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"johnny rescue" Discussed on The Billowing Hilltop Podcast

The Billowing Hilltop Podcast

06:46 min | 5 months ago

"johnny rescue" Discussed on The Billowing Hilltop Podcast

"One of them. Is Gore. Bags sponge the mother. Mock. Let's bench. She is dressed like the rest of them in some kind of cultish robes, and she is dogged. They're not tattoos just being painted on all dog on. Ceres of markings have face forearms anything that's exposed with these kind of mad writhing images of open aggressive more than jaws and mouths intersperse weapons and glades and shields very light. The tattoos are on the arms of the the original chief cultists that you can make the assumption that these people are cultists of Banshee Foo- and she recognizes you tougher, and and they start trying to push past the skeleton, so there's a sort of kerfuffle. We won't. I'm going to kind of slightly hand wave the detail of it, but the the skeleton pushes North into the room now that the door is open, and they start piling out of the aggressive towards look. They look terrified and the first one. The foremost one runs out. He's all it's moving. It starts heading east towards the double doors further into the complex and the others run out to they. Looking at you terrified. They didn't look aggressive They look like they would rather be anywhere else. They looked like the terrified that other. They've been on mosques or that. They're under attack. was something the justly with each other nodes to get out to the rim nicely to be so scared? Up there and that is fat. I think I'm GonNa make a role for these. Very smart. So one of the skeletons are the far into the corridor from the ones trying to scramble against hopeless against these double doors decides to give up on scrapping to was these double doors and runs away up to the north. The up towards the you think. The beast came from other than that I have nothing to report. Move onto birth. Okay, so which one of these go bikes Goldberg Sponge is. Let's say she is the one standing just on your side of the door to the north. She's behind little gaggle of three or four of these people. You're not sure that you don't recognize some of the others well, not people that you know that you might have seen them around town I'll say. Come down Running that ways potentially dangerous. How. Did you come to be here? Make a check What's the most appropriate skill in this instance? persuasion vis Suasion K.. Eleven. Your words register, but she just looks to panicked. There's also dislike for very fervor. Ish. Kind of fanaticism is as well you wonder whether or not they're scared, but they might get a little bit more aggressive if they were cornered. Okay well, I just moved out the way so Anything else you want to do yes. I wanted to stow my crossbar and take him when I sold coal and grumbled. GROWED! and. Go It's time for your business ties and criminal. Jimbo the QA remould di Di di. Ding. All! Right. Okay. We'll do another shocking grasp on. The teaching in front of me does that one. Is going for. A week. Thing with Johnny Rescue. Things out. Tack Than Anybody Grumbled Golfing a few state and then shakes himself. And these are all skeletons clustered outside the door. No, they all look like they looked like that. Cultists that their towns people who are worshippers of Banshee view who are in a bit of a frantic kind of push to escape. They piled out of this room to the north, pushing the skeleton the way. They look like they're going to try and either flee attack. You or something probably Flea Cain. Fee than any suggestions anybody. About to sleep guess. Fully the story. One of the skeletons s like. I'll turn around and start checking out the door to the north there is. Over here all he, the teaching that teaching the popped out from the door to the south, slammed the door shaw having. Yeah Yeah. The skeleton against the S- Saddam down here. Skeletons. Aggressive at the moment. But. The time will come with that and spell wings out, and they will start attacking us so taking them at one the time now would be. We all we off the Pepsi's count nations seven rounds into the turning period. Right. Off One at a time, they're not thinking. I think. He does damaged. Anyway. Be turned. Not Okay so. Where is it on this southern real calm? There's a couple of skeletons very southern. scrabbling against the wall of the Southern Rhode, Vaca- Go into the that and then I'll do any fireboat. Okay, let me just describe that room. T run out. Quite hit a couple of turns around. We'll go the other way. K.. Chamber grumbled There's a couple of feds against the eastern wall. There's a long wooden table on the south wall which the two sentences scrapping against a couple of stools weapon racks. There's a suit of leather armor on that table with a variety of tools spread around. It looks like somebody's been other repairing that. Tomorrow whatever it is. You want to do. Anything looks particularly tasty when I make nothing. Particularly Valuable. Okay. How far about them? One of the skeletons which white? On the one in front of me to to the south. Class Eight is Amiss. Okay, so it didn't do damage, so he's not gonNA. Stop Turning. Is that correct I have to? You have to talk to the boss bill that. Doesn't grime. I will consult the writeup. What, about it when the time comes? Windy takes any damage.

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"johnny rescue" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

05:15 min | 8 months ago

"johnny rescue" Discussed on ESPN FC

"All the time Or information gets provided about a deal. That's just one element of it by. He makes this much but really then when you add up all the costs the total player costs we'd like to call it becomes a very different number the image rights in the right. And then so before you know it. It's a baby story so a lot of the PR If would you like to go back to class whether that's in the championship or leaked to would you like to go back as a CEO? Cfo whatever you think is too much hassle. It's too difficult for certain clubs to make a good thing to do a good job of the joke you would like to do any offers a few phone calls. Okay okay. I'll figure swampy now. I'm kidding No I wouldn't really want to go back In part because Eighties is a relentless job. So I think a lot one of the things that that isn't really emphasized in some of these discussions. It's just really hard to run UPS. It's a really hard job It's it's an incredibly time consuming job. It's a physically demanding job and it's a it's just A. It's a hard assignment and I think a lot of times. People running full ups. Don't get enough credit to get a lot of grief. I'm so psychologically. Obviously they have to pretty sturdy to deal with what's coming at. You could not winning the league. Obviously the first loser is kind of how I think about it right. So there's a lot of unhappy people. Happy fans a lot of unhappy players and coaches around us. That's not the most pleasant of of tasks muscles just fish. We've taken of your time. We assume you might have seen southern Anton on Netflix. But we have with the other day he was. He was rooting for Charlie Manson and and Donald Store to store Donald over that guy issue relate to those guys I can relate to them. Exactly what you're saying these crowds exactly what about in through. And you should be difference for them because they weren't clear with with a wedge being of of almost primarily club so he was always going to be difficult for anyone. But what you're describing is exactly what you're going through finance. Yeah absolutely thank you for bringing that up. I think I think people should totally watch it. I think it's really worth seeing those shows. Whatever you think trial your Stewart It is it. May I thought to myself? This is really painful to watch because That's the reality of most clubs. Most of the time the numbers might be different than the s they overspend in. What HAVE YOU? But they also have great cash flow. I look at Sundell Myself Amazing. They've got twenty seven. Twenty eight thousand people come in the door every time they play a game. I'm a money goes to Jack Rodwell and or So no I totally get that. But it's a wow. This is really hard to watch on the other hand is probably really fascinated See but it was really light so their friends that other investor in the club. Who was the You you see him early on. You seem again at the end. He's like Goofy Uruguayen Guy. I'm blanking on his name now but I do know and it looks like Tori Sartori. Yes so you know. This dude is married to is married to to. He's married to Jacky. Reba love love. Who is the daughter of Reba? Love Love The guy who owns Monaco and the guy was involved was involved in one of the greatest as a victim. He's not one of the greatest art scams in history right Ripped off by the shady French art dealers. A wonderful starring digressing. Wasn't he French? But why is the nationality relevant come at each swings shady and French together? I don't know but my point is just. The absolute randomness right. So you got Stewart. Donald how does he have even meet this dude? How did he do decide to invest money as a minority partner in In Sunderland and how much does this mess with Stewart? Donald Brain that. This guy's wife probably spends more money on flowers in a month on just margin less than John and that would be enough to keep the football club taking over like it's got to mess with you right. It's gotta be driving crazy. I think they know each other from Oxford united days. I think stewardess from Oxford in conservatory at some point tried to buy Oxford or their own Chunk of Oxford and I think this some relation there but of course I think somebody like Stewart Donald's According to press reports is trying to sell the football club at the moment extinct probably thinking to himself. There's all these rich people out there. Why aren't they want they? Investing this football club losing money. I think that's a big chunk of it I think when you look at football as a way of making money you're probably not in a good place What's what Johnny rescues to say that the way to make a small fortune of football is to start with the March one? I saw.

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"johnny rescue" Discussed on After the Bell

After the Bell

11:51 min | 9 months ago

"johnny rescue" Discussed on After the Bell

"Us to talk about his love of the squared circle. Atb starts now. You're welcome welcome. Welcome to after the bell. I am still corey. Graves plus one more year round the sun. I made it. I think I'm nine years beyond my projection. Congratulations me feel free to send me. Belated Birthday wishes at WWe graves or send me whatever mean stuff. You've been sending any way as you were. It's more fun. I'm not let it bother me. We've got a good show today. We're going to celebrate sports entertainment. Wwe and beyond. Because I'm allowed to do that dammit. So let's not waste any more time. You can find this man each and every Wednesday at eight. Pm Eastern Standard Time on the USA network. He is the heart and soul of Annex. T Johnny Gargano Johnny. What's going on man? How are you? Hey Man how are you? I'm doing great absolutely fantastic. I'm here at the performance right now. Actually so ready to go. I like to have this mental image of you that is never not in a wrestling ring. As long as I've known you it's always been in a wrestling environment We've had very few interactions beyond occasionally like a catering or in the hallway passing once in a blue moon. But I like to think the johnny wrestling really lives up to the name and never leaves the ring. Pretty much I I actually in like a conference room right now form center and I'm looking at a bunch of pictures. There was a picture of undertaker With pallbearer there's a picture of Shawn Michaels visual. Don't go see Boston Heart. So that's that's I. I'm very entrenched in the wrestling world. so you can normally find me like you mentioned in a wrestling ring in wrestling. Conference Room. Filled with pictures. Of Various people half-naked. It's funny to me. I have a lot of guests on here. And we just sorta take a trip down memory lane and realize just how long we've known each other. It's had to have been what twelve years I mean. I remember the West Park Party pavilion in Cleveland for AI. W and probably even before that with with. Jt's company you know. Yep I remember that in Cleveland. I remember in Pittsburgh Right So we we did a bunch of stuff there as well But Yeah I think we've known each other gotta be I've been wrestling for like fifteen years so it's I've had at least seem your. We've we've interacted probably twelve years. It's probably a good estimate. It's really wild when you think about it and everybody takes their own journey and goes around the world to get you know where they want to be. But you're here. You're setting the world on fire along with the rest of the black and yellow brand. Let me ask you this as someone who really cut their teeth within the WWe bubble as a member of Annex T. What have been some of the biggest changes since become a weekly live show versus when they used to just record things at full sail. Things are just a whole lot faster. I think Before you'd kind of have a week where you'd have all your TV. Prep you do. Maybe four three to four episodes and one full sail taping. Now you're Kinda you gotTA gotta be on every single week now now. It's not just okay. I'm GONNA do this. Tv film poor episodes and you're disconnected for a month here as every single Wednesday night. We gotta go out there and give our all and you got to be prepared for anything. And I think that's the biggest change is before you kind of knew what was coming now. They've kind of change in a week to week basis. So things are a whole lot faster and just changing all the time so you had a cup of coffee. If you will on Iran smackdown along with champion. A couple of other members of the annex t roster. How would you coffee? I don't know that was a cup of Coffee Lilac. You were at least standing in front of the coffee shop. Let's say that okay. Okay I went to the door. I mobile ordered move order but I didn't pick it up. At least you found the starbucks but how does how does that compare and contrast to what he's become now I say it's it's very different. Maybe just because I'm so entrenched in the XP system and I have known Are Basically writing staff our creative team. Everyone who were all the camera guys. Everyone who works backstage plus is at full sail every week and it was like ten minutes from my apartment and Orlando so. That's nice so travel schedule isn't as hectic as raw smackdown. But you all you see it. There is urgency that same diversity on Ron Second. I was just different like it's way more stressful on smackdown for some strange reason but it feels like home. And if I'm very very comfortable so I think that's the biggest difference for me than the eating what I felt over there. It just feels very. I don't know like things are just a million people. There's literally a million people that I've never seen. I see New People all the time when I backstage back down. And he is just like a family environment where. I know everyone so I think that's the big chain looking around the the next T- roster you've got a lot of familiar faces. Obviously not only since your time. Arriving in annexed T. But back to the independent days What's it like back to our earlier. Conversation sort of sharing the locker room and sharing the platform with some guys in some familiar faces. I think that's the coolest thing is it's we've all been talking about this for so many years like you mentioned we've known each other like twelve years. I've known a lot of the guys that are on the NFC Rosser for probably like ten years as well and it's all filled with guys. Who have talked about this moment. Talked about making the and kind of doing what we do. And and I think that's also the while thing we're just doing what we do and then like any of us have changed that much. It's not like we've had to be completely repackaged or retooled or renamed or anything of that. It's a lot of just us doing what we did. On the indies. Doing it on national television. Which is wild that I'm able to do that with guys. Like can consider friends guys. I consider very close to me. And that's why I mentioned. Nfc being like a family. It's like that in our locker room as well. And that's that's what I love most about it to your point about this is just doing what we do in everybody's sort of had the same dream for the most part To get to. Wwe Now you find yourself. A lifelong fan being able to work shoulder to shoulder with one of the greatest. If not the greatest of all time I know a personal favorite of yours Shawn Michaels. Yeah I literally just like Right for the interview I said. Hey Darryl how weird is that that you just went to day? And they'll away there's hpk it's so weird a weird. Now that I get text messages from Shawn michaels asking me about like cookies. And I I remember when I saw like Captain Marvel. I got a text would like Kenmare thumbs up or thumbs down like you're like movie reviews now So the weird life. I live right now that I just talked to Shawn Michaels about cookies and movie reviews and lights. I mean Kansas all the time about. How is it going to be really weird one day when we have a child and I'm just like Oh yeah? Go go play with your your uncle. Uncle Sean and Uncle Hunter over there. Go hang out with them go hang uncle. Dx over there and just see them much. Yeah you know. Your Dad used address like your uncle. Sean used to put on like Very flamboyant and dance around his house of sexy boy. No big deal now now. There's this him now Yeah it's weird life man. But that's that's the. I don't know it leaves me speechless. Sometimes when I sit back and actually think about it I think by the back of that man was painted on my wall and now he's just a text message conversation away. It's while right and I think we're all guilty of just forgetting to step back every once in a while and just pinch yourself and go wait a minute. This is my life now. This is what we do and we were in this in this world now and it's just kind of a crazy feeling when you when you look at it like in the big picture for me the thing. I hope to never lose. I like the minute I lose that Inner Fan. I lose that inner child where I sit back and remember how cool this is. That's that's for me that that's the biggest thing when I do like meet and greets or say I'm GonNa Hotel and and there's kids waiting around the guardrail or early morning in the airport and people are coming up and giving autographs that. I always try to remind myself that I did this. Like I was standing there in that that child is or I was at this meet and greet or I was standing in line to do autograph signing always remind myself of that and we tried to think what would have made me have the coolest experience ever and. I try to do that for them so I think the moment I lose. That is the moment I shouldn't be doing this anymore. That's Awesome I. I'm guilty of all. The things that you are trying to avoid is usually my dad that brings me back into reality when. I'll call him and vent him. I'll never forget. I was in my car back in in the next few days and I can into some disagreement of some sort with dusty who was so integral to Olive Annex T. I called my dad to vent and I'm going damn it dad dusty won't do this or dusty thinks this is and my dad goes stop. Listen to what you just said you got in an argument with the American dream and I guess that kind of made your point for you All right maybe I should just shut up and realize what the hell I'm doing with my life so it's important to keep that perspective but now to your point earlier about Sean as close as you become on a personal basis you still have to work in a professional capacity with him What's it like having Sean as is the coach slash mentor as opposed to the friend for me? It always just feels like I have the best wrestler of all time on on standby. If I ever get opinion pretty good problem to have I think about it. That vein to selling the indies and I was struggling with something and I just text Shawn Michaels and he can tell me the right answer like I. That's my life now. I can actually do that. But being able to work side by side with them hand by hand and What he's brought. Nfc is just such a different vision. I've always been a fan of obviously ninety Shawn Michaels. That's what I grew up on. But as he got older and as his career progressed he developed a different sort of style and that was a style that like really kind of resonated with me and I tried to do a bit on the news. Well with the storytelling aspects. Being more movie. Ask as opposed to professional wrestling. I definitely believe in the drama. I believe in the Shakespeare I believe and all that sort of stuff that he brought the table and he was a big reason that that became popular. So he's kind of bringing it to Annex T. Well I've always had that mindset so the timing just worked out to where I could go Side by side with him and kind of make those types of matches and those types of stories and those types of things come true and he. He's the best of all time for a reason. He is very much. So the mindset wrestling evolves wrestling changes He's not one of these older wrestlers who sits back and says things need to be this certain way and I found that the guys who are very very successful have that mindset. They aren't so dead set in their ways that they need to be. They need to be right all the time. He's consistently learning anything physically growing and he realizes one hundred both realize that wrestling in two thousand twenty is way different than wrestling was. Say Ninety dollars so what? We through a typical afternoon at the performance center watching an X. T. footage maybe your own footage with HPK. So I'm not performed center as much as my Johnny Rescue. Monica would lead you to believe any more trying to help you here seeing as it as NFC is on TV on a weekly basis. Now we have like travel..

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"johnny rescue" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

11:09 min | 1 year ago

"johnny rescue" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"If your if your cough you're welcome to do that somebody asked me a question I can get back to that I was Curt asking me a question about our company the so apparently well I'm not going to make any decision based on what you want to bring up the name because everybody you know I'm just not the whole could spur I don't wanna get involved in their whole conspiracy theories in around that I'll just say this we're talking about each twenty eight I do something I'm watching very very closely it is public knowledge it's out there so but none the less there is an attempt to gain more control of the border it's one thing to gain control of the stock that's an easy thing to do go by controlling shares in a hostile kind of away but gain more control of the board the six it's expected to happen on Friday we'll see if it does happen I suspect in might it could be getting close to a total re formation of the company the motive for this is a joke are from the person is trying to gain control because he apparently has not been very in touch with that sector in a very very long time and has no clue what's going on now I happen to know that's not true cell one can only believe that there there is a different mode of this is a company that is reshaping what it is doing it has been for quite some time ago watching it very closely it's been a couple years reshaping like a company like this takes a lot of time so I suspect it's going to take a lot of time could I put it on my cell list well just at the mere solidifying of this person wanting to take over the stock dramatically jumped up it is dramatic over the last five days and extract dramatically jumped up this morning by a fair amount so continues to rise as I expected over the weekend so I'm going to wait it out I'm going to get a handle on it and if I put a sell order it's not going to be until Wednesday and so I feel like the the optic is gettin isn't is wearing it's welcome six ten three six three eleven saying you can't you're caught my wrist Glenda saying good morning good morning glamorous just saying Dan I don't have words yet I would like to know more about them do your dollar cost average in per search or by as much as allocated and leave it alone should I buy one on the violence if you're retired looking for income is the only reason you're buying a prefer so you need to understand that if you're not going to take the income if you don't need the income you should buy it at all you don't need are they should be bought for income income purposes only you never dollar cost averaging in a preferred I should say never generally by the time you get around a dollar cost averaging down the you know the the you're getting closer to the call date but you can dollar cost average average down a preferred we got to be careful about doing that I generally don't like to do that just by whatever you can buy it leave it alone but I would I would not buy a preferred unless you are planning on using the income a drawing the income out so mercy help that hopefully that helps you I'm somebody is asking me good morning I dared should I change my account from TD Ameritrade each trade no not yet you should you will you later do that I may be making a call for everybody to do it I may be making a call for everybody that has a TD Ameritrade to change our account just something else are we we don't know I don't know yet I won't know for a little bit exactly how the ideology of Charles Schwab is going to impact white we have come to know if you have any tea TD Ameritrade account I don't know how that's going to pan out but I would tell all I the C. L. R. Charles Robb that he's in for a rude awakening causes a lot of people going to be changing like thousands and thousands of people pulling their money out if that idea ology continues to balance I. T. R. Charles Robb is a are driven by ideology and political correctness are far more than anything else now if they heard me say that which somebody the works of Charles Schwab is hearing that and and grabbing their chest and having a heart attack saying this guy's out of his mind well maybe they have a watch the same things I've watched them do as a result of their desire first and foremost to be politically correct second to yeah why the last would consider socially conscious and third by your sheer blinders and an ability to look at certain things are because of that and I just say something else about that with that particular company for what it's worse I have not ever been wrong about that with that company and I pointed out can't list countless examples and I proved to be right every single time so we by the grace of god but we'll see what what happens I it is why that stock would never be all my by let I you know a lot of people are using different platforms to invest their money they're booking responsible you don't own Charles Robb when you buy you know X. Y. Z. company in your trunk Charles Robb again unless you buy Charles Schwab stock you don't own them and that's why we can still use them as a platform but if you wanna bite Israel fund forget about it six ten three six three day perpetually lied and deceived people about Timothy plan saying that they're closed end funds I used to say all the time Timothy is never had a closed end fund which is true and I never will our day closing a find yes and I don't even like the word close because you're technically not closing it they're technically taking the assets and are moving it over to their international fund that would be their emerging market fund they're taking the position in their international fund in an effort to be even more diversified in that international fund by putting the emerging markets in that it's very different to closing the fund or having a closed end fund but that's what they say because they don't have the guts to say to people well we don't support their ideology so we don't we we don't have their phones on our platform so anyway yeah I I suspect we'll see more of that band I wouldn't do it quite yet all right let me go to Mike from Virginia I might Hey that are you good I don't hear you all talk about rental property and I would just kind of wanting to see what your thoughts whirled rental properties you had a model look like what percent of your portfolio you should kind of use for rental property investment back so I talk about it all fairly often because I talk about it when people have questions about it we have so many people to call their own rental properties and you know ask me about it I like rental properties I will say this what I always say about rental properties you're never going to all in a stock portfolio I should say never who knows what could happen but in a very unlikely that is going to produce the same consistent income on a regular basis the as rental properties what I don't if there's only one thing I don't like about him and that's it that is I wouldn't want people to own rental properties for the appreciation of the value of that rental property I think the days of the eighties and nineties of appreciation are gone are long gone as far as percentages go for four wheel are for residential real estate rental properties but I don't think there's anything better to be building an income portfolio then every rental properties in them by you've got to know the risk and I think the risk of very small first of all you got to have the temperament the understanding that you're gonna be okay do you want to be a landlord you're okay with that and you know a little bit about that and have the abilities to handle that properly or willing to pay the twenty percent commission which is nothing wrong with it but paying the twenty percent commission for having somebody else handle the day to day things of of of a rental property I think that it's it's a fine it's a fine investment from an income perspective are so I would say that the risk is whenever you have a rental property for income you have to understand that the rental property is only as good as your ability to carry out carry it when you don't have a tenant in there and if you don't have a tenant in there and if you don't have a tenant you can't pay the taxes where the debt service if you have debt service and you're working to pay it off you can't carry the taxes insurance and that service then you shouldn't have it you should have because that's a recipe for maybe potential disaster in a severe downturn but that's the only race Johnny rescue I mean you have liability rest for you can you can transfer transfer that risk to.

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