13 Burst results for "Michael Blonde"

"michael blonde" Discussed on BiggerPockets Real Estate Podcast

BiggerPockets Real Estate Podcast

03:52 min | 4 months ago

"michael blonde" Discussed on BiggerPockets Real Estate Podcast

"Two job with using up other people's money and i don't mean like hard money i mean i have lots of friends that are like oh that's awesome. We love to do something like that too. But i'm wondering how to get there faster. Yeah all right. I'll start so if you want if you want to scale faster rate and you're going to need to raise money for like a. Why do people invest with somebody else. Why do they choose to invest is because a. They're aware of the the person right like they know that you're doing real estate Be there. This is not there where i should put like an abc to this. They're aware as they number three is they're capable right if i want to make this an abc. I'm making a framework right here. A they're able they're aware in other words that it's it's benefiting them because they get a good return better than they get elsewhere. They're aware of the situation. And they're capable of actually invest in. They have the money and I know here. Maybe you delivered a pitch to them so like they could have all the first three things. But if you've never actually go for the sale you never close it. You're gonna struggle there so anyway so Michael blonde has a really good suggestion. That i've always loved is even before you have. The deal is to put together a sample pitch deck of like this is the type of deal going after. I've always loved that. People are funny creatures right like we all crave good design and clarity so much and so this is one of the things. I say the webinars all the time. One of the reasons bigger pockets calculators are helpful is i mean the calculators are great help you run the numbers but what i i think the most valuable part is it gives you a pdf with charts and graphs and color. And when you show that to somebody. They're like oh. Wow yeah you know what you're doing like don't even read it. They don't even know what they're talking about. But chris that clarity and so like putting time and effort into putting together a sample pitch deck sample. Pdf of this type of deal. We're going to be doing. And then they're aware of it. Could you talk about on your instagram. Your facebook whatever you are attending events. You're talking to people constantly. You're going on podcast. You've got enough experience. You can start dry going on different podcast talking about what you're doing all those things. Add up to be able to scale quicker building your audience. I mean this is why spend so much time now. The only reason. But i spent a lot of time and effort money growing instagram. Because we've raised thirty five million dollars in the last twelve months and has all come from instagram. Almost entirely right like it's insane. And it's because i wanted somebody say this they said they invested in my fund..

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"michael blonde" Discussed on Casandra Properties Real Estate Podcast

Casandra Properties Real Estate Podcast

05:47 min | 7 months ago

"michael blonde" Discussed on Casandra Properties Real Estate Podcast

"Been an amazing experience. your relying on all the different assets through podcast and everything else any books in particular that really you. Could you know point to one or two. That really kinda helps in a more meaningful way than the others. He has financial freedom through real estate investing by michael blonde. That was the book that i read to switch me over from single family homes multifamily reading that book my husband and i were very convinced that we could keep working to create this business and put ourselves in a position drastically different five to ten years than we are right now through real estate so that was a big mindshift in that one also grit by angela. Doubt that's just something. I read even graduating college and it's really attributed to so much resilience in my life than pushing through and kind of exploring new grounds. I mean real estate hasn't been in my life very long and it was something coming into new and knowing that getting over the impostor syndrome of feeling like there is space in this realm and learning from other people in a and really giving me the courage to take that first step of buying i investment property and then to take that first step to build a business and keep moving in the real estate world so for a period of time Especially when i first got into the business there was that good old boys network and it was a bit more challenging to penetrate the markets. We didn't have all of these assets available and people weren't as helpful. But i feel like that's changed. Have you found that the real estate community is is kind of embraced. Embraced you in has been really helpful or one hundred percent. I am actually still shocked at the amount of support that i get from real estate investors. It's so amazing. And honestly when i launched my brand the net worth nurse and that was you know a lot of courage to do that and it was a big step for me am just in my life and in.

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"michael blonde" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

Questlove Supreme

08:17 min | 1 year ago

"michael blonde" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

"Boys album to death. Do US part part. Yeah, redecorated out, probably did. All that shit about women Tucson's to. Putting together that. Production team, just everybody collaborating and making great music. Great Music. You know everybody's got to want to jam. You know everybody's got to have an input. It can't be fucking Egos. You know what I mean like I don't have an ego. Like, let's just let's just Cham- SPEC the best. Record that we can make. And, then we'll argue about who did the best. When is over with? Without the will at the other side, I'm jumping around so. The diary. What made you take? Ninety? Nine left balloons. Yes, for going down. Drugs. Makes tables. I love if I all. The first or we all my uncle play the bass on their shit's. Telling me on. Eddie is probably the best musician that I've ever heard my life. And I don't like them on the fuck. Do not get along him playing bass on. Favorite join emory leverage him everything. What is full name so we can look them up Eddie Wilson. He's a bad motherfucker. He bad like Princeton. Anything! Heaping plate chairs and jam. But, he blind. He's he's a fucking asshole. Michael? Blonde man. To. Me So. Leave it at that. The best collaborations are. You know what I mean. He's fucking awesome. He's awesome. Amir remember that that show. This is your life where they would bring on different people from your pass. Yes, like he should be a contest. We just. Keep bringing on all the people you hate. Sure. Can ever. Fly Yeah. We'll bring you, Bro. So. At least with the diary. Did you feel like that was your? Valentine's Day what happened with the between a diary end the the The world is yours okay, so. The world is yours smoking regular dirt, asked we. Heard this story before. When we got to fucking California. Talk about it. Who's smoking shit that has. So that that was. That's called the chronic. Shit. That's what it was mean. It made. You feel different, so it made you. Think difference when you felt different than you you. You made you think and. Play different. It was like wow. That's when she started jamming I think I. Think it was the weed man. What was always have for you with going from the diary to the untouchable? Like your production just stepped up. Home, level out of homes. Were, bad Ban. Dowse our south, my record on. Tone. Wow Yeah but mike mixed. Mike, was he? He Makes A. Lot of those albums and he played on a lot of those albums. But the production, and the mixing and the mastering of those albums, right, there was second in not yet you could hear it went up like. Wow. I believe the do I mean, do you? As, far as you being on everyone's like. Top Ten list and and and. You know this level of respect that you get. Do you feel? Do you feel valued or like I mean I've never read about you like getting into beef with other rappers. I'm into the level that it was with. During that period, the East Coast West Coast in this and met you sort of like the you were Switzerland almost like. You were the happy medium like. But did you feel as though like? I should be more respect like pioneered. I'm cool man I like this like being down here on ground level. Like being able to come out to Austin and walk back through the. Pictures and take my back to the Maroon. You know I, don't I. Don't want a whole bunch of fucking people around me. You know I? Don't need. Entourage liked being down on ground level with everybody else. Treat me like regular people all right I'm GONNA. Ask you the CLICHE. Question that I hate. Asking me. But because you're such a a pioneer of the south. How do you feel now today that? Southern Culture. Is So ubiquitous now in hip hop where it is now. Wasn't that I'm just saying it's. It's the real word. It's the gold standard. It's you know what? You know what run DMC version of new? York was for hip hop where everyone had to follow that template. Now Southern rap especially with with as far as Houston is concerned. Like. How do you? Do you feel some sort of way about it now or the way that the culture has. reinterred or e Bald? Is. It evolved or has regressed. Let me, let me finish. Let me say this because I feel like when when we first got started possible to break in New York. It was don't nobody in Philly bucked with us. You, know but also scarface is back was. And I got love. Yeah, let them Agai love, but everything sound. Everybody had their own identity though everybody now she sounds like one big long record like everything sound exactly Internet. For the neutralize undefeated. killed regionalism. You can't tell who's from where everyone sounds the same no. Because literally I was talking to a friend of mine from I'm from DC where we were talking about him. And we were talking about your relationship with DC, because he was you know in light of the anniversary of celebrating a staff for DC dues. We weren't really in that pot versus big thing for us. It was scarface them number one because he came to DC. He performed with Gogo. Band that you still do to this day. Say Yeah, but can you speak to that relationship and he goes to? To the regionalism and relationships with Mark Like that I like I like the idea of DC having on identity man like DC, never swapped out and went nowhere else. They always Gogo. You know you have some you have. Some dope has represented there you know, but but mainly the music in DC like backyard can have a are. You can have a show in DC and sell the fucking place out. Don't need no rapper in it. They don't need no big name as they are the big name and whole fucking place from from wall to wall singing. The song I'm like Damn. Shit I'm glad I didn't close. To. DC is like a meeting in DC is like Frankie. 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"michael blonde" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

Questlove Supreme

05:08 min | 1 year ago

"michael blonde" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

"Y'All fuck y'all I'M GONNA I'm GonNa get him on chat show. That's so listen I Mike Dean. How did he enter into the conversation because so Mike Dean was an engineer? Okay Okay but my team played for Selena. Wow Okay my name was. My team was a keyboard player. A saxophone player some shipper. Selena listenable like Mike. Deane is a bad Ma. Plus he's called. You ever heard Intro to Jesse James. Yes our Dina Bama fucker straight up We would bring Shit to the studio started making. You know making making songs whatever and my plan on this year. And he's a masterful mix. He's for those for those. That don't know Right now I'm Mike. Deane is really getting moment in the Sun as Connie as Travis. Scott Kids Everything. He did a pen to write. Did he do pander well? He did someone designers record. Okay okay. It's name it like from changed. Yeah now he's hopping more now but I didn't realize that he worked on your first so I won't as you about the rap a lot production squad so ino Joe Beato Auto. What was the deal with those cats? How involved with you in that. You're getting me right. I'm saying you credit fucking credit. I read trust me. Okay how does what was it like? Would you collaborate with them? I think that Joe has his own style. And Sodas Beato you know we forgot about tone talk apollo bone fucking to my. I've started production deal. I started their production movement off. You know what I mean like a from from. I've seen a man died to my mind plan. I did my mind playing tricks by I did my whole first solo album myself. I did all of those. Except maybe like a born killer and I didn't do money in the power and I didn't do he's dead. That was thank you. Simon did that but I did the rest of that ship. Okay all right Listening to the ninety six GETO boys album to death. Do as part part yeah redecorated out probably did all that shit about women. Tucson's to putting together that production team just everybody collaborating and making Great Music. Great Music you know. Everybody's got to got to want to jam you know everybody's got to have an input. It can't be fucking egos you know what I mean like. I don't have an ego like let's just let's just Cham- SPEC the best record that we can make and then we'll argue about. Who did the best when it's over with without the will at the other side? I'm jumping around so the diary. What made you take ninety nine. Left balloons Yes for going. Down Drugs makes tables. I love if I the first or we all my uncle play the bass on. That shit's telling me on. Eddie is probably the best musician that I've ever heard my life and I don't like them on the fuck. Do not get along him. Playing Bass on favorite join emory leverage him. Everything what is full name so we can look them up. Eddie Wilson. He's a bad motherfucker. He bad like Princeton. Anything heaping plate chairs and jam. But he blind. He's he's a fucking asshole. Michael Blonde Man. That's fucked up to like me. So leave it at that. The best collaborations. Are you know what I mean? He's fucking awesome. He's awesome. He's saying Amir. Remember that that show. This is your life where they would bring on different people from your pass. Yes like he should be a contested back. We just keep bringing on all the people you hate sure can ever fly. Yeah we'll bring you bro. So at least with the diary. Did you feel like that was your Valentine's Day what happened with the between a diary end The the The world is yours. Okay so the world is yours. Smoking regular dirt.

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"michael blonde" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

Questlove Supreme

05:08 min | 1 year ago

"michael blonde" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

"Y'All really fucking. y'All I'M GONNA I'M GONNA. Get Him on chat show. So, listen. I. Mike Dean. How did he enter? Into the conversation because. So Mike Dean was a engineer. Okay okay, but my team played for Selena. `Wow okay my name was. My team was a keyboard player. A saxophone player some shipper, Selena. Listen. Like Mike Deane is a bad Ma plus he's called. You ever heard intro to Jesse James Yes. Our Dina Bama fucker straight up We would bring Shit to the studio. In started making you know making making songs, whatever and my name plan on this year. And he's a masterful mix. He's a for those for those that don't know right now I'm Mike. Deane is really getting moment in the Sun. As Connie as Travis Scott. The kids everything he did a pen to write. Did, he do pan well, he did someone designers record. Okay, okay. Its. Name it like from changed. Yeah, now he's. Hopping more now, but I didn't realize that he. Worked, on, your first. So I won't as you about the rap a lot production squad so in Joe Beato Auto. What was the deal with those cats? How involved with you in that getting me right? I'm saying you. Credit fucking credit. I read, trust me, okay. How does what was it like? Would you collaborate with them I think that Joe has his own style and Sodas Beato. We forgot about tone talk Apollo. fucking to. My. I've started production deal I started their production movement off. You know what I mean like a from from I've seen a man died to my mind plan. I did my mind playing tricks by I. Did my whole First Solo album myself? I. Did all of those except maybe like Born killer and I didn't do money in the power and I didn't do. He's dead. On. That was the thank you Simon did that, but I did the rest of that ship. Okay all right Listening to. The ninety six GETO boys album to death. Do US part part. Yeah, redecorated out, probably did. All that shit about women Tucson's to. Putting together that. Production team, just everybody collaborating and making great music. Great Music. You know everybody's got to want to jam. You know everybody's got to have an input. It can't be fucking Egos. You know what I mean like I don't have an ego. Like, let's just let's just Cham- SPEC the best. Record that we can make. And, then we'll argue about who did the best. When is over with? Without the will at the other side, I'm jumping around so. The diary. What made you take? Ninety? Nine left balloons. Yes, for going down. Drugs. Makes tables. I love if I all. The first or we all my uncle play the bass on their shit's. Telling me on. Eddie is probably the best musician that I've ever heard my life. And I don't like them on the fuck. Do not get along him playing bass on. Favorite join emory leverage him everything. What is full name so we can look them up Eddie Wilson. He's a bad motherfucker. He bad like Princeton. Anything! Heaping plate chairs and jam. But, he blind. He's he's a fucking asshole. Michael? Blonde man. To. Me So. Leave it at that. The best collaborations are. You know what I mean. He's fucking awesome. He's awesome. Amir remember that that show. This is your life where they would bring on different people from your pass. Yes, like he should be a contest. We just. Keep bringing on all the people you hate. Sure. Can ever. Fly Yeah. We'll bring you, Bro. So. At least with the diary. Did you feel like that was your? Valentine's Day what happened with the between a diary end the the The world is yours okay, so. The world is yours smoking regular dirt,.

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"michael blonde" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

03:59 min | 2 years ago

"michael blonde" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

"Company every time we buy a horse or horses. We set one up and i've been able to stay in the game and go to churchill every year. They're they're great. We get to buy a box go to the races. They have a funny side race. The second race on derby day we go and we <hes> present the trophy winners party after the derby. All of those kinds of things go to the breeders cup so it's <hes> it was life changing and <hes> you know we're <hes> we're happy to be in the game. I've become very very involved in aftercare. I was on a group that <hes> the government appointed pointed in new york taskforce on retired racehorses and that really got me involved in aftercare and continued to play play a role and worked with the gaming commission to have a couple couple of forums on aftercare. We were able to get some things done one. Whichever very proud of is that every one who wants to be an owner trainer assistant <unk> trainer to get licensed they after a task that they have looked at a video that sounded gaming <hes> commission's web site on the life cycle the horse and after care and and <hes> that <hes> something we need to continue to work on in this game and jackdaws tunnel work with old friends as well <hes> saw you at both events this week and weekend bank enough especially over red brand fence <hes> all the work you do over at all fronts form jack well. It is the yeah that's very important. <hes> michael blonde and an old friends <hes> has been someone that i've been associated with for a long time. I'm <hes> one of our earliest horses <hes> that <hes> predated funny cide named saratoga episode is actually down at michael's farm in kentucky and we have another one of our horses <hes> the only horse that <hes> sakata's had to win a steak at saratoga where it's called dock and role that wanna stallion stakes race here in two thousand and eight. He's a recent <hes> <hes> addition to <hes> old friends at cabin creek so <hes> what we do every time that <hes> <hes> we set up a syndicate we make five thousand dollars donation out to joann <hes> old friends at cabin creek and i'll make a pitch for the other fundraiser razer we do we <hes> three years ago started <hes> having a rock and roll for retired racehorses and it's a party the cheapest ticket fifty dollar ticket that that <hes> in saratoga summertime this year. It's august twenty second noah great local band that goes back to the funny side days as they did a funny side song. They came down to well those guys at the party. Yeah yeah eb blue hand luke. We sang with blue hand luke yeah what the two greatest moments i've ever seen in defeating horse racing jude when todd pletcher be chad brown on the last day of the meet here a couple of years ago. The first person to congratulate todd was jerry brown chad's that and they caught on the fox t._v. Show the greatest moment either machine and defeat was the funny side lost beaumont stakes and i call the late dave cahan and i said you guys still have the invited me to the party and i went over to the holiday inn. Sheridan sheridan the sheridan over by j._f._k. F._d._a. airport and i walked into the ballroom and i had never seen a party in defeat by i can if that horse had won the boma obama. We might still be at the sharon. It was the most amazing thing and dave had seen me sing. That's life at the party. We had robin barkley early dancing in the middle of the floor at the press party and we all go do a number me dave dave too 'cause i kept in touch with dave while after the funny side as me david jack went onstage onstage for blue hand luke and sang glory days by by bruce springsteen and just an amazing amazing moment. These guys partied like they one of the belmont by fifty likes it was great..

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"michael blonde" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"michael blonde" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

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"michael blonde" Discussed on BiggerPockets

BiggerPockets

03:27 min | 2 years ago

"michael blonde" Discussed on BiggerPockets

"All right. And that's at Nelson's today's show. Today's show is with Michael Blunk v. Michael blonde. He's been on the show back in episode number sixty six here's the thing. This show is both incredibly high level and incredibly let's keep the cookies on the lower shelf. In other words, it's kind of like I remember back in the day. When I read the book to ABC's of real estate investing by Ken McElroy. It was like this is everything about multifamily you need to know. And it was really like a sparked my interest in it. Which is why ended up by my first apartment complex this episode is going to be like that for you. I really hope. So anyway, it says like here's everything you ever wanted to know about getting started with buying apartment complexes. And like literally it's like thirty questions. We just like boom, boom, boom. Boom, david. I just go back and forth because we're so interested in this ourselves. And so this show is definitely one. You're going to want to take notes on definitely when you might wanna listen one two three times. And of course, Michael blank. You know, he has. Book as well. If this up is overwhelming, he's got a book called financial freedom with real states. It's a real estate investing. It's really really good in. So if you want to dive deeper to get that book or get the ABC's of real estate investing. There's a lot of books out there. But learn this stuff, right? This is not that complicated. But the first time here, and you might be a little overwhelmed. If you've never heard this stuff before but stick with us, you're gonna love this show all about how to get started with real estate investing through apartment complexes. And with that. Let's get the today show. All right. Michael block. Welcome to the bigger pockets podcast again. How you doing man, I'm doing awesome? And that's good to talk to you again. Yeah. Yeah. It's been a while since you're on the show. I was like what was it back in the sixties? Wasn't it? Thirty years ago. I for sure yeah. It's been like four hundred years. So I wanted to kind of see where you transitioned to way you're at today. And I kinda know topic of where we're headed today, and that's a parliament complex syndication something that I really want to get more involved in David I know wants to get more involved in. So today, we're just going to pretend that the audience is not here, and we're just gonna pick your brain on exactly how we're going to get started with larger syndication. I think that'll be fun. But before we get there. Let's just kind of go back and for those who did not listen to your first episode. I guess what? Where who are you? Where'd you come from? How did you get into real estate and kind of walk us through your very first kind of entrance into real estate? Yeah. So I have a background like many other people. I was taught to get good grades. Get a good job. And that's what I did. I got into computer science is actually a programmer believe it or not it wasn't a very good program. But that wasn't right. Play. You know, right place right time joined the software startup late in the ninety s call web methods we appealed in March two thousand and put a bunch of money my pocket, and I was demand. Then. In two thousand four I read the rich dad poor dad, which ruined my life. Because when I read it, I was like, man, I'm such an idiot. Doesn't matter how much money in the Bank. It depends on how much passive income. I have which I had basically none. So after several months of really like man, I decided to throw it all away, and I just quit my job. And just did everything I learned how to trade stocks and options. I flipped a house. I took an apartment building boot camp. But my big idea was restaurants. And before you judge me, which you you're you should judgment before you judge me. I was surrounded by French burger franchisees, and they're like, oh, we're going to hire a guide he's gonna run. And we saying we're just gonna you know, we're going to fund it, and it's essentially a passive investment. I was like, well, that's great. That's my cash flow business. So I went all in Brandon. I took my chips and went boop kaslo business. I'm in because I want financial freedom. Now. Make a long story short. I subsequently lost my appeal.

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"michael blonde" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

04:04 min | 2 years ago

"michael blonde" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

"Tex what he says loyalty means I'm going on my fifth Mercedes hashtag humble brag, which I responded actually not that humble. Oh, man. The Mercedes is like. Is a statement car, right, man. When I was young. That's what I wanted. I couldn't afford it for so long. And now like once I can afford it. I mean, and look I don't have like the big baller ones. I got the little baby ones. But I'm so with that. Yeah. My godmother she would get one every single year. And he would always do it for her birthday or Christmas. I don't remember what it was. They lived in Tarzana. Right. And I remember he had old El Camino also was like nine hundred eighty four nine hundred eight five I said, why do you have that alchemy? He's like trashy, right? You're right and souped up or anything. He goes I'll when I get to angry. That's the car. I drive and I just people will love tap. Yeah. And he was dead serious. I was like. There in times. Don't you wish you could do that? Sometimes I mean, he had a lot of disposable income. So I guess that's how he decided to to use. It was giving people love taps, man. Let me tell you the net here to be honest, maybe because I lived on the east coast for so long and drivers there are so much more aggressive him. And then they are here people here. Reside to the fact that you know, traffic should be crappy. Right. Like, they get it. And that's by the way, super appreciative. We get where we struggle is. In today's weather. Sprinkle like ninety percent of our population. Doesn't know how to dry, but our traffic is more a result of just a bunch of small towns. Poorly connected. Call the city, right? New York's is anger dribble, man. Yeah. Because it's so crowded that it's all Miami is like just bad drive bad drivers. Because most people are from most of my people from different parts of the world were driving different, bro. I've been Puerto Rico plenty, okay. I seen how my people Dr. I'll surprise I've ever made it out of sure. So and Miami is definitely guilty of probably the worst drivers. They are. They are the worst follow Billy Corbin on Twitter. Amazing. Every third tweet is either like the most delicious Cuban sandwich I've ever seen that makes me jealous or the worst traffic I've ever seen. And it's always just because my and it's usually because somebody cut across four lanes to make left her like, oh, that's my stop. And there's eighty cars piled up and everyone has listen. It's just ridiculous. I actually been meaning to get Billy on. I've been I've been trying to get Billy to do like a weekly like kind of fun movie TV type segment late on the west coast for him. You know what I'm saying? It's on the east coast. But he's he I mean, he's a night out. He is a Miami. Boy, you can make it work if you gave him like a theme you wear almost like a like a wrestling promo cut every week go off. So did you see there was a? Thing on VH one recently that used cuts from you reminded me of this before we get into the Magic Johnson stuff. It's it was something. I don't remember the name of it. But it was something about like basically kids who grew up in like the mob or whatever things like that. So the the godmother of the movie cocaine Cowboys for those that don't know Billy Corgan is the director of the documentary cocaine. Cowboys talking about Griselda Blanco who was eventually caught here in California. Okay. Yeah. And her son was is featured in this VH one like, you know, docu series or whatever. Of kids who grew up in like, the visit Octavio it's an MTV show. No, it's one is if each one. It's called a cartel crew. Cartel crew. Thank you cartel crew. That's that's the way better than mine. Michael blanco. Michael blonde is his name the youngest son was killed. He was the youngest son of Brazil law for anyone who hasn't seen the cocaine. Cowboys documentaries. So first one is amazing amazing. And it's it's basically that documentary..

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"michael blonde" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

04:04 min | 2 years ago

"michael blonde" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

"Tex what he says loyalty means I'm going on my fifth Mercedes hashtag humble brag, which I responded actually not that humble. Oh, man. The Mercedes is like. Is a statement car, right, man. When I was young. That's what I wanted. I couldn't afford it for so long. And now like once I can afford it. I mean, and look I don't have like the big baller ones. I got the little baby ones. But I'm so with that. Yeah. My godmother she would get one every single year. And he would always do it for her birthday or Christmas. I don't remember what it was. They lived in Tarzana. Right. And I remember he had old El Camino also was like nine hundred eighty four nine hundred eight five I said, why do you have that alchemy? He's like trashy, right? You're right and souped up or anything. He goes I'll when I get to angry. That's the car. I drive and I just people will love tap. Yeah. And he was dead serious. I was like. There in times. Don't you wish you could do that? Sometimes I mean, he had a lot of disposable income. So I guess that's how he decided to to use. It was giving people love taps, man. Let me tell you the net here to be honest, maybe because I lived on the east coast for so long and drivers there are so much more aggressive him. And then they are here people here. Reside to the fact that you know, traffic should be crappy. Right. Like, they get it. And that's by the way, super appreciative. We get where we struggle is. In today's weather. Sprinkle like ninety percent of our population. Doesn't know how to dry, but our traffic is more a result of just a bunch of small towns. Poorly connected. Call the city, right? New York's is anger dribble, man. Yeah. Because it's so crowded that it's all Miami is like just bad drive bad drivers. Because most people are from most of my people from different parts of the world were driving different, bro. I've been Puerto Rico plenty, okay. I seen how my people Dr. I'll surprise I've ever made it out of sure. So and Miami is definitely guilty of probably the worst drivers. They are. They are the worst follow Billy Corbin on Twitter. Amazing. Every third tweet is either like the most delicious Cuban sandwich I've ever seen that makes me jealous or the worst traffic I've ever seen. And it's always just because my and it's usually because somebody cut across four lanes to make left her like, oh, that's my stop. And there's eighty cars piled up and everyone has listen. It's just ridiculous. I actually been meaning to get Billy on. I've been I've been trying to get Billy to do like a weekly like kind of fun movie TV type segment late on the west coast for him. You know what I'm saying? It's on the east coast. But he's he I mean, he's a night out. He is a Miami. Boy, you can make it work if you gave him like a theme you wear almost like a like a wrestling promo cut every week go off. So did you see there was a? Thing on VH one recently that used cuts from you reminded me of this before we get into the Magic Johnson stuff. It's it was something. I don't remember the name of it. But it was something about like basically kids who grew up in like the mob or whatever things like that. So the the godmother of the movie cocaine Cowboys for those that don't know Billy Corgan is the director of the documentary cocaine. Cowboys talking about Griselda Blanco who was eventually caught here in California. Okay. Yeah. And her son was is featured in this VH one like, you know, docu series or whatever. Of kids who grew up in like, the visit Octavio it's an MTV show. No, it's one is if each one. It's called a cartel crew. Cartel crew. Thank you cartel crew. That's that's the way better than mine. Michael blanco. Michael blonde is his name the youngest son was killed. He was the youngest son of Brazil law for anyone who hasn't seen the cocaine. Cowboys documentaries. So first one is amazing amazing. And it's it's basically that documentary..

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"michael blonde" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

03:24 min | 2 years ago

"michael blonde" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"I love him that much, but he years ago. Just started slowing down the travel wore on him. If you've seen Bill you understand why someone down again, you could see Michael Blanco on cartel crew. That's tonight ten pm on VH one cartel crew follow sons and daughters of former cartel members. And his name is Michael Corleone Blanco. Thank you for joining us. My goal. Can you explain to people who are listening? What your childhood was like. Sure. Thank you for having me on. Growing up blank over a was. It was exciting to say, the least I guess it was a constant state of alarm, but at the same time, you know, I mean it had it had his pros and cons. I guess, you know, growing up I lived a lavish lifestyle, but I guess I didn't really get to be a kid 'cause I wasn't allowed out in public with the, you know, the normal case from the neighborhood or always had on security with me, and you know, just just a Miami lifestyle. Then when we moved to the parts of the country got a little better. But. It was it was it was alarming to say. The least at what age were you was your mom and all of your brothers. How many how many brothers were in jail? Three. So what age were you when you took out of the family business? When I was a kid when I mean, those active over the family business over the concierge to my family was during the carts duration of my of my brothers. And my mother, I guess when I really started handling certain aspects of the age of fourteen thirteen or fourteen years old. So you are no way quipped for that. At that age. Where are you? Basically, I was. Yeah. At that age already knew how to move I don't even trained about my older cousins that was still being trained by my older cousins on on how to conduct myself, how to speak cut, not speak to do certain things that have grown up would do that was in my position. And I just did whatever my mother and my brothers needed me to do in order to make their stay little easier and for them to have a more, comfortable incarceration. Then when my brothers were released. I was I was fourteen years about a turn thirteen. Yeah. And then we were all United again. My mother wasn't release. So you heard litter on telling your mother's killers. What to do? No, sir. Never that never that my killers. When I mean as far as during the incarceration of my family, I took over the ongoing of my brothers, and my mother's bidding in as far as everything they needed to be told to certain individuals or or just their ongoing in order for them to have a more, comfortable incarceration. How does this go with you again? Michael blonde, go with us, excuse me. Go ahead. You can see Michael out cartel. All right. No problem tonight on ten pm tonight at ten pm on VH one..

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"michael blonde" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"michael blonde" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

"I really want you to put it. I it makes your shine. Drake's slip. Who was your most annoying person of the year twenty twenty ten this year? Maybe I shouldn't call their names because I have nothing new what I'm trying to do. For twenty eleven told me, I am trying to leave some negativity out of my life and some of those eight brought a lot of. To me. I want them to out back down that. Now, let it go love. We know what is a great New Year's Eve party without a great drinking game tonight, I propose this anytime we here tonight in the clubhouse the word of the night. If you're twenty one or over I want you to take a drink and this New Year's Eve, the word is big. So get ready. Get the drinks ready because it is time for our first mazal of the year award. We're going to be giving them out all night and the category is wig of the year. Drink. The nominees are our own Kim Zoll Ceac swig. Donald Trump's hair system, Bret Michaels, blonde fall and Wendy Williams wig. And the winner is how you doing? It's Wendy Williams wig. And here she is accepting Ramaz on bath of her wig. My weight wants to thank you for this prestigious award. So she's written me an acceptance speech. She would also like to thank Antoine Jackson, the master wig, Allah, just here at the Wendy Williams show also Shuki who keeps watch over the entire wig collection here at the Wendy show. They are truly the wind beneath her wings. My wig grew up poor the child of to pay and synthetic extensions and ever since she was a three quarter cap she dreamed that.

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"michael blonde" Discussed on Where Icarus Flies

Where Icarus Flies

07:55 min |

"michael blonde" Discussed on Where Icarus Flies

"Generation came out it was very excited four I enjoyed it but let's face it that first season for the most part garbage Michael Blondes very very poor writing some of the cheesiest special you had ever seen in the mirror decent stuff but they didn't have a lot of money mean to be fair with them they did not have a lot of money they couldn't even afford to build a shuttle craft set until the the seasons so they were on a shoestring budget so you gotta hand it to him but unfortunately it shifts some of those episodes were ripped effect but the actors were good pulled off their parts so will you know I don't think that we're in a place in TV land these days as we're unfortunately you can give a short chance you gotta you gotTa give us the full monty right up front or very few times network stick with the show a lot easier to do on cable so we watched after the sharks game after we got home and I put the needs to get to bed my brother-in-law that we watched the second episode of V and I gotTa tell you I enjoyed it a lot more than I enjoyed the first one I still think it was not that great of an episode don't get me wrong I hear the second episode two and a half cents a wings it was you know very very opposite of the first episode the first episode will Washington Watt pointing plot point action you know just nothing but money shots right well that is exactly the opposite in the second the second is all about the story and very so very very slow now breath I like the plot not just the but you know I'm a plot I liked the writing so combined some decent plot with some decent action and I'm told by a few of the reviewers that I've read out there assist third episode coming up next week should combine both of those we'll see I mean the jury's still out on this I really trying hard wipe it so far so check back in with you and give you my thoughts on the In another few until then check out my review on where Chris flies dot com my main topic for discussion this week is zero tolerance policies I'll throw it right out there I can't stand him I think they're no good I think that I have no tolerance I have zero tolerance for zero tolerance policies I do not think that they are worth what they're doing to our youth now the fact that I don't like zero tolerance policies does not mean that I am an advocate violence of drugs of weapons or anything of the like what happens here is zero tolerance policies tie our hands they tie the hands of administrations and who'll systems and have to give up blanket punishments that are serving no purpose whatsoever I can give a couple of great examples in just the last couple of months this is this is why by brought this topic up today a seventy a year old in upstate New York name is Matthew Whelan he's a senior at Lancing Berg senior high school he also happens to be in eagle scout and he's hoping to go to West Point and he's taken army basic training from all reports I don't know the kid I'm not up there right I don't know the neighborhood or the families but for everything that I have read this is an upstanding member of the community and he was suspended did for fifteen days or I think it might even been twenty days twenty days totally got a five day suspension than additional fifteen day suspension why he had a knife at school okay that sentence sounds very shocking and we need to look into that further what happened well this eagle scout this boy who wants to be in the army has set up his car as survival vehicle he has a sleeping bag in there and Maris he has first aid kit and part of his survival kit is a knife no this is not some giant Boeing knife or locked blade fixed blade thing that you'd see Rambo with he had a two inch knife I mean this is an Itty bitty thing could have caused damage of course can use it as a weapon of course but it was tucked away in his emergency kit in his locked car which did not have access to a student apparently reported him for having a knife and the school officials wisely pull them aside do you have a knife on me no do I knife an eagle scout I wanna be in the Army I have one in my car yes he took them out to his car and they suspended him for five days for having madness live with now I have a knife in my first aid kit is well every car should have some sort of knife in their first aid kit every first aid kit should have knife no not some giant thing but you know a little knife you never know what you might need to cut rope bandaids whatever and he gets spended for five days and ED is hearing he gets tacked on an additional fifteen days because why they have zero tolerance for weapons now I understand especially right in the wake of some of the most brutal just brutal events that we've had in this country Columbine being top of the list we've had some awful things happen in our nation's schools so I'm not saying that something doesn't need to be done about school violence about weapons about drugs what I'm saying zero tolerance policies need to be thrown out because there are those out there that think without a zero tolerance policy well we're just going to be weak we can't be strong without it now does a person's reputation does a record does they're standing in the community should that be taken into consideration I think so yes do does it need to be.

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