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AJ Reflects on Death and Love

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:56 min | 4 months ago

AJ Reflects on Death and Love

"I watched snippets of Ivana Trump's funeral today and it got me set. Said that a great New Yorker is gone. Said that a woman who was as big as any building in that city's great skyline has passed. And sad just at the thought of what many of us will face one day. What many of you have faced and what Donald Trump is facing and dealing with today? And that is that awful moment when the good lord takes away somebody, we married, made children with loved and built a life with and somehow, when that day comes, it's not the fighting and the screaming and the disappointments and yes, even the infidelity, we went through that we think about, we cry because we know that a small part of us was still in the deepest purple of their hearts. And as such a small part of us dies along with them. Now the good news is that my first and second wives are still here walking this earth and either one has my ear and support whenever they should need it. And the next wife and I think we'll know who that shall be is as spry as ever and it's got a long way to go. But a little piece of my heart went under my mom and dad died. They took the little piece and my sister Lorraine took a small chunk too, Chico and Ronnie got their share. And, you know, too many others to count to be honest. So, as we suffered through these tragedies, our hearts become smaller and smaller until finally, they give out on us. One day. That's the way I look at death, anyhow.

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Make Sure You Pre-Order 'We'll Be Back: The Fall and Rise of America'

The Dan Bongino Show

01:11 min | 5 months ago

Make Sure You Pre-Order 'We'll Be Back: The Fall and Rise of America'

"I am also a senior columnist of town hall you might want to check out my new column Is John cornyn on drugs Because I hope he's on drugs because that's the best possible explanation for the insanity of his gun sellout And I'm also the author of will be back The fallen rise of America a book about where we are how we got here what pitfalls we face is are we just going to fade away like Japan where everybody's going to get old and live with their cats and have no kids Are we going to have a national divorce Are we going to have a Civil War I look at that I leverage my military experience including my time at the army war college I was at the U.S. Army war college which is the Chico state of war colleges It's a party war college but I leverage that And Dan bongino has blurbed the book A great Dan bongino actually says this is a good book You're going to like it go get it Are you going to disappoint Dan Are you going to break Dan's heart Pre order We'll be back the phone rise of America comes out July 12th and you can get it on Amazon or Barnes and noble where all the other book places

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 US inflation hit a new 40-year high last month of 8.6%

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 6 months ago

US inflation hit a new 40-year high last month of 8.6%

"There's no relief for Americans from the worst inflation outbreak in four decades The Labor Department says consumer prices jumped a full percentage point from April to May and 8.6% from a year earlier the highest rate in 40 years much of the blame lies with gas prices which dropped in April but soared more than 10% last month alone and are now averaging nearly $5 a gallon nationwide It's far more expensive in California where Bernice Chico's trying to stay off the roads We don't want to go too far We don't want to use the car too much because it's

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How Democrats Stopped One Man's Fight Against Gang Violence

The Larry Elder Show

00:56 sec | 10 months ago

How Democrats Stopped One Man's Fight Against Gang Violence

"Chico, we've got shooting in homicides up over the last couple of years year to year about 40% and almost all of the victims as you know are black and Hispanics. Why in your opinion have we had this increase in shootings and murders in the last couple of years? It's definitely political for me because I can tell you what happened to me in the city of Compton. I formed a continent and I did this, put crips in Paris rouge together. To stop all the gay mothers in the city and had a program I had this work and it worked. But guess what happened for political reasons, the political reasons they stopped my program and content. I was meeting with first and started off with four crypts and four blood at the end of the day I was meeting with 3000 crypts and pyruvate. So I went in front of the city council, which is I can say that it's all Democrats. And what happened, they denied my program.

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"chico" Discussed on Feliz Dia Novo

Feliz Dia Novo

03:09 min | 1 year ago

"chico" Discussed on Feliz Dia Novo

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"chico" Discussed on Feliz Dia Novo

Feliz Dia Novo

06:19 min | 1 year ago

"chico" Discussed on Feliz Dia Novo

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"chico" Discussed on WGBB Sports Talk New York

WGBB Sports Talk New York

05:58 min | 1 year ago

"chico" Discussed on WGBB Sports Talk New York

"But you know if you get hot chico. You might play three or four games. Billy you'll get back in there and if you win you at the end of the year within a game or two l just new so are wiser friends. Debbie and diane were friends and billy was off. Say that he. I don't know you know athletes in other sports. I you know there's guys like Quirky guys i know about but smitty was one of the most unusual guys but if you got to know him and you good you got to understand like this is the way i function. You know he would kinda say he didn't say it like that but you realize don't don't mess with certain things and you're fine be loyal. He'll be loyal I mean he he. And i were the bath but obviously the story about billy aren't true either. He had a chip on his shoulder. That and they kinda teach us outweigh that he'd just say hey. They're trying to steal money out of my pocket. They're trying to prevent me from reaching the goal. I want he says. And that's not gonna happen to whatever it took bill and some of it was well. Today would be spendable. Can't do anything so somebody would end up with a mouthful coho Stick right before from billy. All he was sneaky. And and you know. And and i love billy. That'd be sometimes. Billy that guy there you just. You just hammered he. He's not a bad guy. I mean. I didn't mind one time. I said to him. You know that. Bobby clarke you know. He runs around. He never fight. He's always like trying to get things gone and he's all get them tonight meeting. That would talk like that. I saw the end of the second period down at the old visitors in there. The secondary both meaty fifteen seconds left me dumps the puck in and smith guests. If you're looking at the goal to the right of the goal midi grabs the puck and he stands there and wait. Bobby clark is going to come in for checking like you always did and smid. He's waiting for him really. He took that puck. And when clark he got about oh you know like three strides away. He.

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"chico" Discussed on WGBB Sports Talk New York

WGBB Sports Talk New York

03:38 min | 1 year ago

"chico" Discussed on WGBB Sports Talk New York

"They only won one game but whatever it was in the bathroom nannies. Dry heaving quirky. What was going on. You got the flu. Jesus no he says. I know i gotta fight i gotta fight o. Riley again tonight. Clark did not like that and right. Yeah yeah you know. Some guy's dead. But even dave schultz in his book later fan thought it was just fun and games like world wrestling. But i mean these guys threw punches for keeps and And so like you say gary how it you know. When he started which which was great. They changed the rule but when we started and guys didn't have helmets. You could pull hair. Gary would say yeah the guy could be six to. But i'm grabbing his hair and pulling him down to five eight and then i'm a bottom and that's what kerry would do he and darryl fittler patta fight. There's a whole of famer. Yeah ice finally hit the ice bill and still throwing punches on their knees. They were both tough. And i don't know why people say why you fight so much. I said i really don't know we didn't make much money. Those guys yeah. We didn't really hate each other. I guess 'cause you know the coach said you had to the prevailing Peer pressure was to be tough and fight you know was that time period and So hockey had that crazy reputation. But i gotta tell you we go somewhere you go into a daily for the first time and people say you're chico rush you're with the honors and that was after we first stanley the first playoff. Yeah i didn't even know what delhi's worry people would know that yell at ya really but hey i love long island. It's got a special special spot because my you know my daughter basically was kinda born and raised there. We loved it and great friends and they got a new arena. New arena coming in for the starting next year. Chico finally going to get a new home yeah. We virtual tour last spring Lula morella was on and we we went through the dressing room and all the just four major bar restaurant. I mean they nailed it. Yeah i know a lot of money. They nail that. And you know they tried to keep the ceiling lower and try to pizza stands a little bit more on a slant like the old coliseum So they tried to create the ambience And boy the training center down below the ice surface for the team. You don't shoot pucks and do extra stuff down there really like no other rank and now it's gonna be great gonna be great. Yeah they win exact. That's that's that's the main thing. Chico chico restrooms tonight on the program i want to ask you about billy smith chico. You're the goalie they bring in. Billy smith how did you feel about that meeting. I were really good friends. Okay yeah no. He's one of my. He's one of my but but l. arbor l. Arbor was a master. He never created a rivalry between us. He would say no to number one. you know..

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"chico" Discussed on WGBB Sports Talk New York

WGBB Sports Talk New York

02:44 min | 1 year ago

"chico" Discussed on WGBB Sports Talk New York

"Wife still talks about it today. How eighty giacomo came on that. Boston congratulated you know the islanders and we used to say as players. We hated the rangers. We didn't really hate him but we had a kind of fit we hated. The flyers hated apply because they were just a mob of of a mob. China the broad street bullies. Yeah yeah they were anne and it works for them. Then we remember. You'll know third man in so if i'm if i remember clark gillies pounding dave show and fired. Two fires guy jumped them. Which is our fault we should have been. We should know that they were gonna do but so it was. We were the only team. I honestly and i talked to flyers. We were the only team that they knew we could stand up to them. The bruins pretty tough too but Those flyers were just I couldn't well. I still get my blood boiling bill clark. But and most most dupont good guy. We were working together. but I just remember one game in the It was at first year and they thought well. We're going to have to set these guys straight. And i can still remember the crowd just going bonkers from start to finish and you could charge. I remember gary. How would run across the just blow some player flyer apartment. Bobby knight would hammer somebody and you know they had a few guys that would but they never. They never won or dominated now. Yeah i mean. You're right gary how it was. It was a small guy. But you didn't want to mess with gary. How it was. Tough and clark gillies tells the story chico. We got chica rushworth tonight on the program that he got into it with eddie. Hospital are from From the flyers and he went to see him in the hospital. He put him in the hospital and he goes. I'm looking for a guy that looks like at hospodarske. And because his face was rearranged by by. Jeff throw yeah. I remember that fight. Yup poor eddie hospital a good guy he. I gave teammates but he just didn't have the heart but he didn't need it. I remember when we were in the playoffs against boston here. We won the cup and gorton terrier riley are going at it every game so before the game at home. I don't know it was a game. We eliminate him..

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"chico" Discussed on WGBB Sports Talk New York

WGBB Sports Talk New York

05:26 min | 1 year ago

"chico" Discussed on WGBB Sports Talk New York

"I didn't know except i do about those gates than those green uniforms. But i i got a call from bill torrey and he said well we're gonna call you up for a couple of games and we're going to be on the west coast which is really close to fort worth. So i went there and l. arbor told me i was going to play. And you know that franchise was at probably the least interest from their fans of any team so like first game there there was maybe six thousand vance seven and i lost three to one and you know it was fun. I just remember. I made a great save against reggie leach for somebody But then i thought oh jeez. I didn't really impress them. I'm going home. And then they told me. We're gonna take you back to long island. And i had never really. I guess i'd seen the arena but i'd never played in it and we were planning a minnesota north stars right off days later. I got to play that game and we won and you know the rest of this kind of history but yeah no that's it. You got a good memory. Chico yeah you remembered all that stuff How did you feel when they decided to leave the coliseum. I know you with the islanders. Then but Tell us about the the great days and The crowds at the coliseum during the stanley cup year. The first one well you know what happened. When i know the first year he wasn't very good. I'm playing in the minor league next year. I'm still in the minor leagues. But that's plato's to game. So the game. I played against the north stars at night. It was nice. You know like maybe eight thousand. Nothing earth shattering but then we came back the next year and we had gotten Like clark gillies bobby. Bourne danny was there billy harris. I mean gary hollick. Bobby nystrom and hockey was talked back then and fans loved it and i gotta say in the fall of that year you know the fan attitude was pretty much what it had been my team on my fall. Yeah we started winning. I would say around thanksgiving. I remember the first save of that year. I stopped bobby or it was nothing shot. It was from the blue line. But i remember thinking i just thought bobby orr and maybe i can play yes but it was in that you could have stopped it. It was against except it was probably are but anyway right so then we got l. arbor great coach. And then we start not only winning but we start like flyers would come in and intimidate us. Bruins we start at the pound back. And i gotta tell you by after christmas. That building started to feel and there was a feeling of excitement that the fans came to rock and we did too. I gotta tell you bill. Those from you know. Like i say the first of the year on you couldn't wait to play a game. 'cause we thought we could beat anybody and i just painted my mask. I had this new long island right math and and we were winning. And i mean it was it was it was.

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"chico" Discussed on WGBB Sports Talk New York

WGBB Sports Talk New York

05:39 min | 1 year ago

"chico" Discussed on WGBB Sports Talk New York

"Talk new york on w. h. e. b. We are in beautiful downtown merrick long island. They're on the way to the station tonight. I saw they have a carnival At the at america at the belmore train station the parking lot. Drying i can ahead over there when the show's finished and shoot those clowns in the mouth with The water pistols to blow up the balloons right brian. Yeah we're we're gonna have some fun go onto tilted well And enjoy ourselves. I think there's a weight limit on there though. So i may have a problem but let's talk about baseball season. Quick all right. That's good that was enough Great difference this appointment expected to go further. The new york mets wait to see where the yankees end up The thirty thirty on the six. Mets entertaining very entertaining. And we'll try to get a few of those guys back on the show in the coming weeks. I like to hear what lenny dykstra has to say. And i'm sure bryan will have the to cut out key ready to go the jets. I'll even killing me since nineteen sixty nine but right. Now we're going to keep the memories a rolling along our next guest. How ice hockey. Goalie and television sportscaster. He played in the nhl from nineteen seventy three to nineteen eighty seven. He wanna stanley cup. Of course with the new york islanders in seventy nine and eighty he served as the color commentator for the new jersey. Devils on msg and msg plus. It's an honor and a pleasure to welcome into the show tonight. Chico chico. good evening. I found that guy was going to be fun. I want you follow through. People are gonna wonder. Did he really ride the filter world. Ri we'll get some pictures. That's for sure. I i gotta some cotton candy and all that kind of stuff and we win a prize. That's worth like one cent after you spent twenty to play the game Bryan we'll we'll we'll chronicle for you. Chico no worry that now you were you were born in moose jaw scotch. Who in one of my favorite names in the world. What's life like in.

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"chico" Discussed on WGBB Sports Talk New York

WGBB Sports Talk New York

04:06 min | 1 year ago

"chico" Discussed on WGBB Sports Talk New York

"But strode strode acted with. John wayne He he was a favorite of director. John ford now. John ford When he passed away woody strode like took care of him and was a companion for him for for many many months when when ford was was was dying interesting. Yeah another piece information from bob. Claver and shawn johnson's book. The forgotten i As i said folks the book it parallels jackie robinson's story As an iconic piece of sports history but it really brings out the facts that are not known. And i guarantee you you guys out there and do not know the these players who broke the color barrier in the nfl. And i believe it's time definitely to to learn about these people and to to study it and to know it as as we know all the other records in sports This book there's a tremendous job of that. Thank you yeah great. Great job bob and Keyshawn how is it working with him. He's a media guy now. Yeah yeah. He's like keyshawn knows You could very savvy guy and he saw this as a meaningful project and extremely involved in it and with the concept with the layout with the you know the the execution of it and it was. It was great. He you know if you need to run stuff passed him and you know in any form he he was always there and we. I found it to be a really great partnership. And hopefully you know he. He's he's passionate about it because you know he is a little that he didn't know about these players when he was growing up two of them were were from his town and he you know and we're talking that first conversation. I said keyshawn played. a zero. zero tie can washington walks off field to a hero's exit sustain field. You walked off and ninety five and a year later. You're the number one overall pick and that's exactly fifty years after the color barrier was broken in pro football and that was really impactful for him and you know it got him fired up and then once we kind of learned about you know just how how owners just did not want black players in the nfl. For for many years until it was basically forced upon them and they ultimately relented and then the beginning of you know important. Reintegration occurs in overtime black players. Get a fair chance to the point. Now where you know. Football is looked at. Like if you can play the if you're the best player regardless of your race you're gonna play and you're gonna get the job and that's the way it should be. It should be it's not this month of democracy but it's a meritocracy. That's that's what it should be. You know you right. You earn the job based on the merits of your play. And that's generally what it is in all sports but especially in football. He should probably just said. Give me the damn book. Right bob. And then man. Yeah i missed him when he left the jets but he went to my second favorite team. He won the super bowl down there. So keyshawn holds a special place for me. Well bob it's been a pleasure. Thanks for taking time out of your sunday night to graciously be with us in short notice the book again folks the forgotten. I kenny washington. Woody strode marion. Motley bill willis and the breaking of the nfl color barrier. Where can folks pick it up. Bob get an at your.

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"chico" Discussed on WGBB Sports Talk New York

WGBB Sports Talk New York

05:35 min | 1 year ago

"chico" Discussed on WGBB Sports Talk New York

"There were specific. Death threats leveled against written in letters against motley and willis in advance of their first game in miami They play the miami seahawks and this is the nineteen forty six seasons so so brand gets a hold of these letters. That are threatening. You know their threats to kill both of those players because at that time miami today is considered a very progressive city inclusive. It's very diverse and accepting back. Then it was part of the deep south and literally black players were not allowed to play against white players in the state of sounds crazy. Now but that was the rule and So so paul brown gets these these death threats against two of his players and he kept them home. He paid them many and he kept him home. He didn't he didn't tell them. Why until after the season and They they were also called names all the time You know the n. Word was used multiple times against them. the willis described A game where one of the los angeles players had Not like razor blades in his In his arm patting that you know he would try to hit willis with so you know there were multiple instances where they found. You know they fought against this and they didn't really say anything because at that time or the part of the issue was that they they couldn't fight back They wanted to fight back but they could if they did. Then the fear was that people would say well. You see. they can't get along. You know branch rickey might say oh. It's not time yet. Jackie robinson but they took it and they dealt with it And you know but the players did come to their defense. It's still a very challenging time. As i said. I loved a lot of the facts brought out in the book bob. Tell us your favorite portion of the book that you really enjoyed writing and gives gives you a sense pride to have. That story told well. I would say overall it was it. Was the presentation. Believe it or not and he had a few the least football influence But he had a lot of cultural infants. And that's the story of what he strode You know can wash. It was a athlete. All america player. he was terrific. Bill willis and mary motley hall of fame players with the cleveland. Browns fast strode was kind of a little known a football player and only played a year. The rams got cut. He believes because he was married to a hawaiian woman which was considered Intermarriage at that time and he felt that the team did not want that and they released him but he he went onto an incredible career like a great american life and what he went to canada to play with the. Cfl's calgary stampede irs in nineteen forty eight to have the the cfl's only unbeaten season which today's standards and then he Went into a pro wrestling career and then became an actor. And he'd he'd been in spartacus. He was in a famous sightseeing with kirk..

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"chico" Discussed on WGBB Sports Talk New York

WGBB Sports Talk New York

05:39 min | 1 year ago

"chico" Discussed on WGBB Sports Talk New York

"That black and white players could compete not get into like fights Could compete athletically On a level playing field if you will And that gave him great motivation and mary molly treasured that letter And he joe horrigan from the pro. Football hall of fame always talked to marrying often. Talk to mary ann about that. Mary himself admitted you know he. He talked about how he had that letter and it was one of the proudest things he'd ever had. And and it was very enlightening for ricky. Because you know there was. There was fear of you know if you're going to integrate leagues. There was literally fear of fights breaking out black and white players play against one another but but branch rickey seeing that Really influenced him and set the stage and a lot of ways for him to sign. Jackie robinson the brooklyn dodgers in nineteen forty seven a year after motley and willis played for the browns and and washington and strode for the rams right. He didn't waste any time branch rickey he way went right now at the next year. And that's an example folks so what you'll find in this book. I want to tell you a quick story bob. I had the opportunity. I was at a card showdown. I think. He's a saint. Peter tampa and otto. Graham was there and they also had marion motley now. Marian needed a ride from his hotel to the mall with with the card show was so they asked me to go get him so i hop in my car. My rent a car and head over to the hotel. Fine marian get him into the car and we started heading over to the car show and such fascinating stories What a gentleman. He was in Very soft spoken and the chemistry between he developed with otto. Graham was really legendary. wasn't it it really was And they got along so well and that was one thing that you know. Paul brown pulp brown was legendary coach. A hall of fame coach known mostly for his brilliant schemes and strategy and motivation to a large degree. Very successful at massillon washington. High school in massillon ohio..

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"chico" Discussed on WGBB Sports Talk New York

WGBB Sports Talk New York

03:48 min | 1 year ago

"chico" Discussed on WGBB Sports Talk New York

"It you realize it's going to end in zero zero tight. Takes washing off feel with less than a minute to go. And all of a sudden the crowd just stands and hollers and screams and gives. Kenny washington this phenomenal ovation which woody strode described as like the the. The pope came out of the vatican. It was just so emotional and powerful and it just kind of points to the fact that this guy was the most dominant player in college football that year and He had this phenomenal career that that ended with this game And any any walked off to cheers from both usc and ucla fans and it was incredible. And then we contrast that with that same day in milwaukee is the nfl draft and under different circumstances. Can you washington is like almost a no brainer. As the number one overall pick if black people were allowed in the nfl he'd have been a number one overall pick in that draft but they had a twenty two round over two hundred players drafted. And His name was not called Nor was the name of any other black player in the country and it was a fitting contrast to kind of really point out. Just how How unwanted black players were in the national football league eating today most of the stars in in in the modern. Nfl or at least half most are are black players but back then they were not allowed and not wanted and it took until nineteen forty six That first year. When kenny wash didn't sign with the rams to to reintegrate football and that was for good and then a year later. Jackie robinson integrates major league baseball. And even that story is connected to kenny. Washington because Branch rickey who signed jackie robinson to the dodgers a year after kenny washington. I played Wanted to integrate pro baseball and he saw how this is. Where marion motley in duluth come in. He saw how molly willis played and played tough And there were no problems in the games that they played and brush. Ricky was from ohio and he saw that and he realized you know what. I think we can do this baseball. And it really gave him a lot of motivation to go ahead and signed. Jackie robinson So so so these stories are all interconnected and it's a fascinating time and by the time that was largely forgotten As far as the football players are concerned. Very true. Bob and speaking to bob lauber tonight. from newsday about his new project with keyshawn johnson. You can you can find it on amazon. It's it's called the forgotten. I about breaking the color barrier in the nfl. And nobody knows. Bob that Branch rickey was influenced at all by by the play of those guys by the appearance of them in the nfl. that's not included in any story. And that's what the book depicts. Yeah there was We came across A tidbit that. I found fascinating. Certainly keyshawn did is that mary. Motley carried a letter with him Basically till the day he died in his wallet and it was from branch. Rickey and ricky wrote to him and basically spelled out how Impressed he was by the by watching mary. And molly and how much it influenced him..

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"chico" Discussed on WGBB Sports Talk New York

WGBB Sports Talk New York

03:40 min | 1 year ago

"chico" Discussed on WGBB Sports Talk New York

"You'll find so much information that you'll you'll really enjoy. Give it a look then give us give us a like Also twitter we use twitter a lot where out there. It's wgn sports talk and you can also follow me on twitter at b. donahue wg bb. And if you miss a show don't worry because they're all archived out on the website and you can listen to them at your leisure. Well i guess. Is the nfl columnist for newsday covering the nfl. Since one thousand nine hundred five. He was selected for the two thousand twenty one career achievement award by the professional football writers of america for long distinguished service to pro football through coverage. He has a new book out written with the great keyshawn johnson. It's called the forgotten. I kenny washington what he strode. Mar marion motley. Bill willis and the breaking of the nfl color barrier. It's great to welcome to the show. Tonight bob glauber. Bob good evening. Hey good evening. Thank you for having me no worries. Glad to have you aboard. Bob now i just want to ask you. What was the road you traveled. That leads the newsday. Give us a little story on on how you got there. Well i started My newspaper career at beginning at westchester papers back believe it or not in the late nineteen seventies out rating in part time and then covering high school sports and then i got a chance to start covering football in. Nineteen eighty-five covered the giants and the great bill. Parcells and lt and phil simms teams and then in eighty nine went to newsday. Nice okay. great little path that you follow their. Yeah you're you're certainly got there and you're doing what you love and that's important now. How did you in keyshawn get together for this project. Who developed the concept really. Well i i was thinking about the concept and i went to keyshawn about a little less than a year and a half ago. Now i've known keyshawn his entire career With you know starting with the jets Met him even before he was drafted. You know he's got along with him and always found to be very compelling Figure to write about but in the last couple of years. I'd been thinking about this and you know i'm a journalist so i'm naturally curious about a lot of stuff and I just felt that you know the. Nfl is a very diverse Sport as far as its players and even in my time covering the league since eighty five. It's gotten more diverse. And i'm like like like how do you what if i go further back you know. What about the time. You know the thinking about baseball kojak. Everyone knows. Jackie robinson's first african americans spray color ray baseball and i'm thinking well who who is it in football and why don't i know it right so i'm literally in the giants locker room. One day googling First african american football player a nfl player and it goes back to. It's his kenny washington. Now he wasn't he he wasn't the first black player to play in the nfl. It was You know there. There were a few black players back in the twenties. When leaks started in including paul robeson right the opera singer and And i of course who's now in the hall of fame but found out that there was a ban on black players twelve years from eighteen. Thirty four to forty five and then kenny. Washington was the first to sign basically to reintegrate the nfl in forty six..

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"chico" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"chico" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"Some sam cook. I think and i think it was brian. But i don't know who chicken slack jasmine with chicken slacks because chickens like was he wearing chickens lacks. She's dancing with a chick slash right but chickens slacks right. That's that's acceptable Maybe football ones better than she was. Always Chico and the man she goes. Don't worry the man he ain't so hard to understand and then he goes. I know things will get better. You know they will for chico and well when he said i know jimmy said got them. It's like when your brain your brain tries to make things connect right so he's calling chico like like a cash nickname a works. There's there's no better today in life then when you discover someone that's been fucking up a theme right. Did she go to. The man theme came out in nineteen. Seventy four jimmy. Fuck it up a full twenty one years well maybe not on a daily basis but maybe every other day point is he had two decades of screwing up the chico and the man theme before i got him i did. I did get him to hire jeff. Ross for a lot of money. So what do you want. Obviously none of us other so called friends ever fixed it enablers. Thank you tommy. And jimmy gentlemen chico and the man that was way before my time but were they like do or were they against each other. Because you would think being the man. It's a bad bad thing when you're hanging out with chico. Chico tomato is freddie prints. She goes not the man. Chico is freddie.

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"chico" Discussed on Classic Movie Musts

Classic Movie Musts

05:26 min | 1 year ago

"chico" Discussed on Classic Movie Musts

"And then just plays with dow. How do you handle these familiar. Tropes and exploit their richness and their immediacy on the one hand and make them your own on the other without the blatantly idiosyncratic or shellfish ourselves serving. One thing. Sam for is not even though. He's highly individualistic and even idiosyncratic. Sometimes he is never self serving. It's not about sam fuller. Even though the the french new wave loved to make everything about sam fuller no. It's always about story it's about store. I know how to tell a story and damaged. I'm going to tell one way or another but and by the way this is going to be a rich story. They're going to be. They're going to be a lot of things happen. That are going to surprise you and is going to be like when chico the third gun you know. He jumped out of the stage. Wow there is. That's really fun. 'cause you you're wondering in that scene because we have been told how it should play out from the sheriff's point of view and then we see it playing out just like he. So he said what is the x. factor going to be. I think the first time. I saw this film i thought oh i thought that west was going to die in that scene that he would go forward instead of griffin gets shot. Nope that's not the case and you say so. What so then when he does the gunshot rings out and you say well what happened did is griff. Did he get shot. And just a wound or and then so when she does show up you say oh my okay. In a plot in a very plausible way because this bath runner is clearly a total blabbermouth in the town. So it's totally plausible. Chico would have found out and you said the word that's so important if a surprise in storytelling is not as you think about it plausible. Then it's it's it doesn't work I i'd love some time to write a little piece about some surprises. Jecklin horror movies. That aren't earned no matter how you look back on. That's just not playing fair. There's not one surprise in this. Movie including west is horrific and surprising. Death that is not earned and that is not plausible within the parameters of the story. That is being told. Charlie.

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"chico" Discussed on AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

04:42 min | 1 year ago

"chico" Discussed on AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

"And if he was out, we'd be together like you have no idea. I'd probably be living with him somewhere to be a perfectly honest with you. I know I didn't tell you any funny stories about Chico today. Many of you have heard so many of them before. He was the funniest guy in the world, craziest motherfucker in the world. The most loyal, the most. Good natured, funny, he was the epitome of a guy that suffered from the tears of a clown syndrome. So I don't know, I just felt like doing something today, it being the anniversary of his death. And for some stupid reason, not that they deserved this, those assholes on Reddit. They don't deserve me to even try to let them know what my life has been like, but between that and something else that just happened now, which blows my mind, guys. I'm on the Internet. I forget where I was even looking some website. And something comes up, Chico's favorite song, what she'd always sing was Bohemian Rhapsody. And really, it didn't matter to me until he died that I realized that some of the lines in there are about suicide. You know, you can sing this song in your head. Sometimes wish I'd never been born at all. There's a few lines in there that you go, wow, this is a suicide. This is about troubled guy. And every time I hear Bohemian Rhapsody, I think a cheat guy. I think he's talking to me. It's happened on some mornings where it's cloudy and the sun breaks through my car and Bohemian Rhapsody comes on a radio and I go, okay, cheek, I see you, buddy.

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Where Would He Be if AJ's Buddy Chico Had Lived?

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:17 min | 1 year ago

Where Would He Be if AJ's Buddy Chico Had Lived?

"I meant the guy Frank that he did all the crime with. A guy named Cole Frankie no. Not the same Frankie no, New York a different Frank, you know. Nice enough guy, you know, but I look at him and I think, well, the reason why my friend's dead. I mean, Chico's a grown man. He can make decisions from himself, but you guys were together, and he's dead and you're still here. AJ, it's not the way it goes. I gotta talk to you, man. I'm a gangster son. I know how fathers go away and they come back in 5, 6 years. We all learn that way 'cause I was willing to do a little bit of time and come back. I can do 6, 7 years on my head. She goes not from that world. That made some sense. So Anthony memorial came back. I went back to New York, got my shit together. It was able to move out to LA. And put a state Frankie still calls me. Frankie got out of jail. Chico and Frankie would have gotten out of jail. Already, I'm good behavior. Frankie got out in 9 years. Last year he got out. That meant that that means my best friend would have been here today. And if he was out, we'd be together like you have no idea. I'd probably be living with him somewhere to be a perfectly honest with you.

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How AJ Found out About His Best Friend Chico's Death

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:23 min | 1 year ago

How AJ Found out About His Best Friend Chico's Death

"But when before she going away, you've heard this story many times. He called me, ten years ago today, and he said to me, you know, both. I don't know what to do, man. You know, they're looking at giving me 30 years, 25 years like they're handing out candy if I want to talk. I don't feel like talking. You know, talking is a certain death sentence. I said, who are these guys in Florida? It doesn't matter, you know? It doesn't matter. I don't feel like talking. I got no family. I got no friends. I didn't even know sons and daughters. You got kids. It's different for you. I don't have to stick around here. And I said to him, as I would do to anybody, I know I said he's a curtains, meaning you're gonna end it. And just when I said that, the room I was sitting in on Long Island, my sister's house, the lamp started shaking, which is very odd because I've been in earthquakes in LA and I've seen that. Never saw it on Long Island. It's a beautiful sunny day. I said gee, we're getting an earthquake. I gotta pull you back. Boom, hung up. We had an earthquake. It was small. But in the confusion and everything I didn't call him back. And maybe 8, 9 hours later that night, I get a phone call on his brother. I see my phone. And I see the name and it's like, oh, it says Robbie, Robbie owns. I see this ain't good. Robbie don't call me for nothing. She goes brother. Robbie what? He's gone. She goes

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"chico" Discussed on AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

03:03 min | 1 year ago

"chico" Discussed on AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

"One thing you can't do when you collecting money that's drug money. You can not bring up the name of a mobster because mom says I suppose to be far away from drugs, even though most of them earn a big living from heroin and cocaine or whatever the fuck else is out there. They don't want it on their hands. They don't want their name mentioned anywhere near because it's certain jail time. So they came at night where that meant that we didn't know this, but they were going to attack Chico and hit him good. And it was going to be bad for me because I vouched for him. I looked the mobsters in the eyes and I vouched and he's a good guy. And I take responsibility. So one night, Chico comes back from wherever, hey, listen, Ralphie and Bobby. This guy named Bucky. They want us to go eat with them a genos. Great Italian restaurant banana forever. Now it's gone, but every Sinatra used to go there. One of those red and white chain table, check out red and white checking tablecloth to places with red boots the whole fucking thing. All cash menu, obviously. All right, great. Now it's a snowstorm. We'll meet them over there. Good, we're gonna meet them. Okay, so we go. Great fucking night, eating like pigs, fantastic meal. One of those nights in Manhattan where it's freezing outside, but you walk in, it's nice and warm, you put your coat on the hook and you see the windows is steamed and you like those poor bets that's out there riding home in traffic. We're in here in GLE eating like kings. And everything's great. And Ralphie turns me and says, AJ, don't you got work to do tonight? Yeah, I gotta hit some clubs. Why don't you go do your thing, you know? Me and she'd go and Bucky, we're gonna talk business. You go have your go off your night with the girls and the gossip, whatever the fuck you doing. We'll see you at the club. All right, good. Kisses and hugs. I leave. My phone rings an hour and a half later. After they said Chico like even a bigger pig than we are. It took him outside, Jake lane getting home. Oh, look at the kid. Now we'll run you home. They put him in a car. They turn in a couple of corners to a dog street. Wow, and she gonna know. How are you going? It's not regular. Yeah, I know. They stopped the car. They set him out of the car. You brought up my name today. You brought up my name for a drug debt? Or else, you know, I didn't know. I mean, no, no, no, no. What did I tell you? Don't ever use my name in a bad way. I didn't mean that. Well, they'd beat the shit out of Chico. I mean, his face was up to here. They beat him so much. They hit him so much in his stomach. That they actually, they broke the lining, there were his intestines are of some shit because eventually, after this whole thing happened, they left him bloody in the snow. And I get a phone call from a foam bolt, and back then you picked up phone calls that didn't look like numbers that were recognizable. Hello? Your Friends on the corner of 61st and 8th, boom. And they

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When Chico Landed on the Wrong Side of Mobsters

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

03:04 min | 1 year ago

When Chico Landed on the Wrong Side of Mobsters

"One thing you can't do when you collecting money that's drug money. You can not bring up the name of a mobster because mom says I suppose to be far away from drugs, even though most of them earn a big living from heroin and cocaine or whatever the fuck else is out there. They don't want it on their hands. They don't want their name mentioned anywhere near because it's certain jail time. So they came at night where that meant that we didn't know this, but they were going to attack Chico and hit him good. And it was going to be bad for me because I vouched for him. I looked the mobsters in the eyes and I vouched and he's a good guy. And I take responsibility. So one night, Chico comes back from wherever, hey, listen, Ralphie and Bobby. This guy named Bucky. They want us to go eat with them a genos. Great Italian restaurant banana forever. Now it's gone, but every Sinatra used to go there. One of those red and white chain table, check out red and white checking tablecloth to places with red boots the whole fucking thing. All cash menu, obviously. All right, great. Now it's a snowstorm. We'll meet them over there. Good, we're gonna meet them. Okay, so we go. Great fucking night, eating like pigs, fantastic meal. One of those nights in Manhattan where it's freezing outside, but you walk in, it's nice and warm, you put your coat on the hook and you see the windows is steamed and you like those poor bets that's out there riding home in traffic. We're in here in GLE eating like kings. And everything's great. And Ralphie turns me and says, AJ, don't you got work to do tonight? Yeah, I gotta hit some clubs. Why don't you go do your thing, you know? Me and she'd go and Bucky, we're gonna talk business. You go have your go off your night with the girls and the gossip, whatever the fuck you doing. We'll see you at the club. All right, good. Kisses and hugs. I leave. My phone rings an hour and a half later. After they said Chico like even a bigger pig than we are. It took him outside, Jake lane getting home. Oh, look at the kid. Now we'll run you home. They put him in a car. They turn in a couple of corners to a dog street. Wow, and she gonna know. How are you going? It's not regular. Yeah, I know. They stopped the car. They set him out of the car. You brought up my name today. You brought up my name for a drug debt? Or else, you know, I didn't know. I mean, no, no, no, no. What did I tell you? Don't ever use my name in a bad way. I didn't mean that. Well, they'd beat the shit out of Chico. I mean, his face was up to here. They beat him so much. They hit him so much in his stomach. That they actually, they broke the lining, there were his intestines are of some shit because eventually, after this whole thing happened, they left him bloody in the snow. And I get a phone call from a foam bolt, and back then you picked up phone calls that didn't look like numbers that were recognizable. Hello? Your Friends on the corner of 61st and 8th, boom. And they

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AJ Was Alright by John Gotti

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:39 min | 1 year ago

AJ Was Alright by John Gotti

"And I told stories about. Sitting in my kitchen and I got my first divorce and Chico living with me at the time. And I'm telling him and another buddy Johnny Diaz that I got to get in the city. I got it right for the daily news on the New York Post. I can't. I can't leave town to be a newspaper reporter. I'm too good. And I'd already gone out some nights and met some fancy people, and it was apparent that I was making some inroads with celebrity, that kind of stuff. And also the mob world. And Chico was always fascinated with the mob world. And I started going to the trial when John Gotti was about to go down in Lower Manhattan and I got to sit in the courtroom obviously and, you know, I followed him out in the elevator, him and his crew, Sammy the bull, Jackie the nose, Joe the German Lewis chagall. I mean, Bruce cutler and Louis chagall the attorneys, and we all went to the restaurant jam bones across the street from the courthouse. I didn't sit with them. I wouldn't, why would I? I'm not with them. I'm a journalist. I sat in the next table. And John was nice to me. And several days ago, I told this story where Sammy the bull looked at me. I was getting too close, and he said, who is this guy? And Samuel is menacing. And John said, he's all right. He's all right. And same and said, yeah, but he's with them. The press. And John said, yeah, I know. I know he's with them, but he's more right than them. And he winked at

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"chico" Discussed on It Could Happen Here

It Could Happen Here

07:49 min | 1 year ago

"chico" Discussed on It Could Happen Here

"Right now who's probably no story more important than the tale of paradise california. When the campfire blazed through eighteen thousand homes created a flood of climate refugees chico. the nearest city gained twenty thousand residents almost overnight for a city of just one hundred thousand that many significant strain and the people of chico responded beautifully with a flood of charity and mutual aid people donated tents sleeping bags. Volunteers cooked hot food. Low kids organized team sports for the kids who just lost their town. Many in chico opened their homes to strangers who just lost. There's mark stemming a geography professor at california state university described it this way to intercept reporter. Naomi klein a su- nami. Fire and terror rolled down the hill from paradise but that soon nami was buffeted by a blanket of love and comfort unfortunately the reaction of chico was by and large a feat of charity not of mutual aid. This is a problem because charity is something. You give to less fortunate. People and when news coverage of the disaster faded suited sympathy and willingness to help the victims of the campfire six months after the campfire destroyed paradise california more than a thousand families were still without eating secondary housing before the fire hit there was already a massive housing shortage in northern california rates of homelessness had been on the rise for years now. The campfire inspired the city of chico to create a climate plan which included more affordable housing in order to make the community more resistant to displacement caused by climate disruption. But this is not what happened from the intercept quote then. The corona virus pandemic hit throwing many more people in butte county as elsewhere into various states of economic and social distress. Stemming told me local activists were geared up to hold a big rally calling for a green new decade. He said we had banners and sunflowers. And we're ready to rock. Then lockdown happened and the science just sat in his yard for months brown recalled that once the pandemic was declared. There wasn't much room for conversation about planning for the future when we were dealing with these immediate crises in late august and early september twenty twenty. Another wildfire struck the region incinerating towns and displacing. Get more people in the county. The city opened up some hotel rooms to older people who were particularly vulnerable to cope in nineteen but there were not nearly enough rooms for everyone who needed shelter through this two and a half year period shock after shock. Housing costs and chico have continued to soar i. It was in response to the uptick in demand from paradise evacuees and people working on post-disaster reconstruction which saw a spike and rinse made chico. Among the hottest housing markets in the country today the boom continues but now it is in response to a pandemic fueled influx of bay area professionals and retirees looking to telecommute or chill out in a more affordable low key community according to the california association of realtors the price of a single family house in butte county increased by a staggering sixteen point one percent last year with chico at the center of the frenzy a headline at a local abc affiliate summed up the market's current trajectory up so real estate and chico became much more valuable very quickly which killed any motive to create more affordable housing every low income apartment building one less set of luxury condos for bay area transplants. After all now twenty twenty most of the middle and upper middle class paradise refugees had either bought or built new homes but those had been renters or living in mobile homes. Got nothing in two thousand nineteen. Npr talked to dominicus prog. Who moved paradise because she'd been priced out of the bay area in the six months since the campfire she and her family had been forced to move to six different camps. They were interviewed outside of a camper on a fairground in yuba city. There were not being hosted there by the city nor had been placed there by the state. The spread family paid seven hundred fifty dollars a month for the privilege of camping out many. Who were displaced by. The campfire simply never recovered. Chico county's homeless population surged by sixteen percent after the fire and it has not gone back down in the years. Since twenty three percent of chico's homeless refugees from the paradise fire and when these people became permanent fixtures of the town getting in the way of a profitable real estate boom the warm welcome in charity that had greeted them. In two thousand eighteen evaporated in two thousand and twenty. The chico city council elected asleep of right wing candidates primarily on a platform of using the cops to brutalize and break up homeless encampments for the good of local businesses citizens for a safe chico. Put two hundred and fifty thousand dollars into a sweeping ad campaign that painted these people as vagrants and transients. Despite the fact that most had resided in the county for years in many cases chico police confiscated and threw away donated clothing tents and sleeping bags that had been given to paradise refugees just a few years earlier during her reporting for the intercept naomi. Klein talk to alexander hall a twenty-three-year-old campfire survivor who subsequently lost his new home. In police sweeps of encampments. He told her we're homeless. Were not a disease. You can't just get rid of us and then expect us to be gone. That's not the way it works where people were trying to survive. Were like anybody else. Everybody is one paycheck away and the reality of the situation is that thanks to climate change. We are all considerably less than one paycheck away from calamity. wildfires and other natural disasters aren't the only thing that's growing more common unless stable world means less stable economy. We're already seeing inflation on the rise and everyone listening remembers how calamitous the first weeks of the pandemic were for tens of millions of people. A bad economy makes members of a community less resilient in means they have less to donate to their neighbors in the wake of a disaster. It also means their community their city. Your town or state will have fewer resources to put into things like protecting infrastructure from natural disasters paying emergency workers and providing affordable housing to prepare for the inevitable. The story of chico has told us what happens when affluent liberal enclaves find themselves forced into this position they cut funding to everything but cops and use those cops to do violence to marginalized communities from the intercept quote the combination of factors that has created this crisis and chico is far from unique to northern california after decades of defunding social programs coupled with wild over funding police a great many communities across the country find themselves stretched too thin to absorb a major shock particularly when it comes to housing in mental health supports and without these other tools every challenge quickly turns into a matter of public safety. Check this out. Did you know merle norman. Cosmetics launch ninety years ago in santa monica california. It's a cool story. Merle believed women had great potential to influence the beauty market. So in nineteen thirty-one she began offering franchise opportunities today ninety years later. 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Clubhouse beta finally arrives on Android

Daily Tech News Show

02:03 min | 1 year ago

Clubhouse beta finally arrives on Android

"The national association of attorneys general sent a letter to facebook. Ceo mark zuckerberg asking him to abandon plans to launch a version of instagram for kids under thirteen. The letter was signed by attorneys general from forty four. Us states and territories saying facebook has historically failed to protect the welfare of children on its platforms. A facebook spokesperson says that the company has just started exploring the product and is committed to not show ads in it. In an analyst briefing sony projected that the playstation five will remain in short supply throughout twenty twenty two so he says it has sold seven point eight million. Ps five units as of march thirty first and estimates fourteen point eight million units will have been sold by the end of this current fiscal year monthly active playstation network users and game sales in the first three months of twenty twenty one declined on the year a new note by apple analyst. Ming chico claims that the earliest apple plans to use its own internally developed. Five g modems would be in. Its twenty twenty three iphone models apple senior vice president of hardware technologies. Johnny strategy told an internal apple town hall in december of twenty twenty that the company had begun developing five g modem following apple's acquisition of most of intel's smartphone spark phone modem business back in two thousand nineteen just in time for its declining userbase clubhouse released a beta of its android app in the us rolling out globally in the coming weeks android users outside. The us can preregister for the beta in the google. Play store clubhouse said the platform will remain invite only for now to keep growth manageable airy interesting time in their clubhouse the insurance company acts are say said at the request of the french government it will end cyber insurance policies in france that reimburse victims for ransomware payments of the policies will still cover the cost of recovery. Speaking at a recent paris roundtable french cybercrime prosecutor johanna browse said that in two thousand twenty only. The usa experienced more ransom attacks than

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Kuo: Foldable iPhone in 2023!

Techmeme Ride Home

01:34 min | 1 year ago

Kuo: Foldable iPhone in 2023!

"Main chico has a research note out saying that apple is planning to launch a foldable iphone with an eight inch q. hd plus flexible. Oh led display in two thousand twenty. Three quo says apple will ship. Fifteen to twenty million of the foldable iphones. That first year of sales. Cutting macrumors close predicts that foldable smartphones will become a must have for all major smartphone brands. Ed will boost the next super replacement cycle for high end models. And he believes apple is well positioned to be the biggest winner in the device. Trend believes that the upcoming iphone will adopt a silver nanno. Wire touch solution for the device's display. Which will create a quote long term competitive advantage for apple in the device market. This display technology will be needed for future foldable devices that support more than a single. Fold quoting now from quos note. Future foldable devices will require touch technology that supports multiple folds versus only a single fold and current foldable smartphones rollable medium to large size displays and durability when comparing the advantages of the above specifications. The silver nanna wire is similar or superior to stc's why octa and quote quo says that apple is already using silver nano wire for the touch interface of the home pod allowing apple to quote master the technology at a lower cost using small volume production and quote.

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AJ Describes His Favorite High School High Jinks

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:46 min | 1 year ago

AJ Describes His Favorite High School High Jinks

"When I was in high school, it was just a kid named Tommy colgan. Who one night we all we knew that the hottest girl in school suhan eno was dating the quarterback Scott marriage. And everybody loves to. We still love suit to this day. And she was at Scotty's house. And Agatha now and I and Marvin and the guys were like outside. You know, when people stay in the basement, this was a little windows that you could see down. So they're in the basement. And we're watching them get it on. They're like, he's feeling a rock. And they're like, we're 17 years old. He's feeling her up. He's fucking rubbing an air that kissing. She's putting her hands on him. And it's going to go down. We couldn't wait to see this. And Tommy colgan's knee hit the fucking window or something. Scottie and suit turn around and look at the window. And we had to fly out of the backyard so that months later we couldn't stand Tommy Cogan. He went to a party, one of our buddies, Mark fangirls, brother of the delicatessen, we got a pound of American cheese, and we crazy glued it. He took his father's Cadillac out for a party night. I got my father's catty guys. Wow, Tommy, great car. We crazy glued craft singles to decide of his car when he couldn't see it. So when he drove it, but when he parked at home, it was like 18 craft singles. Crazy. And then Chico at the same party. This is what you're inviting us to a party back then. We've been going to an open house. I don't know if they have the same or open houses where people just open their house, their parents write it down. Immediately go in and plug the refrigerator, put the fucking thermostat up to 98°. And Chico once took an axe and cut down someone's tree in the front of the house during the party.

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Bandits, Not Boko Haram, Responsible for Latest Kidnappings in Nigeria

Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

05:07 min | 1 year ago

Bandits, Not Boko Haram, Responsible for Latest Kidnappings in Nigeria

"And welcome to the foreign desk. I'm andrew miller on join first of all from a by the journalist chico oduor who has followed the story of nigeria's kidnappings since the boko haram raid on jabbar festival out into this program. Is this spate of attacks on schools. There has been in the last few days in wake some lodge some small some successful some not. In the general scheme of things how common have attacks on schools like this. Become in nigeria. They've become shockingly common to be honest. it's almost at the point. where were the nigerian. Public is feeling fatigue. And that's really scary. Because dis should be front burning stories but sometimes you get people not even wanting to even know the details because we've heard this before so the attack that happened. This past monday was actually the fourth that happened since december and then last year there are several attacks and what we're seeing of course is that these attackers are no longer really affiliated with the boko haram islamist movement. It's now just bandits. Criminals are looking for money and this has become a very very lucrative business. To be honest money is being funneled to rescue these hostages. And that's what's keeping this thing going. I mean from between june. Two thousand eleven march last year at least eighteen million dollars was paid to kidnappers as ransom. So for example in kara with three hundred. Schoolboys kidnapped this past december. We learned that some of the parents started to negotiate with the kidnappers. The boys when they were abducted and taken to the forest of northern nigeria. That's cat seen a state in the northeast. So the kidnapped boys. They started to make contact with their parents. You know with their cell phones and so they're talking to their parents and they're saying bring this amount of money in order for us to be freed so the parents started trying to find ways to do that dropping bags off here and there at designated points so in that case we did see parents collecting money fundraising amongst themselves. Also we're seeing professional gauche kind of coming to the fore and this especially we see with boko haram related kidnappings. So that's how we're saying that we're seeing this in the form of the parents themselves. So it was so desperate raising money for their children and also professional shooters because this is a huge market business. That has come forth win. Stories like this. Get reported beyond nigeria. Obviously the media tends to frame them in the context of boko haram because everybody thinks back to that huge kidnapping of two hundred and seventy six goals from sheberghan in bona state. Many of whom still haven't been found again but if this is now more just you're straight up and down ransom seeking banditry. Do we know if there is any overlap between the bandit gangs and boko haram. Is there any possibility that these bandit gangs are being used as fundraising proxies if you will you know again. I think the pentagon where the kidnapping takes place. Those possibilities do exist for example. The one that happened in december with three hundred. Schoolboys boko haram responsibility. But i'm of the belief that it was not boko haram and what's happening in that part of nigeria. There's been a lot of artistic gold mining and so some people feel that that industry which is a very murky industry extraction of gold is somehow contributing to the rise and kidnappings in northeastern nigeria. Sorry northwestern nigeria which is where it happened in december but casino which is where. We saw the kidnappings in the past. Few days is not part of that. So we haven't really seen much bokram activity in kaduna. In the past few years to be honest do a has been a hotbed of just bandits. Guys who literally take up residence in the forest and for the past five years. We've been seeing these kidnappers first of all attacking motorist going from the buddha kaduna expressway. That's been their operation for the past four years. So if you're trying to go up to do now which is a two hour journey. A journey from asia. You could get kidnapped. But now they've gone and started targeting children but it's the same group of people and they have no bocom affiliation at all to be honest so they went from kidnapping motorist and they target sometimes. The huge lorries of passengers coach buses. That take people back and forth. They could also target taxes that tend to be carrying more well to do nigerians. But now they've realized that kidnapping children it's more

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Nigeria kidnappings: What is Boko Haram?

Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

05:03 min | 1 year ago

Nigeria kidnappings: What is Boko Haram?

"In almost any country the armed abduction of a single child from its school would be a huge story a crime as rare as it is cruel in nigeria. In recent years the armed kidnapping of entire classrooms has become wretchedly commonplace and recent weeks have seen a further significant uptick of kidnap raids own schools by motorcycle mountain bandits. Dozens of children and several teachers have been taken. Some returned some not the tactic of large-scale school abductions was made infamous by boko haram the islamist militia. Which has spent much of this century menacing northeast. Nigeria in two thousand and fourteen boko haram generated global headlines with the kidnapping of two hundred and seventy six schoolgirls in tabuk in bona state. Many are still missing. It is not clear if any direct role boko haram has played in these most recent kidnappings. It is clear that nigeria has a serious problem. But how does nigeria solve it. Is this crime or terrorism over both and is the remedy policing or counter insurgency. This is the foreign desk. But now they've realized that kidnapping children it's more lucrative. That's literally what this is about. Just where does the money comes from. It really shows you how desperate nigerians have become just to make money the economy ever. Since buhari came into power. It's really gone. Downhill and people are taking desperate measures to make ends meet in fact in the northwest especially. Now it's extremely concerning as the groups have multiplied in terms of numbers. They've grown in terms of strength that mean the jihadist groups are trying to make inroads so we could have a more difficult situation in the northwest. But that doesn't seem to be many a sense of urgency about dealing with these. There is a certain amount of violence. That's involved here. It's it's a form of war not not peacekeeping but that violence has to be located in a broader political strategy of achieving reconciliation. And unless you have that strategy in place more violence almost always just makes things worse rather than better and welcome to the foreign desk. I'm andrew miller on join first of all from a by the journalist chico oduor who has followed the story of nigeria's kidnappings since the boko haram raid on jabbar festival out into this program. Is this spate of attacks on schools. There has been in the last few days in wake some lodge some small some successful some not. In the general scheme of things how common have attacks on schools like this. Become in nigeria. They've become shockingly common to be honest. it's almost at the point. where were the nigerian. Public is feeling fatigue. And that's really scary. Because dis should be front burning stories but sometimes you get people not even wanting to even know the details because we've heard this before so the attack that happened. This past monday was actually the fourth that happened since december and then last year there are several attacks and what we're seeing of course is that these attackers are no longer really affiliated with the boko haram islamist movement. It's now just bandits. Criminals are looking for money and this has become a very very lucrative business. To be honest money is being funneled to rescue these hostages. And that's what's keeping this thing going. I mean from between june. Two thousand eleven march last year at least eighteen million dollars was paid to kidnappers as ransom. So for example in kara with three hundred. Schoolboys kidnapped this past december. We learned that some of the parents started to negotiate with the kidnappers. The boys when they were abducted and taken to the forest of northern nigeria. That's cat seen a state in the northeast. So the kidnapped boys. They started to make contact with their parents. You know with their cell phones and so they're talking to their parents and they're saying bring this amount of money in order for us to be freed so the parents started trying to find ways to do that dropping bags off here and there at designated points so in that case we did see parents collecting money fundraising amongst themselves. Also we're seeing professional gauche kind of coming to the fore and this especially we see with boko haram related kidnappings. So that's how we're saying that we're seeing this in the form of the parents themselves. So it was so desperate raising money for their children and also professional shooters because this is a huge market business. That has come forth

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Why AJ Believes St Joseph Will Always Answer

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

02:14 min | 1 year ago

Why AJ Believes St Joseph Will Always Answer

"Time. Me and Chico were living together in the house that I own Long Island after my divorce before we moved out to New York City. I didn't pay the bill on time. Money was running low and I missed I missed one of the heating payments for the oil man to come, right? And then the guy quoted me a price because it was so fucking cold out New York. There was a cold spell. And they could charge you anything, like fuck you, you need oil? Well, I'm gonna charge your XML and was more than I thought was necessary. I cursed the guy out. I'll solve calling somebody else, fuck you. Well, the next 5 companies had called didn't even want to come out because it was too cold. So there was a weekend too. So I had to go back to the first guy and hat in hand, say, man, I'm sorry. Your price is high, but you know, I guess I got to pay it. So he came over, but before he came over and did the oil. Put the oil on the tank. I had a nice fireplace in the living room, and that's where Chico slept on the couch in this sunken living room with a nice big fireplace. I slept in my bedroom naturally. My other buddy John slept in the other bedroom, so it was three men and John's son was with us a lot, three men and a baby. It really was. So cold that night that I was in the two or three blankets. Everybody was doing the same, but she goes on a couch and I didn't have that many blankets or comforters. So I wake up to the sound of a crackling fire, which I don't care. Light a fire, it's all good. And we had a real fireplace, not a gas powered fucking thing. And it was around saint Joseph's day, maybe three days after. Almost walk. Got to be 25 years to the day. No more. It's just like 1990. So, yeah, whatever the fuck 31, 31 years. All right. I go, you gotta fly and nice. He goes, yeah, I gotta have a fire. It's finally feels a little warm in here. So I walk into living on the talk to him and I see in the fireplace is a box of pastries. And they were like four full year dells left. And I said that she'd go, you burning the pastry box, he goes, no, I'm burning this fool, you don't. It's freezing. I gotta get some warmth in here. I said, you burning the fucking pastry. She goes, they burn nice. They've run long for me to tell. We had a good laugh at that. So even when you want something else other than rain, saint Joseph answers, in this case, Chico needed heat, he got his heat, even though it was at the expense of us

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Aaron Rodgers helps small businesses with $1M gift

The Afternoon News with Kitty O'Neal

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

Aaron Rodgers helps small businesses with $1M gift

"Has given out $1 million to 80 small businesses throughout his hometown city of Chico in partnership with the North Valley Community Foundation. Rogers posted videos on Instagram with some of the owners talking about this. Struggle for small businesses to keep their doors open. The Aaron Rodgers small, business covered 19 fund was set up to help support local shops in Chico and Butte County as the pandemic shutdowns cripple the rule economy. Rogers was heavily involved in the recovery efforts following the deadly 2018 campfire in paradise. Roger said he was motivated because he wanted to help preserve the unique charm that makes Chico Special Jensen Raider News

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iPhone 13: What Are the Specs?

Daily Tech News Show

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

iPhone 13: What Are the Specs?

"Being chico is back with a note about apple says the iphone thirteen will offer the same form factor in screen size as the iphone twelve but with a reduced notch area with the pro models getting faster f. One point eight ultrawide camera with autofocus wells. One hundred twenty heard screen quote. further reports. Apple has no plans to adopt. Us bbc folks. Sorry he didn't think so Future iphone devices They will not integrated touch. Id sensor to the power button again. Either bizarre according to the note also says the iphone se with five. G is coming in h one first half twenty twenty two and predict twenty twenty two. Iphones will replace the notch design with a hole punch camera.

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Johnny Pacheco, who popularized salsa music in the US, dies at 85

Morning Becomes Eclectic

00:28 sec | 1 year ago

Johnny Pacheco, who popularized salsa music in the US, dies at 85

"Also we have to start the show recognizing The great Johnny Pacheco, Born one as arias by Chico Nipping is uncredible musician wildly dynamic bandleader and record producer. Founding funny a records. Which often was referred to as the Motown of Latin music, and he was hugely important. The evolution of Latin music even popular, rising the term salsa while featuring the leading artists of the genre on his record label. He passed away yesterday at the age

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Washington DC To Temporarily Ban Indoor Dining Starting Next Week

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:34 sec | 2 years ago

Washington DC To Temporarily Ban Indoor Dining Starting Next Week

"The D. C will pause indoor dining next week way here that the band will only last for a matter of weeks, Deputy Mayor John Felt Tell Chico tells us that the band will start on December 23rd of 10 p.m., and it will end on January 15th again Breaking news tonight w T. O p confirming that D C will pause indoor dining starting December 23rd that evening. It comes on the same day that the Restaurant Association of Maryland filed suit to block indoor dining bands in Montgomery, Prince Georges and Baltimore City.

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