18 Burst results for "Joey Ramone"
"joey ramone" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"So, add on top of all of this. The fact that he was a bit awkward, he's a lanky tall kid. Frequently, bullied and I'm sure in high school he was just fucking weird looking like weirder than adult Joey Ramone. Accurate just. Yeah. Mix that all together. You're going to end up with a real loner on your hands some Magin that thing going through puberty. He found solace in music especially, the beach boys the WHO and the Beatles. After seeing them performance Ed Sullivan, he was inspired to play the drums. So we got himself a rented. Hi Hat. So he could play along to his favorite tunes. Slowly he put together drums set and he would later even take guitar. It's so crazy to think like how many episodes we've done now where we have said so and so saw the Beatles on Ed Sullivan. Everyone saw the Beatles on Edsall just think of all of the incredible legendary musicians that were watching that particular TV show at that particular time in their head in their head they were like, yeah i WanNa do this. Yeah. All at the same time. Same Day. Same time. Seem years seem everything yeah. All at the same time. I feel like that's just never going to be a thing to happen again. No never at the Internet now like that. Now win we have my space and TIC TAC. Mostly took tons now. Twenty years from now it's giving they saw this tick tock video and they were like I could do this. I can create five seconds of content at a time and become millionaires. Wacky isn't it a top of everything else though Joey suffered from mental issues throughout his teens he acted strangely developing almost ritualistic behaviors at night with climbing in and out of bed and taking food out of the fridge. Hung around the age of eighteen, he pulled a knife on his mother when she asked him, what's going on with you? I'M GONNA fucking kill you. That's what's going on with me. That answers the question. The question, but it's a question question. In wasn't long after that he checked himself into Saint Vincent. And spent a month having doctors, check him out and eventually telling his mother you know he's never gonna live a normal life. He's never gonna be able to live on his own..
"joey ramone" Discussed on X96
"This day but Joey Ramone who was interestingly enough in a band took in it was a coincidence that he joined a band called the Ramones he said Hey you guys have the same name for your band is my name and so you know I think I think you're making that up bill fan so he joined the Ramones and anyway Joey Ramone who's apparently to all to all who knew him a very sweet person died on this day and two thousand one I believe so one of the answers yeah somebody cancer so Gina did her little video tour of her her reading room it's radio from hell cribs yeah that's what we're doing down IBM I watch most of it first I found it I found it pretty interesting that you you felt you could show a a topless woman a woman without a brassiere with that I mean just naked from the waist up you could show that on your video and yet I was getting crap from you about this the little video of Amy saying the F. word tell my that topless woman you're talking about it's a statue yeah it looks real I saw it there are no polls it's art it's a PCR Ole okay Marty make it in a piece of art okay you are David bill let's let's just as naked as could be I will I will not nor will I allow my children to look at those things you can turn your heads Brett in the chat room said he saw the nipples yeah yeah what I will promise that Katie I don't know where we've posted that I did a Facebook live on the radio from hell Facebook page but I don't know if we've put that anywhere else that people can see it on IBM website or I read the we did I think I tweeted it and I think I am and I also put it on the bill Allred fan page so that's that so I was the first go around in it just gave you a tour of my reading room which as I was doing it I'm like just it's lives so I couldn't stop it and started and I went back and watched it and I hope you do better than I did that's all I'm saying I was a Guinea pig for it so I don't know what it what now one thing was what was really apparent from watching it is she when you said the reading room now if I show my reading room what that'll be is a picture of my toilet yeah but but but your reading room what what it showed me and I've been in your home before I haven't been in all all the rooms but I've been there before and and you are not well you you don't live like most people if that means that your your home is absolutely put together with nothing out of place ever it's like there must be magical people who come out of the walls and whisked away any written anything that's not does not belong in its place if there's a there's no reason for her house to ever look that way you get something out and when you're finished with it you put it away would be sent for your house to find that out now I would point out now carries houses really pretty well put together to probably mainly because of his wife yeah but but most houses are more chaotic than they don't have to be a Gina I don't I don't I'm not saying that they don't have to be I'm saying that they are do you know how much more relaxing it is to be in a room that's not messy I like one of those people I like my stuff around me okay I can't relax if I'm looking at a pile of laundry or dishes in the sink so I do all of that and then I relax which is which which Gina if fine you say I do all of that and then I relax which is never well that's true the only time you relax is when you're on the show so I wish it would be different Ste I would like it to be different you know what you're saying it doesn't have to be if your house gets out of control then it's hard because you look around and go I think it's just all a mess and I don't even know where to start so I'm not even gonna try you pick things up as you go then it doesn't have to get out of here like that house hints Gina's household ID no you're right but but most people don't live that way you you live in you live in a catalog I haven't decided how to how to approach my video today I haven't decided yet might not be very granular you will only see small it's it's a little pieces well come on on your chaos no no no no no yeah I I I can't decide first of all if if I'm going to even go upstairs with it I'm just stay down well you carry your downstairs with your like I only did one broom I didn't walk all through my house but you you've got your toy room and then you've got your TV room I think people would want to see those two things I'm not gonna do even allow I'm not going to do a whole room I know exactly what I'm gonna do I'm gonna do my I can I can see it right now it's to cabinet it's full of depression it's got depression glass in it and it's got my Limoges China what I like in it and I'm going to do it took a tour of my my China and my depression glass and the and the bar that sits on top of it I'm just going to do that that little section and I maybe I'll show you a picture of my reading room wait what do you have like a shelf of books in there hi in one yeah in one of the bathrooms there's a plexiglass sleeve behind the toilet you know with a like a little little plexiglas it Smith said over the wall that holds reading material I thought oh we have that we have that they are clemenza hid the gun sorry no no no no it's in the we have the we have there in there that you know the big bat the big book of bathroom humor which you know your reader's digest in there to reader's digest yep and a couple Playboys that's what to know there were old I go gonna throw that one away because the pages keep falling out well my answers your out your toilet paper shortage that's not a problem exactly so but yeah I'm just going to do a you can do a tour of just microscopic granular things in your and you've got a good eye care you'll you'll figure it out you'll do it right well figure something I'm just not sure what time I'm gonna do it because we've got you know we're done at ten now we have a we got a meeting at ten thirty mmhm so I'm not sure what time I'll be doing it today the time help warm although because it's like you have to say I'm I'm doing it live so they can watch it so they can be ready to watch it live to sort of pick a time and do it must have time to do it between our when we meeting or you could do it at noon I'll say eleven about that okay eleven yeah I'll do the radio from hell Facebook page right course you could go later in the afternoon and look at it it won't be live but right and look at it the nice thing about the life thing is if you're watching the comments you can talk back to people while there okay all right and it and brass wants to no bill where you keep your hot plate that's all he wants is it's you know I have not had the the hot plate I had at the planned dome hotel ad that that burned out after planned dome and I left it there and left it at the plant okay okay we will take a break we'll be back a reasonable amount of news **** fights all of that on the way stand by Scott hill plumbing heating and air yeah you know these are uncertain times 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"joey ramone" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Gonna do something funny today and I'm like oh okay I mean you have no idea how much structure that's keeping too by the fact that we have to do a video a day Hey listen I'm one of the things is I have a crisis on my hands I have no idea where I've misplaced all my words because I was looking for weeks you people think you really looked good as a red hat all I did think I thought it was interesting spearmint because we had our video yesterday with you having Joey Ramone red wigs that happen to be in the hair box that I hadn't found mostly in but there were two redheaded babies it's kind of interesting how different hair cut I mean it brings out your eyes in a different way and Brian who works on the lovely show with Dan and said he thought you were truly a red hat he thought that was yes it looks really good that ABC net yeah I thought I did you have the right skin tone my mom is a red heads right name with their grandchildren little red little red little red and she does a real course now she's in you don't hear me getting along with every other person that but she's maintained a lovely she went through a period of time my hope so listening but she went through a period of time where the it was Woody Woodpecker read it might have been too broad for a lady my god right and then Susie the hairdresser who's been doing her now for like ten years he saw she dialed back that and started putting a little caramel highlights I think it's pretty big but Laurie have you ever thought of that I mean having red hair it's kind of well Gee I'll give it some thought because you've been sold platinum Blondie for so long it might be in your area that's buttery blonde one I am not paying for bleach hi I'm.
Lights, camera, Oscars: Meet the creators decolonizing Hollywood
"I'm Rosanna the dear child. Talking all about rewriting Hollywood's image of indigenous people from the inside and five indigenous. Writers Comics are doing just us that working on a brand new Sitcom for NBC. Called Rutherford falls unreserved producers. Tenant met up with them on the paramount studio lots in La just outside the writer's room where things can get a little silly job Tassell fulltime job. My name is Janisch meeting. I'M MITOCHONDRIA LAKOTA. And I'm a staff writer rather vol's my name's bobby. Wilson I'm secede secede Awan Awan Dakota and I think a little bit of White House staff writer Donahue. My name is Tania as Chavez. I am a citizen. If the Bishop how you tribe molly member one tribe relations are I am Navajo Pie in San Carlo Patchy achieve and I am the story editor on the jets. My name is Tyler Claire. I am Mohawk and mic-mac from from going to walk in Quebec and a staff writer on the show it's pretty great. AFC or analysis Hanish land nearby Cheektowaga Additionally my name is Sierra Teller Analysis I'm member of the Navajo Nation. I'm born of edgewater people in for the Mexican people and I'm also The Cook Creator of Rutherford Falls. I created the show with Ed Helms and Mike sure who both worked on the office in my created partner in Brooklyn I nine and the good place and so we've been working on this developing this idea for about a year and a half now. The show runner is really sort of like the boss. But they're also a conduit between in the producers and the other CO creators and the studio and the network and then also the writers so there's kind of jack-of-all-trades sort of shortstop position. I'm going to say that. This is the first native show runner in America and I would say this is the first TV show that has this many stuff writers and writers that Arnie if I could be wrong but I won't back down. Toss it would be my hype woman. The most basic question to start with what is referred falls. What is it about we such a hard time explaining what the show is? But it's awesome so like definitely spy side in there. I'm not it's all about the town of other falls which is this tiny town in upstate. New York that is adjacent to a native reservation and the town is sort of turned upside down own when there's talk of moving statue that commemorates the founder of the town. This Guy Lawrence Weatherford. And the last Rutherford to live in the town is this Guy Nathan in played by Ed Helms Nathan Rutherford and he just loses his mind over it. And because you sort of can't let go. It causes all these other dust ups in the town including his friendship. unshipped with Scroll Regan. Who is native American one of the things? I think that I love about Mike. Sure shows is that he sets out to really try to say something big in a super funny super assessable way talking about the bureaucracy of government with parks and REC or talking about like. What does it mean to be a good person with a good place and I were two picture shows? People be like what the hell are you talking new out but he has a way of sort of condensing and making it funny and making accessible way that I really enjoy and so I think we're talking a lot about like what are first stories. What does the American narrative? How does that American narrative affect all of us? And I think we've found a way to sort of make funny interesting version of that so for people who can't see where we are. Could you describe have a where we are. We're in a fort on an ancient Hollywood burial ground. There's a couple of Indians in there. I think Joey Ramone Well look at his heir where paramount pictures studio. So it actually is one of the oldest Hollywood studios you on point Bobby. This is the old blue studios which is on bay. Does your Anez and Lucille Ball. It's unoccupied territory and its content. It is one thousand percent haunted. We're surrounded by a lot of videos and so you get to walk past them on your way the office and like look in and see people making TV and movies. It's pretty wild everyday that I come here. I'm like holy. I can't believe this is my life. That's what I say. Every day we'll settle into the office very quickly very very quickly. Bobby put up artwork mark. We got rugs pillows. They got native real quick. Colonial settlers. We settled settled. It's actually one of the nicest writers rooms we've I've ever worked in. They usually look like these like really Friday sad dorms. It's preach ikya plants Manson furniture and blankets. It's nice so many gods so much I was a kid and I would go to my white friends houses they all have pantries ebbs and like French necks and lunch ables caprice and I didn't have that and so this kitchen I feel like is amazing. We are the rich kids now day one we were so like. Yeah if we'd have water beat the great shirts. Gosh I'd love to chat with you about how you work together. What is a day of work? Look like are you making each other laugh Just watched the movie black cloud. It's like that daddy issues. A lot of fights. There's one wall that we we can all punch his. I'm getting a lot of straight answers from the corner here. And it's a pretty traditional writer's room we blue sky and then we just go through and sit on a couch together and talk about the things that have happened in our lives. And that's what's look great but having so many native writers as I feel like being the only native right on a show and ask you a question you have to represent then everybody and what's so great here. I don't have the answer. There's a good chance one of the other writers we'll have it other native writers and that's so it's just so nice. There's such a weight off your shoulders. I was really amazed by how collaborative has been like. I thought we were going to be like Austin delegating. Some like random small space windowless room place. But we're actually like working together on couches is all day making jokes. It's phenomenal so what was the first day working together. Like I can't answer that because I feel like I have a moment. He's he's just a moment because this is the first time that I've had native colleagues in any workplace and it's so cool to come to work especially in TV and be around other native writers. When I had my first meeting with Sierra at Homs was in the room and her and I were just like talking points like she remembered he was there and she was like? Do you have anything that you say. And he was like no. He's this is amazing. And what's amazing is like we get to cut out Indian one on one and we just get to get on on with the humor and the stories and it's super cool. That's the most exciting thing for me that I know on the first day is that it was also the first time I think we've been the majority in any space. It like influences the vibe and the culture of the room for sure and it's just it feels really familial and it also also is I think influencing the storytelling quite a bit. It's it's pretty magical. And what about putting the writing team together were you part of that Sierra. So could you. Could you tell me about how you put a writing team together for this show. Sure I mean it's really just been like I sound like a Pollyanna but like a dream come true in a sense of like. I figured there'd be like one native writer later and have to fight for it and Mike was like. Oh no there should be like half. The room should be native but to two hundred between woman a white guy should be half and half and he just has such incredible influence so the three of us at Mike and I met with a bunch of different writers from all different backgrounds. And it was so cool that you're told all the time well there there aren't out there so it's GonNa be really hard and it really wasn't and it was just a really cool idea of like who are the funny native people that I know or discovering and then we put them all together with a bunch of other funny writers from different backgrounds and friends runs that I'd worked with before. It's a really exciting time because I feel like we're all getting to do something that is like genuinely funny genuinely interesting but also very much from a native have perspective and kind of juxtaposed that with a traditional white American perspective. I think we're going to have multiple native characters. There's like two main native characters on the show who have very the different views of just everything and I think there's something interesting about their scenes where native people are talking to people about whatever and not necessarily about housing native but sometimes and I think the exciting about getting to to write those
"joey ramone" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"The guitars go but the Ramones blitzkrieg bop band lead singer Joey Ramone struck up a friendship you talk about how we put you in touch with people in the York who helped launch your career I'm I'm curious though outside of all that what's it like to just hang out with Joey Ramone funny yes so it was so funny rest his soul he was really low key and I tend to you know when I spoke he would just stare at me over his wire framed pink or blue tinted glasses and I really felt like he was paying attention to what I was saying you know we also have plenty of conversations on the phone one side left New York before I moved back and it was he was really present is what I'll say he was very present I found it to be really sensitive and really really funny and more importantly thought I was funny always open always filled you think I'm funny you're my best friend yeah I guess yeah I guess so through some of the connections you make with Joey Ramone you end up working as an assistant to Paul Simon which leads to working in the music industry and I'm not gonna do this to the entire time any good Paul Simon stories yeah I mean I what's a good post admin stories but I think my favorite is one that I mentioned the memoirs of my Paul took my roommate Lorraine Kolar and I to Yankee Stadium for the first time and I don't know how many of you been have been to Yankee Stadium but I imagine that we all have the same response once we walk in I mean it's just huge and it's also legendary and I remember my eyes really wide open so we watch the game and that was great with Paul's running commentary and then you know it was also the first time in a limo he drops off me vitamins tears to play soccer and you guys are living in a tiny apart and what I mean you know New York City the three hundred sixty square foot studio with to loft beds and it's kind of grungy and there's no elevator there's no door man and the stairway is kind of feel for you we're like he comes let's fall we you know and and not eat and not a shred of making us feel self conscious whatsoever so it comes up stairs and we play Scrabble and I'm a really good Scrabble player and so I'm like yes and so he goes to play a word any plays the word faint now for those of you the place Scrabble you know that you can challenge your opponents in Scrabble if you are right here she loses their turn in the points at their turn and if your opponent is right you lose your turn so I was like Thane T. HA anything HM I was like what's a faint any is like with some I think it's like a lord from Shakespeare knows like I challenge you Merriam Webster and we look it up and I was like in retrospect you know what really your your check your challenging Ryman Simon guy that is one of the greatest songwriters of all time you're clearly he won that game so the whole time this is going on you're becoming deeply involved in hip hop and hip hop community start working with rappers we're we're we're gonna have to beat this on the radio but this is how you put it in the audio book as a petite Asian women I never had the luxury to simply lean in I had to kick down the mother the mother I had to kick down the gosh darn door there you go even if you do you really I did I want to play a song from around this time your life this is red man you might you might hear when you listen to this at home a few lines in Korean much free free getting career.
"joey ramone" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show
"Forgave you. It's legal acrobatics. That is often the case with the entertainment industry and the tech industry. That they try to like, but he make it. Oh, I didn't all it's not really our show while you're making it look like it's your show. So that's urine artist and used and he was speaking to these other now artists he was speaking to them. Like, hey, we're artists, you know. And that's an ex- such an extra. Fuck you. And I do have to say early on in our podcast in career was Keith was like reading this contract on air. I'm I was very trepidation. I was I was just like I don't know if this is the kind of shit that you're allowed to do. And then I was like this the thing that we have to do this is this is ridiculous. When I saw the contract, I couldn't even argue with Keith anymore. It was like, you know, like what what's happening with Louis. C K. You got you gotta tell the truth right bolt. Some point. Yeah. It was very nervous. A lot of things in the beginning happened where I was just so nervous through the whole thing. But just going like an anyone that signed with them where the shows or whereas my apology. You even be on his side the bit that that the gave a fuck for you. Now, it's twenty eight teen. Keep wants his apology. Check the mail. We're not checking our PO box. Heath Malley on his gravestone Keith Malley track of all of. That is very true. He's very good at that. It is funny though, as anybody ever heard the word pod show in the last like even ten years since you just set it no died so quickly it died so quickly or even changed the name. They change maybe talk about again, another one of these things where it's like entertainment business mixed with the with the compute the tech industry, and they all think they're saving the world. And they're to be artists and really they're just going to use the same legal ease to trick people out of owning their own material. So sad sure that they get all the money and the people who actually make because that's the thing. Everybody's oh. After all currently, and I hate this term. But I know everybody uses it, and it's nothing to do. But it's basically they say, oh, we need content creators, we need more content creators, it's not content. Content is something that you're packaging to sell something content is not it. This is a real thing. This is like that's why I said it's more much more like DIY punk rock stuff. And that same thing happened to that. Whole scene where like the record instruments home. Like, yeah, we're gonna do the twentieth. Ramones album yet. No one knows that wreck. Just totally destroyed. It and Joey Ramone dies sad penniless. And he's such an amazing human being granted his brothers or scrutiny..
"joey ramone" Discussed on X96
"I would point out that you overlooked Mason. Williams. Birthday Classical gas, could have, been? A, perfectly fine opening don't. Think I didn't think about it you missed Joe chambers birthday chamber brothers yeah. Time has come today all that would have been a good one It is. A quicksilver messenger service I saw that today That. Was a fine of banned under. Appreciated jazz rock band It's. An average white band birthday. Oh I couldn't play that. Too it's a Molly. Hatchet birthday it's? A. Mad disburse day it's an. Anthrax birthday, a madness birthday yeah, somebody in madness is murder madness birthday and it is also of course, the anniversary of Mark. David Chapman being sentenced. Twenty two to? Prison. I think for shooting John. Lennon oh, yeah today could have, done some John Lennon yeah You know it's also my husband's. Birthday We could have had. Him come, in and singles Egyptian song You're working I know How kate Wow because I'm sure he's. Not working he's one of those kind of people who take. At birth. He's work now I love it because now. For a brief period a three month period of time we're. The same age So I'm older than him, the rest of the year could, we go back to On this on this day yes in. Nineteen seventy nine the musical. Film rock and roll high school featuring the Ramones look I looked up the cast, here's the cast of rock and roll high school which if you have never. Seen never seen it really the movie is set in one thousand nine hundred eighty Vince Lombardi highschool keeps losing principals due to nervous. Breakdowns because of the students love of rock and roll. And their disregard for education And that's that's really all. The movie it sounds terrible it's great I'm not kidding it is truly a great movies it's really Israeli foes in it PJ PJ Randall yes Joey Ramone Johnny. Ramone DD Ramone Marky Ramone Vince. Van Patten Clint howard Now these two people are really. Cool people. They were they did a movie called, eating Raoul which. Is terrific Mary, Warnow oh funny strangely, sexy yes. And her husband Paul barks l. who was a, very funny guy dick Miller dick Miller as. Yeah you do if I showed you a. Picture of. Dick Miller you tell me a picture, of dick Miller You're looking at him up right, now and you'll go that guy dick Miller A million things but here O'Grady Sutton is. In it But but this one, is the, best I think. The real deal as screaming Steve Stevens It's, really, a, terrific I looked at the soundtrack. To rock and roll highschool Roger Corman produced yes And I had a couple of other choices that I was thinking about you know rather than doing the obvious I was going to, do, around. About what other songs were. On the Brownsville station doing smoking in. The boys room that Yep. Good. Chuck Berry. Doing school days I could have. Done that Todd Rundgren. The dream goes on forever actually Devaux comeback Joanie is. On the soundtrack. Kidding Yeah it's a it's a really interesting movie. Just for I mean it's. Basic. Concilium dumb but it's got lots of great music and it's got and. Joey Ramone, is a central I mean he's he's in the whole movie as a like the band plays but he's doing other stuff in the movie he's not, I, can't. Say he's acting walking through. The scenes of the movie and it's. Kind of fun to see him, do it. He's available in the movie yeah Rock. And roll vice school all. Right Others a character, in played by Lynn Farrell named. Angel dust All right so Rahkamo highschool the Ramones So let's have a start to the show after we take. A little break, here.
"joey ramone" Discussed on Last Podcast on the Left
"I was researching raspy team rescue gene i'm thinking yes it's vegetable soup made with just your hands in its own guy your body but i was just looking at pictures 'cause i like just kind of getting context of all the different people like looking at pictures of rasputin wife and all the other people see just what type of like peasant body they have and there was one picture of respite in with sunglasses on an cigarette hanging out of his mouth like in mid stride walking down the street i like this motherfucker slick like good use what he looked like a wet dog trigger you seem like these good puts on the sunglasses he for the day with his dick slap him in the niece absolute he's a real joey ramone that's my definition of cool well all right welcome to the last podcast of the left everyone i am ben kissel with markaz park zoo and we got henry in holly would that's all i do holly weird is what we're calling has just a little bit off center yeah i was in hollywood florida this past weekend and you know no one goes there to achieve their dreams everyone i spoke to was like so i'm twice to forced i cut back cigarettes so i'm down to three packs a day but it was the best it was i love those folks it's a lot of people living in housing developments like hollywood florida's where you go when you have in your dreams and your long to be closer to the clouds of heaven god pays special attention for the people there is waiting to pluck them up and you imagine if someone went there to achieve their acting dreams though like he's weird.
"joey ramone" Discussed on Thunder Radio
"Rick one of the classics we were growing up rick james star of punk funk or he cannot rush into it steve jobs died his fifties dennis johnson better known as dj remember him in boston no he's not grace kelly died in her fifties let's see well we just heard is to mayfield you remember him stage fell only kill him it crippled him and then he died i remember that the line remember those days yes fell on him and put him in a wheelchair for years and then he died maybe it wasn't tied today how about this thomas just throw a name same age villain derek no no no he got crippled complications that it is people at one end in their fifties right bernie mac tug mcgraw mcgraw you know tm today it who's a major league pitcher steve mcqueen some more here's steve maguire days in a row on the show you remember darryl pitch for the roles eighty rabbit downey ramon there for you this is johnny so i know joy joy might not have been said along with vocalist jeffrey aka joey ramone.
"joey ramone" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE
"But she said two mcdonald's commonly known boise normal banking when afraid i'll mention what she wanted thumped shell was for you make the fingernails three got of fear brown wait wait would make this one rainsy jason loved night the steeple emec payment nickel it was built by you no the cold weather union rail to know one there were hampered by man go was it would be home no one you do unto if you're not alone he could have done michelle ma forecast of you by the beginning the core in the co may decrease my will not with them what thrown back your mother while he won't be you'll throw big hauge presided we're looking they've never wanted horrible in uganda started spread by the whole twenty one of your teeth with radical opponents on the inside the body with skin it was the attack was robert have invaded vietnam went beyond we will not go credits rapidly unlock the eye double jeopardy he's making several there well this one i come on johnson joey ramone was his what are they up the oxford miller i was to be it has been plagued left has been open about that went on what a guy like nobody else as the feces that dr mugraby's with john lewis feud uh this is your moment us without the finale now we level what is it could it pulled up the move i have no god was was where they always you spray.
"joey ramone" Discussed on Fresh Air
"Her style her laughter her passion and talking endlessly with me about trash chief annemarie you're part of my brain we have a mind meld is we book guests together i was so miss then her ability to start an office by conversation by talking across the cubicle fighters your amazing obscure pop culture knowledge i discovered so many cool tv shows because her laugh when ameri a screening movies for interviews at her computer with her headphones on an laughs loudly it makes all of us laugh the way she brings a party to the cubicle but we've also had some genuine tears to comparing notes on tv and move the guilty pleasures with one of the smartest and funniest people ever known in sharing candy bars ameri and i will sometimes out into song only bad hits from the 80s and the 90s and i can't sing at all so it's bad and i will miss teasing her about her twin love for ricky martin when he was in the newdow the basically i just can't believe that she won't be here in mark so those are some thoughts from emory's fresh air family and speaking of family it's been such a joy to see the family she's created i watched her get married we cheered her on during her pregnancy she had her baby than another baby and now those babies are lovely young girls so now that injury is moving onto jordan clapper shah i just wanna say to clapper and his team you may not yet know quite how lucky you are to have an marie the trust me you will but annemarie you will always be part of the fresh air family.
"joey ramone" Discussed on Fresh Air
"For twenty of our thirty years annemarie bernardo has worked on our show first as an intern than associate producer and for the past bunch of years she's produced interviews with film and tv people and now instead of doing shows about television she's going to help make a tv show she's moving to comedy central to be the talent producer for the new show of political satire called the opposition hosted by former daily show correspondent jordan clapper we are really excited for her but were crying on the inside because we're going to miss her so much i'm going to miss as she seemed to watch everything and spotted the best new talent in tv movies web series and doggedly pursued in the nicest way guess we wanted on the show we have similar taste but sometimes she'd say things like i cried at the end of that film per you're gonna hate it and she was usually write about most things i'm going to miss talking with her about movies and talking with her about everything i could go on but i wanna leave room for everyone else on our show to each give one of the reasons though miss emery her enthusiasm for eating breakfast lunch free food during the pledge drive and the giant makeshift bits she drapes over herself says she doesn't mess up her fabulous outfit too many things to count but especially going to comedy shows and thumbs screenings together and watching all the award shows that our house we're still doing that rate why are you making me choose fine one one of the things on this is hanging out with their during the fried in meetings and filling out the booking schedule like it's a combination of so doku and across were puzzle.
"joey ramone" Discussed on Fresh Air
"Divine recorded in 1988 two weeks after we recorded our interview he died of an enlarged heart he was forty two we've spent this past week playing interviews from the first two years of our show if you missed any of our thirtieth anniversary retrospective the entire retrospective is on our podcast after we take a short break we're going to check in with her contributor matt johnson who lives in houston this is fresh air support for this podcast and the following message comes from swell investing in impact investing platform that aims to deliver profit as well as purpose swell identifies highgrowth potential companies that are working to solve today's biggest challenges light clean water disease eradication and renewable energy now people came invest in portfolios of stocks that aligned with your values this is impacted best it's also good business invest in progress at swell investing dot com this is fresh air we're going to end the week by checking in with our contributor matt johnson who lives in a new subdivision in metropolitan houston he just moved into his home last december we caught him to see how is doing and were relieved to find he's one of the very lucky ones his home where he lives with his wife and children was not flooded but he had been worried about his mother who lives nearby in a senior independent living facility that wasn't flooded either but she has m ass and mild dementia and needs a caregiver and her caregiver couldn't get to the facility mad couldn't reach any one at the facility by phone so he was determined to drive there and bring his mother to his home and although his home wasn't flooded the roads around him were carved robbing crew point better quarter but to woerner's recruiter report every other day.
"joey ramone" Discussed on Fresh Air
"Well very kind of avantgarde theatrical type of into a theatrical kind of juvenile delinquency as opposed to being like the real hoods how did the tough guys in the school treat you the people who really worthy hoods uh i wasn't blazed away from me every day to beat me up after school to appoint roe was quite black and blue and afraid to say anything because they had threatened my life and um it was very bad and funny one day i had to go for physical to the doctor and when i just disrobed by means of there was quite obvious that something terrible was happening to me and uh funny i broke down after a lot of questioning and told him of the problem was and um they call my parents than when they saw i look like they were quite hysterical and uh we have the police said the the school and the kids were expelled and uh it was quite unlikely situation which made me even more unpopular with with their friends in the other people you know but then i think finally gets it in my senior year was more or less right it wasn't so bad after divine is my asked i'm just gonna ask you one question about the famous sapping flamingos seen in which the movie ends just one question about it and then you have to eat a fresh dog tired and a new in part john warders have both said that you did it to kind of get attention and and and the film really did i mean you a real up upcoming people drawn kind when he said we're gonna would you do there's no sure uh who who thought i thought it was kidding me symbolism do you want to be famous or they wanted to be completely forgotten about he says it's going to do either one of the other four you're gonna make you were forget usage or yunam ago go down in movie history forever anyway no matter what you do.
"joey ramone" Discussed on Fresh Air
"Devine was frequently referred to as a three hundred pound drag queen but devine said he thought of himself as a character actor until his death in 1988 he was an every one of john waters movies but when we spoke he'd been trying to broaden his career and was doing films by other people in male and female roles it was warders 19th 72 movie pink flamingo is that made the vine famous if you've seen the film or the publicity stills then you'll remember the image of devine's acute frame covered in a skintight lowcut gown devine's character wins the title the filthiest personal live in that film i spoke with divine and february 1988 just after the release of orders movie hairspray two weeks later divine died of an enlarged heart he was forty two in hairspray divine played dual roles the housewife and mother edna turnblad and arvin hajj pile the racist president of the tv station when we spoke we started with a scene in which divine as edna turnblad is taking her daughter tracy to mr pinkie hefty hideaway house of fashion for the ample woman to pick out some new clothes for a tv dan show mr pinkie entrees is a business manager edna turnblad well it's a pleasure to meet the bulk of your hair we cater to the big bone gals like yourself who are stylish and at the same time frustrated by the lack of sizes in the department stores today i saw you on tv i want you to be my model would would she be paid one film out you start tomorrow i hope there is no diets in the works because i wanted design your miss auto show coronation gown myself could could you throw in a pair of complimentary petty pants in the deal you drive a hard bargain miss edna and rightfully so perte parents patty girdle you just let tracy take or pick it's a deal thank you mr i'm going to make you us.
"joey ramone" Discussed on Fresh Air
"And what happened then as the kids to do the aren't here bench became hippies and that ones with the ts dare got married and became probably very middle class like a hair half eddie me i need your hair is really cool how do you get your here to straighten social lacked i play my bongo's this no dead end and i are my d bitter getgo in no the coast it's clear let's do some reefer we'll get high and i'll ironed cheeks hannay prefer for hugs local when i'm high i am own dead in the movie you cohen was really large here here hoppers is at the bottom of the baltimore expressed great experience men can be hair hoppers too all hair hopper gives them greece back in the continental look it was call sport comes with a belt in the back and pointing toast shoes and and that look a hair hopper basically is someone the grew up without a lot of money suddenly get some spends it wrongly thinks they have style and don't did you hear israel hairspray in the movie in opening scene everybody's explaining that his real hair of reuters yeah we used roughly sixty cases of hairspray movie and uh because there's 1100 extras and when you when you worked on this movie had to goes like going into the fashion army the boys had to grow one trailer get the haircut then go to the next thing and get the hair slicked back the girls had to go and get it teased we had like chris mason who did all the harder than we had backups people that would tease it than she'd come in in style at you had to go through an assembly lines.
"joey ramone" Discussed on Fresh Air
"Well obvious that had nostalgia about this movie this is a memory movie i'm sick of sixty from sounds i've been the clubs new york wherever it's just like the film or eastern i thought i hated that then tried to go through another time hopefully even though not tied i again one of the big story lines in hairspray is about the integration of this dan show right and uh uh because it's a wide only show it's at they have negro day once a month which they did that that's not exaggerate digital's uh in the show you adjust more yes and um they had among other shows too and basically i felt the to ignore that fact would have been really an authentic on i was up the correct word but uh if hollywood have made this movie they would had blacks on the show and just ignored the fact that none of the shows bandstand and have black longer either none of them did them and basically the problem was the all the music was black all the dancing came from blacks black singers were on the show all the time is entertainers but the couldn't dance and it was because the kids didn't want to their parents didn't want it one of the things that really left in the movies it to roost in salt one girl can say about another is she's a whore while they used in when i went to high school they always use to send if in fact girls a extent accepted that girls who yeah and you know the girls that they said that about never were of course how did he goes on my high school were really who are its idaho i mean ever charging money there were too many uh but they never even slipping by but if you got the reputation as a whore it last and they always used to say that withdrawal that girl she's a horror was always at least when i went to junior high that was a very big insult did you overs wanna to know like what the real story was behind the irish hung around with a ones and they thought with hordes actual.
"joey ramone" Discussed on Fresh Air
"Well we we got tech punk rock we always consider ourselves rock and roll your own and um to me that like my feelings about the term punk punk is like an attitude and like some people are punks and some people aren't you know and it's it's really a state of being the term punk i mean it elvis presley was upon jim morrison was oppong gum iggy pop is a pound geno mick jagger so if you're going to us if you're gonna call us ponca i mean no i'm not gonna mind than in i think john f kennedy was appalled geno when you first started singing sounds like teenage lobotomy i i think you are no longer a teenager probably nearly 20s when that came out and uh i i guess i was curious about uh singing and writing so many songs with teenage type lyrics yet not really being entertains any longer will soul stood online is no i don't get old the photo wasn't going to get all lem stool so i'm sure you're a great fan of phil spector's music he produced an album for you what did you think of what he did with your music all i really enjoy work with phil i mean fills fills a genius and fills got his ilyas which i think all on talented people have to some degree either fill probably as few more than most but um and it was it was very exciting i mean it was sort of an honor and a lot of ways he came out of retirement to work with us he he felt it was an important to him.