nineteen fifty nine written by. I don't know this dude duck poems and mort Shuman Y- dot Com is apparently Fabian manager said how needed write me a song own and so the manager was a guy named Bob. Marcucci this is the story of Bob Marcucci and it than the actor who played him passed away sometime. Back I've forgotten his name. It's not Roy Scheider but it's something sort of like my Scheider in any case in any case Let me talk for while I. I've got to tell you the hotel story so I went to. I went to the Super Bowl I went to the Super Bowl because it was in south Florida I have friends in south Florida. I have some relatives in south Florida and and I saw them saw them took them to dinner one night and what I thought was a very bad ed restaurant but I took the most recommended to me was close to the hotel And I went because I knew that I could play some golf and I wanted to play golf because it's the middle of the winter and I just thought that would that would be refund. Do I had an invitation from the Great Jack Vardaman to play. Its seminal ended up playing not only would the Greg Jack Vardaman but with the Great Jimmy Dunn and when we were done John on the range on the putting green the Great Sam rees was there so all of the three and Michael knows this. Well Michael knows that. I Adore these three people which is why calm the grates and I saw them all. And it made me extremely happy. It made me happy the night before. We played seminal to go to the reef grill which is A fresh fish fish restaurant In Juno Beach where if you are wearing an actual shirt that you're overdressed. I mean the t shirt you can wear. And but it's the food is great and and Vitamin knows the owner. So well and he'd Sorolla time so he was able to get us a table for seven and we could walk in and as Michael knows does you don't walk in like you put you in another restaurant at the other side of the mall to Small Little Mall and you wait there for hours before you get into the Reef Brillon because Jack Vardaman we got in and had a wonderful and a place he might run into. PJ Tour player as readily as a CEO. I ran into Rob Rob Manfred and talked to him for a little little bit. You know the President the Commissioner Baseball. Yeah was yes. It's that it's that kind of place so I wanted to go. I wanted to play Indian Creek. I got to play Indian creek with Tom. Baltimore or WHO's a member. I was very very thrilled to that will be an I well. We'll von Yes. Mike did not play that that day or did eighty play that day. I remember Tom Baltimore Al.. I know Mike didn't play because his foot hurt. But we played seminole with Mike with Jimmy. Dan Would Jack Vardaman with Matt Kelleher and me. When around five and and played really the only rule at seminole is play fast? There's a sign that says if you're good play quickly if you're not good play more quickly the minute Mister Dunne will run you off the court well so so this was great. It was absolutely great and I played Emerald Dunes twice With socialite and I really had a good time and that was really why went and the rest of it working at the Super Bowl. I know what that is. I've done that a number of times. I also wanted to go to dinner with Levitan. I took laboratory Kelleher and Lebatardshow Valerie. Dinner so that very early in the week. Monday's that was really really nice to do all these things the rest of it. I'm familiar with I know how it works folks Miami beach was extraordinarily crowded. As you knew it would be And so it's hard to get to the places where we were actually filming the show but they weren't that far away and that is warrant that far away so the only question then becomes. Where am I gonNA stay? What is the hotel? Where am I going to stay? Well the hotel is called all the National Hotel it was built in nineteen thirty nine it it. It's logo has nineteen thirty nine so that makes it eighty years old at some point point My Wife said to me. I think I came to this hotel when I was a kid with my parents I said are you sure she said I think so. I don't know him said okay. And yet the two great hotels in Miami Beach of my youth and these are the hotels of the youth of a child child of Jewish parentage in New York City the hotels are the fountain blue in the Eden. Roc You went to the fountain blue the you made it. Okay Okay the Fountain Blue and the Eden Roc the executives of ESPN state at the Eden. Roc I asked to stay at the Rock and I was told there was no room. No you go go over there. Go to the national. I get to the national and I had heard I hadn't heard great things about the Nash. I'd heard what Dan Le Batard says. You're not going to like it. You're just you. You're not going to like it. Was this after. You forced him to take pictures of the lobby where he volunteered. He said I'm walk away. I will take pictures for you. I'll go into a room and he did all these things. I still have them on my phone and he said I just he said it's okay but I don't think you're going to like it so I did what I do. which is I endeavoured to get out before I even got there at all? I endeavored to get out of the hotel and I got a list of a whole bunch of hotels and I was told in no uncertain terms. No you can't stay at any of those hotels because super bowl week they are. You know they're four times what they normally are. This is of course. This is the same story story as yes. You can have a car service. But it's two thousand eight hundred so I get I get to the hotel and and I check into the hotel and they say we have a room with an ocean view now laboratory told me the rooms with the ocean views. They don't have any balconies Kinney's Salt Lake a cruise ship. They don't have anything like that. You just get to look at the ocean so they send me. They give me a room on the third floor and it has an ocean view. I I go into the room. The room has two beds. There is if you want to turn around in the bathroom you need to lose about fifteen thousand walk straight in you can walk straight out which in turn around in the bathroom and there's no place on the floor for me to do anything from my back I cannot. There's not enough room with two beds. There's not enough room to get on the ground. I can't get on the ground and I don't really have an ocean view because because it's blocked by another wing of the hotel it's blocked. I have a theoretical ocean view. That's the county. I don't have a practical. Should you so go go downstairs. Say you know Gee I don't have an ocean view. Could you change my room. Nee move me from the third floor two I think the ninth floor. It's the exact same room on the ninth floor. I have ocean view but I can't get on the ground. That's got two beds. I don't need to bed some one personal need to bet So I make a call to someone at ESPN. All it's you know can i. Is there any chance I can get something else and they say stay right there. Don't worry about a thing within. I Dunno five minutes people. Come to my room. Start loading my stuff. They're gonNA move me. They're gonNA move me. They moved me one door left. One door left now. This has now this has one. It's small again. It has an ocean in view. It has One dead and I can get down on the ground at Camp Roll around. That can't really. I can just lay down as if if I'm in a coffin. It's you know I say to myself. You know what this is the way it's going to be. This is the way it's going to be so don't worry about it I stay. Hey there one night and then I tried to jump out the window cranks A guy who works for ESPN named Seth Markman who who was in charge of their football He says you know. I think I can get you into the Cabana Wing. Now that is the wing that the first room was was was blocked by and these things looked pretty nice. Mean they have Little terraces you can't see the ocean. They face the pool. It's the oddest pool. Oh it's like a hundred and twenty feet long and ten feet wide and it's completely shaded by big palm trees. I didn't NC. I saw one person there a week. I saw one person in the pool. One person and there was another pool. 'cause the need to understand that when you walk out the back you're you're you're on the beach. I mean that that's what you're selling in Miami beach access to the beach so a lot of I'd never went out there. But what was the point in that but you know others others did that but so anyway so says I think I can get you in the Po- Oh I forgot one thing There was a suite in the hotel and I was told the sweet you you can have the sweet But it's an extra thousand dollars a day. Would you like to pay that. And I said No. I'm GonNA pass on that. No no thank you. But Seth Markman got me into the Cabana area for the exact same price. You know that that my room was and it was larger and nicer. It was very nice I did find out that a lot of people who were allegedly talent. Were already in there but I got there but I got there through the wonder of Seth Markman the only thing wrong and I stayed there and was fine. It was fine so I that's my fourth room in less than twenty four hours and I'm grateful to to to Seth To get this the only thing wrong with the room and I've never seen this before all the floors were tile. ooh there was was no carpet on the floor so now while I can get down on the floor. It's tile. It's so hard you know it's really so oh and this was great. They brought up though the director of PR brought up a yoga mat out greatest. So I was able to get on a mat and do all these. These things and I was wonderfully happy for all of all of that but I was dead. You know at the beginning I was bad and then I got you know I got this and I was very grateful and I love the hotel itself. The staff on the hotel tremendous Indus. They were great the bartenders the servers. The if you needed something I had a guy. Walk me across the street to a restaurant to get me into to the restaurant. One of the Bellman. That's great and by the way the restaurants pretty good Italian restaurant called doce was pretty good and he. He walked across the street to get me me. A you know a room at the restaurant they were. I have no complaints whatsoever except for the fact that when I got there I just I I felt like I was in a cage. Okay practical question because when I get year old hotel and and and so I asked about this. I asked about how smaller was and they said it's an art deco hotel to keep. Apparently I was told this by workers at the hotel to keep the designation as an Art Deco Hotel which is important portent in Miami beach while you can improve the outsides. You cannot change the room totally believe that you cannot build the rooms out in other words two rooms into one really think just the opposite. I would think you'd have to preserve the outset could reconfigure the inside. That's exactly what I thought and yet I was told the opposite which make no sense to me. And that's an art deco mean some. It means something my but that has something to do with the pool to Michael. Now we're looking at pictures of it. That Art Deco Looking Young But it's also there's no sun like they've got you know giant ferns all around and I mean I. I'm what I'm saying is I enjoyed it thoroughly. I took me took. God took a couple of changes to get there but I the staff was great. They would disgrace no matter what you asked for. They endeavored to do it. Like for example. The the first morning I was there I get up early first morning. I was here. There was no coffee. There's no coffee lobby and they said well we don't open until seven. Oh the thirty. We don't open until seven and I look and I go. I'm like what my hat. And so they say. Well what would you like and they got it and got it every every morning by the third morning here he adds a third morning. Could little things changed third or fourth morning. Two things changed exit. One is they got up. You know they were ready early for anybody who wanted something early..

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"bobby rydell" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

08:41 min | 2 years ago

"bobby rydell" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Moves the program, all about your money, your business, and your alive. John dean and the house or their big bad, you should give yourself a hand. Nobody else is to do it five and giving you a hand up hang up. Since nineteen Ninety-one, it's been a long time. And a good one too. I think it's been fantastic. Thank you for all the help. Yes. Yes. We're only Rowley like two and a half years away from thirty. Yeah. I know doing that show. I know the fact that rolling thirty nine years old. Nine years. About during recess at third grade. Hey, I think I know where this came from, and it, maybe a setup Carter, who is an advisory says, in training, emailed, me, just this last weekend, and he said something like I keep hearing about being debt free paying off the mortgage, and then investing in twelve percent mutual funds so that I can take an eight percent income and allow four percent for inflation, way, where where does this is this is Carter an advisor. Maybe it's Carter page. That's the only one that I know's first name first name is Carter looking for. No kidding. Is this a is an adviser? These and advice about this. Yeah, evidently. And I think I know where I don't want to get into the situation of, of where let's, let's help Carter and many others. Because let's face it, there's this huge mantra that's been going on for years about how you need to be debt free before you start investing. And that's a discussion. We've had a number of times on this program, the difference between good debt and bad debt. Yeah. As an example, I think we all know that. I mean it's pretty basic, you would think, so, although I listened to some of these get out of debt people, and they say, don't invest to your mortgage is paid off. Exactly. That's exactly what this Carter is. Suggesting doesn't make sense, folks. Okay. So let's just do the simple. And by the way, most of them, are dealing with behavior and not mathematics. Because if you're dealing with mathematics, it's pretty simple. Right. If you have a four percent loan, and you're in a thirty percent tax bracket, then it's costing you two point eight percent for the use of the money, right? He two point eight percent. So you're bogey is two point eight. So I asked you, can you beat as a long term investor, because a mortgage is thirty years. Right. That's pretty long term. So can you beat over thirty year time period had compounded two point eight percent return net after taxes and the answer is it'd be an imbecile not to be able to do that. If you just close your eyes and put your money, sixty forty mix into any kind of a blend of stocks and bonds. If you put it all in the stock market, you probably closer to eight you're saying, over thirty years, and that's not taking withdrawal, that's not taking any withdrawal. So that was the second part of Carter's. Text here or Email. I should say because he saying invest twelve percent. I know where the twelve percent k came from don't buy it. It's a ridiculous assumption. And it's even more ridiculous to, to assume twelve percent, take out a leave four for inflation, while you're distributing the assets because every single mutual fund. That's a growth stock mutual fund, by the way, that's one hundred percent invested in the stock market. But every one of those ones that maybe did twelve percent over a twenty or thirty year period, probably haven't done it over the last twenty years because he had to blow up. So when when this fellow is talking about twelve percent. He's using a time period in which the markets were quite prolific. Like from the mid eighties to say the year two thousand that twenty five year period, a lot of mutual funds did twelve percent. Compounded? But starting in two thousand to today, I know of none. Now the last ten years. Yeah there's a ton of done fifteen percent, maybe twenty percent but leading into the ten year bull market longest in history, yet to major fifty percent blowups. So when you shake it up now twelve percent is way too aggressive. Now. It's funny because Peter Lynch and there's no one, I think in the industry, that's no more revered as a portfolio manager money manager money man, then Peter Lynch. He's, you know, the fidelity vice-chair guru, and he managed the fidelity Magellan fund for a couple of decades. At least two massive return by twenty eight percent or twenty five percent. And he's the guy that made famous John by what you know. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Cbs' brilliant. I mean, the guy you would think that with all that prowess, he must have been doing something that others weren't doing. You know the by the by what you know thing sounds good on paper. But there's a whole lot of stuff. I don't know much about. Let's call technology or of course. And so if that were me would never owned apple or Microsoft, or any of those tech companies that son, so well, Google, you would've owned guitar company. Absolutely something sports related, perhaps. Right. L the football. There you go. And Bobby Rydell to a two on the right now. I think once the why ones with an I got a couple of times that word right L tattooed backwards at your art. When you got hit by a helmet with that. Indeed. So, so Carter, if this is a real Email, I suspect that it is. I'm not questioning, you know where it came from and the fact is, yes, it's important to be, quote, bad debt free. So let's all agree that if you have high interest rate credit card debt, etc, etc. Bad debt. It's good to pay that down. Now, there's a mantra out there that suggests that you should focus your attention on paying down the. Lowest payment debt for what was the while they're they're they're couple of schools of thought interest rate to pay that down. I some people say that others say, take the one with the lowest balance balance, that I saw you get that out of the way. And you see a sense of accomplishment. Right. So one is behavioral. Yeah. The other is mathematical. Yeah. Right behavior. If you're if you need the behavioral help, then do that, you know wheel whatever they call it where you pay off the low balance. I you apply. You pay minimum payments on everything else. And then you apply the maximum. They get the low balance paid off. Now for a guy that owns an HP twelve see, like the one I got in my hand here. That's stupid. I mean, come on. You got an eighteen percent credit card with a you know a, a twenty thousand dollar balance and you got a three percent, credit card or. Bank loan for a car with a you know. Three three thousand dollar balance. No, you want to focus your attention as much as possible on the twenty percent interest rate cost. I tend to agree with that, although I do see the psychological. There's psychological benefit. I it's, it's different for everybody. If you owe twenty thousand dollars at eighteen percent you better pay pay that off. I three thousand at eighteen percent and new two thousand three percent and you want to get one of them out of the way, maybe you could do this mall marginal. I mean that was marginal. But just understand we talk about behavioral finance all the time on this program, and there's nothing more powerful than learning what your behavior is, and then adopting or somehow managing your finances accordingly. But you should also understand the mathematics behind it. It's not just about behavior and this eight percent safe withdrawal rate thing.

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"bobby rydell" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

05:46 min | 2 years ago

"bobby rydell" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Joe? Joe? No. Just an old sweet. Keeps Georgia on my mind. Joe? Love comes as we'd and clay. Through the pie. Their arms reach out. There is. Still in. Jaw? No. Dustin old Swedes. Kids joe. Great sounds of the classic right there as Dita's with us tonight to talk about the new deana Martin celebrity roasts. Now Dina's I understand it. These are going to happen. Once a month. I believe twelve of its per year. Right. Yes. Yes. And it's not just for a, you know, a singers or actors or celebrities like that. Well celebrities. It's I think, you know, Bernie Williams never fifty one for the Yankees. Oh, yeah. Sure. He played. I just came back from Staten Island. We did a show, and I got Bernie he was playing guitar for me. So be played guitar guitar. He's classically trained. He's unbe. Unbelievable. We were at the at the friars club one night. And he was there. We started talking, and I told him I said, you know, because I knew he played guitar. And he said, well anytime you want me to, you know, just give me a call. And I'll, you know, send me the music, and I'll be able to do it. I said oh my gosh. All right. Well, I'm in Staten Island on may third. He said I'm in. He's a do. I have to I said, I don't think so. And he showed up live to tell you. He was spectacular. And he's so funny. And I well, you know, what we're going to have to roast you. He's people. I know a lot of my friends would love to do that. And of course, we have Vince Ferragamo, you know, from my my Super Bowl Super Bowl champion. And so I got a lot of friends. So it's not just actors or singers that were we are some athletes as well. Yeah. Yeah. I used to actually play the trombone a bit head my af FM card. You know, the funny thing about playing the trombone you can take one too. A party. No one ever ask you to play. That's true kind of like the accordion, something like that. Yeah. What's the best sound you can make with a trombone? That's that's the sound that makes it hits the bottom of a dumpster. But I digress. All right view rim shots there and gone here. So so you're going to have these rose you're going to be the roast master, right? That absolutely always the rose master. And so for me, it's so much fun because that means I get to kind of roast each and every roaster before I introduce them, which is really a lot of fun for me. And so all of the people who who come are just special now when we're in in Las Vegas, of course, I had the was Gladys let me see through the roof buzzy character would she would come out with her person, of course from in. Sure. Oh, yeah. She was. She was hysterical. But we have we have that character. Clint Holmes who was a fabulous singer. Very. Yes. He actually he was based in the nation's capital for many years. Yes. And his wife, and I. I'm going to be doing a show with them next year in Florida let you know, you should you should come. But his wife Kelly Clinton, she plays the best Ruth buzzy you've ever seen. And so it's it's the whole show is just like the Dean Martin celebrity rose. But it, you know, it's now, and and it's hysterical. But the whole cast of characters is great. I'm just going to try and find a foster Brooks because oh my gosh. All the what an act he was for those who don't remember if you don't remember name foster Brooks the drunk the drunk roaster. Everybody remembers him when he came into the bar my dad's sitting at the bar, and he comes in. He's a pilot and he's just exactly. And he played a neurosurgeon. Oh, my. Things like that. So we're, you know, it's it's the characters that we we get on the day us. It's it's just absolutely spectacular. So I get to roast each and every one of them and Tony Orlando. I think is probably an accident. Bobby Rydell, and it's it's just gonna be it's spectacular. And all of my friends who are comedians and singers. And it's it's just it's good a good old fashioned fun. Entertainment. Sorting sounds like it now will these be broadcast or will. They just be impersonal events for the well, we are looking to have them broadcast. But for now, they're just going to be in house, the problem with with broadcasting, as you know, with all the different entertainers who are on it. It's it's a little difficult every getting everybody we're going to, you know, with because I've got Robert I got Robert Williams who's putting it together. And he knows he knows how to put together shows, and and get all the clearances and everything. So that's that. That's his job. My job is getting the people who are we're going to roast and writing a lot of the material and getting to good the good writers..

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"bobby rydell" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

09:22 min | 2 years ago

"bobby rydell" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"I've been giving you a hand out hand up. Hang up. And since nineteen Ninety-one. A long time and a good one too. I think it's been fantastic. Thank you for all the help. Yes. Yes. We're only Rowley like two and a half years away from thirty. Yeah. I know doing that show. I know the fact that rolling thirty nine years old. Really? Talked about during recess at third grade. Hey, I think I know where this came from. And it maybe a setup Carter who is an advisory says in training emailed me this this last weekend. And he said something like I keep hearing about being debt free paying off the mortgage and then investing in twelve percent mutual funds. So that I can take an eight percent income and allow four percent for inflation way. Where this is. This is Carter and adviser maybe it's Carter page. That's the only one that. I know's. First name has first name is Carter and looking for. Yeah. No kidding. Is. This is an advisor to be an intriguing advice about this. Evidently, and I think I know where I don't want to get into the situation of of where but let's let's help Carter and many others because let's face it. There's this huge mantra that's been going on for years about how you need to be debt free before you start investing. And that's a discussion we've had a number of times on this program. The difference between good debt and bad debt. Yes. An example. I think we all know that and it's pretty basic. You would think so I listen to some of these get out of debt people, and they say don't invest to your mortgage is paid off. Exactly exactly what this Carter is suggesting doesn't make sense, folks. Okay. So let's just do the simple. And by the way, most of them are dealing with the h-have yer and not mathematics. Yeah. Because if you're dealing with mathematics, it's pretty simple, right? If you have a four percent loan and you're in a thirty percent tax bracket. Then it's costing you two point eight percent for the use of the money, right? Impeach two point eight percent. So you're voguish is two point eight. So I ask you can you beat as a long term investor because mortgage is thirty years, right? That's pretty long term. So can you be over a thirty year time period? I compounded two point eight percent return net after taxes and the answer is you'd be an imbecile not to be able to do that. If you just close your eyes and put your money sixty forty mix into any kind of a blend of stocks and bonds, if you put it all in the stock market, he probably closer to eight you're saying over thirty years, and that's not taking withdrawal. That's not taking any withdrawal. That was the second part of Carter's tax here or Email should say because he saying invest twelve percent. I know where the twelve percent came from don't buy it. It's a ridiculous assumption. And it's even more ridiculous to assume. Twelve percent takeout. Eight leave four for inflation while you're distributing the assets because every single mutual fund that's a growth stock mutual fund, by the way, that's one hundred percent invested in the stock market. But every one of those ones that maybe did twelve percent over a twenty or thirty year period. Probably haven't done it over the last twenty years because you had to blow up so when when this fellow's talking about twelve percent he's using a time period in which the markets were quite prolific like from the mid eighties to say the year two thousand twenty five year period. A lot of mutual funds did twelve percent compounded. But starting in two thousand two today. I know of none novel last ten years. Yeah. There's a ton of done. Fifteen percent. Maybe twenty percent, but leading into the ten year bull market longest in history. Yeah. Two major fifty percent blowups. So when you shake it up twelve percent is way too aggressive now. It's funny because Peter Lynch, and there's no one I think in the industry, that's no more revered as a portfolio manager money manager money man than Peter Lynch. He's you know, the fidelity vice-chair guru and he managed the fidelity Magellan fund for I don't know a couple of decades at least two massive returns like twenty eight percent or twenty five percent. And he's the guy that made famous John by what you know. Yeah. Yeah. Seve's brilliant. I mean, the guy you would think that with all that prowess. He must have been doing something that others weren't doing. You know, the by the by what you know thing sounds good on paper. There's a whole lot of stuff. I don't know much about. Let's call it technology. You're of course. And so if that were me, I would have never owned apple or Microsoft or any of those tech companies done, so well, Google, you would've owned guitar companies. Absolutely something sports related for hap- say right L the football. Yeah. Yeah. There you go and Bobby Rydell Ida had to two on the right Dell. I think once the why ones with an eye, but you had a couple of times word right L tattooed backwards on your arm. When you got hit by a helmet with that. That's another. Indeed. So so Carter if this is a real Email. I suspect that it is. I'm not questioning, you know, we're at all. I know we're all came from. And the fact is yes, it's important to be quote that depth three. So let's all agree that if you have high interest rate credit card debt, cetera et cetera bad debt, it's good to pay that down. Now, there's a mantra out there that suggests that you should focus your attention on paying down the. Lowest payment that for was the well there couple of schools of thought interest rate to pay that down. I some people say that other say take the one with the lowest balance balance that I so you get that out of the way, and you see a sense of accomplishment. Right. So one is behavioral. Yeah. The other is mathematical. Yeah, right behavior. If you're if you need the behavioral help, then do that wheel whatever they call it where you pay off the low balance. I apply pay minimum payments on everything else. And then you apply the maximum. They get the low balance paid off. Now for a guy that owns an HP twelve see like the one I got him a hand here. That's stupid. I mean, come on. He got an eighteen percent credit card with a, you know. A twenty thousand dollar balance, and you got a three percent credit card or Bank loan for a car with a you know. Three three thousand dollar balance. No, you wanna focus your attention as much as possible on the twenty percent interest rate cost. I tend to agree with that. Although I do see the psychological benefits. Benefit depends. I it's it's different for everybody. If you owe twenty thousand dollars at eighteen percent, you better pay pay that offers three thousand eighteen percent. And you owe two thousand three percent. And you wanna get one of them out of the way. Maybe you could do this malls large marginal. But just understand we talk about behavioral finance all the time in this program. And there's nothing more powerful than learning. What your behavior is? And then a Dopp thing or somehow managing your finances accordingly. But you should also understand the mathematics behind it. It's not just about behavior and this eight percent safe. Withdrawal rate thing. I'll have more to say about withdrawal rates either later on this show or another shows. But but the fact fact of the matter is eight percent is fine. If you're only gonna live ten here. Because if you suffer through just think again, simple, mathematics, you have a million dollar portfolio. You lose fifty seven percent you're sitting on four hundred thousand dollars. And now you're gonna take eight percent of the million dollars thinking eighty thousand bucks out. So a flat return means you can live five years. Okay. No. That is not an advisable thing to do even though somebody that you may respect said. So you're talking about taking eight percent of whatever the of the original bound say that that's not what's left not the R MD method here. No, no, no, not the R D method. How many people do, you know, go into retirement,.

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