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"joe jetson" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:27 min | 2 years ago

"joe jetson" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Did not want to become a football player. No interest in the game at all. Here's a timid kid kind of kid who in baseball causes is when he was up at bat. He was so scared of getting hit by the ball high school. You know, your personality stood for grabs Gary school. There's not one person but to people with a very different vision of who he was. They were assistant high school football coaches and very noticeable big personalities and they were twins. And I don't really know their name I'd seen them around. They were super handsome and in great shape. I mean, they were ripped and they would wear gold's gym tank tops and jams. The shorts these Hawaiian shorts by those, and they had really long hair, and they were, they were very charming, charismatic funny, and they were known as the Jetsons which was this, the self proclaimed nickname. Think they called themselves, the Jetsons effort to themselves because the Jetsons was people from the future, and they felt that they were like that. They would definitely the first people I ever noticed who referred to themselves, and that is that the third person, the Jetsons, are coming to get you the Jetsons will see you the Jetsons. They would they would say, Johnny Jetson will be with you today. Joe Jetson tomorrow, magical figures. And he's magical figures assistant football coaches. They gave Gary his own nickname in of junior year. It was not a glittery namely the Jetsons kind of the opposite actually waste. They call him as in waste of talent tallit Goldman to playing football. Told him that football will get him a college scholarship. Get him girls. This is the newspaper would write about him. They want him on the team so badly. Because Gary with a giant compared to most of the kids playing football back then this is the Peabody Massachussetts bus and several near Salem in the late eighties. Most high school players back, then we're five nine five ten Gary was six six two hundred pounds. And he was leading, but basketball and his high school team. This is scolded him for his complete lack of aggression, and for crying what he really loved doing. Art projects going to the arts and craft store reading, get an enormous stuffed animal collection in his room, even in high school. Pretty depressed at the time. Carries a comedian today, Gary Coleman stage when he tries to describe what he was like, as a kid, I talk about being Charlie Brown. I say picture my childhood, Charlie Brown. If Snoopy had died. That was my. That was my childhood, I felt so sorry for him. Like the whole point of his character is that he sat in only even that wasn't lonely enough. You have to kill off his dog. Yes. So the jets started telling him that they were going to make him into a star he laughed it off. He liked the attention from the Jetsons. Sure. But he did not consider this seriously at all. Football seemed brutal, just nonstop violent physical contact. He did not think he cut it guys who played football. They were so tough. Gary on the other hand, he got picked on. He got bullied, he was bullied out of literally ball, no way. And then his junior ended and just a couple of days in December break, it was June.

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"joe jetson" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:36 min | 2 years ago

"joe jetson" Discussed on KQED Radio

"E San Francisco, and cake, QE. I north highlands, Sacramento the time now nine PM, Gary did not want to become a football player. No interest in the game at all. Here's a timid kid kind of kid who in baseball of causes is when he was up at bat. He was so scared of getting hit by the ball. When you're in high school, you know, your personality is still up for grabs Gary school. There's not one person but to people with a very different vision of who he was. They were assistant high school football coaches and very noticeable big personalities and they were twins. And I don't really know their name I'd seen them around. They were super handsome and in great shape. I mean, they were ripped and they would wear gold's gym tank tops and jams the shorts these Hawaiian shorts through by those, and they had really long hair, and they were they were very charming, charismatic funny, and they were known as the Jetsons which was this, the self proclaimed nickname, I think they call themselves the Jetsons effort to themselves because the Jetsons was Jubal from the future, and they felt that they were like that. They would definitely the first people I ever noticed who referred to themselves in that is that the third person the Jetsons. Are coming to get you the Jetsons. We'll see you the Jetsons. That's what they would they would say, Johnny Jetson will be with you today. Joe Jetson be with you tomorrow. There's like magical figures. And these figures, these assistant football coaches, they gave Gary his own nickname, and fall junior year. It was not a glittery name like the Jetsons kind of the opposite actually waste. They call him as in waste of talent to like golden to playing football with they told him the football will get him a college scholarship get him girls. This is the newspaper would write about him. They want him on the team so badly because Gary was a giant compared to most of the kids playing football back then this is in Peabody, Massachusetts. Boston suburb near Salem in the late eighties. Most high school players back then were five nine five ten Gerry was six six two hundred pounds and it was leading the basketball and his high school team. This is scolded him for his complete lack of aggression, and for crying what he really loved doing. Art projects going to the arts and craft store reading he gets an enormous stuffed animal collection in his room, even in high school. That's a pretty depressed at the time. Carries a comedian today, Gary Coleman stage when he tries to describe what he was like, as a kid, I talk about being Charlie Brown. I say picture my childhood, Charlie Brown. If Snoopy had died. That was my. That was my childhood. I felt so sorry for him. I. Like the whole point of his character is that he sat in only even that wasn't lonely enough, you have to kill off his God. Yes, soon, the jets instead started telling him that they were going to make him into a star. He laughed it off. He liked the attention from the Jetsons shore, but he did not consider this seriously at all. Football seemed brutal, just nonstop violent physical contact. He did not think he cut it guys who played football. They were so tough. Gary on the other hand, he got picked on. He got bullied, he was bullied out of literally. So football no way. And then his junior year ended and just a couple of days into summer break. It was June six.

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"joe jetson" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:39 min | 2 years ago

"joe jetson" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The Greenspace. This is WNYC FM HD and AM, New York. did not want to become a football player. No interest in the game at all. Here's a timid kid kind of kid who in baseball of causes is when he was up at bat. He was scared of getting hit by the ball. But when you're in high school, you know, your personality still up for grabs and Gary school. There's not one person but to people with a very different vision of who he was. They were assistant high school football coaches and very noticeable big personalities and they were twins. And I don't really know their name I'd seen them around. There were super handsome and in great shape. I mean, they were ripped and they would wear gold's gym tank tops and jams. The short these Hawaiian shorts through those, and they had really long hair, and they were, they were very charming, charismatic funny, and they were known as the Jetsons which was this, the self proclaimed nickname. I think they called themselves, the Jetsons effort to themselves because the Jetsons was people from the future, and they felt that they were like that. They would definitely the first people I ever noticed who referred to themselves, and that is that the third person. Yeah. The Jetsons are coming to get you the Jetsons will see you the Jetsons. That's what they, sometimes they would they would say, Johnny Jetson will be with you today. Joe Jetson who'd be with you tomorrow. There's like magical figures. And these magical figures these assistant football coaches, they gave Gary his own nickname, and fall of junior year. It was not a glittery namely the Jetsons kind of the opposite actually waste. They caught him as in waste of talent tallit Godin to playing football. The football will get him a college scholarship. It'd get him girls. This is the newspaper would write about him. They went on on the team so badly because Gary was a giant compared to most of the kids playing football back then this is impunity Massachusetts Boston suburb near Salem in the late eighties. Most high school players back then with five nine five ten Gary was six six two hundred pounds newsletter. Play basketball on his high school team. This is scolded him for his complete lack of aggression, and for crying, what he really loved doing was art projects going to the arts and craft store reading he gets an enormous stuffed animal collection in his room, even in high school. That's a pretty depressed at the time. Carries a comedian today, Gary Coleman stage when he tries to describe what he was like, as a kid, I talk about being Charlie Brown. I say picture my childhood, Charlie Brown. If Snoopy had died. That was that was my that was my childhood. I felt so sorry for him. I like the whole point of his character. Is that he sat only even that wasn't lowly enough? You have to kill off his. Yes. So in the debt and started telling him that they were going to make him into a star. He laughed it off. He liked the attention from the Jetsons shore, but he did not consider this seriously at all. Football seemed brutal, just nonstop violent physical contact. He did not think he cut it guys who played football. They were so tough. Gary on the other hand, he got picked on. He got bullied he was bullied out of little league. So football no way. And then his junior ended and just a couple of days in December break, it was.

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"joe jetson" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:27 min | 2 years ago

"joe jetson" Discussed on KCRW

"Gary did not want to become a football player. No interest in the game at all. Here's a timid kid kind of kid who in baseball would cause his is when he was up at bat. He was so scared of getting hit by the ball. But when you're in high school, you know, your personality is still up for grabs and Gary school. There's not one person but to people with a very different vision of who he was. They were assistant high school football coaches and very noticeable big personalities and they were twins. And I don't really know their name I'd seen them around. They were super handsome. And in great shape. I mean, they were ripped and they would wear gold's gym tank tops and jams. The shorts these Hawaiian shorts by those, and they had really long hair, and they were, they were very charming, charismatic funny, and they were known as the Jetsons which was this, the self proclaimed nickname, I think they called themselves the Jetsons offered to themselves because the Jetsons was visible from the future, and they felt that they were like that. They would definitely the first people I ever noticed who referred to themselves, and that is that the third person. Yeah. The jetsons. Are coming to get you the Jetsons. Will see you the Jetsons. That's what they, sometimes they would they would say, Johnny Jetson will be with you today. Joe Jetson who'd be with you tomorrow. There's like magical figures. And these magical figures these assistant football coaches, they gave Gary his own nickname in the fall of junior year. It was not a glittery name like the Jetsons kind of the opposite actually waste. They call him as in waste of talent to like golden to playing football. The told him the football will get him a college scholarship. It'd get him girls. This is the newspaper would write about him. They want on on the team so badly because Gary was a giant compared to most of the kids playing football back then this is in Peabody, Massachusetts. Boston suburb near Salem in the late eighties. Most high school players back then with five nine five ten Gary was six six. Two hundred pounds news athletic play basketball and his high school team. Those coaches scolded him for his complete lack of aggression, and for crying what he really loved doing was art projects going to the arts and craft store reading he gets an enormous stuffed animal collection in his room, even in high school. That's a pretty depressed at the time. Carries a comedian today, Gary Coleman stage when he tries to describe what he was like, as a kid, I talk about being Charlie Brown. I say picture my childhood, Charlie Brown. If Snoopy had died. That, that was my that was my childhood, I felt so sorry for him is. Like the whole point of his character is that he sat in only even that wasn't lonely. Enough, you have to kill off his, yes, soon, the Jetsons started telling him that they were going to make him into a star. He laughed it off. He liked the attention from the Jetsons shore, but he did not consider this seriously at all. Football seemed brutal, just nonstop violent physical contact. He did not think he cut it guys who played football. They were so tough. Gary on the other hand, he got picked on. He got bullied, he was bullied out of literally. So football no way. And then his junior ended and just a couple of days into summer break. It was June.

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