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"johnny boy" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Keep it low Key B E wanted visit, So I got all the way you know. It's buddy. High five e sort of throw out invitations to come here all the time to people assuming no one would ever take me up on it. And then this guy writes me goes. Hey, love to come out and see Have a beer sometime. I said I'm always here, he said great. What's the address? And I thought Wow. So if you get I'm coming out, you think I'm glad I'm coming to clear them to visit my man, Jason. Be like Jaycee or Johnny Boy. You gotta have a nickname. Which one? I don't I don't My friends call me Michael. Are you kidding me? No, It's my really Johnny boy. All right, Johnny boy. Okay, let me say something. If I threw the boy at the end of your name, we'd be in a lot of trouble. But let me say this is well, if you come here, let me it makes me think this place is 300. And 61 square feet or 63 square feet. Okay. When you don't know someone all that well, and you're in a spot that so small, it's Awkward. I mean, it's weird because it's not like you can lean up against the kitchen counter and I can sit in the chair or you can sit the chair and I'm leaning up against something. It's like you're right on top of the person like going into their office and then Standing in their office for a long period of time. While someone is having a beer or something. It's it is the proximity of the other person to you, the less you know the individual. The North, more space you need around yourself is that all.
"johnny boy" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"And the next hour There are some of your fellow residents who are saying that they want you involved in a unity event tomorrow. They're making the offer to you. And your rocks are heavy metal husband, Johnny Boy. Oh, this has prospects of bringing all signs together. We're gonna have to tell me what time this is because I've got a something I've got to do it one o'clock, the unity event. I would love to do that more than happy to make all measures to make this happen because they think this could be the first step. And bringing people together as president elect Joe Biden has suggested has to take place once the votes of certified once the electoral college cast their votes. We'll be talking about that later, when there have been some electoral college voters who have Avoided following the rules and regulations, which is the thought that some Trumpers have And then obviously when the president of the United States has sworn in, whoever that is on January 20th of this coming year. Right now. The legal aspects of team Trump continue. I don't know if you had a chance to listen to Rudy Giuliani yesterday. He's on from 3 to 4 and then So nice. He does it twice from 9 to 10 here exclusively on WNBC, so he was sort of giving updates. Tidbits of updates. Bernard character, former police commissioner who is assisting him was on with the boys, Bernama gurcan Sit Rosenberg again. Little breadcrumbs, suggesting and what direction said they're going, But one thing that we can announce before we came on the air this state of the hour, the state of Arizona announced Although it has to certify the votes that Joe Biden has won the state of Arizona by 11,000 total votes. On. They've even commented on what was Sharpie Gate. If you remember initially America LPA County. There was some of the voters who said when we came to fill out ballots, you know so it could be put in the scanner. We were giving Sharpies and sharpies tent to bleed over, which is to Ru sharpies has a tendency sometimes to bleed over, but not always. And that this was called Sharpie Gate toe. Look at those ballots that were cast that put into the scanning machines. To determine if it went from, Let's say a boat for Biden and bled over to trump what went from Trump Photo bleed over for Biden. And I believe I don't know. This should be a fact. Brian Mann Gallucci. You're an expert on this. That the man most synonymous with sharpies, I think a former guest of Celebrity apprentice or one of the knockoffs. Terrell on once one of the greatest receivers in the history of the NFL, a whack job if there wasn't one, but a man who when he we catch a touchdown. Well, then pull a Sharpie out of his socks, signed the football and give it to somebody in the stance. This is true. Yeah, really? Yeah. Or he'll sign the camera lens, but he was an eagle. He was an eagle. Who's a 49 years of cowboy. Where is he now? Retired in the Hall of Fame. Yes. Am I might add. I actually saw him in the Super Bowl against the Patriots and Jacksonville. The guy had a broken late. Yeah, he brokers like six weeks. Prior came back to came back that week Festival week. And played fantastic wife even their lives lost when you played well, Yeah. I mean, I remember who he was. But why do I feel like he got into a lot of trouble was a jerk like he was known as a wacko. You just said there was a guy into trouble. He's just He's like a run Our test type. You know, he has them, You know? Yeah. All the screws are you fasten it tight in the fruit, but apparently He is. He is signing up for team Trump to investigate Sharpie Gay because he is considered the expert of all experts on shop Res. I don't know if this is going to go to a mandatory recount. They just announced the final tally. It might because the margin was so So small, like the other states where there are going to be recounts. Well, I don't think so. Because the secretary of state earlier I believe earlier today said that there's no provision in their statute that allows for a recount. If it's lesson falls out of the trigger of 200 votes. See, that's why I will have to be listening to Rudy did see if that's what they're going to petition a judge in the state of Arizona to do But there are so many other things, including the voting equipment that we discuss briefly yesterday the Dominion voting equipment, which has been used statewide throughout Georgia. So now we're going to get a sense if it's in total working order, as Georgia has begun the hand count of all five million ballots, including those that was scanned in the machine because They get a receipt. You know, your your ballot is really the receipt. They get to keep that and they think they can complete that five million ballots. Hand count. By midnight next Wednesday. Five million would lots. Just how many people do they have working? Is that the entire city Philadelphia sitting down it is I mean, my God possible. It is a humungous responsibility, but they've called it Georgia rather, and there are a number of other legal situations that team trump Led by our own Rudy Giuliani, beginning to push forward on S so let's open up off all minds are a number of listeners out there who think it's a slam dunk faded completely. It will be President Joe Biden, Others who are hoping that some of these legal remedies will work its way to the United States Supreme Court. And obviously, whatever it is, that's on your mind about this post election analysis that has all experts in conflict with one another 1 808 4 rate. W A. B C. That's 1 808 489222. Meantime, Aziz you had said a little bit earlier today before the show started. Rudy got a little bit of a win. Although I Highlight the word little down in Pennsylvania, with the appellate court, basically giving Trump the victory, not letting the vote tallies..
"johnny boy" Discussed on ROADIUM RADIO
"Do you know? Dick Extensions for God all day. Man I. got that. You just get a straw broom and just connect that. You get the goal I'm telling you good to go. To Fix biogra- two three. Key. We got you don't even trip down. One family. Got You. Yes, please please. You're right here. Is the shop for you guys that are watching hold it don't drop won't. Okay. This is whiskey so shit adopted. But Again He's drunk with us. And I. I saw long prosperous life brother definitely youtube as well. Okay so You're. Not going to be. So are you signing orders? Just artists half early on my list. So she has her own thing you know. Him, but. We were together like a family and but Raynham. She's a talented chick she's on the project was well. My son's. They had their own mind. You don't say dad's got the back and my homeboys that that grew up with me that just getting out of prison they want to rap I'm gonNA put them onto dome. So I'M GONNA. Put them on I. Just I just know I just know how to you know where to put them. You know you're they don't they just this whole technologies different from than there used to CDs and tapes it's they. They went to the pin in the nineties we all went to the they just barely coming out. So I want you know want to help them all out. So it was funny my brother got out. He was like. School dilemma. Mall now he's. Mentioning all stores that were closed. He was McDonald's whereby some good is. We'll look at some tapes audio tape. Stores. Say you know. It's because a lot of our time capsule understand that but for those artists, let them know that whatever we can do here. To help promote were down into. Yes. We we have a I would. I want to suggest Sophie Merean Submit Sophia Maria Raina and Otis and Jay boy and Tempur. You know those those are all also just your way to as well. Once once the project's done, also feel more rarity. No, she has already. Bahrain is also my project to that you guys were bumping to occur. She's on that project to as well. So don't, but I mean, if if you need that connects, I got you out. Your instagram is up. Your Tiktok once again that one family. Yes. Dan Your Youtube is johnny boy TV Johnny boy I gotTa make sure different style comedy under to got some serious stuff on there and got some conscious type stuff. We're going to come out with any soft porn or anything like that. Yes. I do actually got a porn hub that I'm working on right now. Yeah. So if they if they. Want to join you know saying since you're talking shit on on the speed, you know the conjoined how good? Bring your girl. Hey.
"johnny boy" Discussed on ROADIUM RADIO
"What do you need to qualify for monetize from five thousand followers on it can easily be thousand followers to it. Just you have to least post two, three times a day since you're a beginner, you know you start to catch up preeti catch up and then by then I mean they'll. They'll. They'll. They'll contact you. They'll send you a subscription describe into it, and then they'll put your name, your information and stuff in, and you'll go from there. We just got monetize. Started getting money. We started seeing a lot of you know a lot of money starting to come in and finally after few after a couple of months that we've only been on it, we haven't been on the Delong and we started blowing up but we we just started getting paid like what two to three weeks ago is that when they sent the information about two three weeks ago. Now. Grown up for a couple. Of. Months. Once. Again, it's a call subscribers a followers follow. Okay. How many would you guys happen? We have over half a million right now over a half a million. Wow. Wow and I guess that's what we're talking about because I need people to know that over half a million dollars. is growing where like every time we look at her phone number is like you know you get tired of people calling your phone or looking at you. You just get notifications constantly. Follow follow, follow comment comment and people started doing videos in getting reactions in our videos and stuff like that, and they're laughing at all the stuff that we're doing. Daughter are real heavy on Tiktok like that. You need to check this out dad you need to. On best for kids thought the same thing tied with is for everybody we've got a lot of kids to we try to keep it PG, but they like are funny stuff. You know we try to keep it raw as possible with that one family. You know that one that we relate to everybody that's from the hood or for anybody else that is. A Walk of life to where they they don't. They don't care what they say. He just got no filter tornadoes that have it you. They just have fun and do it himself. That's cool. Man I would love to do that. But I know I'm a funny guy but. I WANNA be hard hundred time. Well, we do TIKTOK media after this after this interview more. You a wicked witch on her face not a hair. I was wanted to do and what I like I, fight a midget and get my ass be oh, it has. A bunch of Ninjas in Vegas. One that was like a McGregor and another one was floyd mayweather and. They were. He's got a small gathering issues. They wanted you had to pay some money to watch it, but it was funny. So. Okay. Let's talk about Vegas Real quick. Because there, we were able to eat inside it. Are they still allowing people inside hours? Just six feet did they close like every other table his open? Okay. Yeah. That's how they're doing your music. What can people expect from John Boy Mr Las Vegas Music got anything new coming out and got some seizure. What can people expect for here in where can people reach you on your up but? ANYTHING UNIT MUSIC COMING UP. Right. Now, released this project that you tuned into, it's called Latin soul. I sing rap on its traps would like to say, but it's Golic WanNa throw my Latin I'm Mexican. So I want to throw that out there so. That project FI. Maria. You know everybody knows from from MC magic and. That's the one you like and then I got Raina. They now she she on their to my Andy Nettle and my son also you can spit to. Hold is your son he's he's nineteen he'll be twenty. Between month or also. W- how did you come up with any? He he came himself originally I wanted him have another name, but he wanted because osas on some ill shit ochre eh for him so now. Johnny boy, missile Las Vegas. How did that come about amp? Was that always your? Artist named no originally was johnny boy but when I would travel my will my first project people were confusing me what another couple other Johnny boys which we spoke about earlier. But I am time I ended UP SWITCHING OVER AKA MR Las Vegas to try to separate me from other people and the reason why I do like earned that titles. Mr. Las Vegas because I'm born and raised in Vegas. From the streets. Vegas. I I do all types of entertainment from committee from comedy to lap dances to Yeah Gangsta Shit. Lap. Dances. Roy Girls throw dollars, dollars and twenties and I haven't looked one hundred yet but you know. But yeah, basically I just because I was I was basically, I started my my little label on my own and I started I started just puzzling had a- contract with tower records you know. So that's why I claim the name, Mr Las Vegas Because I was entrepreneur. Able to stake my claim as Mr. Las Vegas Orchestra. We're we're talking about dancers. A. The girls, WANNA pay some money to see it. You know what I'm saying that's watching us right now just hit me up. Your Wife Up, you know we'll work for you. Oh Yeah. She'll. She'll sit there and. She'll record it you and then she'll. She'll make sure they got the dollars straightened up in iron dubbed money straight among the money's got to be straight. You know, and then we do we can do this. Five. If, if they waited then she might she might slap her cakes top top of them what while I'm dancing on him so You. So. Okay. So what does the future hold for Mr Las Vegas biggest sounds like A. A wrestler like. What was that? One Guy There? You See. There you go. Will. Mainly like entertainment, you know saying like Mafia entertainment, you know that's just basic. Were I work with? That's where I I haven't had. We would expect from me I'm I'm not going to be wrapping too much in the more. Be Pushing Artists or That's basically what I'm going to be doing from our next project..
"johnny boy" Discussed on ROADIUM RADIO
"To me in the nineties of course, this in the is not now, but I'm saying this people to understand how hard it was back in. I would charge nothing less than twenty, five, hundred upbeat nothing less and address for me to go into the studio lay down and leave let to engineer tractor vocals and mix it down. Right that was it is. I mean, because now everything laptop, I think go for what? Twenty five bucks other cheap. Now you can get them you know the beats nowadays I'm not really with to leasing stuff, but it happens you know people out there you even if you buy the beat exclusive someone already out there Hazar, that Lisa. So it's Kinda Kinda, YOU'RE GONNA lose but it's safe to Do some sort of got that be like well, I own it now, but I'm not gonna go after because he's on a leash exclusive rights that he has it for eight years or six years she crazy. When I think about that and I try and it has nothing to do with hating on today's trying to understand artists today right and then of course, when you share the rules you've paid under struggles you've made. People just think all your hating because you're old. Hey, call you to tell me the same thing here. Happened to do with that is like. It's like music could be done a lot easier today but I think music is so watered down now you know. Give you a quick example great producer friend of mine producer to produce for bone dogs, lot of grapes artists. He tells me when he doesn't be, he'll do pull on the face specifically for you. He's a these new orders command they take out take that out. Take that out take before you know it. It's just a kick. I had a clap and a little weird noise and you're like that. Sometimes. I have to dumb it down. For, these kids. Said and I feel uncomfortable even though they're paying good money. But I almost feel like. This is no longer even my beat anymore because we took so much out right? But anyways other than that. What Year did you go away? What you did you come back? Oh a win a win away like late ninety four. Okay. And then they gave me give me house arrest until my parole because I was facing another charge and which was A. Win In there for attempted murder, and then there was other charges they were trying Apollo, pile me at the time they had. The murder case was dismissed. Another was some other stuff they had gone to throw the book. Yeah I mean the thing is that when you're in that area and then you fit the description, there's GonNa get everybody anybody that they can at that time it was all metric in government. At the time I had slicked back here in a long term. Old School slick back here you move Suarez Yeah. Okay. Impressed balls right there. When we come back, we're GONNA talk about your music. We didn't talk about Tiktok whatever the hell else you WanNa talk about guns lowers your. Cool, all the way from Las. Vegas Vegas. So once again, call somebody takes no body, break a bottle or somebody's birkenhead and let them know that. Johnny, boy Mr. Las, Vegas is in the PUCK building I'm going to go get some drink better to come back. Don't fuck around. Welcome back everybody to go shower our. This is your host with podcast is let your with a tactic. I mean little joke rob before we went to a break and first of all I wanna say it was no disrespect I'm GonNa Show Matt, love to everybody in Las Vegas I, Love Las Vegas Okay even though kind of all vegas doubt but much much respect to everyone and Las Vegas Las Vegas stand up okay. We're back. Almost is Johnny NBN enjoying this Victoria appreciate. Yeah, man. Yeah. You know what I said. It's kind of like champagne beer and but other than that and we put out the window whiskey. Haven't drank whiskey here in a while I think the last time I had this bottle here I had A. Rodney here. Okay. So had him here and to be honest he pretty much ranked the whole damn bottle. Like I was two hours, manappl- kid like you know Joe Cooley man and he keeps drinking. So. Now I want to bring something because a lot of people know you from Gospels Rather Yeah can you explain what that is? What's going on? A TV producer Tom Telemundo contacted me and stuff like that, and they want me to be on the show 'cause they like acting with Little Marco and stuff. So they thought I could bring a little humor to the show well, the thing. Rather is like a judge Judy Slash Jerry. Springer it's all scripted show. It's not real. It is fake I. Repeat it is fake for all you people that think it's real it is fake. Because if that's the case if Israel than I've caught Judge Paulo, what I'm saying. So yeah, straight up. The show the show was crazy because it's like they. They asked me a little bit about my life. They wanted to bridge a little bit more life into the show they incorporated basically like I rented a at the time I didn't have I didn't have daughters whatsoever. So you can rent daughters well in the show basically. Like, case you get sued or somebody. So this chick was suing me for renting her a defected baby, which was my daughter apparently, but it was I didn't have I. Didn't have a daughter at the time. So it was just all like make believe in the chick that was with me was my wife because my wife She's Asian. She can't speak Spanish. So. People that follow us that they really like really look into what they see that all my kids are half agent. So But yeah the show was funny. You just it was just like some people took series and get death threats. I. Yeah people really took the show like really seniors like come on Bro like Jerry. J. Just, like Jerry is just like there's. More is it's all scripted everything nowadays on on reality TV and stuff like that. It's. NOT REAL NOT TV it's all scripted. Everything is scripted. They'll. They'll make you. Make. A fool out of yourself. You know what I'm saying for the clout. Long were you on the show? It was just for for one for one episode. Okay. One episode how you mentioned a little mogul how did you get connected with him and what was it that they saw that? I guess they wanted to on the show. I do. Do a lot of comedies stuff to you know. Do my little acting stuff. So I met little local when I used to work a nice point flashed before you know it is to host the show radio station in. Vegas. twos. Well, he came there. He brought his donuts in the hell. Nine o'clock at night and you're bringing dumbness..
"johnny boy" Discussed on ROADIUM RADIO
"You fucked with you? So all of that's bullshit. You're hot. Your heart. That's the bottom line. Don't believe the hype. If you pimping that's it. I don't let other artists tell you. If you're hot, you know who's going to tell you. You're hot the people. Yeah. Do People are going to tell you hot? They're going to be your responders. What are you going to tell someone that's successful human like six. Now what are you gonNa tell him won't I sell him. You know what? I'm saying the people going to tell you that you hot rod. They're going to be your ultimate judges there and what does he understand is that? To music doesn't belong to the artist. It doesn't to music is gift. You're just a tool that's Lebron's to the people man. You're just a tool. So. If you WANNA hold this music that doesn't belong to you, you're missing because it belongs to them. Belongs to the people it's not yours. You're just the tour from a higher source that's chosen. So you can be an efficient tool or you could just be. An inefficient tool. Yeah because the music is yours, it belongs to the people man. Wow Bro you know where to like part about on Cruise Lulu because they were spitting saw. Yes Oh. Yeah. Man. Good Friends of my own from the industry. You Know My crews did Davis thing to. You know and. I just tend to not get time walk down like talking too much because it stuck in those days. And Nano wanted mix good for conversation absolutely one hundred percent and that's what we're here to do. Yes. So you know I think ultimately why limit yourself member the brothers don't eat them, but it's it's black and Brown love. It is what day one, hundred percent. If you you hot your heart, they'll tell you I'm going to call Tony G I interviewed I have the honour to interview Tony Tony Czars. And he said he had Pretty much a lot of things you said, is it If you're you're popping. People tell you he says, and if you can't rap, then you can't. And like you said, it's okay to tell dude yeah. This probably not or you yeah you know and we don't want to be like we don't WanNa hold on that that's not the point. I just think ultimately. The biggest takeaway is saying all well, we hate on each other. were. Talking about the artist or the people. Because the artists isn't gonNA buy your album and your world. The people are the people are. So who's really the? Hey, are you mean people hating on you or you're just not popping? Who? I felt that one. Okay and I don't want to sound like that because I want all artists to be successful. You know what I agree with you. One hundred percent but you know what? You're stating facts and his sometimes today in today's generation. Truth is the new hate speech one, hundred percent you get everything I agree with that you don't we were very. Divided Times right now. Either left to right the biggest dangerous places the middle. Because it's the place where you're. You're all you're looking for is true. That's all you need this plate. This side is right and that site is right but you gotta you know. You know. Which side is right and you don't can't get caught up in anything. Yeah. Truth is kind of becoming the new. He's a good point. Actually, we have a couple of minutes before before we go to break. A wanted to ask you what is he doing now I understand you have a pizza place. Yeah. I have a pizza place. Of course, I did night life for years. I worked in nightlife industry like nine nine, almost nine years and years. Great. Game Changer for Great Company. RV grew shutout They showed me the way I invest another thing Tony. You know once you sit down at table. With successful people. That show you how to get your money and make it to more like you might from never change. You know the first thing I did you know I love the but You know, why am I gonNA open up a business in the WHO when there's money over here you just follow the path right so I you know I did that for years and I learned so much and I ended up getting visit for myself I got a restaurant, my San Diego's Ns pizza been afflicted. Saturday. He was first official pizza place. Pizza. Delivery. And legit. We know why we don't even have pizza. We got we got east. Coast Pie were east coast good. Hi Good, and then also have a tinder rap partners. Right? There is called empire. Empire Auto. Right, there, in Miramar we do tents and wraps, and so you know I do a little bit of business. I got a little endeavors I'm all about the money and by being a father, you know I. Love My son. I raised them myself damn with me and I got three of women are kind of just. Live for them you know saying. That's enough of a job in itself. Yeah. Well, first of all. Wish. You well days you lessons upon your whatever you do. Whatever you do for having me. Watch. Thank you for giving me the honour and the pleasure to to come and to sit down with me and chop it up absolutely on any shot you WANNA. Give right now is the time brother man. I wish WANNA give a shout out to you know first and foremost Chelsea Johnny boy. Brad nor Johnny Played From Base Charter Vegas you know based you know what limited some real quick brainerd community Johnny on here. Let me tell you something from back in the days. Vegas is always had raw talent. They. Remember back in the days when I used to go thrown away because there was a lot of raw talent over there lot of Mexican rapper rapper very you know Vegas, is very different world more intertwined with each other than the races and all that over here you know it's different but they had a lot of raw talent man, a lot of great art sony shot up to. Now talking about Johnny Books I know he's he's here and I want to give that recognition shallow to Greek I. One of my real good friends out there you give a shot to all the rappers out there that. That had a pleasure to mean had influence you know. Shot One Like. Being careful 'cause I don't WanNa Miss Nobody. Shadow night all the rappers rob you know. You know. Go. National Jack in August people that I, kind of grew up with in my time and being a musician and there's so many good rapport talent out there now and the only thing I wanted to advise every artist. Look. No one's hating on you just member the music belongs to the people. It doesn't belong to the other artists. He belongs to the people you know why striped for here when you can be here. You know, and if you get there if then then the world gets bigger. You know. At the end of the day, I want everyone to be successful when everybody had one because when he makes you happy and everyone should be happy. Good. Thank you. Thank you so much. Thank you guys for having me. Okay everybody. Go get that modell once again, go get a repeal you paulie drink about ten by now I see you run over there to the refrigerator getting your popcorn ready you're draws or sagging, and you're showing. So mission you come back, we'll take do keep you got to come back. The g-strings sitting on your lack is about to get real good mixture. You call somebody takes a body slam is of body. Let them know that Johnny boy is the motherfucking building? We'll be back ten minutes..
"johnny boy" Discussed on ROADIUM RADIO
"What age would you say you start I'd say probably you know I started picking up a migrant. Everybody did their literal neighborhood rap break. Paul by I would say like fifteen sixteen. Now you first recorded. And? He played it back and you heard yourself. Did. You like how you sounded like? I'm actually glad question little first time I ever recorded and I want to give a big shout out to Steve Vicious. Recorded with Steve Vicious Roy and a Steve Vicious is like the Dr Dre of San Diego he put out his hands on every San Diego artist. You could think of everybody will just this man would he and breathe music at his home and you ask little one asked Shadow Steve Vicious Great producer and I think he was I started I did my first recording with him and we made some real good song right out the rip. But I was just kind of natural to me. It would just natural. I understood the formula because back then you had three verses look you know now it's just what versus changing little bill. So you had a lot more word play. But yeah. I think for. What I didn't realize is that eventually I found my voice, that's the one thing I don't know rappers. But there was a time where I finally hit the lab and I found my voice I found like tone. And said, this is my frequency. See what Wad need to understand is that Your voices of frequency. And you have to have the sern- frequency that's able to go and people and linger inside of them and not. The other ear. You know as good. So and that's just something that understood and I found it one day. And when I founded, that's when I realized man I was I was good. Dropped his mix tape I ended up going to Miami and back then you pass mix tapes it was back when the whole Latino explosion were people waiting for that Mexican fifty, fifty someone's Hi we're waiting for that thing and so I put out this mix tape and I had all these classic. Cuts took. ENDED UP IN? A time pit. Bull. had. A. Did something. Puffy bad boy. Latino. Yes and Miami people are passing on my team. You don't WanNa partners the people and I'm in Miami volume on bail depressed. You don't make just trying to work trying to make a living get ready to go away. And From what I hear this story I heard could be false. Don't call me. So somehow someway people ended up with two CDN. And he I took one of his beats and I. Do my thing. Yeah and then but he was right there with puffy somehow someway could be could be could be false story but this whatever. and. Puffy her to the biggie. Any decide. Who the fuck is got it took to beat this. Hi, this is you know and I'm so my people do they're asking for you can if I'm not gonna WanNa, talk an Obama going home and I'm going know. I'm going to wait and so. You know. Very interesting. But so it was just one of those things you know but I had found my voice and I got real good when I found my voice when I found my frequency now that mix tape is still available, you can find it on Youtube I think yeah. You can find a lot of songs of mine youtube I don't really have any much. Album on I tunes, and again, I never really pushed it or anything like that. You know I'm kind of I'm not saying I'm done with that. I felt good to come out to do that song go neck on the. Rise I. Think I did a good job. You know the reviews were pretty good That's just my typical me and my typical fashion but you know it's like I said it's not something I have kids everyone businesses have you know a couple of businesses and San Diego ran nightclubs for years? Got Starting. Brand nightclubs for Great Company wants to game either corporate blueprint. Forget it. You know I'm all Bob Business now right let's talk to me real money like. Know, how can we get this money? You know how can we do? What's the next move? So, here's my question for you. For the people that may not know. Alex, do me a favor get him a Napkin please given like to so now. You wrapped you hold your TV show. LTV Yeah you go to school. Yeah. Okay cool. Now, here's. Why let your brother Yes yes. You. Don't WanNa take home is. He driving crazy into eight. Okay. Okay. Go L.. So, here's my thing. Yeah. What do you think that? Was it that either killed it for you or? What was it that maybe? The make a desire to continue as an artist. You know that's a good question I think. I think ultimately, you know when I came home. Just focused on my kids is focusing on getting my life. You. Know I'm you know when you're like? It's where everything is so real to you when you're so like. Real, like I'm not saying in a bad way I'm saying like, Hey, you know what? What's not going to pay my bills and I have to focus on. I'm dirty also man I gotta get together. You know what I'm saying. So probably, I'm not saying anything died or anything like that. It's just I had to make a choice and I made one. Oh, come. Okay with that. And I probably should have pursued it. I don't know but. It was good. I learned a lot from it and I had good times and as cool every once in a while to hear all Queenie you know and I do get that a lot..
"johnny boy" Discussed on ROADIUM RADIO
"Your back now. We're back with Tony the wizard radio with the PODCAST. Is. Lecture. Coaching. What has Dick. So we're GONNA go ahead and jump by nick arrived back into. We're Queenie in the motherfucking building queen. You thank you said Queenie with the big ask. So now when before we went to commercial break, we were talking about one point you were hosting the show and you're also into music industry. What came first Of what the music industry I was. I was it was kind of it was very tough. I was more I was kind of real industry to you know You know it's very hard for me to be an artist when I was in the streets how am I going to get a poster of me on wall when I'm trying to stay away? So, it's a real battle that I would battle with myself and apparently you know eventually. I ended up getting trouble and pickle by the feds and so you know it's kind of. You know I was I was just wrapping I was living ochre, and so it was kind of but. You know of course, that's another life in. Strapping and I did a few things. Met some great artists? Along the way on. Ended up working with the game in New Jersey Devil. And desolate game had just signed and. I started working with them, and of course, it was gonNA probably evolved into more but you know I ended up getting in trouble. You know just one of them things. Okay and you know but. In that meantime I did work I did make good music. You know dropped a good mix tape at the time in the mix tapes were high right and you know. What I did do in that mix I did take a lot of classic beats but I did make a my own road. You couldn't just pull a biggie beaten not killing right you couldn't take fifties beat at the time and murdering. You could just take your fat Joe's be not murderer you know at the time. I definitely, you know I was just a little bit. I was good at my trade. I I probably should've taken a little more serious, but I work with a lot of great artists I mean I've met a lot of great ours. You know like, of course back in the day to Jack in his good friend of mine great artists on real. GUANACO. Neck was one of you know. I I really connect right now is on a whole `nother level. But you know when nickel got. Out of prison. Had just gotten out of prison to you know he felt compelled to reach out to me and I'm sure he did that. So by Denton happened go Nicole was you know he went through transgression not changed a lot when I went to I grew it's Kinda like metamorphosis shed your skin. And you know and I. Go who called me and we spoke for like turn to to be like an hour and a half compensation. And you know and he's in a place and you know he you know you say, let's do song I'm like you know. I'm not really doing that. No more. But he psyched that was what he wanted to do and and and it's evident in this journey. Now, you know how he's so versatile. He collaborated with little one and shadow win. and. Little one little one is another one that just on rage knowledge little one is just murdering it. And you know. You know God I remember quarterbacking days I. Remember. Back in days well, we're in the same now as grown men. It's all about the music and they're so prolific now and you know and look at those great accomplishments matter of fact, I ended up doing remakes where Nicole is poison one with bad boy, but you know. From Meka. which bad boys of phenomenal rapper He's very lyrical. You you know. Seeing easy to get cut. We could. Yeah, he's got Larry. Right. But I spit fire to joking So. I ended up. I did it which would have never done it if it wasn't because of Kaneko and bad boy bad boy I go back with my nose I know his his wife and kids. Remember them when they were little. So it was kind of A. It was good. It was good to dust dust off the cobwebs and get on that Mike and it was so simple to manolis is so interesting because I walked in I wrote the verse and I knocked it out just in my usual fashion and I had this old engineer that worked with right there in downtown. San. Diego shot to Capricorn Studios And You know I, just walked in, knocked it out and left and you know and it was good to put it out and then. A lot of people man that's the Queenie I know and. I'd like to do some more, but it's just I. Don't really see it in my books but yes so you know I you know. Immortal technique I wanted I wanted definitely give it a shot to immortal technique is one of those rappers that was been way ahead of his time he has great messages and there's always use this platform for the better Latino brother you know. That's an East Coast Rapper lot of people that I worked with. You know you've been working with Jersey Devil he produced a lot of my cuts. I have an album on itunes. You can go check it out. Yeah. It's Queenie six nine it's on I. Tunes Inaba. Did that one God i WanNa say two, thousand, four. But if you really listen to it is pretty, it's pretty good. It's not bad pretty relevant my my flows loop it ahead of itself and I got a lot of respect and I got a lot of props. and. That's how come. You might hear people say my name is Hey Queenie Queenie I remember clean and now you know it's not a big deal but you know it's good at the time I held my weight. Or you know and and I did good and then from there I ended up. Hooking, up with P funk, you remember fung. was here Oh was he he was long he was one of my best friends we're not talking now, but we'll talk brothers right I just got a call and people could be listening and I love you. You know. You know somehow with. and Bill Walker. Bill Walker no breakdowns. Records. You know he's like, okay, look we've got this. TV Show on TV. Now course sounds was so different than right. So we ended up just with very minimal budget because bill was not giving us no money, right? So. We were very minimal budget..
"johnny boy" Discussed on ROADIUM RADIO
"So I used to make fake. Id's because back then you laminate them. Very different times right and so I used to sell fake ID's is to by the choir. Yes one, hundred percent and they were so good like you would take them to Tj they look at you like motherfucker I know you're eighteen. There so thirteen you know we're partying till six, seven, eight in the morning. Yeah you know that's just standard over there. You know. So you're drinking and partying and and then man by the time I turned twenty one over here I'm like. Man already been through I didn't feel normal until I moved to Vegas. Vegas you drink two thousand dollars. Just, one of those these, but it's very interesting. Also grew up in the south side of San Diego. Grope right there nestor projects. Little projects new neighborhood you know shut out to money would. You know all my neighborhoods right in the South Bay in the South side and you know you know. You know, but going to teach it was very norm ongoing right there. was very normal. So it was just kind of an extension of. In between everything, there was a border. That you live two different worlds and you know there's a lot of people from Saudi. Arabia wouldn't go teaching. I was definitely one that would go to T. It was very interesting to say the least and you know it was just something to grow on mentally in you know sometimes the more information you take in the more you have. To. Give out. Yeah. I know when I was a kid of course, we'd have company Neta stage yes. Yes and My Dad is still. Kids Yeah Yeah Ten kids L. All draw the two. When He. Didn't have cable he was like. God is good of badgering. So what happened was we used to go to the Catholic Church got the name of the Church Radical Street was a park. So we go to the Catholic Church Pray Duarte are Hail Mary Ten trumpy Jackson pushups to flips forgiven. Yeah. That's what we did. Then we walk right outside. And have tacos. Yeah. That's what we used to do and but I remember my highlight to by Lucho. Oh my God, absolutely it into the masks. But that was pretty much Edmund. My Dad is to always take us there or by firecrackers Oh my God one, hundred percent of which. Because of all the teams. Know your brother we got real close and use one of my best friends. You know where we were. You know I'm probably the only guy that understood I'm probably the only guy had the patients because you know it's hard. It's hard being a bird in a cage or do you have more patients than I do? Oh, my guy I probably do mad but you know you know. So seen to go get the rich our you know of course, you have all these collectibles so. I. Definitely. See you having that as a highlight? Yeah. So anyways, growing up in a Mexican home brother Yeah what type of music would you say you were raised with? What would your mother? What would your father played with same page to Dora tutorials offer some amusing. I want to see what influence to. Become an artist. Yeah. That's that's a very interesting question and I'm going to tell you. which very interesting story Of course you know I grew up of course, not more than three. Kesar twenty. So you know I go a more like in the back in the Rossio regard days. And then that's you know more. My Mom's might my aunties teas my family, right? I more I grew up a lot of Mexican music. You know like like rake is my favorite Mexican bear and one of my favorite Mexican bands. But I got into hip hop for some reason right? Hip Hop just ended up I ended up those group called the Legion of doom in San Diego. There are amazing a group You know be real even know give him props. They knew they were very ahead of themselves and shot in a dorm and Mike Ski Rob Everybody There were very talented for some reason I ended up becoming friends with them but so but he was already planted in me. But what but what really got me was I lived in Tj and Tj like back in those days we have satellite dishes. I, don't know if you remember the satellite dish, but over there the big flex, whoever had the bigger satellite dish and we just happened to be an okay family doing over there. You know in. Pork Bologna, but we my family ended up being kind of successful in the transportation industry and. We stayed in the Colonia we didn't move. We didn't move to all the nights pacer where people move to get money right but we had big satellite. So why would do the frequencies I would see Russian channels I don't even know how funny I'll just see all this stuff but man one day I just I turned it in I. Just I don't know I found rap city in the basement back with. The names? Back when rap city was the basement. and. You know and it just. It, just impacted me somehow tree by and So-so into and I would just watch religiously and I'm just as kid right there from South San Diego Donna and but I'm being watching at that time was very, you know rap sitting in the basement very east coast heading influenced. So I grew up with a very. Heavy East Coast influence on the real of course at that time. was very different. You Know East Coast where like the Mecca of everything and then of course, the West Coast came in you know, I'm GonNa say take it over but we had their planning artsy but I will bury influenced. With East Coast Hip hop hip hop in general, and that's how for some reason I just kind of just stayed on me. It was just something that intrigued me but I grew up with a lot of Mexican music. I listened to a lot of Mexican music shoddy as my favorite. Shade my favorite band know people say shows as the girl, but it's really the band. And but. Do, way I love like Depeche Mall. You know allows. The new order in excess I went to all those concert. The new. Wave era. Got creepers and all that. So it was always It helped me a lot because. It always. Even, when I make music I never really. Care too much about being hard or anything like that. I wanted to make music for masses I wanted the money. I wanted to gross you know I don't have pride over money money I want money. You know this is business, right? You know you can spare me all that stuff on right so I always try to make music that would touch people and likable. At the end of Harlem's hard, you know I can't help accountable I was home I always try to make it I. Always try to have a good vibe to it because I wanted I wanted the bigger picture man for some reason I was able to see that. So it was just one of those things that deco is a combination of all this music influence in my life Mexican music new wave Omega. I love alternative. Peo- DP? My boys are from my block. I'm under videos I, listen to you know all them corn and I was listening to music. So it was such an eclectic music from me that there's not one type of music that everything's my favorite. If you wanted to tell me what's one of my favorite bands it would be depeche mode. Right. Yeah. So it's kind of pretty interesting music always being in my life. Okay. Let me ask you a question because you said, you watch debasement basement. Back. Then growing up, what would you have said were some of your favorite east coast possibly groups favorite a groups. Pasta Gimmie three four. He's called listened to a lot right I. Mean I. You're just a tough one right? Like I used to love one you know cares about a Gal. I also like Jesus Buck town Smithfield Western. Fat Joel Lot Federal. Jobs hard back..
"johnny boy" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Radio seventy seven WABC the flip of the coin here it was jet J. Juliet and her heavy metal rock star husband Johnny boy had a date night the little it'll be knowing cheese with fruit mine and my wife Manju ito's I described a one home right before the curfew just the shower delousing go back out to my wife who is looking at me and she was saying Hey you know what are we gonna what are we gonna get together maybe like get together very well as her language now and you know I like that I said I'm a warrior I got to go out there I got a I got a battle what are we talking about here you know I'm a battler I'm a yeah go out to Anna Schlegel way and then she reminded me for the third time yes in three days got to take care of that estate planning got to take a swim testament it is very important especially given the things lately will remember what their social networking she's getting older social networking he still would come in for him yeah yeah come come get me come on come on get come get whatever's left to me but it was he sees all of this so she doesn't know the wife in time of Curtis Lee Wyatt other than reading about it she hasn't experienced everything I'm used to what she's not but she's right you don't live as much on the edges I do but nowadays you have to pandemic flu pandemic all of a sudden you see relatives one minute you're having a conversation months later the shop when the first levels of dementia Alzheimers we can't even remember who you want to see like how quickly that occurred and then you find out in the wake of that that all the paperwork he should have been done in advance even when they were healthy in controlling the mental and physical faculties hadn't been done people highly educated people we talked about that state planning and getting together healthcare proxies living wills and then all of a sudden you find out you can do anything and then all of a sudden the siblings are battling their and they change okay cool it's very good because you don't want to go share gives you know you have an opportunity to take advantage of a situation that governor Cuomo created with this executive order knowing that people would not traveling should not travel he's allowed attorneys to do all of that work without you having to visit them sit down and sign on the dotted line in their place of business and I'm recommending and Julie and Gentilly I've known them for years not them and a lot of different ways outside at a law firm but did the bass not like direct you want to get a pen a pen you want to write your information down because this company is a water isn't going to last in perpetuity make sure you have these legal documents in place sooner than later preparation allows you to control your health related and financial decisions if all of a sudden you're unable to do so and it'll help lay the groundwork to preserve your assets while helping you qualify for various long term care program options available to New York because I saw that with both my my father and mother often times we were a dollar short a day late my sister Maria and my sister a leader they will always on top of that it was left to me off would have been a double file for both of these people who may be the person that I am so don't don't allow those in your family not to focus on what is needed to prepare so that is safe.
"johnny boy" Discussed on Yesteryear Old Time Radio
"I never leave. This is too wonderful. Katie you'll never know how many times I thought about that. Rainy Day we met. Were very kind and you invited me backstage and sang to me in the empty theater. I remember you saying the girl in the would katie releasing and fought me. Now is your. This is what I've been waiting for. Who's at the door? The Jolly Boys Johnny Boy Friends of mine. We didn't know you the home bet. We used a piano. The one of the club's Outta tune. It's always been outta tuned floyd. This isn't very considerate fellows me that. I don't think we've met the young lady. You Miss Lee I have to. I mean we. I present judge Mr Happy Medicare Clinton. Hi. We met when she come in the barbershop. One day soaking wet. Oh yes I remember like nice to meet all of you. Well as we should be goodbye later. Ono Don't rush your way please. Yes but come on. Sit Down to all of you Mr Munson right over here by the FRY. Well I was going to go home. No Judge Hooker over here. Thank you all in a circle for nice looking man wasn't looking at you. You either fellows. I was about to sing. A song for Throckmorton boy girl in the woods.
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"Matthew parcels tightly tallies help keep the islanders rolling in a three to shoot out win over the slumping Bruins bars all fourteenth goal late in period to give the islanders a two one lead before he found the net again on his second round shootout winner to beat the defending Eastern Conference champs former Bruin Johnny boy talk also scored in Semien Barlaam up made twenty seven saves in New York seven to win in ten games under the orchid Tory crew scored for the Bruins who felt it to an eight in extra time with their seven flaws in eight games Geffen Coolbaugh Boston
"johnny boy" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Johnny boy was lovely playing in his house in valley stream breaking every tweeter and will for it is stereo set his speakers well he was more it at the when he was growing up it was a Metallica Iron Maiden that kind of stuff okay but still loud yeah heavy metal music I have a feeling that he was a mama look that in fact his mother would say no problem Johnny boy you play whatever you want now she was very tough with him she was very tough what time how old was he when he left the house he was a he left after I graduated from high school okay I mean he was you know he was a rocker so he was. looking for instance was out there so he was in a monologue he wasn't tied to the H. eight apron strings of his mother no but there is a study out there that suggests a lot of folks and I've seen it in the Italian American community that. there are mothers who start building on their sons at a very young age for specific reason yes apparently because the husbands either had a goal not on the side just didn't pay enough attention to their wife and rather than toss the bomb out they just decided Hey I'll keep this family together I'll keep this marriage hole we got kids in the house so but they put their full focus on me a son at the well it hurts the door it is because they don't get the same attention and that's what creates the mama lu well you are definitely taking this to a whole other level Curtis this was a study that was done in psychology today basically. the experts look at the couple's relationship people who were married and then they have figured out how much each parent talk to their infants search I met infants mothers who were in unhappy relationships according to the the the mother. tended to speak more with their infant son's but not the daughters and the reason is that they feel that the US side the study folks felt that they might be compensating for you know just trying to trying to connect with a male partner even help it's a baby doesn't speak I've seen that a lot I've seen that a lot the white fathers not do this father's apparently did the opposite they actually spoke to their children little boys and little baby girls less when they were unhappy relationships with their wife well that's because they're planning their next stage which is to get out of the house where is obviously most mothers they had no intention of doing that they're going to hunker down well they could be married to a ball berry and they could be married to a real shot the rule a knuckle track at this a lot of their attitudes is I made this decision I took the vials for the benefit of the family I just got to deal with well one of the reasons that maybe the fathers don't talk as much to the children is because they're still that kind of the mom deals with the infants more than the dad does you know even more studies even though the study was we always had the two parents at home at the same time that was when they did their study right so far more for more time spent with the babies and I can only speak especially of an Italian American family doting on the young son doting on the sun I mean I was remember I was the only boy there were two girls in the family I was raised up on the Italian American side I could do no wrong really I was a little that explain little imprints I could do no wrong where as the girls they had to constantly explain what they were doing when they were going on where are you an aids compared to yours. my older sister a leader was about eight years older my younger sister Maria one year younger all right so you're the middle child yes I was but they were still as the prince hi in American family the boys can do no wrong I'm pretty sure my mother loved my brother more than she let me and why was it. will because he six years younger and he was the baby and he and you know my mother my dad had a pretty lousy relationship so I don't know maybe it was vision was all fear is your brother ever a mama Luke he didn't want to cut the apron strings now I mean he we were the opposite way we could not wait to get out of the house but because we kind of had an unhappy situation at the house okay were just relate that to get out of the five. that this quartet not a monolith let's find out from our many listeners out there what quantify someone is a mom a little can have you actually grown up with mom alone have you seen this syndrome take place how many times have you look to others in your neighborhood or your your circle of friends and one that I've ever going to leave the house and it's not because you're on the line your hips still were claiming a campaign my student loans I don't have any money I don't have a job I'm talking about guys who were good jobs already have their pension secure want to be at home with them and when they retire it will be retired with mommy I mean they just don't want to get out there because there's not a woman in the world out there that they're ever going to me they can never be as good as mommy because mommy cook seafood mommy starches a BB will go over an attractive I have to be made. mommy does everything for mommy goes to the dry don't say anything negative about Monty even if she's a complete **** to you how dare you say anything negative about her yeah so open about phone lines at that one eight hundred eight four ray W. A. B. C. the model syndrome that's one eight hundred eight four eight nine two two two well I had when I just graduated from high school yes I started dating this boy who was a year older than me and I remember going to his house and his mother he was holding my hand or something being affection and his mother actually said to us he may love you but he loves mommy best and I just remember thinking are you twelve what is wrong with who said that I wish she would leave her gag as well it was very odd she was obsessed with her son now he was not obsessed with her that was the thing he was a completely normal person on whatever became of him do you have any idea yeah we're we're friends on Facebook he's married as kids doing well scape his mother I I don't know I mean I I don't know I'm not that close with images of that he's got how does one of them couldn't wait to get out of the house that's nuts yes okay so he no he does not fit to death you know normal lives but yeah I that's so interesting though and if you are out there and if you've seen maybe yourself doing this or other parents other family friends whatever where you have you could see that a couple of an unhappy situation and the wife pays more attention to the infant son than the infant daughter I'd like to hear about that I numbers that would be eight four ray W. A. B. C. and of course this by among the loose in the south end of Staten Island mama Lou Lou many mama looks live and I'm sure you are familiar with some while you were growing up yeah a couple definitely they would never leave mama right they would leave mom for a couple hours and right back because mom's cooking dinner cooking learn how all the Intel how old probably up until twenty twenty five. if it does especially if. said Kidd didn't go away to school now are you talking about said Kidd as in said Mongol Luciano no I mean my mom's Irish so she wasn't too and not only that you had how many kids in the house so right for and how many brothers three brothers okay so I don't think I know where. a number is one eight hundred eight four ray W. A. B. C. let's go to TJ in Brooklyn welcome to jetset Juliet in yours truly courteously with TJ Hey guys love the show great out great topic I'm an Irish guy who married into an Italian family I was out the door at nineteen the choirs mother she could make clothes than soup and that was. and now you know I would marry into an Italian family where the underwears iron the shirts. it is a it's a totally different minds that the warriors yeah so I I agree but my wife didn't move out of our house so we got married. rather yeah. they grow their own sake they make their own limoncello you know what I'm doing that's cool though I mean I that's it it's a cultural it's a kia tallying cultural thing I love that I love that but I do think it's it's ultimately it's bad for the child who is now an adult because you really you really have a hard time not comparing the opposite sex to your parents I really believe that correct you guys are doing great awesome so keep it up thanks to these about Irish mothers is also right give you will soon a little gruel piece of bread Irish soda bread all alike are sort of right I have that for the first time at the Dublin airport anything good delicious I thought it was great the way I wish guys and gals leave so early in their lives imagine if you grew every day with a piece I was sold I thought it was good I never is one eight hundred eight four ray W. A. B. C. let's go to Larry in Brooklyn what can the WBC letter it Curtis you know I wanted to what we have to be so cynical about you know it's a beautiful thing when a mother loves the sun I had an uncle who lived with his mother in the east New York to the was forty years old he lived a full life he waited dude ranches he was a figure what the play it but he was a single guy yet of business it was independently I print big business everything why should he leave his mother alone and also it's a **** load a work of art you watch your mouth. watch your mouth okay so it's a lot of work are you prepared to do all that domestic stuff so I'll be it's a beautiful thing to be close to your mother nothing wrong with being close your mother knows how to. crease his slacks right crease that knows how to put the creation I think that adults should be doing their own their own laundry I mean what a bunch of no but I do think it's nice when when parents in and kids are close of course it's a wonderful thing there's nothing there's nothing wrong with it it's just when the child who is now an adult can not. not understand it it's time to go out and spread your little wings I know by your own food one eight hundred eight four ray W..
"johnny boy" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"I got to tell you. I'm so serious. You know, Johnny boy. Metallica for you know, sleigh like dots. His thing. I took him to their show at Giants Stadium. And he said it was by far he's not a huge fan. He said it was the best show he's ever seen. It is just Bano is an entertainer above and beyond. Hem truly is city have cash on both visually because he was peewee Herman and central park who could ride a bicycle some idiot got in front of him. I think was in the bed time. Stop it. Seriously hurt. And yet, look what happens not a few months later. He's back on stage entertaining world giving advance of miracle. Everything that they dreamed for a dream of, you know, bad things coming threes. So you played by. No, I understand Springsteen is dropping it album. Now after what at five year hiatus farmer, Springsteen writes all his property taxes. Right now in rump. Says it's going to be the third musically inclined bad news story. It's gonna it's gonna moment on because news story, I just played YouTube. Well, that's a bad news story from JiJi Taylor SWIFT's brand new song coming. That's it. The man 'having club of America this woman and explain this to me every guy she hooked up with a lot. She's been dating a guy British guy, of course, they're staying together. Because she's she was a British guy. Vania dead that somehow. One of the Kennedy clan Schwarzenegger, son. He's there. They're not that was three years ago. Four years zachos use a pot. Harry styles was like four years. The reason you find out about all the people that Taylor swift his data is because she's famous and she dates famous people dishing in dismissing that, hey, guess what that's her career. I mean, I really do. And then she'll share. She's the embassador of New York City. What what did she know about New York? She's never here. She's always here we see her walking time they broke into a house. She's not even around. But she's traveling. I I don't know if you understand this. But torn means that you're not going to be in one plate of freaks. You know, like a feet, you know, foot fetishes and all that and the bus them into her her bows came out to when I was working FOX at the bureau in Los Angeles in ninety nine I think it was she was his little girls the big curls. And she comes in with her mom because she was supposed to be this new hot star mean this was. She was so young. And I just remember her being so balking arms and legs for like ten feet long. And she was so cute, and he played a little acoustic guitar, and I just thought let's curls gonna be she's going to be a you. I am very good about predicting success Lukas Graham predicted him. Well, look, she tax. She claims the main Regine inches in Tennessee. Yeah. Right anyway, number one, eight hundred eight four Ray WABC as we are high atop managing Square Garden in these great facilities provided to us in order to do this broadcast to all of us, actually. So temperate in here that I feel now I should just kick my shoes off thank you Jada. But here's a story. I have focused on I have said well, in fact, before I go into what I have said repeatedly. This goes back many many years there is a blind item in the New York Post six and for all of those non cognitive Shendi out there. Can you miss GMC myspace, six explain what a blind item is? And how important it can be either for the person or how harmfully can be for that person? Blind item is pretty much. Exactly what it sounds. Like, it's an item placed specifically in the gossip section of a newspaper or some sort of website or whatever. And it basically wants it teases a story or a juicy tidbit about some person or some entity, but it doesn't give a name. And it's usually because the people who are giving that item. Either don't want to completely expose the person or perhaps they don't have enough information. I mean, there was a blind item. About me years ago in the New York Post it actually I named my name. But it also didn't name the person that was supposed to be about. And they were they were wrong couldn't have been more off. Sometimes these are these you kind of take with a grain of salt. But but oftentimes especially in page six they've proven to be Tristesse dead on a want you to read the blind item for listeners, and she if they can get who page shakes talking about out of the twenty now count on twenty Democrats who have announced officially that. They are running for the party's nomination and become the next version blind item in front of you. Okay. Okay. All right. So this is this is this is intriguing and it's got all the intrigues going back and forth. Everybody's talking about it. He thought that there was absolutely no way he could run as an openly gay candidate. So he has shocked by the fact that Pete Buddha Jag who did you can't say no to judge the judge is doing so. Well, now, he is missing out on all that support. So he has to rethink his strategy. He can't go full gay now or else he'll be accused of being a liar. So he's thinking of announcing that he is by that way. He could have a girlfriend and start courting to pro-gay support, especially the Hollywood money that is going to judge. And this is what I talk about one dollars a day. Wait on something. You were ahead of the curve. You were this person before this person even realized that they were gay and they were going to get married and come out officially who is his find item talking about, ladies and gentlemen, as Juliet has. So aptly indicated each and every line of this story which. Yeah. They'll probably be an expose that will follow one eight hundred eight four eight WABC that's one eight hundred eight four eight nine two two two. Sometimes a blind item is dropped because they just don't want to really come out full force hurt the person they just want to get a little bit of snickering going on. I'm telling you this version is kicking himself finish took. She said to me that could've been I could've been a contender. I was with it. That was the Timet me use before. But anyway, before we get into that this is not a blind item. Although you didn't see it on any of the Fox News show, nor will you. It is very indicative of the independent and autonomous strain that judge Napolitano has 'cause boy he really railed against the president in terms of all the items mentioned in the mullahs report. And how he said, oh, yes, definitely guilty of obstruction of Justice. This was actually shocking it's all over the headlines now, although not over the headlines on Fox News. But yes, judge Napolitano if you don't know who he is he's got half million followers. He has been at Fox News as their legal guy for years and years and years, I know him well, and I haven't watched FOX in a long time. But I do know that he he has pretty much been a pretty objective person. I think Chris Wallace tight you had to put them in a category. Yeah. So he came out and basically. Yeah, he said look is the president above the law. This was a little thing. He taped it. It's called the judge's chambers. It's a basically it's kind of a I guess you could say podcast, but it's a video podcast. That's goes out over their digital platform. And listen to what he had to say when the president has Corey Lewandowski's, former campaign manager and again Lawler fire. That's obstruction.
"johnny boy" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Revolution. Johnny. Boy, that's. Like. That probably taken somewhere. This. This is really interesting stuff. There was a fellow a young guy. His name is Thorpe. Not. Der, Derek there there Tharp. I'm sorry. Derek Farr who is a research associate, dude. Who's a really smart young, man? And he wrote about safe withdrawal rate research. I don't wanna get too complicated here because it's not really that complicated. But those that have spent their last one year five years twenty five years in the financial planning business know that there's this thing called the four percent rule. Back nineteen Ninety-four Bill Benjamin is famous financial guy, though, do these Monte Carlo did these Monte Carlo calculations and determine that if you had a fifty fifty mix of stocks and bonds, you could take four percent out of your portfolio for the rest of your life. Or thirty years, whichever comes first and and have almost one hundred percent degree of certainty, you'll never run out of money. So that has been the mantra that exists in the fans if you've got a financial planner and you've got. A million bucks? And you say, well, how much can I spend Charlie forty thousand bucks a year. That's the number you get and the reason that's the number. You get is because they're using a factor of inflation. Built into your spending. And John that's where the problem lies. So in other words, I get a raise every year every two years or whatever it is for inflation. You have to get a raise every four percent, and you're getting forty thousand bucks. The next year you're going to get forty one thousand six hundred and it goes up and up and up and up and up and that information is bogus and it's wrong. And it's probably causing you to save a lot more money than you really need to say, you may be short changing yourself, folks. Let's read from the Mr. Derek Tharp research on average. He says most retirees actually experience decreasing rates of real spending throughout retirement. Okay. So what does that mean? Real spending means after accounting for inflation. So not only not only is in flation, a non issue in retirement, your real spending that is to say after factoring in that three or four percent inflation. You're still spending less money. Allow me if I may to continue real spending decreases about one percent per year throughout retirement, that's from the consumer expenditure survey from the Senate center for retirement research at Boston College, don't believe them. No worries. A follow up study from David Blanchette at MorningStar utilize data from the rand health and retirement study, more commonly known as the HRIS defined that real spending actually increased this is David Blanchette increase in the first few years of retirement, but then began decreasing at an increasing rate throughout the remainder of the first half of retirement bottoming out and an annual change of minus two percent before beginning to decrease at a decreasing rate. Which they come out through about minus point five percent. So they look at these so-called you shape or these mile retirement smile. Yes. Where does it goes down? And then comes back up. It's more of a I think the real chart might be more of a smirk where it comes down like this and toward the very end kind of goes up for health kill it looks like that if you can see that. Here's what's interesting this line and folks hearing us on radio too. Yeah. But there's a line called the level inflation adjusted spending so picture that line and then picture your smile underneath that line and never reaching the top right hand corner of the crack on your smile. Another words you never get to the real inflation spending number until you're dead. This takes you out the on ninety and you haven't even gotten to real spending. Okay. So what's the implication of all of this? Because this is what's important to you. Well, we calculate how much money you need to save to hit your retirement goal. We do it with all. These excel spreadsheets I'd do it on a calculator. But if I were to try to determine how much money you might need to save. Let's say you're forty years old and you've saved nothing. And I said, well, John how much you want to spend it retirement. Well, I want to spend one hundred thousand bucks a year. Okay. Great. Social security is going to be thirty thousand. So you need seventy thousand bucks a year. I'm making this number up, and you're gonna need it for thirty five years because we're gonna take you out to ninety five you're gonna retire at sixty right thirty five years, and you're going to earn. Let's say five percent on your money and inflation will be three percent. So that's a net two percent on your money. So I'm forty years old, and I've saved nothing. So yeah. So you need run million seven hundred and fifty thousand dollars, and you've got twenty years to get to it. One seven five zero James nine you get even six percent on your money. You've gotta save forty seven thousand five hundred seventy three dollars per year. John over twenty years. Yeah. For the next twenty years every year for the next twenty years. I can do that. I wouldn't be able to eat that. I could do it. So so now if in fact, if in fact, yeah that same. Seventy thousand dollar income requirement. And you're you're you're spending decreased not increase, but decrease. Let's just say, it's flat. All right here myself, a raise you don't give yourself a raise. But you've got flat spending NAMA they caught nominal spending of seventy thousand bucks. So if I want seventy thousand and payments for thirty five years, and I can earn five percent on my money instead of a million seven fifty a million one fifty that's six hundred thousand dollars six hundred grand. I mean, what does that percentage wise like forty percent less? Well, then so I I don't need forty seven thousand is safe forty-seven need like thirty thousand a year twenty five thousand dollars a year. So all of a sudden your whole life changes because on one hand, you're super depress. You sit down with your never going to be able to retire or you say. Honey, retiring at sixty out of the question, we're going to have to push the age seventy and she says, but John your heart. Right..
"johnny boy" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ
"Whether it's with Kouzmin or Lonzo r Ingram he's going to get it to the finish line. And it's going to happen. A lot sooner than I think anybody thought it was going to happen. You have to call right here. Let's go to the I want to break a phone. Call real quick. Then we break early. You're on the morning show. What's going on? How you doing? Hey, how you doing? It was just a just wanted to piggyback a little bit on Elliott comment about our overall record. We're seventeen and ten and it'd be quite honest. If we assert ourselves in four or five of those games, man, we we're talking about a twenty and five maybe, you know, twenty six record. And I think we don't push the panic button as much on this whole trade issue. So it's just it. We were waiting for LeBron figure out how he wanted to play and how he wanted to team to play. And now they're kind of doing it. So we're we're on a good run. It doesn't mean we don't need to keep tinkering with it. But I don't know if we need to make wholesale changes because he's not playing extraordinarily hard to get his point. He's he's playing pretty easy. Lebron foul basketball right now. And we're we're on a nice little role. We'd like to have a little more cushion in some of these games that were winning close. Yeah. No last night. I think is the perfect example of the Brian can get his twenty. Eight but not have to work that hard to do it, or at least not have to go maximum LeBron. Absolutely. The Lakers aren't gonna panic. They're not a panicky guys. That's not how they're going to roll. They're going to make a decision to get better. But I don't think they're gonna panic especially now, they price still are going to pull the trigger players are being able to move. You know starting this week. I would not be surprised if they still pull the trigger l z top ten coming up next. This is all you know, somewhat surprising. There have been a lot of speculation a lot of room or coming out of here since early in the season. You don't know. What's real what's smoke? What's fire? You really don't. But we have made a change, and we have to respond and that we will. I've heard some here, and there L Z just some blatant bold faced lies told in my day, but mile mind him pretending that Reggie McKenzie. Was caught him by surprise that? Reggie mckenzie. Got fired key. That's just I mean, it's it's it's aggressive untrue. And it's insulting that he's trying to sell that, man. I knew nothing about it. I went home after the game a great win. And learn that Reggie would be no longer with us. We all work for the same, man. But I don't know everything. I mean, that's the way he's homes it up the fact that he's trying to sell you on an in expects for you to believe it like your damn food is really insulting. Yes, I think coach grooten. Johnny boy is trying to if it works out. Then he's gonna look like, the smartest guy in the room. If it doesn't work out he'll give an excuse as to why it didn't work, and he'll go back to television in everybody. Forget about the disaster. That was. Wenas it. He's more invested on it working out on his he'd rather. Have it not work out? Then have it workout and someone else share in the credit? All I could do is go in you know, it. I hate talking about it. Because it sounds like I'm always beating him up. But it's the truth. Yeah. It's the truth. We we were successful in Tampa Bay with him. We were successful in Tampa Bay without him. The moment that we won that Super Bowl. That was the end of anything that we were going to move forward on trying to get another one because he became about him rich..
"johnny boy" Discussed on Guys We F****d
"Sure they went on. I'm like, I can't explain it. You can't. You just can't stop in the middle. It's bad. So funny, you guys know what blue balls are. And then the woman stops and walks away. True. Bul won't. Blue balls are horrible. Pay really. Yeah. Yeah. Like what's the point I haven't had. I had them like twice in my life when somebody's when you start and like I think when everything and then it's cut off and you're not an in your your pan in the balls and it's like a hardcore paint. Finish yourself off though. I think that's how you're supposed to get rid of it right here on the steps of a church. You can't. You can't because one person to another one on subject churches bad, but to yourself. Yeah, yeah, that's not good. Someone's like, oh, we're Sean. He's jerking off from his seven. I don't think it's actually a school. It was a school that had. Digging a grave. Johnny boy. School your school? I was sixteen school because then we're in trouble. It was a random school grab because there's always people like, I remember this girl who was in honors classes. She got like all of a sudden she disappeared one day and it was because she got. Not expelled. What's the other ones Benda's a spended? Yes. She suspended for giving someone a blowjob under the staircase, but that's the best place to was like. I was just kind of impressed because like I really didn't see that potential in her and I tell all the teachers felt the same way because like they wouldn't like when someone gets to spend like usually people aren't like super nice you when you come back. But like everyone was like very nice to her. When she came back, they had a newfound worth. Wasn't wasn't a such a big deal when you hear stories like that. Oh, my God. I remember hearing story about that when I was in seventh grade and being like, I blew my mind happen. I cannot believe somebody did it. Yes, because I was just because I wasn't like giving people blow job. So I was like, wow, these people aren't vein. Yes. Yeah, the band room and it's like, it's like when you find out somebody does coke like when you're, yeah, I was going to my future business leaders of America meetings, and these people were giving blow es, and I was like, maybe I'm not using my schedule correctly. Exactly as well. Well, you got to do it at school. You can't do it at home, you know, because then you're going to get caught caught. If someone has a bad family life and their parents are out a lot, you can do it. Yeah, there's always someone who has some weird situation with the van. Yeah, they somebody with a van cars were good. Yeah. Oh, God. I used to have so much sex in the back of my ex-boyfriends van really. We would listen to like Radiohead to off my boyfriend college. We would go. We would park in like mall, parking garages and like have sex until I got so overheated with the car not running in the air, not because it was always during the summer that I was like. I guess we gotta stop now because I'm fast. How. Ex-girlfriend, who was that? Had a van and we did the same thing, but it was it was a pool parking lot. We just went in there. Do a lot innovative events. Great. Evan's, like a portable home, it really is. Yeah, totally. Yeah. When those backseats are down anything's possible. It's magical. Yes. Sell any other funds stories. We've got a wrap soon, but you got any other gems up, your set you were just waiting to tell would fund my God let out. No, not really masses, no sex injuries. No, just not cramped from from stomach stomach cramp happen. Joining sex yet. I've gotten that before. I get the same thing. I get a lot of Charlie horse. That's right, right. Drink the next morning. I get crazy Charlie horse. Interesting. I wonder what okay, that everybody drinks. I was gonna say, I was like, I think it's a hydration issue. Yeah. Sex injuries? I think I, I think one time I think this happened either sometimes you like, I think I was drunk and I like I went, I on the side of her leg. I slammed my by accident alley. And that felt like you feel you feel you break this is like when I was like break brusett x..
"johnny boy" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ
"Boy, I, I've understood Johnny boy. Johnny boy is whatever the result is e either called it and therefore I'm responsible for the wind or didn't go quite how I would have drawn it up there for it. Somebody else's responsibility when it doesn't go. He's the guy that waits to see what happens and then decides whether or not he was with it to begin with, I'm exhausted. It's sunny three games in Amari exhausted Jon Gruden out already. I'm tired because it's been three games, three different variations of what happened. None of it has to do with him. As far as I can tell them what keystone me, it's never going to be on him. Did you know? So foreign three games in three press conferences, post game and everything. Am I not ninety percent, right? I'll be honest. I who's not on board with this. I thought it was going to be a an unsuccessful experiment, but I did not know until you started pointing it out, just how deflected he is when it comes to responsibility, how when it does go wrong, he's a master at saying to that dude's fault over there. This is this is you do this. This is what this is what they used to always tell me when you walk in locker room, parcels do this, but you know the guy radio terms of pointing, you know, one way point another point, but not here, but they have been in every game so far, just about not demands game. They got blown out by the first half they were winning. I coordinate. But they have been one drive the Rams autism number game. They almost won multiple dress as on gaining two drives. I'm giving black and silver lining, the game. They almost one almost. And then this game they were winning again at halftime, right? They're winning in the fourth quarter. When we say the locker rooms about almost let's get shower, not quite go. Almost not quite good enough. I hear you almost when not quite good. I was wanted fifteen before we almost when all the game. We're all of the game. Right. Oh, jets look, great. Almost all Momo's liquid. It's time for ELLs. These top ten. Reader. Yes, for the Chris, Chris tiger top ten presented by altera mountain company adventure awaits, and do we have that stuff to play in the snow? We do even are heavy with my read excited. Keep listening for details.