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"jim johnny" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"And when he called and he said, he noticed that y'all had a lot of women calling in now. Yes. I was sitting in college and then about a week or so and I talked to my son, you say either. High school football coach won the Yankees in the area started. He's not paying the doctor at school, they finally back, you know, to where he went hostile and he's athletic. He's the one telling me about how I learned about pound bone when he was a high school football player. And at that story. And I've been with you every since listening. Well, Peggy, I appreciate that. You tell your son, hello, and we'll continue this conversation. Miss pat is up next. Hey Paul, I just wanted to say your interview with John rice, which is awesome. What a fine young man. Where was he when it was when I was 18, but he wasn't born. Anyway, gut melts on as I signed football. Can he find good players? Yeah. Listen, we've talked to a lot of people over the years, but John rice is way up there on some of the best young people we've ever met. And we didn't even get into some of his stuff. But you're a great judge of character, so you know what we're talking about. Thank you, Paul. Thank you very much. Really, two very nice women, one from Tennessee, one from pat from Georgia. Tom, you're all ready to sit ready to sip a cold during tonight and or hot drink or maybe. Relax and listen to our next caller. Oh, you better buckle up, Tommy. What? And a hack is this going on today? Is this delusional Monday? Could be. I mean, seriously. Or is it just optimistic? Or is it delusional optimistic? What's your opinion on Dustin's cow? The wine's called an expired JJ. Dustin is a fan. And I've come to appreciate Dustin a little bit more. I don't hold him accountable for his fanatical statements. Well, there's one thing I can guarantee you there's three words that start with a day, Dustin, the Wayne, and delusional, and now expired tricks in there. And, you know, what's good for the goose is good for the Gander. I'm like, why are they talking about expires? First of all, talking about Texas football. They and I'm going to be there. I'm going to you had the number one recruiting class. Expired. Okay. I think you're 9 fit Jimbo Fisher just right. It's expired. I don't know whether to laugh with that guy or at him. Jim is next. Well, there's nothing funny about that moron. He's just done by the food part of that as a food. That guy, AJ, it's JA, and you know JA stands for? I do. I got to tell you there's some good signs on the show today. First time while ago, miss piggy, miss piggy, you know, I'm not putting her down, but she was born a hell out of me and you said, thank you. I got to go, bob. That's so cool. Well, I was afraid she was about to go back and tell a story that was going to last. Most of the rest of our lives. She was miss ball city, miss born. You did right. That's a good sign is. Looks like the old powers there every man in shows up. No, no, Jim, I disagree on one thing. The old Paul, you know what I would have said to her? Tell me, I know the old age, but then what you said. I would have yelled at her and screamed at her and said, don't ever call back. Hey, Paul. My father's not used coming for me. Hey, miss piggy. Don't have a car back. Please don't ever call back. Her name is miss Peggy, not miss piggy. You know what I'm doing? You know what? I'm not a dummy. You know that I work at ESPN and then we have to go from San Antonio to go. This is not a four year old from San Antonio, you have to explain everything. This is a full grown adult, Paul. Full grown adult. This is a great call, by the way. Thank you very much, Paul. It's not time we got something going into it. Yeah, I'm always nervous when you're having a great call. I don't want to step on it. I know, and by the way, that expired expired but a two weeks ago, he's no, he's not about cream. I'm the queen, his milk is sour. That guy is, he's horrible. He really is. He's not as bad as AJ, but JA, but he's not good. He's not good. No, I don't think anybody is that bad, Jim. I know that. But the expiration date is showing up on that takes me more on. The everything there is but all the things in Texas are big, even the bad is big out there, isn't it? That sounds like even the baddest big. That's what it is at the end of the lyric. Even the baddest big by ZZ-Top from their hey, wait a minute. You had a great take about that all thing when you said to who was it earlier in the show? You said, well, I remember it was a great take when you said all prices regarding taxes and I said, even I said, we're talking about to buy out for Jim but I said really depends on what oil prices. In November. That's it. You nail that. That was a good take. That was Johnny caution classic there. That was correct. I appreciate it. You know what I figured out? That Randy guy is your aunt McMahon. He's a suck up sycophant. Nothing goes supports you. Randy, how do you feel being a suck up sycophant? For those who don't know, and I realized Johnny's been off the air for 30 years, but Johnny Carson invented late night television. And he had a guy that sat next to him every day, named Ed McMahon, who was just a sucker. Johnny, hey, Jim. Johnny could say, hey, you know, really tragedy today. And Edward just started laughing. And what was the thing he always said? Say that he had when he introduced him. Or something? You got it. It was amazing. He'll be exactly where he is supposed to be. By the way, Ed McMahon made millions of dollars. He represented Budweiser. Randy ain't gonna make memes. No. I don't think he is. One of the best ever. Thanks for the call. 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"jim johnny" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"FX is snowball, the final season, all new Wednesdays, on FX, stream on Hulu. And we were back final 30 minutes of the week in Larry is up next to hello, Larry. Hey, man, what's up, Paul? We're doing great. How are you? How about my mama? I'm talking about radio. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Okay. Who was Larry? Larry, hold on. Who are you talking to? What was your name? Yeah. Hey, how you doing, Paul? Leon, where are you? So we got it going out. I mean, this guy in Larry's car. Larry, is he driving next to you? Is that what's going on? Yeah. Well, yeah. Yeah, he's already loved you, bob. Well, thank you. Let me tell you the story real quick, bob. Okay, Larry. You know squirrel. You're talking about doing a scope on your bladder. Yeah, well, I had surgery serious. I had about sex to me, man. You had a bicycle. Is there anything like a vasectomy? Yeah. When did you have Larry? When did you have your sect to me? And what I was about. 19 years, I don't know how I was exactly. So tell me about it. So how was it afterwards? Well, let me tell you. Now I can isn't that the thing you're supposed to like put some fruit or something on or vegetable frozen peas. Frozen peas. But what happened during the surgery, the sergeant told the scaffold and they got your legs up like you having a baby if you're the woman. And then he went to cut me and went. They missed. And he held his scaffold, and he said, nerves. That's blue steel. Yes, I tore down. Whoo. Is that them as blue ones by that blue steel? It's a torch. Hilarious. So Larry, how was it afterwards? I'll tell you what, by now I'm already almost trying to be nice. Please. Swallowed up by 9 times bigger. And my wife said, my wife said, I was just tired like that. I'm so married to you, Laura. That's like that old jog, you know, the commercial for the enhancement pills. And they always say, at the end of the commercial, if the thing lasts more than four hours, please call your doctor. Would you complain? Larry would call a news conference. Nurses will smile and I mean, that was great. Those nurses were granted. So that was some time ago, wasn't it, Larry? I couldn't close my eyes, bob. Larry, you're still in traffic. Yeah, I'll throw out a red light and I'm driving. We're in town, are you right now? Shopping center. So you're in trust. So you're a long way from home. Yeah, now my House is over here the one I give to my ex-wife. Oh. Okay. So she got the gun on mine and I got the shelf, baby. That was a good song. Who wrote that song? Jimmy Dean. Jerry Reed, I don't know. Somebody did. Yeah, yeah, yeah. That was a good song. Yeah. Yes, sir. You got that right. Yeah. That's how it started. And Jalen my wife, when I was married, I got her pregnant. After I had that certain procedure in my wife told her she said, well, that's strange that he got you pregnant and he had a second me about that. Bitch. You there? Barely. I don't know. This is one of the all time great calls from Larry. Larry, you're not drinking and driving, are you? I don't know, I'll pull over and tell you, get back out on the road. Whoo. Where are you? I mean, I haven't heard this Larry. This happy since Alabama won its last national championship. I can't remember when that was, but I know he was happy. Larry, you take care of yourself. Be careful out there. I'm afraid to keep. Let me go to Johnny B next. Hello Johnny B man, that was a great story. Thank you for taking my call. Thank you. Did I hear him say that that enhanced him like 9 times the regular he said, it swollen, it swole up. How would his wife be able to take four inches like that? That's just amazing. Man, I tell you what. The show is the one off the rails. I'm just going to go on that one. I had a bunch of stuff, but hold on. Okay, well, thank you. You don't have to rush. Anything else bothering you? Yeah. GM blocked me on Twitter. Oh, breaking news. Jim. Johnny B on Twitter. What did you say about Jim that caused a blockage? I'm not sure, but what's bothering me is, you know, I live out here on this mountain and I've been gathering up a bunch of snake as a gift and I bought in some new rubber boots and I was thinking, you know, when he has one of those serpent GM tent revivals that I eat have some snakes like they do to really carry the message home and I got him those rubber boots 'cause loudness don't strike you. He keeps talking like he does about everybody. Well, do you want me to talk to him about being unblocked? Could I help you out there or not? No, I kind of like it like this. Breaking news, Jim, we have this on the bottom of our screen, Jim from Tuscaloosa has blocked Johnny B on Twitter. I want to know how many people know I wonder how many people Jim is blocked in his history. Well, after I put it on Twitter, several people said that he does that pretty often to them, so. Yeah, there are a number of media people. I got into it with Tim Brando one time. I criticized him for blocking people and he got very upset because I feel like Jim's a private person, but I feel like if you're a public person and somebody criticized, that's rather thin skinned, don't you think? Yeah, yeah. I mean, I would never block anyone on Twitter. You got to be able to take the whole thing. And that's kind of comes into territory. I want to give a shout out to Mike Bratton on the FEC podcast. He brings it every time. He's not like some of you guys that they were talking about putting in that bracket thing for being mad, yes. I think he's one of your best. You
"jim johnny" Discussed on Talking Sopranos
"Think curse out. But if you've been in therapy. I throw a few times so i can tell the people out there about it and how good deal so i wanted to test things out like like i test other things. We have a stake company wine company. I tried the different products. I don't just say yes to everything. I'm not a fucking complete shall out. What no i'm not saying or i just I'm shelby four. Better help you never in therapy. No no i just yell at people. That's your therapy folkard yellow. Somebody's wrong a yellow them. I have no problem yelling. Telling me what i think. That's therapy you bottle up inside. If you bad bottling up is never good everyone out there you got something to say. Someone say i'll be afraid. Well i don't know. I it you have to each situation's different is. Let's let's let's keep going here. We're not gonna win. We're not gonna nothing's going to be gained by going down this road. I just wondered. Did you say to. Dan make sure i don't sit next to michael at the concert. I'll see him in the suite. We'll have a drink but when it's time to go watch the ban. I don't want to be anywhere near him. Did you say that to our friend. Feel very curious where jim's kitchen fetal cooks. Jim moret playing. You know that's a more a was written by warren and brooks jerry lewis commission them to write some songs for dean martin to sing in their movie the caddy and paid them thirty grand for a couple of songs. That was one of them. Oh wow. I didn't know that jerry was like the producer. Those move jerry. Got brains of this was the brains But so jerry. Lewis estate on desaguadero jerry. Not i'm not really sure if he if he bought it very big sarah populace. Jim johnny cakes kitchen vetoes crooked. You see he knows what he's doing that knife. How joe gannon only was a terrific chef professional. Yeah really nice. He's got real knife skills and he's on numerous restaurant will. We went to his restaurants e-e-eh soup as art which was embarrassed. I believe he was a chef at numerous restaurants. He's the real deal. A real chef really knows how to cook and you could see. He's not acting. He's not faking this. he didn't have to have a shift. Come in and consult noto no. He knows he's. He's making pasta. Dodge which i had in naples when my friend i you know i went to this little hole in the wall. Spock offline in. It's kind of the historical centre naples. He made it with potato with privilege and the little red pepper flakes us. You use a little us. Mixed pasta like traditionally like broken odds and ends left leftover the simplest thing. You could eat if it's done right the most delicious and you've never tried to make it at all They making salad. Do you eat salad after like. That's what i grew up doing. Yeah before that's what they do in italy after usually go chops and vinegar pepper the Too hot sometimes. They're not too hot. I like pork chop i like breaded pork chop my mother used like breaded pork show. You don't get those out really out any restaurant that's gotta be done right though. Otherwise it's a disaster. How johnny cake comes up behind him while he's cooking. I've done that to my wife. She's cooking come up. You know i've done that. Have you ever done that. Yeah yeah i go.
"jim johnny" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Have a question I have. I feel like a reasonable sized garden. And it's been getting taken over by Canadian vessels. Okay, So I've had somebody tell me that I should put 24 d on it. So I purchased Simon had any luck with that. The only thing that I have had luck with is literally round up and I've had to hit it three or four times and the reason I used that in the garden. Is because there's no soil activity now, Pat. I don't know which bottle it is, is the white bottle. But I had best luck with glyphosate and I don't know about your Canadian thistle. But mine was pretty stubborn. I had to hit it twice. I've already hit it twice with round up and it didn't It didn't even change color of it. Well, there's not round up. Ready, Fissile, baby, you might have the Chinese thistle. Yeah, I'm not exactly sure my neighbors were telling me that they think it's Canadian person. Yeah, but here's the thing If it's Canadian thistle the round up with it. Easily done. I mean, we've had numerous studies that we've conducted on Thistle and round up and it works really well, so if it really is not touching it. There's something wrong there that you're there. Are you mixing the round up yourself or using it off the body off the shelf? Now I'm mixing this. Um I used a whole bottle for 15 Gallons Prayer. I've been using the purple roundup. Whoa! 15 Gallons sprayer would be on the back of a trailer or something. 15 gallons a lot of water. Okay, My garden lady put 80 ft and I've been trying to put it on. It's heavy as I can. And it just doesn't seem to be doing it now. Last weekend, I put this to four d on it, and I could see a little bit of changed. But the information with this to four D that I bought doesn't tell you how to mix it. So I did 16 ounces of 24 d for 15 gallons. And it's just barely starting to change. Well, you know what? First of all, you should not Probably use something without the label instructions. Obviously, those instructions should have been come with that bottle of 2 42 40 is one of the three weed killers and trying back to 40 M c P P and die Camba. So by itself. It does have some uses. Kind of rare. I still there You're doing something Something's not right with the roundup because round up will take care of Canadian thistle really easily and wipe out But then, as Danny mentioned will come back And then you have to hit it several times. But if you go after it week after week after week, you will win that battle. Without a doubt you will win that battle. So we're looking at a couple more little Henry I t is going by that popular might be the plant of the day. What's the yellow flower on top there with the petunias? That is a cauldron, osteo supermen. Thank you that that plant tends to, uh, open and close with the light, huh? They have used to be. There is just that's a traditional yellow Now. Maybe they have a lot of the maintenance on that She's gonna have to add fertile at liquid fertilizer every two weeks. I don't know what I would do every week every week. The container like that. There's super tune you, magenta. And they're lobular area is the white A Listen looking that is a vegetative. It's called snow on the mountain and the one thing it does get a little snowy. So your body is like, all right, so the stuff that's in front that she's got it in front of that. That is that that little Henry thing that's a little Henry idea. Okay, And then she has a flat of caliber koa. Which is an excellent annual. She's given all that to her mother's. He's gonna make the rest right now. I think we give her for herself for her. Celeste. She's she's taking about no dogs on that card. No dogs on that card. Ma'am, that there's a black eyed Susan Vine man that could take you hostage. Be careful. Don't stand too close to it. Oh, crap around your leg. You'll never get to the bathroom. Don't take a nap around that stuff. Really aggressive. People love it. All right, So I heard from Wilkes. He's up, and he says a breakfast burrito. Sounds good, but I've given in the back door number, so he's gonna call and give us Ah Weather forecast. When he comes in, I'll feed him. Really? Yeah, I guess becomes full. We'll feed him. Then we're gonna punch him in the face for this frosting. 239 93 93 are. Where do we take a break in? Really still in the priests or so, Mr Segment, are we really so we could use a break. Kevin's not doing all that good. A job. I hate you hate you. He's got a voodoo doll. He's putting pins. I'm actually I'm training someone so becoming some slides. That way. You can come out on these remote with us, Kevin. Yeah, That'd be awesome. But I couldn't miss you. I could be your new host. That's right. You're the You're the glue that holds this thing together. Oh, it's true. It really is. 239. 93 93. Everybody Hang on. Jerry, Chris, Janet Janice. Jan. Jim. Johnny, You have no idea when right back 93 wi be see.
"jim johnny" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"The spread of this deadly disease and stay safe with surgeon. This is america's sports talk. Show sports byline. Usa here's rondo jim. Tony has joined us on sports byline. Usa the dean of nfl referees. We're talking about is thirty. One year career with a whistle around his neck and officiating games in the national football league. Jim take me back to when you got started in the national football league. What the game was like how you got into the league interesting for me. Because i i i. I think i was wondering. Youngest officials hide. I was working in the pacific coast. Conference they call it. The pac ten pacific goes conference eight schools. With the time. I had a chance to work a couple of intersectional games. And i guess they saw me on television. It was nineteen sixty or on. So that's when the nfl was expanding to dallas coming in that year with minnesota plan to come in and sixty one. The afl is also starting. They had no officials. But all the oakland and los angeles chargers as they were in kansas city and all and so the afl called me and asked me if i'd be interested in working in the american football league and i said absolutely we'll come out to los angeles and we'll talk to you and a couple of weeks and i said fine. Two days later the nfl called the don't sign anything. The afl we want in the nfl and they talk about well. You know. I've seen the old all american conference in in the late forties and fifties fall apart. I thought this. Afl probably will never make it. I'll go steady tried and true. Nfl and of course they've merged later but one of the first games i worked in the nfl with chicago. Bears and los angeles rams enjoy chalice coaching in a team meeting. George halas like like meeting tom. Edison misguided denna the game and he came up. Put his arm round before the game. Hike him hard. You and i said this your house has to be said. let's see your name is tani occidental college athletes. It's a year played football best. He said he'd me he knew me. I was a rookie. I was just a thirty one years of age he was. He knew me knew all about me and he said now jimmy. Now it's now it's eight hundred if there's anything i can do have been around this league long time. I'll be glad to help you. Well ron you know what he was looking for is 'cause danny's this is my friend. Jim johnny type of thing but it was. It was a great introduction to the nfl. Knowing and working people. Like george halas. And and and vince. Lombardi keep vincent just in his second year at and green bay and have a chance to work there and then of course i work the ice. Roll up their works before that. Look the playoff game with baltimore and green bay and knowing people like shula and lombardi and waltz and all madden i. It's a blessing for me. I'm very fortunate to have been able to do that. I'm going to use an analogy here and tell me if you think it's right is the referee in that crew. A little bit like the captain on the bridge of ship the crew. The hands all look for him for guidance to set the tempo and even the quarterback on a football team you know you get into that huddle and you know those guys are looking into your eyes to call the right play. Is it the same way with the referee in a in a team the only difference between the referendum football field the kept worship as a referee will never jumped ship. Italian captain it yes. He's in charge. He's the one. And and ironically and most people don't know this ron is at once that game starts. There's nobody there's nobody in charge over the referee. Nothing coaches not. The supervisors not the commissioner. You are in charge of the game. In fact that was brought clue. Clear to me in one thousand nine hundred eighty eight when i worked a fog will between the chicago bears and philadelphia eagles and the and the fog was so tough. That the commissioner in his block but say never ask never told to do he just said. Do you think we continue with the game. I think we can. And we going on with the game and the referees in jars. He's not only in charge of the game but he's in charge of the other. Six officials are seven as officials as you know. And you you already the captain. You're the really the one to give guidance to give leadership into give instruction to your crew. It's it's a very. It's a very tight knit. Family of those seven people and you know the visibility of games today with television and the internet and everything. I mean they got cameras just about everywhere. Commentators people picking it apart. What then is the greatest fear not only for an official in crew but main mainly for the referee. Who's the head of that crew. Jim interesting you ask the question. Because in nineteen seventy six hung on microphone around her neck as different. It's better system now than we did them. But but but never run. Never do we have from the league or from anyone instruct the referee as to what to say and how to say it now. They're doing that now. But in the beginning they didn't and that's one of the most important things that you you can do is to give the right. Call the right team the right penalty yardage and pointed in the right direction. I pointed the wrong direction. Many time fouls on the seventy seven offense and planes and towards the defense and you gotta be very you gotta really think about where you are and looked right at that camera and you're looking you the people that stadium can't see you but the people at home consider so i sell refer you need to look right at that lens of red lights on camera and you look right at that and you talk to the people in their living as if you right there with him. And saying offside seventy seven cetera. You mentioned it and a lot of people probably don't appreciate it as much in. That is the fact that you were associated with a couple of outstanding and unusual games the fall game as you indicated in chicago and the ice bowl between dallas and the green bay packers. But if you think about that ice bowl for just a second. Jim you mentioned about the officials never getting a chance to leave the field when the offense went over to the side. They could put their jackets on and maybe get warm vice versa when the defense switched off as well but the officials never have a chance to get off the field. How difficult is it for them to be able to under unusual and particularly cold conditions to be able to keep focus to be able to make the right calls. It's better now but in those days we didn't have gortex. We had just gotten in. In fact i talked about the the ice pool of the net. But just sit and you had to stay on the field. My assignments that ice pool. I was my first year as a referee. I'd moved from a field judge being referee and so i was the all official norm. Schachter was the referee on the field. My look good part about being the alternate. I was on the sideline riding keeping track of things. But i could go over by the heater since stan efficient on the field. Utan warmers and everything. They could to keep themselves warm their feet. What were you doing. Put on a pair of socks and then we put plastic bag over that socks and put another sock on that and tape it up and try to keep the heat as much as we could. It was it was much tougher than than it does now with the gortex in kind of uniforms that they have. Now it's a. It's a little bit easier and i never thought i just wanted. A guy didn't wanna wear gloves california kids but but the by but my buds. And but i never work or really got below zero. You mentioned you were going to talk about the ice bowl. It was an interesting evening because we flew into dallas green bay that that evening saturday evening and was nice. We went to dinner and all that sort of thing. We look up to morning to go to church and the snow is coming down and freezing. We weren't prepared for it. It was december thirty first so we went downtown green bay and knocked on the door of the army navy school store. The guy was doing inventory. Because it's the last day of the year. Had he not been there. We didn't have anywhere we open open store and got everything. We could gloves and everything we could to keep ourselves more. Thank goodness aski- was doing his inventory. Because we've been real trouble..