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Protecting and Celebrating Our 2nd Amendment Rights

The Doug Collins Podcast

02:04 min | 4 months ago

Protecting and Celebrating Our 2nd Amendment Rights

"One of the most amazing things over the last little bit has been the rise in folks who are pursing firearms, not only for hunting, sports, but personal protection. You know, and it's really grown over the last special last number ten to 15 years. I think a lot of my Friends are into the gun dealing business, especially have been very thankful for folks like Morocco Obama and Joe Biden and others for increasing sales. But here on the podcast, you know that I'm an avid hunter, someone who loves to hunt to not only fish, but also shoot, I've been shooting since I was a kid. And today is great Larry King from national shooting sports foundations here. We'll have a great conversation. Let's just jump right into this. I mean, shot show is two weeks away. A great show. But we got a lot of other things going on. What's top of the list right now for y'all's organization? Well, right now, the top of the list is the chachi because it's such an important event for us. So we're really focused on making sure that show goes off without a hitch and you know we aren't able to have a show last year unfortunately because of COVID. So we are having the show this year. It's present some challenges as everything in life now is challenged by COVID, but it is going to go forward. We expect to have a very good crowd. We know that our attendees are really excited about having the opportunity to get back and be in person again. So we're really looking forward to it. I think the numbers I saw earlier today suggested we could have as many as 45,000 people the chat show in a normal year would be 55 to 60, something like that. So it's going to be a very healthy crowd. There are going to be a couple of companies that aren't able to make it. Because of decisions they made about how they want to address COVID and we understand that, but they're committed to returning to the show in 23, and we're really, you know, so we're really

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"chachis" Discussed on Chachi Loves Everybody

Chachi Loves Everybody

08:17 min | 1 year ago

"chachis" Discussed on Chachi Loves Everybody

"That's so sweet where you heartbroken. No arctic off. I had a ford steamatic text to these photos. Jobs please just bound the five maps. My stepfather mailed me maps. Think about how we have. Gps today i just found the five maps in a big number one circle number two circle. I add to follow this map to drive from bagasse to mobile without getting killed. That is the sweetest thing in your stepfather. Put that together for us like a care package. Yes and i couldn't believe i just found them. I was showing my boyfriend. Like these are the maps calls. That's the matter that dick sent me. How nice that is actually so kind. This is before gps. I remember the big thomas guides. So you're no sense of direction. So how i even got hers grace but you made. It is the pd that said no go to mobile. Is he still in the business. No he is not okay outlasted him a good for you good for you. That's that's sweet payback. So you in. The festiva arrive in mobile. What was that like. I mean that's a big big change. You've gone now from green bay to vegas which couldn't be any different and now to mobile which is completely different again. Oh the humidity cianci. I was all it was crazy. And i couldn't understand anything but everybody. Everybody had that thick southern accent. And then. I was like a yankee right because i still had my thick like wisconsin all. Hey there guys. Thanks for math and my first day was april. I you know the more that i start telling me stories. How did i even make it through. Life were having this worst. Dj on the planet kind of contest. And guys you should hear my first break on sunny. It's so bad and they go down. I go no. I'm telling you it's bad. We'll fast over chachi. I one because my name was lorrie on the radio in las vegas and they changed it to randy in mobile we could use it and they didn't recognize it was me in every listener was like that so bad. Hemery me and i won. I won like the worst. Dj on the planet you one mobiles worst dj and. I don't think i've told this story for probably twenty five years but i won san diego's worst. Dj almost the exact same time in nineteen. This must been like nineteen ninety-seven nine hundred ninety eight something like that. But i won san diego's worst. Dj the north county times anointed me san diego's worth dj. So i had no idea that we shared these very prestigious titles together. Do you still have any of your brakes. Because i would love your that. I do a few years ago. I actually had them all digitized their all on cassette. So i do somewhere on my hard drive. I have all the brakes and the horrific. I was never particularly good on air. But you were. I mean you've had a storied career on air. Walk me through how you transition from mobile to tampa great story chachi blend that everybody should listen to specifically more women. I think that us women sometimes battle this lack of confidence. And i don't even know where that comes from but we do and here's how it almost didn't happen one of the best parts of my career. It was nineteen ninety-five greg. Glaspie was our consultant at rockwood four. He called he said. Jacor is gonna launch a very in your face morning and we all have decided. You're the perfect person to match with this pretty loud mouth. Shot jocks guy. They weren't saying any names or anything. And i wouldn't have known anyway except really was still too young in the business. I said oh. Greg i would never be good enough. I could never make the leap from mobile alabama to tampa. I couldn't and he said you know what i don't have time for this and he hung up. You're trying to talk him out of hiring you. I was like i'm not good enough and i was like wait a minute and so we get back on the phone and you call them back. I don't i don't have time for this. You are an exceptional talent. But if you don't believe i can't help you and i just stopped me in my tracks. It's one of those watershed moments and i said okay. I'll put something together. I taped together. The next thing you know. They hired me instantly and did not play me bubbas tapes until they hired hitting no. I was being aired with the confidence. I find very interesting because you said at the beginning when we were talking about your childhood that your parents really had to push you out of the nest to go to las vegas as a kid did you. Not a lot of confidence. I don't know like you know. I think i was a cheerleader. Right confidence i get in front of everybody and do stupid cheers knowing you and obviously i've just really gotten to know you over the last six months or so but i find to be incredibly confident and we really command a room. You are very bright and so it's fascinating to me that younger. Laurie didn't have that. How did you learn those skills. Well age and faith. There are still moments where my palms get sweaty free kobe when we would actually get to see each other in speak. There's there's moments that. I just did so nervous before i speak and then once i hear my voice and i start. You know finding a rhythm that i'm fine but it was pretty paralyzed in my twenties. Now as i'm older really is just age. A hundred percent. Believing in what i say. I have seen where i have stumbled at times. Speaking and it's because maybe i wasn't really prepared or maybe i didn't really believe in what i was saying. So it's probably age believed in what you know. And then your faith in god i find your guess would be your attitude by find it very charming and there's something about you have a charisma. That's very endearing and Someone you've just really kind of a immersed herself into our culture so well and i want to open up to you and entrust you and so. I don't know if that was something that was god-given or a craft that you've honed in over the years or maybe a combination thereof. But i do find it very impressive because it isn't easy to come into a new organization and immediately have people i guess. Trust you or to gel with them immediately and so maybe it's just part of that kind of mid west Charm that you have green bay thing and yeah one area. I do believe i. You know what you're just talking about. Some things are just inherent and there. Is this plug grand card down. And he's trying to teach people how to be obsessed with themselves but not not in an egotistical way. It really is how little we think about ourselves and so the book is like. Oh my gosh be obsessed or be mediocre something like that if people google grant card on bill c. I think he's on a big airplane or something but there are forty one questions in this book. And you're supposed to answer these questions every single day for thirty days around the same time and one of the questions was what you just asked in a way. It's what is something about you. That's just natural. What's an inherent skill. I always say consideration and being able to come at people their point of view and not mine and so sometimes in life we get those little gifts so it's think it's maybe more of a natural thing. What did your parents do for professions. My stepfather is retired firefighter. My mother was in human resources in my late. Father was a factory worker at general motors and clinton michigan pretty close with all of them. Yes yes there were times in. My twenties chachi is that. I wouldn't talk to anybody over the weekend but my parents so yeah. We're very close so you get to tampa. You've you know you've been hired to do mornings. You were obviously frightened. Or you didn't have the belief at that moment in.

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"chachis" Discussed on Chachi Loves Everybody

Chachi Loves Everybody

08:06 min | 1 year ago

"chachis" Discussed on Chachi Loves Everybody

"How to create real impact in the social space. I actually have known lori for years. I mean who doesn't know laurie. Laurie is just had this amazing presence in our industry and has had just. I think really cool refreshing thoughts and someone always admired but literally just a few months ago. We brought laurie on to help us. Here at the company into work with us in our marketing team in particular honor social media in just overall counseling from her on how to do a better job with our brand. And it's just been incredible getting to know you. And if i wasn't impressed before even more impressed now so i appreciate you taking the time to be on with us and delory lewis alone shots. Thank you back at you i am. I have admired you for years. What you have built and the teams that you build. It's so impressive. I can't even find the right words right now. Because i'm looking at you. Well your advice. I've heard you speak multiple times. And i think you've just dispensed such fantastic advice and counsel to the industry and there's so many things i think we owe a debt of gratitude to you Because there's so many things that i had never thought about until you literally opened my eyes to it. Your knowledge base is just fantastic. And i'm excited to have you on. Because i want you obviously to share some of that but first and foremost i wanna learn more about you and how did you become this guru in the social space. I know you started on air. In the terrestrial side you for started in vegas at sunny one. Oh six five. Is that correct. Yes let me give you the greatest radio story one of the greatest stories of all time. I'm young some like nineteen very ninety from green bay. Wisconsin not worldly at all. Tom chase gives me my first break. Overnights on chaos any. And it's a a scene type station. Michael bolton glorious stefan type music actually love it. And i get on the radio and i say sonny one six point five soft kits for las vegas on. Walls did some radio station because at this point. I'm just a young kid. Rule your tong. Sops worth an active role. Your tongue means and this is on the hotline. He's calling you might radio station now. That's funny how did you get to vegas. Is radio something that you wanted to do when you were younger in school i've got the stories all dates not see i graduated high school and i was working not really sure what i was doing remodeling and my parents were like. Are you kidding me. Like in the most lovely parents funniest people and so they said look. We're going to have to have a family meeting. We sit down. We go i. We know that this is going to be hard but we got a one way ticket vegas. You're going to go live with your brother. Alan was going to unlv at the time. And i had to like cover my mouth like act like i wasn't smiling. I was like are you kidding. Me and i was like oh mom dad. I'm gonna sure miss you guys were they just that naive or they just trusted you and they said you know what laurie in vegas. She's going to be fine. They had to push me out of my comfort zone. I was so happy at home in green bay bodily like nothing all goals. No nothing. I just would wake up at noon and eight watch. Tv and they're like we're gonna have to push you in order to do something so they loved telling that story so you arrive in vegas to go live with your brother. You get your first gig. And you're already i shift. You're getting blown up on the hotline by your pd. I'm already assad chart. How long did you stay at. Sonny sonny was quite a while. Because here's what happened chachi in. Don't you wish we had the stamina to do this. I did midnight to six. Am and then a few months into it. Sky view traffic asked me if i wanted to do morning and afternoon traffic. That had to a couple of years. Because i remember doing like midnight to five. Am rushing over to skydive. Traffic was pretty close to the radio station. There was no traffic. So i'd always make time do morning drive traffic on a couple of radio stations in a tv station. Go home take a nap and then to afternoon go home and take a nap and then go back and do midnight to six. Oh my gosh wouldn't amazing work ethic and i loved it ever after a couple of years i do remember late on my bed like asking god leg. Hey i'm over here like i'm not complaining. I'm so thankful for everything that you give me. I'm just saying that i'm over here. And if you ever wanted to change things up. I might be interested regard. Well obviously god Responded needed change. Things up what was next the edge the edge of las vegas. It was the beginning of member alternative. Rock sure john griffin was the pd. Dax tobin george tobin son. He was managing tiffany. I think we're alone now. No way a son of dax tobin was running the station. And this is fantastic. Ripped macneil is my morning partner and he said look. I know for a fact. They've got like eighteen. Twenty thousand to give you. You gotta hold your guns. You gotta stick to that. And i said okay and i sit down in front of dayaks. Rick is on my side nigger lori. We can start you at thirteen. K and i go. You got it but now you're doing mornings at rock station would you in vegas. I mean a fantastic market. And once again i screw things up like i never could say anything right. Like la hoya california. I called it la jolla mass. So from vegas you head out east coast to florida pensacola. Yeah i don't even do. We have time like this story like my stepfather. God bless them you always. I don't even understand how you've made it through life my decision to leave the edge to go to rock or mobile. The company that owns sunny one zero six point. Five the saw ted station and remember this is like nineteen ninety-three and the still some mom and pop. Companies in west com. Owns the station in mobile. And they called We really enjoyed having you with the company. We know that you're not really getting any guidance over there and we would love to see you grow. we've got a great program director in mobile alabama. Name is andy holt a he will help you thrive and i said all right. We'll hang on one second. And i called the guy that i was dating. We'd been dating for awhile but we broke up. And i said hey look i got a job offer like a mobile wherever that and at this time when i'm like twenty one or twenty two and i was like. Do you think we're ever going to get back together. He's like no no program director of a radio station. He was the program director of another station. Yeah we met. I was a little traffic reporters. So there's a little scandal. Oh my gosh. Yeah huge scandal and i said all k- like that greenbacks that i had and i called the west com people back up. I said yes. I would like to go to mobile. And that's how. 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"chachis" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

02:04 min | 1 year ago

"chachis" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"Truth. That Scott Chachi and walk a flock of flames are now following me. They know something that he doesn't associate producer David says. That's a good catch. Yes, way can't see the end word ever. So, my, You know what they call you now? I'm gonna talk the language, right? My bra. No, wait. That's right. You're spending could do. Okay, So there we go. Ladies and gentlemen, you know, it just shows you what a flock has probably got several million dollars. And 50. Cent is ah gee unit clothing line has been big for what 20 years. I don't know what do that guy's got more millions if you if you would guess, 10 to 20, Probably 50 or 60 Million or 70 or 80 million. Go ahead. Check it out. Find it. The point is these people understand business. They've got money and they stupid. They may act Super does their act but their bank account stupid. All right, coming up next Amy Cockney barrel, It's official will place with highlights and tell you how important that is. And then Hunter and Joe are in big trouble. Joe put a lid on his campaign, so he'll be the first president to ever have a lid on a presidency. If he wins the whole president's seal it You didn't happen Trump supporters into what I call the basket for Hilary's famous line from 2016. But you Democrats are happy your party learned its lesson. Our work is hard for those who don't support me as those you do, including those chumps with the microphone out there, or maybe not sit in the polls confirm the Democrats have nothing new to offer America State of the race one week away from Election Day coming up tomorrow on the course Alcedo Schelzig at 9 20. W B A P. Hey, this Brian Esther from my friends at Tree Tech, the leader and hyper Woodsstreak care Now is.

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"chachis" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"chachis" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"And Louis CK. That happened, Um, there might be somebody I don't It's international ass today had no idea Whatsoever at all. And Chachi. Apparently, John Stamos has volunteered to join the cast of Happy days for their upcoming virtually union as Chachi Chachi not invited or does not want to be there. Like is if you're not inviting Chachi. Because he's on the right side of the aisle. That's the dumbest thing if he doesn't want to be there because of whatever reason, I'm like, you know this person. Right? You know this person? You guys are I'm assuming. Through all the politics when you knew when he was a young actor you were familiar with Scott. So If you're not allowing him to join, then you count me out because of your politics. If you're saying you know what we're going to have everybody here except for Chachi. Cause we don't want Chachi here and I've heard different things that they didn't invite him and that he doesn't want to be there. Chances are somewhere in the middle is the truth. But put your stuff aside. For God's sakes. It's happy days. You think Richie's brother is going to be there? Yes, he's been missing a long time. Chad.

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'Happy Days' cast reunites to support Wisconsin Democrats

Sports Talk with Jason and Ed

00:33 sec | 1 year ago

'Happy Days' cast reunites to support Wisconsin Democrats

"A reunion of the seventies TV hit Happy Days is now confirmed, but not everyone's on board for France's happy days. It's a pretty happy day reunion of cast members, including Ron Howard, Henry Winkler, Marion Ross and more, and the whole thing will benefit the Democratic Party of Wisconsin as the show was set in Milwaukee change you have to, but not everyone's onboard. Scott Baio, who played Chachi on the show, is a supporter of President Trump. He responded to Ron Howard's tweet about the reunion, saying it's a shame to use classic shows like Happy Days about Americana to promote an anti America. In socialist so safe to say he won't be at the

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SECOND CHANCE MINISTRY RADIO

00:05 sec | 1 year ago

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"chachis" Discussed on Life in Spanglish

Life in Spanglish

14:41 min | 2 years ago

"chachis" Discussed on Life in Spanglish

"Okay. Helicopter TAKE OVER COM. Do you know I mean it was the responsible thing to do. We were GONNA have some type of liquor after the show. WanNa dry worried about this. I was like to go after that. That was such a big county where I I had a couple of drinks backstage with some of the people that were already there is and and I I went home. My feet were so swollen. And she's like I. I don't take my shoes off on the ask permission and I could not take off my shoes that day. It was so important for shoes on. Lord you go. Beauty is painful when I took them off backstage they started to swell Gig that I was like. I'm not going nowhere and I didn't go anywhere but it was incredibly. Pick your shoes to perform caroliina listening Mariah Carey Mariah. Those are the wrong shoes. Take Good. It's gotTa Look Loan. She always has good shoes. Because kills how do you pick your shoes because you have to remember when when? She's on a wreck harper. She's doing another star performing onstage. Those are dance dance. Dance for her there and I have a lady who I work with as well. Her name is Brazil produced shoes. And we've known each other since forever. We used to travel back in the day together and now she has this company of like shoes boots. And we're dancer. Yes soon because we're GONNA do I WANNA dance with somebody. Dance Challenge and one of the gives is she's gifting someone a pair of shoes you wear from one fifty to two hundred. But they're beautiful. They come in all different colors. Stones different like just different patterns. They match with gene boots that. They'll you do a show in like let's say a hometown show. How do you deal with the requests from family? Because you know you've got that family that's all we can do. I definitely know grandma doesn't miss. Not One show is always my plus one she I mean. She came on the red carpet with me and everything. His best friend is always there. My mom depending if she's busier she wants to come as a highlight. You haven't spoken to be honest having problems with don completely honest with you and this is why. I love my touchy nation. Even my family pays for my ticket and I think if your friends and your family don't support you and don't show you that they believe in you and the that they're also invested into your future and what you're trying to accomplish you know what I mean like you but you also have to. Let's say they tell you you really can't Sing my love like you. You know there's people who are going to give you that tough love. That are going to be honest because they want to protect you and they don't want you to get your feelings hurt by casting director or by another person or by a troll on on the grammar on social media. I just feel like you know you just have to. If if you got it you got you don't like if they're encouraging you to continue. Go and do it but if they're encouraging you okay. I don't WanNa see her or than you. You might just WanNa take do have it before you continue unit not to discourage I want to tell you but but maybe to help you find your your real path. Sooner opposed like you know. I want to do this do this. It's like life is telling you know baby girl. This is what I want you know. Sometimes it's hard if they believe in it. Okay but just you know the love that I get from them. They're always very supportive. They buy their own tickets. They they come in number actually get their friends. They made a girls night. They make it a date night with their men or the husbands. Or you know so. They're they're always very. Yeah now. You mentioned social media. How is social media for you because social media can be a very toxic plays? It could be pretty much like an inferno. You don't have the right core following. Have you had to deal with Any negativity on social media. Do you get bullshit or is it? All of no is not. I'd be lying if I said it was all. There's trolls everywhere you know and and I I actually always tried to send them off with. Love lay kindness. I heal them with kindness. That's amazing I don't kill them. What kinds I heal them. Kinda says it is then. I'm just being as toxic. Sold the showing them. What love that. They're not affecting me and they're not getting into you know they're not in my dome Because it's crazy it's like sometimes you see one back common and when for example working with Romeo. I've gone the girls were like. Oh my God. You're so beautiful and then I got another. The people who like who them is this lake. You know this fat and I'm like girl by like so you you can't take everything so seriously and to me. The only opinion is I was having this conversation on my way here with my boyfriend and the only opinion I care about are the people that I love. Respecting guys are the only opinion as mentally. Because it's very hard. I I honestly have said that I feel like there should be a limit like the the you know. Adolescents should not be allowed to be on social media. Because I think that they're just not mentally mature enough to handle the negativity because you are going to get it no matter what. And it doesn't even matter it's just hateful people exist and I love that you said you heal them with kindness. I've never heard that before me that I am taking because that is so incredibly special so now let's talk about the music. Like when can we? Then I want to support. I'll buy my ticket girl. I'm definitely doing We're definitely doing the release party for the EP. It's out in the summer is not finished or you still working. It's finished where just now. It's the Matt Mixing mastering getting the cover work. Ready getting the visuals ready for the certain songs that we're going to do visuals. Four planning them all like the Promo tors for them and where I'm going to be and how we're GonNa go about doing that But I'm excited. I'm excited because I just don't want more than anything I like. My girls are really gonNA relate to this music and the material I really do and you know I chose my words wisely because I didn't want you know younger girls not to be able to sing my stuff so I made sure that certain things have like that double meaning and that you know. Cook it type. It's important. I feel like you know less is more and you. Don't you should leave things to the imagination because it's just better like that sometimes Yeah and I look I have my goddaughter's and my nieces. I don't have children right now but I'm very maternal and have them looking to me and looking at me so you're absolutely good. I'm very mindful to I. Try sometimes like okay. I can't this because such such daughter says she looks be every.

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"chachis" Discussed on Life in Spanglish

Life in Spanglish

14:36 min | 2 years ago

"chachis" Discussed on Life in Spanglish

"Then I remember I was like maybe four or five days later I was about to get on the train and I got a text message and I house like a New York City subway trade and I was like wait. Why and I listened to the voicemail and the lady was like all you know you've been selected as one of the dancers one of the principal dancers. She was like you know as you all out. I screamed so loud. My heart was on the train. What's it was awesome awesome and Pardon me actually now twenty twenty because I kind of went away from it from the acting just a little bit and from the dancing just a little bit to focus on Training in my music you know like an girl in there my chops like that's when I did the whole wedding ban and so I kind of like stepped away from the acting and the dancing and focused on just my voice and growing that and after the weddings was when I started working with Rahmael kids like and I started working out of this star. Because you know what I feel like. You've told the story so many times that you're just like. Oh you know it was ideal this slightest Bangladesh straight across the United States. Time girl now. So here's something that I read and you can tell me if this is true or not but Is it true that his original backup singer was pregnant to sell? Yes and that she that created the opportunity you she's been with him for a really really long time and she she was having her first baby and Had just finished a musical like like that and had Okay and so the musical director Of Romeo was. He was looking for a background vocalist because they had a couple of things that they were they wanted to do. And just saw was pregnant so They asked me to audition and I was like absolutely not. Did you know who you are auditioning for Yes and ironically. I think that my name came to them a couple times through my elementary school vocal coach. Which is the musical director. Elementary School Boca coaches. Still vouching for you. That's amazing never know these connections these inroads that you make because this why I tell the young. Don't burn your bridges you know when you know. Don't burn burn them when you're young you know it's better just is and I say much and just walk away. Walk away own true. It's so true. So then they got the recommendation from several people and then Yes so my vocal coach and then One of the producers made tracks had also recommended me. Because we've worked on. We've known each other for a while. Now he always called me to background vogels and when he's doing his records and stuff so he was killed. They're looking for somebody. You're doing the show. I know it's a shows a week and I was like well. Next Tuesday's the last show. Sakho I the thing of the vine timing such a firm believer in divine timing and So then I auditioned and and you know I got it and I remember we've rehearsed that. I love how much they rehearse on health professional that whole no he was and what was he wearing? How did he exactly like American idol? I have questions. Okay no no no. He's he's super super funny and very humble very professional Knows exactly how he wants his stuff he so involved and passionate about his work and so in it that he knows how every single instrument every voice every every every detail supposed to sound so I am it. Sounds like you took a lot from him. I learned so much good because it made me like in now with my music. I'm I'm very much involved even in directing you like my guys with no but I wanted to sound like this and then and and they're like okay and then they make the sound so Just being that involved. That's that's that's very important. It's crucial to your career absolutely especially when you're a real musician and you wanna work with a band and a real. You know real production notches ATTRAC- attract is attractive. And he's very. He's very people still do that. I haven't seen that in a very long time like abandoned a studio narine really. If you're an artist I mean that's that's really what defines I watch movies. I always see it but then I always see people in the USA. My next that we're that we're like finishing filming. We're going to do a documentary. Down is the first song that I'm actually going to have. An actual orchestra. Four does all the other songs we did and we created with you know Computers Twenty Masochist is going to be the first song my record. I record that I'm actually bringing in a strings on bringing in horns. I'm bringing in a big big drum kind of like it's going to be facing. Yeah I'm spoiled with real musicians and that's another thing working with the list time I became so comfortable in a squad girl tonight band and don't the people that I do all my shoulder. Those are the people I do. My burlesque shows with those are the people I do my plugs with and these are the people who have seen me grow have grown with me you know and and they know they know me so well. It's like this is why I'd rather I'd rather not make money in a GIG and give everybody a great show because I want you know I want you guys to experience the magic and the synergy that we have. You know 'cause it's magic it is what happens when you start improvising. One songs go one song goes into something that it wasn't supposed to go into. That wasn't rehearse. It wasn't premeditated you watch yourself back. I hated but I do. Sometimes I love to see myself dance because to me. It is like my well. You're an amazing dancer. I gotTA throw that out there. I was loaned away just watching you. It's like you can see that this is where your heart is not I love. It was my first lake. You know form of expression and therapy really think about it and then the writing and the music became second therapy. But now I'm like okay. Business Wise what do I want to do with my life with my career with my twenty twenty twenty thirty and that's focused on my music more on the acting and you know like just give him my own like I love working with the guys and it was such a learning experience and I love Romeo and I love dilemma. Because I'm going to talking about two legends right now you just throughout two names. Oh my Gosh Really. You do form a connection. You're going on tour with these people. Yeah dollar opportunities have been amazing. They have and it's so don't because it's like you get to see. That's like me with Angie every day. There there's a legend you're learning from them and then later on. They like Tom Fly. I graduated and I'm like Oh my words diploma for know like I think the theme for you is that you've been a student and I said you know when you work with somebody that's the county you'll so I feel so bad I don't want you to get the most people cry because then I happy tears because of where you are right now in this moment like are you feeling so much is going to happen for you. It's like you got your masters from a master. You didn't have to go to school. You were on stage with a master and it to me. It sounds like the relationship is one of just generosity because you know what when you're working with people I've heard of artists who have people that go on tour with them that are not so kind to their backup singers dancers or whoever it is that's on there you know tours and for them to have shown you the way to give you those tools to take it to the next level to do what you're doing now that's such a gift you know so it's okay to get emotional. Are you kidding me? I cry all the time and happy. I cry when I'm frustrated so thank you. It is a place of gratitude definite absolutely and it's something that nobody can take away from you. That's a life experience and that's so beautiful and that's something I can say about Chachi. I was talking to her before. And I'm like everyone talks about you or anyone that I come into conversation with always say just dope stuff like I've never heard anything negative. It's just she's so amazing. See she'll tally like everybody's rooting for behind. You go to the hair salon if he like. Are you going to charities? Joe Did you see what she posted. Its big community of like people and it's like the neal girl they hair girl the other person the designer it's like everybody is rooting for her. And I know two thousand twenty is going to be super dope and amazing for you. It's going to be about growth it's GONNA be about. It's going to be a breakout year. Not that you haven't broken out because we all know about you cut totally worldwide. I'm excited to share the music that I've created and I've been sitting on and and you know just basically share that you know. Expose all of the work that we've done and that you know because it's it's it's it's therapeutic people are gonNA love it. People are going to dance where people are going to drink to. People might cry to it. They're gonNA relate to and it's definitely coming from a place of women empowerment young I've been surrounded by nothing but incredible strong females my whole life. So that's what I want. I want to talk to the younger girls and I want to let them know that you know what's genre so it's a fusion of everybody thought. I was going to do satisfy every always go. Why did the gift of doing I wanNA dance with somebody and satisfy for everybody because it's an English and people have been asking me for something in English and I'm like it's the style of music that I genuinely love and I'm like Hey I wanNA dance and to me? That's the that's the perfect style for that song because it's like if you really love to dance the way. I do with people that you really really really love. It's like the perfect soundtrack to that But the project is a fusion between the urban tropical and A little bit of that record. Dong like a little bit of you know as that you know if you had to compare it to someone else who would it be? Do you know what it is. You can get an idea as to what we about to get. I think it sounds to me like it's so unique that you're mainly no I mean you could. You could think of. I'll be honest. You could think of Naughty. You could think of a Carol G Becky but then you also you also have to remember that. Some of the songs. It's more on my vocalist side. So it's it's it's urban you know. Yeah Yeah but then at the same time inside but with giving me showcasing vocals which have a range exactly so well. We were talking before and I know that honey has a million questions for you but I do. WanNa talk about something. That's so obvious because and I want to respect your professionalism because I'm not saying this in any way so please just you know what many people think that when you go on tour with an artist that like there might be a little some something happening behind the scenes like they talk about like. How really not what it's about it is not about that. What is extremely tired? We're crazy hours on flights and buses and checking him showering and checking out. And there's no time for you know this is a job it it. It is a job and you have to remember that. These people have their their partners their significant elsewhere. You have your own so there is no time for extracurriculars..

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"chachis" Discussed on Life in Spanglish

Life in Spanglish

14:02 min | 2 years ago

"chachis" Discussed on Life in Spanglish

"Vm beneath welcome. Welcome to life in Spain. Thanks for having me eighty to be here. Be Here and look at how she's on Mike. She knows what she's doing. She knows it says right to ask you first. Where did you well? Obviously you're let about where did you come up with the nickname Chachi? Who gave it to you? What's the meaning of it so or my real name is greasy via right but my aunt was obsessed with awe. Me Dancing that you keep our legs. She just loves to PUT ME TO SING and dance and just do all this entertain them so they they used to put me on the table and then you single China ticket. Shantytown ticket charity charities. Lot Checchi was like what my godmother like that was her her name Formula CIANCI and then believe it or not name stuck with me through sports through dance companies through school even my principal these Chachi. Nobody only addressed as Grizzle was a hell real deep shit when Middle Name. I was like Oh I do meet Eddie. Say my mom or your diploma. You're walking across the stage and that's when they say yes friends like we. We have a gazelle in this class. But I love it and I think it kind of like Like my personality is a little like that. Chachi very spicy and like you know. Let the are hand that kind of thing so it just Kinda like goes nice. What we're so happy to have you here. Welcome Bangladesh. We didn't even introduce a show. We were just down. We're ready for you. Well honey told me she was like we have a guest and we cannot wait to talk to her and I said honey. Now tell the truth. Is this your only way of getting to Romeo? Santos you've got to know the love Israel for honey. It is not that I don't appreciate these be familiar and give us a little bit of your background like how you came up and what you're doing now so I'm a singer dancer actress. I started off as a professional satisfied. Answer and I traveled the world with Dance Company. Where did you first start as the anti? Where did you dance with? A company called Caribbean soul. And so we were like the first time I went To Europe London Italy Czech Republic was eighteen. Nineteen twenty with salsa. Dance Company. Your parents feel about that because Latino parents they don't even want you to go away with you my mom. My mom was like you'll you need to get a job? You need to get a real job and I'm like mom traveling. The world like I am teaching workshops. I'm judging for ESPN on like I'm performing all over the world people and she was like to her wasn't it wasn't she didn't believe it until she stopped. Saw Me on stage doing I was in the musical Salia. The life of music of Celia take between you deciding that you were going to be an answer to when you were in Salia Really they called me for the part like three days before opening night. The show was already in preview. Ironically I had already listened to my mom so it was technically like my first day My first semester in college. Oh that's good so it didn't take that long you know. Some of us are still struggling to remember. I graduated high scores Seventeen. I didn't go into college. Directly or seventeen twenty twenty one. Okay so I kind of like waited because I was traveling so much with dance and then people would be like Some of the choreographies will start with me singing and then we will go into the dancing girl that you need to focus on your voice and singing. I was a little bigger though and so I remember getting hired in Atlantic City and his producer was like well if you lose weight. I'll pay you more money. That would happen. We'll catch you your. She can't tell me that definitely was paying me more money. By the time I finished or whatever that was what it was like started. The transition also From the just dancing and seeing dance at my mom used to put me in everything so that I was like preoccupied with stuff so I was a baton twirler. I was in beauty pageants. I play the trumpet. I was in the drama club. I was in the singing club I was. Were you an only child? No like my brother and let me tell you. My mother was a single parent. She didn't credible jobs to keep me very like once. Her nationality Regan Puerto Rican. Rigo like full blown Latina. Hey you're a so you know. Just one thing opened the door for the other thing and that show that actually that producer told me a little bit weight. Had me singing Doing a little bit of acting and dancing so it. Kinda like opened up like wait. I really like this to do this too. So it kind of started like opening everything else. When's the first time you realize you had a voice I think I would well. I was in elementary school really. I must've been like maybe eleven. To what was the song what was wrong it was. Selena Gomez down these days do.

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"chachis" Discussed on Chachi Loves Everybody

Chachi Loves Everybody

05:58 min | 2 years ago

"chachis" Discussed on Chachi Loves Everybody

"He Goes Matt on the air. I mean. What are you doing so the producer Rick Hanky? And then they had artists and I think it was kind of Lorne. Levin I think the British woman. WHO's I love, but at the time they didn't think the world is ready for a short. Bald Guy. Still, not sure yeah. I don't think so. Come, president, Dave CIANCI Dennis loves radio and all of his radio friend. Hey everybody because shot. She loves everybody. Matt Kim Field who I get to see almost every week. Come down the halls Ben's town because he records here with Kevin. WHO's the producer of Chachi loves. Everybody is also the producer of a much bigger and more successful show called flashback that Matt is the host of you know it's amazing. We're hitting our ninth year CIANCI. which is in January. Has It really been online years? Which is great? Great that really is great. That's I. met you then nine years ago? If you would've asked me I thought. Maybe it's been like five in never thought it hits nine the last week of January which is raised well. Let's get into the we. We have an icebreaker and we ask everyone with their favorite drink is and so, what? What do we have here that you are? It's a very large tall. Brought it because I was recording some other radio stuff earlier today it's a I got the big. What is it called? Frente? Whatever the biggest thing, but it's unsweetened green tea lemonade iced because I love ice drinks. I mean even coffee. When it's zero degree weather. When are you doing my morning? Show in? New York City. I would get up I. GET OUT OF A path train down the world trade. Center before I jumped in a cab to go up to Were Hot, ninety seven everywhere right there, the stations and I Would go to either starbucks or Dunkin donuts and get. BLACK IS NOT A. Not by coffee actually. In zero degree weather zero crazy. You still love it. I love ice drinks, too, and that's I think in American thing. Largely you go to Europe and they are actually like. Why do you want ice in your? And if you put ice in it, it's it's like to ice cube and it just seems like he's been sitting around for four days I love. Is So you develop? The taste is tea as a kid growing up or no green tea I discovered obviously from going to a Asian restaurants and when they made. They made it available with lemonade I just give it a try. One day. It was a hybrid thing they didn't and that's an ordering. Coffee that her ice black coffee isn't lemonade ICED tea. That's an Arnold Palmer right. Yeah, it is, it is, but it's usually black T.. A different shade of Arnold Palmer. Restaurante Amount Penfield. Dog. Chachi into..

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"chachis" Discussed on Chachi Loves Everybody

Chachi Loves Everybody

08:14 min | 2 years ago

"chachis" Discussed on Chachi Loves Everybody

"I'm Bob More I'm the general manager of Kayla sex in Los Angeles keeps escalade. I am because okay. Yeah, and he goes I said, and they're telling me that I can hire Howard Stern. And these are bells words. Do you know trickery like oh? Yeah, you know Kevin Weatherly I. Know Kevin Well Those Two idiots won't hire Howard and his contract. It states if an infinity station won't put him on. He's free to market any place in the marketplace. Whole Mike God. So, I call corporate. I say. I'm going to New York next week to meet with Howard his agent. And they go. What are you talking about? I said I'm going to get Howard Stern to come to Los Angeles morning. President Dave CIANCI. Dennis loves, radio and radio. Hey, everybody, because shotty loves everybody. Very excited to welcome Bob more for our third podcast. Thank you so much for for coming today bombers. Thankful we, we appreciate it going to get into the wealth. We decided to start the first three podcast with Los. Angeles legends, so Johnny, Kay, Rick, Cummings and Bob More how great company Really Good Company and your careers just incredible, and we're GONNA get into that in a couple of minutes, but I well let me just give you a quick view of Bob's career starting in television, and then move eventually moving into radio are rises all the way to dos of CBS, running all the sales responsible for over two hundred million dollars in revenue, a year, eventually becoming the general manager for KBC Kahlo S, working with nor nor patents. podcast one and now the president of Sports USA. Company right so incredibly impressive career before we get into all of that and all the trials and tribulations in. A emotions that you went through also hiring Howard Stern here in Los Angeles. To cover I, WanNa talk about the drink that you chose for today and by the way, let me start off by congratulating you of the three interviews. We've done so far. Johnny chose a Dole whip, which is a lowered have no idea what that is. It's like shirty. Fruity frosty type drink that he got hooked on at Disneyland in front of the Tiki. Room Rick Cummings chose T-. But you have come, and actually asked us for a gin and tonic. I'll are sorry gin vodka vodka. Todd CA tonic. I'm old school when somebody asks. What your favorite drinkers I put aside my ice tea and my diet cokes and go straight for the booze and I I love that, so we're. We're officially drinking at eleven. AM and yeah town. As. I wonder how this is going. And this is how radio UC used to be so thank you for for actually a breaking out breaking out some alcohol and it's funded. Enjoy this with you. Know problem, so fill me in on the the GIN and vodka keep on Jihad ca the tonic and vodka. Why is that your favorite drink well? Here's the thing I'm a lightweight drinker I'm not a heavy drinker so I found after sampling numerous things. That vodka tonics I could tolerate because I could always add more tonic in know, and if I really wanted to be slim about it I could do vodka soda or had more so. And it's drink that I can tolerate. You know how often do you indulge? Maybe once or twice a week? Okay, I'm really I'm not a drinker. I drank handily between the ages of sixteen and twenty. One and I quit drinking between twenty, one and thirty five. No kidding for Teen Years Yeah. That must have been incredibly difficult. Just because of the career. It wasn't difficult. There really wasn't yeah. What made you decide to take the hiatus? 'cause I was totally out of control. I'm a lightweight drinker, and I grew up in Wisconsin in a small town where everybody had a fake ID at sixteen and the drinking age was eighteen and I want to the same bar from the age of sixteen to twenty one 'cause they changed the drinking age in the middle of that two twenty one. Okay, so you were like grandfathered in yeah. Why was greater than with a fake ID okay? A. Fake Id. So at that point I realized I can't tell can't handle liquor. It's not good for me so I quit for many many years, just cold Turkey. Yeah! I didn't have a drinking problem. My problem was what drinking did to me and. I never had a thirst for alcohol. Okay, yeah, so were you in Radio in Wisconsin Casino your Crohn's I graduated from college I started radio and Oshkosh Wisconsin Oh. Okay radio station am. How'd you get the job there? My next door neighbor. Was the general manager of the radio station and he ran into me when I graduated from college. And he said what are you going to do now and I said I have no idea, but I don't want to go to Vietnam and he goes. Oh, you should come out and work for me. You should sell radio advertising. I said really and he goes come by the station tomorrow and I'll show you around. We'll discuss it all my sales manager there and we'll hire you I said okay, so I drove out the radio station one of four radio stations in Oshkosh Wisconsin. And I spent two hours walking around the radio station, interviewing with them, and they hired me, and this is a true story Chachi. I sat outside of the broadcast booth, listening to watching the guy speaking to the microphone and listening Kamata those little tiny speakers outside of the booth. Sure and that was almost fifty years ago. I have no idea how that happens. Then and I have no idea still to this day. How that happened I? Mean like the technology. I know that there's something goes to a transmitter, and that goes out the airwaves, but other than that I have no idea. Oh my God! That's hysterical the truth. Have you been to a transmitter site? I. Never thought to ask Allah Howard knew that. Something goes to that I've I've replaced satellite receivers I've done the hard lines done all that I mean I've approved Sherry. Well, apparently, you don't need to know because it's worked out just fine. Work. You've had an amazing career so Oscar. Lucky! You're an account executive. Are you there? I'm there for a little over a year. And I decided that this is it man? I gotta go to the bigger market and I've got a really burst out. So they transfer me to the home station in Madison Wisconsin Okay so this is a pretty big operator and about fourteen stations. Men West family okay. I'll assure still around today still around today, so I go to Madison I'm one of like fifteen or eighteen salespeople people, and these are the days when remember am is the king and the FM is the giveaway share almost like it doesn't exist, so I was right at that transition, sixty, eight, sixty, nine, seventy were all of a sudden, the FM stations started to make an impact and start the be valuable, but it was still the am stations were the king, and it was W SM Madison. And Magic FM in Madison and W SM was a top forty rock station actually did very well and I I did very well there. And then I decided after about two years. It was time to not leave Wisconsin,.

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A Review of 'It: Chapter 2'

Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast

10:08 min | 2 years ago

A Review of 'It: Chapter 2'

"Today. We're discussing. Sometimes it comes back for you where it's more boring name it. Chapter Two starring Jessica chastain James mcevoy Bill Hater Isaiah Mustafa Jay Ryan James Ran Soon Andy Bear. Some of these people have to just be happy their names on a poster oester. I mean who the hell some of these guys the old spice guy because his name above the title and Bill Skarsgard as pennywise directed by a Andy Machete this is Arnie Coz now playing and the fun is just beginning Ed Stewart and this is the host who still insists he sees the ghost Jacob it aftermath aftermath wow as Stephen King Fan as somebody really into Stephen King around the time this came out of you. Remember dark tower came out right before this. I was actually buying a couple of Stephen King Trotsky to go on my bookshelf with all my Stephen King Books. They're made like a Jack torrens action figuring things and I'm like you know they don't make too much of this so I'll get a couple of these and put them up there. It exploded merchandising for every Stephen King thing. There's a hot wheels Christine. There are more pennywise figures that I can count what I'm not kidding. Wow Yeah so ooh many pennywise toys of all price points this has opened a floodgate on Stephen King that has never been opened before merchandising him to the Gen xers. I think so what does that mean. I mean we all know what merchandise meant and fanning the love of Star Wars. What would it mean to hold a bobblehead. Ah pennywise Ernie called GEN-X. You GotTa Buy Your Co.. POPs gets by stuff by toys by Chachis of stuff you like and Stephen King's. The big caught thing now so let's just how the market is. Is it selling yeah okay. I mean I didn't buy any of it. The moment you know what I liked about it when it was niche and there was like two things I loved it when every week. I'm getting an email this new pennywise doll for two hundred dollars. I'm like fuck it pennywise varian Syrian funk. Oh pops are there. Oh my God so many long tongue pennywise bloody pennywise smiling pennywise frowning penny wise spider pennywise okay this kind. It helps me understand why you were so into skarsgard. They've really been able to magnify what was a very small part of the film really wasn't in that many scenes and by my impression Russian he was only good in about half of them so how he has lived on in the minds of the viewer is through merchandise he made an impression he scarred us and and now two years later he's coming back to finish the job yeah and again. I'd equate to a Freddy Kruger. I'd think it's the closest thing we've had to a horror icon. In a long time and Freddie never had that much screen time it was people talking about Freddie and Robert Englund Cameo films. You know so and I think merchandising we've made every Jason we've made every Friday. Oh my God pennywise we have something new to sell but the highest grossing nightmare on Elm Street movie wouldn't begin to touch the gross of of this fill it goes well beyond the reach of a horror audience. I mean this. There were people in my neighborhood I walk my dog and churchgoing folk who I would never suspect suspect to have opened a cover of Stephen King said. Oh it's coming out soon people. I would not imagine demographics that do not see any other horror. Film are are coming out this weekend and why the impression I got was they really loved the kits. Yeah I think that I it was huge and almost every viewing was sold allow. When I went to go see this Friday night theaters packed yeah you can keep going on about penny wise and I think you're right for a certain level of people that loves horror ICONOGRAPHY. That's a thing thing but I feel like in mass. The reason why this is so beloved because it goes those children were so good and it connected to childhood so well and that's the struggle of chapter or two. I know that the kids are coming back in some role but the torch is being passed. It will now be for new actors. That didn't even have the job when the first movie he came out. What's funny is before it chapter one came out the sequel was in pre production. You know the studio knew what they had right and so when they were you're doing pre release interviews with the cast they asked the young kids who would you like to play you and Young Beverly said Jessica chastain and that kind of makes sense I mean chastain had had worked with Michetti before and I mean how many red headed actress sent me as I mean. It's either her Dallas Broward Sophie Turner from X. Expend Dark Phoenix twenty seven years later. That's great highlight store here. Maybe and then Wolford said Bill Hater. Those actually happened yeah yeah. I don't know how much they had already envisioned for chapter to win. Two years ago it blew up. They had talked about it. The whole way through one is what it was. They kept saying if we do a two. Let's leave this hook here. Let's leave this here. Let's leave this vague enough here. They knew if the movie was successful while filming part one in sixteen. If this did well we would want to bring the kids back would want to have some flashbacks but we're gonNA focus mostly on the adults and they had vague the ideas but they did never script yeah they knew the parts of the book they had left behind and so that was a lot of material is a big ass book. They could make lots of movies out of what was remaining remaining of that but they didn't have a script. They didn't have a cast again. It wasn't called Chapter One. They shape the experience as total you could just watch that movie the and be done and that was the studio's. Choice Warner Brothers did that the makers want to call it the losers club so that it had a hook there for a second one and and I think the compromise was chapter one at the end credits. I stand by that. I think that movie does work as a standalone if it had bombed and we never got chapter two I think that would still be a satisfying the movie as far as the art goes and I appreciate that I like it when movies tell a story instead of teas another film to come out at some other point I also think I think that there is a lot of ret conning done in the film. We're here to talk about today. Oh yeah they didn't create a first chapter that set up a lot of things they're we're going to do in this film. That's why there's so many flashbacks yeah they had to correct it by bringing the kids back and they did d. h. them with CGI because kids at that age you know two three years later look very different. I noticed height differences. I noticed like some who were shorter than beverly in part one out taller than beverly only in part to but they made the faces look younger yeah. I noticed that at times. They look a little bit plastics. Oh okay that makes sense because they D- aged Regata de age. These teenage kids not only like that but I noticed some of the lip sync work. That ain't his voice. You know your voice changes to three years later. They can't say the lines like they would've in the summer of one thousand nine hundred nine so oh yeah you just get people that kinda sound like them but are not them. Jack Dillon Grazer was the one who looked most distracting to me like for some reason his face just look blake an old man made into a child and but this is expected to be huge based off the first one I mean the first one broke records chapter. Two is breaking a record. It's the Whitest ever released for an R rated film with over forty five hundred screens in the US alone and they were saying hundred ten million two hundred twenty million this weekend. It's already falling short of expectations though it is it made less in preview screenings than the first film. It's estimated now. It's going to make less over the weekend than the first film. What did the first film do. The first film got one hundred thirty five million the first weekend. I guess I didn't see that opening weekend side there. Wasn't the big crowd. I didn't realize I was so big right away. I thought that kind of had a slow burn so it's looking like this will be perhaps second-biggest and they're now readjusting estimates down to ninety ninety million. Maybe as low as eighty million compared to one hundred thirty five million for the sequel. I gotta think some of it is you don't see kids and is not an eighties period piece. The nostalgia culture isn't there to draw in the big audiences. I know when I saw it chapter one opening weekend. Neri empty seat in the house. When I saw this opening night it was about a two thirds full on the APP but a lot of people didn't show up like all the seats around me were Phil on the APP and people just didn't come. I think that's the result of that. AMC stubs premier as you can buy tickets for no money so you reserve seats and like I'm decided not to go interesting house in the same screening as you Arnie for Thursday I max we didn't see each other until after after it was all over with but I did also go back and saw matinee on Friday. There was almost nobody there so I have not had the experience that this is something the masses asses are turning out to but the numbers are saying something different even at one hundred million if that's less than expected. That's an amazing opening. That's huge yeah for an R rated Orville. Matt is amazing and like I said packed when I saw it. I do wonder when the reviews started coming out and I always avoid reuse but you always see headlines in that. There were some concerns turns and I wonder if that scares some people away like they were not buzzing like with chapter one. I didn't hear anything I didn't see any reviews before going in but this movie cost cost twice as much as the first one bigger actors in it so if it makes less this one costs seventy million dollars they had budget built in for de aging kids and they had named named actors who we know and some of whom need to redeem themselves from an earlier x men film this summer and needs a show they still can do good budget built in so they didn't have that crap. Raffia from the TV series and it's also longer they can't screen it as many times in a day because it adds. It feels like another hour. It's not quite that it's more more like forty five minutes but still it's two hours fifty minutes. It's almost three hours. We're talking to vendors level length here well. The first chapter one was also over two two hours but this goes beyond that by at least forty minutes so again for lots of reasons. If you know the book and hold the opinion I do the best stuff.

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Do You Find It Difficult Asking For Money?

The Fast Growth Podcast

06:37 min | 2 years ago

Do You Find It Difficult Asking For Money?

"Been wanted to talk to you about for awhile so most of my clients most of our clients have one of the biggest issues they have have lots of people contact them a lot of people inquire about their services but they cannot convert them into into the decline than there is a lot of struggling that the c- <hes> at today's above example spoke to <hes> one one of my mike lines <hes> her name is jessica in jessica's being running the healing breakfast for walt. She's been she's been raking specialist and she's been doing ricky for a long long time but one of the biggest roadblock is <hes>. She doesn't have a problem getting the client but she has a huge huge huge problem problem charging those clients. She's been charging so she started with thirty dollars for a session bench. Increase it for thirty five forty bucks fifty dollars. That's right so now she's at a fifty dollars per session <hes> and she's finding it really rayleigh rayleigh difficult to actually sleep. Take it to the next level writer. This is most of the people if you have this blockage that you can't josh more. You must listen to this today because really wanna talk about the blockage the money blockage you have today not to not be able to accept money not being able to ask your client for more money. We are not being able to ask your relatives or friends. <hes> if the comment the house for you help not being able to charge them so if you have this problem album must listen to this today right because this might change your life see that is the biggest issue we have some money. Problem is is not just a one off problem. It's it's consistently same baton going around in your life so if you're one of those people who can't aunt charge to the clients rod declines come to you and they asking you know we need your services than you say yes. I'm happy to help you but at the end when the time in comes in you need to actually send them the invoice you charge them. You just can't would sell what yourself together and oscar the money looking for right and this is being. This has been the most people spending that they just can't charge money. They oxfam money and i think it's a it's goes back to the childhood. <hes> there's some sort of stuff happening the childhood way you develop that relationship with money that <hes> if you ask for money something bad might happen like give you an example of jessica just had this issue whenever she asked money from her mom and dad about something like in a bucket money attained tain to school. She always found that there was a fight happen ride whenever she went to mom and ask for money. <hes> mom just couldn't give because she wasn't working. Mama's dead and dad couldn't give the money because of any reason the meaning should go out of that was whenever i ask for money defied happens right so i must not ask for money so she never actually asked money for mom and dad and she never did anything unique. She never she whenever she needed money and she went to her parents and the something happened. Some sort of some sort of bad thing happened. According to some fight happened. Some argument happened some sort of <hes> in a disagreement that grumman happened and she developed his <hes> belief that whenever i go and ask for money something bad will happen and i she lived her most live <hes> based on that belief whenever she went out and offset glide for money. She believed that you know ascii. Money's a bad thing and that's that's not. I quit for if you are in the business world. If you're in the business world you're going to be asking load of clients for money. So what is quick fix for that. What is the quick fix for that so the quickest fix we found is working really well as you don't ask for money. Let other people ask money for on your behalf c credit third person have third bush and who would be asking for money in charging money for the clients rights have for example. You just say i'm my services gonna call us ninety bucks <hes> by session from now onwards and you let other people know that other person might be working five rs and her only job or his only job is <hes> just asking clients to pay for it. That's it nothing else so you could actually ask your daughter to do it. You could actually your friend to do it. You could ask anybody to do it and their job as saying <hes> you know they setting setting the appointment or if you can't do it and then just saying that bathing wise into this place that's it. You don't even talk to your client about money so if that's the problem in writing so this is the biggest thing when we spoke to jessica jessica just chachi was just like charging thirty bucks forty bucks fifty bucks and she couldn't increase freeze the amount to the best thing works people like that. He's if you have this money blockage way. You can't ask your client for money. The best to get a third bush involve and eh the third person off declined to pay as much as the rates are right so you don't need to get involved in that. The third person will say hang on dishes the fees this much is going to cost and book an appointment. Here's a link for the calendar booking appointment. If you're interested in that are making an automated thing that on the website it clearly says one sessions going to cost this much and you put it on the u._r._l. Out there so asked by doing this you putting yourself out of the picture because there is internal issue you have it. You definitely need to deal with. I'm not saying just put under the drug and forget about it. You definitely have to get it sorted with somebody who could actually help you in that but in the meantime to get that fixed the way to get that fixes sixes you take yourself out of the picture and get somebody else in wall and let them ask for money so that you could actually do what you're supposed to write. This is the way we do it. This is the way i thought of help. Jessica as jessica is not part of this. She just wide service in third person somebody else. Her friend works five hours. A week or six hours is a week for her and she does the other work she does sending the messages sending invoices to be pulling asking them to pay for it so that makes it easy because other russian doing it and <hes> you can actually breed with more people so hope this was useful gwen applying for a and i'm sure it's going to be really good for your business.

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"chachis" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

10:56 min | 3 years ago

"chachis" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Think that any athlete at any point the last twenty years has been paid over a million dollars by next to attend school in dogfight be surprised because I just don't think that it was necessary for Nike to pay that number right I think that I think that they were able to buy off these players and bribe these players with amounts for less than a million dollars so we're gonna we're gonna take some phone calls at the bottom of the hour but I will take one phone call now in regards to this subject because we're going to switch subjects so let me take a quick caller now question about you know the let's go to Scott Scott you're on with Michael of an idea how are you was of Scott appreciate guys talk about this Michael went when you talk about the payments or or just in general do you think these players are paid was like untraceable debit cards how does the money get to that last question I have a question go ahead Michael well the majority the payments are routed either through managers are intermediaries I mean in one instance cash was literally flown from Los Angeles to Phoenix and given to the players mother so a lot of these transactions are actually in cash dollars green backs if you will that are given to the player or the players family or somebody around them so that they're not directly traceable but I will tell you that based on the evidence that I've seen and then we have turned over and that we have exposed you know this wasn't a very sophisticated operation and that at least it wasn't sophisticated enough to avoid some trace of these payments and that ultimately will be the on doing I think as it relates to this bribery scandal Scott hope we answer that question for you thank you for your feedback all right thank you Scott if you have a question about you know the will take your calls but we want to take some calls coming up at the bottom of the hour all right let's have a little bit of fun here let's switch topics a little bit you're not afraid to go out anyone on Twitter and what I don't understand are the people that go after you on Twitter for example yesterday Meghan McCain right you listen I'm not gonna defend Meghan McCain we all know why she's on the view is because her father and I don't know what she's ever accomplished in real life and you've pointed that out on on social media nothing only and that nothing I agree with you a hundred percent so she's trying to diminish what's going on the border with these kids that are in border custody and she's trying to diminish them talking about her father and talking about how he was tortured because some people are saying these kids are being tortured and actually I would agree with that when you consider what's going on there so she decides to go after you in regards to some ongoing litigation that you have with some of your cases whatever happened innocent the proven guilty I don't know so she decides to go after you you're going after her explain to me this whole situation well I mean let me say a couple things first of all anyone that is followed me at least closely over the last eighteen months knows this about me or should know this about me I rarely if ever throw the first punch however if you throw a punch at me or if you come for me I'm going to deliver many many more in return and I'm that's just how I'm built and I've always been built she went after you first so just to be clear okay there's a long history here there's a history with Alyssa Milano there's a history with her and there's a history with others and so you can't just look about what at what just happened I will tell the story makes a brief story first time I went on the view I was there had a very good time on the show before the show I made it a point to go up to Megan and we talked briefly and I told her how much I respected her father and I considered her father to be an American hero as do I and that even though I disagreed with him on a number of policy positions I always had the utmost respect for John McCain I and in that it was a pleasure to meet her I was nothing but kind to her okay on a sub subsequent appearance or two same approach to Meghan McCain I've never sat across word to making McCain about anything even though I disagreed with a number of statements and I thought she was Adeline and some things okay now fast forward to November of last year I'm arrested on these absolutely fabricated bogus allegations of domestic violence which resulted in no charges despite three or four investigations as soon as I'm arrested Megan takes an opportunity to go after me and start calling me a scum bag in a number of other things on national television I did not respond to the time because it was an appropriate time to respond then fast forward to this March in connection with my rest related and Nike case and other things she does the same thing again to me on national television I did not respond okay because I pick my moments so she said something on the view about you she said a number number of English is vicious things about me on the view and finally I'd had enough and so as a bridge as a result I decided to respond in connection with her ridiculous statements of what's going on at the border of which she knows practically nothing about first look I just interject first of all you're right she in turn I believe on the tonight show she's done nothing else in her career and now all of a sudden she's broadcasting on the view now I agree with you her father is a hero and every single time Donald Trump attacks John McCain it is utterly disgusting it's discuss what I wish you would stop attacking John McCain for a number of reasons number one John McCain is a hero and number two every time the attacks John McCain we have to hear from Meghan McCain yeah which was on its getting old after awhile right exhausted Michael at what point are the things that she says considered libelous or or slander why did so it's interesting that you raise that because I think that she's certainly either cross the line or is or is almost cross a line in connection with the statements that she made about me especially as of late it look you know if if if Meghan McCain Alyssa Milano and others if they can't stand the heat then they need to get out of the kitchen I mean they can't look and this is the same thing for Ben Shapiro yeah and a bunch of these other you know individuals on the right to claim that they're so tough on Twitter and social media it's a bunch of nonsense yeah I know you start calling these people out and they don't know what to do because they're not used to it they're not used to people on the left hitting back right and and hitting back hard and and that is one of the reasons why I become a very divisive figure over the last say you were you were a lot of people a lot of people on the right don't know what to do with makers are not used to having people on the last that hit back it's almost like they just bandwagon together and they attack you and then when challenged they they cancel for the play doesn't make it just doesn't make any look you were always on friendly terms with Alyssa Milano and she did the same thing when when it came to those types of allegations she's never apologize to you and you've got it even yesterday with Ben Shapiro not to be confused with Brian Shapiro that's happened a few times I wish I had his money he's certainly a very wealthy man and he's extremely intelligent but this is another thing I don't understand about him you know you've challenge him to a debate and he wants to attack you for alleged you know crimes that you've committed which you've never been convicted of anything you're still lawyers told never convicted of anything and bench real smart guy he knows that yeah he's still jabs at you and pokes at you and then you respond basically by saying why don't we debate on the air quick it's nothing I hate to bring up Chachi okay Scott bail because the guy I like what he hasn't done anything in like twenty or twenty five years he called us desperate by the way which is incredible because he has done more than Meghan McCain to be clear that is true that is true he was charging for tonight but there's another guy who refuses to debate you when he gave me excuses excuse after excuse and then when I went when he said you were a piece of crap that's why I'm kind of peril that's that's that's reasonable and I I posted it then I posted it because I wanted to show people this is what he says about you then why is he mentioning you he says that you plagiarized against him with the comment of make America America again because he brought it up at the Republican National Convention in two thousand and sixteen this is what I don't understand about some of these people if they think you're a relevant which clearly you're not but if they think that you are then why are they bringing up your name on social media why they talking about you don junior just brought your name up on social media the other day he continues to bring your name up why is it that these cowards continue to bring your name up on the right but yet they keep saying well he's a role that will stop bringing his name up and it makes no sense well not only that though but you know look to all the people out there by the way on Twitter don't come on my feet and Colby irrelevant you look like a more right if I'm not relevant what the hell are you doing we on my feet all right here's the other thing don't come on my feet and tell me that I should delete my account that nobody cares what I say or that I'm a relevant when you have like thirty followers okay if anybody wants to come I'm a fee that has more followers than I do and tell me that I should delete my account or I'm irrelevant I get no problem the people that follow you to the relevant what the hell are you doing following people if you had to block on social media well I've got I think I look the other day I think I have like twelve thousand are you kidding me no I'm Sir have you had death threats I've had numerous death threats all kinds of all kinds of crazy **** is going on with people you know coming to my residence or or the my family member residences I had to have a security detail at one time I mean it there's a lot of ventral a lot of crazies out there I would imagine when when you're representing stormy Daniels you knew that you know your voice was gonna get out there and I have did you ever imagine in Europe in in your wildest dreams that it would get and escalate to the place that it has become now where you've had so many haters out there so many whack jobs out there and you know so many people that are out to get you not just legally just on social media I mean did you ever think that we would get to this point no I didn't I mean I I didn't expect the level of exposure and I certainly did not have an appreciation for the letter a level of hatred I mean even you've seen it since our association yeah I've talked about at all this year you've never seen anything like it you know the Arab leaders and out on the street has no idea the things that people attempt to DO relating to trolling me or or spreading false rumors expiring people say well goes with the territory and you know what they're right it does go with the territory to a point but look here's the other thing to all of you know Jacob wall I know you're listening because you're so obsessed with made by the way tell people who that guy is amazing he's he's an absolute nobody he's you know all right wing I don't even know if he's twenty years old is not John he said not Charlie yeah he's fabricated claims against Bob Miller I mean this guy is on borrowed time with some of the stuff that he's done and I am confident he's not alternately gonna get away with that but look you know just so.

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"chachis" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

04:02 min | 3 years ago

"chachis" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"To New York, which by all modern experts standards, I go to triple eight for these estimates should have cost at least forty eight hundred dollars close to five grand. We did for the exact amount of let's see looks like nineteen hundred just under two grand, and we did it living like kings. We ate like kings. We had a beautiful hotel room. We had a fantastic view out of our of our hotel room at the gorgeous New York City skyline. And we did it for less than half of that. And we did it pretty darn easily. Brief recap stay at least fifteen minutes away from the big city that you're trying to visit because the hotels close by through no fault of their own real estate super expensive out there. Get yourself fifty minutes away. Fifteen minute drive fifty minute train ride still keep your view of the city and you're paying at least half that in the cost of hotel room next. I try going to cities with an a two hour drive for me. Other people are saying four hours and people are happy driving six hours, salute to you knock yourself out decide what your personal best is with regards to a drive time and drive there. Instead of flying much less chance of lost luggage. You're going to be pretty pleased at the stuff that you see along the way to, I'm starting to appreciate the long drives again member one, we're kids and we will do anything to avoid a long drive. Well, I've got great kids who really, don't give vetch too much, when victor's behind the wheel, and we're driving somewhere to our seems to be a really good amount of time for us. But they've gone my God four hour six hours in the car decide what your family's up for go for it. Get yourself a hotel room with a full kitchen. Knock yourself out with the refrigerator. You got the fruit in there. You got the snacks in there. And here's one of the biggest things this is pretty prevalent out there. So it shouldn't be hard to find get yourself a hotel deal with the free breakfast and extra. Points and then load up at breakfast, obviously, this is no time to be dainty. Use your best table manners but shout down like king Henry. Okay, because that's free. And then we're talking about a nice little dinner as well. The soup and sandwich, the soup and salad whatever they've got there. I am digging that. That's going to be my new normal. That's going to be what I want from now on is not only the free breakfast for Chris. But the free dinner as well, because also by the time you get back to the hotel, and you're thinking about dinner always, you probably think about dinner. You've probably been snacking all day in your travels. You probably not really in the mood for anything that heavy, you've got tons of snacks in your room. These hotels have got their finger on it, man soup and salad. So rolls some crackers something for everybody. It is brilliant. I love it. Love it. Love it love it. When you get to these locations where you're going to visit you don't have to buy something super Uber pricey at the gift store, they suck you in. I swear to God, they have their own planetary gravitational force to suck you and the. Ones you love straight into them for a book? That's about six times the cost of any other book in modern society or a little Trotsky or a little, he, here's a rock from this space. It's going gonna cost you ten bucks for a rock. It's only ten bucks for this rock, your brains just go a little, mushy inside these gift stores. Avoid them partner up buddy up, when one of you starts to get the glazed eyes have the other one out of there. Don't go for a lot of the expense of Chachis moving on moving on and getting yourself into a city where there's museums. There's free places to go a lot of times the travel itself do bring your way across New York is not a free activity, but it's not as bad as you think it would be, and once you get there walking around, it's free. So get yourself to a place where you've got the museums free going to Radio City Music hall free. We could have spent hundreds on tours. We didn't. And here's another thing. If I can understand the train lines in New York City USA anyone. One can understand the train lines. All right. There are a zillion options because there's zillion people living there. Learn the train systems and save yourself, huge. Here's one more thing. I wanted to make sure we got here. I.

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"chachis" Discussed on Your Brain on Facts

Your Brain on Facts

15:58 min | 3 years ago

"chachis" Discussed on Your Brain on Facts

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"chachis" Discussed on Your Brain on Facts

Your Brain on Facts

15:58 min | 3 years ago

"chachis" Discussed on Your Brain on Facts

"Welcome to a special blast from the past episode of your brain on facts and episodes. So nice, I'm putting it out twice. In addition to putting this episode in front of newer listeners who may not have heard it last year. It's also an opportunity for me to fix a couple of things with the volume levels, and punch-up the pacing a little bit as well as to show off my buddy, Sean from stories of your in yours who contributed to this episode so sit back, relax learn and enjoy. As the spike in sales of neckties and Gulf beam. Chachis tells us last Sunday was Father's Day and no it's not the day that sees the most collect calls all year. For one thing, it's not nineteen eighty-seven who makes collect calls. Where do you even find a payphone my own father, who's gone on before was a SCI fi fan of field school bread to the bone? My mother would buy him grocery bags of pope paperbacks for his birthday. The man had the original Star Trek series in its entirety on VHS commercial-free taped off the TV and at enterprise technical manual. So in his owner today's episode goes back in time to look at the future, as we dive into the worm hole of classic Sifi. My name's moxy. And this is your brain on facts. First off, and this is often a point of contention, we need to establish what we're talking about. When we say, Sifi, we're not going to haul out the Miriam Webster for this. There.

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"chachis" Discussed on Morning Mantra

Morning Mantra

05:16 min | 3 years ago

"chachis" Discussed on Morning Mantra

"What do we think? You know what? Stan. If you want me to wear thirty seven pieces of flair like your pretty boy over there, Brian, why don't you just make the minimum thirty seven pieces of flair. Hi. My name is Sarah. Excellent. I'm a run coach a lover poetry and person who cares about your wellbeing. You don't have to be an athlete to be coached and loved. And if you an anchor to hold onto as you move through a tough situation, you've come to the right place. Today's mantras expressing myself expressing myself. I recently rewatch the movie office space in honor of the twenty year anniversary of its release, and I gotta say this movie still kicks ass. It's visually hilarious and very striking in its late nineties, aesthetic. And the writing is fantastic for the first two thirds of the movie virtually every scene is a joke, machine visual jokes dialogue jokes. It's just it's amazing. And honestly, the movie has things to say about the nature of life and work that I think still resonate, perhaps, even more. So now. But my favorite part of this movie. Ron Livingston, Stephen root, not withstanding is Jennifer Aniston, and I found myself sitting there waiting for the part of the movie where she flips off, her boss takes off her apron and walks out of the stupid restaurant where she hates working. It isn't the job itself, though, that finally drives her out. In fact, she goes on to get another waitressing job at the slightly less stupid restaurant, right next door. And it's the passive aggressive expectation that she put on a show of obnoxiously false cheer every day in that she pretend that this obnoxiously false cheer is actually a true expression of herself that she become her work that she sacrifice her actual self on the altar of flare. Yes, that's the adorable gimmick of Chachis restaurant, the staff, where pieces of flair which are buttons with stupid sayings on them and things that light up, supposedly, to, cultivate, a fun loving atmosphere, which would drive most regular people wall. Joanna, the name of Jennifer Aniston's character complies with the restaurant's policy. She wears the requisite fifteen pieces of flair. She does her job, and she tries to go unnoticed by her boss, but he repeat. Heatedly gets on her case regarding her flair. I'm wearing fifteen pieces. She says to which your plies. Well, what do you think of someone who only does the bare minimum, and then he adds? We just want you to express yourself. You do want to express yourself. Right. The fuck is someone does boast to say to that expressing oneself in this workplace actually means align, your personal identity with my bottom line and evidence of how seamlessly such a thing can be done JoAnne, his boss, points out, the Gresley obnoxious waiter, Brian who voluntarily wears thirty seven pieces of flair and he has a winning smile. So in that moment when Joanna hounded once more for the volume for flare finally says to her boss, if you want me to wear thirty seven pieces of flair than just make the minimum thirty seven pieces of flair. It totally exposes the hypocrisy of this particular set of expectations, in a workplace that makes very sure that actual expectations are hidden murky and movable no one wins, except the people who are willing to let their identity. Be absorbed completely. Yes, as Joanna, you know what I do want to express myself. And that's when she gives Ron, the finger takes off her flair and storms out. Good fucking riddance. These very, very careful with anyone who asks, you to quote unquote, express yourself in accordance with their bottom line. We all have jobs to do, but a job that insists that your identity conform to it's synchronizes should raise some questions expressing yourself means advocating for yourself and your needs not putting on thirty seven pieces of flair that you hate to keep up with Brian if someone wants you to go above and beyond. Then they should have the respect ask you to go above and beyond knowledge. That that's what they're asking for rather than implying that who are depends on your willingness to do. So the reason people do this is that they know that if they ask you there's a chance, you'll say, no, there's a chance he'll actually express yourself and they wanna head that off at the pass don't play that game. Remember, it's when I take off the flare. It's when I. I put my needs I that I am expressing my self. Coached you I loved, and you are winging at life and the need more more inspiration, more content. More thinking, more.

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"chachis" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

03:10 min | 3 years ago

"chachis" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Tonight. Baby it is on game one of the Western Conference finals coming up tonight. Plus we've got the draft lottery. So we got expectations for postseason greatness and expectations for getting the guy. That's gonna turn it all around. I love the ping pong ball thing. Because it's like it's like walking into a bingo hall to see one hundred what Checchi's. Yeah. I'll allow that was said Chachis on air that kind of chart Skibo. What else would you call the name change from years ago to what things you put out on on your table or Africa? You as the as, you know, you do put your good luck charm out there, and carb carb is you call it a Chachi, right? The words. I'm just I'm telling that's fine. All right. It's still get you the old, man. What what was the for like? Along cliff? It was the bingo, bingo big. Pingo? Nothing's wrong with big older. Older, but you're of live life a little bit. Expand your horizons unless you feel as a millennial. You can't follow a bingo card. Very welcome. Not doing it for now. Put put this on the poll is going to bingo. Home living life a little bit. I think it's hanging onto expanding your horizons. It's trying new things if you haven't done it. Let me what's wrong about I love bingos much the next person. I love the NBA draft lottery even more because it combines just very together chance, but I don't know who's showing up to the NBA draft lottery. Like, we went we're talking, Nick. Thirty five is Patrick Ewing showing you see with China wise tonight. What? All right, let's head this discussion tomorrow morning when you see somebody up there with a little shot ski out in front of them. And then you're gonna look at that. And said, you know, what again, my father was right, and I'm mocked him. And he was right. And I should just learn from his at golick and wingo onto eter if you were going to represent your team at the NBA draft lottery tonight. What's your Chachi in order to answer? This question, you need to know what a charge is automatically filtering out. We're again missing the bigger what I've done hall was the bigger point. You know, what I've done here. I've made people smarter I've made them. Learn new word today. Ski knows what are charged. Okay. That's also true. Awesome Bickel halls awesome. But again was living your best life. When you know. It's done it every senior active center. Bingo, J thirty. It's also, you know, what when you go to casino and play bingo each card each time you play it's worth about two thousand and three thousand dollars. I bet you'd sing a different tune. If you're yelling, bingo, and they're handing. Meanwhile, we talk about. Sports one of the Western Conference finals. And of course, the draft lottery where the keys will be out. There will be skis, and there will be some bingo. This one z wants the all get Zion there nicely. Honestly.

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"chachis" Discussed on Q95

Q95

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"chachis" Discussed on Q95

"Joanie loves Chachi. Can you spell his name? No set the record with a hula-hoop measuring over seventeen feet in diameter. Weighing only nine almost nineteen pounds may said the inspiration for the record attempt. Yes. For those of you turning in this still is sports. I was doing an NCW dot com bracket challenge story, but Tom was bored. By that he said the inspiration for the record hula-hoop attempt came from his daughter who was a has a hula hooping start. She has a hula-hoop hooping startup. Wrap this up. There's a video the guy. Can you imagine though loop? You could park a truck inside the wow. That's crazy. Cool. I thought it was fun. The best part of the story is son's name. You have a pen already. Here you go. His name is Chris Han Bhatia Bhatia sixteen year old son. It's spelled K SHI. I today. You're listening to cash. Is there is there a radio station? Okay. But I mean is there. That's why I thought the story was great. Wow. A lot of English speakers in India, probably going to be kicked out of this kid's name. Try to get a commonly used English. He's a beautiful baby. So you're saying who cares about.

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"chachis" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"chachis" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"You gotta Jeffrey Lichtman. Wow. Good job too bad. We don't have a, you know with us. It's like don't ask don't tell. We have little Chachis to give away. It's sort of embarrassing. But we send you my love. If you don't set me, the, Michael Savage, Brooklyn. Okay. No. No. That's okay. He's gone. It's it's Ben Shapiro. I understand Ben Shapiro. He's got a new book coming out. So I'll tell you what hold on the line. Hey, get get bench information. You've got to hook up with some kind of Kurdish Lee will give him your hat. Give them. What is a brand new comic? Book coming out. There's going to debut February thirteenth of fortieth anniversary, a guardian angel comics stop it. We'll discuss it. We we have to discuss this does union. My brother-in-law's is a big animator like a big comic book. What does the? Give me doing the nutrients former, but they won't let me into a public school. Well, but I know they let you went to a public school. Are you serious? They won't let me come in public school know who who won't let you in who controls. The board of education department is a disgrace. You ever telling comrade build de Blasio? Well now, you do call. The dumbest fingerprints on it. But all of a sudden the invitation for me to come in and talk to a little while. That's not right. It's not right. Come on. Anyway, let's go to who's calling from New York. Welcome the Kurdish and Juliet Huddy here on WABC. Kurdish. I love what you're doing at talking about Malvar in that guy. Thomas..

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