18 Burst results for "Jimmy Conway"

"jimmy conway" Discussed on Gangland Wire

Gangland Wire

05:16 min | 3 months ago

"jimmy conway" Discussed on Gangland Wire

"Immigrant directly from ireland. The name of his father was never known. The mother may not even know who the father was at the age of to the social services in new york city took little jimmy conway and put him in the first of many homes and also being some orphan homes or whatever they not enough they're calling orphan homes anymore they call them group living situations more than likely but a large part of his early years was spent in an orphan. Home ran but roman catholic. Church ran by nuns. They'd say that after she gave him up at age two. He never saw her again. Now as with many of these throwaway kids he was in a lot of different places the institutions but a lot of different foster homes. These people take in kids and some of them are good so mark good. They're just doing it for the money and and take a man for Sexual reasons so he would suffer physical and sexual abuse. In some of these different places he had a pivotal event that really shaped life at age. Thirteen again at argue martha foster father while drive a car that the man turned around a smack burke in the back seat. And we've all been there you know. Don't make me reach back there and whack you anyhow when this guy did this. He crashed the car and he died the disease man's widow plane burke and gave him regular beatings until he was actually taken back into social services in place with another family. The next one sometime. After that i don't know if was one directly after that but as sometime after that a family named burke which is worried in with this name berg took him in as a foster child and they had a he would say later. That claim comfortable and safe environment and he loved those people. he lived. daddy's teenage years on rockaway beach close to ocean promenade. You guys it live in new york city and know that you'll know exactly where that is and they never really stray too far from there either..

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"jimmy conway" Discussed on Gangland Wire

Gangland Wire

02:46 min | 3 months ago

"jimmy conway" Discussed on Gangland Wire

"Let's take a look to see where jimmy burke came from. He was born in the bronx new york so he never strayed too far from his birthplace. Like a guy like by the state up in plattsburg missouri. Why it ever got out of clinton county. He was the illegitimate son to woman named jane. Conway who was a prostitute was actually an immigrant from dublin ireland so he was a real irishman. He was the son of an immigrant directly from ireland. The name of his father was never known. The mother may not even know who the father was at the age of to the social services in new york city took little jimmy conway and put him in the first of many homes and also being some orphan homes or whatever they not enough they're calling orphan homes anymore they call them group living situations more than likely but a large part of his early years was spent in an orphan. Home ran but roman catholic. Church ran by nuns. They'd say that after she gave him up at age two. He never saw her again. Now as with many of these throwaway kids he was in a lot of different places the institutions but a lot of different foster homes. These people take in kids and some of them are good so mark good. They're just doing it for the money and and take a man for Sexual reasons so he would suffer physical and sexual abuse. In some of these different places he had a pivotal event that really shaped life at age. Thirteen again at argue martha foster father while drive a car that the man turned around a smack burke in the back seat. And we've all been there you know. Don't make me reach back there and whack you anyhow when this guy did this. He crashed the car and he died the disease man's widow plane burke and gave him regular beatings until he was actually taken back into social services in place with another family. The next one sometime. After that i don't know if was one directly after that but as sometime after that a family named burke which is worried in with this name berg took him in as a foster child and they had a he would say later. That claim comfortable and safe environment and he loved those people. he lived. daddy's teenage years on rockaway beach close to ocean promenade. You guys it live in new york city and know that you'll know exactly where that is and they never really stray too far from there either. Gone across the bay. Just a little bit said burke would never forget their kindness and for the rest of his life he would visit these foster parents on special occasions and when he started making some money start leaving large amounts of cash unmarked envelopes forum periodically. The burk family had adopted him so he took the family name and koeppen some say that he buried part of the nineteen seventy eight lufthansa heist some of the lute that was never found at the burke house on their property.

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A Look at the Early Life of Jimmy Burke Aka Jimmy the Gent

Gangland Wire

02:46 min | 3 months ago

A Look at the Early Life of Jimmy Burke Aka Jimmy the Gent

"Let's take a look to see where jimmy burke came from. He was born in the bronx new york so he never strayed too far from his birthplace. Like a guy like by the state up in plattsburg missouri. Why it ever got out of clinton county. He was the illegitimate son to woman named jane. Conway who was a prostitute was actually an immigrant from dublin ireland so he was a real irishman. He was the son of an immigrant directly from ireland. The name of his father was never known. The mother may not even know who the father was at the age of to the social services in new york city took little jimmy conway and put him in the first of many homes and also being some orphan homes or whatever they not enough they're calling orphan homes anymore they call them group living situations more than likely but a large part of his early years was spent in an orphan. Home ran but roman catholic. Church ran by nuns. They'd say that after she gave him up at age two. He never saw her again. Now as with many of these throwaway kids he was in a lot of different places the institutions but a lot of different foster homes. These people take in kids and some of them are good so mark good. They're just doing it for the money and and take a man for Sexual reasons so he would suffer physical and sexual abuse. In some of these different places he had a pivotal event that really shaped life at age. Thirteen again at argue martha foster father while drive a car that the man turned around a smack burke in the back seat. And we've all been there you know. Don't make me reach back there and whack you anyhow when this guy did this. He crashed the car and he died the disease man's widow plane burke and gave him regular beatings until he was actually taken back into social services in place with another family. The next one sometime. After that i don't know if was one directly after that but as sometime after that a family named burke which is worried in with this name berg took him in as a foster child and they had a he would say later. That claim comfortable and safe environment and he loved those people. he lived. daddy's teenage years on rockaway beach close to ocean promenade. You guys it live in new york city and know that you'll know exactly where that is and they never really stray too far from there either. Gone across the bay. Just a little bit said burke would never forget their kindness and for the rest of his life he would visit these foster parents on special occasions and when he started making some money start leaving large amounts of cash unmarked envelopes forum periodically. The burk family had adopted him so he took the family name and koeppen some say that he buried part of the nineteen seventy eight lufthansa heist some of the lute that was never found at the burke house on their property.

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"jimmy conway" Discussed on Midnight Double Feature - A Film Podcast

Midnight Double Feature - A Film Podcast

03:11 min | 4 months ago

"jimmy conway" Discussed on Midnight Double Feature - A Film Podcast

"All due respect by pardon my french but shut up you shut up got you point but then you put your pinky out just a little bit and you like that. That's kind of the way that he points but as we were watching this lindsey goes. Jesus christ he looks weird. You know with like the feathered hair in the mustache. Wait wasn't kate. Fear two years before this like that's so weird to think about it just like just over it. i think it's i think it's his partner. That's like counselor. Let us talk to him. But i wanted him to cut over and him being a hawaiian shurmur. The cabinets had just like that. Fucking deniro grants counselor man But they tell him you know. Have you ever been there girl in this cop. He ever been a garrison new jersey. You one of those white boys on the bridge is gonna save your assets. I mean yeah. They'd fucking sell each other down the river. What do they give a shit. But i- deniro hero. He doesn't have a lot of screen time. But this is like Was it what is his damn name. Doug stanhope has a great bit. About meeting jake lamotta. In real life he was jaekle. Motto was my neighbor in bisbee arizona. And he was like you know yeah. He's got to watch like football with that dude and shit and he was like you know jake lamotta was played in a movie. Called raging bull by a guy for three twenty two year olds in the audience. Robert deniro used to be an actor. And i laugh my ass off and it's kind of feels like you know grudge match and righteous kill. These like really godawful movies that he's an like you know lately that just have no interest to me but watching him and shit like that. It's it's like there's a reason why he's haight. Lost wake like yes as me actually. It's funny you sent me a maim about and saying you back and fired. I'll literally just screen bourbon and it was crazy. I it's nuts watching deniro in in the moments when he was kind of by himself and he's like oh yeah while they find the socks to and he's accent down the same that he just so fucking good man watching him do these little moments or dislike knowing. I think it's also when you know. What kind of actor deniro is when he was asking the real. The real I not our was he asking the real henry hill. Or somebody who was asking somebody how jimmy conway would have gotten catch up out of a bottle and it's like you're that meticulous and like when you do that. I trust you as an actor and like yes. He's got like those bullshit like you know garage mansion ship but like mean lectured the irishman and jarkko Like you know. He's also working with school. Says he on another one co killers the sloughs mirror flower moon now with leonardo dicaprio like east to put an ad. Good shit. it's just unfortunately it's a little off your barbara twain them. Yeah well my thing is like. I liked him. In joker irishman. I laugh when he stopping that guy. I laughed out loud. And i was like that looks. That's yeah that's more production thing..

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"jimmy conway" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

04:34 min | 1 year ago

"jimmy conway" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Sleep Just your body needs. You know, most adults need, you know a good 7 to 8 hours a night. So think about what that means and then prepare for it as you're as you're getting to that that bedtime and really one thing that helps us, you know, we know if people who have kids know that a bedtime ritual is really important. Whether it's the bath and reading the stories and things that help kids get wound down. For the night. We have the equivalent as adults. It's you know, it's turning off the TV so that you don't have that light. It's not drinking or eating too much right before bed and you might find it helpful to really develop a bedtime rituals such as journaling at night or having a cup of tea. I'm just something that clues your mind and your body into the fact that it is that it's time to really start winding down. But the real key is then sticking to that. And so that is a great resolution for the new year. You mentioned earlier that it's probably bad for us to make a resolution. I'm going to lose, you know, such and such number of pounds, So if we don't think of this large goal, how do we approach these things in the resolution? Yes, Starting small is actually a really great way to do things so you might sort of say I'm going to take a walk. You know if you've been super sudden, Perry saying, I will make a healthy, healthier lunch for myself during the week or I'm going to take a walk every day start small and then when you start winning at those small Perhaps you can be confidence and you will and it will help you stick to it, and it will help you kind of growing and build on it as well. So starting small is unique and also check in with yourself along the way. So let's say you make a resolution whether or not it's realistic check in with yourself every weekend, saying, however, I've been doing on that. Well, if you haven't been doing so well, maybe it was too ambitious. Maybe it was too much of a leap from what your dick regular day today is and you need to dial it back a little bit. So again, those small Actions really built two big ones, and that's a great way to think about things well along those lives for people that want to cut back drinking. You talk about making a resolution just for a dry January. Now tell me how that works dry January, something that has been catching on and you know, it's It's interesting. I mentioned that I don't think people will be doing these super strict kinds of resolutions is here. But at the same time, I think, Do you think that challenges like a dry January is something that people will really be trying a lot? Because you know everybody Been talking and joking, and maybe not ruffle joke about having been drinking a lot during quarantine, so really taking a break from alcohol can help reset your relationship with it. It will also help you lose some weight. If that's what you're looking to do, and it also help you sleep better. So that's something where it's again. It's a lot of it is about routine. So if you've gotten in the habit of a glass of wine each night, don't you try to replace it with something else that you'll enjoy? Make yourself a nonalcoholic cocktail? Something that feels like a little bit of Treat for that same time of day so again that you don't feel so deprived so that you so you're still enjoying the ritual of it and also getting those health benefits. And there's so many studies that show that people who quit drinking for a month that the positive effects carry on that again. You sort of reset that relationship with alcohol so that you're more mindful about how you drink Come February, Even if you go back to drinking in February, Speaking of February, maybe it's better do a dry February. I mean, it's a shorter month. Yeah, I've actually heard people say that. Not exactly final thing. People talk a lot about carbs, and I noticed among that, you know, I'm going to quit carbs. And then some people say no. Don't cards too good for you and one of your things, and dealing with that resolution is maybe just change out the cards you're having for healthier carbs. That's that's a great weight for Health magazine. Actually, for January issue, we talked to nutritionist about People's Diet resolutions and one of the things that people often say is I want to give up carbs and nutritionist always say no, don't do that, because what people don't understand about carbs is that so many different types of foods, including many that are really, really good for you, our corpse and our body needs them for energy. So when if you're going to say you want to give up carbs? Certainly you can scale back on things like sugar and white flour in the process. Foods that contain too much of them. But in terms of carbs that's going to be black beans and sweet potatoes and whole grain foods. So as with everything in life bank in terms of moderation, don't think so black and white and don't just say I'm going to cut out this entire food group thinking said, adding, We talked before about added about making it about having more of the good things in your life. And that same same philosophy if I stick arms. Jimmy Conway is editor in chief of Health magazine gave me a very happy 2021 to you. Thank you. You too. You're Listeningto Holiday special from the.

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"jimmy conway" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

06:47 min | 1 year ago

"jimmy conway" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"It sure does there to your right there to your left, and hopefully, when you were looking in the mirror, you are not looking one in the eye and we often find them in the state of it. Lord is like Tennessee Hennessy, Tennessee. That's where we're going first. So we're going to meet a 30? Nope. I'm actually I lied. We're not going to Tennessee first. We're going there last right now We're going to go to Iowa. Payday for our neighbors. Don't South there, So I want to introduce you to a 70 year old guy named Peter de Yeager from Whole Iowa. And back in August, he Was charged with two misdemeanor counts of theft and trespassing for stealing some political signs. I will not tell you what party but he was taken signs out of yards. Because there was somebody he wasn't excited about rude. Rude, but that's not what makes him a crazy, stupid idiot. What makes him a crazy stupid idiot is what he did next, So you know, committed a crime, got charged with two misdemeanor counts of theft in trespassing. But what happened? Wass, his town newspaper, The Dickinson County News had a small blurb about his prime and its police blotter on September 2nd. Oh, smalltown police blotters May a source of entertainment and you know how that goes. You don't want to be in that police blotter by name. No way. No. How well too late. He waas that Peter there and he knew he didn't want his neighbor's reading about him. So you know what he did? Um, he burnt down the place that published in the newspapers know it was too late. They had already gone to the stores. Instead, he went to different stores in the area and stole every copy of The newspaper, honey. Oh, bless his heart. He Peter, We're out the vending boxes. He took it off news racks. He did whatever he could do to get those newspapers out of circulation so nobody could read his name in the police blotter. It's called the Internet, Peter. They're going to find out they're going to find out, honey also Like it's in the police blotter. I mean, It exists outside of the newspapers. What you're saying and also like there's a lot of other news in the newspaper. You're really pretty sure that everybody's going to be zeroing in on your name. Right, mister. Diego er, Mr De Agger. Just Yeah, it's not that big of a deal. So you got salty and you in. You saw a sign for a candidate that you didn't like. And you decided to take the signs. Big Deal. Low stakes. Thing that you did. Can we talk about that followed from this Well, was there Was it like an old school like town war. We're having incited pitchforks and the other side had torches. And then they busted out into song and they resolve their issues. I like where your brain is, but no. So this is Let's just let's think this all the way through. Mr Diego. Er got hit with some misdemeanor theft charges. He didn't want anybody to know about it. So he stole a bunch of papers that had that in the police blotter. And now he's being spoken about. In national news. Oh, yeah, I see. So think things all the way through. Also, there's going to be some charges from his newspaper theft as well. Good job, Peter. Congratulations. Very smart. We're talking about you in Minneapolis and therefore people around the world are listening to you now. So way to go, you go. I wish that people were listening to his Colleen because my crazy stupid idiot proves that people are not listening to the segment, and they're not heeding the advice that we have to give to them. Because this is something that we talked about, Oh, maybe two or three months ago, and it's happening again, and it's happening again in Florida. Ah! We're going to a Florida and we're going to meet a man who goes by the name Diamond Blue Smith Diamond Blue Smith is actually kind of famous. So he's a member of a group called Pretty Ricky. He's also been featured on the show Love and Hip hop Miami. Wow, right, so he's kind of a big darn deal. You didn't listen to the Colleen and Bradley show. Oh, well, See, that was this first must say that was his first something I mean. The second mistake. Is that he decided to rip off the paycheck protection program. You know the program that was set up by the government because we're going through sometimes, and people needed relief in order to pay their employees. Well, his company falsified documents for a P P p. Lowman. You got about a half a million dollars. My gosh, through this PPP low, My gosh, I swear. Okay, this we did have like an identical story to the well, but wait There's more so Damon secured a couple a couple of PPP loans. He also did that through his one company, throwback jersey dot com, and then he was also able to secure another PPP loan of $700,000. Through another company called Blue Star Records. Now you've secured and you've scammed over a million dollars Now, Now, what would you do? If you had a million dollars Think of the Barenaked Ladies song. Yeah, well, I mean, if I'm like being smart about it, and I had a million dollars that I got through You know? Not strictly UPIN up methods, I'd probably lay low. You would, wouldn't you? But not if I was a crazy, stupid idiot. No, he bought a Ferrari. Yeah, That's what a stupid idiot does. Diamond Blue Smith bought a Ferrari. He also decided to use the loans. By the way. The Ferrari Worth $96,000. No when Ana for Sochi shopping spree, then spent $27,000 at the seminal hard rock hotel and casino. Also in Florida. And as a result, Mr Diamond Blue Smith was arrested by the FBI. Yeah. Yeah, And I could no, no people. No, I'm thrown it back to some pop culture knowledge. Paul Maguire Crimes mentioned this movie. In the last segment, the movie's called Goodfellas in the movie based off a true story. The guy's in Goodfellas steal a bunch of money. In what is called the LaTanya heist. Now Jimmy Conway, played by Robert DeNiro warns all the guys once we pull off the heist, you gotta lay low. What do the guys do?.

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"jimmy conway" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:11 min | 1 year ago

"jimmy conway" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"So ah lot of celebrities doing what they can to get out the vote, including getting naked like we talked about yesterday. I mean, get naked for a good cause. It's better than the imagined video. That was about earlier this year. We've already forgotten that, But yes, that was bad. Oh, that was really, really, You know, Tomorrow is John Lennon's birthday, and I was thinking about doing a happy hour jukebox trivia for You know, Right? Celebrate. And what do you have a second? I thought I should have you guys sing. Imagine that. I just sort of remember that it ain't no John Lennon would have been 80 years old this year. Yeah, so definitely one of those milestone, Remember and send. It has been 40 years since John Lennon was assassinated because he passed away in December. Of 1980. Yeah, Yeah, I just want this one person isn't really necessarily a celebrity that we talked about on the daily, but I just want to let everyone know a watch out with their money. So there's a Florida hip hop star who allegedly got more than a million dollars in Cove in 19 relief funds and then used it to buy a Ferrari. Oh, that's happened, like three times. Now I feel like Yeah, and it's all in Florida. So this person named Diamond Blue Smith, They're a member of a group called Pretty, Ricky. They were charged this week for their role in a $17 million Corona virus Relief scheme. They've appeared on love and hip hop Miami They got half a million dollars in PPP through their company and then decided to buy of luxury car with it. I just a Ferrari it isn't didn't we watch Goodfellas? Yeah, Back in the day. The lesson from could fellas being when you do your big heist? You gotta lay low. Listen to Jimmy Conway. Don't buy your wife, a mink coat and a pink Cadillac. Things happen when you do that, not saying that it's gonna happen with this guy. But the car was seized. And this guy was arrested on charges of wire fraud, bank fraud and conspiracy to commit wire fraud and bank fraud. Just offer that is a little morality lesson for everyone. As we leave the start Alert update today you give us a traffic.

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"jimmy conway" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

06:55 min | 1 year ago

"jimmy conway" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Mob partners Jimmy Conway and Tommy DeVito and the Italian American crime syndicate. So they didn't want to call it the mob. And I mdb, you know? Well, you can't cross certain lines on the On the D B man, I guess so. This movie stars Bobby D as James Conway first build a tad surprising I think they had to because he was the biggest star going into the movie. Okay, Fair. It's like in Batman. When Nicholson was the first building he was the Joker. Sure that my contract I would assume that checks out. All right, Ray Liotta as Henry Hill. He's great in one of my favorite characters of all time. I'm going to point this out to you early in the movie. He is an ugly young man, but late in the movie is a handsome older gentlemen well seventies and the eighties that was in my notes, but Just really, really strong. No. Taking you. Joe Pesci is Tommy DeVito, of course, won the Oscar Lorraine Bracco is Karen Hill is every part is good As those first three she got nominated for best supporting actors. She probably should have won, but you lose, too will be a would be right. Paul Sorvino place. Paul Cicero, Frank Severo Place Frankie Carbone. Let me point this out to you, Frank Severo has the worst hair I have ever seen in my life won't last year anyone's ever seen. It's an actual Chia pet so good. What a Sony good, like what is happening with his? I don't know. I don't want you to ask questions. I think it's the greatest thing a long time. I'm just starting out. Every scene that he was in. I was lost because of his hair. By the way, this cast lists you could have just used their their real names, and it also would have worked in the movie. Tony Darrow, Sonny Buns. Mike Stars Frenchy Frank Vincent As Billy Batts obviously plays a central role. Chuck Lo is Morris Kessler. Frank DiLeo is tutti Cicero, Henny Youngman as himself. I don't know who that person is. Gina Mastrogiacomo. It's a real pies on right there. Janice, the girlfriend, first girlfriend on then Marty Scorsese's parents actually play a role here. Catherine Scorsese plays Tommy's mother, the one that makes him the dinner at three on Charles Scorsese Place, Vinnie. I don't know of any is but apparently is in the movie. I'm blanking right now, but When Carbone was killed. Was he shot in the head? Hey, might he must have been he had to have been if I was anybody else, I wouldn't even know it was an off screen thing. You know, He probably wasn't shot in the head, because if you shoot a bullet at that, it's just going to bounce off and hit you in the face. Let you shoot him in the eye right yet, Right? Yeah, obviously. So, this one with Pesci as best supporting actor. It was nominated for best picture, nominated for supporting actress Lorraine Bracco was nominated for best director Scorsese best adapted screenplay and best film. Editing. So it was nominated for six at 11. It probably should have won, at least for it should have won. All of them at least. Yeah, probably should've won. Yes, him, especially in that year, and we both watched the remastered version, which I believe came out. Five years ago, four years ago. What's different? You think I guess they updated it to like four K. Scan it to four k or something. So I haven't I probably couldn't watch the original in a while, but I didn't hear you difference. So that's good. So few if you go to rent this on prime like we did. It's the same movie. There's nothing different about it. I would say that's the most memorable thing from this movie Arvin Pesci and some characters and some plot points. Is the Layla piano exit the song that place a couple times in the movie during when Carbone gets whack, and all those wagons is at the end you mentioned Leila. I would just say all of the music and how it's used in the story in general. Yes, even at the beginning ofthe is gone from rags to riches. I even like when the credits roll. They play the song my way, but I did it. My I said vicious, right? Yeah. The Sid vicious first love that little touch to it. So there's two things that I did hate in this movie. Okay, getting out of the way, Okay, goes out of the way. So the editing on Pesci's death, the cuts and OK, it didn't even sync up of them, shooting him in the head and then them cutting to his face. Yes, so that when it cuts to him falling isn't good. No, it's me that it's a good point. You did mention to me. You wash it right before I did say there's two things you didn't like. So what's the second one? The title card at the end of I think, like, what does it say in the title card at the with the thing swooping in and out that stuff the aftermath, So after he gets arrested, and then it says the aftermath on a title card They haven't done that. The entire movie. Why would we suddenly have a new but they do it with dates? Widowed 1980. You know they do with dates, but not with words. I don't need that because we know that the aftermath is coming. It's the next get that that's a Scorsese thing. So that's just in general. You don't like that. He does just fine with that. And the one thing I didn't like. And there's no rhyme or reason to. It is shortly after that aftermath stuff at the very end before the credits. He breaks the fourth wall in the courtroom, and I found that These are also something any watch you had done. The entire movie starts pocket out, You know, like in the movie basically ends here, like all right, I'll just forget about that. So those three things that I think are good points. Actually, the aftermath was not a good one. The anything with the Pesci death and then him breaking the fourth wall again. Weird, weird sort of oversights, or, you know thoughts to do that. I don't. I don't understand Why that it's the Millennium of aftermath. Eminem's record label, but again, do I actually. So maybe I should have known this. I didn't know that the song that I remember this movie for Layla Piano exit was just the outro to the world Famous Layla by Derek and the dominos, But really, by our Clapton. Eric Clapton was the singer and guitarist. I didn't know that Layla had nitro number one. But this is the outro to that song. Did you know that I had never thought of it. So the answer would be? No, I did not. And in the original version of Layla, which we all know, and love by our Clapton has this tro So Clapton was the singer and guitarist of that band, which I had no idea and, ah, the original recording of this song features slide guitar by Duane Allman, who died. He must have died like Right after the song was made son of the Allman Brothers, and that's pretty incredible. Clapton and Almond both playing guitar on the same night, I say was almond. He was an enemy of discussion. Pistachio, right pistachio discussing Guy's name. You know, that's a good question. We'll have to have the one of our one of our listeners. Let us know little turtle and then last little tidbit about the song Clapton wrote the song about his friend George Harrison's wife. So Clapton and George Harrison grew up together in England. They were good friends. George Harrison gets married to a lady named Patti Boyd Or is the Brits caught called Patti Boyd, and then they later got divorced, and Clapton married her..

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"jimmy conway" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

04:48 min | 1 year ago

"jimmy conway" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"ABC, Bill O'Reilly's coming up in 8 40 Great song, many coming up from the Knickerbocker trainer Mike Saunders. 30 years ago. I believe this week Good fellas came out and a dear friend was on this show every Tuesday. Hero cop Bo deedle, who was great in the Irishman. Great in was a movie or a wolf of Wall Street. But it is also great good fellas. He arrested Hill in the driveway, the girl and then he took him down to the station. And he's making a cake. The whole thing he tastes a little bit of cocaine on his lips. Yes, and he wants to chime in on what's a better Mob movie Godfather or good bullets, But again he was in good follows, so it may be biased. Bo. Good morning, Hawaii, pal. Good morning. Good morning. That easy one and I'm not going to be an idiot. The best was gone, Father, but Ah, good fellow. Good fellows in top flight. No, no. What would you say What? Why was Godfather better than good Fellow? I just I That's the way I feel about it like that's why I vote for Donald Trump and not buying that's the way I feel about it. And you know, you just can't change and everything like that. Although good was one of the greatest one of the five great movies, but the best one If you say best best Goodfellas. How damn second guess God, How about that bodega was actually in the movie, and it's picking godfather. Thank you both. That's honest. Let me tell you something, but talking about good fellas. It all started when I retired. Nick Lachey wrote a feature cover story for New York magazine. That was the feature story about my retirement Police department with catapulted me into Bo being ball, I think because I wasn't any better than a lot of detectives that retired. I just had that article that just catapulted me. So I meet with Nick. He's doing a book called Wise Guy on 18th Street, where an old type are there next to me when I think about you grow up in Ozone Park. With the scope, all with Paul Vario and with the Henry Hill and all these guys that I start talking about. What do you mean making a movie about Henry Holdings a punk. We throw him out of the boy. He was a nobody was a made guy. So he tells me this story about Conda heist and all that. And Jimmy Burke. He's gonna borrow Lefty's bullet with drink, dine beers there. Remember Jimmy Burke, and now it was the Niro's character by the cold on Jimmy Conway in the movie, but it was Jimmy Berg. But and what happens is that I end up locking eye on blocking him up on two murders that he committed. Henry Hill gave them up on two murders. I was a homicide detective in the 75 and I end up block locking up. Jimmy Burke had him on a plate. I had him on a plane coming from Allenwood. And we were drinking a little bottles of Scotch. Jimmy. I did put the handcuffs on Jimmy and the lieutenant. Start yelling your president's drunk. You're drunk since the city far gave bothered, so we we end up getting involved with the movie. So first thing is that Nikki s because we bring Scorsese up to Rayo's. And he can no less than 12 people at a rail. She sees the character, Petey Petey, next Johnny will be all all the guys in the movie. So now as we're filming the movie, I'm on set a lot of the time with Nick on the set. And the funny part when you talk about what Pesci there That was actually scores Daisy's mom in the kitchen and that she painted that painting there with the dog looking serious. That was a real Marty. Good mom. Mother and his father was the guy when they wacked Pesci and shoot him in the head, and he goes on that so that That guy on the phone? That goes right. And I did not say that Dutch set right? The guy on the phone right now. So you know, filming this moving a lot of people. Really the first time they used this scam. This stake him when they did one shot when we were filming by the old Copacabana were rarely otter in. Lorraine Brockie was walking through the kitchen. All that was once seen one shot who has done great. And I would tell you to be part of that whole film was one of the greatest experience of my life, But But when you say greatest movie of all times, I'm sorry, Godfather and I wasn't in it. But I watch it a weekend. I can you know, It's like every week. I know. I know that Thank you Bought. Somebody sent me a Tweet said God bothers about because it was a classy aversion. Goodfellas had like drugs. And you know what about Goodfellas? Is it had that music? You know that captured you? Of course, is that they're both great boy. You've got to do with your beyond the sea. Only leave it to Sid Rosenberg. So make it a competition, which was a better movie. What? What do you think? They're both great movie. They are both great. Hey, quickly. Also, I've got a guest in studio before Bill O'Reilly and it's our dear friend Corey Zelnick, Zelnick and Cole. Corey is a commercial real estate guy in the city. So if anybody is feeling the pain of Cove ID, it would be him. Couple of minutes. You have Corey, first of all. Good morning. You look very, very handsome. Howya. God, great..

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"jimmy conway" Discussed on Reel Chronicles

Reel Chronicles

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"jimmy conway" Discussed on Reel Chronicles

"Would phone him seven to eight times a day to discuss certain things about Jimmy's characters such as how Jimmy would hold his cigarette and use ketchup and then mentioned this before. A Marker says he read the book while on the set a color of money but he first got wind of the book when he was handed the galley proofs. Although score says has had sworn up like I mentioned before making off Mafia once he read the book he was on board. He said. I've been waiting for this phone. Call my entire life while I was or says he also added. I've been waiting for his book. Mein entire life. According to Ray Liotta Mar says he was so involved in every detail of the past wardrobe that he tied really. Otas tie himself to make sure it was an accurate for the film. Setting this casting broke my heart. I didn't know about this. Al Pacino was offered the role of Jimmy Conway but he turned it down. Oh the reason he turned down. He had fears of typecasting ironically the same year Pacino now only needed godfather three but he only played. He played an even more stereotype gangster. Big Boy Caprice in Dick Tracy the decision to turn down Goodfellas a decision Pacino has admitted that he regrets. I would hope do think it would have.

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"jimmy conway" Discussed on Pop Culturing

Pop Culturing

02:53 min | 2 years ago

"jimmy conway" Discussed on Pop Culturing

"Do you remember whose version of my way. This is the voice. I have it written somewhere. 'cause I guess an entre did I don't know if it's not alive. But they didn't want to give him rights. So then Scorsese bought the rights to the torsion. So I just don't I don't know if there's any good way to end this movie but I just felt like on fulfilled first of all. Why does Z.? Break the fourth wall in the last scene in the movie and it just didn't. It seemed weird to me. What did you think said vicious? When did you what did you think about him? Like looking at the camera I was it was over. Yeah I mean did he not break. He was breaking the fourth wall through the whole movie he was talking two US he was near right long. Never looked at the camera. I guess what I mean. Is You feel his presence narrating the whole time I know that maybe. That's we've talked about this before. About what the true definition of the fourth wall is but he was He you know he was talking to the whole time anyway so I was fine with it. I thought it was a sad ending because he would never no matter what he had he his his system had been created for something completely. Different like to believe that Henry Hill was gonna go completely straight is. It's ridiculous like wasn't he like Howard Stern. He was on Howard Stern. I think he has died. So a few random facts latonya heights was solved in two thousand fourteen. Most surviving arriving members were arrested. So Jimmy was arrested with. Jimmy was arrested because of Henry's testimony. Oh we're talking what you're talking about. Different twenty four years later. Oh my God that's what it said. Now this is just what I read on the Internet. Jimmy Burke on whom Jimmy Conway Conway's base would have been eligible for parole in two thousand four. He died of lung cancer. Nineteen ninety-six while still in prison What a little girl who plays Henry and Cairns daughters is learning Broccoli's daughter with Harvey Keitel? Yes they were married annoyed. Yes later in life of Henry Hill after he enters a witness protect. Oh we talked about about Oh he enters a witness witness protection program was also adapted more humorously into my blue heaven the same year appropriate appropriately. That film was written by Nora Ephron. Who's Nicholas polite plugs? Wife who I think was one of the directors or screenplay I think he worked with Scorsese. Yeah my Blue Heaven Sweetie tell me coming in one andrus view to be here in the frozen food section because you could mel all this stuff.

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"jimmy conway" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

05:32 min | 2 years ago

"jimmy conway" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"The anything anything British nothing British okay nope but he did like English muffins all of which are not from England they're not of course not you know we we do this spaghetti was who bounced again the Chinese very good Chinese that's what Marco Polo he brought it to back and what about for pizza Peter who founded it out or was it a time I really now to fill the study of Chinese it's like you know bread with cheese and tomato sauce commands less food in the world somebody how to make it somewhere persisted and how to start then sought Brooklyn let my favorite food is tied for us whose isn't like I I know I'd be gill says the best food well as you know I don't know we were tracing it somehow yeah that's if you say to five nights a week it's cheese with tomatoes I said what about pizza pizza the best food in the world okay host pizza the best food in the world of course let's just look I don't think so she's a I want to I don't have little traffic down there we can agree yeah well I disagree you couldn't live without one food where would it be I'm a be pizza really yes Sir could live without think about that I'm a Limburger last night I love you which is always good lamb burger you mean a like a lot of from the sheeple land like a pop up on nothing yeah in my life all of it so how did you find on the Upper West Side a lamp with the gore gives soul would cheat all my gosh goals all Bernie you and with the vests and the jeans eat lamb burgers on the Upper West Side I mean come on you gotta check your main card is a you you you you just gotta I don't care how many you know how big your muscles get right get pretty big how to make that he got it's just we just put shred that main card Lampe Berger Lampe Berger meeting I cannot say I have had a lamb have you out of Turkey burger I have not had a terrible okay Sir give us the same thing with the big deal I got a TV how did you love it I love it it's a little lighter than a hamburger well like a lamb is lamb is like an animal lamb is like an animal well it is an animal turkeys a burn I don't know how those two are similar to baby baby animal listen one eight hundred eight four eight W. A. B. C. one eight hundred eight four eight ninety two twenty two if you had a lamb burger don't lie don't call it this we went on the radio you have a lamb burger and you like it I wanted to a tell Bernie this time I want to work begins Lampe Berger Lampe Berger now in the meantime the Irishman opens today tone but I wish it is gonna be in theaters today but in New York not many yes it's got a limited opening it's not gonna be in like three thousand thing right you don't is Pacific theaters so we can go soon it's going to be in it in New York City it's going to be I believe five places the Belasco on west forty four three to fit so well that's the Times Square theater also when mark fit three places only in New York now we can center now the landmark fifty seven on west fifty seventh street right and the I FC Waverly downtown that's it ha ha it it says here this is show biz for one one of the fifty United States twenty seven will not get the Irishman at all I don't and some states only have one theater in the whole state of getting the arson what such as for today towards or does lead up to not put the whole run and I could not because it has it has it in three weeks and the reason for that is because that that flick bankrolled it it right a hundred forty million dollars that they needed Scorsese needed to make it to this de aging process for all the old actors that he has a passion that hero specially because the think takes place from love like the nineteen thirty and up until the nineteen eighties of Apache looks old sort of Harvey Keitel deniro does look young he looks a lot like you when he played Jimmy Conway Burke in this of Goodfellas all I know is it got rave review article in a master the best at his best movie ever forgot to meet the pointed and Goodfellas quickly Danny is all but what I will go to Gideon chip Robert damn what he got for me well the world on fire but discussed the Lamberg have you ever had a gyro it's called zero Greek I will kill you for saying John I don't think I have that's why I carry on well you've had a gyro you you just ground up to women to chop meat and it's like a Lamborghini as jobs it's delicious that that's the listed on it is that correct I don't know about the golden goal is so what I goal to defeat great day alright let's go to quickly one more hour good body Upper West Side chef Robert good morning Robert good morning guys later hi what's up Robert I'm great I'm great good good good Lambert getting a do you make a nice Limburger never you never made a Limburger no salmon burger and all that stuff when Turkey like you said but this is I'm not give its light a lamp no okay I would I mean don't talk nonsense John is that that's so now you got something else thank you Robert we love you know you got something else to be agreed to a boy side is about we hate trump's and wheat Lambert nicest says weird but just try it once maybe don't like maybe I would thanks I check I'm in a liberty it's it's it'll come right back.

"jimmy conway" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:29 min | 2 years ago

"jimmy conway" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Deniro's almost all during the weekend and I was dropping F. bombs left right bashing the president this guy is should not be president period and when you say that folks on fox come after you remember the tone is when I got up there and cursed water some of you okay well you know this is K. already so it's not an STC by arson but it is still a Sunday morning well I. choose to go that may save some money we are we are in a moment in our lives in this country where this guy is like a gangster he's come along and he's said things done things we say over and over again this is terrible that we're in a terrible situation. we're in a terrible situation and this guy just keep going on and on and on without being stopped me okay with this camera I am one hundred percent okay with this and this is why remember the old Christmas movie it's a wonderful life I just heard a Christmas commercial minute ago also got me thinking remember it's a wonderful life there's a line in that movie every time a bell rings an angel gets their wings every time a Hollywood celebrity bashes the president a mid western swing state goes red. every single time and it's been proven I mean in two thousand sixteen a look back at the election every single you know outspoken actor was stumping for Hillary Katy Perry was booked to do her big party on election night and all these people from bed medlar to Robert deniro and you name it from top to bottom they're telling everybody in the Midwest how to vote and you can't possibly like this president because you're just a bunch of Hicks keep on doing that keep on doing it your going to get Donald Trump elected again I'm great with it I'm I'm watching them I watch and deniro and it just it's like he he does know he's not really he's ace Rothstein from casino right. he's not he's not really does have what's his face Jimmy Conway from good fellas that's not those are just characters Bob and I question the mint guys mental fitness not because he's a man never Trumper but because he signed on to do rocky and Bullwinkle. winning is legacy. be curious to see what the Irishman has he should buy it you know what by law should be a law the Robert deniro is not allowed to star in any other movie except with Martin Scorsese I can get what that that's the legislation I think I can get behind. back.

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"jimmy conway" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

03:22 min | 2 years ago

"jimmy conway" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

"He's part of that history in genie have that relationship and Kurt and Jeannie have that relationship. And we start seeing that Linda Rambus is gaining a more elevated status despite the fact that she has not worked on the basketball side, even though she's been part of the Lakers for. A longtime rob Pelinka given this job without any experience in it. It's, it's the collective. Yeah. It's number an individual. No doubt, no doubt. It's just the I've said this before, and I think they get mad when I say it the blind leading the blind it feels like that. And look they did. I don't mind the checks and balances. I just wish that the checks he stopped with someone who had some really experiencing in Ramona story. The last line is Kurt ram will remain. As a special advisor he's the only other person named besides rum. Right. So that's interesting. Yeah, let me go to Jonathan in north Hollywood. What's up Jonathan? Hey, guys says it's been revealed that the Lakers are not gonna reach outside the organization and higher president of basketball operations. Let's just call. It is the Lakers are now officially incestuous organization. You know, one reason why incestuous behaviors have us that destroys a family, genetically marrying outside of the family brings in new blood and strength as a family. So the Lakers have now become to land. Stors Ropley Johnson. And genius Thursay. We how game of thrones and how insects can destroy a family. Kenny buses pathological aversion to reaching outside the organization will destroy the Lakers, any fortune five hundred companies want wanna hire the busters. And even if they came from outside the company, it's so frustrating, there's no greater Laker fan, and I am, I'm so frustrated help me out. I mean, it it's actually pretty good analogy to be honest. I don't wanna go that deep into the incestuous part of it. You know what I mean? It's like it clear that goes too far. But that is, it's the right analogy. You know what I've always thought about, you know, in goodfellas? Remember, there's one of Karen, hills voice over since she's talking about is she spending more time with the mob family, and how she and Jimmy Conway, Robert de Niro's character like she. And Ray Liotta Jimmy Conway in his always go vacationing together, like, and she's like there were never any outsiders, whatever. Just felt normal after a while. Yeah. Like that's what it reminds me. Yeah. For sure. Let me grab Lewis in Pasadena Lewis I got him in a minute, buddy because we're running up against it soon. Okay. Run this real quick to you, one Mr. Griffin over in New Orleans. He loves Brandon Ingram. I want to show you show. And that's all he did was just brag on this show about in February, right? Yeah, right. So I think if you have a number four pick and you can't work anything out with the number four and Brandon and maybe a another player. So then you take that pick because with my suggestion one, what one thing, I know is this, then the guy plan, Golden State, who comes off the bench. Jordan, bill. I don't do you think that somebody in the top pin is better than that guy outside of the top three guys? And another thing is the Lakers wanna fix things. People think I'm crazy when I say, but I'm gonna say bring back Jim bus because he was always good with college picks go back and look at all his picks. It's actually a good. That is a good point. Like even Mitch they did hit on a lot of guys, the other discounting department was never that's and it still wasn't like you know, whether you want to give most of that credit, Jim bus Jesse bus, some combination, whatever that's always been really good..

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"jimmy conway" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

03:52 min | 2 years ago

"jimmy conway" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Your father was a cameraman carbonate show. He was Carol Burnett Sonny and share and Campbell, you and I probably ran into each other. Yeah. You know, I was thinking back to that. And there are some kids that I did meet we were running around in wardrobe from time to time and it was probably like you and your sister. I think I talked to Kelly about that. And you guys. Yeah, that's pretty cool. What a connection. But he, he didn't work just only cover natural. He's also on sunny shared. Yes. And then they had three's company come in after Sonny and Cher knows a hot studio hot hot high. And now they've sold that studio. I think it's all coming down, which will be, you know, so, so such a loss. Yeah, that really will be. I mean that is, that's a landmark Angeles landmark did your dad, ever taken that little cafeteria down the hall man burgers in the world, there, we would go over to farmers market. Yes. And also there is this, this great deli. Right down the road on Fairfax that we would go kanter's. Yes. Yes. Yes. We have the same childhood big dog with you with you. All right. Thank you Angel Martinez. There. She goes are. Let's take some phone calls here. Let's talk to MC MC in Thousand Oaks on KFI. Jimmy conway. Students kid. Yeah, one of them. That's pretty cool. Man. I. My sister had worked together a couple of times, and the biggest fan of your dad because you dad is the only guy in LA would come on and actually talk about hockey because he was a fan. Yeah. He was a fanny also claimed to be a goalie. One time wasn't. Oh, yeah. He played hockey. He was still playing hockey in his fifties. Wow. With the celebrity hockey team with John Barbour, you know. Yeah. Sure. Yeah. John abors. I've played on the team with them a few times. That's classic man. And you know, you know, I was worked as a prop prophecy through with your dad. Oh, yeah. I can't tell you to me, how sad, I am about the loss of your father. But I must say I never had so much fun in my life time I spent working on those shows with him. Yeah. And, and he always, you know, he was a below the kind below the line kind of guy where most if not all of his friends were guys that worked on props electric to the cameraman. I can remember maybe two or three times my life where we had celebrities in the house. It was always just, you know, guys on the crew. Absolutely. You're the same way. I mean when you on stage I remember you'd longer over the prop department hang out with us. Because that's, that's where all the booze was, too. That's right. I was professional. Archer. Age. Joe Hamilton who you spoke very fondly of recently. Oh Joe's the best. It was the best, you know. And he he was the guy he had his own director's chair in the in the booze. And he's the one that would say sums up or sons down to skip the was on. You know, no one else said a word he was the guy Joe Hamilton was in the hospital. He was dying of cancer. And he said to the nurse his give me a cigarette. And she said we don't do that in this hospital. And he said you do now. The cigarette in a hospital bed..

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"jimmy conway" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"jimmy conway" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Space. There are one or two high-profile potential fallen angels in investment grade. But but broadly, speaking investment grade is going to be the technical issue of where people crowded into owning credit risk at the wrong price by quantitative easing. And now they will have to run for a very very narrow door. And then Secondly, what does the Ford price of credit? Look like if you look at Europe, one of the interesting things is that the concessions. That's effectively the discount is being levied by investors on companies when they want to raise new debt, those concessions are getting wider wider. And that's a sign that the there is a waning appetite for primary. And of course, if we re price credit risk, then ultimately we have to reprise equity risk as well. By the way, I was doing I lost. My battle of the charts challenging Anne-Marie Hordern a few minutes ago. No deservedly. So because I think her chart was much more important considering the news of the day. But my chart showed that emerging markets is really starting to be a bet that more traders are placing long emerging markets. Do you see that as well? From your clients is this turning out to be the the investment of sort of early two thousand nineteen. We we do we put it this way in pockets where you can say the flows of stabilized quickest or the pocket where you can say that is is is e m. It hinges on your what your view of the dollar is. I certainly I think when when you look at how brutally impacted growth develop market growth was as a factor within European sorry global equities. So that's to say that all of the kind of gross story was the one that was hardest hit in December. So if you're then looking to pick up organic growth EM is the pocket to do it. If you think the fed are going to be going forward. Clearly, we wanna how that relationship works with the dollar say, yes, it it makes sense. I think good balance sheet year, and that's to say buying EM companies with the right kind of leverage ratios decent balance sheet in the right? Kind of geographies where you think the political risk is already. Either already priced all there isn't too much of it. That's a decent trade into two thousand nine hundred. Okay. Jimmy. Thank you very much. Thanks for joining us. Jimmy Conway India head of equity trading at CitiGroup. Global markets with us here in London studio this Monday now, let's get the world national news headlines,.

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"jimmy conway" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:38 min | 3 years ago

"jimmy conway" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Europe extending pressure is going to be an opportunity for reform in China. I think liquidity generally across financial markets is an issue and a concern Spanish, thanks all in a much better place than they were five years ago. Great to have a go now trae conflict with the US Olympic to anybody else. Going never be one westerly will be a new a madman. It can take. You can Bloomberg daybreak Europe on Bloomberg radio. Good morning from London. I'm Anna Edwards. Good morning from the German capital of Berlin. I'm Matt Miller. You're listening to daybreak Europe on London D A B digital radio is Monday morning, Matt as we know this market near in Europe is trading down by six tenths of one percent. The stock six hundred fifty one hundred down by half a percent. The countdown seven tenths of a percent and the Xetra Dax down six tenths of a percent soft to make headway when US futures have been decidedly negative all the way through the latter part of the Asian session and through into the European session. Say US futures pointing down by between seven tenths of a percent and one percent for the major indexes. The Asian session was way down by trade data out of China. So it down by half a percent on the Asia Pacific in particular. The Hong Kong market coming up worse with losses of one point four percents. The trade data out of China exports and imports both coming in worse than had been expected. And that's used to be weighing on sentiment last week. We were finding the silver linings trade looking for news flow surrounding the China. You. US delegations and the conversations they're Basset of wait a little bit longer for that. And in the meantime, the Australian dollar other proxies for Chinese trade. Get a little bit weaker those years down by three tenths of one percents this morning. The UN was gaining though, I should say because Goldman Sachs increased that target there. This week we focus on Bank earnings, the shutdown lingering in the United States. And of course, Brexit with that in mind, let's check on the currency markets. The pound is down by one tenth of a percent this one twenty eight twenty nine as we wait for that vote in the house of Commons tomorrow evening at the dollar in general is a little bit weaker down by one tenth of a percent. Which is interesting when you see this way scoff picture in equities not being reflected all that decidedly in dollar buying and that had previously sent me at the end of two thousand eighteen that was a bit of a theme wasn't as Matt. That's the markets this morning. Well, let's bring in right now. Jimmy Conway EMEA head of equity trading at CitiGroup. Global markets joins us now from London studios with us on television earlier as well. Jimmy, thanks for sticking. Around. Let me ask first of all what you make of the slumps that we're seeing today, especially after the great rallies that we've had so far to kick off two thousand nineteen was that it was just a bit of a dead cat bounce. I worry that it might have been actually I think twenty nine thousand could be one of those curious years where we have a lot of volatility. We're here in January twenty twenty talk about markets have pretty much the same level. If you look at global trade, if you look at earnings revisions, I mean, we've had the sharpest down with trend in global earnings revisions inaugural earnings visions index in a decade since two thousand and nine so so so that tells you that you know, there is a lot of trouble out there. And the only thing we're really kind clinging onto the fact that they might not be a recession and the fed might be back in the game. So it doesn't come as any surprise after what looks to have been when you look at the names that have led us higher. But of a short squeeze that were posing for breakfast one. Yeah. I wonder though, we talked about Jimmy that move to downgrade that we've seen from many analysts sort of across the across the, of course, the sector picture across the spectrum. And you do wonder though, how much of that was foreseen already buy stocks. How much? The Ford mechanism discounting mechanism that stocks are how much they already priced that in at the end of last year. Yeah. I mean, we're we're going to get a good feel for that. Today. You know, we've we've got this little Bank earnings this week. And that was the sector that we knew was all was a darling. If you like a two thousand seventeen was heavily over owned and took a lot of pain in in in December. But nevertheless, when you seeing volatility going up liquidity coming down, that's not just second remarkable qualities global Bank Central global central Bank liquidity. And you've got a bit of a question Mark as to whether or not there's any real growth left, and, you know, particularly in the S and P that people are still long. I'm not not convinced that the risk. Yes. It may be priced. But the risk reward always needs to be that you buy the stock with view of positive earnings. If it's fairly priced involves going up then set to go. When you look across. Europe. And this is our mlive question of the day. You start to see. Problem starting to pop up again, I'm thinking, especially of Greece. But obviously, the Brexit situation is pretty bad. No matter how it turns out, and you've always got the ongoing drama of Italy rising populist leaders, which are the which you think the places that are gonna get hit hardest because of this deepening European issue. So the two pockets that people point to straight away or obviously the risk free rates have burns and then European banks. And they are the two different sides of effectively the same coin, and they have already taken it both barrels if you like in two thousand eighteen you know, the the recessionary political risks so already priced so we need to see. The kind of abyss open up, and we need to see this kind of European will your will European projects. These elections all these questions that she needs to to become manifest. They need to start striking markets for us to go any lower. However, the problem that investors have and this is why we're not seeing any inflows into Europe is that until you've got answers on those the market has reflected the existing risk, but not the future risk. And so we're sort of pinned and you see that very much in European Bank performance. The last six months, you know, we've had a big selloff, but we've struggled to bounce. So we've managed to pricey base of political risks. Well, it used to just in banks and in what about other risks that are out there? I'm thinking particularly around credit. We talked earlier on today. Jimmy on Bloomberg TV about how there could be an accident succumb in credit markets is that something that's gonna be confined to junk debt in the US as rates have been going higher. Not something that's going to be further further along the credit curve and other geographies as well. Yes, I think in let's break it down into two segments of the fundamental risks of is this company going concern can afford to take credit risk.

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"jimmy conway" Discussed on The Moment with Brian Koppelman

The Moment with Brian Koppelman

04:33 min | 3 years ago

"jimmy conway" Discussed on The Moment with Brian Koppelman

"It's a fixed place, it's a tight squeeze a bar counter. If the barstools fixed is often really at the wedge myself in there between the bar. The counter tables are better, but tables, if the chairs are narrow they have arms sometimes other difficult to and so so when I'm looking when I'm doing this little skin, I'm trying to figure out like Terminator like trying to figure out where's my target for this place. And so the other thing I do is. When I do that. I get there really early has. So I always almost always meet somebody. I'm the first one Jimmy Conway and in in the goodfellas. Yes, getting early you're back to the to the wall right at so I there early so that I can go through all this sort of setup without have no like embarrass myself in front of this other person because it's still even as recently as before you wrote the book would cause you you're someone who have read a lot of your writing, you notice everything you're a real writer real writers. I so you notice people looking at you. Oh, absolutely. Always have always noticed that you've always noticed it and one of the things I think about this book mean out now is that, you know, if it does well and people get to know us, and certainly in Charlotte, where I live here Bobby watching every meal, I have from now on, you know, and and so, and that's that's actually I don't mind that, you know, it's it's, but it's something that I have to. Be aware of as kind of out in the world. And. Always. Imagine that if you go into any restaurant at four hundred pounds. Sure and order the fried chicken platter. You know, people are looking at absolutely no question and other people come up to me and like strangers come up to the heart. Still remember we were a wife and in in the mountains one day, a guy just keep up to her table and said you need to you know, you shouldn't eat stuff like that you lose weight. I mean, I can remember I remember this one thing when I used to do stand up. I would say that I was standing somewhere eating an ice cream cone. I knew that that I was in no wonder, but at least I hadn't quite become a how could he? That was the line between to know wondering. How could he? Well, you know, it's funny comedy shows things like that. I never want to be the person that gets pointed out in the audience. You know, I never the great, Don Rickles thing. Which is if you see a fact I in the front row make fun of his tie a love you forever. Oh, that's I would've really brilliant idea. Yes. Yes. Never like a try to never self in that situation where I could be sort of pointed out in mocked. I'm using the word fat because he uses it, really. And I use it freely about myself. And so if other people would like us sales for themselves or for other people that's fine with the fat guy. Right. And I consider myself that too. So that's just the truth dome. I'm working very hard at it now too. Because I had this notion the other day, and I had this thought the other day that it's probably been. Twenty five years since I even had any sense. Unlike you, I've had moments of being under two hundred pounds under one hundred eighty pounds, and it's been so long since I knew what it was like to be able to run up down a basketball court right to actually live as somebody in in good shape. And it's still within reach for me with a dedicated six months of living really that I feel like I can choose then not to be that. But I just want wanna know what it's like to fly again is a way to say it right to have that that sort of that feeling. And again, you know, I don't I don't mean to be comparing myself to you. I I know that I'm at six feet to twenty five minute different place. Everybody has their own but for move. But for me, it's. I went to play basketball with my son is twenty three and plays every day and his buddy. And I haven't been playing a lot lately in like, you lifelong basketball fanatic, and you know, I couldn't play defense really at all. Now is guys listening to play my whole life might say common..

basketball Bobby Jimmy Conway Don Rickles writer goodfellas Charlotte one hundred eighty pounds four hundred pounds twenty five minute two hundred pounds Twenty five years six months six feet one day