35 Burst results for "Johnny Johnny"

Kuznetsov's OT goal lifts Capitals over Blue Jackets 4-3

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 1 d ago

Kuznetsov's OT goal lifts Capitals over Blue Jackets 4-3

"Because that's off scores 26 seconds into overtime to lift the capitals past the blue jackets four three, because that's off 7th of the season, sends the caps into the all star break on a winning note, Trevor van riemsdyk did his part scoring twice for Washington, which wanted a two goal lead before picking up its 5th overtime win of the season. We talked before the game about how important these two points were just going in the break, feeling good, a little bit of positive vibes from when we come back and have this home stretch. Johnny gaudreau scored the third period equalizer for the blue jackets, which skate into the break with the Blackhawks with a league low 34 points. I'm Denny Capp.

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Djokovic beats Tsitsipas for 10th Australian Open, 22nd Slam

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 3 d ago

Djokovic beats Tsitsipas for 10th Australian Open, 22nd Slam

"And emotional Novak Djokovic has beaten stephanos to extend his Australian open record to ten victories from ten finals, the Serb who battled injuries earlier in the event closed out a 6 three 7 6 7 6 win that took a fraction under three hours to complete Djokovic climbed into his team box after the victory and broke down in tears before returning to the court to accept the winner's trophy. He's a huge relief because, you know, it hasn't been hasn't been smooth sailing. In addition to the title, the victory returns him to the top of the world rankings, and more significantly, secures his 22nd Grand Slam singles crown, Johnny Spanish rival, Rafael Nadal. I'm Graham agar's.

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Stevenson's 31 leads West Virginia over No. 15 Auburn

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 4 d ago

Stevenson's 31 leads West Virginia over No. 15 Auburn

"West Virginia pulled off an upset by withstanding a furious rally by auburn in an 80 77 victory over the 15th ranked tigers. Eric Stevenson led the mountaineers with a career high 31 points. Some game time, but just hasn't been dropping for me, and I feel like, you know, it's really been taking a toll on me, you know, because it's my job to help the team in any way I can. And, you know, they were allowed me to score and if I'm not scoring and hurting the team. He also had three, three pointers by halftime, helping wvu take a 45, 29 lead into the break. The tigers never led in falling to 16 and 5. Auburn's top two scores, Wendell green junior and Johnny broome combined for just three points by halftime. I'm Dave ferry.

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Seminal Influences of Masculinity With Raz0rfist

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:02 min | 5 d ago

Seminal Influences of Masculinity With Raz0rfist

"A fist. This is the fun part because I get all kinds of different answers from football coaches to my dad, to a fictional hero in a book I read when I was a kid. For you growing up. Outside of slice Stallone, okay? In that movie where he's using scissors to cut up his pizza, a cobra. What for you were the seminal influences for your internalizing and understanding what it means to be a man. I mean, obviously my father. But I think maybe even more my grandfather, no slight to my father, but my grandfather was he only died a couple of years ago, so you lived a nice little long while. Had a full head of salt and pepper hair till the day he died. It chain smoked like a chimney whisky from dawn. What was his innings? How long did he live as a chain smoker? Like late 80s? Something like that? Almost into his 90s. I don't know. They ought to bought a bottle that man's jeans. But smoke like a chimney, whisky, NASCAR. He sounded like Johnny Cash kind of looked like him too. And yet, for all of his vices and imperfections, for all of his proclivities, any time you called him, he would show up. I remember vividly, and this is a story that I will never forget when I was in school elementary school in band. He was not expected like, right? You called all the grandparents, you expected all the other ones to show up, but he was the drunk, right? He was the one you didn't expect to show up. And it was bring your grandparents to school day or whatever. Grandparents day, I think it was. And I had a band recital that day and whatever. And all the grandparents that you expect to show up did, and then I look over and he's just there. He was, he was one of those guys who was just an absolute rock. He was a man. You know, when he died, I remember I just posted one tweet here lies a man

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Rep. Jim Jordan: Nothing Can Happen Until We Have the Facts First

The Dan Bongino Show

01:55 min | 2 weeks ago

Rep. Jim Jordan: Nothing Can Happen Until We Have the Facts First

"For you're not Johnny cumha You've been talking about this for as long as I've known you You're concerned with weaponization of government Again this isn't new to you But I think the question a lot of the listeners have and they're more comfortable hearing it from you You have authority up there up on Capitol Hill in your position I don't I'm just a radio guy I'm just a vehicle for people like yourself You're a good one Well thank you Why is it important information to the American Well that is correct about it I appreciate that But I don't have the gavels up there What can be done though I get it the hearing hearings are important I mean I don't downplay for a moment The importance of hearings But the problem with hearings is we wind up sometimes is you get to Benghazi hearing thing Because it shows case for the media Look what difference does it make And Hillary Clinton hero for suggesting four dead patriots don't make a difference So what else can be done No it's a great question and it's a question I get from constituents and not only in the fourth disagreeable Ohio but from Americans around the country because it is frustrating that we're the legislative branch all we can do is work to get the facts on the table to get the truth there But one thing I always say and this is you're in the same business in many ways The first step in stopping wrong behavior behavior from our government is to get everything out there is to make sure the country is fully informed about what those you have to do that first And then there's elections where that can have further impact because you put new people in office particularly in the executive branch particularly the office of president of the United States And then if you have a Justice Department that actually believes there's criminal activity then you can prosecute but all those things none of that happens unless you first get all the facts out there And right now we're focused on doing that getting the facts out there And I keep coming back to this because we actually believe many of these whistleblowers are going to do what Kyle did They're going to be will to come forward They're going to be willing to be deposed They're going to be willing to testify in a hearing and we're going to get that information out there

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Kyle Seraphin: FBI, CIA, and NSA Used Assessments Against Americans

The Dan Bongino Show

01:50 min | 2 weeks ago

Kyle Seraphin: FBI, CIA, and NSA Used Assessments Against Americans

"And the shocking part of the story is again not that the FBI is doing this you would already said that months ago you were an actual whistleblower not a Johnny come lately And shockingly apparently they're working in conjunction with the CIA and the NSA on these assessments but here's the kicker That's to be expected when it comes to foreign targets According to this story this was involving assessments on American citizens That kind of make my hair stand up a little bit Yep Yeah assessments are an interesting tool So the FBI and people can find this in the dialog This is open-source stuff People want to go read about it The FBI tells you how they do work Assessments are a pre investigative tool And then we have another thing called a preliminary investigation which is kind of like an entry level It unlocks certain other tools And then the full investigation is literally known as that full investigation So it's assessment PI or FI And assessments there's something like 6 different flavors of them They can be used for all kinds of different things Some of them are just area familiarization Like let's say the Super Bowl is happening And they do an assessment on what possible threats happened in that area based on this big event They could do an assessment to determine if somebody is a good source So they will go and say look we got to target We want to get into figure out what Dan bongino is up to So we got to assess who are all of his friends and who did he talk to and any of them are going to be susceptible to recruitment So we'll do an assessment on that And there's certain tools you get every time you do it You can always use surveillance You can use interviews and it's kind of like public stuff And then the more specific the assessment and movement along that preliminary and full investigation the more tools you get that you can go and get whether they be subpoenas or national security letters and things like that It depends on the cycle case But assessments are used all the time And they are a light of a full investigation might have a preliminary investigation but they do generate a file and paper and of course those sit in the system forever So once it starts your name is always searchable Inside the FDA's databases

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Jeff Beck, guitar god who influenced generations, dies at 78

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 3 weeks ago

Jeff Beck, guitar god who influenced generations, dies at 78

"Guitarist Jeff Beck has died after suddenly contracting bacterial meningitis, according to his representatives, Beck was 78. And marches are a letter with a look at his life. Jeff Beck's first guitar was the one he built as a boy out of a cigar box, a picture frame and the string from a toy airplane. After that, his instrument of choice was the fender Stratocaster. Beck was known for The Yardbirds for his own band for working with Rod Stewart and appearing on records with access diverse as Macy gray, Luciano Pavarotti, winona Judd and Johnny Depp. Paige was inducted into The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame twice. He went in with The Yardbirds in 1992, patrons low key during his induction as a solo act in 2009. I've been naughty all my life and I don't deserve this at all. But I shall continue to be naughty, I think

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"johnny " Discussed on Broken Record

Broken Record

01:50 min | Last month

"johnny " Discussed on Broken Record

"That high note at the end, when you listen to that song, that high note at the end. Wow. Yeah, that was always a traumatic thing. When you're recording because you get one shot at it, especially with the orchestra. But fortunately, I was in the good voice at the time. Amazing version. You have one of the great voices of all time. You know, thank you so much for all you've done in music and for taking the time to speak with me today. Thank you. Thanks again to Johnny Mathis for taking the time to talk with me. You can hear all of our favorite Johnny Mathis songs on a playlist at broken record podcast dot com. Be sure to subscribe to our YouTube channel at YouTube dot com slash broken record podcast. We can find all of our new episodes. You can follow us on Twitter at broken record. Broken record is produced with help from Leah rose, Jason gambel, Ben holiday, Eric Sandler, Jennifer Sanchez, our editor Sophie crane. Our executive producer is Mia Labelle. Broken record is a production of pushkin industries. If you love this show and others from pushkin, consider subscribing to pushkin plus. Bush can plus is a podcast subscription that offers bonus content and uninterrupted ad free listening for four 99 a month. Look for push plus on Apple podcast subscriptions. And if you like our show, please remember to share rate and review us on your podcast app. Our theme music by Kenny beats, I'm Justin Richmond.

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"johnny " Discussed on Broken Record

Broken Record

07:32 min | Last month

"johnny " Discussed on Broken Record

"Record. Does that seem fair? Yeah, most people you talk to who's saying have many different aspects of this thing. For instance, I was going to San Francisco, State College, and my best friend was my teacher. And of course, later on, I got a chance to utilize my voice and ways that were really reminiscent of the study that I had with my upper teachers. But those are the wonderful sort of vague kind of things that happened along the way in my life that have made a great difference in my being able to sing at such an early age until have some success. So the fact that I was raised in San Francisco with all these extraordinary people coming through all the time and I get to meet them and watch them and get a little idea about what it might be like to stand on stage and sing in front of people and so I've been very lucky in that regard. We're going to take a quick break and then we'll be back with more from a conversation with mister Johnny Mathis. 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I didn't know who they were. But they treated me like a brother or son or what have you, and from the time I went to New York, nobody knew who I was. And I got a chance to meet some externally gifted people and later on in life, I got a sense to thank them, for instance, and one that comes to mind mostly is about Howard who wrote slimy to the male and so many other wonderful songs. Lovely composer. Fantastic. And he was one of my best Friends. He heard me sing at early age and some local nightclub jazz nightclub in San Francisco one of us doing nothing waiting for the record people to have me come in and make my first recordings, but I got a chance to wander around New York and I'd sit in the audience and listen to these figures and occasionally one of them would have it come up on stage and sing with them. So it's a wonderful kind of beginning for me. I got the best of the best of some of the finest musicians and singer at an early age and it helped me a great deal. Absolutely. Speaking of some of the best of the best, one of my favorite absolute favorite records of yours. I don't know if you've heard it recently or not, but live it up your 61 album, live it up with Nelson Riddle and produced by Irving Townsend. Yeah, I was overwhelmed by being able to sing with no little and you mentioned that and I forgot all about that album because that was one of my favorite things in the world is to work with loves and so sweet and so kind to me and even top of the world at that moment because of his success with thanks to NASA and et cetera when did you first meet Nelson Riddle or how did that come to be that you worked with him on that album? I don't know, but people like Nelson are so gifted that they don't really equate you with other people what's they want to do if they want to share their knowledge with you and if it turns out good fund and if it doesn't and many times it doesn't, but if it does all the better for both of us. So I was very lucky in that regard and early on I met these wonderful composers and the rangers of music. Some of them got a chance to perform with. I don't think anything great happened, but oh, what do you mean? That is a lot of great music. You did a lot of great music. Come on. It's so good. Thanks for reminding me. You got it. I don't know if you listen to yourself or not, but you should put that on. That is a hell of a record. Oh my God. Good, I'll call your office and have him send me a copy of it and listen to it. Oh man. I don't know if you'll be able to hear this too well, but let me see if I can play you the title track off live it up. Okay. I'm planning to live in a wild living is good I feel good to fill my cup up to the brim. It's too hard not to sing along. I'm sorry. I don't want to ruin it. It's so good. I remember that, my goodness, that was quite an exciting time for me. When you work with someone like Nelson Riddle, were you able to make recommendations about the arrangements and things, or would you mostly just leave it to the rangers? I was so in awe of Nelson Riddle, he was so kind to me. And fortunately, the recordings that we made were successful. Yes, he was very kind and very embracing. He knew that I didn't really know too much about what I was doing, but he carried me in a direction that worked out

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"johnny " Discussed on Broken Record

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02:06 min | Last month

"johnny " Discussed on Broken Record

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HK legislators company will attract 1,000 Web3 startups in three years.

Blockchain News

00:29 sec | Last month

HK legislators company will attract 1,000 Web3 startups in three years.

"6 a.m. Friday, December 23rd, 2022. HK legislators company will attract 1000 web three startups in three years. Hong Kong legislative council member Johnny in kitchen created a startup accelerator to lure 1000 web three enterprises to the city state. The engineer and politician owns over 40 enterprises. Hong Kong's government is pushing crypto rockets hub proposal. Read more

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Cool White People You Should Know

The Officer Tatum Show

02:26 min | Last month

Cool White People You Should Know

"I just want to talk to you about some of these people. And then I'm gonna take it back to this wonderful woman by the name of ELISA Edwards that I want you guys to know because ELISA Edwards passed away early this morning. And she was very special to me. She was a sponsor of my local program and at a point in time where I was ready to walk away from this from this and give it up. Entirely, she stood by my side. You may not understand this, but when it comes to radio, I was, I was what was called a brokered host. That means you pay for your time on air. And if you don't have money to pay, you're not going on air. I wasn't a big name. I wasn't being paid to be to be on radio. I was doing it as a labor of love because I love my country and I love everything that this country has given to me. And so I wanted to give back and radio was part of the way in which I gave back, but you can't do radio if you don't have sponsorship if you don't have help. But there were a lot of events that culminated leading up to where I am today. I can tell you about a guy named Jim angelakis who I spoke about briefly and I don't know that I mentioned his name, but in the interview that I just did with Julie Hartman and Jim angelakis is a white man happens to be Greek actually, but I considered him white, goes to the church that I attend to this day. He was the first guy when I got out of jail when I was serving probation and listen, I'm not some hardened criminal. I wasn't in there forever. But I got out and I had to do probation and I went to this church and this was the first guy that loved on me and hugged on me, told me that he loved me, just broke me down, made me cry, the pastor there at the time he just recently stepped down as a senior pastor, pastor Carl Stevens. Now we have a pastor that has stepped up that it's been there for a while and his fabulous pastor Johnny Wilson, but it was pastor Carl Stevens of what's considered a mega church who, when I met with him at a dark point in my life, after I had done the community service and told him some of the things that were happening in my life, this was a guy that called me. He doesn't even remember he's so humble. He called me out of the blue, just to check on me one evening and to see how I was doing. And I'm like, this guy has a church where thousands of people attend this white guy and here he is calling me 'cause he said he was thinking about me and I was just impressed me upon his heart.

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Ricky Skaggs and Eric Reflect on Country Musicians Who Know Jesus

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:33 min | Last month

Ricky Skaggs and Eric Reflect on Country Musicians Who Know Jesus

"Think about country music, it's a very faith friendly world, obviously Johnny Cash was a very serious believer in Jesus and got it. And one of the things that I hated about the film. The only thing I hated about the film walked the line was that it completely left out how he gets pulled out of the hell of drugs and alcohol. It was Jesus. Yes, it was. And it was his wife praying for him and leading him along that and her dad. And you know, in other words, that's the, that's the heart of the story, folks. If you want to know how Johnny Cash survived and lived and had a career, it's because of Jesus. And when they leave that out, I think to myself, Hollywood tends to do this. We live in a secular culture that secularize everything, and you think that doesn't make any sense, because there is no story without that part of the story. That's right. And of course, you knew him personally, as you said earlier. So you knew this was real. I mean, I heard Billy Graham speak in Central Park. I think it was 1990. And up on the stage here comes Johnny Cash. And so I think a lot of people that they forget that a lot of these icons, these American icons love Jesus and Johnny was one of them. He was. But so many, I'm just fascinated by how that runs all through. Country music. You can't turn around without bumping into somebody who believes. And there's different, you know, different levels of belief. But I think I told you the phone, the story I was in the Berlin zoo and the hippo house and the Berlin Zeus, like I'm making this up. And it was about 5, four or 5 years ago, and I'm looking for the hippos. Can't find the hippos, and I turn around. And there's a guy who thinks he's disguised standing there, but I knew who it was and it was Chris Christopherson, sit standing there. This legend of legends or whatever. And anyway, I was honored to meet him, but a few days later, a friend of mine sent me Kris Kristofferson, telling his story of being drug to use your language, being drug into a church. And having an experience with God that was so profound that he wrote that classic song, why me lord, was George Jones. But I mean, people need to know that a lot of these folks that they think so and so is a legend. He's like, he knows Jesus.

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Rick Brown: Parents Must Realise That Children Are Fallen Sinners Too

Liberty Station

02:44 min | Last month

Rick Brown: Parents Must Realise That Children Are Fallen Sinners Too

"Parents, first of all, they amplify their own children's goodness. So that when they're bad, they're shocked. Like, I can't believe that Johnny or am I just like, well, you know who you were, right? And so you're shocked. And I try to bring him back to that place of trying to encourage them, all of us are falling soon, and we will manifest sin all in our own dimension. So first of all, apparently needs to get in touch with reality, that you are raising a fallen person that is so good. Is going to fail and if you act shocked when they do rather than that is so good and I'm going to hone in on that point because I heard it so many times over the years also as a preacher's kid, right? And I was actually I was not a bad preacher's kid. I wasn't one of those typical rabble rousers or hellraisers that sometimes the caricature of a preacher's kid was that. But I was in touch with what was going on. And so many parents have put their Christian kids into situations of temptation and things like that. Like, oh, what's wrong with all those young kids going on a houseboating trip with no chaperones and nobody really watching carefully what's going on? They're good kids. They're Christian kids. They're gonna be fine. Oh, listen, my kid, boy. You should see how on fire for the lord they are. You know, and there were a lot of shenanigans that went on in these high school and groups, you know, that I was a part of as even a preacher's kid back in the day. I mean, it was some of the worst debauchery, in fact. You so you need to be in touch with reality as a parent and understand that shenanigans will go on. Even in Christian groups without the proper deflection, denial, distraction, all of the things that keep kids from going down those paths. You have to not take any of that for granted because we are we have send nature. And kids have hormones, the kids have all kinds of things that will drive them. Kids are kids are people and fallen creatures like all of us, but not my kids. My kids are perfect. And it's once again, it's a lack of being in touch with reality.

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Rep. Ken Buck: The Left's Hypocrisy on Free Speech

The Dan Bongino Show

01:45 min | 2 months ago

Rep. Ken Buck: The Left's Hypocrisy on Free Speech

"So I know this matters to you deeply even speaking about this for a long time You were certainly no Johnny come lately on this specific issue but the new public square unfortunately congressman are these applications Twitter Facebook it's how people get information It's how they exchange information so when you have a company say like an apple who has a monopoly over that App Store they what they say goes They don't want you on that store the boot you off like that When you have them threatening or canceling companies like parler off the App Store and at least according to Elon Musk threatening to kick them off Twitter I thought the left used to care about this kind of stuff Congressman monopolies and big business and stuff like that what happened Well you know I think that the left cares to a certain extent and the right care is to a certain extent we haven't got the bills through Congress because Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer don't care We have three bills on the floor two weeks ago And they passed They passed with 39 Republican votes and they passed with over a 180 Democrat votes So we have been able to pass some antitrust legislation but you're absolutely right The left has this sort of hypocrisy when it comes to free speech On the one hand they want to be able to speak freely and they don't want us to be able to inhibit their speech when it comes to gay rights or other issues that the left cares about gun control but when it comes to speaking the truth about vaccines or COVID or the origins of COVID or as Elon Musk is pointing out the New York Post story and other issues they absolutely want to shut down what the right has to say

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'Fighting for Justice' Author Mark Shaw Exposes the Truth

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:53 min | 2 months ago

'Fighting for Justice' Author Mark Shaw Exposes the Truth

"Folks, I am so excited to have as my guest this hour mark Shaw. He's the bestselling author of the reporter who knew too much, the new book absolutely fascinating. It's called fighting for justice, the improbable journaling journey to exposing cover ups about the JFK assassination, the deaths and the deaths of Marilyn Monroe and Dorothy kilgallen. We're getting into it here. So it is really fascinating stuff Mark and we had Johnny Russo on this program a few times and he said, you were absolutely dead on and he was somebody that was deeply connected with the mob and Frank Costello's boy, so to speak. Very nice kind of amazing to have him ratify what you're saying. But let's just keep going. Well, I'm probably one of the most least likely people who could have ever done this area. I was a college dropout at Purdue. It took me 6 years. I'm not the smartest guy in the world, but I was a criminal defense lawyer for a number of years and then a network legal analyst for the Tyson case and other kinds of Bryant and OJ and all that. I always look at motive when you're looking at who's responsible for a homicide. And so the next book, as you mentioned, it was the reporter who knew too much. And that's where I met this incredible human being journalist, media icon, Dorothy kilgallen. Most people know about her from what my line, the quiz show on CBS for ten years. That's all that I knew. And then I started looking into it and I found out that she had really gotten involved in the JFK assassination. They called her the most powerful female voice in America, the post did. And so I found out that, hey, wait a minute, Dorothy got into this. And she decided that she needed to go ahead and look into it because she and JFK were very close friends.

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Tarasov turns back 46 shots; Blue Jackets beat Panthers 5-3

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 2 months ago

Tarasov turns back 46 shots; Blue Jackets beat Panthers 5-3

"The blue jackets won for the fourth time in their last 5 home games by topping the Panthers 5 three Boone Jenner scored twice and Johnny goudreau had a goal and two assists as Columbus handed Florida its third straight loss Goudreau says the game turned when teammate chunk rally scored a shorthanded goal to put the jackets ahead to stay You could just see our confidence just go straight through the roof there And we were playing in Arizona even with the lead And it was fun It was a big goal by girls Danielle Tara saw faced a career high 49 shots stopping 46 in his first win since October 23rd I'm Dave ferry

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Former Rep. Mark Walker: Conservatives Need LEADERS

The Doug Collins Podcast

00:44 sec | 2 months ago

Former Rep. Mark Walker: Conservatives Need LEADERS

"Both have our disagreements on some of the things and decisions that Bader made, but you also have to have an understand this. And I think this is where Republicans would get a gross just because somebody says, I'm a conservative. Does it mean that they can lead in a moment when you have to be a warrior and make tough decisions? That's a different skill set altogether. And I think as we look to see who we're electing for the federal, the state of the local levers, levels, we need to find people who have a background of being able to lead, not just some Johnny come lately who pops up that realizes the first adversity and then they crumble and you wonder what happened there. Find people who've served, find people who've led to me those are the people that can take on the test, whatever it is, federal state or local.

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 Gallagher, watermelon smashing comedian, dies at 76

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 2 months ago

Gallagher, watermelon smashing comedian, dies at 76

"Gallagher at prop comedian who left behind a trail of smashed watermelons and laughter has died Gallagher audience has always new to bring a tarp or a poncho if they plan to sit in the front few rows Sledge Madden gets the lab to have a toothpaste Leo Anthony Gallagher junior built a national following doing stand up in the 1970s and 80s he appeared on The Tonight Show with Johnny Carson and 12 showtime specials In his signature bit the advent of long haired comedian would impersonate a late night TV pitchman peddling the amazing sledge O Matic smashing everything from birthday cakes to watermelons So it's not a chopper and a hover What in the hell can it possibly be I'm at it Increasingly controversial in recent years chastised for racist and homophobic material his former manager Craig Ricardo says Gallagher died of organ failure at age 76 in his Palm Springs home While Gallagher had his detractors Mercado said he was an undeniable talent and an American success

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Chris Evans named Sexiest Man Alive by People magazine

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 3 months ago

Chris Evans named Sexiest Man Alive by People magazine

"Captain America actor Chris Evans has been named People magazine's sexiest man alive With the latest Chris Evans reaction to being named the sexiest man alive my mom will be so happy However he jokes it does leave him ripe for harassment from his friends Evans played Captain America in ten marvel films as well as Johnny storm in two Fantastic Four movies He also was the voice of buzz light year in the light year movie While Evans who is 41 tells the magazine he's thinking about marriage and having a family he does not want to talk much about his private life Still he's flattered because he says when he becomes old and saggy he will look back and remember this

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Johnny Depp Will Be Known by the Picture Amber Heard Painted of Him

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:35 min | 3 months ago

Johnny Depp Will Be Known by the Picture Amber Heard Painted of Him

"It's gonna be tough, but you're gonna have to try and forget how great he was and Donnie brasco or Gilbert grape or Edward scissorhands or Ed wood or plenty of other films. Now he's gonna be known for what amber's testimony said and her pictures showed and that is a guy who has drugs for breakfast. We've seen the pictures, passes out in his closet for lunch and then beats her up for dinner. How long before you can forget that he used a tampon applicator to snort Coke, or that he sliced off a part of his finger because he thought she was fucking Billy Bob Thornton, and he used that finger to write whore and whatever else on a mirror in the bathroom. He's also the guy who pissed all over the floor trying to write even more hateful words, oh, and did I mention any blue is $650 million fortune. How could we all forget that? And on top of all that, you know, wait, could at least walk away believing that it was amber, whose shit on their bed. Remember that? That's what Johnny claimed. She should on my bed. Well, now we've been told, no, no, it's most likely dog shit from boo. The yorkie. The judge actually said, this is why it's so insane to have court in London. The judge said, boo had an incomplete mastery of her bowels after she had accidentally consumed some marijuana. If that was important to you, who shit on the bed as any type of redeeming fact that you can get that now. Even the dog was shitting on Johnny.

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"johnny " Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE

Entrepreneur on FIRE

04:21 min | 3 months ago

"johnny " Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE

"I just stay on the path of winning. It doesn't make me perfect. I'm going to drop the ball. And to me, here's a perfect example of a winning possibility. I have no problem admitting to fire nation right now. Johnny wimbley is going to drop the ball. Again, Johnny wimbley is going to make a mistake again. I know me. Just like you know you. But again, winning is not drop. I'm losing is not dropping the ball. Winning doesn't mean you never drop the ball. Winning means I know I'm gonna make mistakes. I know I'm going to drop the ball, but here's where the winner is. I guarantee you fire nation, I give every single one of you permission to hold me accountable. If you see me drop the ball and not get back up, I give you permission to call me out to email me to call my office and say Johnny, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no. You're on fire nation and you said if you dropped the ball, you are guaranteed to pick it back up. Because that is eating and sleeping and breathing the winning possibilities. Whatever you entertain the most, that's what you're going to manufacture. That's what you're going to manifest in life. And if I entertain the possibilities, I'm going to look for more possibilities, but if I entertain obstacles, I'm going to only focus on obstacles why, because whatever you focus on expands. So my example is every day I wake up looking for possibilities. When I know that the majority of the world every day wakes up, looking at the obstacles. It's like I said before, if you talk to your obstacles, you're going to manifest more obstacles, but if you I'm sorry, if you talk to other people about obstacles, if you are hunting for obstacles, you're going to manifest obstacles. That's why I'm always looking for the opportunities. I talk down to my problems. I don't

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"johnny " Discussed on Your Transformation Station

Your Transformation Station

05:10 min | 1 year ago

"johnny " Discussed on Your Transformation Station

"Tell me if you're having an issue with my management style or your relationship with another employee. Tell me like. I don't know unless you tell me and i want people to feel empowered to say johnny. I woke up feeling soup or depressed. I have no idea where it came from. It's washing over me like a fricking tidal wave. And i need to know that. I'd rather have you take a full day to do whatever you need to do to take care of yourself than like try to trudge through work. And then just prolong that healing. I like that. You're open to Like a psychological safe space for employees to speak up regarding an issue with either themselves with the company may be with you you. You might have your blinders on trying to accomplish. Whatever you're trying to accomplish and you're not seeing what's short term but you're looking long-term my team will always see things that i don't see that's just by nature of them being somebody else and i've heard people say like well. You don't want to give people mental health days because then on just take a bunch of days off and the fact is if you have employees that are doing that and taking advantage of that policy. They shouldn't be working at a mental health company. Anyway because they're abusing something that is meant to provide support and relief so the way. I'm seeing it. If i'm choosing the hire somebody i wanna give them that autonomy because if they abuse that i made the wrong higher anyway you know. Let's segue over to our closing. Just have a few more questions. What impact has co head on current mental health crisis. Really our our specialty is prevention. So we don't do crisis counseling like we're not the type of tool where if you're going through crisis you you contact cope notes and we walk you through it. No no. this is making sure that you're doing everything you can to prevent crisis and should you approach crisis you feel equipped you can like check in with yourself and ask yourself like okay..

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"johnny " Discussed on Your Transformation Station

Your Transformation Station

05:27 min | 1 year ago

"johnny " Discussed on Your Transformation Station

"Teeth for a couple of days a mike. Oh there's a pattern break there. I wanna keep an eye on. That could be indicative of another type of change. And i also also really encouraged people to just ask someone that you trust. If they recognize a pattern break in you like other people can see your life from a different perspective. So i'll ask my sister. Hey have you noticed anything different about me in the last couple of weeks. And sometimes she'll say nope and sometimes she might say seems like you've been staying up a lot later am i. Ooh i wonder why like is that. Maybe just a coincidence or is there something there that i wanna take a closer look at. Oh my god. Let's unpack all of that. You just said that right there. That's self awareness. I know that just doesn't happen. Naturally you had to definitely work on that. Yeah therapy is is big. I would if no one is. Someone is listening to this and they haven't tried therapy because they think it's stupid or non for them. I just really encourage you to give it a shot. You never know. Like i bounced around from therapist therapists until i found a good one but once i found that good one like i don't see that therapist anymore but i still use methods that we talked about years and years ago today. That's fantastic and i'm right there with you. I've experienced numerous different therapists and currently in transition to finding the right. One that fits my past. And let's go back but with communicating with A significant other spouse family member of and just asking them. What's different about you. I mean that that takes a conscious effort. It doesn't happen overnight and recognizing that you're not doing your your normal habits that that is a beautiful thing right there to recalibrate yourself when you're about to fall off the beaten path. I also have noticed that at least for me. I think everybody has kind of physical symptoms stuff to like for me if i get frustrated. My ears get hot..

"johnny " Discussed on Your Transformation Station

Your Transformation Station

03:51 min | 1 year ago

"johnny " Discussed on Your Transformation Station

"Johnny crowder. Welcome to your transformation station. Howdy i'm from florida. So i get to say that nice nice. I'm from missouri. Been all over the us but yes missouri for the moment To tell us about your background your organization and your title yes. I'm it feels weird to say this. But i am the founder and ceo of cope notes. And i just you can think of it like this. I grew up with a number of different mental health diagnoses and i was in an abusive environment in and out of treatment for years and i kind of like kept a mental checklist of all the things that bothered me about the mental health resources that i used and then eventually over time i just got sick of being frustrated with all these resources so i wanted to create a resource is now cope notes. That would address a lot of my frustrations with other resources. Like cost or convenience accessibility privacy stuff like that. So i resonate from what you've just said i've experienced trauma in my social upbringing I don't wanna go too deep into it but A abuse at a very young age and It it sticks with you. it's it's all about learning how to handle it and minimize the emotion. That's attached to it. So.

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"johnny " Discussed on Your Transformation Station

Your Transformation Station

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"johnny " Discussed on Your Transformation Station

"Has subscriptions. It has my ted talk on the about page if you wanna learn about the neuroscience behind cope notes and also if you're a podcast person Conan's does have a podcast. it's called drummer. Please cope notes podcast perfect sense so if you look up the it's podcast on whatever you're using to listen to this episode. We have i think about forty episodes of interviews with real people talking about their mental and emotional health and things that they've learned It's a really interesting and easy way to kind of dip your toe into the mental health conversation without diving full force beautiful. I will link a couple of the shows. Cup no shows to the show to expose the audience Yeah beautiful now. John everything else. You'd like to leave her audience with. I'll say that it's not an accident if you're still listening to this like don't listen to an entire episode where we talk about mental health and then go. Oh well anyway back to my normal life. If you listened this whole time it should tell you that you care about this. Don't delude yourself into thinking that you just owes happenstance. I just let it run in the background. Because i was doing dishes. No you some part of your brain wanted to hear a forty minute conversation about mental health. And that should be a marker to you that it's worth digging. A little deeper will thank you johnny. I really do appreciate you coming on the show absolutely brother. Thanks for having me. You've been listening to your transformation station. Rediscovering your true identity and.

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"johnny " Discussed on Your Transformation Station

Your Transformation Station

05:10 min | 1 year ago

"johnny " Discussed on Your Transformation Station

"Tell me if you're having an issue with my management style or your relationship with another employee. Tell me like. I don't know unless you tell me and i want people to feel empowered to say johnny. I woke up feeling soup or depressed. I have no idea where it came from. It's washing over me like a fricking tidal wave. And i need to know that. I'd rather have you take a full day to do whatever you need to do. To take care of yourself than like try to trudge through work and then just prolong that healing that you're open to Like a psychological safe space for employees to speak up regarding an issue with either themselves with the company may be with you you. You might have your blinders on trying to accomplish. Whatever you're trying to accomplish and you're not seeing what's short term but you're looking long-term my team will always see things that i don't see that's just by nature of them being somebody else and i've heard people say like well. You don't want to give people mental health days because then on just take a bunch of days off and the fact is if you have employees that are doing that and taking advantage of that policy. They shouldn't be working at a mental health company. Anyway because they're abusing something that is meant to provide support and relief so the way. I'm seeing it. If i'm choosing the hire somebody i wanna give them that autonomy because if they abuse that i made the wrong higher anyway you know. Let's segue over to our closing. I just have a few more questions. What impact has co head on current mental health crisis. Really our our specialty is prevention. So we don't do crisis counseling like we're not the type of tool where if you're going through crisis you you contact cope notes and we walk you through it. No no. this is making sure that you're doing everything you can to prevent crisis and should you approach crisis you feel equipped you can like check in with yourself and ask yourself like okay..

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"johnny " Discussed on My Worst Investment Ever Podcast

My Worst Investment Ever Podcast

05:18 min | 1 year ago

"johnny " Discussed on My Worst Investment Ever Podcast

"And i said okay. So how long do i have to study. She's like he's going to be like eight years. Right that's crazy. And i said she said and then you can't even just go out and do it. You gotta get licensed. You gotta get practice. You've gotta practice another. You know we're talking. Let's say eight to ten years before you're doing what i'm doing and then i just walked out. I said that's too much work now. Of course that's not a true story. I just made it up. But the point is is that that's the way people come into the world of finance and investing then like oh. I'm an invest in the stock market the differences when you come in contact with a finance person at the bank the broker at the mutual fund. They say oh welcome. I'll make it as easy as possible for you to come in and people come in all the time without doing their research. And i think that's part of what you're saying is that you know you gotta do your research on what you're doing before you do it so i just wanna highlight to everybody. That johnny story helps us. Remind us said you can invest in the stock market. But you can't just walk in except being lucky and make money out of it so let me ask you based upon what you learn from this story of what you continue to learn. What one action would you recommend our this. Take to avoid suffering the same fate and think about it. It's happening all over the place. Someone's looking at their friend online. Go oh my god. He's making tons of money and trading forex trading the market. You know bitcoin all of these things. It's happening for a lot of young people right now. What's one action that you recommend..

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"johnny " Discussed on MMA Roasted

MMA Roasted

05:35 min | 1 year ago

"johnny " Discussed on MMA Roasted

"We're here with Johnny Bedford, Jason, I like your technology, though. You got it. You got a whole thing. So I don't know if you know this, Johnny mayhem, but this is a very, very normal. Johnny Bradford is the bare knuckle boxing. God damn right here. I'll go fucking world. He's the number one guy in the world in a sport. How crazy is that? Fucking makes sense. Why does that make sense, Jason? Because the most boogers are sheriff and not in ham or wherever the alien. You know what I mean?.

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"johnny " Discussed on Mental Health Comedy

Mental Health Comedy

04:39 min | 1 year ago

"johnny " Discussed on Mental Health Comedy

"And that's an act. You're acting it so act that the other way you can turn your you know. The jennifer always says that comedians have ferrari brain vast brain. That's associated hard to control. And it's it's hard to control but you can change the direction of the brain. He could can be fast in the other direction. Which is what you know. What's the best thought. What's the highest quality. Thought what can we do with this and it can work in either direction but the first thing is what's going on with me right now. That's a good question to ask. What am i feeling edgy. Mention using your. I think you said creativity and whatnot and there was a comic years ago. Michael boats johnson remember him. I didn't And he talked about how if you have some stress before. Show imagine that you've just jumped into a lake. And there's moss on you and then wipe your arms from your shoulders to your risk down and imagine that you're wiping away but it's stress. It's all this want. An and then the trip was and jennifer was talking about this. I think earlier. Take a breath and exhale as you wipe this stuff off. And of course at the time he told me. I'm like a twenty eight year old guys windsurfing. Doing flips under the golden gate bridge and a storm going. You need this crap man and here. I am thirty years later going. Okay jacob ripped wipe the moss off myself and you know talk about the the anxiety and that you have to sort of embrace it to some degree. But not let overpower i visualized that. It's an opponent whether it's on a football field or wherever it might and it just sort of. Take the palms of my hands and chuck it away. Just physically pop. You know as football coach to say this will tell you how old i am right at. He'd say give it to them in the brisket son right under the shoulder pads in the brisket deliver tatum take away their leverage. In the brisket pop. But if i am visualize these little things like visualize you know when. I had a lot of bad stuff. Another friend said come up with some visualization to knock that stuff out of your vision. I am and came idea that i used to snowboard quite a bit and said you know about a snowplow going down the road and all this crap is in the road. It's not snow it's crap and it's this you're the last of your dog. It's your tearing your arm. Whatever it is. Turn your arm up on stage and have this plow. Go down the road and blowing all this stuff off. And you're following it twenty feet behind jogging driving your bike or your car or whatever and the road is now clear visualize and.

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"johnny " Discussed on Mental Health Comedy

Mental Health Comedy

05:19 min | 1 year ago

"johnny " Discussed on Mental Health Comedy

"You're safe and your intention was it. Wanted to keep you safe. But it's basically taken over so that you're lying there with one hundred pound dog on your chest and you can't get up and that's really what anxiety is and the more you give into it. Which which you don't understand what to do with anxiety and i think in our culture. We're very very confusing messages about about what we call negative emotions like anxiety or anger. Those emotions are there to guide us. There are gps system. And if you're feeling those things you're off the road learning how to manage those things is it. And that's why when people get rid of my anxiety. If you want to terrify yourself so you're getting renewing zaidi your anxieties like watch. You need me are you kidding. And i don't wanna get rid of anyone. I want to train it just like the dog. We want the dog in the dog. Bed sleeping nicely so you can have a life and then when you really need it then. The dog comes out. See i see. That dog is comedy. Sometimes because one hand getting on stage can allow you to vent this stuff and feel better about it on the other side is. We tend to dramatize much on stage that that a friend my friend said you're i never heard this term ed knows catastrophes sharon so we're happens you do is when you when you're a comic comic i was you don't go to hawaii ear mexico for weeklong vacation and come back and get on stage and talk about everything that went. Well there's no there's very little money in there you gotta go down there. My wife got steamer trunk with forty eight swimsuits. Where we go. You know so. That's what you do. So sometimes i think i carry that a catastrophe ising other little things partly because i've been rewarded financially and some laughter by getting on stage and making mountains out of molehills and whatnot. And so that's something that i think. Oh boy another thing. Having zygi about is whether or not for the last thirty years. I've made a living in part by you. Know exaggerating the importance or the danger of things and this is the same is true with self-deprecation from from my point of view. You know my whole my whole personality has been formed on self-deprecation. Now the thing is if you believe those things that you're saying about yourself and other people laughing there's a problem sure because you're not that person and and the messages that you're giving yourself or that you're not worthy. What ed is saying is a lot of comics like me. We perform i on stage and say i saw this thing. This a stupid kind of moron believes this and self deprecation are self effacing humorous when you mostly make fun of yourself down your own shortcomings. And that's what ed did. Well ed was very good at it and a lot of times. He wasn't so good at so we picked up the slack and then made fun of him as well. Yeah and that's what was so great. Is you get the community helping which thing and confirming your suspicion. But what i'll say about you. Know an and jennifer can speak to this. But what i'll say is that johnny lists this litany of things that would bury most people okay. It's a litany of things that have gone horribly..

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"johnny " Discussed on Mental Health Comedy

Mental Health Comedy

05:36 min | 1 year ago

"johnny " Discussed on Mental Health Comedy

"In in many ways and and really one of the best satirists around and we'll talk about the death of satire and when it's coming back And that's johnny steel. Johnny will join us in just a minute. Welcome to the show. you know. We're the show that talks about mental health. We talk with comics. Talk with entertainers. We talk with visual and performing artists from all over the world and we not only talk about it but we practice skills. We practice resilient skills because unbeknownst to many people mental health is a practice. It's a topic. It's a great topic. A lot of people are talking about it. Which is wonderful. Erasing the stigma of mental health around mental health. But it's really a practice. We practice everything in life. We practice knitting. Why don't we practiced how we relate to our thoughts and feelings on. Why don't we learn about how our brain works. Well that's what this show is about. And that's why we have jennifer kalari. Jennifer has a wonderful organization called connected. Parenting dot com. She teaches resilient skills. There are books. There's media podcast. There's all kinds of classes that you can take. She teaches about parenting and self parenting. Which is something that i never heard of before and now i understand what it's about. It's very hard to be apparent without self parenting and i can speak from personal experience. My daughter's tell all book will be coming out shortly. Yes so we're learning. We're learning these kinds of things. There's no perfection in it. It's just practicing. Its rehearsing the moments in life. That gives us a trouble and now of course there's a huge This is a huge transitional time when people are trying to figure out how to reenter the world. It's almost like people are trying to reenter the world without realizing that. We've just been through a year of armageddon. How do you deal with. How do you come out of of armageddon. first of all you have to take your armor off. I feel like that and trying to figure that out. And that's what we're going to talk about today on the show part of what we'll talk about is how you come out how you re entered the world. I'm in no rush. I know a lot of people are the people who run high with anxiety. This if you've been lucky enough to be well and safe and have basic needs met. You're actually doing okay. Because you're you're familiar with being anxious but if you're not somebody like that you've been thrown into hell so now that we're going back into life. The anxious people are getting worried again and i. I'm.

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"johnny " Discussed on AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

05:11 min | 2 years ago

"johnny " Discussed on AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

"Bad, like Kevin Spacey bed, then they're gone for a while. But, you know, they do the appropriate soul searching. They make the big apology. They say things like, I'm gonna go get myself educated. And they gradually come back. Especially this former editor. She's in her 20s. You can come back when you're in your 20s and 30s in a snap. You get canceled in your 40s or 50s or older, that can destroy you. Because losing your momentum past 40, that's tough. Losing anything in 50s is extremely tough to claw back from. Because momentum like I always say is the most important fuel there is. So, right after the teen Vogue gene vault hired Alexei McCann as the new edler in chief. They find this, well, they Twitter assholes, Twitch dicks as we call them someone on the show, so that's a good name for them. I forget who said it. Twitch dicks. Found these ten year old quote unquote racist and homophobic tweets that she wrote as a teenager. And she apologized for them too. Doesn't matter anymore. So she had to resign after teen Vogue staffers wrote these intimidating letters to the company, CEO roger lynch. This one girl, Christine davitt, a senior social media manager at teen Vogue. She was among the miserable staffers who wrote this letter, and by the way, she's also a Stanford who spent her past tweeting about the N word. Oh, how about the pot calling the kettle black? Wait a minute, can we still say that? Can kettles be black or is that a bad thing? Can I still drink black coffee after dinner? Don't change. No, just espresso can't be black. Okay, how do you like your coffee? Black can't say that. We gotta can't say straight. That's bad too. What can we say? Without milk, I don't know, it's all fucked up. So here's pristine davit. Claiming that mccammond shouldn't have a job because of her racist teenage years. And less than one hour after mccammon announced she would not join teen Vogue as editor in chief, davitt went on Twitter and celebrated that she helped ruin this young woman's life. She said, so proud of.

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"johnny " Discussed on AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

04:48 min | 2 years ago

"johnny " Discussed on AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

"On. That's the unmistakable sound of ice in a roadie cup. Could you imagine inventing the roadie cup? Oh, Jesus Christ. When you watch it, try not to look at tucci's tight pants, what you're obviously hiding a hammer behind the zipper. I'm not kidding. This guy wants everyone to know he's hung, okay? And I know he's home because I saw his cock and I'll tell you how. Well, I'll tell you who else knows. 80 falcon knows, okay? Carmela soprano, as well as, you know, well, she's also a nurse Jackie. So I should just call it. But she's really carmella. Either way, she and Stanley Tucci start in a Broadway play called Frankie and Johnny of the Clair de lune. In 2002, at the time, tucci's married had two kids, but every night he and Edie Falco were performed this play nude fully nude. No nylon stockings, no cock socks. No merchants nude. So it was the hottest ticket in town because you just knew these two are fucking come on. Family are not. Married or not, this is too hot. When I saw it, I couldn't believe it. I happened to also know that falco had a crush on Stanley Tucci going back to college. The year she began to go to Sunni purchase, which is an upstate college upstate New York college. That's the two she'd already graduated. So he was like four years ahead of her. Or maybe two, but he was advanced in his schooling. What have you? And once he left college, he was getting steady work on stage in New York. So there were posters of Stanley Tucci all over SUNY purchase as if the show looked. This local kid made good. And for actresses and training, like 80 falconer girlfriends, they all looked up to his picturesque, we can make it too. And they all had a crush on. Fast forward to 2002, she's in bed with him on stage, fully nude, and they got it on. And she liked to say, you know, oh, I trust Stanley implicitly. He's in love with his wife. He's got a family, so it's not as weird as you might think it is, except it was. And at some point, things shifted. Things popped up. Falcon two, she began attending some events together and it seemed obvious that tucci had left his wife of 7 years whose name was Kate. And these two two G and falco had a torrid affair for two years. He left his wife, then they ended it and he went back to his wife and she took him back in. And that his wife died a few years later. The same year he was nominated for an Oscar. And I always wonder, they say that that kind of stress, you know, down the line can lead to cancer..

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"johnny " Discussed on AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

04:39 min | 2 years ago

"johnny " Discussed on AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

"Off. And those who can't swim drown before everybody's eyes. They see the island, they can find sanctity on. And they're gone. There's also a portion of Lampedusa's beaches which have tons of shipwrecks sitting on a beautiful white sand beach. It's almost, it's almost beautiful, it's so sad. All these blue and yellow on this white sand beach, and you can still see the clothes and shoes and the little teddy bears and shit that remain on the boats. It's heartbreaking. And it's worthy of the kind of stuff Anthony Bourdain used to do. But two she made a point to speak his liberal mind at one point. He's walking amid the beached boats, which had migrants packed like sardines, shoulder to shoulder. And the irony there is that sardines is what most Lampedusa fishermen haul in every day. It's very big food in Sicily and Sardinia and Lampedusa, sardines, we used to eat as a kid pasta consult, which is just sardines and pasta. I couldn't stand it. My father ate it like it was popcorn. It's not for me. So it's a major staple in the diets of people of southern Italy. But tucci said, look, a country is better when we allow immigrants to come and be with us, whether it's America or Italy or whatever. It's always better. And I look, I can't argue that since that's how my family and many of your family started. But what the left always seems to leave out is the illegal part of it all. When I used to live in New York City and would spend my nights at my buddy rocko's restaurant, boom. Every night, at least ten years. Every fucking night began at boom. You know, and I sat with and I had a million labs with friends who came from Egypt, Morocco, France, Italy, South Africa, on and on and on. And I never felt like they were posing a threat to New York or the country. Many of.

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