17 Burst results for "Mister Johnny"

"mister johnny" Discussed on Ace and TJ

Ace and TJ

04:12 min | 1 year ago

"mister johnny" Discussed on Ace and TJ

"True. That is so true. I mean i play wherever you want. I don't care pluck your phone and play whatever okay. Because i remember every time after you play once on. You're like oh no no no one more one more. This one's great. And then i i lose complete control over the radio and you know amanda i completely believe you on this. The reason why is because you have just made me realize that i do the same thing my my kids could come in and ask me. Listen to a song and i do the same thing. I grabbed my phone. Start playing stuff for them. That i that i think they'll like better. So good now becomes a one up or ten upsmanship thing. And i'm going to change my ways. I'm not going to be a denier. i'm gonna change my ways to. I'm to start dating other people. All right well see later. Then oh girl you know what annoys you kids of my long. Do not only here. Dr scott let me play familiar with one mister johnny paycheck. Take this job and shove. I haven't heard tiga but if you heard run dmc out of my list of many. That is my three top. They were plenty more. I feel like she did like miranda from sex and the city was stephen did the good list in the bad list. You had to pros and cons together so you don't feel like my relationship isn't good. Oh man to sex in the city was a show on. Hbo then old people watched way back then. So put that play the theme song of for you later is the ace and tj. Total recall podcast. There's a new phenomenon among parents. The video game tutor. What parents have started hiring video game tutor to help their kids. The tutors run around twenty bucks an hour. They'll help you kids. Help your kids get better at games like fortnight reasons. Why because it improves their social life..

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"mister johnny" Discussed on A Bowl of Soul A Mixed Stew of Soul Music

A Bowl of Soul A Mixed Stew of Soul Music

12:49 min | 1 year ago

"mister johnny" Discussed on A Bowl of Soul A Mixed Stew of Soul Music

"This is a bowl of soul a mixed to of soul music. I had the play. You you heard those nixon cuts while the record is playing talking about. I'm sorry for you. Which is the flip side to a forty five core. Only time will tell. This song was done in nineteen sixty six done by yours truly james etta hawkins known professionally as etta. James wasn't american singer who performed in various genres including blues. R&b soul rock and roll jazz and gospel. She was born in los angeles. California on january twenty fifth nineteen. Thirty eight passed away january twentieth. Twenty twelve we celebrate. Miss etta james right here on a bowl of soul and you know what thing about etta james she can put you know. She's got that gospel growl and let me tell you anything that etta james touched it turned to gold and she was on the cadet record label which is a subsidiary of chess records and we celebrate her right here on a bowl of seoul. We recently just lost this gentleman. Missed johnny pacheco. Johnny pacheco was the co founder of fun. Ya records that. He died at the age of eighty five. And this man. He was a fluids and his name. Juan ajaria pacheco nipping also known as johnny pacheco who was dominican musician. Arranger composer bandleader and record producer. He was born march. Twenty fifth nine thousand nine hundred thirty five and santiago de los caballeros dominican republic and. He died on february fifteenth. Twenty twenty one we celebrate. Mister johnny pacheco one of my favorite records from nineteen sixty. Three call required a dose. They are gano right here on a bowl of so. This is jonathan winstead. And you're listening to a bowl of seoul amid extol of soho news. Excess your have kind buffalo new. Your own took do giving you some world famous chadderton gop music we celebrate. Mister johnny pacheco who became one of the leaning explodes lou. Dance in the late. Nineteen fifties called the pechanga a blend of cuban rhythms and marine gay which propelled him to worldwide notoriety and had an important role in the evolution of latin music. Some of the john ras of latin music that johnny pacheco played sewn guera cha cha cha pechanga and he also helped develop what we now listen to salsa and like i said his years active nineteen fifty five to twenty twenty one. He is the co founder of records. You know he had a yacht cruise. Oh my god the list can go on. And on and like. I said he was a leading figure in the new york. South scene in the nineteen sixties in one thousand nine hundred seventies and he used the term salsa and established the all stars to showcase deleting artists that were on. Also the fun your label. In fact you know. He had peak cone day. El conde rodriguez right. Oh my god. He had so many people that he put together. Larry hall alot. Bobby valentine ray but atto right. I mean you can name is crew. See collaborator papa. Luca ju- stove in court. Jose fajardo celio gonzalez. And like i said he leaves his legacy and he laid the groundwork. Did this song that the final allstars was played on. Wbz ls frankie crocker. Called desa feo beautiful song beautiful song but this this man. He kept the groove going. He taught young people how to play latin music teaching them the traditions of latin music and we celebrate johnny pacheco. Right here on a bowl of soul. Someone else has left us. The great jazz musician missed a chick korea. We lost chick corea on february knife. Which was my birthday berry nine. Twenty twenty one and we celebrate chick corea. He has played would many people he has played with the late. Great miles davis as well as herbie hancock right here. He is doing composition that was created by john. Coltrane called moment's notice right here on a bowl of soul. Missed a chick corea loveness. Hi my name. Is andy stokes. And you're listening to a of soul a mix of so music ooh This chick corea do it. John coltrane's.

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"mister johnny" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

02:54 min | 2 years ago

"mister johnny" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"And you know rapid fire staff tried traveling to work more rapid fire but ritual works more a little more laid back you know kind of kind of you know it's difficult different stage approach to to what he's doing and so you know you just do what works for you you know Caliendo yeah he's I think it's a little more laid back on stage you know than I am but you know I think everybody thinks about the John Madden thing and one thing we think you we think and Jay Leno is like in your profession is that the thing we want to get that one that's just everybody connection with an adult thank you back in the back in the in the eighties back in the nineteen eighties I was known for the Chuck Barris impression that I did it myself because it was I could do that in the most perfect Chuck Barris impression with the hat the boys in the look and everything and just everything and they used to go crazy in the clubs for that voice and all the comedians you know loved it and and the audiences and everything so yeah and then and then I began at the end they started college Dave cool yeah you know date because I'm poor basically I used to call me Mister Johnny Mathis the like of that again that you get those ones that you kind of do that are unique that stand out and nobody can kind of touch him and then you could you kind of get known in the little circles for that you know yeah I guess it's important to you to your hang around on the rich little and you're hanging around some of these big stars you want to have your thing right I mean that's kind of what I got I'm a matter of pride too yeah you yeah you know you do and yeah I think one of the one of the ones that that I do that that rich little always liked was that was Robert Wagner you know people love Robert Wagner and if you remember Robert Wagner talks like this yeah I was on that show called it takes a three and then I did heart to heart and when I speak I sound like that exactly us great we are rich with a love that you know and and so I think that I think that you know as an impressionist you know you can pick up another voice from another impressionist if you if you see the hopes that they captured if you're trying to get a hook and you go I can't find a can of what you hear another guy do it and he does it well captures outlook you can learn it that way other than from the original Star and I remember rich little tell me when I said you know you did that great performance on Hawaii five O. years ago were you get the James Cagney impressions and rich little ghost you know he goes I learned that James Cagney impression from Frank Gorshin one you say yeah one now so that a lot of time that's how we are able to do it you know yeah your members Dana Carvey would exaggerate.

"mister johnny" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

09:57 min | 2 years ago

"mister johnny" Discussed on KTRH

"I'm lucky to have with me here someone that used to grace our Airways quite often but recently he has been away from service with us out there on his own doing his own thing is Mister Johnny Lama ridge way for those of you that are new to the show and haven't don't remember John John is someone I picked up as a friend about twelve years ago he was very very indebted into the apartment associations he was president past president used the parcels Asian he was a voting member of the Texas apartment association regional group and he was also a teacher for the National Park missiles the Asian on the lyceum program which lets you miss the leadership training program they had so he's been in and out and threw it up and down and around the apartment association for many many many years he had time spent not only in the Houston Bar Association but the Dallas apartment solution also and not to mention he was vice president of one of that believe this like a large property management companies in the country at one time and light medium well I met amid department solicitation and I convinced him after about two years of beating on him that he needed to get out of working for the second largest property management company in the country and start his own and go into business with many buying apartment complexes and we did and we bought in right at the very bottom of the market we got a and right when the market crashed and we bought a bunch of stuff for very very low prices and hence our story together over the next five or six years was just phenomenal you've just gotta guess which is the the luck of timing of fate whatever it was but it was something we saw that was going to be there we decided to take action job on get it done and we were quite lucky that we did welcome to show thank you Sir great to be with you yeah well for those that don't know this but John's went on he served as a mentor here lifestyles for how many years you had were you here I was there for five years okay then anything he turned in his trip and said okay **** Vickers give him a tip into somebody else I gave my I did not get back in his give back he went on and expanded his own personal business quite a bit so this time John just so people understand you own a property management company of your own and then your owner in apartment complexes of which you managed to your property management company tells how many apartment complexes that is if you're into now so currently owned six properties little over about two hundred and fifty units have picked up some smaller ones over the last couple of years as the market has tightened up and yes so I am at a property owner as well as the owner of a property management company that does provide vantage services we'll put you in a unique position be because you have a management company and because your properties and because you're into a little with the apartment associations to be able to come on today and and clear up some of the stuff for people that are members and John book we're doing this is simply a public service type announcements you and I both know that for the last got the three weeks four weeks something like that it's been a hundred emails a day of information going back and forth and back and forth back and forth and by the way you guys don't don't call to try to get on this email chains first of all you don't want to thank you baddie right an insectivore we're not gonna let you dis email change because there's already too many people throwing ideas and things around the words giving just unbelievably impossible to deal with but John you've been a part of that for last couple weeks and there's been some some issues that have come up that really you took the lead on in in decided there was something wrong with and started a movement or at least tried to start a movement to get the government get the apartment association to push on the government to make some changes and some of these loans that were put out there for business people to try to work with and we got two different loans we got the the emergency loan for you know lost profits in the business and then we had the loan for PPP which was the all protection plan and people dealt with them differently now for the first time I'm starting to see this week yesterday was the first time I think I saw people actually getting money from either of these two loves the day before that we heard people saying that there were they were getting letters and that they were been approved but I actually had some people yesterday said the email saying they got money so let's pick it up from there John what do you see these programs that now and then we'll talk about the problem the sole apartment owners ran into with these programs yes absolutely so you know that as you said there are two different programs out there the first one is the E. I D. L. the emergency disaster relief fund I'm frankly I'm not aware of anybody that has received money on that program even though parts of that were emergency loans were supposed to be available within three days of filing up to ten thousand dollars there were a lot of those defiles in late March that still have not seen any of that money and as we get into some of the problems with these programs I think I have some ideas as to why some of us in our industry have not seen those funds the second program you talk about is the paycheck protection program work the T. P. P. once this is received a lot of coverage in the national news in that it is a loan to businesses with five hundred employees or fewer that the incentive there is to keep your people working and keep them on the job and basically what what that program is is that they will learn a business of five hundred employees or fewer money for eight weeks of pay roll and the and if you keep your your payroll dollars intact at the same level and your number of employees during this eight week period then you can then that one can be forgiven and so there really is a great incentive for businesses and even securely real estate businesses two eight people working rather than adding to the already burgeoning unemployment rolls there are out there so as we go into this area and we we always thinking okay great these both sound great you're right the the first one the the emergency loan we've not seen much come from that in fact it seems like they've kind of waffled their way away from a to B. house would be to move stuff that's come out it was originally get ten thousand immediately like the next day within three days he said and then you can get another loan in an amount of action and really never clearly defined what acts was but the ten thousand then got whittled down to have something to do with payroll office and there was nothing about payroll when it first came out but I saw an article the other day somebody sent me where they're saying now that you get up to one thousand per employee of that ten thousand but yet still nobody see the you said you have some inside or at least take a gut feeling about that I'm see what time we got it we got one minute left do you have a short answer to that what you think happened that long white just disappeared right yeah and you touched on it tell it really got down to the they didn't hide it back to the number of employees and so a lot of property entities that do not have employees filed for this one and so now that it's tied to the number of employees in payroll which seems to duplicate the PPP alone that left a lot of real estate entities out of that the other the other thing with that is that is with the applications that you had to fighting number of your financial loss this came out late March and week and most of us in the real estate business with rent due on the first had no losses at the end of March it was common potentially but we didn't have an exact number four that's a good point that you have never even thought about that we'll be right that's how do you get a second everybody's made up numbers and threw me in there we take a short break we'll be right back with Johnny llama and the del Walmsley radio show dell says the.

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"mister johnny" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot

WDTK The Patriot

09:28 min | 2 years ago

"mister johnny" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot

"Today I'm lucky to have with me here someone that used to grace our Airways quite often but recently he has been away from service with us out there on his own doing his own things Mister Johnny Lama ridge way for those of you that are new to the show and haven't don't remember John John is someone I picked up as a friend about twelve years ago he was very very indebted into the apartment associations he was president past president Houston apartment association he was a voting member of the Texas apartment association regional group and he was also a teacher for the National Park missiles Yushin on the lyceum program which was seen as the leadership training program they had so he's been in and out and threw it up and down and around the apartment association for many many many years he had time spent not only in the Houston Bar Association but the Dallas apartment solution also and not to mention he was vice president of one of that believe this like a large property management companies in the country at one time and light medium well I met him in two parcels he Asian and I convinced him after about two years of being on him that he needed to get out of working for the second largest property management company in the country and start his own and go into business with me buying apartment complex Tuesday and if we did and we bought in right at the very bottom of the market we got in right when the market crashed and we bought a bunch of stuff for very very low prices and hence our story together over the next five or six years was just phenomenal you've just got I guess which is the the luck of timing of fate whatever it was but it was something we saw that was going to be there we decided to take action jump on get it done and we were quite lucky that we did welcome to show thank you Sir great to be with you now well for those that don't know this but John is one ninety two served as a mentor here lifestyles for how many years you had were you here I was there for five years okay and then the did he turned in his trip and said okay it's give her to my chip into somebody else I gave my I did not get back in his give back he went on and expanded his own personal business is quite a bit so this time John just so people understand you own a property management company of your own and then your owner in apartment complexes of which you managed to your property management company tells how many apartment complexes that is if you're into now so currently own six properties little over about two hundred and fifty units have picked up some smaller ones over the last couple of years as the market has tightened up and yes so I am at a property owner as well as the owner of a property management company that does provide family services we'll put you in a unique position be because you have a major company and because your properties and because you're intimate with the apartment associations to be able to come on today and and clear up some of the stuff for people that are members and John but we're doing this is simply a public service type announcements you and I both know that for the last got it the three weeks four weeks something like that it's been a hundred emails a day of information going back and forth and back and forth back and forth and by the way guys don't don't call to try to get on this email chains first of all you don't want to thank you Batty right and in second while we're not gonna let you do this email chain because there's already too many people throwing ideas and things around the words getting just unbelievably impossible to deal with but John you've been a part of that for last couple weeks and there's been some some issues that have come up that really you took the lead on in in decided there was something wrong with and started a movement or at least tried to start a movement to get the government get the apartment association to push on the government to make some changes and some of these loans that were put out there for business people to try to work with and we got two different loans we got the the emergency loan for you know lost profits in the business and then we had the loan for PPP which was the all protection plan and people dealt with them differently now for the first time I'm starting to see this week yesterday was the first time I think I saw people actually getting money from either of these two logs the day before that we heard people saying that there were they were getting letters and that they were been approved but I actually had some people yesterday said the email saying they got money so let's pick it up from there John what do you see these programs at now and then we'll talk about the problem the sole apartment owners ran into with these programs yeah absolutely so you know that as you said there are two different programs out there the first one is the E. I D. L. the emergency disaster relief fund I'm frankly I'm not aware of anybody that has received money on that program even though parts of that were emergency loans were supposed to be available are within three days of filing up to ten thousand dollars there were a lot of those the filed in late March that still have not seen any of that money and as we get into some of the problems with these programs I think I have some ideas as to why some of us in our industry have not seen those funds the second program you talk about is the paycheck protection program work the T. P. P. once this is received a lot of coverage in the national news in that it is a loan to businesses with five hundred employees or or that with the Indians senators to keep your people working and keep them on the job and basically what what that program is that they will learn a business of five hundred employees or fewer money for eight weeks of pay roll and the the and if you keep your your payroll dollars intact at the same level and your number of employees during this eight week period then you can then that one can be forgiven and so there really is it's a great incentive for businesses and even particularly real estate businesses two eight people working rather than adding to the already burgeoning unemployment rolls there are out there so as we go into this area and we we all were thinking okay great these both sound great you're right the the first one the the emergency loan we've not seen much come from that in fact it seems like they've kind of waffle the way away from it to be honest with because of the stuff that's come out it was originally get ten thousand immediately like the next day within three days you said and then you can get another loan in an amount of action and really never clearly defined what acts was but the ten thousand then got whittled down to have something to do with payroll office and there was nothing about payroll when it first came out but I saw an article the other day somebody sent me where they're saying now that you get up to one thousand per employee of that ten thousand but yet nobody CD you said you have some inside or at least take a gut feeling about that I'm see what time we got it we got one minute left do you have a short answer to that what you think happened that long why just disappeared right yeah and you touched on it tell it really got down to the they didn't hide it back to the number of employees and so a lot of property entities that do not have employees filed for this one and so now that it's tied to the number of employees in payroll which seems to duplicate the PPP alone that left a lot of real estate entities out of that the others the other thing with that is that is with the applications that you had to provide a number of your financial loss this came out late March and we and most of us in the real estate business with rent due on the first had no losses at the end of March we kind of knew it was coming attention away but we didn't have an exact number well that's a good point that you have never even thought about that with you right that's how do you get a second everybody's made up numbers and threw him in there we take a short break we'll be right back with Johnny.

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"mister johnny" Discussed on Full Cast And Crew

Full Cast And Crew

08:46 min | 2 years ago

"mister johnny" Discussed on Full Cast And Crew

"So you're O'Connor welcome to forecasting KRILL Anti Jason. So happy to be. I'm excited. Davir Peterson actor. Yes he is. I've seen you in two plays people I've seen in more than one play in my life. One of them over it does it. Does it speak your feelings about theater at all although if you ask my wife? That's what I was elected. Both of the place I saw you end. She would probably say that. It does speak my attitude towards theater but luckily the two things I saw you in were excellent and you were excellent in them. You're a very good actor you've been on TV shows. You've been in movies. You were recently in Hustler's that's true. But when I asked you what your defining movie was you said the outsiders Francis Ford Coppola and Seo. Hinton's the outsiders which I. I just laughed because knowing you I was like of course like get the leather jacket. And some hair grease and you were all in. Yeah so how did you encounter this film? Tell me a little bit first of all about your your upbringing. How you grew up twenty miles directly west of us a multi everything. Suburb of New Jersey Probably middle class to upper middle class. ascended my dad was in construction and they didn't know what getting HBO was going to mean for the children for the children. And how many siblings did you have? One of each very lucky. I have a younger sister and Irish twin Eighteen months younger and I have an older brother Three years older. So who with whom I with my Confronted the outsiders. I was trying to figure out last night. Maybe nine ten freaking young okay pretty young. So it's sort of an older sibling introduction to this movie I feel S- right and it did you see it on cable. Yes and in privacy. My point was that my parents didn't know we were watching. Well I don't think it's a what is it rated? Pg Yeah so that's fair. I guess but we watch other stuff too like my eight year. Old and was puttering around last night. When I was watching this to get ready for the podcast and I was like I couldn't remember. Is there anything in this it actually ironically? Greece is more troublesome to watch with children than this sexually. Greece has a lot of like repy jokey trying to get over stuff on women. That doesn't really stand quite well this day and age TESCO time. I guess for me last night watching watching it was more that how sad how sad it is at the end is that that's really the thing and that's what we gotta do. So you were nine ten. I saw this in theaters in nineteen eighty three. When I was I think thirteen fourteen years old right in the sweet spot demo while I should say the original streets by Demo is probably if you're a thirteen or fourteen year old girl. This movie is engineered for you right As my wife Amanda said I said what is it that you like about this movie and she said all those cute cute boys. I had a crush on every one of them. Not My personal experience of the movie. May maybe it was yours. I don't know right now. I want you cute redhead but did lane gorgeous. Yeah but for us for me. I mean when I plugged into. Is that that sense of. Just how heavy you think life is thirteen or fourteen or nine or a ten year old boy. Do you think this film was melodrama. It's a question I have for you to your point. Yes definitely I mean it's over the top it's emotional pitch tone operatic. Couple had a good quote. Actually he said that. It was originally conceived as gone with the wind for teenagers. Perfect and that really is sort of emotional. Tenor of the movie right. It's overwrought. It's everything show heartfelt. I mean it's that you know. So what did you respond to? When you saw the coolness I mean okay did I mean dally. You know so early for you on legal man Matt Dally and Johnny I think were the WHO. I- interesting was most focused on. I was thinking we'll wind up. Pony Pony boy. The leading men ness of it. That almost like he's your your him more than you realize as you take yourself through the store when I step out into the bright sunlight from the darkness of the movie house had only two things on my mind on the and a ride home. Prices aimed Mister Johnny Valley. Yeah I think for for boys for men watching it. There's obviously like there's so many male characters that there's somebody that you can see yourself in if you're a sort of rambunctious wise ass you're going to be the Emilio Estevez character right. I don't know who would be the Tom Cruise character. He's the one person I feel is a little bit miscast in this movie. I don't know if you felt that no. I felt that that was an early example of him getting to do what he may have been capable of doing more of later. Editing not been so movie start and then streamline down the line yeah I think he does a great job in it really. Yeah Okay Yeah. I think once you get the idea that it's Tom Cruise NewsWatch this guy. The accent is he nails. He's kind of weird. I like it why should I be? Hero shoddy fear. He doesn't quite nail the accent. But I mean one of the things you have to give the movie. Everybody's fifteen sixteen fourteen except for Patrick swayze. Who's great forty thousand? Five hundred twenty nine was he thinks. Oh Oh Twenty. Five or twenty nine but everyone else in their teens. And so it's it's. It's asking a lot to have what I think we would expect in terms of nuanced performances in film from people who are so young craft. Except in a couple of instances where you have someone who's so fully himself in like a Matt Dillon for example as doing such a thing. Yeah but even that like it's amazing. Coppola asks them to do and let them do. And let's be in the film that you buy it because there's a washing unless there's several examples of doing quote marks. The boys like crying shares no moisture anywhere to be found right and they're and they're allowed to kind of go through that thing and you know what you're with it you're you're so into earliest. I'm with you so into the circumstances that you Kinda roll it sheriff. Well let's watch a little of the famous scene from the drive. In where see Thomas Sowell? Matt Dillon Ralph Macho. Diane Lane are in the bleacher section of the drive in not in a vehicle. She has fled the vehicle of her show she boyfriend get your feet off my chair. Shut your trap. Who's GonNa make your boyfriend liberal on? Doubt Jail. Orson sure whatever you say and I'll call the cops. Oh my got me scared to death. What am I what am I gonNA do now? Pony s-curves making we shake Salinas alone. You'll nice and leave us alone. Interest June Coca Cola seven. She's with her friend who we never. Unfortunately do we ever hear from her again? She's wonderful we did. She's great actually some Info on her. So Michelle May. Rank is the actor. Who Is Diane? Lane's best friend in the movie every brief career. She's doing the podcast. You look at a lot of MTV pages and you get to recognize. There are certain certain types of acting careers. She has a very specific one. She was active only for five years and then got out of the business. Sure but in five years I three movies outsiders valley girl revenge of the nerds and then real genius. A movie fans here on the podcast here. Remember I had this live with me. I'm here just let last night. Yes something to do with my hands. I hope about this is where. I'm pretty sure I have a brother and I use them for size and in person and have pretty good. I for that sort of thing so I just went ahead and made you one because I was up or you ping. Yeah I never sleep. I don't know what had adrover nuts. I mean really nuts to take away in an ambulance and everything. But she's okay now but she had to transfer Tunisia school. But our of that do be Michael but listen. If you ever need to talk any help saying just let me know. Because I'm just a cold down from you guys and I never sleep okay. So she got out of the business. Looks.

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"mister johnny" Discussed on Thunder Radio

Thunder Radio

07:05 min | 2 years ago

"mister johnny" Discussed on Thunder Radio

"The it is it is the you you you you didn't mean free and ladies and gentlemen Mister Jerry reed doing when I found you from nineteen fifty six on Capitol Records old cherry read one of my all time favorites brands that was so wild rockabilly right there before that Willis doing pink Cadillac from nineteen fifty six wanted Laennec records and start off with Mister Eddie ball into the rock a Billy king of Memphis doing Rockin Daddy from nineteen fifty six three records you're listening to coffee county who Danny I'm professor Michael take only only Hey there I'm with you each week at this same time Sunday afternoons at four AM Monday mornings at ten only on W. M. S. R. thunder radio your radio hub for coffee county well can I squeeze into more tracks we're gonna try to France one of my all time favorites Mister Johnny powers this song me and my rhythm guitar right here on the Danny.

"mister johnny" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

12:34 min | 2 years ago

"mister johnny" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Has more stories about show business restaurant business life in general he's one of the more colorful characters and a true gem and I'm speaking of Mister Johnny pizza so we just left off moving so you can use for June hi this Frank junior entered my life now mind you when I was fortunate enough to be with Mr as on the times that I was with him in a landing city and anytime on the east coast they kept buying services available I never really hung out with Frank Frank junior was always in the office yeah unique personality had his own was that was a consummate musician Frank was you know for the underdog he really protect the guys in his band so when he I was fortunate enough to become the entertainment the director for his dad to conduct the he was a conductor he on all of the shows as much as Frank senior would have his group of people at the hotel before and after the show Frank junior always had all his office to people those with his peers we like to hang on he like to hang around those guys and girls and I was very very very nice to see that door so I never really got a chance to know Frank G. because of that reason I was I was with his dad's entourage so fast forward Frank pastoring senior passed away I'm here in Las Vegas and I get a phone call from Meryl saying the Frank junior was asked to do the unveiling of the Frank Sinatra slot machine at the MGM so he asked me what I'd be around what I like to come by yeah I'd like to I mean I never really got to me French as much on a personal basis than those times you together so French you came into town we met Merrill picked me up we went to the airport Franco and got to the hotel we started this friendship yeah believe it or not from that point on our global guy you know I have my relationship with Frank junior issue at all does it and you know I deserved it and then Frank junior does that last night I agree really he was quite unique character he really was a quite a very intelligent extremely you know introspective and very usually analysis used analysis for analyze everything is very different yeah what a wonderful kind man and I ended up having and you know talk about really was a lot of his body to get a chance to show that much but he was very very very easily the tall man I can tell you he he has he has taken a lot of people that went down on their luck yeah that no one knew about which I was privy to help you work through friends we know you talked about the slot machines you know Lorraine was instrumental and excuse me and having Frank Sinatra drive correct we we get a lot and and Frank junior was the came in for that dedication but but I'm gonna let you continue with the I respected him so much he's the only guy ever let call me Denny oh god I hated that I remember call me with any all the time we could stop and I just go you know but I love the way you know he referred to me is the fix because when he would travel to London a live there for several years in London anytime there was something wrong they call to fix it but it was a plumber or electrician they say we're gonna call the electric zoo sounds like you're Sheedy Jeff right but so I believe I became known as the fix it and I'll go get the fix it will get there I was a call Johnny Peter that time I was a little secret code get the fix that and I became the fix it for a rank in his in his kidding around but so here we are back at the MGM and that was a week's worth of time doing the slot machine unveiling we got to know each other by getting to realize I was with his dad for so many years not knowing how close Meryl myself and the other guys were with with with that sort of opened up his sword relaxed himself well the is most entertainers have you made them feel very comfortable and very secure that they could share their lives with somebody with respected and treated with dignity so here we are at the MGM we did a full week everything went very well they were successful for assistance that was that from Frank and he says John in a report that the engine on I'd like to know back in helping to last time I said sure Frank that would be great so I did and I dis and fitting all these things in we did the second show and Frank approached me and said John you know when the show's over I would like for you to come on my staff as money as Michael everything I've just been offered the one year tour to the symphony orchestra doing Frank Sinatra musical he says to me because I would like to have you do that and if you can't do it I don't want to do that somebody that takes the pressure off what a compliment yeah so that was nice of him to say that now I I believe he meant it sincerely so Frank I have other other other things I'm involved with yeah and I said I have to just make sure my schedules Clea I got to this freaking out my scheduling and that I call the back in the spring I happen to be available he does look good I only have one problem we need to move to Los Angeles I was not a terrible thing yeah I don't know how you lived in the house so I was in my that's about that's a whole nother segments of stars but I took the position with Frank as a full time coordinator his personal assistant what have you and that one here traveling with Frank Sinatra sings opera with the symphony orchestra turned out to nine years on the road amazing it is amazing friendship you guys developed judges house every day yeah seven days a week from there for because the food is is you know it's like my wife is is that recipes everything's in your bloodstream you can't you can't give is an important more birthdays at his house at the house people could not believe that we were eating and as much different so used to going out sure all the time and every day there be something else on the stove and it was Joe we have a ten coming over for dinner Stevie fans and they most a little birthday party financing and so a lot of little little times that we were able to throw our whole milk and food magic masses but the bigger the greatest common Frank whatever Frank junior gave to me he goes John I can't understand it he goes when you make your modern nada sauces he's not a not a so he goes it reminds me of my grandmother dawaly Sinatra yeah so I have my source compared to his grandmother's sauce we see because your food who was also from home he was from Hoboken should refer all the Genoese recipes yeah and I sort of cooked like his family that he remembered when he was a little boy sure so that was a that was a very big compliment to me in a very warm feeling for me to have to when you took all of that now you know the thing you were up within family cooking in Hoboken the smells of the neighborhoods and we talked about earlier and and you delved into the restaurant business here in a restaurant if you have a login cafe and then you know to elude to a more difficult time in your life when you had to leave the west coast and go back to help take care of mom suffered a stroke Frank in I just has stepped off the plane from Uruguay the the car dropped Frankel first which is always to drive to your first I went to my home and where I lived up in the canyon there was no cell service so if you could never get anybody on a cell phone as the story has it I drove up to the property got out as in putting my key in the door and the phone was ringing in the house I go over to the telephone my brother says mom had a stroke prices stop don't put the bags back in the call will go to the airport and travel back to land a job it is obviously a difficult situation a terrible time to leave your relationship with Frank junior to go back in absolutely but you you mentioned last night that that whole thing about food is still in your blood and you said I can bring this style of cooking in the the techniques and everything sounds good Ole southern Georgia people walk and macaroni and cheese and restaurant and great anger it's a so you go in you open up this place which is how many years now we're trudging seven years and seven years and and the name of the restaurant it's right outside of Atlanta Marietta Georgia Georges call hope all can cafe on weight loss and the quick story about how this came to be taking care of my mother now mind you are traveling around the world for ten years at the drop of a hat private jet airplanes hotels to stopping dead doing nothing taking care of my mom so after the my mom was only given for months to live so I recognize I needed to stay Frank junior was very very in the chorus yeah he said anything you need to actually jump anytime I could from Atlanta and met him at the different things that I was already able to get I was able to get to and and and and I would not get as my work was always my word I didn't let them down by not being on the ones that I was you know it in in our neighborhood in our upbringing we call that a stand up guy and that the person you've always been which is why you developed a reputation or able to develop over the years because celebrities and everybody has gotten to know and so fast forward we there they gave my mother for months to live for months turns into six months turns into nine months now I stopped working for Frank I told I was going to retire from that very receptive and I wound up resettling in Marietta Georgia well two years went by three years thank god my mother lived all these years three years four years this year now mind you flying around the world stopping dead still five years goes by I'm going out of my head I'm sure something so I says to my business partner Roger the rusty as nice as Hey you know what when we open up a little school sandwich shop let's have some fun with this it'll give us something to do during the day and nights will be free so sure enough we found this little place close to the house we invested in that made it look as beautiful as a Hoboken style cafe authentic seven opens up and started serving our food not knowing whether this was going to be well received well not only is it been well received because it's a whole different style it's a whole different genre but all of the celebrities who are aware did you have this please you know that represents so much of not only the entertainment history in musical history but the food you know it's it's interesting how music and food is always going hand in hand in particular with Italian so you you were able to create this new opportunity that you find to be stimulating that and I have to tell you what my mother got to see it open she lived another three years after that so was very rewarding to see that she got to be something successful and through all of this the hope of you can phase involves into a great leader the judge which is now become a destination restaurant yeah it's not just a place where you're going to go pick up a quick lunch you coming over for the ambience of being transported into her exactly incidentally I just wanna make sure you realize now minds with all the celebrities talked about of course you always go to restaurants with his eight by tens of this one with this ship I have over five hundred photos on the wall in the whole of all of the songs like a museum is a museum his next picture tells another story design in the picture with those celebrity and you and you can tell this.

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"mister johnny" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

08:01 min | 3 years ago

"mister johnny" Discussed on 600 WREC

"One of the greatest country singers ever them in the Tennessee to we're talking about Mister Johnny Cash his own unique style wrote a lot of songs and that movie walk like a man and was a darn good tale we had a quickly go back to the phones on this Saturday let's go to brother to white the white your own six hundred W. R. U. C. hello hello I do agree with you there you know all of all the things about Medicare NATO Hey and there's so many burns starting where the left over from they are bothered more striations are simple almost performance silence well local but non military curl against our right of that okay don't you agree I don't this is troubling I do not believe there there was cognizant or inherent plan to effect a coup now they possibly could have done it I don't want to go out that far I'm a hard core conservative Obama did some good things he did some bad things a lot of the economic problems that we fell into where because of the Obama administration now much like George W. bush had in his first term when he had the house and the Senate he could have dealt with a lot of issues about what could have to decide trump could have when trump assumed office see a dissenter house and the Senate and he dealt with what he dealt with they didn't deal with the dreamers that Obama said they were going to do they didn't deal with Dhaka and I'm not going to sit back and second guess what I believe about trump and what I like about him is America first but I have pointed out I have pointed out many Republican senators have complained about the Chinese ripping of us all of which they have big time and nobody actually did anything trump was the first American president in modern times to effectively say to the Chinese no more any Gagra size Ford right he removed the embassy one other thing that he did a lot of people don't realize and some of us come out you know I spent twenty two years in the military our military was in terrible shape due to cuts made by the bomb not blame it all about because Congress is in it too but it's a fact that we were in no shape to fight a major war trump is sense built rebuild the military which we need it another world takes a serious seriously we are college Gerald who wants to believe that the world doesn't believe me the Chinese do not want to deal with this man of all year no I don't and I I I I can't call it right now it's still too far off but if they have to deal with him another four years I think we'll get fair treatment what else would go ahead and do what I wanted to have you say what others normally burns luster type the First Lady I'm not gonna write anything again Michelle Obama you're the nice person she well she would never wear stockings but she was a good person well come very true to our bureau all up and tell your but your what three four five languages yeah yes wonderful dog they did and they have them they are very lead dog a pretty day her and don't mind Hey that one Saturday Night Live were upper concluded curve our weather well well well now there there is where we part company I live has an affinity for this Saturday Night Live visibility for skewing almost everybody that's what they do did anybody ever act like Magellan yeah all work yeah four I've seen and I've seen him do satire on her Hey I appreciate your not Paula judge I got to move on I want to school you Janice in here Janice you're on six hundred W. R. we see talk to me yes I think that trump is a man of the people yes ma'am of our career politicians they think because of their education that they're better than those of us that are conservative well you know were deplorable where the Walmart people and trump has treated the quiet help like it is to help the people okay I agree I agree with that Olympic had personal Lympics Americans had businesses that are made in America and I know recently he had the little league team that won the World Series yeah yeah and he took them all in the airport to give me a tech come on airforce one and they appear to one of his rallies yeah he said most of the other presidents had all the celebrities and the white count all he had prison reform in there he did he it like this and he's a he's a man of the the the people and he has a sense of humor and the the press does not seem to appreciate that well I laughed a lot of the things trump does because it's satire he does a lot of staff time but he's also a counter puncher you got to realize this is a man will fail built himself back his businesses failed he build them back up in two billion dollar entities if you're getting these go ahead to bag Janice I hate to cut you short I'm I'm just almost out of time I thank you ma'am you have a great weekend let's go to dear and then we'll go to a song Derek you on six hundred W. R. E. C. are you a one burner so yellow dot com rules yeah that came for war were to when you have a good day well I thank you Sir I don't necessarily know what you applying them to I I guess when I started this out about the Goebbels lie in the hit loud the big lie I as a conservative to be fair I have been trained in broadcast journalism when you say the president did such and such you want to be able to give that to was called out to musicians we got the story from Jack Williams congressman from wherever now when you tell me did an agency I give it a privilege of working with the F. B. I. was biased that troubles me but they work Peter struck Lisa page works for the FBI and they were out to get tough that is not open to dispute and you don't do that in the FBI James call me did like you James call me was trying to secretly recorded you don't do that to a president I don't care if he's from the other party or what if you don't have any respect for the men you have respect for the for the office and I respect the office greatly we're going to get out of here I want to thank ms Saddam and we got football coming up per text message I want to play a little of this as much as we can before we got to get out of here god bless you have a great week we have a show next Saturday as well always remember that you are born into the greatest country man is ever known and you have freedoms you have to use them but research research research don't believe the Democrats don't believe the Republican research for yourself god bless.

"mister johnny" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"mister johnny" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"I A dot com. Click on the ask right? Button, send us an Email. We got some business owner emails in try to get to those perhaps during the course of this program, as I said, I've got a lot going on here mister, Johnny dean. Yep. I don't exactly know where to start except that Senator Grassley as in Chuck was talking the other day in front of a group. I don't know which group it was. But he's the Senate finance committee chairman. And he said they're working hard on trying to get. Reza act or the secure act passed so it would seem to me that one of the things we may want to be talking about here, and the near term is are there any strategies that people should be thinking about in the event, the very I think, likely event that the secure Aretha act happens, and you're not going to be able to stretch IRA's anymore. Well, there's that part of it, and there's also I think the required minimum distribution change the age change. I could probably work in some Roth conversion strategy. Well, it gives you a little more time. Doesn't it gives you more time? There's some people who don't want to do conversions until they retire at sixty five or whatever it is because they're in a high tax bracket. And then if they only have between sixty five and seventy two to convert some of that money out of, maybe what could be a large IRA, then if, if they had an extra two years, or even five years to do it, it could be. Helpful. It can be very, very helpful. But I start today with this, we've been trying to get to this for a while. Tax smart investing sit back folks. Relax I think you're going to enjoy.

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"mister johnny" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"mister johnny" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"I A dot com. Click on the ask Ray button, send us an Email. We got some business owner emails in trying to get those perhaps during the course of this program as I said, I've got a lot going on here mister, Johnny dean. Yep. I don't exactly know where to start except that Senator Grassley as in Chuck was talking the other day in front of a group. I don't know which group was, but he's the Senate finance committee chairman. And he said they're working hard on trying to get that Reza act or the secure act. Passed. So it would seem to me that one of the things we may want to be talking about here, and the near term is are there any strategies that people should be thinking about in the event, the very I think, likely event that the secur- Aretha act happens, and you're not gonna be able to do stretch IRA's anymore. Well, there's that part of it, and there's also I think the required minimum distribution changed the age change. I think you could probably work in some Roth conversion strategy, gives you a little more time. Doesn't it gives you more time? There's some people who don't want to do conversions until they retire at sixty five or whatever it is because they're in a high tax bracket. And then if they only have between sixty five and seventy two to, to convert some of that money out of, maybe what could be a large IRA, then if, if they had an extra two years, or even five years to do it, it could be helpful. It could be very, very helpful. But I start today. Hey with this. We've been trying to get this for a while tax smart. Investing sit back folks. Relax I think you're going to enjoy this little live. There could be said about tax managing your portfolio..

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"mister johnny" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

09:39 min | 3 years ago

"mister johnny" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"With Johnny dean in the house low. Hello, you got a busy hour. We got we have other people walking in here. We have groups come in through waving at us talking through their walk right in. Down. Bovine Ryan, raw what it was. The we we we've by five doing that. Yep. Walk right in. Okay. I've angel was wasn't it. We five did. Oh, no, no. When I woke up this morning, you're on my mind, mind mind. Yeah. So who did I walk right in set right down. Talk for thirty. Is the raylucia program is Johnny dean looks up. The come on John. Anyway, we do have a Gino pass through LA. I know. Yeah. Singers rooftops. Rooftops? Singers, exactly what I was gonna say. Gene pastula will be joining us momentarily. Gene. You know stuff, and he talks, well jeans are very very smart guy. But he's also a really funny guy, and he's been a friend of mine for golly about as long as you've been a friend of mine, that's a long long time working on on normally have friends that Long John friends. I don't hang out with anybody. Hey, let's jump into this investors are buying stocks and bonds at the same time, which means something the game. I don't like that story. Let's see. Oh, I got this in the mail. I guess it was last night. I saw early this morning. And it's a guy the name of John Delvecchio. He wrote me a personal letter. He did he didn't deer Ray dance. Exactly. Look at dear race, you say that. So this is a personal letter. Now, I know that this guy does newsletters and all that stuff. And usually I just a race them left for some reason, I read this letter, and I said Doug on it, Mr. Delvecchio, maybe my peop-. I don't know who talk speaking directly to you. He's speaking directly to me. So here's what he had to say. And I read this everybody and you'll understand the point when I get to the end maybe before that. Here's a trivia question for you. This is his comments to me. All right. What are the stock market due on August fourth nineteen ninety four? Oh, it was. It was either or. Sideways. Yeah. Yeah. This is my wife's birthday, by the way. So I wasn't paying attention to the stock market is paying attention to her as you should don't know me either. He says over time what happens the socks on a given day is meaningless yet financial news is reported every day as if it's a life or death situation. Here's a simple tip to vastly increase, your wealth. He's gonna tell me he's on vast vastly increase, my wealth. Stop watching the news all of them. He's right. Well, we've said -absolutely I realize the new news was bad in twenty eight when I came home from work early because I wasn't feeling. Well, I lay down on the sofa clicked on CNN's headline news for some background noise. That was your first mistake. The show ran in thirty minute loop. I lost count of how many people were murdered mugged and our rate the number of natural disasters underway, the amount of terror plots foiled the politicians who've done shady things and all the other generally bad stuff happening in the world. It was depressing. As I watched the news that day. I thought someone should launch the good news channel. That's us. John. Hey, the good news channel. Yeah. Anyway, he goes on we need a good foundation from which to work mini to consistently apply. Our method method if we want unbound wealth, we must think long term that's the only way to achieve the results we desire investing in financial markets has turned into a spectator sport. When I do on rare occasions watch the financial news often think it's like watching ESPN before the Super Bowl. But while the Super Bowl happens just once a year the stock market's open almost every week day of the year. The experts talk over each other. We know how to do that. Oh, sure we're putting on good at that. We do it all the time. You know, what I was doing national television. You're doing it long distance. And there's that slight delay, and it's horrible. It's terrible meetings. Just Abba conversation. It's almost like one of those old Godzilla movies where you're speaking. And you're saying something most of them are fancy suits with the perfect hair. You would be and they seem to know what they're talking about. There's also theatrics. For example. There's even a guy with bozo. The clown hair who rips heads off of stuff bulls and bears. It's literally a carnival show. Gee, I wonder who they're talking about. Clearly, the financial news is hazardous to your wealth. It's hazardous to your health to as multiple studies have revealed but the day to day fluctuations of the stock market casino need not impact are thinking. Watching the news could cause us to act at precisely the wrong time and do the exact opposite of what we should do one day stock market's down and the experts have an explanation for it. The very next day that explanation is refuted and the stock market goes up complex theories. Make the person explaining them seem smart, then we seem smart when we tell our neighbor or friends, all the complicated reasons, why the financial markets are doing this or that. Forget all that nonsense. It's counterproductive. Indeed. It's like a pickpocket if you don't know the level of the Dow Jones industrial average, you're probably way ahead of your market savvy neighbor, it's not relevant to building long-term wealth in thirty years. It will be completely pointless to know what level. The stock market indexes are trading today in three years, not even thirty years for someone that writes, newsletters, who's trying to get you to buy their newsletter. He's actually telling you the truth now next week when I get his letter it might be by this stock or do that. I don't know. But I was just impressed on giving him some props. John Delvecchio, you are one hundred and ten percent. Correct. Is it because somebody who's paying attention every day to the ups and the downs and all that tend to react. That's exactly what they do. And by the way, when you listen or watch the guy that you know, bikes the bears. Throws the chairs and all that stuff. Yeah. Compelling story is compelling. They're very smart people and articulate, and they talk about the markets and talking about the stocks, and the interview the CEO's and for the average brain like mine, you go guy seems to make some sense, but I can tell you almost unequivocally when you make moves based on something you see or hear or feel it's going to end up bad for you. But when you make long-term moves based on a strategy based on a plan based on something that's got substance behind it except some smart guy. Talking smart stuff. Then I think it's it's it's gonna drive you crazy. No less drive you to the poor house. The guy that bites the heads off and throws chairs and all that stuff. Wasn't. He the one back in two thousand nine hundred ninety nine had said, these are the twenty stocks or something. Ever. Dogs at every investor should own. Yeah. And of course, every single one of them. He emphasize. Yes. Yeah. Every one of them. I if I own no, no other stocks in my portfolio, and these are the ones I would have something you're quoting one of my old seminars, by the way, just in my head. You've got a great memory. I wish I had your memory. Well, I didn't even remember that you used to have my. Okay. What were they down? They were down ninety four percent or something like that. Was in that one year. That's right. That's not the fault. I mean, anybody could have guessed wrong. Well, the problem was that was the tech craze back and those technology stocks were on fire. And of course, you know, if you guess, right? You sound like you're a genius if you guess wrong, you say, no, no. I didn't mean that. I didn't mean gluttony by them. I just meant these are the top ten stocks that I think look pretty attractive right now. If you've watched me two months later, I said, no, no no seldom now. They were good for two months, you missed this signal one hundred and fifty bucks a month. And I would have given you the cell signal. But since you weren't part of my membership. You don't get it such a load of garbage. Anyway, we'll we'll talk more about this in the future. Let me tell you. What else is going on here mister Johnny dean. Yes. Investors may have a false sense of security. Do you know you were just yawning was boring. You don't know it has to do with being up since three something me to call me, Texas in Texas did a survey of seven hundred and fifty individuals in the US, according to David Guintaras CEO of US and Canada, Texas, a decade of rising markets, low interest rates and subdued volatility have given investors unreasonable expectations and a false sense of security their research, of course, suggests this at least half of investors, they said said. The long-term bull market bolstered their confidence that they're on track to reach.

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"mister johnny" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"mister johnny" Discussed on WTVN

"Traffic and weather every ten minutes on the tens from TempStar heating and cooling products. Johnny. I'd like to give you a hug. Are you busy? Well, yeah. I was going to do the report take a rain check on maybe it'll maybe later from TempStar heating and cooling products. Mister, Johnny would have washed my hands right now. Three fifteen northbound's got an accident scene north of Goodell. They have moved it out of the way all lanes are reopen here. They all lanes blocked until they moved into the side. So we're heavily backed up and improving north of seventy and especially coming off six seventy west onto three fifteen north at ramp backed up through Neil avenue downtown we do have another ramp closed dot closing seventy Westbound's ramp to seventy one south at Duda roadwork. And that's backed up through downtown to the moments your detour seventy west two west broad and back eastbound on seventy accident scene. One sixty one east of sawmill in one yet to clear highstreet in Weber traffic sponsored by rock auto dot com. The online auto parts store with everything from complex electrical parts for modern daily drivers to brake shoes for favorites orderonline. Twenty four seven the parts delivered directly to your home or office. Visit auto dot com. For a lively low prices, everyday, traffic and weather every ten minutes on the tens for TempStar customer, your next updates at six thirty nine Johnny hill. Newsradio six ten WTVN. Just a reminder to eight minutes away from an instant grand in your hand thousand dollars to do what you want and it's easy. You just text in the keyword to two hundred two hundred that chance coming up here real quick. All right,.

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"mister johnny" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

09:44 min | 3 years ago

"mister johnny" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"America. That helps you make better money moves the through show with Johnny dean in the house low there, John. Hello. You got a busy hour. We got we have other people walking in here. We have come in through waving through their walk right in. Eighty nine ROY. The we we we doing that. Walk right in. Okay. I think it was wasn't it. We did. Oh, no. No. When I woke up this morning, you're on my ride. Yeah. So who did I walk right in set right down. You talk for thirty. The program is Johnny dean looks up. Five. The come on John. Anyway, we do have a Gino pastula. Hey, I know. Yeah. Rooftops? Rooftops singer. That's exactly what I was gonna say. Gene pastula will be joining us momentarily. Gene. You know stuff, and he talks jeans are very, very smart guy. But he's also a really funny guy, and he's been a friend of mine for golly about as long as you've been a friend of mine, that's a long long time. Normally that Long John friends at all. I don't hang out with anybody. Thank you. Let's jump into. This investors are buying stocks and bonds at the same time, which means something as the game. I don't like that story. Let's see. Oh, I got this in the mail. I guess it was last night. I saw early this morning. And it's a guy by the name of John Delvecchio. He wrote me a personal letter. He did he didn't deer. Ray? He did. It's exactly look a deer Ray that day that so this is a personal letter. Now, I know that this guy does newsletters and all that stuff, and usually I just erase them. But for some reason, I read this letter, and I said, doggone it, Mr. Delvecchio, maybe my peop-. I don't know who talked speaking directly to you. He's speaking directly to me. So here's what he had to say. And I'll read this everybody and you'll understand the point when I get to the end maybe for that. Here's a trivia question for you. This is his comments to me. All right. What are the stock market due on August fourth nineteen Ninety-four? Oh, it was. It was either or. Yeah. Yeah. This is my wife's birthday, by the way. So I wasn't paying attention to the stock market is paying attention to her as you should don't know me either. He says overtime what happens to stocks on a given day is meaningless yet financial news is reported every day as if it's a life or death situation. Here's a simple tip to vastly increase, your wealth. He's going to tell me, he's vast vastly increase, my wealth. Stop watching the news all of it. He's right. Well, we've said -absolutely I realize the new news was bad in twenty eight when I came home from work early because I wasn't feeling. Well, I lay down on a sofa clicked on CNN's headline news for some background noise. That was your first mistake. The show ran in thirty minute loop. I lost count of how many people were murdered mugged and our rate the number of natural disasters underway, the amount of terror plots foiled the politicians should done shady things and all the other generally bad stuff happening in the world. It was depressing. As I watch the news that day. I thought someone should launch the good news channel. That's us. John. Hey, the good news channel. Yeah. Anyway, he goes on we need a good foundation from which to work. I'm anita. Consistently apply. Our method method if we want unbound wealth, we must think long term that's the only way to achieve the results we desire investing in financial markets has turned into a spectator sport. When I do on rare occasions watch the financial news often think it's like watching ESPN before the Super Bowl while the Super Bowl happens. Just once a year the stock market's open almost every week day of the year. The experts talk over each other. We know how to do that. Oh, sure, we're putting good. Do it all the time. You know, what I was doing national television. You're doing it long distance. And there's that slight delay, and it's horrible. It's terrible. Advocates say she it's almost like one of those old Godzilla movies where you're speaking in your mouth is saying most of them were fancy suits with a perfect hair. Would be and they seem to know what they're talking about. There's also theatrics. For example. There's even a guy with bozo. The clown hair who rips heads off of stuff bulls and bears. It's literally a carnival show. Gee, I wonder who they're talking about. Clearly, the financial news is hazardous to your wealth. It's hazardous to your help to as multiple studies have revealed but the day to day fluctuations of the stock market casino need not impact are thinking. Watching the news could cause us to act at precisely the wrong time and do the exact opposite of what we should do one day the stock market's down and the experts have an explanation for it. The very next day that explanation is refuted and the stock market goes up complex theories. Make the person explaining them seem smart, then we seem smart when we tell our neighbor or friends, all the complicated reasons, why the financial markets are doing this or that. Forget all that nonsense. It's counterproductive. Indeed. It's like a pickpocket if you don't know the level of the Dow Jones industrial average, you're probably way ahead of your market savvy neighbor, it's not relevant to building long-term wealth in thirty years. It will be completely pointless to know what level. The stock market indexes are trading at today in three years, not even thirty years. For someone that writes, newsletters, who's trying to get you to buy their newsletter. He's actually telling you the truth now next week when I get his letter it might be by this stock do that. I don't know. But I was just impressed on giving him some props. John Delvecchio, you are one hundred and ten percent. Correct. Is it because somebody who's paying attention every day to the ups and downs and all that tend to react. That's exactly what they do. And by the way, when you listen or watch the guy that you know, bites the bears and throws the chairs and all that stuff. Yeah. They're compelling. I mean, they're story is compelling. They're very smart people and articulate, and they talk about the markets and talking about the stocks, and the interview the CEO's, and, you know, for the average brain like mine, you go guys seems to make some sense, but I can tell you almost unequivocally when you make moves based on something you see or hear or feel it's going to end up bad for you. But when you make long-term moves based on a strategy based on a plan based on something that's got substance behind it except some smart guy. Talking smart stuff. Then I think it's it's it's gonna drive you crazy. No, less drive, you to the poor house bites the heads off and throws chairs and all that stuff. Wasn't. He the one back in two thousand nine hundred ninety nine had said, these are the twenty stocks or something. Hand the ten starts at every investor should own. Yeah. And of course, every single one of them. He emphasize. Yes. Yeah. Every one of them used this. I if I own no, no other stocks in my portfolio, and these are the ones I would have something like you're quoting one of my old seminars, by the way. It just popped in my head. You've got a great memory. I wish I had your memory. I didn't even remember that you used to have. This. Okay. What were they down ninety four percent or something like that? Yeah. That one year. Yeah. That's right. That's not necessarily the fault. I mean, anybody could have guessed wrong. Well, the problem was that was the tech craze back and those technology stocks were on fire. And of course, you know, if you guess, right? You sound like you're a genius if you guess wrong, you say none, right? Didn't mean that I didn't mean glutton by them. I just meant these are the top ten stocks that I think look pretty attractive right now. If you if you'd watch these two months later, I said, no, no no seldom now were good. For two months. You missed the cell signal payment one hundred and fifty bucks a month. And I would have given you the cell signal. But since you weren't part of my membership. You don't get it at such a load of garbage. Anyway, we'll we'll talk more about this. I'm sure in the future. Let me tell you. What else is going on here mister Johnny dean. Yeah. Investors may have a false sense of security. Do you know, how are you were just yawning was boring? You know? It has to do with being up since three something called me on the Texas. And the Texas did a survey of seven hundred and fifty individuals in the US, according to David Gwynn ta CEO of US and Canada, Texas, a decade of rising markets, low interest rates and subdued volatility have given investors unreasonable expectations and a false sense of security their research, of course, suggests this at least half of investors, they said said the term bull market bolstered their confidence that they're on track to.

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"mister johnny" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"mister johnny" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Own. Yeah. And of course, every single one of them. He emphasize. Yes. Yeah. Every one of them. I if I own no, no other stocks in my portfolio, and these are the ones I would have something you're quoting one of my seminars, by the way, just popped in my head. You've got a great memory. I wish I had your memory. Well, I didn't even remember that you used to have my. Okay. What were they they were down ninety four percent or something like that? Yeah. That one year. Yeah. That's right. That's not necessarily the fault. I mean, anybody could have guessed wrong. Well, the problem was that was the tech craze back and those technology stocks were on fire. And of course, you know, if you guess, right? And you sound like you're a genius if you guess wrong, you say, no, no. I didn't mean that. I didn't mean gluttony by them. I just meant these are the top ten stocks that I think look pretty attractive right now. If you've watched beast, two months later, I said, no, no no seldom now. They were good for two months. You missed the cells. One hundred and fifty bucks a month. And I would have given you the cell signal. But since you weren't part of my membership. You don't get it such a load of garbage. Anyway, we'll we'll talk more about this. I'm sure in the future. Let me tell you. What else is going on here mister Johnny dean. Yes. Investors may have a false sense of security. Do you know you were just yawning was boring. You know, it has to do with being up since three something. Me to call me on the Texas. The Texas did a survey of seven hundred and fifty individuals in the US, according to David Guintaras CEO of US and Canada in Texas, a decade of rising markets, low interest rates and subdued volatility have given investors unreasonable expectations and a false sense of security their research, of course, suggests this at least half of investors. They said said the long-term bull market bolstered their confidence that they're on track to reach long-term goals..

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"mister johnny" Discussed on We Hate Movies

We Hate Movies

03:05 min | 3 years ago

"mister johnny" Discussed on We Hate Movies

"We just put a bell on voldemort fucking dead. Sorry, Eric immortal. What's? I mean, he's with no knows Ray fine. And of my knowledge in this movie. He's just being born. He's like a one year old. I wanna see that fucking Bertzi. Yes. We'll Tom riddle wasn't born evil, dude. We'll no. But I wanna see the doctor spanking his ass from the Tom riddle born, I'm screaming into the into into life. But why Tom rental why not just literally any bay fucking Prego born? Again, hold on a second birth porn part of extreme button, by the way, important hub Zane. But oh, excuse me. What? What was that? Is that just like watching somebody be birth awfully well playing Barry white? It's the miracle of life video like, but sexy. No video could have used a killer soundtrack. That's a great point. You know, you see something come out. You don't see something go in? Now. That's exactly that's. Oh. No, no. I just think it's an important moment. Let's see. Anyway, the fantastic beasts movies are this is the second one. The Grendel vault is involve Grendel vault. Played. Uncertain ceremoniously, but very ever very divisively mister, Johnny Depp. Yeah, he cut it gets at a movie jail in the beginning of this movie. The starts with him literally broke it being broken out of movie jail. It's such teased to in the beginning. Because what's the first thing you hear about him? Oh, we cut out his tongue. Dude of my ears pricked up with that. And I was like could it be? Also, did he grow it back or this? I think the Abernathy guy. Oh, you had. Oh, that's just you know, I think that dude like he fucking switched things can't talk. I guess that's Abernathy notice for the rest of his time in the film who is very good in Tarrant Davies sunset song. If everybody gets to see it. Wow. Look, it you dropping Terence Davies rafts characters. Yes. Exact same character. I'm sorry. The wizard ding world ver. Yes. World. Just fucking stupid as Star Wars extended universe or any of those things. Don't start gripe about the name of the universe will. But the name of the universe because they never it. Just fans say star was the extent of the universe below blah, or even those like solo movies, they'll have the title card Star Wars, but this just says wizard world because he can call studios, Harry Potter and the nothing to do with this. That's not how you do. Potter presents. That's where I'll be honest with you all my problems with this movie. The thing was world. It's pretty low on that..

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"mister johnny" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"mister johnny" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"You said they will help mall employees pay for an N T S pass. So they don't have to drive to work the first big reveal of the Oscars. This year may be the host or the collection of them. CBS news. Steve futterman. Explain traditionally, the Oscars have had one main hope now, I turn you over to the more the capable hands of tonight's master of ceremonies mister, Johnny. Carson Johnny Carson, Bob Hope more recently, Ellen Degeneres and Jimmy Kimmel, but this year there may not be one host. Oscar officials originally wanted Kevin Hart to leave the show. That Bill through when past homophobic comments by heart surfaced. Now. There are reports the academy may decide to go with a series of big name stars to introduce various segments. Steve Futterman, CBS news, Los Angeles. I here's news as Heather Myers with your micro-climate forecast. Clouds out there today and temperatures adder even slightly below seasonal averages or back to the low sixties the beaches today, mid to upper sixties for the inland valley locations that high surf advisory stays in place along the entire coastline until ten o'clock this evening on AM, seven sixty. I'm news as Heather Myers fair and sixty one in del mar last week a young man known as a superfan of the Purdue University Boilermakers died from bone cancer. Tyler Trent was only twenty today. We're learning the FBI has arrested a Florida man who made death threats against transfat family after he died. There's more breadwinner bowl coming up AM, seven sixty talk and breaking news. The government shutdown reality hits on Friday. And we'll talk about it.

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