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02:54 min | 2 years ago

"jay wbz" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

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"jay wbz" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

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01:44 min | 2 years ago

"jay wbz" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

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"jay wbz" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

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08:48 min | 2 years ago

"jay wbz" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Where Jay WBZ NewsRadio ten thirty. Yeah, it's WBZ. I'm telling you about one of my best summers ever, because some is coming up, and I wanna get you on the summer mood. And I'm kind of in a seven mood and so good. Good story to, is the it's the summer of the vineyard and was God was a long time ago. But in the meantime, we have Lori in the car. Let's find out what's up with Laurie. Hello, laurie. Curl. Bradley, I just have to tell you on driving home from work. I'm a nurse. I work in emergency rooms, and I've been listening to you for a few months now. And just to hear you talking about your vineyard. I did the same thing. It was the early eighties couldn't get a job. But I did get a job and wasn't enough hours. And I ended up washing pots and pans at the harbourside kitchen and hot or. Yeah. So right in town. Right in town. Very similar experience to mind. I did. I mean that in the early eighties, we thought it was fine some around the island, you know. Where did you live? At a friend. Her parents had a place in egg Raton, her and I spent this summer down there. Nice house, a lot of fun. Some of the some of the things you did. I remember going out with some on a sailboat that was my first time and probably my last time on the sailboat and I was just amazed at how quiet it was. You know as opposed to being on a motorboat. I couldn't get over that. And then going to a party that was to place next door to Carl finance house. That was my another claim to fame and just, you know, enjoy in island living did you go all all the nukes and crannies? Did you go to gay head? Did you go to? All the other towns, you know what we didn't have a car, right? So I don't remember that we did a lot of exploring and we work really. So I do remember funny story was down the end of history was a gas station. And there was a girl that worked there pumping gas. And back, then I thought, oh puppy. You didn't see that too often, you know. Yeah. Have you ever been back there? Sure. Oh, yeah. I do. I try and go, you know every year either for the day or every couple of years, maybe an overnight, but yeah, and then enjoying untuckit more to a little bit. Well, thank you very much for sharing quite a coincidence, that you do. Also watch this. Do you remember the chanting? Nope. The harborside and it was hot. And, and, and the and I remember the we describe you perfectly, so you don't even remember the food shanty because it was remember that. Oh, yeah. Oh, yeah. It's across from the. I can't think of the hotel right now but yeah, I do know exactly where it is right. By the chappie ferry. That's right. All right. Well, thanks very much appreciate it. So you work in the emergency room. Now you're an emergency room nurse. I am. Yeah. So I used to do that. I wasn't an Iran. I was just a I was a surgical technician. But before I got my gig at in the OR after school, I went and did that in the year, and I liked it a lot, because you never know what you're gonna get. Exactly. Always interesting. Do you want to say where you where you work or you'd rather not? I think I'd rather not new there. I don't wanna do anything of line. Being. Yeah. Thank you for sharing. Yeah. Okay. Take care night, call anytime you now that you've made contact call home. Exactly. Thank you. Okay, let's lowering the car, new listener. That's great. And she had a very similar experience and not in on pretty close to the same time to. Okay. I talked I got to my first day, I got a job, and it was washing pots the dishwasher, they I was below the dishwashers. And I never got promoted because I don't know. I didn't I didn't mind washing pots I of did you know? Just doing and. One of the things my father used to say doesn't matter what you do, just if you do it then than anyone else, you'll always have a job. I don't know that got instilled into me. So I, I made sure that I wash the pots I scrubbed them with a sort of steel wool, and these, they were Brown and they had bash potato baked on, like two inches of ash potato and I didn't get the potato off. I made them gleam seriously. They were blinding. They were so bright. And it's much better to, to do your job that way. It makes you feel better. So as we were saying it's super hot in the kitchen of open. Broiler. And the bus tubs come in. For the dishwasher. Sometimes, I think I've told you this. Sometimes it'd be a lobster claw on finished lobster something or bottle of wine, maybe with an inch of wine in the bottom. Remember, they served to say a white wine buttery white. And if there was why the bottom bottom of it look around, and I would go down a figure no drank out of the bottle at the table. And you know, there are people dying of why they're not gonna let it go to waste and, you know, the lobster to you're gonna throw. Obser-. Khloe. Took a chance never got sick from that. I enjoyed I didn't enjoy the job. It was just a job. Couple of things related to the job where there was this sort of panel truck, like a milk truck. And I guess they used it for jobs, stinky, and we would take stuff to the dump of there. So I get to drive that thing sometime. Sometimes. I'd have a headache a lot as over lot, some of so very bright. My eyes hurt from I think, from the contact lenses and the bright sun. I remember that stinky garbage truck. We took the garbage. The dumping and I'm ever late at night to try to get out of there and time to get last, call up the road to the place where that he Kennedy went when he got back across chappie from when he had that accident, there was a place. He went, and we would go have a drink there. If we get out time for last call. And I remember the, the fluids were always super slipper ever work in a restaurant kitchen. And even though you mop, the floors are super slippery. So it was a job couldn't have paid much putting hesitate enough. So in one day. I had a by the way, the guy Bob said, I could just stay there. So I became the roommate they had they had an opening became that roommate. I got that job all in one day. I hear I was living on Martha's Vineyard. Boom. And strangely. I brought nothing with me and it didn't it wasn't even a thing. I didn't even think about it. Magic that there was. No, I gonna get my stuff. I got so much stuff. No zero stuff. You really don't need stuff. Turns out how do I know that because I went there? With no stuff. Had some adventures. I'll tell you about him coming up. What about your summer? Thanks for that call Ari some good summer ever. Tell me the story of a good summary, head maybe wanna trip, maybe met somebody, maybe it didn't go anywhere. Maybe it was productive two courses tell me about one of the good summers. You had finished my story. 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"jay wbz" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

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09:21 min | 2 years ago

"jay wbz" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Talking with Bradley, Jay WBZ, NewsRadio ten thirty. All right. Linda in Weymouth. Hey, Linda, what's going on? Well, I'm one of the. Talkers speakers there, I chose not to have children and a man for that. I have heard is what they'd be multiply. But you don't have to do it all by yourself. I wanna make sure people don't think that I'm telling him not to have a kid in the United States. I said a few times we're doing pretty good. I'm talking about the rest of the world cranking out kids that their country their town their home can't handle. That's what I'm talking about. Not us here. We we doing fine here. And you certainly have a child in the United States because we are doing fine. That's why if you really want to do that. If you want us object, you a child to school shootings and. Dying species of animals, if you really want to have them be part of the future that then you're free to do that in the United States. I because we're doing pretty well in a population. What they're not breakthrough is having prayer in the schools, and a lot of that, you know, people are looking for a release, you know, shooting. My my decision was my dad was a twin my mom had twins, and they said every other generation and I couldn't handle twins. But you know, we need to get some Basak. I'll I'll be state. Okay. Did you say space SPCA or faith FAA? Okay. Faith. Actually walking down the street in south Boston in the six hundred block of south Boston on West Broadway, a beautiful beautiful day made one think. Wow. How can this be an accident? And I thought it was so wonderful to be a person who actually believed. There was a God. And I haven't like hardcore really was short about it that must be great. It must be so relaxing to know that when your time is done here, you go to a better place. I got but you know, what I don't think people really believe in heaven. Because if they did why would they fight dying so hard, you know, when you got sick. Why do people go to all kinds of links to stay alive? If they really think they're going to a better place. Why would you do that? If you thought you were going to a better place. You would say, oh, this is good. But I'm not gonna do anything here. To to not go to the better place. I'm a person that I'm myself spread only with that myself. Let you move onto the next. I know you had a full on college. Thanks, Linda, guys bid. Yes. God's bead. So there's only Chris now after that it'll be wide open Kristin Kristin pencil Turkey. How do you do Chris Chris pencil cookie? Good morning. How are you Bradley? Right. I know a lotta people they shouldn't have had kids. I don't know. I think there should be some sort of all where you have to have a certain income level or certain status. You can't just be like a dishwasher or cook. At a restaurant and has five kids before you're twenty five. I know a lot of people like that. And it just seems like it's responsible to have five kids before you have a, you know, your student loans paid off or all that other stuff. Well, that's tough to to be hard and fast about it income level. I mean, how do you enforce that? What do you do if they do it anyway? Right. And what is your what you what if you look like you're on track to have a good job? And then you don't. The. Job and you have kids and then you don't well. There's something in school like in the last couple of years of school where every single buddy gets a baby at the beginning of the year to take care of like a virtual baby that poops pukes all over the place, and it has to have a babysitter and stuff like that. Maybe. Yeah. Maybe that would help actually. But I got good news. I think my wife's chemotherapies tomorrow today. Yeah. Tell me about that. Yeah. I think so except for I'm very mad at my doctor. You know, I forgot to sell the prescription on Friday, and I called my emergency number 'cause my pharmacy was closed on Saturday. I caught my emergency number at one. And I found out at six that the prescription wasn't called in yet. So I called back and they said, well, we'll pass that along. And I said we'll pass it along to my doctor. I said if I don't have this prescription by lunchtime on Sunday. I said I'm going to have a different doctor on Monday. And you know in eight minutes that the pharmacy called me and told me the prescription was ready. My doctor called me and asked me why I was so mad. Interesting. What was the prescription for like chemo? It was it was for the chemotherapy treatment drug that you have to take two pills twelve hours before that's the methadone. And then and two hours before I take two more pills and than one hour. I think it's the prevent allergic reaction. Yeah. So you needed a real bad? Yeah. Yeah. I was very upset because it says it may mercy number that technician will call me back and every the second time I called they're like, well who's this? Tell me again what this is for. Yeah. I was upset very bad. Nightmares? Like, I knew somebody is dealing with the healthcare system now in Mazda where it's supposed to be good it. It's a lot of times you get like no word on the hospital ward. And I, you know, they'll they'll say they're going to do something. Sometimes they won't. So it's too bad. Now what I hate about. It now is like I could get online and think that I can no more than the doctor. Maybe sometimes that's not true because stuff online you can read anything online. You know what I mean? But it's the doctors kind of failing you get online and do your doctoring. And you know, what I mean, not I don't know if I do that. Because there's a lot of bad info online. Right. Well, that's what I'm saying. Like, oh, I've got like when when I was in a hospital, and I didn't even know I had cancer. I was getting online, and I had if I looked at the symptoms. I had everything from malaria too. Right. Exactly. So you can have your last treatment. And then what happens? Well, then I hope there's a big party, and I don't have to get treated anymore. But I'm afraid that's probably not going to be what happens I'll probably have to be on some sort of medicine and get sick for the rest of my life. Well, everybody has to get checked for you know, for one thing and cancer, a slow cancer depends on the rain, right? It's it's slow until it goats advanced. And then it goes fast. They said oh like in the beginning stages. It's slow. But once it goes to stage four it goes rapid, and you're a stage four I was. Yeah. So so you had is bread. They they got the other stuff. They got the other candidate. Yeah. Well, I hope so I don't know when they took my PSA. My PSA was way down like it had been way up close two thousand and it's only supposed to be zero to four zero tougher. Is zero to four is supposed to be your PSA count. That's that's a prostate specific antigen. And if you have too much of account, it means it's the point the toxin is in your body of the cancer. I guess who also has prostate cancer. Yes. He's doing good. He's going through radio ace and he's been through a couple. I guess maybe about I don't know six treatments. Probably so far. So you didn't do radiation. You did chemo. Chemo because his more localized his is more localized. They actually put tattoos on your skin when they do the radiation. And then that's where they do. The treat on the tattoo. Are I've in Chris. Thank you very much. I want you to keep us all up to date. Thank you. I believe in heaven. But I still wanna live because I I don't know. It's not my time yet. You know what? I mean, right. But they say. It's so hard. Hey, thanks cruciate. It take care of this. Chris, man. He's he's dealing with prostate cancer and his dad. Same thing. Six hundred seven two five four ten thirty open lines. Let's chat. CBS news update will the new week. Bring anything new when the US China trade war last week brought two days of negotiations and no deal and increased tariffs on Chinese goods. David nakimora cover the negotiations for the Washington Post. What you saw at the last minute that was that. The president's advisers told him that the Chinese were backtracking on some of these key fundamental issues. And the question was how hard line US would take. And we saw the Trump about a week ago issued that I tweet saying, hey, we're gonna raise tariffs by the end of the week. If this does not come together. And that's exactly what he did. 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01:37 min | 2 years ago

"jay wbz" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Adam Kaufman. Tramps ROY foundation and Francisco children's the leading pediatric rehabilitation and mental health facility in New England. Invite you to be used Nickerson field Thursday June thirteenth for the ninth annual Boston wiffle ball challenge. Thirty two teams will compete to be wiffle ball champion during a night of fun friendly competition entertainment in raffles, going some of your favorite news, TV personalities like Lenny Clark and meet as we support these mazing organizations Thursday June thirteenth Nickerson field events starts. We build trust them. Peace of mind. Every. Americans are always on the move there in the car or at the office or working around the house Americans refused to sit still so how do you connect with all those moving targets, easy radio radio reaches ninety percent of Americans every week more than Google Facebook and even television, but hey who has time to sit and watch TV. So when you want to connect with all those constantly moving adults teens and millennials get to iheartmedia dot com and put AM FM radio to work for your company. Radio. Listen to the radio do night, he listened to the radio. I think people just talk loud and clear detect your endowed with the gift a gap. Jay talking, Bradley. Jay WBZ, News Radio ten thirty. WBZ Mike.

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01:36 min | 2 years ago

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"JJ, bradley. Jay, Jay, Jay. Jay Jay talking with Bradley. Jay WBZ, NewsRadio ten thirty. Thank you New England supporting music drags s since two thousand six we had used the power of music to benefit communities throughout this six states of New England during this time, he proudly supported more than two hundred schools in donated upwards of one thousand instruments and this year, we're getting ready to donate all over again. Our work is made possible through your continued support of our musical mission. Whether you donate it volunteered at our events. Attended our context or engaged with us on social media, thanking we hope you stay tuned with what we have in store for this year because it'll be our best year yet. Visit us at music drives us dot org. That's music drives us dot org. Or follow us at music drives us on social together. We can keep music in our schools. Ten thirty seven point nine eighty two online at WBZ ten three dot com on your phone with the heart radio and on hundreds of devices like Alexa, Google, home, XBox and Sony. Boston's. My heart. We used Asian. Are we still having a conversation? Really, you should say something found the campus. Asian ma'am. Talk a lot. To be the case. Jay Jay talking. James?.

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01:55 min | 2 years ago

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"Sing the first line Oklahoma, give it to them. The winds come with the winds come tumbling down the plane. That's it. I don't care about being. Terrific. Come and see me in persons. We can really do it with them. We'll give him an instant callback era. Them to call and speak to Suzanne or any of the other people up north shore. And we get from that perfect one line. I don't want the Surrey with the fringe on top. I just want the one line one. Talking chorus line. One singular sensation. I thought of doing that. But then I figured oh, let me go more traditional with visi audience. Oklahoma. You picked a good one. Hey, I was reading your mind that you were going to be doing that. Go look stick. Don't ask you this thing because I can say, well, I can't sing I'm a frustrated. La Homa with a winds come tumbling down the plane. Do I get the job and my hired. That's actually, that's actually not bad for you. Do this a lot, and that's not bad. Yep. Well, this is Jay talking Bradley not here tonight. Mark is I'm Morgan and it's up to the Eminem combination. Keep you informed and entertained tonight until five AM, and as Ricky Ricardo would say, we do it. I am going to take our first break of the hour time and temperature twelve fifteen forty two degrees. Jay talking. Hey. I'm for reason long wave Bradley, Jay, Bradley, Jay WBZ,.

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"jay wbz" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

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01:30 min | 2 years ago

"jay wbz" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

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"jay wbz" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

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01:54 min | 2 years ago

"jay wbz" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

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02:07 min | 2 years ago

"jay wbz" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

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"jay wbz" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

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01:54 min | 3 years ago

"jay wbz" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

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09:19 min | 3 years ago

"jay wbz" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Talking Bradley, Jay WBZ, NewsRadio ten thirty. Christina Brinkley joins us, and we're talking about her book winner-takes-all how casino mogul Steve Wynn. Won and lost. The high stakes gamble to own Las Vegas. That's pretty pretty big. Your book starts right out at a point where the dust has settled. And as it's kind of a a dual. I mean, the stage is set for this duel between the big the big boys, and what year is this. When the dust is settled, and what was the dust it settled? Well. In that, particular instance, we're looking at at gentlemen, we haven't talked about Gary love man who came in much much much later, and it turned out for a brief period. But Steve would of course, and we've mentioned Kirk Kerkorian who predate predated Steve Wynn. And then Gary love, that's very cerebral. Former Harvard professor who by a bizarre series of what can only be called accidents ended up at the CEO of Caesars entertainment corporation, and the three of them really duked it out for a number of years for who had the best plan for controlling Las Vegas love men's plan. Couldn't have been more different than anybody else. He was really interested in sort of Pavlovian, psychological research on gambler is how you get them to stand longer and hit the button more often on a slot machine. And. And he was all about have incentivizing people to stay at the slot machines. Steve Wynn was about bringing people building spectacle and exciting people and giving them lots of entertainment, clothing, food is entertainment and Kerkorian wanted to have the biggest biggest properties they were out there. You've got these three very different personalities buying up or building pieces of the of the Las Vegas strip. Seems like idea was good for once. They got there to squeeze as much money as he could out, but wins idea was to get them there with the flash bang. These properties. Yeah. And when of course, the one that ended up creating the most action for Las Vegas overall. We wouldn't have blocked Vegas, as, you know, the convention world central or the bachelor party central that we have now if if you didn't have somebody with the imagination of Steve Wynn to create these fantastical properties, the problem, of course. And this is the dust is that he's so imaginative and an so hell bent on creating whatever his next passion project is and that could change over the years for a while once several years he was in love with dolphins. So he built himself a big tool with dolphins that were virtually his pets that he would swim with it. And then after that he got interested in art impressionists and started collecting impressions art, which actually turned out to be fatal decision for him. Because one of the ways that he landed the art was by having his casinos. By it and investors started getting a little squeamish about the amount of art that was being owned by their casino companies and they got upset. Steve Wynn did some things that they thought were a little awkward in his you know, they were not necessarily important, but he'd go on conference calls to discuss earnings and his dogs would be barking in the background. He did a song and dance routine in analysts conference in New York. Once and Kirkorian realized that investors were upset a little bit frightened by this behavior and the the artwork buying and he launched a hostile takeover for windows. Sports at. Can only be said it was just absolutely perfect timing. I mean, it was really skillfully done done. And he got that was the first time when lost its company. So why does guy like win or why does win continue got more money than God? Str-? Gotta be stressful. Why not just go to an island and drink drinks with umbrellas? I I don't understand. Me, but I actually feel like whatever drives win and dudes like him might be a psychological. Liability. Spent? Quarter of a century for the Wall Street Journal interviewing Steve Wynn and people like that I've I've spent a lotta time interviewing billionaires, and I haven't met a single one who would ever retire and head off into the sunset. It's it's not everyone. One of them will say if you if you really talks about it after a while it's not about the money anymore. They all of them long ago had more money than anybody could ever dream of and can have anything they want in the world. But what they really want is more power or more accomplishment or all these things that are driving forces in their life. They've got to too much energy too much ego. Too much passion. They're just not the kind of people to go. It seems like a curse because I just as much money as win has any of those folks how happy how much happier are they then some normal person with a car and a dog and a house. I can't. Well, yeah, I guess. Title of the book winner takes all it becomes about winning after a while. And we know we we see this week. See it playing out in politics. We see it playing out in business at Wall Street. There are people who just wanna win at all cost. And that's that's a hunger that has to be fed passes on their liability. It's like a treadmill. You can't get off. And maybe I don't know that's asked you why people love Vegas so much there casinos all over the place. But. And I feel the same way. I don't care about those casinos like vase, not there's nothing like it out even Atlantic City. What is the magic thing? You know? I mean, that's a good question. I think I think there's a magic a magic to the history of the place. We really do you know, Atlantic City doesn't have Bugsy Siegel. So there's a there's a, you know, there is something that's appealing about this sort of retro stuff, the rat pack was there, we, you know, we love to think about them all his properties for the most part are long gone and the vestiges of them that are still there are so dreary. They're they're not recognizable. But it's in our imaginations and also Las Vegas is really smart about giving people things the ability to do their that they couldn't do at home or other places that I thought it was always interesting that you could go to Caesar's palace. They had several swimming pools there, and they have a topless pool. It's not it's not topless waitresses. It's schoolteachers from Omaha lying out by the pool topless. And they would never do that at home. But there's there's something that causes people to go to Las Vegas and want to misbehave a little bit. Slogan. What happens here stays here picked up on that, you know, very art artfully, and again, it's in our minds, but people go there, and they believe it. All right. I want to have to break again. I don't want to. But I want to ask you about the swung towards Disneyland. A little bit, you know, with the x caliber in the Paris and swinging away again, I'd be very curious to get your insights on who made those decisions. And why so think about that? And we'll get some news and some weather here at W busy. Boston's NewsRadio CBS news update found alive. A thirteen year old Wisconsin girl missing since mid-october was found miles from where she was last seen Sunai Burg aller is the ad of Jamie clause nowhere. She was fouled. Did it not tell us. She's okay. W O TV's. Jennifer, mayor Lee tells us it's been a nationwide search for the teenager the frantic search for Jamie class began immediately. 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