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"patrick renna" Discussed on Live From Detroit: The Jeff Dwoskin Comedy Show

Live From Detroit: The Jeff Dwoskin Comedy Show

02:28 min | 2 months ago

"patrick renna" Discussed on Live From Detroit: The Jeff Dwoskin Comedy Show

"Log in at nine thirty eastern time on wednesdays you can listen live and you can come on stage and you can talk about the shows that we're talking about. We've talked about lots of great shows. Recently we talked about squid game. Click bait tons of great shows a lot of stuff. That's hot right now and a lot of stuff. That's in the archives that you can go in and stream that you may not know about. It's a really great show. It answers the question. Hey what should. I be listening to which everyone asks and we made a show just for you. You're welcome. I hope you had a chance to catch. Last week's episode with eric peterson. Star of kevin kidnap himself. Kevin himself was here. Eric peterson shared tons of great stories. I also want to send you to the episode if you haven't heard it yet. Listen to the cool celebrity voices. The animation voices that my friend. Casey ryan plot did for me for the special call in from shrek and all his fairytale friends is great and wanted to thank him again for that. If you're listening to this the first few days of its release. I will be at the motor city comic con october sixteenth. I will be moderating panels. One with patrick renna from the sandlot and david joost the blue power ranger so get your comecon on. Check out there. If you're in the metro detroit area hope to see their and now it's time for the social media to all right is the bar is show. I share a little bit my social media knowledge with a four one one. I picked up on the street. You know i love twitter. There's a new feature coming out from twitter. It's called twitter. Pre tweet warning and they're gonna start rolling this out. Basically it's meant to support healthy conversation so it'll give you a heads up pop up. Everything's you're about to be nasty in a reply to a tweet or something. Say hey you may wanna rethink the anger behind. What we think this post is about to be and i think they even mentioned in the article playing Jackson song nasty nasty. Boa don't mean a thang. But at that part i might have made up but the reality is they are doing to try and curb healthier conversations. So if you see that i just wanted to kind of let you know. It's always good to not send angry tweets as good as it feels to write it. It never feels good once you send it right at and then delete it. Move out your life. You'll know you're doing okay. If you never see a pop up from twitter and that's the social media to do..

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"patrick renna" Discussed on Live From Detroit: The Jeff Dwoskin Comedy Show

Live From Detroit: The Jeff Dwoskin Comedy Show

04:50 min | 2 months ago

"patrick renna" Discussed on Live From Detroit: The Jeff Dwoskin Comedy Show

"Family. He was on the episode of big bang. Theory when sheldon. And amy kiss for the first time. He had a huge role on that episode. So cool great story. We talk about his work on the sitcom kirstie on tv land and of course we wrap it all up with kevin. Kim f- himself the big show right now on. Amc with anti murphy so many great stories coming up in just a few minutes. Doing take a second to thank everyone who likes and subscribes a fouls the show on their favorite podcast app. Here's a few suggestions for you. Good pods apple. Podcast google iheartradio. Wherever you so desire. I'm everywhere can you believe it. I'm everywhere i know. It's spooky when you listen to an episode. I'd love to hear from you. Tweet at me at jeff to washburn show on twitter or reply to one of my posts on instagram jeff. Watkins show love to hear from you. I'll respond for sure. Also if you want head on over to jeff is funny dot com. that's home of all episodes. And there's a link to crossing the streams which is my live. Show that i do. Everyone's eight nine thirty. Pm eastern time. Here's an exciting thing we're now streaming the streams live on fireside app as well as right where we live on fires that way. If you're listening on fireside you can actually come onto the stage and talk to us about the show that we're discussing so that's a new thing that we're testing out so definitely come. Check that out also exciting news. I have to say. I'm going to be at the motor city comic con october. Fifteenth and sixteenth on the sixteenth. Which is a saturday. I'm actually. I am running two panels for the motor city comic con one with patrick renna from the sandlot. David ios from the power rangers. So if you're in the detroit area definitely check me out at the motor city comic con calling me. Hello hello jeff. Oh hello shrek. I'm calling because what did on the street is eric. Peterson is on your show. Yes i guess. Words getting around Hey spent a lot of time in better sedating me. I got all the detail creatures looking for him. We're all gonna come on. You don't know what it's going to turn. Would you want her to leave. Watch out eric roy vale. Going to help to us that the real going to find him. We'll find you eric. And maybe we'll make your dinner won't make him dinner. You're trying to hunt him down. Oh you offer the money coming for you. And even i lord fall quad. We're find my way along with this rival to.

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"patrick renna" Discussed on GSMC Movie Podcast

GSMC Movie Podcast

04:33 min | 3 months ago

"patrick renna" Discussed on GSMC Movie Podcast

"You're killing me smalls. you're killing me. What makes the sandlot stand out above the rest. What about this film makes it so incredibly iconic as a summer film so the sandlot came out in nineteen ninety three and it was directed by david. Mickey evans it stars. Tom geary as scotty smalls. Mike mike guitar as frankie. Ria or ben franklin rodriguez. Patrick renna as ham. Quarter chauncey. the party as s- quince paradores. Art leffler as the babe or babe. Ruth and james earl jones as mr myrtle so there are a handful of films that really stick out to me as summer movies iconic for being the movie that you know it's the summertime and you watch it. Jaws is one of them Well you get the point. I mean the. There's a bunch of them. That i guess you could go from jaws definitely sticks out to me but one of the other main ones that really stick out to me is the sandlot and it's you know it's hard to save. It's because of the plot or if it's just that the movie itself is so incredibly quotable in and i you know iconic Or just because of the fact that it really the sandlot just exhibits what it really means to be a kid during the summertime so that could be that. That could totally be as well. I feel like one of the most fascinating aspects of the movie. Itself is that there isn't really a single overarching plot or it doesn't feel that way to me. What it feels like you know is Let's see how do i break this down. I wouldn't necessarily call this film and anthology film. Which is i mean. If you're not sure wouldn't anthology film is It's essentially a film comprised of a bunch of short stories that are very loosely connected by either a theme or premise or potentially as one person telling each store your or something like that that is an anthology film But i wouldn't call this film that i probably just call it like coming of age meets slice of life so that that's really what it is. You're watching kids living their lives doing their own thing and having adventures along the way. So that is what i would say. This film is and i think the reason why i point out the fact. That there isn't a single overarching. Plot is because i feel like most movies nowadays. You need the plot..

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"patrick renna" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

12:51 min | 1 year ago

"patrick renna" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Follow us on the ground what a windshield at E. S. P. N. under score Chicago DC Chicago's home for sports ESPN one thousand all right that we're getting through this Friday I know I know reference reference it is T. G. I. F. F. thank god it happened Friday yeah yes of course you open up any and yesterday it's a crime well last night you do first time I went back to the crown royal you have to make sure you just going to look at you do you have the I'm thinking you have the capacity for the big ice cubes like you have to have the I don't I don't have a house no the the ball to make the ball the big ice ball yeah or the square Ice Cube the big one where just one right yes now you are you gonna get that I don't have it either I don't get it yeah yeah it's still was good it still was delicious I started off with a we start off with yesterday I start out with a vodka soda to soda then I went to two glasses of holy but you were mixing it with soda wasn't doing the trick so I'm like let's do a little crown royal we did I I did two glasses a crown royal doing the trick then and then the fourth class I ended with the run of the glass from China my god how did you and then what is it that yeah that's quite the mixing your mixology I yeah I'm okay with that I'm usually like I could usually I don't get sick by mixing stuff okay I could start with they are you know you've seen me had caught where I can be a martini then I go to wine when I go to two kilo over on the rocks I'm I'm still with you that such a myth it's not the mixing it's the quantity that you're still mad all the good and generally when you start to mix its large quantities that you're consuming anything that the the downfall right when you had eight beers then you start deciding to do tequila shots that's no good stop in three or four keyless shots for you it's like after dinner drinks like I stepped on the tequila hello I like a good step Glendon Rusch is a former Cobb he was one of the believe it or not what does that tell you about the for cubs all the time the three club cubs came so close the old floor because I thought they were going to win the World Series and they gave me a lot of headaches and heartache Glendon Rusch I always say is one of like the nice guys on that for team yeah there were some guys that I did not like but when he calls in right now for the biggest thing drop competition former cubs pitcher hi Glenda how you feeling I'm good what's up guys thanks for having me on the call and I know that he's bored at home the what are you doing to pass the time these days I am you know if being a dad working in the yard trying to find stuff to do around the house that's about it I guess same thing everybody's doing it how old are your kids I got a lot more in the fifth grader both boys wow are they baseball players still rather book plan and unfortunately they're not playing right now but they both enjoy it then there were you know book little guy I know when I was finishing up my career and my oldest one was that was a little dude but not on the on the dug out at Wrigley and and hang out the ID on family day so it needs sixteen already now did you make them throw left handed when they were around like one or two years just like you know I serve I gave them all my bad right you know one of them can run their balls right handed so yeah there what would would you watch this cubs team do what they did in two thousand and sixteen actually fifteen sixteen seventeen for that that that I mean did you watch it thinking that ultimately they would find the promised land or did you think the team was just never going to ever get there no I definitely felt like they had a chance and in fifteen and and I had a absolute blast watching my watch all the games I want all that out the games in LA at the time I was living in southern cal and then I went to three four and five the World Series at Wrigley do I want with Paul Baco and Kerry wood in a bunch about god not that four oh five nine era were all their state's pretty cool but you know in a way I was at game four in in game five the life was sort of restored but what were you when you were thinking when you're sitting there during four and it's all in the fan are you like oh boy here they go again or did you think they would have a chance to rebound and come back well it would leak for sure but I but I think that that you know they were so resilient and and you know but you got to go great tight knit group and and I think they just you know they they did what they're what they had to do and get their nose to the grind and Merrill to pull it out what do you remember about the I mentioned the for team because I had such great hopes and and it ended so poorly what do you remember most about that team how much fun I had those guys were so much fun I felt like I felt like I was going in you know you mentioned earlier I thought I was joining a World Series game really when I when I got there now or after what they did in all three and you know get the get the talent that are better team probably you know you know for and now we were just never able to get on that one hot streak especially down the stretch well like in August and September because that's when you need to get hot new year's number never able to do it then what do you think the the the season is going to look like I know there's so much uncertainty in maybe the predictions are aren't you you know we should be in the prediction business right now but are you still holding out hope that the two thousand and twenty Major League Baseball season will have something to it I am I'm a an internal optimist always you know can't wait for baseball season because I love watching I love following it good already yeah I know particularly terrible right now but we want to do one anyway but if I were to guess I would say that hopefully maybe like the beginning of July or something they could get something under way and we could be a part of it even with them double headers in a little bit of an expanded roster and you know who knows if they get in a hundred and two hundred twenty games and play deeper into the year we could stop quite a even the but obviously health and everything else first and foremost right now but I would love to see them get back in place I know everybody that that the Glendon who I told you about the contest in the call in all right there with that yep birthday the guy that he talked to me I get the budget during the cubs conventions over the years but he tweeted me after day about the terror all call it sounds like fun well we appreciate it you've always been a class act fun guy to talk to thanks for calling is so much going you can we can stay safe Glendon Rusch the former as he describes himself on his Twitter pages as former eighty eight mile per hour throwing average major leaguer for twelve season hashtag rose hash tag match hash tag brewers hashtag cubs hashtag Padres hash tag Rockies Hey listen if you can throw in your left hand there's a good chance yes you know you can find yourself a career and in Major League Baseball that's right thank you for a long time that's why we think that like you would put the ball on your kids left in a lot of people said that to me and I'm like I have my kids are going to be some pictures you know I I let them be what they whatever they gravitated towards a start using the right on the use the right answer but I know a lot of like are they righties or lefties and righties are they are in like there are a lot of parents who do who do that intentionally try to lead a kit and there's like band I think there are studies that are conflicting where some parents think you can or in some parents think that can't be taught I'm one yeah I'm one that does I don't I think you're you're born with a dominant hand I think maybe you could catch get your kid in the in the batting cage and maybe see if they could they could be switch hitters and again hit from both sides of the plate and but I I I'm reluctant to think that you can from an early stage get your child to be a writer left right that's the debate all right so whoever we had on so far down I mean the the quantity has been bank haven't we had on right it's the biggest name drop competition we've got me and gambling vouchers will give a special shout out to all of our sponsors the two sponsors of this great contest later in the show but who so far has the station had on so you got all it all started with a calf kicking us off on Monday with a gym for Terrick from survivor the odds of March as you guys know then we had re routed around the rats the real Rudy not the guy who played Rudy the real Rudy that Hank is area who I think is a leader in the clubhouse right now really I'm just I'm just Hey guys area voice of the pool and from you know the bird Cajun for he did Brockmire for us some great Mitchell Trubisky takes them in Mike single Terry hall of Famer Colin Patrick Renna whose ham Porter you're killing me Smalls we Chris Cloete calling it cap had this one the American Airlines person who does the videos before you take off the one who in case you didn't know teaches you how to fasten your seat that that that that she called in take the buckle yeah put it through pull the pull the put the mask on your per the person next to you right don't want on your own don't put on your own mask first and then you got it yes you got it man behind this but okay you've got to take care yourself firstly get out many others then right you got to make sure that your I don't know about you guys I'm saving my kids first because I'm that kind of person I'm selfless like that would help my kids first and a lion held inhale little carbon monoxide or whatever it is then so be it my kids need to live longer than me anyway I don't want to minimize the participation of anyone in their role in life but I'm going to say that she's probably not going to win is that fair you never know you never know okay on and then we had Jim Palmer the pictured in the enjoyable converse at all great conversation smooth as the day long everything he does marked the caller Carlos the comedian and actor called in Seinfeld current username in the hallways are because he's done a lot of work with windy city live junior Bridgeman called in former NBA player Bridgeman is worth like hundreds of millions of dollars to because doesn't he own a ton of fast food restaurants I think you did mention that before Mike Landis if you don't know who that is he's in the hit show Roswell the hit show Roswell I don't know network it's on but it's on the network yeah yes there you go the C. W. Gilbert Godfrey called in to Carmen your call we had Dennis de young yeah we did X. X. last night sticks right on Nicole Stott the astronaut called in she's space people now that space listen all right she would get my vote but I don't know that she'll get the votes because I enjoyed the interview more than anything but maybe it's not the most famous person may what do you guys think yeah that is great right she was great I don't know how this is being judged ride like I mean the biggest name that's one of the most phone interviews I've done from my perspective in a decade we had Miguel Servan tests if you don't know who that is it's Hamilton from Hamilton he's only here now on Broadway there dark at Broadway now and for the three and a half years it was in Chicago he was the lead here we have always taken over on Broadway we had Roy wood junior the comedian is on the daily show big Chicago land crank Yankers yeah Kyle Calder the former Blackhawk as guardians yeah go go October the A. B. C. line yes yeah yeah can't forget majors in marching Greco with team go ahead I'll give it to me ABC last night was it was it was it was there an errant sin Arneson RT and called her you have the CD and the DVD was to help I'm I'm I'm lost I had it and then I lost it now can give his first name Mike Oscar winner was in one of those guys did one of those guys fight with Brent see a Brenda cider outside a bar yeah Arneson there wasn't wasn't Sutter was that flurry sure no one was co team yeah I think when I was a coach I believe those are nothing I knew it was someone from then on this morning a cap had Frank Calabrese junior Collin monster not former mob former mobster carmine did not like that well I mean I'm just saying carmine did like it and if it gets determined Bobby Douglas called in to cap this morning Bobby Douglas former quarterback Jeff flow if you don't.

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"patrick renna" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

08:00 min | 1 year ago

"patrick renna" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Color she's not gonna feel she's incredible man I love Sheryl Crow let's not only focus on Shallcross anybody we want her to call but let's not I mean not every cabin companies listener has to focus on Sheryl Crow we'd like to also talk to some other huge names start we've got to beat waddle and Silvy I'd like to think that we were winning after day one but right now after you know three days of the contest we got a deal we are running this we are winning this yeah no question of if I had a vote and I don't make the vote the boss Mike Thomas makes a vote but me in my eyes hate his area is the leader in the clubhouse not only was he hang his area he also was Brock Meyer and it was a hilarious conversation who else do they have call in day and Mike single Terry the end Patrick Renna they had Chris Chloe all right let's say I want to continue this discussion do you guys think truly as I had two people in the business tell me last night that we could be affected financially in professional sports and college sports talk about big time college sports for the better part of a decade because they said you're talking about years for people to rebuild their lives if they were affected by corona whether it was in a financial way whether it was with their health they said it's going to affect season ticket basis you're literally have teams they're gonna ask for your season ticket money I'm going to go about this is that over thirty years can't do it lost my job I'm out that were that was there at their disposable income then you're gonna advertisers who are fixtures we're gonna go we cut our budgets fifty sixty seventy percent because we have no sales can't do it but there's this school of thought I've read some articles that people think we'll just wait when they start playing games with nobody in everyone's going to watch the ratings will be insane than the advertising dollars will flow a few events NFL football maybe but they'll be a lot of sporting events they're going to fall by the wayside hundred percent the rich will get richer and the have nots will really struggle like if you were a player now and you turned down good extensions do you think that we're going to see it fallout of what guys get paid what do you think it will come right back al Robinson's got it you know a free agency coming up he's going to get paid this guy's going to get paid in that sport Chris brown's gonna get paid two hundred fifty million that do you think it's going to come back it's all specific to the salary cap I know baseball doesn't have one but they have the luxury tax but the other sports the salary cap the salary floor that's what will determine it right so like if you have to spend the money that you have guys will give the contracts I I don't know all right of anyone to be concerned about with what we're dealing with I don't have the the part of my being where I'm like concerned about someone turning down a four hundred dollar contract I'm not talk about that I'm talking about we're going to have stadiums where people can't pay for their tickets any longer yeah the everything so stadium mops as young teams are gonna have to change the way they do business hundred percent I get that I don't really care that Mookie Betts passed on a four hundred million dollar deal and now he's only going to get to seventy five C. ones and like I yeah my head where my head is that is there are people trying to pay rents today that's why people who are worried about paycheck to paycheck and just being okay to stay where they're at at in and getting through this okay so like in my head ally not your misunderstanding I'm not talking about the athlete perspective I'm talking about it's going to drastically affect everything that we watch yes everything to finish what I was saying is in my head the logistics of that type of thing I assume we'll just work itself out because dollars will go to that at some point now restaurants use your small business owners in your in your specific home town and where you're living at I don't know if the dollars will return or of those people will be able to re open their businesses so I just don't really like that the head space I'm in is not being concerned over how will billionaire owners be able to fill their stadiums that they had the public pay for for them to begin with your essay like that to me doesn't really yeah I'm not talking about that perspective I'm talking about the bar owner who relies on people to come in to watch said team said team can't do that it's like the trickle down effect is going to hit everybody everyone the act the ad revenue will not be there to the degree it ever was I think it's going to change the way we live like if they said to you July one okay you're safe to go back out eating are you gonna be packing in like sardines at your favorite restaurant I don't think I am well but I would yeah I would I would to have pause wedding day will see people different I think everything's going to be different what we're living through now is going to change the world forever in some will be a positive ways I think I think what this is doing right now is letting us take time to to be with our families it's giving us time if you had a hobbies or things you wanted to take care of always in life you don't have enough time to do things and what this is giving us is more time let's be honest we're not running to take our kids to support it you know their sports and after school programs we're not running to hang out with friends were not running to do things so we've got some of our time back so in that way it's a positive thing we've got more time back and maybe when this all ends will all appreciate our time a little bit more and not run run run run run and will realize that times the only commodity you can't make more up in other ways so I do think that the world's going to change take for instance people that work in offices right you may never have to go to one office again I think after this happens and people are working from home if you own a business and you're paying a great deal of rent to rent office space and you realize that your workers are just as competent and just as productive working from home why would you spend that money on office space and spend that money on office supplies and spend that money on insurance and maintenance and cleaning if you don't have to if your your employees can work just as productively at home yeah I'm just not convinced you can run a successful business long term I'm not talking about in an emergency where you don't have a culture everyone's working from home always but there's global like my wife works for a company it's a big company it it's a global company people on her specific team live in Cleveland live in Detroit live in London live in Paris she doesn't see those people ever they have a great culture they do they use zoom even not during corona virus so they can see each other they communicate really well so there you know when it would be that's a rarity most agree I think most big businesses most global companies they don't see each other not all the time anyways especially when you're dealing with offices in multiple cities sure little places like you know our company we need to see each other and be together to do our jobs but I don't know if that applies to the whole yeah I think it I think it does but thanks for some businesses have you run I fortunately have rolled out a little R. three one two three three two three seven seven six I'd love to have you participate in this discussion coronavirus TV is interesting viewing as well we discussed some of the interesting backgrounds were saying next you're.

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"patrick renna" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

06:55 min | 1 year ago

"patrick renna" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"No no no you want to I have yet to happen more nothing you're killing me Smalls really old movie history because it is still used today while yes Houston this radio station quite often your former football player of course for the Packers and jags still uses that probably one of those lines that when it was being recited when the movie was being filmed no one had the idea how how world wide that saying was going to be right so we're doing the biggest name drop competition we've got the full week if you know someone you want to bother someone on Twitter have them call the show the winner will get meet in gambling vouchers what a combo we're all stuck inside that's something to look forward to when times get better and we saw one of our great listeners was tweeting Patrick Renna who of course played ham Porter in the movie the sandlot one of the great movies out there of course sports movies and Patrick Renna is online right now hi Patrick there you go and thanks for calling in absolutely anything for my body Schrader and just a bucket full of meat right you meet and gambling vouchers all god what a trio yeah okay when you recited that line did you have any idea years and years ago that it was going to have you know how it was going to resonate into the future gosh that yeah well I don't think so we maybe the fact you're good though because he let me say it several times in the movie so he I think he probably just loved it and not what the way it was originally written was you kill me small so it doesn't quite have the same ring so I take a little credit for admin that you're killing me Smalls to it I guess there you go out yet so you at live dot into your killing me Smalls I I must have because we found an old script the other day and I we have a group chat with all the guys and the line in the script is you're killing me Smalls so I either ideas of direct your dad I mean the doctor made so many changes during the filming that movie it was crazy I mean it was all all just kind of like spur of the moment whatever came to mind for I'm did you realize it was going to be the hit that it became when you guys were filming it now there's not we we didn't know we didn't we didn't know that with that kind of turned into this this generational classic for families I you know I I thank you one you're filming a movie you know if it sucks and we knew that it it didn't stock you know but we didn't know that it was gonna be quite I guess what it's what it's meant to people it's crazy yeah so I think people look at that there are there are there are people who believe it's one of the great sports movies of all time yeah it's I mean it's very it's very honest I'm willing to be part of it I mean like I said we're here three generations come up here and say this is like a family this movie it's a grandfather his son and their son or daughter or you know it's it's just it's wild to think you're meeting kids that were born twenty years after her was made you know Hey how are you I love it yeah how are you handling this whole quarantine thing you know I mean it it's it's awful said just seen worldwide what I eat in L. I. I'm lucky enough to be listing help stay home with my family and make its first so if you know I guess it's the least that I can do to help but I I just hope we get through this thing fast enough get back to life because I miss I miss everyone yeah yeah Patrick Renna joining us for another minute we Hank is area called earlier he did as his whole character so can you do us a favor what is going to hate me for doing this can you do like you're killing me while so we can replay that on the show whenever he goes off the rails really and that's so frequent traders told you I have a couple buddies from Chicago so I've heard a few stories about about your self very cool so yeah we're rolling whenever you can you can do one three two one it's still in the water all that's great that's so good yeah we've played on repeat I can't believe you had that thank you very on before me I'm jealous I wasn't there I'm such a fan are you really well then we have yeah I was going to say we don't we have you all set to go yeah no I was going to say we had Mike single Terry on between you both she yes these are tough acts to follow yeah it's usually we have to the last time we did this was years ago there's an old radio bad but like we all we got is time we had ground time like in his rookie or second layer the last time we did this so it's always funny like I love I love your work and what you've done in that movie is a is a special movie to me so thanks for calling him Patrick yeah thanks for having me does you gotta there's thank you good day yeah one of our great listeners boys tweeting us about that we hinted that during cross talk because it's one of the lines that your co he's used he just blurted out will like if I say something doesn't like or Carmen he'll just say you're killing me Smalls Kelemete smiles that's good we had three participants so far today yes and Bob Tewksbury I was worried about hit the brakes were said well he said that so he's not in here another another commercial or two I was like you somebody want to go to the church on camera was not that's all I'm just I said to the guys it breaks still be I said listen we haven't had one of these shows in quite some time we really happens I mean one of those moments all right it was for two because after watching just season one of the yeah Brockmire I thought it was like this notorious drinker and I'm like Hey Brock Beier what would you recommend and then Tuesday was joking with valor like I figured out like a lot of the cubs hitting problems like Schwartz is in this big slump he's coming out of the twenty sixteen World Series Joe put him up there at the leadoff position right and then swerves he's lost his confidence in like two weeks your mental skills guide I you know I know I can do it but I'm really I'm just not feeling right now any advice because well you know towards I'm not a psychologist so you have to go talk to somebody else or or he says listen I'm not here.

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"patrick renna" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:13 min | 2 years ago

"patrick renna" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Beyond to does he baking company giveaways men's wear Salem waterfront hotel and suites break away and Rozario restaurant Hey guys welcome back to of food for thought Billy Costa here Sunday night I've got Mike rocket here co hosting the show and we're joined right now by Patrick Renna. the operations manager for all things wahlburgers is yeah official title as president but I think operations manager probably five. student of wahlburgers very quickly how many are there now we thirty two locations about to open number thirty three in Brookfield Wisconsin next Tuesday wow and you're in Canada to where Kennedy at Pearson airport in downtown all right we're gonna be talking all about wahlburgers and where else they might be expanding over the next weeks and months and years but right now we want to talk about what is amazing in your life and Mike I'm gonna start with the you and this is an easy one I happen to know that absolutely out my wife thirty years in about a week thirty years a marriage sort of for her to be married to me and stay with me for thirty years is pretty amazing actually people would probably swear when this amazing. she has to be a little bit crazy to stay with me thank you Kelly can a thousand magic and how true that is. Trish is an absolute saints she has anyway congradulations he likes you know so she's go figure so she's a Saint and she's got to be crazy to like me so Patrick how bout you something someone amazing yeah so I'm running the New York marathon in November third it's my why should a run wow and so it's a lottery so I got a number but I we do some work with Martin Richard Richard foundation shore and they just announced last year will be their last year of doing marathon teams are people raising money for specific marathons so I thought what better way than to raise some money so my host of that Dorchester wahlburgers next month and raise our son and happy to spread the the the word of kindness and you know don't hurt people keep peace Martin's our legacy don't using the kid was a mess on the main meeting Samland mazing foundation just an amazing that we have that I mean it was it was it just it's thanks chills when you see that the sign that we have yeah can yeah yeah it does I mean it's crazy it's it's bizarre what is that amazing family dollar actually I'm so how strong today well good for you I don't wanna make a big deal about a Patrick I have run eleven or twelve marathon right but I need some tips. it was just time I like yeah you know what what do you try to bust me my. yeah you know the ones. time was twenty two in the last three twenty two was twenty to thirty percent down hill at a half marathon ten K.. training for the marathon I still Patrick's gonna hang out Mike's going to hang out he's co hosting this week and on the other side we're gonna learn all things wahlburgers where are they now where are they going next what's in the future for wahlburgers with us actually get the president Patrick here so we'll take a break and we'll be right back it's food for thought brought to you by the box and. the stories trending right now on WBZ Austin's newsradio. a federal jury.

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"patrick renna" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

10:17 min | 3 years ago

"patrick renna" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"This is the voice of chutney, and my lovely host. Billy is not here this week. So I'm holding down the fort with a great friend of mine. Patrick Renna interim CEO and CFO of wall burgers, Patrick. Thanks so much for for being here with us. So before the break, I referenced the brothers. So I think a misconception. I is that you know, wall burgers is the name, right and the brothers. Who knows I can only imagine the speculations that people have to the brothers get paid to have the names. And then the brothers does show up when there's an opening, and in fact that is a misconception because the Walberg s- are very involved. Correct. They are very involved. Yeah. Obviously Paul is the creator of the food and the menu and the concept so he's involved day to day, but Mark, and Danny are more involved than you would think with their busy lives in their day jobs. So, you know, very accessible owners very open to feedback and really really good for the management team to be able to make sure that they're connected to everything that we're doing, and you know, Mark is obviously films movies all the time. But he's he'll he's one that on the business side. He's very involved on and provides connections and creates opportunities that probably wouldn't be able to get if it wasn't wall burgers. And then Donny is is a big brand guy. I mean, he runs a, you know, a band of his own. So he knows what it's like to build a brand. So he's very thoughtful and meticulous about the the brand wall burgers, and obviously the name the family name is attached. So they know their have their own personal reputations. And now the reputation of the business, so they're very cognizant of making sure that they're staying close to that. So it's it's really great. It's really cool in some ways. And and having Paul around day to day is it's been great for me. He's as much of a character as is. Yeah. He is a single hardest working man I've ever met in my life. So far. So what you see on the show that is his world running around never stopping. We'll do whatever it takes to make sure that the businesses getting the attention. Because of course, there's also the show the show. Yeah. And so that that takes place over the course of the year, but in a short amount of time, you guys them out really quickly. Yeah. So it's it's on any. So they film. I don't know how long we're not that involved. Not but don't film for three or four months, five months. And then they'll run the next season which will be next spring summer will be ten when our episodes that'll be the ten season. Okay. And all my mother is is very of the matriarch around. Yeah. She keeps the boys in line still pops into arm every once in a while. And you know, brings friends says hi to the crew, and she's she's a fabulous individual. Okay. So you mentioned so in addition to the wall, burgers, there's also on the Nova which shipyard aid delicious. Yeah. It's really good fine dining. I'm an accessible for everybody. Just a delicious I- dining experience for those. Who haven't been in domino bay? What's that menu? So it's Mediterranean Italian. Like you said higher end, but not Boston prices in an unbelievable setting on the marina. So this time of year a little cold and windy, but once that spring turns it you couldn't find a better spot in the south shore. Wall burgers also in that area. The original is right across the street. Yeah. That was the original. All right. And so I want to touch back on Dorchester because that was probably about a month ago or not even at this point here we opened December twentieth. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Right before the crunch time to get that done. But, but that, you know, speaking about how much that meant to both the brothers and and to Paul into alma. Yeah. We found that location about three years ago when I started and they knew they wanted to be home, and they knew they wanted to find a spot Dorchester. So when this development came up, which is fabulous development on the back side. You can't really see it from ninety three. But if you drive in it just opens up restaurants, retail residential was important for them to be home. So finding that mental lot because it brought the name and what they've worked so hard to build back home. And I think what they're most proud of I won't speak for them. But I've heard him say it is seeing the kids that were hiring from Dorchester working in the restaurant, basically from the same streets that they grew up on. So it's just really cool to see that. And I think you'll see a lot of them there. And yeah, we're excited. It's only been it hasn't been even four weeks. Well, it's true that there is still such a commitment to what is home for them. I mean, even you know in Mark shooting, all, you know, the majority of his movies here, are you know, there is such a commitment. When there doesn't have to be probably the easiest thing to shoot in you know, movies in winter new in New England. Or or to necessarily be coming back to the east coast time. But there is such a commitment. And I imagine that comes from that amazing matriarch that they have there. So switch over to you for a second. Patrick. You've had a really interesting history in the industry and kind of grew up in the hospitality industry. Can you share with us sort of your overall resume over? Yeah. I grew up. My my parents, I grew up in Nashua. So my parents owned restaurants when I was a kid. So I was washing dishes when I was eight prep in when I was twelve and they get out of the business when I was in high school, but I decided to go to school for accounting and not into the restaurant industry that was my plan anyway, and then about a year after school. I started working for Chile's franchisee here in New England. Great organization, we ended up reading it up cheese at the time was a public company with Joey Brunelli, and we bought them, and I spent about four or five years with them and I've worked for different concepts all in New England. So I've been lucky enough to be able to stay here because that's not always the case. But I've worked for fire and ice and fresh city and Sebastian's which was owned by fidelity. So. I was in this big massive company running or as a CFO of a small food service company small for them fifty million dollars and I worked for Bolocco the fast casual reader chain for five and a half six years. And fortunately was living in hingham when the opportunity with Wahlberg came up and met the CEO Rick fans are at the time and started working for them in the summer fifteen and like I said it's been over three and a half you've seen them that three and a half. So we've opened in twenty six units in over three years. I mean, of course, there are so many changes that have taken place in your lifetime mentality industry. But I what would you say, you know, most recently, we're seeing in terms of the the biggest change or or the biggest change in the industry over one of the biggest changes which has been coming. And you saw it coming was technology off premise eating so dining away from the restaurant. So what you see now is this big shift in off premise delivery, third parties, these big companies. Cougars in Amazon door dash grub. Some really people, you know, eating away from the restaurant. So you you have to look at that changing your business model catering has become a huge component in the restaurant business. It's easy to execute. It's incremental revenue it is a different business to tackle. So that has been a big shift. You know, we're in this sort of split between fast, casual which is counter service, sit on your own and full service, and there's been a shift towards fast casual over the last five to ten years, but we're playing in a casual dining, which we like because for us. It's about the experience and coming into the restaurant and seeing the family know word on the wall or pictures of the family food pictures of Paul's created, so yeah, it's an ever changing industry, and you've got to keep up on it. And I'd say on the food side, you know, obviously, healthy healthy eating. So we're serving the impossible burgers, which is a plant-based burger, although we're mostly an indulgence. So we. Got to be cognizant of putting some healthy options. So we have salads and we have a veggie burger, and we have a portabella mushroom burger. So let's talk about the the the number of people that are under the wall burgers umbrella. I mean, how many people are we talking for the organization? Yes, we have about twenty five people working in the office in hingham, but across the country, you know, thousands of employees between all of the franchisees, you know, the franchisees all higher anywhere between fifty and one hundred employees, and we got like I said about twenty-five working out of hang them. Most of those people are on the road visiting franchisees, and then we have the brothers. And and and you and I sit on the board of the masters. It's resumes association, and you're part of the executive team. And then what will you know? You're you're constantly, you know, working with the state house and working, you know, figuring out where things are looking nationally versus where things are looking looking locally. Where does Massachusetts stand? You know across the nation when it comes to where we are for the hospitality industry. So we employ about ten percent of the workers in Massachusetts the hospitality industry. You know, the big push, obviously and the big discussion nationally as minimum wage. So there's been a big push in big cities are are passing passing laws to raise the minimum wage, Massachusetts, just did it. So fifteen dollars an hour by twenty twenty two twenty three. So, you know from the restaurant industry, it's a challenge to tackle. Because you're dealing with. You know, do you raise your prices now you've got to pay a little bit more? So we're service industry so tip wages come into play. Those are going up. So there's a lot of a lot of movement in the minimum wage labor. There's a big labor shortage right now. So you're stuck between this labor shortage and rising wages. What you don't want to do is have to pass that onto the consumer? But you have to take that into account. So it's a it's a challenge a real challenge. It's a real challenge to have you on the helm of the MRI just because it is a challenge in has to be sort of a day to day grind that affects like you said ten percent of our workforce the big number. Okay. Patrick, I'm gonna keep you around because I'm going to find out what your everyday amazing was this week. This is food for thought brought to you by the box, enter CNN second. Hey, guys, Jenny Johnson here. So I finally did it I went and got lay stick with the all pro team at Boston laser, and all I can say is I can't believe I didn't do it sooner. From start to finish the process was so smooth the procedure itself was twelve minutes..

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Creepy New Trailer For 'Slender Man' Movie Has Been Released

"We randomly talk about multiple weeks in a row, like always makes, yeah. Like what Willie walk had the long stretch that's currently the. That's the Cal Ripken of of running news stories, which we talked about Willie Wonka for a very long time. So that is Star Wars, and Charlie's angels. We were done with Star Wars for now, put a lid on it also by the way we're, we've been view in this episode what a great host. I am here not even setting that up. We have an interview with the Patrick Renna AK ham porter from the San LA, Kendrick, Jack, and I talked him for about fifteen twenty minutes. We don't have that in the middle of this podcast. So she'll be a fun one. Ken Jak admitted to him that he doesn't like the big green or like the big ring wasn't on his top ten list, and it was pretty funny exchange. And then let's move on next bit of news. Slender man, new slender man trailer. We kind of were anti slender man trailer when it first came out. This is a new one opinions changed. You wanna see more. You wanna see a less. I wanna see it even less. I think they're making this fucking movie after this horrific actual real life of that happened, not even half a decade ago. This is like. Exploiting it like another sound soft. You know, whatever. But I think it's stupid. I think just straight up stupid. It's dumb as hell. My opinion has not changed. You need a reference in this specific time code or talked about it before because I don't think we could summarize it any better. Fuck, fuck this movie. And I don't say that a lot. I do not say that a lot in this podcast, you know, I'm very careful with with saying bad about the brands in about the movies, but I just I do not like this movie. I do not like what they're doing with it. It's it's really fucked up. The stabbing was only like four years ago, like you're saying, it's it's necessary. It's not. It's not a famous event where you can whitewashed for the event of what for the profit of movie theater. It's silly like even Billy idea even like patriots day or they call it. The Boston marathon bombing movie, which was in sanely way too early to make a movie like that. There's actually been two of them because there is the stronger one, but that was don't hall on. Yeah, that was that was nice, but even even the patriots won like there was a. There's a positive story behind it. Right? Like the talked about the heroes of it in the moment of crisis. This is not that at all. This is just a fucking horror movie. Yeah, it's just it's, it's truly messed up. I big here. It's really, really easy to be cynical about movies and how movies get made and what movies they put forward. And I agree with a lot of that, and I think we do a good job on this podcast talking about the joys of the movies, but this is one of these where I am just so cynical against this movie, the concept behind it, why it's being made the character. I just I don't like it and it's not all due to what it's based off some of its that, but it also just looks like a crappy movie. And also what's up. I didn't see this new trailer. I didn't watch it because I'm kind of doing a self-imposed imposed a boycott. I'll get to it. Overlord there needs to be no, when the plane explodes, and then there's that affect. In just goes silent. I feel like that's used in so many trailers and an horror movie trailers. And I feel like we need to, we need to name that effect. Okay. Is in the moment to, I believe so plane crashing. Yeah. Okay. So it looked up you to know we're talking about and tweet us. We're going to name that because you know like the Wilhelm scream, you know the one that's always a movies, we'll we'll name it. All right. Lead us. Just try to find it here real quick and we're not going to do the editing, but I just want to play it. So people know this is the first raw podcast. Yeah, time minus splicing in the the interview. We have some point Argos here with us right here that. Put a closer..

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