18 Burst results for "Johnny Mo"

"johnny mo" Discussed on Talking Mopars

Talking Mopars

05:01 min | 1 d ago

"johnny mo" Discussed on Talking Mopars

"It's time that you know the people here. In north america need to be thankful that we still have cars that are reasonably cheap because the guys on the other side of the pond you know they don't get these cars for that cheap over there. You know what i mean. So i guess i guess it. This is a perfect message for thanksgiving. Because i'm thankful that is still have access to these cheap mope ours so ross. Thanks a lot for opening our eyes and for those of you out there. Wondering what sweet. Fa is it sweet gall. I absolutely enjoy all the listeners stories. I get to read on this show but there's something especially funny about the australian guys. You guys have a great sense of humor. Thank you for that ross. And you know. I'll keep my eyes peeled for really cheap four for you. All right buddy. Thanks for sending in your message. Our next listener story is again from outside of our. us shores. This message is from richard and he's from switzerland. Here is richard story. Hi chris sorry for my bad english. My name is richard and i'm from switzerland. First of all. I am no part. Yes you got it right. Although two of my project cars are mo- pars. I'm no moped enthusiasts. I'm looking at myself as more of a history preserver. But first things first so it's nine hundred ninety one and i'm eighteen years old. Which is the age in our country to get your driver's license. I'm absolutely into driving. My dad gets that. And he is aware that. I'm already into american cars and not really into bmw and mercedes and all the other common cars in our country so he decided to get me for my eighteenth birthday an american car which was a nineteen seventy-nine deal star fire. Two hundred and thirty one cubic inch three point. Eight liter v six so. I didn't have my driver's license yet. But you can imagine. I wanted to drive this car. Because hey i have an american car sitting in my garage which i wanted to show everybody and drive it into the sunset. It was then when i committed the stupidest thing in my life which at the time seemed right. I drove it. I got pulled over by the police without a driver's license plates. Well long story short. I was forbidden for a long time to get my driver's license. I'll never forget how it was to drive this car into the sunset on this long street. Which is exactly what i did before i got pulled over. It was then when i realized that i wanted to preserve history and sometime later get. V8 project car and bring it back to life and drive it into the sunset now almost thirty years later. I have my driver's license. And i also have three. Va project car sitting in my garage. And i'm listening to the first podcast. I've ever listened to You got that right. I'm listening to talking. Mo- parts to be exact. I'm listening to your podcast with johnny mo..

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Jack Ma's terrible week

Bloomberg Businessweek

03:07 min | 3 weeks ago

Jack Ma's terrible week

"You are listening to Bloomberg. BusinessWeek. Now a big story over the past week. You We talked about it A lot on air is the Chinese government blocking what would have been the world's largest typo? We're talking about Jack Mas and Financial as Bloomberg New Economy editorial director Andy Brown right this week in his column, those business leaders who take risks and push the limits. In China. They definitely pay a price. And it is also very telling about China overall, and he joins us on the phone in New York City and good to have you back with us. We've talked a lot about this, but your column I really think is very thoughtful again and it gets into when big Chinese leaders You know when they speak back or speak out against the Chinese government. There's a big price to pay in these two leaders in particular you highlighted they have paid a big price. That that that that that's exactly right. I mean, you know what this whole episode is telling us is that when it comes to business in China politics is in command and won't be tied. The private, effective leader who does to speak back to power, and that's exactly what happened in this case, and you know it is. There's a bigger question here around innovation and spirit in China. I mean China's way past today is when it can copy in scale. It is operating now, with the very frontiers of technology. It needs Aiken class. It needs rebels. It needs disruptive. And you know, Jack Ma. Personifies allow all of those attributes. This is a guy who pretty much single handedly resolved. The issues that enabled e commerce to take off in China was an issue of trust people didn't trust Putting their credit card numbers out onto the enter. He figured out a payment system around that economists off course, and we know they know one of the key drivers of the Chinese economy. He wants to do the same and eaten Fintech, and he's just being sat on. And you talk about also what you say is China's most celebrated movie director talked to us about a very similar experience that he that he came up against in terms of China. It was. It was interesting parallel case, and I was trying to, you know, compare and contrast with detail. They're actually quite similar. This was in February last year. Johnny, Mo China's most famous Movie director. I mean, you know, artistically sublime. The guy who actually put on the opening and closing ceremonies off the Beijing Olympic Games. He had a movie coming out, called one second. It was about the culture revolution. It was due to be screened at the Berlin Film Festival two days before the screening his production companies for technical reasons they were pulling them. They were pulling the movie. Clearly it was a question of, you know off censorship, So you know he's spent the last. I don't know how many months recutting this movie so that it will get through the Chinese censorship regime instead of moving on to his next triumph, his next movie, you know, he's he's They're busily satisfying the cultural saws. Who have the final say

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"johnny mo" Discussed on Talking Mopars

Talking Mopars

04:55 min | 2 months ago

"johnny mo" Discussed on Talking Mopars

"You know condition. So I'd like to take it to the ZIP tie drags it wouldn't. It wouldn't qualify for the thirty five hundred dollar limit You know 'cause even a crappy chargers were thousand dollars, right? So you'd have a Lebaron or something for a Mo- part to be qualified for that. But what would be really cool is if you know if he was there with General Mayhem, I would love to Park my dad's charger next to it now, and in kind of show the pictures of the two cars in. The hood that's on General Mayhem came off of my dad's car. So I I think that'd be kind of a cool tie, and if I could put the cylinder heads on my dad's car and do all that it's kind of. It, kind of nicely ties everything together, right? Yeah. That'd be pretty cool for those. I just it just clicked for those of you that are new to the show because I know I have a lot of new listeners. Johnny Mo par. My guest today is the former owner of road kill's general mayhem. So if you go back to our previous episodes, I advise anybody that's new to this show to start at the beginning work your way but. It s o direct connections where I talked to people in Johnny's been the most frequent gas you get the award for frequent guests. On He's been on three times in a good time. We just you know shoot the shit and just have a good time and his story about the road kill charger that used to be his I mean it's still one of the most listened to podcasts. So I mean. I'm happy. I think it went pretty well, I. Think it. It's one of those interesting things because. You. I don't know I always kind of wonder when I see those cars on those shows in getting restored. Like, even on roadkill in this case It's like somebody owned that car before these guys you want who are before them yeah. Listen backstory maybe even an original owner of of the car would be Kinda. Cool..

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"johnny mo" Discussed on Talking Mopars

Talking Mopars

06:03 min | 3 months ago

"johnny mo" Discussed on Talking Mopars

"This week's project. . Car of the week is actually a van and I'm starting to think I should just call this segment. Mo- . par project of the week just because. . You know I picked more than just cars for the segment. . So be ready for that change. . I'm trying to be a little bit more diverse with the Mo parts that I choose for this segment because I do like mo parts from all areas and all types of Mo- parts and I think that good moped projects aren't just cars sometimes their trucks, , and since I'm on a van kick this week was a van and Let, , me say that I actually set out to find van for this week's project. . There was just one issue there aren't very many out there. . So let's read the ad and then we'll talk some more about vans and why they can make cool projects. . The van featured on this edition of Mo- Project of the week was posted on the Mo- part hundred facebook page on Sunday September sixth at nine. . AM HERE IS THE AD. . Van Three Thousand Nine, , hundred, , ninety, , five, , dollars, , nineteen seventy five, , dodge tradesman shorty three Eighteen v eight auto runs drives and stops pretty well for a forty five year old van. . If you've been looking for one of these, , this is one to consider not showroom ready. . But great start to a street machine serious inquiries only please three, , thousand, , nine, , hundred, , ninety, , five dollars, , or best offer title status is clean. . So. . This ban is a short wheelbase van, , which for these is one hundred, , nine inches compared to the longer versions that one, , hundred, , twenty, , seven inches the van that I wanna buy from Stacey is a hundred, , twenty, , seven inches for wheelbase. . So it's longer than my dad's was since my dad's was a like this van the one in this ad is to tone it has a light blue base with a thick. . Dark blue striped mid body in a dark blue roof. . It has a windshield visor which is very buggy vanish and it has my favorite bubble windows of all time. . The PENTASTAR portholes they are super rare and I'd love to hunt down a set for my future van project. . But if stacy's van ends up being mind, , then I'll just settle for the round portholes unless I can find. . Those awesome. . Pentastar. . Wants this van. . Also has a grant wood grain steering wheel, , which adds to that nostalgic feeling along with that pop up Sunroof, , and it looks like at one point back was done up like seventies custom but right now it's pretty bare, , which is great. . Because most of the time when you find these vans, , the cargo area usually needs to be redone. These . old buggy vans had all shag carpet and cabinets put in Old Saints and. Things . like that. . So chances are if you find one of these, , it'll probably need new carpet and things like that. . This one actually has a plywood floor and looking around it actually looks like the van was originally read. . The good news is that it will be easy to strip the cargo area and get creative to create your own space. . I. . Like the idea of a modern version of a classic book Van Something. . Creative enough that you can go to shows and show it off. . But you can also go camping, , and if you're the nomad life, , you can hit the road and live that van life but it would also be cool to get this thing capable of hauling a race car that way you have a place to store your tools, , parts, , extra tires, , and have a place to stay at the track instead of. . A ten I really liked that idea for me I like all those possibilities but the possibility of having a mobile podcast studio when I go to events would be really cool and if I bring merch with me, , it would make a great display for the Merch to this thing has a three eighteen. . It's running and driving and hey, , it stops too. . So that's always nice <hes> I like projects that you can. . Drive home and this thing is you know that type of a project, , it even has some pin striping on the hood, , which is cool because it's kind of like a throwback. . It does need some new wheels and tires and some fifteen by ten on fats in the back and some fifteen by eight in the front would give this thing that groovy raked stance that was so popular with these vans back. . In the day I, , think that this van is also in desperate need of a front lip spoiler and the fender flares, , which you can surprisingly still find if you look hard enough online but all in all, , I'd say if you were interested in getting a Boogie van for a project for less than four grant, , I think this one is a great candidate I actually did reach out to the seller just to. . Feel the water and see what the temperature was like and it sounds like he's pretty firm with not much wiggle room. . But he said that thirty five, , hundred to the right person would take it home. . WanNa know what I offered him. . But that's a whole nother story since these vans are hard to find think he's in the ballpark the side doors do have a little damage and there's definitely some work probably needs to be done but overall, it , appears to be pretty solid. . So if you're looking to get back into fanning and relive your youth or even if you're a rookie banner, , this would make a fun project keep on Truckin my friends that was Mo- part project of the week Nomo par left behind. . Since we're on the topic of vans. . This week's high-performance part belongs to a custom Shorty Dodge van and the two thousand, , fifteen movie American ultra and because I suck at explaining movies, , I finally come to the realization that from now on I think I'm just GonNa read the Synopsis Straight from Rotten Tomatoes. . So here is the synopsis for American Ultra. . Tomatoes. . American ultra is a fast paced action comedy about Mike Played by Jesse Eisenberg, , a seemingly hapless and unmotivated donor who's small town life with his live in girlfriend phoebe played by Kristen Stewart is suddenly turned upside down unbeknownst to him. . Mike is actually a highly trained lethal sleeper agent in the blink of an eye as a secret past comes back to haunt him. . Mike is Thrust into the middle of deadly government operation and is forced to summon his. . Interaction hero in order to survive. . Now, , where does this sweet Boogie van come in well about seventeen minutes and thirty seconds into the movie Eisenberg's character Mike Meets up with his drug dealer rose played by John Leguizamo to buy illegal fireworks. . The show he wants to put on for when he proposes to phoebe Rachel Rolls Up to the meeting spot in one thousand, , nine, , hundred, , ninety, , four to nineteen, , seventy, six, , , dodge short van with a wild paint scheme which. . To me looks like a vinyl rap, , but

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"johnny mo" Discussed on Talking Mopars

Talking Mopars

01:51 min | 4 months ago

"johnny mo" Discussed on Talking Mopars

"When I met him and he had the challenger, I'm not GonNa say I could had it because it was still too much money never never had enough to buy it. You know. But. Yeah it's crazy small world. Yeah. That's. I've been running into that a lot lately like people that know people that you're just like house impossible but. Yeah. All right folks that concludes part one of my conversation with my buddy Johnny Mo par we talked Mo- parts for over two hours. So I decided to make two part episode. So you'll be getting to next Monday and I also wanted to mention that. I feel silly about this but. In between my move from my old office into my new office slash podcast studio I seem to have mixed. I don't know how I did this but I mixed together all of my shared moped stories that you guys submitted with all of the unshared stories that were submitted. So now I have to go through and figure out which stories I've already shared, which ones I still have left to share. So that's GONNA. Take me a few days at least and I'm going to compile a list that we have. All the People's names and stories, and this doesn't happen again. So my apologies to anybody who is still waiting for their story to be shared, it will be shared. Just give me a little bit of time give me another week or so and we'll get back to the way things were I know things crazy in the world and I guess they're crazy here too I try to prevent it but I guess sometimes you just get wrapped up. So I'm GonNa take care that until then enjoy this episode and Party will be out next Monday. So we will talk again next week same mo part time same mo part channel. So there you have it folks another episode of Talking Mope..

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"johnny mo" Discussed on Alice @97.3

Alice @97.3

02:42 min | 9 months ago

"johnny mo" Discussed on Alice @97.3

"Allison ninety seven three zero many Alice's morning show here's hoping that Danny is doing better tomorrow but you've been so it's always so fun to spend the morning with you I know that you come in all pumped and ready and we have run you out by the end of the day Johnny mo Salah respect for what you guys doing here and to keeping the energy up for three and a half hours yes it is a lot well you rationale yeah right not blow it all in the first half hour that's not my specialty right I'm more like get it done twenty five seconds and then I'm done he's formally I'm working on yeah the war thing so anyway let's get in your final plugs here let's Moseley's Madera they're often got a pool table with a dance nights come in once a month and ping pong now so yeah I'll be there in there tonight hello the customer buys see Johnny yeah what a lady I order of my DOT up yep let's see sunflowers roses organisms are currently get up and get our online squaw valley shortly there haven't you know we had a great start to the season but and then we have square still have great coverage so get up their skis for spring skiing right now not a lot of weather in the forecast but it's really nice to get up there it's got the sun's out guns out you know it's it's all these kids games really good actually it's fun not to mention Toyota yeah and and Peter Glenn dot com Peter loves our home and the giants the podcast shore the Johnny was I still forget yet valuables while the street that actually is kind of entertaining very might the gel sting episode I just did from the renaissance faire is alive down the hill right yeah it was so fun it was one of the scary things I've ever done but they actually jealous did you can actually right in front of like the whole renaissance crowd so I had to learn how to ride a horse the you know jalousie and swing a sword and shield at the same time so that's online so that's a way of joining mostly anything you want jungles the gals you'll pop up right is it just a YouTube thing or it's all yeah real WebSphere right you know and that's you know all the sound that you're from California to California tourism assessment well thank you go home and get a nice nap in before you go to mostly snow and I am now there won't be any deaths very much appreciate it yeah I don't believe any of me back tomorrow and if not will will twist on his arms he would get to come back in tomorrow he like Odell what what or maybe markets or markets he's still out you know we'll find out let's hope you know healed today yes have a great day everybody I don't forget Jane's coming up later this afternoon she's got some fun stuff happening and on Friday it's all Disney all day October third so enjoy survivor tonight remember that your homework is to get that watched by a Friday yeah we can all talk I know I know you can't and we'll see to say.

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"johnny mo" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

01:58 min | 1 year ago

"johnny mo" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Watch out have been like i can't go into work today but it's a lot worse than broward than it is indeed yeah. I mean that's the way i thought it was going to be and i'm being completely. The honest i woke up this morning and i looked at my window expecting to be like i'll have to drive to work and terrible and it was just i mean it wasn't even raining and it was just a little windy but honestly like like i said. Don't wanna keep carousing this. Johnny mo made me feel good saying that this is what it was going to be like this morning and because i was thinking all day yesterday man i'm like they're saying that it's going to be the worst tuesday at around eight a._m. So i'm going to be technically driving to work at the time i obviously we're lucky and missing it but i'm going to be driving into work at what is said to be the worst time around here and it was a pleasant drive to work. I the traffic was low. I could do this hurricane traffic every day. It's creepy as a ghost town. I i walk the beach and i was expecting to see crazy waves and i saw the opposite saw tied being pulled out. I it's just and with all the buildings being boarded up. It's like <hes>. It's a real ghost. It's gonna weird. It is not funny but when you're watching all these n._b._c. broadcasts and it's kind of just for this area obviously it's terrible for the bahamas but in this area it's just not as bad as everyone kind of anticipated and they still have all these people and all the different locations. It's like let's go out to so and so he's at deerfield beach. It's like i'm out. Here and people are eating lunch. It's it's actually not that bad i if you look at these waves though i was watching like some video from that was like walking the shoreline or appear in west palm and he got totally taken out by a rogue guede yeah like the waves up north like in west palmer or really really bad but out here they're getting pulled out circular motion so cyclones work. You're we're on the good side of the storm. I guess johnny most seug-ahn tiered anytime one in four car. Batteries is about to fail so think ahead and get yours tested for free at advance vandana parts. It won't cost a dime to make sure you are not any twenty five percent who could be stranded in a mall parking lot some spooky woods or even worse <unk>.

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"johnny mo" Discussed on Business & Biceps

Business & Biceps

02:51 min | 1 year ago

"johnny mo" Discussed on Business & Biceps

"Let's go. Let's it's time to get a look into this amazing. Line. That's been through a lot in that. What I think's interesting one of the most interesting things about mo- is that because of the well documented things from ESPN and all these all this nature. They don't most people just don't realize how smart in our take late articulate Maria Clara is we do because we work with them all the time. And that's why I almost punched motherfuckers in the bar when they talk shit when they don't know, I know him, and I think that I wanna uncover another level of stuff people don't know from what they've seen or heard. I think that you know, there's a lot of humility displayed. And you know, there's there's humbleness displayed. But like we've talked about, you know, that's that's part of a that's a characteristic that we all try to put out there because we know it's the right way to act, but let's try to get under that a little bit. You know what I'm saying? Let's try to dig all eat it off Johnny MO MO if. Gatty start with this. If circumstances were different. What would you have done? If you didn't get in trouble. What would you have done in the NFL and your mind circumstance are different? What would you have done in the NFL? I would like to believe I what would have been a great talent. I used to work. My ass off. And it was coupled by and understanding of actual game football like I have a very high IQ of football house play situational circumstantial pass run what exercises matched to different performances own afield. I was real good with motivating people. And for the most part, even when I wasn't Denver when I did have much at the end of the lightning rod for people. You know what I'm saying? So I would like to believe, you know, be that if I was healthy, I could have basically been one of the greatest people to run the ball. You know, I think that mentality towards just enjoying the game. You know, said I think that I think from time put into training into studying and watching and in that the ice enjoy I looked like to sport. Like, I don't know what war is a little bit too tough always people break when my. Favorite things. But always like Braveheart Hsi-wei if you can like take that the spirit of that. Like, you get not there what you guys and we work hard and kicking her eyes. And I would like to believe I would have been wanted to greatest ever ran the ball in college. And also NFL, you know, being if my body healed up, it's pretty it's pretty crazy mo-. What's what's interesting about the whole full the football thing in general is that one most people never experience any type of close to that type of level success, bro..

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"johnny mo" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

04:37 min | 1 year ago

"johnny mo" Discussed on KCRW

"Of the film that were scary for her. Like the same by the ocean where going to the waves. But she said it was a beautiful story. Get our next. You are the first indigenous woman to be nominated for best actress before this movie that you think of yourself as an indigenous Mexican woman or think of yourself as Mexican siempre than typical faces. No sacred. I see I've always identified with my roots. I grew up. Always proud of who I am people used to say, I'm a strange mix between mixed deca and tricky, but I've always been clear about where I come from simpler than. Yeah. Placenta on them any. I read that the Roma. The movie was shown at a film festival supper Teesta film festival in Chapas. What was that experience like for you? Play when it's. I assume context of mentally fit into the the that was amazing. It was a whole different experience there like a different world people. There aren't so obsessed with fame or asking you to take pictures with them being the default after they showed the movie when the lights came back on all I could see where people's eyes because the separatists cover their faces and all the eyes were red from crying. It was really surprising to see how a movie like this had truly touched their hearts. Dominic. Do you feel like you are representing Mexico's indigenous side to the world. Mice that. I am just an example of the diversity that exists in Mexico with our many cultures, and our many faces way, so noise, and that's all. Upper east CEO is the Oscar nominated star of the film Roma. She was speaking there with my colleague William troop, there's another film that's getting a lot of attention. But for different reasons, Berlin, I love you is a collection of vignettes each written and directed by different people around the world Chinese artist. Ai way is one of them. So when the film was released in the US earlier this month he was surprised to find out. His contribution didn't make the cut the BBC's carry Allen has been following the story, I asked her why I -ways bit was left out of the film entirely. Iway has had a very difficult relationship with the Chinese authorities for a long period of time now and his art is classed as controversial. He doesn't have a presence in mainland China. I mean, his name, for example, if you type it into China's equivalent of Facebook or Twitter waiver his name is outright sense it. So the government doesn't like people talking about I way way. And and and he he said that the reason that his episode was pulled from this film was because the. The authorities have put pressure on the phone company saying that if you you have connections to this man, you're you're almost supporting separatism or independence, and you're not supporting the Chinese communist party line. It's interesting because this this thing Berlin, I love you. It's part of this franchise called city of love where they make these composite films with contributions from all these directors. And and I read that that one of the executives with this franchise actually has an office in Shanghai. And might make one episode about Shanghai. Could it also be though, a an episode of self censorship of simply the interest in the Chinese market itself influencing the producers to make their own choice, even without direct Chinese pressure? Oh, absolutely. Yes. I mean the ton is such a huge market. This is a trend. Actually, that's that extends beyond film at the moment that companies have to be extremely cautious. And and they they recognize that if they curry favor with the Chinese government than that will benefit them in the long run. And there's there's a related episode just last week at the Berlin film festival. The latest film by Zhong MO of very famous Chinese filmmaker was yanked at the last minute. The film's called one second set in the Chinese cultural revolution. Should we assume that this is for the similar reasons? But this was quite surprising because Johnny MO is is very very close relationship with the government. I mean, he's been kind of, you know, put on a pedestal by the Chinese government as a real kind of pioneering Chinese film in sharing Chinese film to the west. So his film being pulled was was a big surprise. But so there is this trend of the moment in China visits revitalization at the film industry to basically be setting good examples to people, and so the government is looking more multi instigate, like stronger controls over film, and and.

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"johnny mo" Discussed on TechFan

TechFan

04:38 min | 2 years ago

"johnny mo" Discussed on TechFan

"I MAC pro MAC pro, I MAC mini the, send them your products and they will do it because some of those things are hot it on there. And the average mortal probably doesn't wanna start soldering inside their MAC pro. Have to the soul soldiering we're talking about, it's not stuffy with your radio shack. Soldiering on you need specialists Queant to diesel to ramp from a mother, bold. Exactly. Yeah. So thanks for the feedback. Tom, you know, gives us chance to hit on this subject yet again, I maintain what I said, oh, it's I, I know Apple's practices were I know why they were doing it. I know the excuses that they gave and I knew how they were threatening to crack down on people. Did they ever threat? Do they ever crackdown on us? No, to my knowledge to the our crackdown on anybody know. As far as I know they, they never impose that penalty on anybody. The point I do remember actually this MAC, I'm using them. I a retina macbook pro, the battery changing this by that policy when I first bought it because the Rishon battery was pretty weak. I thought secondhand. I had it changed by the policy. And then when I took it in because it had a a fault with the thunderbolt pulls the guy, apple said, I was looking for apples to pay to fix this. The guy apple said, well. Some of these been in here and been donor Pez. So I said, oh, have they. Oh yeah, they don't put this together way. We would do it and closed in what we're doing. Any kind of implied that they broke the thunderbolts pools. Even though I knew that wasn't the case. On so said, well, okay, I said, can you fake? Oh, no. We call this now because it's been what's about that policy. Which are kind of on the stand in all that's Bs come on. No, that's right. Look, I. One respect. I can't understand it because potentially they for napleton view going. Some of these been in here and they didn't know what they were doing. They didn't use all processes than they could've brought another things which if they can come to light during the head, the customer's going to expect foot the Bill full. I'm not saying I agree with that. I understand where they were coming from. It kind of the problem is if you take that extrapolate out to another industry slight, for instance, the car industry you would never ever go into a Toyota dealership with your and then turn around the say, oh, looks like somebody else's change the oil ahead so we can't do any work already more. Yeah, so but but by the same token, what annoyed me about that is that even if they had been prepared to work in the competed, they were talking about for logic, full replacement or five, six hundred pounds. Something on that essentially with percents you the value of the computer. And I sent to a third penalty guy. I think at some mission on the show on, I think it costs about seventy pounds of the polls fixed. Well, what he did, what what would have done? He basically descended the pools of the board and sold it. You own Chandler, king job done. Well, that kind of plays right into Russ and Johnny MO sentas. As feedback for last week show about an investigation and they both sent the same one nemo's sent one or Ross set. One that I think was half of the episode nemo sent the full Warner reverse. I don't remember which who sent what, but it was basically the same thing. But in Canada, they went undercover this news organization because they were getting a ton of complaints from customers saying that apple is trying to sell them new hardware set of fixing the existing hardware saying that while it's not worth fixing the old one because look at how much it's gonna cost. You should just by new one. These are the things that people accused apple of and the diehard apple fans say, all that doesn't happen. That's not that's not ampoules way while this news organization and granted, this was one case they went into an apple store. And the guy basically said he has replaced the whole screen and maybe the motherboard and something else. Olo it's not going to be covered under warranty because the liquid sensors had been triggered the red now. And of course humidity can do that doesn't mean sell spilled in there..

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"johnny mo" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

The Bill Simmons Podcast

03:24 min | 2 years ago

"johnny mo" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

"And this was right after David had put out the MoMA FU book. So it was like very in vogue to do. Like the Asian cookbook and everyone's like, dude, lucky, get you huge advance yet. And I was, I don't wanna do the cookbook, and I was like, I wanna write the Asian coming of age story because all we have is like Joy Luck Club. Tiger mom was out making us like look terrible. So I know agent believed in me, I went to a couple of agents. They were still cookbook. And then one agent said to me, if you write like two chapters, show it to me like all read it. I'm not gonna tell him to sell it, but I'll read it. So I one weekend wrote sixty pages show to my agent more Gerald than we had he. He was like, all right, I believe this. We had meetings like the five biggest publishing houses will be later. And the last meeting I go to annum house. You know, when you go into random house's all like the amazing books. Yeah, these are cool books like the books that make you read in school a going to the conference room before Chris Jackson walks in. I'm looking and I see like your big book basketball? Yeah. All right. They got good books here. Cool because I added Random House. I read the book and I always liked the chapter on the penny and Weber. There's a penny Weber chapter and I was again, I think I could be a Random House in there. Like you read our books. You read like the other west more. I read that big book basketball, but it was like, you know, like you're one of the dues. I saw doing a lot of different things. I was always into like, this sounds nerdy, but like I like Shakespeare like Jonathan swift and like Mark Twain. I like the renaissance men like I always was like, I just wanted to express myself like, I don't know why. I don't know why we're here. Like the central theme to all my work in writing is like, who knows if there's an afterlife, who knows what the purpose of this is. I just know it's a lot of fun and with summer league be there some. Yeah. Is there some early summer league afterlife? Yeah. Is there another for Mitchell Robertson? We'll go. Yeah. So I just was like, I don't need to do one thing. There's not one. I'm just going to have a great time. So I think that's what got me in all these different things. You got a lot of press when you got mad about what they did to your book as a TV show regret some of that or you stand by. You know, I regret sending the emails to the writer, show runner personally, right? But it was like a power struggle. She she liked wasn't that receptive to having me in the room and was kinda like, I'm gonna do this. And I was like, alright, will I feel like I'm being shut out on the come for you, but I definitely crossed the line. Yeah, I crossed the line. Yeah, you know. And well, there was also the stakes are pretty high just because to something I Chang and show like those guys always talk about the representation. Yes, especially networks. And then when you see the movie and you see these crazy reg- Asians movie, which a lot of people lake and yet Chang chore like they're like, fuck that moving. We're not going to see. That, yeah, I don't know. It's tough. It's that balance of all right. We're here, but we're not here in the right way yet. It's really tough because we're in the like ice age of Asian American media still, you know. But the thing for me, the gave me a lot of confidence as a kid was like, I started to watch like v wave Chinese cinema, like Johnny MO, Chen kites, raise the Red Lantern. Farewell. My concubine, Beijing bicycle out Raj like Edward Yang, Taiwanese films, rebel of the neon God..

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"johnny mo" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

The Bill Simmons Podcast

03:24 min | 2 years ago

"johnny mo" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

"And this was right after David had put out the MoMA FU book. So it was like very in vogue to do. Like the Asian cookbook and everyone's like, dude, lucky, get you huge advance yet. And I was, I don't wanna do the cookbook, and I was like, I wanna write the Asian coming of age story because all we have is like Joy Luck Club. Tiger mom was out making us like look terrible. So I know agent believed in me, I went to a couple of agents. They were still cookbook. And then one agent said to me, if you write like two chapters, show it to me like all read it. I'm not gonna tell him to sell it, but I'll read it. So I one weekend wrote sixty pages show to my agent more Gerald than we had he. He was like, all right, I believe this. We had meetings like the five biggest publishing houses will be later. And the last meeting I go to annum house. You know, when you go into random house's all like the amazing books. Yeah, these are cool books like the books that make you read in school a going to the conference room before Chris Jackson walks in. I'm looking and I see like your big book basketball? Yeah. All right. They got good books here. Cool because I added Random House. I read the book and I always liked the chapter on the penny and Weber. There's a penny Weber chapter and I was again, I think I could be a Random House in there. Like you read our books. You read like the other west more. I read that big book basketball, but it was like, you know, like you're one of the dues. I saw doing a lot of different things. I was always into like, this sounds nerdy, but like I like Shakespeare like Jonathan swift and like Mark Twain. I like the renaissance men like I always was like, I just wanted to express myself like, I don't know why. I don't know why we're here. Like the central theme to all my work in writing is like, who knows if there's an afterlife, who knows what the purpose of this is. I just know it's a lot of fun and with summer league be there some. Yeah. Is there some early summer league afterlife? Yeah. Is there another for Mitchell Robertson? We'll go. Yeah. So I just was like, I don't need to do one thing. There's not one. I'm just going to have a great time. So I think that's what got me in all these different things. You got a lot of press when you got mad about what they did to your book as a TV show regret some of that or you stand by. You know, I regret sending the emails to the writer, show runner personally, right? But it was like a power struggle. She she liked wasn't that receptive to having me in the room and was kinda like, I'm gonna do this. And I was like, alright, will I feel like I'm being shut out on the come for you, but I definitely crossed the line. Yeah, I crossed the line. Yeah, you know. And well, there was also the stakes are pretty high just because to something I Chang and show like those guys always talk about the representation. Yes, especially networks. And then when you see the movie and you see these crazy reg- Asians movie, which a lot of people lake and yet Chang chore like they're like, fuck that moving. We're not going to see. That, yeah, I don't know. It's tough. It's that balance of all right. We're here, but we're not here in the right way yet. It's really tough because we're in the like ice age of Asian American media still, you know. But the thing for me, the gave me a lot of confidence as a kid was like, I started to watch like v wave Chinese cinema, like Johnny MO, Chen kites, raise the Red Lantern. Farewell. My concubine, Beijing bicycle out Raj like Edward Yang, Taiwanese films, rebel of the neon God..

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"johnny mo" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"johnny mo" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Fifty ones and the sky sox the sky sox took a lead early as nato led off the bottom of the first inning with a triple and came home to score on kion braxton's rbi groundout freddie peralta who leads the pc l in strikeouts went only three innings last night in his start that was apparently by design don't know anything more than that but speculation is that he will be joining the big league club the brewers for his next start peralta three shutout innings five strikeouts he was relieved by bubba derby who was handed a three nothing lead because of christian beth and courts to run home run in absolute blast to left field in the third inning derby had a scoreless inning alec asher came on in relief of that and the first two innings for the righty asher were just fine unfortunately in the seventh inning he allowed a solo home run to zach bornstein and then a bases clearing three run double from pinch hitter johnny mo nells give the fifty one's a four to three lead the sky sox again leaned on christian beth and cord down to their final three outs in the bottom of the ninth inning trailing by one bath in court connected for his second home run of the game and gives us our coors light call of the game ready to go the livery he'd drive right field past barsky is back after wall davis tied the whole run by christian or it would have been one of the moments of the year of the sky sox had completed the comeback and walked it off in the ninth inning they had their chance bases loaded and one down for pinchhitter shane opitz opitz lined into a sixty five double play doubling off new acquisition brad miller from third base who represented the winning run that sent us into extra innings and trysts and archer had some difficulties behind him or rather in front of him defensively as he allowed three runs to give the fifty one's an extra inning lead zach bornstein brought home the go ahead run with a tapper back to the mound archers throw home was on target but dropped by christian beth in court that brought home the.

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"johnny mo" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"johnny mo" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"The pinchhitter in the nine spot in the top half of this inning that gave the fifty ones their lead a three run double from johnny mo now taylor with a big two run single in last night's ball game is batting two thirty three on the year as he takes low in for a called strike breaking digital just let the inside corner in the names tyron despite the low batting average has been among the more consistent hitters in this lineup four home runs twenty one runs batted in the oh one called strike with a fastball on the outside corner jailer wondering what will come next from rational slow breaker on the inside corner fastball at ninety one on the outside corner and he's in the whole oh and sky sox trailing four three in the bottom of the seventh inning to the las vegas fifty once also to grounded a third picked up on a short hop from asi to second for one on the first a double play well played by the third basement asi and the rest of the infield does their job as the fifty one's work around the one out single and face just three men in a scoreless seventh inning to the eighth we go in colorado springs the fifty one year over the sky sox four to three you're listening xtra sports thirteen hundred see store for details schumer loan heard only on cbs sports radio philadelphia seventy sixers president.

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"johnny mo" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"johnny mo" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Corbin burns day is done in line for the victory it would be his second in as many starts here and security service field six innings complete two runs both earned on seven hits two walks and six strikeouts fifth time this season that burns has gotten through the sixth inning no he faded at the end both runs and four of the hits came in the sixth inning he made what maybe the defensive play of the game has the left handed hitting catcher johnny mo nell lipsett foul left side back out of play the sixth inning ended with four straight singles but cody ashes single to left center field was cut off by tyrone taylor who made a throw to then on occupational third base zach boren seen tried to advance from first to third ball one mrs outside it's one in one now to mona l and burns sprinted over to third grabbed the throw and slapdown tag for outnumber three called strike on the inner half with an off speed pitch it's now one in two tim o now modell one for tonight a single is first time up one of these seven hits in tonight's game for the fifty once gerski delivers and mona l looks at back over the screen foul to keep the advanta live gercy leads the league in holds and he is asked you protect a four run lead here in the seventh inning six to the sky sox lead looking to start their seven game homestand with victory.

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"johnny mo" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

03:23 min | 2 years ago

"johnny mo" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"I can do glasses will not fail me i can tell you maybe that youngster belongs to so avid back the third base dugout a strike to taylor with the sacks full of socks one out here on the sixth innings sky sox trying to get some of those runs back that baker scored in the top half of the inning taylor tonight oh for to hit by pitch back in a second right hand around right hander here comes val away right side and taylor is hold on to dwarf it i had a very nice game under the radar a bit who's the one hit but three walks and that's a great way to get out of a slump taylor is two for six with a basis loaded this year to strike delivery taken high ball one the sox have had a lot of traffic on the basis tonight coming into this setting the stranded six they are one for six with runners in scoring position and the delivery line to laugh that's gonna drop in for a day set dandy comes in run around third right on his heels he'll score through second base or on a single by taylor a two run single for tyrod taylor socks do indeed runs back at vegas and once again rodley taylor comes through downtown account rb twenty one for him one of the walks in the nfc kashdan that'll bring up red phillips left handed batting rightfielder base the right hander kevin mcgowan trump's set throws way inside with a fastball one and oh that might have brushed phillips's jersey but even if it did he'd rather stay in the box so the socks once again lead by three it's five to two against center fielder biondi playing exceedingly shallow pitches low good stop behind the play by johnny mo now and it's too and odebrecht phillips blowing in from right all the fielders especially the center at rightfielder playing shallow here good speed on the bases rambled up in that'll be a basic around third getting away heading home jay phillips it's now sixty two sky sox his second rbi the game over this last time off this is sixty thousand a year rbi jacob dining hamels stuff to the ladies over three stopping at second tyrod taylor watson silence of their biggest lead of the game.

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"johnny mo" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"johnny mo" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"Great is the three the grainy the three packs of game called by johnny most that you just always a company with so thanks guys doing all right thank you blink bird with the steel is going to be on his top five player of all time because he had the steel and then he had the assist so the steelers selves amazing but the assist even more incredible that dennis johnson cuts to the basket and bird hits human in scores the lab but yeah jordan steel on karl malone is overshadowed by the jumper to win the championship and you know the chance had a chance i mean a great chance i mean you're you're up one and you have the ball in malone's gotta and then mike has the steel and then has the push off jumper but lebron's block on under yugala of the of all the great players in nba history if you're gonna make five plays that's all you have five plays for their highlight reel how many of those guys are going to have a defensive play lebron is yes living i was so let down by actually finally watching havlicek stole the ball that's havlicek stole the ball just tipped it yeah i all awful pass it was going nowhere anyway did it hit the wire oh that i don't know i've heard that before i think there was a wire that ran in the garden and an havilcek it it's i think it's hit maybe hits the wire havilcek tips at and then johnny mos johnny most doesn't say who ended up with the ball it's havilcek stole the ball how check tip the ball i don't think he officially stole the ball.

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"johnny mo" Discussed on WEEI

WEEI

02:25 min | 3 years ago

"johnny mo" Discussed on WEEI

"Go with tommy hasn't changed first of all of you if you have johnny most would you think a glen ord were glen ord where debris going lopate go i put it quickly on those stairs it was shouted out of stairs generalized pants on fire karago all right y y you're originally log well you kept asking to quest for the eyes there when i don't want to look into his next point because they didn't have time so he doesn't like heintz an or ac he likes but on our salon japan johnny mo this all over johnny most was with i mean first of all he technically was a play by play announcers don our cell is technically a play by play announcer night you it it it is almost impossible to say you like johnny most but disliked tommy hindson got today are both the dictionary definition of homer right and and that's why and by the way we all aspire lava joy at all of it yeah unless odd goods in ulcers is glenn did not just for those who died husselblatt as there's in light of my various that a glenn tells a great story about janica how much of a home where he was yeah so each so michael jordan togo and he'll be out of the lincoln three years oh no a three four after sixty three points that that good three a lot of people say this guy's good um so yeah definitely was a homer now i will point out that might gorman said that the celtics were not only going to beat the cleveland cavaliers in the playoffs couple years ago he says dixon six celtics had sex they were under five hundred at the time they were forty and forty two i still remember a couple of years ago before the even got really good and they were talking about potential trades and gorman didn't wanna trade anybody he said i don't even i don't even want to trade tyler zeller as a real thing that he say jeez liked the team so watch uh like like it now now he likes all these these guys have like that coming in tarragona at fall forget i fall for happen i know observed by henderson in iraq pex threat kids draft picks aces and whole goal for atr lighter just tshirt cliche share and i wanna of ask tommy heintze for permission.

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