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"johnny dean" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

05:49 min | 3 months ago

"johnny dean" Discussed on WGN Radio

"We have bumper stumpers like this one and all the ones we played tonight have a theme. This one included. That's right. And you can, of course, win by knowing the theme. You can also point if you just know the artist. That's good enough. And we got trivia question out there, which you can win by answering that as well. And when I say win, of course, keep in mind that the prices aren't worth supposed to takes to get them to you. It takes forever to get them and in some cases it will be about a year. I'm not making that up. So you're doing it for the fun of it is really the bottom line. But as far as trivia questions, yes, yes, we absolutely have one. And by the way, if you don't like mine, you can have your own category. Absolutely anything you know something about and we're about to prove that that we mean that with Johnny Dee and Youngstown because we've got another fine fine question for him in his particular category, which is hominids. All right, now as for as for you, however, I've lost the questions. Well, I knew it was bound to have it. All right, they're here somewhere. Thank God it's not television. You really don't want to see this mess. But I will none less mud through and find that that here we are. These weren't invented until the 1930s, and each one travels the equivalent of 30,000 miles on average in its lifetime. What is it? Now, Johnny, do you know the answer to that, but he certainly knows his hominids. So we're back to Johnny D, are you still with us? Oh yeah, I'm still here. And you like that you like Amanda's multiple choice questions because of course you have multiple ways to win. I just figure it out. All right, so here we go. The Lake said, the lay totally footprints found in 1978 demonstrate that the foot of the australopithecus afarensis was human like because it a had the length and configuration of the toes be big toes in line with the rest of the foot, see a well rounded heel, D none of the above or E, all of the above. Trick question. Well, the big toe thing, I was going to go with that align with the foot, but then you set a hill that's good too, or something. Well rounded heel. Well rounded heel. And the first one was all the toes were the right length. That was what you said. The length and configuration of the toes. Well, I know it's not none of the above because it's one at all. All right? Okay. It's one of those it might be all three of those. What do you think? I'm going to go with, I'm going to go with the E all of those. You're absolutely right. Notice I figured that out. There you are. There you are. You know your strep. Yes. Afarensis, whatever. You know it. Oscar Lewis and those were firm in Africa. That's lovely. All right. All right, so anyway, so you're back in high crime again with your help. Yeah, right. Well, they put me on one of those drugs saying, don't worry, none of the side effects will affect you. And of course, none of the mild ones did. Half of the serious ones call your doctor immediately did. So good boy. When I did an idea. You probably get those feelings. Whatever is a bad side effect. You probably think you're something to them. Well, no, see, the thing is most everybody expected me to have the mild ones, and I thought to myself, oh, this is great. I don't have any of them. This is all fine. And then I woke up the second day and whoops. Oh boy. Yeah, it'll be fine. All right, well, you lay in there. All right. And thanks, thank you, bye bye. Good deal. All right, so 888-876-5593, as you see, Johnny dean hoses hominids. Now, Stacy is an algonquin so Stacy. What's happened in tonight? Oh, it's good to talk to you Raleigh. I'm glad you're called. What's going on? Well, he hasn't been a good day. You know we've had helped me. Yes. So she was with me, Monday, and Tuesday, but you said she's seeing the doctor, and so she's in the hospital. What's wrong? Something with her feet. The doctor has to take care of her feet. Oh, well, that can be serious, so she's probably in the right place, but it does not sound fatal, so she's going to be fine. And then I have so Nora called me and I said, well, you know, I kind of hope I have a doctor's appointment. Monday, somebody okay, she'll get the equity. Then I find out desiree, mark of her in the hospital. And what's wrong with that find out what's going on with her problem. And what do you think it is? Well, she has a lot of stuff. She can't walk and everything hurts and she's bipolar and I'm trying to help everybody and I feel terrible that I have to hang in there. Yes, you do. And so I'm trying to, you know, I was walking around the house. I just, you know, usually

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"johnny dean" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

08:29 min | 3 months ago

"johnny dean" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Radio. I'm Robert James. There's another gift on our bumper stumper. Yeah, that was a hit in 1959 on calico. Maybe it'll help you with the theme, maybe not, but there is a definite theme here. Certainly as far as the artist, I have a feeling you know that quite easily, where we'll see. As for our trivia question, this word was first used in a movie in 1934 when a character explained his clothing. What word? So the star explained why he was dressed that way. And hence the new work. Well, in this context anyway, so 888-876-5593 88 88 Raleigh, Suzanne and Chicago is going to give us some more guesses. What he thinks Suzanne okay, I don't know if I'm looking for an adjective or a noun or what here, but how about swanky? Well, I like that. That's not right. Shoddy? Nope. Nope. Nope. Grungy? Nope. Did I say disheveled? You did now? No. How was your elegance? Nope. See that bowl in a bowl or half? No. But you're describing the clothing. I would describe the actor because he was wearing this I can't believe you think you understand something and then you think you don't. Yeah, I would try to describe the actor. Although some of those adjectives would have done that very well. They just didn't happen to be right. Unlike each continent, well, if you think of something else, call me back. Okay. You know, this tribute is really good because it's the only time I give my mind totally off the world. Oh, good. Yeah, it's harder and harder to do, of course, because my job is to come up with a question that can't be easily looked up online. You know, trivia used to be really easy before that. Now, trying to come up with things that you can't really Google, it gets harder and harder. Right. Well, thank you very much. Thanks for trying and appreciate it. All right. So 888-876-5593 88 88 Raleigh. All the hominid king, Johnny dean, Ohio, what do you think, Johnny D? Oh, hi. Good night, everybody. Well, it was you and your last song. Pretty much. No, it wasn't. It was close. There was a debate in Pennsylvania for the senatorial. That's federman fellow. The debate. Good night, everybody. That's great. That's pretty good. I like it. The day after what could you do is then it was all right. Good night, everybody. I love that. I don't want to make fun of that guy. You have a stroke or something. Oh, oh, you mean he wasn't trying to be funny? No, he was devil's answer. I mean, that's how he came in. Oh, all right, because I think it's a great good idea, everybody. It's a great line. He should have just walked off the stage after that. But anyhow, all right, where are we at now? What's going on? Well, are you going to answer the trivia question? Do you want your hominids? Well, yeah, but then I was going to answer the trivia question, but then you broke it down with the last woman there and you said describe the actor. Yes, describe the actor, not the clothing. We'll see because my original thought when I called in Johnny didn't even ask me answer, but I was going to say continental continental. Ah, yes, out of your continental mind. No. No, there was a style. Yes, I know. I know that. I'm well aware. No. Well, you're well aware, but you know, for me, it was a big thing. My mother told me one time I had a pair of pants or without a belt loop, you know? And she said, as a mom, I just think that's the continental look. Yes. And that's a little okay. You know, that's where I learned it. I was about 13 or so. But anyhow, so go ahead. So then I want to take a multiple choice, so how many questions? Of course you do. All right. All right, so here we go. Okay, wait, go ahead. Lucy was an important find because it had a, a locking knee joint. B, an extremely large brain. C walked on its knuckles like an ape or D, lived at the same time as homo erectus. They have very large brain, Lucy, a little bit bigger than a champion, obviously. Home erect just came along a couple million years after that. I think. Okay. Well, any other two walked on its knuckles like an ape and had a locking knee joint. Well, it didn't walk on its knuckles like an ape. Okay. So then that would narrow it down to something to do with these locking knee joints or could walk erect. You are absolutely right. Okay, I'll take it. All right. All right, talk to you later. Bye bye. All right, so yes, Johnny knows his hominids. So Leah, in Marcus hook, welcome back to WGN radio. Hi, Raleigh. You're feeling better? Well, better than last night, but still just absolutely terrible. Oh, I'm sorry. Well, it's a long haul and it's my fault. So yeah, absolutely. I know, I know that, feeling. Yeah. Exactly. Okay. I have four. The only thing I could come up with was slovenly. No. Staffer? No. Off feet? No. Eclectic. No. Now, okay. But nice try is all of them. Thank you. I appreciate it. Yeah, and again, we're describing the actor and we're describing the actor because of what he's wearing. We're not describing what he is wearing. All right, so Brian and Joliet wants to do charts, hello, Brian. How are you? Fine, thank you, Ali, and I'm glad that you're feeling a bit better and thoughts and prayers that you feel better, better and better. And are you going to be on tomorrow night? Yes, I am, but I will be on after the ball game. So I figure I'll be on about 11 central. Okay, good. I'll be listening. And I was going to say, I love that song by the skyliners. Well, you knew that. Jimmy P knew it, too. All right, so you got this nice word is true. All right, well, both of you get credit then. Okay. Anyway, I'd like to try a top ten. Halloween 1967. Number one, to sir with love. Lulu. Number two soul man. 7 days. Number three, it must be him. Dear God let it please me. I shall die. My gosh. Oh yeah. Very melodramatic. Was on limiting. Oh, hello. Hello, dear God. Yeah. Yeah, I know the song I don't know the artist. Vicky Carr. Well, they are okay. Number four, expressway to your heart. Expressway to your heart. Yeah, you know this. I'll explosion? No, but you got soul right, so try it another one. So what?

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"johnny dean" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

06:21 min | 3 months ago

"johnny dean" Discussed on WGN Radio

"I love that solidly. Little lightweight thing going on. Those loving fools Romeo and Juliet. So 888-876-5593 88 88 Raleigh. Johnny dean. Welcome back to WGN. Hello, O'Reilly. One of those. Last night, some guys, hello, Riley. That's fine. That's fine. So what's going on tonight? I'm by myself. Beats being with someone. Say that again. It beats being with someone you don't want to be with. Yeah. I guess so. Yeah, I like being with me. I'll tell you what. Yeah. I like being with me. I like me. But anyhow, our cold, because I told John, I want to talk about John dolphin. Yes. Yes. But the only question that I had about, you know, because actually I want to talk about all about a year ago, maybe a little bit less, you told me to look up John dolphin, which I did. Yes. And then you also told me to look a guy bootsie call. I mean, duty Williams. Yes. Now, the question I had about John adolph, which I think I asked you once before. Did they ever find out whatever happens to that guy that shot him? No, and I have looked and looked and looked. You're talking about Percy ivy, Percy. Percy ivy killed him, and I don't know if that was like a nom de plume because I have looked for this guy in all the prison records I can find. I've looked for this guy in news accounts, and of course when he shot him, this was everywhere. You know, everybody reported it, but then nary another word. It's like Percy ivy just up and disappeared. So if there's anybody listening who knows what the heck happened when Percy ivy murdered John dolphin tell us yeah, I like to know. I would love to lead us and he went into the witness protection program. I don't think so, because I don't think there was any reason to protect anything having to do with John Dolph and truth be known. But, you know, I mentioned earlier that art lebeau, when he came to LA, he was by in time on care KD, Amy simple macpherson station, and I should mention that actually she was dead a few years by the time he did. But he left after a year, and that's when John dolphin realized, oh, wait a minute, I can buy time on this station. And he buys the time, and of course, puts huggy boy, dig hug in the window, and the rest was history for you. Do we have the boxing too? I don't think he was a boxer. I don't know. No, no, no, no. Who had the barking turned it into boxing to the arena or something? Oh, no, you're later with his widow and all that, yes, on central avenue, yes. Absolutely. But that wasn't adult. Yes, but that wasn't at the height of this by any means. All right, but here's my main reason about that of Raleigh about could you told me and I never did look up to G Williams and you had said that he met a tragic end. No, he actually didn't. He actually didn't. If I said that I misspoke, he died in 1991. And he how was it? About a hundred? No, he was 80, 'cause he's born in he's born 1911. And he had a lot of the early blue records. You know, the red fox stuff, things like that, you know, the bordering on obscene type records. Yeah. And he had a bunch of people like red fox, but he also was, he recorded Johnny creech who will, of course, later became Papa John creech and he recorded a course that yeah, right, he recorded the penguins, you know, but the big thing on due to, and it was due to not do tone, but due to were these party albums that it would be like red fox and other people and party singles too and EPs. I still have some of these laugh of the party were what some of them were called. And that was sort of a favorite. It couldn't be played on the radio, although it usually was double entendre rather than absolute smut. I used to my friend who used to have them. I had a friend and I guess he's still my friend, even though we haven't had any communication in years, but we still listen to him. He had him. But he's a guru now. What's that sitting in California where all the yoga's hot the yogi people live in Northern California somewhere? In Northern California. I'm talking about well, it could be almost anything like sausalito could be anywhere. No, no, this is a community of. Yogis. Right, right. We have one in Arizona, Sedona. But I'm sure there is a community in California as well. Yeah. And yeah, my friend. He's like the high priest. Okay. He's like a high priest of this community. And when we were teenagers and every day, he was the, he was the least likely guy that you think would go down that way. Oh, that's usually the way, isn't it? Yeah, he was like, yeah. Well, he was on the border of they told him the way we catch you with one seed. Going to gel. But any one of being a high priesthood of the heart to yogis out there in California. There you are. But anyhow, yeah, so

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"johnny dean" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:41 min | 5 months ago

"johnny dean" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Letting the women of putting the women out in the outside fields and stuff like that. I remember they put one with me a lady was a and she was about 5 foot and she couldn't reach the ladder on the back of the ladder at the truck. So we had 6 foot ladder steps. She had pulled that out. Put it on the curb, reach out and get the ladder down and carry the ladder. And she did the work, you know, I gave her credit, you know? Yeah. And then he found out, I don't think it was found out they realized that they could work in the central office and make the same money that installers, which you can make. They can work behind a sign doesn't make the same money or better. And a better quality cost basis. Well, good deal. This is an altogether good report to keep me posted. It will be interesting to see if you make it to Oregon or if you decide to check out Laramie again. Let me know. Now I will. All right. I'm going to ask you to play the theme song to wagon train, but I know you thought it was. Well, you're probably right about that. All right, thanks. Appreciate it. All right, so 888-876-5593. That would be 88 88. And we'll get, oh, got Johnny dean. We got James on the south side and Mary and Chelsea going to talk a little dick bartley. Well, that's always fun. And there's plenty of room for you too on WGN radio.

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"johnny dean" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

06:13 min | 6 months ago

"johnny dean" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Gives you love is like money in the bank, but if you take another return, you've got to cover blink 'cause when you cheat on a man that's too old tell me now who's cheating WGN radio. I'm Riley James that of course is little Milton who's cheating who in 1965 on checker. After four on the R&B charts, 43 on the pop charts, reynard minor who wrote it, said we should play it and he's so right. Yeah, her name could easily change to Paul. Yes, indeed. We're talking to truck a rich we were talking about the electable white castle. Now here's the deal, rich. You still with us? Yes. Okay, good. If you lift up the bun and you put the onions aside and the pickle slice, you discover that they have cut three holes out of the center of that little patty. And I always felt that that was dirty pool. Right. Well, now I see a program on fast food on the history channel. And they said they punched the holes in them so that they could cook them faster. Yes, I heard that. I heard that malarkey too. But I think it just cuts down on the amount of food they give you. Of course it does. I don't believe that you can cook them faster theory. They're not much thicker than a piece of paper. How long does it take to cook that? Right, right. Yeah. And then you were talking about that. Other foods that was a stew or a chili or whatever. It was. It was very mystery. You've never had mystery meat unless you had one of the original MREs that the military called me over to eat. Feels rejected by everyone? Yes. And they had a mystery beat patty in there that was dehydrated, something. Right. And soak it in water. Warm water, if you could heat it up and then just powder that you'd put in it. It was either a pork patty, a sausage patty, a hamburger patty or a ham patty. It was the same basic thing that you just added flavoring to, but we're in the world thought that life as we know it was ending because of Y two K, all these survivalist companies started to sell these emergency rations. And I had the misfortune of having to sell them when I was in Philadelphia on WWD. And they said, ours are really good. We'll send them to you so you can try them. Well, of course, you know my deal with the fire department. I don't cook. They don't come. But I got somebody to make one for me. And I thought to myself, the only thing that this meal produces is gas and a lot of it, and I couldn't imagine. And there's oh no, ours is the ours is the creme de la creme of MRE. They're like, oh my God. No thank you. No, thank you. And they still sell these. Right. And well, now the MREs are actually better. I mean, they've got real food now. Well, some of them, but you know, I've never thought it was a good selling factor factor to say military style MRE. No, don't say that. Right. Well, for the military, they've gotten better because I think after desert storm, everybody came back and threatened to kill the people who invented them. But young lady was talking about the food. He killed those pizza dough things she was talking about. Yes. They call a beer nuggets. And what was the fast food place you were looking for? Was it what we were looking for? I don't know, and what Rockford beef or rue is my favorite, but in decal, there was one and I don't remember its name. And I liked it too. Got an idea about where it was at? No. I wish I did too many years, but I just remember having a fun thought of the cow because they had some fast food I liked. And it was dead. It would be Jerry. No, it was, it had some cutie name, but I literally, it's so long ago it's just gone. Okay, yeah, because I know there was a place called prince castle. Yes. They had square ice cream cones. Yes, it wasn't them. Yeah. But yeah, it's I can't and I think sergeant pepper's has gone now. Yeah. But there was, I can't think of it now, but there wasn't much fast food places over there that were better what they've got nowadays. Yes, absolutely. And I remember one of them in particular, I thought, this is pretty darn good. I'll have to remember that, of course, I can't for the life of me, remember it, but it's been a while. There's one that I can think of called alleys, and they do frozen custard, but they've got like. Fast food menu type deal little burn like a little drill. Yeah. Like a dairy dairy dream. Right. Offshoot of dairy Queen. They had those in North Carolina. Yeah. All these frozen custard. Yeah. All right, well. All right, good day. Take care. Look forward to listening to you Monday. Sounds great. We'll do trivia appreciate it. All right, so looking forward to that. I don't remember if we have straggler or not, but Carol will send me straight before Monday. I think the skyline Chile is kicking in. It may be a while before I get to the replay after the show. Because I may be falling over. All right, Johnny dean Youngstown. Welcome back to WGN radio. Nobody could eat dirty hamburgers. Oh no, really, you could because they were, you know, they were paper thin and they weren't much bigger than a silver dollar. That's awesome. I used to work with a guy that I was from Cincinnati. You start by them white capsule things all the time. Do you ever hear of Jay's hot dogs and gyros? Yeah. You did

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"johnny dean" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

10:13 min | 6 months ago

"johnny dean" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Transfer your rally James don't mess with no 1966 on Tamil that are number three R&B chart 7 on the pop charts and Mary in New York and Johnny dean Youngstown wanted to hear the more than happy to play it. All right, so before I get to a friend here in a moment in Leah, I do have the globe as well. And one of the headline is Texas cop tells all I saw aliens pulled from the Roswell crash. And I'm thinking, wait a minute. The Roswell crash was in 1947. This is supposedly a former Texas deputy. He'd be over a hundred years old. So I look at this thing. And yeah, it's come to this, the globe is reprinting articles from 1999, or at least paraphrasing them anyway. And he's convinced, so I'm able to tell you about the aliens later, who knows. In the meantime, we've got Fran and Austin. Welcome back to WGN radio. Hey, Raleigh. Well, as wanting to talk a little bit about social media or I call it antisocial media. Yeah, absolutely. And what is it that causes some people, no matter what, they got to spill their guts on social media. I think it's because. People, for one thing, the more outrageous you are on social media, the more attention you get, and people who do that are craving attention possibly. And maybe, I mean, I know younger people, but that's their whole social life is on Facebook or SnapChat or whatever the different things are Well, yeah. And you get a very skewed idea of what reality is. Yeah, and I recognize that some of them are nicely rewarded depending on what they're doing like TikTok and all that, where they're making a living being an influencer. And that's a subset of people. But I'm also talking about people who otherwise wouldn't know TikTok from a tic tac, and yet there they are, you know, there are middle aged two and fourth everything in their lives, and my other thought is if you have this need to use social media as your, you know, your psychiatry method of choice, and the very least set your settings to friends or private or whatever you can do so that you're not regurgitating it to the entire world, including the guy with a gun who will come to kill you. Oh, I know. I'm amazed at what people put out to everyone. Yeah. You know, because you can send it to your friends, or you can send it to all the Facebook, or it's just some of the things that people share. But I've also noticed that that's happening with people when they're talking about cell phones. It's like, I was at the doctor's office one time, and I heard more than I wanted to hear about this woman's sexual escapades of the night before. And she was talking, I mean, she wasn't trying to lower her voice at all. She was talking about the volume that I'm talking now. Yeah. And she's just saying all these personal things and as you said, they'll put things about their divorces or something and they'll even put one of the things that drove me nuts was when people used to want to leave. Oh, I forget what they call them. They're called something where it tells you that so and so is that right. Those burgers, you know, or something like that. Right. Exactly. Okay. Somebody knows where so and so lives. So and so is not home right now. There are bills burgers. I can go rob them. Well, sure. And this doesn't occur to people. And I don't know. I don't understand why. You know, there's a disconnect here that makes no sense to me. Yeah, well, you know, it's interesting because everybody is the king or queen of the keyboard. And you can feel like a big person when you're just sitting there and nobody's going to react to you in real time. And I just think people just don't think about what they're doing and they want they either want attention. I used to I used to go on there sometimes when I get bored and I get really depressed because I think, man, everybody's life is better than mine. Or worse, depending, you're just choosing the wrong things to look at. Some of them I look at nice and damn. I'm doing pretty well. Those things might not even be true. Well, of course you know that I think they're having so much fun and I'm just sitting here you know. Right. And I don't have any friends and they have all these friends or whatever. But those aren't Friends. Those are Facebook followers, unless you have friends that you're following. And I don't know. I mean, I've made friends with people long distance I'm that sort of thing, but I think I don't know. There's something really, I think social media is probably brings out the worst in people. Well, it's certainly revealing. This woman, I found her who got fired from her NASA internship that we're talking about before the news. Apparently, it is a young lady, I think she was about 21. Her name was Naomi H, we have this that was her Twitter handle. And she says, in all capital letters, everyone shut the F up. And she wrote the word. I got accepted for a NASA internship. Well, next thing you know, Homer hickam just left one word. He said language and he's a former NASA engineer. So, of course, Naomi H didn't know that, and she replied, suck my, I'm working at NASA. Yeah, and yeah, she described the anatomy she wanted sucked. In any event. Right. Yeah, various body parts actually multiple. That's when from NASA revealed his identity. He said, and I am on the national space council that oversees NASA. All right, so she deleted her conversation and obviously must have felt chastised, but apparently people who she had a falling out with a while ago sent it to NASA. And next thing you know, her internship is rescinded. Now, this guy who wrote the word language, he felt terrible about it, because he said, that was not my intent. I don't hire, I don't fire. I don't have any say, turns out I looked at this woman's resume, and she absolutely should be at NASA, but the comments clearly were inappropriate. Well, and he's trying to help her get some other space job. I don't know how many other space jobs you get, but whatever. The deal is that he or she is, she's bright enough that she has a resume that's not going to sock off people, clearly she's all right in hard sciences, but somewhere along the way, they never taught her social discourse. Why it would be okay to say that. It's amazing. Yeah. And. It's weird because we used to have privacy. We don't. No, of course. Of course. You've given up that. We've sold that. So. I don't know, because, you know, anything you do on there is going to come back to bite you. And it used to be your private life was your private life. Well, I don't really have too much sympathy for people if they put it out there because people know that or at least most people should know that anything you say on social media or anything like that can come back to bite you. And anything you know if you text on company time, they can read those. If you talk on the phone, they can listen. So I think people have just gotten used to the cameras everywhere and used to the different things and they just don't even think about. Keeping it private. Look at all the people who come on these shows like Dr. Phil and he had a good show today on social media at which and yeah, he was talking about how. It really gives especially women because you can use all these filters and things to make your picture look the way you want it to. And people are making themselves look totally unrealistic. It's not something that they could ever do. And it's bad enough, you know, we've always had women are always judged more by their looks. And that kind of thing. But how shall I mean, how you can really mess up somebody's head with this stuff because they want to look like that. It's worse than the fashion magazines, I guess, from what I'm understanding about what they're showing. Well, probably so, as far as far as that, yeah, there are so many facts of this, but the part on this porno H and I say poor, not because she lost her internship, but because she was stupid and off the way she lost it. And her comment at the end of this was the one that won

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"johnny dean" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

04:49 min | 8 months ago

"johnny dean" Discussed on WGN Radio

"On your question about the medieval people You know Yeah I do So anyhow now you know I think I told you last week I better go see a psychiatrist or something okay Okay Because my answer you're saying that they had to impress a part of person you know to remember something Yeah All right So what they did I'm thinking they would a person with self mutilate themselves like cut their arms or something like that They get a scar And they'd always remember why they got their score You know that's a great answer It's not right but that's a great answer All right Here's another one Okay They took a guy and they punched him in the mouth knocked a couple of teeth now Yeah that would work Yeah you know I always remember Yeah that's not it either but that would work Okay Damn I don't know Like you said this was from 20 years ago I haven't been listening to you for that long but I remember something about throwing a young boy in an ice cold river so you'll always remember something You got it You got our question Oh then I just ripped it I travels afraid to say that 'cause man that was that was a no 20 years ago That was about 5 years ago 5 Ten at the most They take a young kid Right Maybe about 12 11 12 and they tell them the story of what it was they want to remember right And then they pick them up and they fling them into a nice cool the river and the shock of it was embedded in his memory What they wanted Pretty much it They didn't tell him anything what they did was they selected a young child to observe an event they wanted remembered To observe the whole thing start to finish and at the end of the important proceedings they fling the kid into the freezing river And then the event would be impressed on him to the point that he'd remember it and throughout his lifetime he'd tell it Yeah that was it That's how I came up with self mutilating in there I'm thinking of what you got to do something to make the person remember you know Well you're a winner but you think that but here's what probably You know Egyptians like the one woman said they had hieroglyphics you know and man you know a long time ago they had writing the Arabs and stuff like that So then why the heck I'll tell you what happened won't fell He went into the dark ages Everybody forgot everything they know They love There's a certain amount of truth about but the other thing is that the common man quote unquote the average person could not read and make heads or tails of the hieroglyphics or whatever So this was a way in medieval times for the story to be remembered for everybody But you are a winner but if I do this again and you remember the answer for God's sakes don't call There's only so many of these questions That's why I said I was right so sorry All right good deal well thanks We'll add your stash All right bye All right The professor was James magaw And the book was memory and emotion And what he did was he stated that before the written language was commonplace for historical records a young child was chosen to carefully observe an important proceeding and then directly afterwards she was thrown into a river cold river so the event would be impressed on him to the point that he'd remember it throughout his life and repeat it often So yeah that's the deal All right Johnny dean well so much for that question Okay all right Well here's another one that I think is also probably a reused question I'm not sure More of these were sold in the year after World War II ended than at any time in history There are still sold today and they were sold before but the peak year was the year after World War II more of what were sold all right And we're talking in a billions 888-876-5593 That would be 88 88 rally We'll get to Dennis the first time caller And let's see although I think he was answering the last question but maybe you'll know this one too or maybe he'll do all the bumper stumper coming up There is another one right now on WGN radio.

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"johnny dean" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

09:24 min | 8 months ago

"johnny dean" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Of 5 Americans for this Were what 8 8 8 8 7 6 5 5 9 three 8 8 8 rally Sherry and Naperville is going to take a guess why you think sherry Oh I'm first going to give you David's guest because as all of her he's usually right People under 30 years of age No Okay good Okay So I guess those are all count that Factory workers Nope Okay this is all one same thing I don't know what the proper phrase would be Housewives homemakers stay at home moms Nope All right Non graduates from either high school or 8th grade Nope I like that though Well I know my grandfather left at 7 30 to go work And he was still around then So that's what I thought And then my grandmother's both of them did not drive So none licenses for driving Nope All right how many am I in I think 5 or 6 So give me another one Okay Let's see Half I have no clue Moviegoers No Let me also say that when we talk about it with Americans we have to qualify it When we talk about it worldwide those figures apply but they are not in any way qualified by any condition But you will at the end of the hour you will Okay I have one favorite ask Whatever the first word is say it like they are they're blah blah blah And then wait ten seconds so we can pop off things as in our heads And then lay the boom Oh I don't know I don't know I'm not sure I understand But I'll try Well like the subject Okay The subject of what they were or were not Leaving word Okay It's just a favor All right well I'll see what I can do I'll try to figure that out All right thanks All right thank you All right so yeah clear as mud kind of like this answer but yeah in America this is absolutely true but it's a qualified statistic And obviously when we're talking about this we're obviously talking about statistics of some sort A worldwide it's unqualified It's just absolute fact But in America it's a qualified 50% of people in 1950 were this 20% of people in America in 2000 were this Were what All right so let's see We've got Karen in Chicago going to take a guess What do you think Karen I'm going with entrepreneurs Nice but not right Okay thank you All right thanks for trying Yeah so 888-876-5593 Suzanne and Chicago is back What do you think Suzanne Oh hi I've changed my mind about these since your last comment but what about young people moved out of their family home after high school or college back in the 1950s That's interesting Yeah it's a good guess It's not right but it's a real good guess Okay People who voted No Who use fountains No God I remember in school we had to They wouldn't let us use anything else And handwriting thank you notes No Oh God what a law start that is Well I was thinking of wearing hats for dressy occasions but other than that I don't know what All right well thanks for trying I appreciate it Okay bye Now remember there's less of them now than there were And of course those answers would qualify for that So let's see Johnny dean Ohio is back What do you think Johnny D On the one Scott's one bourbon one beard that'd be David thorogood No it would not Yes he did He made that signature But I played the original Oh okay Well I don't go back that far Yeah well that's what I played I would not play a David thoroughgood record All right thanks for trying it No That ain't my thing Oh I'm just guessing that that but I thought that I know I won earlier with my David Dubois Dubois But so on the trivia thing I'm thinking 'cause I watched a video on YouTube a while back and I what you said might not make sense Not fit in there but about how qualifier but I watched a video on it said that the majority of the population of the United States I don't know if it is now I don't think it But of English English ancestor New York No No All right All right I'm sorry thanks All right tartu soon All right so not ancestry related So 888-876-5593 Let's see what that takes us to Andy and aurora What do you think Andy I think it's people that are doing it No it's not But that's interesting No Nope What would you like to hear I'm sorry you got to say this again I'm not hearing you and I don't know why I don't know if it's your phone or what so give me again Hello Okay let me put you on hold and you tell John and maybe he can make this out All right and because I can't All right so we'll find out on that But Jeff and Bradley heard a bumper Reno so what do you think Jeff All right soul sister how are you happy with Memorial Day Indeed you two That was not thorough good that was Avis millbourne Yes Amos Melbourne 1956 on Aladdin the B side a chicken shack And all right Yeah it was released in 53 as an aside Rudy tombs wrote that as well Does that ever chart Oh yeah Yeah I got to number You got to number two as an a side Oh okay All right On the R&B charts 1953 but not I was going to say David chart pop Well no but remember the Hot 100 didn't start till the middle of 1955 So it would have been a different type of chart Oh that's yeah You're correct about that Okay have a blessing Holiday and I will be praying for your transmitter Well thank you thank you Hang on a minute don't go away we'll have a John confirm your win but don't just stand by the post office All right so because it'll take a while All right so let's say he's right though Jeff and Bradley knew Amos milburn you bet you'd say miss milburn All right so now this is interesting Well we got Laurel and Alma park What do you think Laurel Hi yeah I knew that as well the Amos mill burns on urban one scotch one beer Well hopefully you'll know the next one Okay I was too late Yeah but I bet you will know the next one So be listening for it Thanks Okay thanks Charles All right good deal So yes indeed All right 888-876-5593 And oh what am I doing here I've got two James is on the south side And I don't know which James on the south side we're dealing with So we'll try this one first and see if anyone's there Are you there James No all right so maybe we lost James on that line and picked him up here So James are you with me I'm an art side Yeah okay you're on the north side Well I think I just hung up James on the south side All right so James on the north side what do you think Well I think tobacco products No I'll try it again I hope so Thanks appreciate it Worldwide it's universal 50% in 1950 and I didn't want to give this out because it's too damn confusing when I say this and 20% in the year 2000 But in America the statistics are exactly the same but it's a qualified answer And you'll see exactly what I mean I know that is just clear as mud isn't it I don't know I don't know what other hints to give you 888-876-5593 on WGN radio The.

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"johnny dean" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

09:34 min | 10 months ago

"johnny dean" Discussed on WGN Radio

"WGA Andrea I'm Robbie James you got two hours to spend together I hope you'll stay with me that of course is in fact Charlie McCoy You turned 81 this week hard to believe That actually charted I think that's a number 99 for one week but well that counts sort of And there's a fine record all the way around That was on cadence You're saying number 99 on the Hot 100 so happy birthday Charlie McCoy Greatest harmonica player ever Nashville ever seen And he still with us glad to glad to hear that All right so we have Ruth in great America has a song request all right Ruth What a fantastic fortunate show that was this evening and still continuing So as the request for when the saints come marching in the month of March because they bought always felt a juxtaposition for the month of March and that song and it would be for the peak silent walking club that marches in the same and parade I'll try to find it I'll try to find it by pizza for you Right And I think that the lady liberty very very powerful lady She would be very pleased to know that the felt and walking marching unit would be blessed with when the saints come marching in Now Mario address is one 24 So I'm going to make a sticker for a forever step Of abundance All right I'm just not doing it for the new moon I'm going to get a sticker that says abundance And then I'm going to put that check into the envelope with the sticker where the postage stamp should be And it's going to send it right back to me And my own little box and it will be fortunate forever And abundance forever Well yeah I like the sound of that Yeah it just keeps getting more fortunate all the time Okay so that was it I had my request toward the wins the saints come marching in We'll do it Okay thanks All right so happy to do that And joining us is in fact the lovely and talented songwriter extreme Johnny Dee and Youngstown What's up tonight Johnny Dee Are you there Well why aren't you there No it's probably my fault I'm just not sure what I did Clearly something All right so we'll try it again No let's see Try it all again All right so we'll see Johnny D going once going twice are you there Are you not No he abandoned us abandoned ship I think he wanted to talk to Marianne actually And I pale by comparison That's for sure I don't see ghosts or anything else I barely see things that we all know are here with us So 888-876-5593 88 88 Raleigh will do it to it You know I'm always looking for things that might be interesting to talk about that isn't really news And this was one where I just looked at this and you got to be kidding me New York City of course So right there you've got to be kidding me right They've got a clean air program Well of course they do It pays a bounty to people who snitch on other people Now how this works actually is the snitcher gets a cut of the fines imposed if a video truck or other commercial vehicle is idling for more than three minutes Actually a truck caught on video not necessarily a video truck a truck of any kind It doesn't matter Or one minute outside of a school That's it So if you see a commercial vehicle of any time idling and they've idled more than one minute into school zone or more than three minutes anywhere else You get $87 and 50 cents for turning them in They get a $350 fine Now you know considering where some people are economically I can see why this really might be a draw I also can see the result of if the person being snitched upon is aware who did the snitching Yeah that might be a medical bill that's a lot bigger than $87 and 50 cents But that's their latest brain trust in curbing curbing pollution So there you have it 8 8 8 8 7 6 and Johnny D 5 5 9 three by the way that in case you were wondering is 88 88 ROL YE and that takes us to Johnny dean Ohio who's calling back all right he's back Yes we're all in on hi I hung up Well that's not the show You know Marianne kowalski so it was over so But I'm still here You can talk to me I know absolutely nothing about ghosts I know well when I called back John said that I had told John that I wanted asked Marianne about the Quincy situation all right I wear one actually Every day I know Well I know and John said to me well you know you can ask Wally because she knows all about the Quincy right Now wait a minute but I was when I was going to get on with Marianne kowalski I was going to say I was thinking hello Mariana I have a question about the lensing oil or something that's a rinsing and I was going to see how she reacted to that you know She's heard it all You think I couldn't because I was going to ask I was going to say look Marianne Have you ever heard of Amy Yes she has How do you know Well I do know You do know Do you know that Because we've discussed it Probably turned on is my problem So that's the evil eye Sign of the horns We've discussed And I was going to tell her that as she was going to say I was thinking she was going to say well the Malik and she knows about it And I was going to say well you know well he thinks that's a hard temper Very nice You know what I mean Very nice Yes yes you'll be here all week try the veal There you go What was I going to say Well yeah I wanted to talk to Marianne koski but then I was going to ask a lot of the work the royal ten Well you know here That's all lovely but when she's on we have people who actually feel their haunted or are worried about this So we usually defer to them So don't be a wise guy Yeah right It's not the stand up hour because we only get an hour And so too many people have real concerns I see Well I don't know I was thinking a big chance because you know I'm sitting over here in my bed and I exactly a decent so you said she could see you Well if there's a ghost nearby otherwise otherwise if there are no go she can't see it That's correct Okay All right Because the deal is the reason she can see what's going on if there's a ghost as she can see what they see She can see through their eyes But if there's if there's no ghost prison she doesn't see anything What do you call that Oh you'll call it anything It's just something she was born with And there's other people who can do it You know who exist how public many of them are I don't know But there's that girl that all those life what's the name the one that was born Stacy Right She has a friend You know in the car But I don't know whether she saw it rondo as a ghost or whether she saw him after he'd crossed over I see That's not the river sticks now is it It's hard to say We don't know too Yeah Last night Really I didn't want to talk I was going to try to talk to Mary Ann but that didn't happen I was thinking better off for it Oh this falls act of weird Say that again I said we're all better off for it Now you were thinking Yes Not again because and that's another question I have for you because you know a lot about a lot of things So I asked that question Just to get your opinion all right Because since you know so much about so much stuff and everything how am I thinking How is this blob of Proto plasma blob brain thing How's it making me think How's that happening Oh you know that's the real question And there are a lot of different theories on this and the combination of the body the brain and the soul or the spirit if you will.

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"johnny dean" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

08:17 min | 11 months ago

"johnny dean" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Is because it'll drive me crazy and why is the country record too But it'll come to mind and if you've already thought of it call me and put me out of my misery meanwhile sherry and Naperville is back Yes hi Hey sherry thanks for calling back Yeah sorry It was my fault to not yours With your phone system Anyway can I quickly just say a shout out to my cousin Jimmy AKA James you talked about with all the hospitals And you know he is a great storyteller which is on my grandfather's side during his mom was one of his younger sisters I think younger But anyway they have great storytelling abilities If you ever get on the subject of horses yes Jimmy Okay Because he owned a lot of them and he would make me come to some of the horse races and finger the horses and they would win Oh my God When you say horse races did he own like thoroughbreds No not that kind because he thought that was abuse The sulky or harness racing Okay And asked about dancing Egyptians That is a great story The only thing I know about horses John used to have to video the steeplechase races And talk about it Talk about people with more money than brains Oh my God And oh yeah that's true Yeah this is a serious deluxe buck set But what was interesting is every Christmas party that have a big deal and I remember one time we went and you could see the people who could barely walk anymore because those were the people who used to be the jockeys and they broke literally every bone in their body And yeah just horrible and you think to yourself wait a minute You know after the first fall wouldn't you give that up Oh no no I had to wait till you were permanently injured Oh well I don't know Jimmy could address that better Yeah But anyway I want to just say a couple things about your doctors Out of curiosity is strong category and is what The hospital named stone cutter That Sloan Kettering is in New York Oh sorry What Are there any hospitals in Arizona that are Teaching hospitals Yes and no And sometimes they do and sometimes that's not And there's a Mayo but it's an interesting situation where they don't want anybody on Medicare And there's a long deal about that But we actually have been going a pretty good hospital as far as reputation you know high rankings nationally and all that What's really got my mind bent is how often this stuff is happening everywhere There was an expose in television news and Sacramento in January about how all the major emergency rooms had 8 to ten ambulances just waiting in line in front of them because they wouldn't allow the patients to be delivered because they didn't have beds Right Well well in today's game time with the COVID stuff And I know the nurse burnout I mean the pharmacy when I wanted to get my first booster shot with David You know the Walgreens that offered them as well Other than the Albertsons jewel I'll say I don't know what you would source it by you But the Walgreens they have three songs quit on them because they were so frustrated with stupid people And that's the thing It's frustrated with stupid people And I want to say that I remember having to take the U.S. Constitution test in 7th grade You get into 8th grade and 8th grade I had to take it again to get into high school and high school at the senior year to get into college and at the end of college I had to take the U.S. Constitution test But I'm telling you I took biology I took human biology stuff and I think that there should also be a prerequisite to go anywhere in life Because I'm just so frustrated that we have all these variants and we were a privileged country and we could have gotten all these shots and not been proliferated sweater of things other than the and then we called it Denial of a senior person Anyway I'm going to go back to the hospitals and doctors But you mentioned GPs And I remember going to a GP when I was a kid and my mom would take me a Firestore to test for blah blah blah and doctor funso I think it was unless it was very very good But when I got older somewhere in the late 80s it's not that they switched titles but there was a higher title than GP And it's called internal medicine doctor Of course right Yes internist And I just want to make sure you knew that because to me they know much more than the specialists because if you think about it the specialist cardiology blah blah blah blah blah They are in this little bubble It's not part of the big picture No I'm well aware and actually like I said I'm not a fan of allopathic medicine in general So I'd rather have an osteopath than an MD if I could but more than that I'd rather have somebody who was more in line with naturopath So I come from a very different perspective I don't like pharmaceuticals And I don't like to treat symptoms No no no I mean the things I went for didn't have you didn't have to take pharmaceuticals I mean one time doctor Ramsey gave me unsafe kind of playing and that was to decrease the pain after I fell on my shoulder after trying to mimic what's her name Sinéad O'Connor Wish they had video Oh yeah but anyway sorry I injured my shoulder and I went to a sports medicine doctor and he told me some therapy and it helped quite a bit but the cafe wants to stop the swabbing kind of thing All right I'm running out of time as usual No that's fine Talk to you But I just wanted to make sure and you guys need a second opinion I think we need a few dozen of them All right thanks I appreciate a sherry Thank you All right All right You take care Wait I want to show you one more thing Yeah Okay David said he's a bicyclist Easter race just like the Tour de France kind of stuff but not that prominent But anyway he said a just so you know a very Well trained bicyclist his waking heartbeat is under 40 beats Oh that's absolutely true But John is a couch potato So it's a little bit different But thank you thank you I think when I give you some optimism appreciate it Thanks All right Okay If John was an Olympic trainer and all that stuff it would be very thrilled At this point well not so much All right so Johnny dean knows the song We're going to find out in moments I do hope right here on WGN radio A new planet fitness location is now open to celebrate You can join now for no one Roman fee $10 a month no commitment We're ready to welcome you with tons of equipment and free fitness.

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"johnny dean" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

05:44 min | 11 months ago

"johnny dean" Discussed on WGN Radio

"WGN radio I'm Raleigh James and bumper numbers a to Z working on the letter V well all the artists names either first names or group names begin with a V and this is no exception as a group name begins with a V and yeah I don't know what to tell you about them because it's a file on the computer and I thought I knew what label it was on and what just popped up for me was epic and I have a lot of trouble believing that All right but maybe and maybe you know who they are and maybe you can tell me more about that because I'm not buying it necessarily But we'll carry on and of course Monday night trivia which means on Monday night call however if it is in fact Friday night when the show replace sit back and enjoy yourself and call on Monday So we are wrapping up here quickly wrapping up according to one survey of American car buyers we determine the worst car of the 20th century was the yugo the Vega Pinto and gremlin were also on the list one more rounded up the top 5 and Johnny dean Ohio I think he knows what it is So what do you think Johnny Dee Hey ladies of the night Yeah Something like that You tell me Listen I was open to the WGN app and I was open here a Blackhawks game And I got me I got you She's on that Well on that card thing I told John had free after I got four I said Vega which was one I said oppo which is not one And I say chevette You got it That rounds up the top 5 Chavez Uh huh I also had cobalt down but nope That's number You got it That was one Yeah so the 5 worst cars of the 20th century according to car buyers where the Hugo the Vega the Pinto the gremlin and the shove bat How about that Well I got a little story about the Vega Oh yeah Could I say that Sure All right I used to build a Vega In other words in 1970 they made that car at awards time assembly plant in lordstown Ohio Which I got hired in 1970 Yeah I worked in the body shop where they assembled the body well the body altogether okay It wasn't like a body shop where you fix card yomi It was like they assembled the body like the skeleton of the vehicle Yeah All the metal in And In 19 well there was one where we got the camera around with a big giant card that they put in some offices out there or something For everybody to sign because for the first time in production history at any General Motors plan in the body shop assembly For the first time they assembled 100 cars or 100 bodies an hour for 8 hours straight In other words yeah no I got it I got it Yeah that's amazing Yeah it was amazing It worked just like they worked just like robust Precisely Well I want to sign that card You just work with the deaf practically Hundred cars an hour for 8 hours straight Well you know when you're talking about a hundred cars an hour for 8 hours straight by about the 5th or 6 hour you really wonder what is the life of that car How well is that going to run really Well it was a bigger Yeah Exactly Exactly My body's like they didn't last long You know what I'm saying And you have your answer Yeah Well you know okay And then did I give it Yes you did Absolutely Does this event You're a winner hang on Don't go anywhere All right Johnny Dee got it So that means we have another question coming up And all the lines are busy which means that when you hear somebody hang up like when Johnny Dee completes talking to John confirming his address for the prices that we're taking forever to mail to you then a line of line will be available for you New question You ready 1440 Americans sought hospital treatment for injuries related to this recreational activity This is in one year And I believe the year was 2003 But it seems to be an annual thing 1440 Americans sought hospital treatment in one year for injuries related to this thing This is a recreational activity What is it And you might say well 1440 doesn't sound like a lot Any injuries related to this recreational activity sounds like a lot to me At least one that would cause you to run to the hospital And there is a line available for you if you want to try it 888-876-5593 Fran however in Austin wants lyrics Hello Fran Hey Raleigh Well that's an interesting question Um Anyway I'll just go ahead and do lyrics And you want to know the answer to that You want 1969 lyrics Yes Give your love now to whoever you.

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"johnny dean" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:48 min | 1 year ago

"johnny dean" Discussed on WGN Radio

"And I cleave Duncan along with the penguins will sing Her WGN radio James and that's members of El Monte We were talking about this last night with Johnny dean Youngstown And yes Frank Zappa wrote that 1963 original sound And of course our Monte legion stadium That was the place to be providing you didn't tell your parents you were going because they would never have approved of that location But some of the best Easter egg music best soul music and all that El Monte legion stadium That was the place All right so 8 7 6 5 5 9 three Rick and Northern California Welcome back to WGN radio Hi Raleigh How's it going All right how about you Good Yeah hey that's a new I did know Frank Zappa wrote that song that would have told me Yeah I was a huge fan of that you know He loved you still a music and do up and all that stuff adored it Well I know he was in a group called baby ray or his group Beatty ray in the ferns I think they were was that to do off version of what he was doing at the time or I think he was always just having fun So you know all the way around He was not genre specific Most people remember him for mothers of invention and stuff like that But his reach was widespread Right But he was always sort of underground Absolutely But baby ray on the ferns is a great name but that was how's your bird and all that Yeah Yeah Well that was more of a pimp obviously And ray cobbler And he do comedy stuff like you go to jeans north or nothing fits and you know some of you Exactly We did most of that stuff at a studio in cucamonga Okay Well right I've heard of the city And wow all right down there Southern California isn't it Absolutely It's kind of not far from Pomona It's sort of like that LA county San Bernardino county I know I know where that is yeah for a part of it And then there's Rancho cook the monger There is absolutely a little more already Yes Yes So you know when you talk about hot dogs I've heard this thing here It was steady with about two three weeks ago And you know my eyes rolled I don't eat too many hot dogs Sometimes when I'm stuck at a Costco and you know I don't want to get out Hang on Stay at that Costco eating that hot dog and we'll pick it up in moments right here on WGN radio.

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"johnny dean" Discussed on Bleeding Green Nation

Bleeding Green Nation

06:33 min | 1 year ago

"johnny dean" Discussed on Bleeding Green Nation

"Rather you're mad about this money for monday and also. I don't think we're talking enough about john fossil and he's like an old guy like mean maybe he's just like a fossil in the nfl. My shirts thing was a lot better than that. Just for the record so the cowboys. It's fourth in twenty for the chargers in cowboys fourteen to eleven which was a halftime score. Gami by the way. That's how i know i think that's like that's it's not hard obtain with you right. Yeah you could go for two and then get a feel like yeah. I mean it happened to the eagles. I mean so i mean to that point but anyway so back to get the ball back about their own ten yard line. They have timeouts too many warnings now. Whatever on fourth and twenty. John fossils sends the house and the cowboys rough. The punter in the chargers got a new series of downs. They end up attempting a field goal that they miss But remember the cowboys won this game. Twenty to seventeen and so. This was pretty reckless from john fossil. And so on monday. He was asked about this and what he was thinking and he said i was thinking that cowboys fans you know. Wanna be bold. And so i did it for them. You know 'cause we we went after it and it was like what am i. I kind of think he was trolling like. He's probably just annoyed that he's been getting heat for this. But i i mean i don't. I don't believe that he seriously did this. Just like i can't believe the knicks serianni seriously called the phillies special to rub. You know eagles fans the right way but it is possible. I have one knicks. Johnny dean merit to hand out. But i think you'll hate it. What is it. I think that sometimes coaches want to make things about themselves like john john. Fossil clearly wants to be the guy that developed the like insane. Play that the team won the game. Because of knicks serianni is trending in this direction. I think nick. Johnny is very aware of his physical. Appearance is guy works out right. Guy looked sharp and instant polls and stuff. But he's doing this weird stupid highlighter on the side. Front of the visor. the it's very very matt patricia. of say oh well like. That's at least what i've noticed like. This is not something where you know. Like actually on the subject of mike mccarthy. I remember The america's game on the two thousand ten packers. He talked about how he He sticks sharpies in the back of his cap to like. Hold them there but like he takes the cap off and just like puts it up there so the sharpie like rubs on the top of his back. You know what i mean. So he always ends up with these like you know marks on his back. This is not just a convenience thing this is nick. Serianni try nick. Syria wants eagles fans to dress up as for halloween input little highlighter. 's on the side of their front visor. I'm telling you i. I'm i'm in on this before anybody else. I respect the observation. I don't think it's true because serianni is really like hands on out of involve guy to sing him. So i imagine he is using that any is doing things just because i've seen him like he's all over. He has a lot energies. Everyone's face like. I don't think he just has that end for the looks whereas mattresses seems to succeeds kinda like mosey around and whatever chewing gum or whatever and Having i think serianni actually is actively engaged so i i fully agree with that also another observation though while we're on this. Do you ever think it's weird. How you'll coaches always like wear all black. That's always what. Don't to andy reid like. Just wear all black. Their colors act is not even officially one of their colors like know the eagles go like the accent like black accents in or whatever and they obviously have the all blacks jersey but like it's not even one of their main colors. It's weird to me. I am actually really glad you brought this up. Because when i was watching the game with my Wife and my pants cowboys game. And all the chargers coaches had gray pants. And i thought the coordinated this right mean was a. I used to call high school football games and all the high school coaches would do the same like i. i really believed they. Would you know. Go to the head coach. It'd be like okay guys. I bought these at ross. You know what i mean. So it's the ross on on whatever street by whatever go they have every size baba blah will expensive whatever so. I think it's definitely a thing. I also think a thing this year. I've seen more coaches biaggi wearing t-shirts like the drive t shirts and i ever have before you know. We've coaches have different set ups right like some some go polo's some go the half zip. Some some go hoodies right. Depending on the weather some do the full out jacket. Whatever some kind of have zip shorts thing shorts of on monday night football matlock. Fleur had a long-sleeve underneath a short sleeve. Dry fit or he rolled the sleeves up. What are you doing. you're wearing to shirts. And you're rolling the sleeves. Up and dan campbell. Who's also incredibly fit at a again. A short sleeve t shirt. The caller is just a standard t shirt. I think the t shirts are coming in hot for. Nfl coaches now. It is such a football guy. Move to do the long sleeve thing. I don't know that really. I know like in the summer again watching eagles training camp. There's so many coaches that have long sleeves on. It's like ninety degrees out rapper humidity but Do the long sleeve. so i don't know but i feel. You should actually talk about the game here this week. But i have one last thing and it's a listener question because that's what we're here to do on the nfc's mix tape. I've mentioned before shoutout to josh. And the man league and the pga touquet society loyalist. Nur's they are to the nfc's mix tape and he asked me to ask you biaggi specifically the message on discord said. Will you ask bill. Gee if that's the most opposing team jerseys he's ever seen at the link. There were so many niner gang out there. That's a fair question. I'm thinking back to other games and vikings had a decent amount. Obviously that was the nfc championship game. So they're gonna make sense at different. That's not your standard thing right. There was the home opener either. Way for the eagles. The fact that it's even debatable. It's kind of sad. yeah. I don't think it was like a sense of like eagles fans weren't there though you know what i mean. It wasn't like a lot of empty seats and they were filled up by forty nine. Sands i think part of it. Is that the forty niners. Haven't really been here in a while to go back to twenty seventeen since last time and they're also very bad. Obviously that you're those. Cj beathard starting quarterback and also kind of like a rainy day. overcast day. That wasn't the nicest day out. So maybe it's kind of just at the forty niners haven't been in philly in a while and obviously you have a.

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"johnny dean" Discussed on The Nicole Sandler Show

The Nicole Sandler Show

07:01 min | 1 year ago

"johnny dean" Discussed on The Nicole Sandler Show

"He's just in the wind somewhere. No nowhere to be found. I think somebody somebody asset question We publish a story last week. Somebody tweeted out photo. I don't know that's a recent photo but it's Know it's a it's it's another piece to the puzzle here you know and i i really do believe it's a. It's a very very important piece of the puzzle. You know this this story or the story you know about the capital riots. The insurrection what was happening. Who knew what and when is a is a narrative that continuously has evolved over. the past. Nine months yet is on multiple dude. Assignments and documents are very very important and so because documents will help. Tell that stories on pleased that we were able to get this. Get this out there and to do so By overcoming the obstacles that were in our lack. Of course and jason leopold again. Congratulations because you you rock You know so so this happened. They were so unprepared. They did that. The intelligence either was lacking or covered up or whatever and now and again i knew that was an important day on capitol hill congresses and session. They were certifying. The vote it was there was there should have been tons of police. A big police presence there while now we have this january eighteenth and what are they calling it that i'm sorry September eighteenth this coming saturday. They're going back. And i guess they have permits again. This time the police are going to be out in force their redirecting the fence around the capital congress. The senate is back in session. This week against the house comes back next week. But it's a weekend so it's not like they're going to be conducting business. But i expect. There's going to be a huge police presence there. What do you know about. What's happening on saturday and i have kind of around. I mean there there will be a big police presence in it. It does appear that you know. They are acting on any all intelligence this time and it's with regard to the capital. It does not appear that they are going to allow As far as i can tell any protester demonstrations there. I can't be a hundred percent. Sure that because i also don't know what the what. The rationale is the reasoning behind if they were to deny any request for permit right but Yeah i mean the the you know. The law enforcement presence is going to be quite big dry the different administration in place to and we know that this is not a friendly crowd to the current administration. so it's also one of the lessons learned. Yeah shit big lesson learned you know and and it will be very interesting to see you know who actually or how many people show up in what that what. It looks like this time around absolutely. Hey jason we've only got a few minutes left. But i'd be remiss if i didn't ask you about what's happening down in guantanamo bay. Now you you did a lot of work covering The torture covering abu zubeida covering the you know what went on in get you were there. Yeah and i was thinking. It's funny that you mentioned abbas better. Because i think we spoke about this many years ago asked his diaries. That's right. we talked lending. His diaries are incredible because it really lays bare the hit his journey from a from an engineering students to this Jihadist abu johnny dean. Who went to afghanistan and he in his diaries. He talks about the arrival of this. You know this new group. The taliban were taking over Afghanistan I mean as far as guantanamo. There's it's it's still a black hole. Secrecy i mean it's it's has stock in time in another time. I mean even though on the outside here we learn so much about you. Know what took place with regard to the cis torture program when you're at guantanamo. That's still something that cannot be discussed been really with the twentieth anniversary of nine. Eleven happens last weekend. The you know the they're they're still arguing over what can be introduced in the you know as far as evidence in the trial of khalid sheikh muhammad And who who has not been tried for the crimes that he's accused of perpetrating or being the mastermind behind the nine eleven attacks. But there's still a few dozen people who are at guantanamo They closed one of the high value. detention facilities there that held the cia detainees right. And it's you know it's it's still it it it it still goes on. I mean it's it's Yeah it's it does not appear. That could be any effort to really close. Oh l. held on. Oh i cut off our audio hold on one second. I got to bring her back on. Sorry yeah i wanted. I wanted to put up the picture of you at at camp justice but i lost audio my war. Why can't we be friends. Insurance little message. I t shirts But yeah guantanamo. Eventually being after the i think to try to return there because january twentieth anniversary that it's been open and like i said. A few dozen dozen detainees are still there and as you can imagine they're getting very very old yes well but now there's a trial trial is finally happening twenty years later or is it going to finish. Our i mean is this action. The trial is ever going to. I don't think it's ever going to happen. I mean there's still you know in the in the pre-trial cafes arguing over what evidence can can be introduced and the government. Is you know fighting the defense attorneys and arguing against any any introduction of evidence that may pertain to their own torture. Amazing all right now. Here's.

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"johnny dean" Discussed on The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast

The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast

07:26 min | 1 year ago

"johnny dean" Discussed on The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast

"Everywhere you know. Hit a first of all a very attractive young lady. No question about thank you going on over there. She's a beautiful young lady and to see this woman. I've seen you perform many times. Live the live. Experience to rome doesn't even compare to her songs view. See this young lady live. Don't tell us about that when you get on stage. Is this thing. I love about house. Music roman barbie so inspirational like you kind of lose yourself in the music when you get up on that stage are you feeling nervous or you focus To tell us about how you feel. When i'd state why not get on as i mean i i. I think i like it in your article like beyond say apparent into a different person. And that's me. I turned into a different person Like when i see fantasia thing she turns into a different person And you know. I see myself. I mean we have different. Sounds that i've been see myself in her Patti labelle retha franklin. All the town into different people seventy new death knee you know. Is that takes. It's another job. There's another outer being you know and it takes control you know and best me you know i i It's almost like is the people that are around me. I feel them. You know. So i think to them and i know i'm not nervous. I've never ever you know been nervous. Made you know unless you know somebody called me. Be careful it's bad area. Watch you know. I might. I might go to that area to god. Called me to whack myself like you know. Now they're not going to happen like what there's about being in or even going to the area there say that put it in my head but other than that you know. I'm a different person. Someone else takes over eleven. Take over you know. That's thanks for sharing a great answer. No barbie komo. I've been in seventy eight relationships in my lifetime of breaking up the barclay. I've been seventy eight relationships in my lifetime in couple not a relationships. And then what few of those relationships barbie out. I i dated a few singers and i dated one disco queen back in the day. Okay and learn bobby. Who won the the lady danger. She wouldn't stop singing in the house. Singing dawn are you in that house If i mean if you're in a relationship or not or if you've been in a relationship you wanna singers that If you man is laying up in a house you just want to watch sports center you to start singing out of nowhere in helping what you start singing. What i'm saying if you're in a relationship dated a woman who was in i was in a relationship with a woman that was a singer back in the and like enduring saying like like maybe i wanna cool out and just chill watch. Tv and then all of a sudden she'd come enrollment starts singing a whole lot of see. There was a whole lot of singing going on now. The dawn relationship or not on a snowmobile. But have you ever been situation where you you you call it now. Which man you know he wanted. Et's when he dental. And hey you out the room singing you do that. No and like If it was like something planned. And you knew i was going to do kind little nancy. You know dinner something. Yes but i'm thinking you know. Because i don't like that shut up. You know. i went to school with johnny dean and he used to always bus out now. You always you always fi myself. That's got up. that probably wine on his soul. You know who is behind like no shut up about it gets aggravating. Sometimes but you with a person all the time you know you out thinking like come on now. Throw up now sydney sydney. If i was dating dawn so love is the way she sings. I'm by my won her the single almost every night of the week to me the when it. This isn't like yeah. You don't wanna sing me a little something you know then. Maybe i'll do it. But i'm not gonna know whip out because now i know i am in l. and the way my mouth is sometimes just thinking you know so. I'm say sing honey you one place with it. Let's class z. You you you it gene. How long you been performing during I don't know. I can't put a year on a number on it but I would say you know since high school maybe middle school I graduated high school in ninety. One so I it's been a long time. It's just been getting better and better and better. I mean. I'm not where i want to be but i'm where i'm supposed to be so right and we're going to get we're going to let you go in a minute but we're gonna let you know we're gonna find out you know we're gonna let you know she's in town in a few weeks. I would love everyone. Come out and see now. Don't listen to so barbie house music festival's coming back. I think this year because it was shut down last year because everybody was dying every day. And you know i i also have a still called. This is what it is in the air wednesdays next season in september. When we come back. We're going back to base. But that's something that we're gonna talk about the house music you know festivals that are coming back And how last year they were pretty much shut down but the talk was you know free versus paid events you know And now all.

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"johnny dean" Discussed on THEMOVE

THEMOVE

09:23 min | 1 year ago

"johnny dean" Discussed on THEMOVE

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"johnny dean" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

12:46 min | 1 year ago

"johnny dean" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"To latkes like taliban not only one loss as giving them amnesty to these misogynist you own bladder st humans and try to bring them in power and machine power with them and even gift international recognition to terrorists. No doubt that situation will be more disaster. In for years i have called for. We're draft a foreign occupation from our county it as i believe nation collaboration per another nation. Now it has been lost people as well that us enacted. We're not honest for them in now from one end. Usa matto as the puppet regime as an power continue to barbarism a. I can stop people from another enter that terrorists taliban i continue to get flashes is it and all these other terrorize and a no doubt that with a former draws these foreign until that for the short term people will face more economy and insecure long. But for the long run. It is the interest of our people because they set up from this kind of so-called democracy as they give back view about democracy to our people and day again say this big life passed on is off the us neck. Great people off they use and around the world that the apparently actually we are leaving las ghanistan but the puppet mafia regime remained in power and they are supporting more these other terrorist. The brand of their arrests like the is is like a taliban warriors at each of these from as the disastrous situation. Try to catch on fishes in our country a anywhere that the is long guys that foreign our fear our country in the western in neighboring countries. There is no chance that people will pay a little bit in. Peace and amanda. You've talked about these criminal. Warlords and criminal mujahedeen. Could you explain who are complicit with the present a government of ship money and have been up for the last twenty years with successive upon governments. Who are these criminal. Johnny dean who in fact are being armed by the government to fight. The taliban now dow now were new of some of the matter is twenty years. They're buying power like the law like say off-market highly on who killed by brother and crete. Like and this listening before long between hekmatyar obvious fascist. Man who has named boston the blacklist off the. Us has a long list of the duma nice woman is nation and he will come in kabul like a groom and common power as willing than name after peacedale insulation disservice. Manet's another example that by this now was never peace democracy human rights in our country. The name of these warlords. They're all does most of them who are in power and also some western technocrat who compromise with them because of the dollar and because of the position high position in chairs that they have unfortunately and That's why situation of afghanistan on his buddy disaster today and the only demand of afghan people as they must come to the floor. They must be prosecuted. Seem about the taliban. This piece that us enact will stocking up is more dangerous than walk. That result will make more unite the sworn enemies of democracy peace in justice and our boss more worse will be released on the disney clamping. These justices meaningless that only demand. Afghan people is justice and our people. The wide giant into part one is most people have grindstone fight against the ratio invasion. They are real mujahideen. Downhills back up on a small poor about eight fundamentalist extremist parties at the elitist. Now in power some of them. I mentioned you can see and human rights watch. Amnesty international in many book has been written is for infidel was for leading afghanistan. My book this report long that to do about them now. Down in all of the the lord is is. The taliban in nature is same in all fighting for the same phone like dogs born off the power also not going to the dogs anyway. Our people really fritter from this disgust inclement ponzi off the us and nato what responsible for the content is the situation of my country if they honest for afghan people when they are leaving the country they take all the latkes these bench puppets in these terrorist for themselves. They have one will do it to fight the back the just because of the dollar because of the and because of fun muster they are filling people are still continue to get baptism. Terrorism against people in fact was a was a big tall the hindu the us network never countries use it for the one and trust for the policies in the people of my son had a victim. And never want to lose this. Sarah i'm giving moves on paul about the taliban and faster twenty years. They in fact they played the game of coming january star west one day. Divide these terrorists who two-part moderate taliban extremists tolerate. Make no sense or another day. For example we simply don't released five thousand terrorist from the jail. It is clear that most of them giant again off continue as they giant. And also that many example that we have according game of tom. And jerry that i said they are not suggest to defeat these star wars some of the taliban leaders of the taliban mulamba salaam say mullah. La vie shimmy. This less can't be wrong. We'll have to sell day all day. He pulls in a couple of safe for life in the safest ariel expanses. The government paid nobody of the past. At least to see apologize to have people while our people want to come to court or this book lactic our men call. These terrorists disinter broaders. You'll know when they are being society and accidents shed the blood of the innocent people and from this. Did this gasping. This situation disaster situation. All these was also mess us. For example there are paying for their fighter. Six hundred dollars per month because millions of upland no suffered informed joblessness. They all had some soup but a project for justification of your occupation. Now again tyler. One office either the back there the actual project that to career job for have gone people they never worked on because they don't want afghanstan stand on. On three rd for example they didn't build factories and many other examples that we have like this. Anyway that they are not honest for have people and now david trade this. The people have were damning but these terrorists taleban as they have been of the appeal is that day. They should not attack the starbucks. Do not attack the troops that foreign tubes even puppet tiny consist that in the past four years taught five thousand afghan security forces not only survive anti-foreigners about account and also analysis anymore as i sit in the name of peace of consolation bring them in power to betray an deputies and money do that they have with them and not only what What the us. And also these other. Neighboring countries has for example. Now there are going to give control of the air quote a couple of to narrative dab movement nondemocratic regime of portugal. Hold on who is supporting theater. Is is one exploiting in afghanistan more in the terrorists taliban i guess this act and we have many example like this that they want to. They don't want afghanistan situation the iming data ability to come in afghanistan because of the add on a the agendas that they have in our country and I have many other example of their I am just going to interrupt to say as the. Us troops leave. What message do you have for the american people. After the for the united states longest war in its history and for president bush who be who is the one who led the war into afghanistan who said that he and his wife flora did it for the partly for the safety and security of afghan women. These are shameless. These are big lies that now today. Fortunately it become like an open secret for the great people of the world as well in fact invested dubois of your soldier the taxpayer money not only detroit. Afghan people the bladder. Five thousand people has no value for them as now. What more fuel and the fire in this situation by according these extremists terrorize no doubt that they must come to the international criminal court for the war crime that they made it all. These warmongers criminal. Walsh that obama commit that crashes chomp and now the biden who followed this disgusting permanent policy that they they don't care about the wishes i have gone people how much they are tired. No doubt that the people toasty for the piece but sp's this piece. This is more dangerous than the war. They wash afghanstan. More to adopt ages is not only. The situation applies on what they did. Hero of the war crimes committed raised this criminal from syria. Libya your mind. Line to palestine were the taught lynching this list. Not only the terrorists in afghanistan dies. You had the taliban that they are supporting. Also the poco head on apple ceo often i s up about this prolonged that this other town was moved onto. We have ten seconds. You continue to name names as you did in. The afghan parliament is the youngest person ever elected there and then you were thrown out. What gives you the courage to continue to do this. As you remain in afghanistan self is to give me courage to support awesome. I'm people these wisely. Suffering people that saddam the of the justice loving black people off the war that when we want to withdraw the tools that we are asking the meantime florida Celerity of antiwar movement loving justice-loving siegler movement terminus movement that they should not leave Afghan people do not allow them to forget again. Afganistan in is these terrorists that bring paula in this war imposed under this new african people. We have a new re except off to a from tribune. I asked my people men and women. That as i believe in equalize that time that we put the second hand issues aside all together to unite and organize to fight for our country because again i repeat an insert that no nation can donate liberation to another nation and this twenty years house. Another example moved that far north. We're not honest. People malalai joya. We thank you so much for being with us. Women human rights activists in afghanistan youngest person ever elected to the afghan parliament suspended in two thousand seven for publicly denouncing the president's of warlords and war criminals in the afghan parliament She's author of a woman's a woman among warlords the extraordinary story of an afghan woman who dared to speak out next up we go to south africa where thousands have been arrested in demonstrations against poverty and equity and the jailing of the former president. Stay with us.

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What would you do with your money if you had 3 years to live?

Radio Night Live with Kevin McCullough

00:40 sec | 4 years ago

What would you do with your money if you had 3 years to live?

"On investing strategies for today's needs. And tomorrow's goals. This gives bucket strategy investing presented by the wealth advisors at Lucia capital group. Now here are Johnny dean and Rick the professor Plum. Have you ever finally going to get to the topic this out what you not only an hour late? Johnny dean here with professor Rick Plum. Hey, you know, what this show just goes? I tell you what whatever. Whatever topic is at hand. That's what we're gonna talk about. We try to have something nice to bring to you every single day, and whether the set top, I don't know how many people actually look at our set topics. Anyway, you know, we publish these things in this big national registry. Or maybe it's just on Facebook. I'm not sure which, but we'll tell you coming up on this program tomorrow, we're going to be talking about, you know, rental properties. We're going to be talking about the four percent rule and all that stuff. And then you might tune in might hear that or you might hear it later on or in some cases, if folks have brought up something else that is worth discussing. We'll put it off to another another time. But anyway, the topic at hand at least for today, and it doesn't always have to be in the first hour, and it's going to happen. This hour has to do with the four percent rule. And I said rule, although I don't really mean rule guideline how much of your money, can you? It really comes down to this. How much of your money? Can you safely in quotes take out of your portfolio? Without completely destroying its longevity. I mean, really heck I could if I was gonna leave live three years. I could probably take thirty percent of my out of my portfolio and be absolutely fine. Learn how are you? The big income drop at the fourth year. It really is is a huge income dropped. But even if I knew I was only gonna live three years. I just imagine that I I don't know. Hope you don't. Well. I mean, I would hope not for whatever reason, you know. Let's just say that. If I knew that for certain even taking thirty three percent or thirty percent out of my portfolio that may not even last me three years why? Because maybe I'm using the wrong distribution method. You know, if you'd use the balanced portfolio in two thousand eight for that distribution portfolio, how long three years wouldn't have made it three years. I have been lucky to make it to the average balanced. Fully was down like twenty five percent from peak to trough in that period of sure. And what if I took thirty percent out of that? I mean, heck anyway, so the point really comes down to this that it may not be the amount that you take four percent. Three percent. Two percent five six percent. Although that plays a role. It can it's more your distribution method. It's more how you're taking it out.

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2018 is Worse for Cryptocurrency than 2000 was for Dot.Com Bubble

Radio Night Live with Kevin McCullough

02:04 min | 4 years ago

2018 is Worse for Cryptocurrency than 2000 was for Dot.Com Bubble

"We're going to talk a little bit about taxes. I know if you tuned in the previous hour, we're gonna talk about that. We just ran into some other things that came up, and we made it bring up a couple of things that we brought up last hour. We'll do the little bit later on this hour just to let you know what's going on deadline looming for some people. Here in not that not that long actually. A month or so. And then there was something else. Oh, yes. I lead with this in a previous hour, I won't go into it again. But for those of you who keep track of these things this year two thousand eighteen has been the worst. For a crypto currency. It's been worse than two thousand was for the dot com. Bubble remembered dot com bubble. Do you not NASDAQ was five thousand some odd and going higher next thing? We know I don't even know what it went down to twenty thousand pretty low, and maybe even been lower than that. I don't know. What do they say? The let's see it was here. Nasdaq composite index showed a decline of seventy eight percent during the during the worst of the time. So it had to have gotten down to. Well below, you know, twenty five hundred 'cause I know it was in in at the end of February two thousand one it was right around five thousand something and whatever the whatever the high was it went down seventy eight percent, according to Bloomberg. So anyway, those are you folks who are into that hole. Cryptocurrency bit whatever just understand the risks that you're getting into didn't seem like a risky deal back one a year or so ago, and that's about what it was just like dot com. Stock seemed like a sure thing back in the late nineties. Trouble dot com. Socks was that. It really was the thing to do for about three years. This whole cryptocurrency thing was sort of brand new to people and it jumped out at them, and it didn't last long at least. That's where we stand today. So anyway, NASDAQ came back, I don't know if this whole cryptocurrency thing will but just understand their risks. There are big risks in doing what you're doing anything like that any new technology. All right. So anyway, coming up this hour, we're going to be talking about something else. Taxes and avoiding what we call the tax headache and twenty nine thousand nine some of these things we have talked about before at on various programs at various times here in the past. But I want to bring these up anyway. Once again because we are now just a couple of weeks away from starting the fourth quarter of two thousand eighteen there is enough time. I think when we talked about this whenever it was in July or early August. There is still a good part of the year latte for people to do something. Now as we're getting just toward the fourth quarter of twenty eighteen you really are starting to run out of time to make any moves that are going to be effective effective for you to potentially not necessarily not necessarily lower your overall taxes, although you still have time to potentially do that. But to avoid having to pay in April, or whenever you file your taxes when you thought you were getting a refund.

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529 Plan or IRA

Power Trading Radio

01:57 min | 4 years ago

529 Plan or IRA

"Love the question that we had just turned again. I'll feel yet. It has to do with Mark in San Jose was asking a good question. Now Mark was fifty nine something already late fifty nine in the late. Fifties fifty nine and he's got a son like a year and a half old fool, man. But okay. Hey, good for you. Good for you. If you can handle it. I am. I mean, I couldn't there's no way. But if you can handle it great. All right. So he's got but he wants to save for his for his education. And he's got a decent amount. He's been saving money into a five twenty nine to Brian. He's got enough to put away maybe to do both the five twenty nine and a Roth at his question was do. I do a five twenty nine plan or a Roth. Now the five twenty nine plan. Professor Plum, there is one available each state has their own plan at least one and you can put your money in any states plan doesn't have to be the one that that that you live in although many if not most offer states offer some decent tax state tax incentive of some kind for new except for the state that. Right now. The Mark living lives in California. Nah. You get nothing. And you'll enjoy it. It's the parents used to say you get nothing enjoy it. So like when we bugged by mom, what's for dinner poison and you'll like it. Yes. And you'll eat it. Yes. Rat innards just say poisoning disgusting. John. Never did that. I I she couldn't for me because she was a great cook. And we always had good dinners. Showy showing we still joke about Shelly blew it. Twice that I recall in your entire childhood on an experimental dinner. Yes. Okay. Yes. One of them was broiled bologna and cheese. What? Yeah. So she got it out of a cookbook somewhere and wanted to try. It was awful. I think they still use it as a doorstop. All right. So that was one. And then the other one was something called, Meatloaf, puff and chill. You can ask her about it. She just didn't work. Yeah. Didn't work and we loved Meatloaf. But this was awful. Anyway. All right. So but besides those two how did I get off on this discussion? All right. Besides those two. She always had good food. So she couldn't say anything. She was making was terrible. It was always delicious. Let's see. So I went from that. We're talking about five twenty nine plans can't recall. All right. Anyway on the five twenty nine plan. You can invest in anything. I mean any state's plan whether they give you a tax break or not, you know, that's entirely up to you. How you decide which you know, if you wanna use your own states or not, but the five twenty nine plan has limited investment options. Obviously, they're going to give you a less. You can invest in these maybe the only thing that has going for it perhaps is that with a Roth IRA you've got a limit of fifty five hundred or sixty five hundred dollars to contribute for year. Five twenty nine plans offer quite a bit more significantly higher. Limit. Yes. Significantly higher limits. Is it? Hundred thousand or technically it's five years of the annual gift so seventy five thousand dollars. That's what it was. Yeah. Thank you can go higher. Yeah. And there's that per year. No. That's just that's how much you can put in there. Well, no mean, you can continue to contribute until the account is in the quarter million dollar, right? Okay. Maybe that's what it was. Yes. Anyway. So you can put a whole lot more money in. But if you have that kind of money to put in I mean. I don't know. We came to the conclusion that the Roth IRA was a much better idea for our caller, Mark. Let's see if you can if you got one or the other you can't afford to do more. You can only afford to do the one or the other. Yeah. You start with the Roth fully fund the right? I mean, if you can only do five put five if he knew six, and you're fifty years of age or older put six in the Roth if you can do ten I sixty five hundred in the Roth, and then you can use the extra thirty five hundred. And the reason we say this because mainly mainly because of the flexibility both accounts five twenty nine and the Roth IRA you're putting post tax money. And so there's no deduction upfront will leave alone the state tax incentives, which may play a role, depending on your circumstances. We'll leave that alone this post tax money going into there's really no incentive for that. They both grow tax deferred potentially tax free. Depending on how you use the money. And when you take it out now for the Roth after five years and fifty nine half tax free for whatever use it for the earnings and the contributions with the five twenty nine. The tax rate only if it's used for higher education,

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A financial strategy relevant to everyone

Bucket Strategy Investing

02:28 min | 4 years ago

A financial strategy relevant to everyone

"Okay. What's happening today? Well, here's a strategy that is relevant to folks, especially now because we've seen some market highs. We just hit a record high here in the S and P what a week or so ago two weeks something like that little while back. Yeah. So, you know, here we go again, it's like the ninety fifth record high in the last eight years, whatever it is. Yeah. Eight years. I don't know couldn't be because we didn't really go back to the high until like two thousand wonder where the s&p recovered, but it took till like what two thousand twelve something like that. I don't remember it took some time. But anyway, we've seen a bunch of record highs over the last five six years recall it. And this means likely that your bucket number three, or your equity portfolio is somewhat higher than you had, you know, maybe count on all those years ago, and it usually maybe looking at this on a year-by-year basis at least when you're quote unquote, prophets even though they're only on paper. Are up. Does it make sense to maybe take some of those profits off the table and save them for when profits aren't so good, professor Plum, this technique called value averaging. And as I said last week when we tease this topic. It goes against instinct human instinct that we have the rational brain says. Yes, you should be doing this. Yes. Yes. Yes. The emotional side, which often takes over investing says why in the world what I ever consider trimming off something that's been growing like a weed over the last seven or eight years what because we want to trim. The weeds back win is the best time to sell something. When you have a very good profit. Now does that mean that it's going to not go up further, and you could have had a better profit? Well, it could keep going up. But it could also go down never again on paper. John talked about paper gains paper gains are wonderful, but they can turn around and go the other way before you lock in the real game. You can't spend paper games. You can't protect paper gates paper gains mean that I bought it at X, and it's currently showing as why which is why being a higher number. But until I actually sell it. I don't know what that why is going to be in the white could be higher or lower tomorrow could be higher or lower next month. So when should we be looking at potentially selling something when we have better than expected profits? Do you think there are people out there? I'm sure you probably have seen although the people you work with you may have dirty discussed this concept of value, averaging for there have to be a lot of people out there who have maybe done this bucket strategy more on their own, and they look and they see that they are. You know, how we see your house rich? They are bucket. Three rich. In other words, it's it's far above where they had intended it to be at this particular point in time. Not intended, but expected we all intend our portfolios to do nothing, but go up and up, and we really hope that they do fifteen to twenty percent a year. But that's not the expectation. The expectation is to hopefully average maybe eight nine ten percent a year on average. That's an average sub years. It'll be higher some years. It'll be lower some weeks things. And it's interesting. The the the mindset the behavioral finance side of this. I was speaking with somebody over the weekend. And one of the biggest issues that a financial planner deals with isn't the the financial side of the house. It's a psychological side of the house and helping people work through themselves, and they Billy we saw people who when the market went down earlier in the year, and we had a high in late January, and then it dropped quite a bit in February. March while they were freaked out. They didn't want to sell anything then because it had dropped. And then when it comes back, and they say well when it gets back. We'll do we'll take some cream off the top even though they were a lot higher than they thought. They were going to be at the time. Now, they don't want to sell because the Marcus back a little bit. Yeah. You don't want to sell when it's down. You know, even though you're a lot higher than you still expect. I was up twenty three percent higher than I thought. I would be now I'm only up seventeen percent higher than I thought I would be. So I got to wait till I get back to the twenty three percent level. Well now that a backup twenty four percent. Why would I sell now? It's a matter of and it's it's in all of us. We all liked the idea the think we're gonna make more money. And if you're twenty five thirty you've got twenty years left to run for the portfolio. This probably doesn't matter in any way, shape or form. You're just gonna keep funding it through your payroll deduction, you're going to keep fighting a Roth IRA's, hopefully, you're just going to keep funding funding Byerly by often by buy low it doesn't matter because you've got twenty years left, and you've got the time rise. But when you're getting closer to the time period where you're going to need the money when you get closer to or are in the retirement sector, you just don't wanna see huge drops. You really love seeing the very large gains. But you hate the drug now remember also though, you may only have a third of your money in the portfolio in the long term growth area, the more volatile areas. But also those volatile areas tend to give you the higher returns. At least. That's the goal, right? That you have to accept that volatility. But volatility goes both ways it can go up. Let's take advantage of that. They can go down. Let's protect against that by having a long enough time. Or is it that we don't need to sell when it's down. Yeah. And that's the other half of this too. Which is when it's down you have to have the emotional fortitude to say, this is a great opportunity. I'm going to take some of this cash, and I'm gonna go put it in to get myself back to where I need to be fair. The idea of value averaging is to first and foremost have a plan because you can't value average. If you don't have a plan because you can't value. I don't know where you were expected to be you have to have an expectation and you have to be exceeding expectations or severely. You have to have a goal of plan a strategy. And the mindset that says this is what I expected. Here's what I'm going to do win something other than the expectation that curse, and it happens all the time.

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