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Castellanos HR after overturned call, Phils beat Braves 3-1

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | Last week

Castellanos HR after overturned call, Phils beat Braves 3-1

"Nick Castellanos two run Homer in the 8th was a difference as a Phillies earned a split in their two game series with the braves by a three one score You know I lost yesterday to be able to get this win and to come back 5 and one on the road trip Every game is important especially within our division Cassano's Homer was set up when an inning ending double play was reversed on appeal Phillies catcher JT real Muto hustle down the line to beat the throw at first to set up Castellanos winning Homer Philly starter Zach Wheeler give up only one run in 7 innings to get his tenth win Jim Hart Atlanta

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Strider, Rosario power Braves to 13-1 rout of Phillies

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | Last week

Strider, Rosario power Braves to 13-1 rout of Phillies

"Spencer strider struck out a career high 13 is a brave buster on the Phillies to win their fourth straight 13 one Strider beef Phillies for the third time this season going 6 and two thirds giving up one run on three hits It's good to see the spider play well but also hung one with two shirts and to haul and now he hit the double so not all of them are great but yeah it's good good night overall Philly's manager rob Thompson's strategy for a bullpen game was foiled by Eddie Rosario as 5 RBIs and homers by Orlando RCI and Marcelo zuna The braves halted the Phillies four game winning streak as they moved within two and a half of the mets Jim Hart Atlanta

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Schwarber, Wheeler power Phillies to 8-7 win over Pirates

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | Last week

Schwarber, Wheeler power Phillies to 8-7 win over Pirates

"Kyle schwarber and Zach Wheeler starred in the Phillies 8 7 win over the pirates Schwarber belted his national league leading 32nd Homer a three run shot that put the fills ahead 7 zero in the 6th inning Wheeler blank the box until Cal Mitchell's two run Homer in the 7th Wheeler allowed just two other hits over 7 frames Nick Castellanos had three of the Phillies 15 hits As Philly won for the third time in four games Pittsburgh scored 5 times in the knife before sir Anthony Dominguez got the final out for his 6th save Zack Thompson was tagged for 7 runs at 11 hits over 5 and two thirds I'm Dave ferry

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The Latest in sports

AP News Radio

01:59 min | 2 weeks ago

The Latest in sports

"AP sports I'm David Schuster lots of baseball Tuesday and we begin in New York with the subway series between the Yankees and the mets Tom Marion fills us in The mets won the first game of a rare subway series with both New York teams in first place 6 to three over the Yankees The angst jumped out to an early two zero lead as Aaron judge and Anthony Rizzo hit homers on consecutive pitches off Taiwan walker in the top of the first It was judges 38th Homer this season but the Met struck back for four runs in the bottom of the ending on Homer's by starling Marte and Eduardo Escobar Pete Alonso had a key double in the rally This is just such a great team win and we had so many different guys contributing So this is a really good really good really good wind for us really good team win Alonso had three hits and a walk in the game as the mets maintained their two game lead in the NL east Meanwhile in Philadelphia Atlanta doubled up the Philly 6 to three with Spencer strider getting the victory for the braves Every lineup in the big leagues is challenging And the game is in my hands is the picture And so I don't really think too much about the strengths or weaknesses of the lineup that I'm facing It's more just sticking to my plan and trying to execute what I'm good at In Chicago the cubs won their 6th straight game but they're likely going to be big sellers at next week's trading deadline and that very well could include all star catcher Wilson Contreras Knowing everything that's happening around and I knew he would get to me at some point and which this day never came but it's about business I understand that I respect that And I love my team I love this My team is most other highlights Tuesday Shohei Ohtani hitting his 21st home run in an angels win at Kansas City and Milwaukee outlasted Minnesota in extra innings Pro football news wide receiver Julio Jones will soon sign a one year deal with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Cincinnati quarterback Joe burrow will soon undergo an appendectomy I'm David Shuster AP sports

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Cubs score 5 in 10th to beat Phillies 6-2

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 2 weeks ago

Cubs score 5 in 10th to beat Phillies 6-2

"The cubs erupted for 5 runs in the tenth inning to beat the Phillies 6 to two Third baseman Alec bohm made two miscues during the rally including an error that brought home two runs Wilson Contreras capped the scoring with an RBI double Nico Horner homered and scored the tie breaking run The home run was one of just three hits allowed by Philly starter Zack Wheeler in 7 innings Marcus stroman blank the fills until JT real mutos RBI single in the 7th ended his night The cubs have won three in a row since the 9 game losing streak I'm Dave

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AP source: Harden, 76ers agree on 2-year, $68 million deal

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 3 weeks ago

AP source: Harden, 76ers agree on 2-year, $68 million deal

"James Harden is staying with the 76ers A person familiar with the deal says Hardin has accepted a two year $68 million contract that includes 33 million next season He would have made 47.4 million next season under terms of his old contract but Hardin has said he declined the option on his old deal to give the sixers cap flexibility to improve their roster and compete for a championship Hardin is a three time scoring champ and averaged 22 points and 10.3 assists during his time with Brooklyn and Philly last season The 7 time all NBA player was a 2018 NBA MVP I'm Dave

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We Have Fallen Into a Have It Your Way Society

The Officer Tatum Show

02:14 min | 3 weeks ago

We Have Fallen Into a Have It Your Way Society

"Am I going crazy, y'all? Oh, I'm just keeping it too real. This whole fat shaming thing. If anybody that's under the sound of my voice can snap your finger and be fit, what you do it or what you're not doing. When I say fit being the shape that in your mind, you want to be. Yes, you would. I do it myself. I love to snap my finger and I had to go to that gym. But it's okay to say, I don't think people should be mean to other people about their bodies. It's on them. But don't try to force lies on us to make you feel better. I will never in my life because I'm overweight. I weigh like two 60 something. And I'm normally like two 20. Now when people look at me, I don't look fat or nothing, but you know, I'm over the weight that I would like to be. Now, I'm not going to sit here and say, there's a new wave. There's a new fad. Ladies and gentlemen, you don't have to be fit, you can be overweight like me. You could be way above the way that you want to be. It's okay. You don't have to go to the gym. You don't have to be disciplined. Why would you be disciplined? God made you this way. I should get off the radio if I'm winning a lie about that. It's okay to say, hey, I'm at this point right now, and I want to improve and get better. It's totally fine. When I first started this show, me, me, reading these ads, sucked. I think I could have been worse, but I improved. It's not like you can sit there and say, well, you know, I'm not good at something so what? I'm not good at it. Then that's the way God made me. No God gave you the ability to be the best version of yourself. That's what you should strive to do. If there's some places where you're not good at, get better at it. There are some fears that you have overcome your fears. I get sick of a society where you see women who are overweight, and it's mostly women they don't even care. Men will get slaughtered. But women who are overweight, all they have a struggle with is that they struggle with consistency. And some of these women may feel like they're too far gone. And it's hard to imagine losing the weight that they really want to lose. So instead of challenging people and teaching them to become a better version of themselves, you say, quit doing what you're doing, accept it the way except you the way you are.

Media Tries to Defend Uvalde Killer's Mental Health

The Officer Tatum Show

01:19 min | 3 weeks ago

Media Tries to Defend Uvalde Killer's Mental Health

"I didn't have to watch the video to see that. But these people are taking up for this for this dude. And saying he has mental, he's a mental crisis. I watched the body one camera footage. He is trying to kill people. He literally is shooting cops through the door. Attempted to thank God they maneuvered out of the way. He's trying to kill people. Indiscriminately shooting into people's apartment complex. And I almost I almost feel like that he may have intentionally shot at that other lady 'cause she said he intentionally shot into her house. That he saw in the hallway, he was mad at somebody start shooting in her house. You know, it's crazy. The little kids in the video, the little kids 'cause the door has this big lock on it. It's no way they can open the door if it's locked. There's no way. They would have to get breaching tools and everything else. Even the lock, even the throw is covered by metal, a metal cover. You guys probably have seen doors like this on the external major buildings. The throw is completely covered by a metal bracket and there's no way you can get to that steel door. So thank God a little kid who's brave ran up and pushed the door open and I thought they were going to shoot the kid. These cops were exceptional,

DL Hughley Defames Uvalde Police

The Officer Tatum Show

01:16 min | 3 weeks ago

DL Hughley Defames Uvalde Police

"So I'm gonna continue to saga and whooping DL hughley's argument because I think he's a hack. And it's a shame that black men can not be more intelligent with platforms like me versus him. Finish the clip. And there was as many as a hundred around in the air. But those 19 men who fled immediately milled around in the hallway didn't even test the door to see if they could get in, let those children die. Why would you fight to keep a job when you failed so miserable? You should slink away and horror. And initially, you tried to take the hero rap. You tried to say that you acted bravely and everybody took up the mansion because you're giving that kind of difference. We always believe you until we see something different. I saw people on the phone. I saw one dude with a Kevlar vest on an AR-15 in sandals. All right. But the most, let's put that logic together. You saw a man with an air 15 of vest on and sandals. DL hughley, why would a man be with an air 15 invest on his sandals? Because he's probably running from his house to defend those kids. That's the definition of a sense of urgency.

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DL Hughley: Uvalde Police Waited to Confront Gunman

The Officer Tatum Show

02:13 min | 3 weeks ago

DL Hughley: Uvalde Police Waited to Confront Gunman

"Yet. Somebody that I have been waiting to do a diss track on. It's almost like a rapper. I want to diss this person. Is DL hughley. I've been, I told the lord, I said, lord, please give me a radio show. That's big enough and syndicated. So I can tell the truth about DO hughley. I used to love DIA hughley. He was a part of the kings of comedy, I used to love him growing up. He's an incredible comedian, but this man is so woke. And he hates white people so much. That is sickening to me. And he's always talking about people like me and others like me who are black who are conservative and he's even named me because my uncle used to listen to deal he will then deal healey start talking trash about me on the radio and so my uncle told me and he said he don't mess with DL he did no more. Because DIA hughley is fake to me. And he's an example in his exemplification of the weak black men in America. That literally can not think for themselves. And everything that come out of their mouth is from the perspective of a complete victim. Now, I have talked about you to the point where I'm done even I don't even want to say the word y'all anymore. However, DL hughley decided to make comments about Yuval D and I wanted to give him an honest take on it. But he can't help but make it about race. So without further ado, let's play the deal, he could clip where he's talking about you valdi. It definitely retreated. When I saw that video from the first though, who the hell is the mayor to get more mad at the video coming out than the police officers who perpetrated being police officers on that day? Because all right, put a pause on it. So before he says this, he talks about governor Abbott. He mentions that governor Abbott came out and said the police did everything they could do and in the next day governor ever said he was disappointed that he was then told he wasn't told accurate information.

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The Epidimic of Black Victimhood

The Officer Tatum Show

01:08 min | 3 weeks ago

The Epidimic of Black Victimhood

"It is a epidemic in America where young black people are taught to become victims. That they're less than, not by white people, not by the system, by their own parents. And you see it reflected in every aspect of society, and it really gives black people a bad reputation. Because I want you to think about this for a minute. If I was a Fortune 500 company, and I'm a big deal, and I have a chance to hire a black person. And I look at their social media and this Black Lives Matter, I'm in it to fight for social justice and awareness and inclusion. Would I hire that person or would I hire a white person that's atypical and politics? Which one would you hire? Now, nobody's gonna know what my reasoning is, 'cause I don't have to disclose that. But I would hire a person that's not gonna cause problems in the business structure.

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Sesame Place Gives Family VIP Treatment

The Officer Tatum Show

02:25 min | 3 weeks ago

Sesame Place Gives Family VIP Treatment

"I want to talk about the story of the Sesame Street. I got a bunch of stuff talk about, but I want to start with the Sesame Street thing. We were talking about yesterday. So the parents of the young children pictured videoed in the Sesame Street, I don't know if it's Cal Sesame Street, is a Sesame Street parade that everybody's been talking about where it appears sesame place, where it appears that the characters walking and avoid these two black girls. In 2024, I mean, 2022 is no way in the world that you can believe that that would happen without any type of punishment. It is fair to believe that obviously something else happened. I made a video about it on my YouTube channel pointing at the fact that it appears that the sesame place organization or whatever that event they apologize to the family, it appears that it was a protocol thing where the actor that's in the costume costume did not either see the kids or they were outside of protocol where he can't pick him up. He can't do certain things with him any wave them off. For the people that are watching you can see a picture in the video that he said no no no to another kid off camera or an adult off camera and then he was walking by and saying no, no, the kids in front of him were too black kids and then the camera cut. If you see a video, this 8 seconds, you know it's bullcrap. Now let's go on beyond that. You would think that if this was a racist encounter, or if this was a misstep by the person playing the role of the Sesame Street character, that a parent would say, okay, y'all need to make it right because you hurt my children's feelings. But the theme park made it right the event coordinator made it right because they allowed the woman in her children to have what they would consider to be a VIP experience. Now, I don't know if sesame plays is at Disneyland or somewhere like that 'cause I'd never even heard of the thing. But I know that when I took my son to Disneyland, it was like a $1000. It was over a $1000 for us to have the VIP experience. So if some character wrong your daughters, wouldn't you want to give them the VIP experience, which was way cooler than standing on the side of the road like everybody else in high 5 in the

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Walgreens Clerk Refuses to Sell Condoms to Couple, Due to His Faith

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:56 min | 3 weeks ago

Walgreens Clerk Refuses to Sell Condoms to Couple, Due to His Faith

"So a couple went to Walgreens and they're doing their shopping and they wanted to go buy some birth control products. They wanted to purchase condoms. And so they bring all their stuff up to the front counter and the cashier is ringing up all their purchases and when it came time to ring up the condoms, the cashier said, oh, I can't, I can't sell these to you because it would violate my faith, would you like me to call a manager? And so the couple was horrified. They said they were appalled. And they said, yes, we want to speak to your manager. So the manager is called and the manager finishes out the transaction, and then the couple, they get on social media and they raise holy you know what. And everybody on social media wants the cashier fired. So some sort of a young kid. And I don't know what the kids religion is. But he said it was a violation of his religious beliefs to sell birth control products. Now, the question is, should this guy be fired? Walgreens has a policy, and the policy is very straightforward. As an employee of Walgreens, you do not have to do something that you would morally object to. So this young man did the right thing by calling the manager because that's the company policy. If you can't sell them the condoms, call somebody on the intercom system. I don't want please Larry. It's Larry today. I don't know what Larry's done, but Larry the white guy from the suburbs of Philly. I guess he lives in Philadelphia too. Larry, we've got a couple here on the island. They want to buy some condoms.

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Dominant Nola, Phillies shut down Marlins for 3-game sweep

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 3 weeks ago

Dominant Nola, Phillies shut down Marlins for 3-game sweep

"The Phillies wrapped up a three game sweep with a four zero shutout of the Marlins Aaron nola came within two outs of a complete game while striking out ten Nola carried a two hitter into the 9th inning but was lifted after allowing one out singles to Joey Wendell and Brian Anderson He's gone at least 7 innings in 8 consecutive starts Jose alvarado got the last two outs for his first save extending the Philly shutout streak to 25 innings All runs came in the fourth inning Alec Bowman Matt verling hit consecutive RBI doubles and yairo munoz followed with a two run Homer I'm Dave

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HR Derby matchups set: Top-seeded Schwarber vs Pujols

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 3 weeks ago

HR Derby matchups set: Top-seeded Schwarber vs Pujols

"The matchups are set for Monday's home run Derby National league home run leader Kyle schwarber has drawn the top seed The Philly slugger will take on cardinals DH Albert Pujols in the quarterfinals and Metz first baseman Pete Alonso will go against braves outfielder Ronald Acuna junior Pujols is in his 5th Derby and Alonso hopes to become the first three peak champ Rangers star Corey Seager faces Mariners rookie phenom Julio Rodriguez and national slugger Juan Soto goes head to head with Cleveland's José Ramírez before the semifinals begin I'm Dave

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Biden fondly recalls less polarized era while hosting picnic

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | Last month

Biden fondly recalls less polarized era while hosting picnic

"For the first time in three years The White House hosts the pandemic delayed congressional picnic Hundreds of House members senators their family staffers and White House aides chowed down on fried chicken Philly cheesesteak sandwiches smoked barbecue brisket and veggie sandwiches As President Biden and First Lady Jill Biden bring back the congressional picnic I wish we were able to do more of this so that you all got to know one another Well The president says the gathering gives members from both parties time to get to know each other as neighbors Get to know each other's families Get to know your spouses your kids get to know one another in ways that are more personal Despite impending thunderstorms Biden had time to mingle with the various lawmakers before heading out on his trip to the Middle East Tim McGuire Washington

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Gibson keeps ball in the park as Bohm, Phils edge Cards 1-0

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00:33 sec | Last month

Gibson keeps ball in the park as Bohm, Phils edge Cards 1-0

"The Philly shut up the Cardinals for the second straight game with a one to zero win at Bush stadium Alec baum's 9th inning sacrifice 5 plates the game's only run that fills now have a record of 24 and ten under interim manager rob Thompson who took over on June 3rd I think people feel like we're settled in all of that now and not that we'll never lose a game like that but I think they'll confidence that they're going to finish We're going to start looking to finish what they start and that's the way we've been playing lately Philadelphia has won three straight the red birds have fallen short at 8 of their last ten Mike Reeves St. Louis

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Hall homers, drives in 2, Phillies take series from Nats

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00:32 sec | Last month

Hall homers, drives in 2, Phillies take series from Nats

"Derek hall and didi Gregorius had the big hit since the Phillies took the rubber match of their three game set with the nationals 5 three Hall Homer doubled and drove into He's gone deep four times in 8 games since being recalled from triple-A Grigori is provided an RBI triple for the Phillies the triple cap to three run third that put the Phillies ahead to stay Philly's bullpen worked 5 innings of one run two hit relief with Nick Nelson tossing two frames to get the win Joanna doan felt of one in 12 and saw his ERA climbed to 7.101 14 starts I'm Dave

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"philly  " Discussed on The Philly Blunt: The Podcast That Celebrates Philly

The Philly Blunt: The Podcast That Celebrates Philly

03:14 min | 1 year ago

"philly " Discussed on The Philly Blunt: The Podcast That Celebrates Philly

"I was always under the impression that I mean when the pandemic first started it was like well, we'll be out of this in a month and then and then after you know three months were like oh shit. We're in this for the Long Haul so I thought there was no way in that month. There is no way there's going to be enough change. I I was writing articles. I was writing pieces that were like see these are all the problems and in my head I was like, well, you know took us this is over in a month. It's all going to go back to normal. But then as soon as it starts sticking around like as soon as we saw that it wasn't going away anytime soon and then people started protesting and like, oh my God, there's dead. Is actually going to be changed this time. Yeah, and now, you know, I I can't. I can't imagine restaurant the restaurant industry going back like reverting back to its old model. I I mean it's obviously going to happen right away. Like as soon as the restaurants can you know, I I mean reopen at its full capacity. They're probably going to start out at a place where it's like we're going to do this the only way we know how for the time being and then we can change but over time there's you know, this is a good change everything is going to change. I don't think that restaurants the way they were I don't think they were built for built for a pandemic. Right? And and so the the way you do think there will be radical change, but the thing it's like they're kind of the thing that was weird to me is like you're hearing all of these, you know, you're seeing a lot of these protests that go against our restaurants like we demand more rights. We demand Healthcare we demand all these things and the timing for those things is impossible right? Like I mean like it's never the right time it's off. Right time to protest for that but no restaurant owner. They're all basically staring over into the abyss right like exactly exactly. I mean it was it was it was it was a Confluence of the the worst things in that could possibly happen to every single, you know facet of the restaurant industry happening all at once. So like, you know, when when people get scared they act in faith and then they lost their jobs and they're like, hey, why do I know? I don't have a job right now and they look behind them and they're restaurant owner, you know, and there's no one else to look at so long and and then on top of that, you know, there's a million think pieces about that the changes that should be happening in the restaurant industry and you you start reading those and start looking at your place of work and you're like, okay something about adding up. So what are some of those changes you've been reading about I mean, so I wrote about this basically the the reason I wrote that big piece is I I worked so just background. I worked in the restaurant industry. I I worked in I worked in it for like over ten years. I worked in Philly restaurants and some of the some of the bigger Philly restaurants off and so I wrote about it. So I have both perspectives, right? And by I saw I from from the inside you you know that this industry wasn't meant to be anything other than what it was..

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"philly  " Discussed on The Philly Blunt: The Podcast That Celebrates Philly

The Philly Blunt: The Podcast That Celebrates Philly

05:42 min | 1 year ago

"philly " Discussed on The Philly Blunt: The Podcast That Celebrates Philly

"There's a story and every Stitch and John, J a n v i l l e, took the Rants ramblings and observations of a born-and-raised Philly bloke follow us on social media Twitter Instagram Facebook all as to Philly blunt and check out videos of our interviews on our Facebook page. We hope you enjoy this at them with photography Antonio Johnson. It's the sound of Philadelphia. Hello, ladies and gentlemen and welcome to the Philly blunt. My name is Johnny Goodtimes. I'm Lisa, it's Greg and we are excited on.

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"philly  " Discussed on The Philly Blunt: The Podcast That Celebrates Philly

The Philly Blunt: The Podcast That Celebrates Philly

04:25 min | 2 years ago

"philly " Discussed on The Philly Blunt: The Podcast That Celebrates Philly

"Kind of executing zeroing out not where you want to get you. You're going to get the. You work a podcast because we could use some execution execution home. Great. Who Edits thing does? Decide Greg Greg does it through the tube ranks? Worst job you've ever had. Definitely. Jewish. Deli I worked at a Jewish Deli on Jewish I can say that. I did everything from like slicing the fish lice lots. And the worst was our like a they wouldn't even let me like a waiter at that point. So I was like a host and you know everyone's trying to give you like five blocks to get a table. Make there's new. Delhi. The Delhi Culture was. Challenging for me to navigate sir. Which Karaoke Song. Never done. Carioca license. You can believe that watch. Yeah. I got a thing about my voice like even like when I play guitar and stuff I don't. I don't like. I don't like being out in front is probably why I'm like a non courtroom lawyer I mean, even see it'd be great. You've been affiliate you're at Cmu onstage introduce vans I'm just I'm kind of a behind the scenes guy and. Thing like even Karaoke I'm not gonNA really put myself out there in front this livestream. I got a guy from the end Julian Booker. He's going to be like a host affiliate use excess and like I've already had. Why not you? What do you mean 'cause I'm not mountlake the host of it. I'm Brian around making people shore on schedule so Long. Winded way of saying I've actually never watched done areas neither that down. I many kids you have. I got two kids, two boys, thirteen or fourteen. One ship which one's your favorite. Like both. you get you get it out of the shower or bath whatever your choices do you do a towel or robe? This question always bugged me out. A little. Out. A little bit at the answer. So clear for me like I don't have a rope so it's Italian. My last one what album you taking with you nonfish to a desert island. Well you're not a fish fan I can tell that right? It's the question. Because you would never take fish album with you anywhere. unlistenable. I'm not a fan. Live experience man. What's an album that I could just of listen to listen to listen to I give you one old and one newer I guess Darva Dominos Layla session saw. Big For me and then something post two thousand. I can just have Yankee Hotel Ostra on from Wilco Let that let that goes Kinda got. Got It. All may on desert island. my last question. Finish the sentence you should support philly music. Festival. because. The future of music scene in, PHILADELPHIA You want to support Philly music scene. You can do that by supporting a musicians for venues, but eventually, he got were kids because those of the bands that are gonNA be coming up. In five or six years. So that's that's the cycle on support the cycle. So they announce your name you're coming off the bat is Citizens Bank Park. What's What's The music they play? Pumped. Up. Take your time because I get into this down to choose. Yeah I'm just trying to think of like what what slow nineties valid gets me really psyched up. Oh. Yeah. This skit understanding Tom I'll give you the answer in. It's got a twenty second story which is the answer would be touch of grey by the grateful dead..

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"philly  " Discussed on The Philly Blunt: The Podcast That Celebrates Philly

The Philly Blunt: The Podcast That Celebrates Philly

04:19 min | 2 years ago

"philly " Discussed on The Philly Blunt: The Podcast That Celebrates Philly

"Right. Let's Let's take it there. Let's take it to the blonde. Here's how it's going to go. We're going to have rapid fire questions and you're going to give us rapid fire answers. So where are you doing takeout these days? Take outs from the Greeks A. Guy. As recently. So there's a little pup called Greeks numb don't take out from their. Hilly music been you has. That, you could bring back a longer here. Which one would it be? Without. Yeah, fruit for miss a spectrum, some of my favorite shows at the spectrum grown up not probably not seriously see a show but style gic for made for special rule it was a great great arena. how many issues have you seen? I I have to ask that you. It's over over two hundred gets. Two, hundred, twelve, I love it. It's great. It's everyone I know who's officious is at. Community we we got we gather and just go to the show to hang with our friends from around the country. At this point in music. This has become secondary, which is kind of weird but it's just it's a community What's Gimmie? Three Artistry Groups I'll stop your head and Philly that we should all be listening to. All right. So I'M GONNA try not to totally plug success but I is our Neta Johnson. She is flying silly She's beyond say's trumpeter in beyond say's touring van. Slated Super Bowl beyond saved. But now she's Berkeley School Music Train Johnston's got a band called Sonny that she plays with she is a Disruptive Force with in the jazz scene I guess after that I would probably say. There's a band called 'em past that is coming up kind of Indie rock that I've really been digging and then maybe just shout outs my end of America folks. Rockin. This end of America shirt at. They're great people and. Go, check them out also. Favorite fictional lawyer. I am not like a lawyer's lawyer guy like I watch law and order and I like s my my fourteen year old son Mike what's going on here but I've never been to court I never stepped into court in my life, right? So I'll let okay I'm a I'm a different type of lawyer, but I mean I don't know I don't even know that many but like addict Favorite, fictional accountant. Or grilled cheese. Grilled Cheese at this point. Now, I'm on a little thing. All right. What was your least favorite subjects in school? least favorite subject in school. Sh was probably something in science never rose all that good science on A. You know biology or something like that. I asked this question of every guest and it's especially true for you because you work with your wife what the secret to making a relationship last we don't really work with each other we do music says she handles a lot of charity stuff. She's an accountant do by the way and. It's really exciting here. Abacus. Everywhere Yeah, exactly we kizer on calculators. What's the secret. Secret secrets tax acute the secret is you know everyone says like. Dislike Fowler. Dreams you gotta you gotta come up with it, but then you gotta figure out the path to. And that's what I help with my clients mostly that have business ideas. My job is to try to figure out how to help them execute. So they get what they want I want to allow them to Kinda dream big and have goals in the my jobs execute. So I've been trying to take some of my own advice and figure out what I want for filling. Music success. Right another. I got that cooking and it's.

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"philly  " Discussed on The Philly Blunt: The Podcast That Celebrates Philly

The Philly Blunt: The Podcast That Celebrates Philly

04:58 min | 2 years ago

"philly " Discussed on The Philly Blunt: The Podcast That Celebrates Philly

"But that's cool I'll play by that. Make me let me just tell you how the rest of the world I know when I first read about your festival and other people indie artists. They were a little nervous. A bunch of trepidation about the big high powered corporate lawyer running this music festival. Yes. Oh how much of that? Did you encounter and like how you get around it or work through it? I still get that. Honestly. A number will be we met a while back in and I think I. Think People were surprised me look I I. Don't know I'm not gonNA stop knocking to try to not be myself. I am what I do to eight. I think I have a decent credibility in what I told people is just in a state of my intent and the core mission is festival and I think that that's going to ring true but I think it did take. It took a couple of years. It took. It took a couple years for people to come to the festival Nazi banners on stage. And they say well, has business model where you see your so-called Businessperson while we takin corporate dollars and we matched that with personal donations, we make sure all the ours are paid. We run a really skinny. Expense side of our business and then we had forty thousand dollars leftover that we donated using organizations in our city that even one hundred dollars is amazing. We donate forty thousand dollars so. But so the point is yeah, there's corporations involved but those corporations are not going to be front and center that if you WanNa be successful in Philly at least in the diy seen that kind of rub going to just says a outsider fan. you need to do things a certain way and I think. The way we're doing them is resonating with people. You know we get some Iras like I remember when we had. The votes if federal doughnuts are like Super Super, big music fans and I know one of the the owners everybody well said, I want to be involved. How do you want to be involved? Said how about we're going to do with this whole donut wall together music festival. All right. Cool. So I remember leading up to. Year one people were giving me the eye rolls over the Donut Wall Segali. Wall Festival Spree as pretty lame and I wouldn't have one of those. Heroes Donut Wall Festival. People get there and they're like wait donuts or free. Talking. Yeah, what are you? Should be at every festival at this. Gives we took it for granted imagine donor while now I mean no one wants. I know. I kinda rose into my question. My next question which was going to be is there any type of? Corporation that you will not allow to be a part of this or is it just like? Hey, if you guys got money will will show you in there. You know that's interesting. Question I mean I haven't crossed that yet..

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"philly  " Discussed on The Philly Blunt: The Podcast That Celebrates Philly

The Philly Blunt: The Podcast That Celebrates Philly

13:03 min | 2 years ago

"philly " Discussed on The Philly Blunt: The Podcast That Celebrates Philly

"Live late night. Philly talk show on facebook. Live via zoom This is the audio version of it. This one features Victor Fiorello repeat guests from Philly Magon. He's just a guy who's got his finger on what's happening affiliate the good and the bad places that are staying open when they shouldn't things people are doing to help each other. Get by all that stuff. So he's quite informative and perfect for this check out facebook. If you haven't spoke live between eight and ten sometimes we'll go on there. We'll give notice also put him up on Youtube and this is the audio version of it. So audio again is not great because there's video conference but it's fun and get involved follow US especially if you're on facebook follow us so you can interact live since questions or maybe hop on and go through a philly blunt of your own and Y So say it's Joe. Hello Ladies and gentlemen welcome to Philly Blunt. John Good Times says.

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"philly  " Discussed on The Philly Blunt: The Podcast That Celebrates Philly

The Philly Blunt: The Podcast That Celebrates Philly

07:47 min | 2 years ago

"philly " Discussed on The Philly Blunt: The Podcast That Celebrates Philly

"We want to take it to do it. We're GONNA wrap it up man. This is the philly blunt Where we just ask you rapid fire questions? uh-huh and the interview or Ben Or Joel Dwell. Been Stinks I oh my God I don't I don't know about which they trade him just like. Ben He's a great. It's just a role player. He will be great like he would be. He's a great role player. But to be like. We're going to revisit tweet you to remember. There's one man or a podcast celebrates Philly New York or Philly affiliates fully for sure speaking of Philadelphia. WHO's on your Mount Rushmore more Philly rappers? You get three to four you can go forward. I like three Beanie Sigel black does the third is going to be young. And that's what's tough. I wanted to say ahead to go will Smith and meek okay. That's let's Ford. That's a mount rushmore. Incorrect answer read the lowest calls. What Song do you like to dance to talk? WISCON- with Dan move. I'm going to edit in a snippet of the song. That's the way the way he asked super a recently has been there. Okay take time but damn honestly anything if I'm drunk uh-huh what's on your bucket list Top was on my bucket list And Queen Latifah like thick the Little Cherry. Oh started off as a joke then I just kept up with it but eh it was like one day I had tweeted about. Liz Alight. Probably like five times. I've seen it and she was like all right. That's enough now. You get past. Liz Old Minimum for today. Yeah Man Yeah name a movie. You think you could have started and Bene- success A movie I could have started He's a good questions Move back to the start then I do WanNa play a serious role. Does one thing I do WanNa do like forrest gump. The Jenny was a horrible person. And thank you thank Rocha. I've had in my life. Awesome right and left them. A single in the non of his life used them am. I don't know I would not my first movie but I definitely do place down a lot. The I'm not sure I'm going to think about that now. A favorite comedian of all time. Stand up now not talking movie talking talking about a person that got on stage with a microphone and you think is the best at what they did. Chicago Chicago is is the best over over. Eddie Chris you get You can book any banned for your birthday this year per performance for your birthday. What what's WHO's it going to be? I WanNa say probably rake nice either either like right now I got I know I know I know what Drake Party. We'll be good this doodle wrap party girl. That thanks tweeting about. Eliza was bad. We're told the drake birthday party. Honestly what I've been listening to a lot lately listened to a ladder Jay rock like honestly you like Jay rock. He's been around for the thing. I feel like He was more soda experiment before Kendrick the one that they throughout their first in writing where we're headed the formula. Yeah you're GONNA take your girl out to make up for the lose Oh tweets or or or anniversary and you have to see one of these two comics where you take reckoner sinbad or Dane Cook. I would definitely say bad. Do a holiday tradition of my house and we watch jingle all the way every Christmas Zeev Qasim bad steals that move village. He's the mailman whose Davila no arnold turbofan wash so long. You know what's bizarre to me about Simba because I I. I always thought Corny. He was friends with Phil Hartmann. They were really only for Hartman's like one of the great comic lifetimes and like him and Sindbad were apparently thick this season like they were like they wrote some movies together in harmony. You got murdered by his wife The Holy Grail sneaker only gross night that the warm like it doesn't matter what if you were able to get it you would My favorite sneakers the first Iverson's old old prediction for two thousand twenty prediction for twenty twenty. I'm going to say you might not be there bowl but I'm I must say sixers services go winner championship. I think they let's go. Let's go curtis because they're the only ones in east Texas stop genus they. They're the only ones like because the embiid so like it's been it's been together and then steps up on Christmas Day right. Yeah as much as as much as I don't like him to your trade wind with yeah all right. Gregg brings home last one. Sell absolutely beautiful about Philadelphia. Something beautiful about Philadelphia. People always say this grimy dirty place where we know that's not true no really people. People are actually great. People like try to tell them when they won the Super Bowl. That was like a special Time we're like everybody would. Just people WANNA cemeteries cemeteries by the hundreds anymore. We're putting jerseys over the gravestone. I saw grown and men in my neighborhood and I live in around two street. So that's all tough Irish. Get dressed up like starkly client so shoulder man I it was a beautiful beautiful fucking time. Man Yeah I think we came on your show all info all that jazz twitter instagram OUGHTA and more. That's all right like the TV show. Amd Moore M. O. R. E. MY website is Anthony. MORA COMEDY DOT COM facebook. Look Anthony more Any other Right black thank you so much man we As as Philadelphians fans of comedy we are excited to watch your eyes. Keep going man. You seem like a really good dude so thank you thank you. Thank you for having us to new wave. Cafe thirty gather.

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"philly  " Discussed on The Philly Blunt: The Podcast That Celebrates Philly

The Philly Blunt: The Podcast That Celebrates Philly

09:18 min | 2 years ago

"philly " Discussed on The Philly Blunt: The Podcast That Celebrates Philly

"Like a vet presence about him and I got so many. There's a humble looking out for me like I remember early on. He was telling this when I was still living affiliate. He was telling me about writing scripts at that point where. He's just different sketches. I was telling me to F- he used Celtics. That was like four minutes. He was like Yo. You should Download US like like. You should download this APP. So I'm like so I look it up. I'm next time I'll look it up and like fifteen dollars some. I go expensive in Iran. This by like he just he was here and gave me a twenty. Wow I really wanted to spend on something else like micr like he believe me like he invested in the measles. I had I do. Yeah he was he was Kinda got. Anybody listening. Doesn't know Chris. Cotton is philly comic who passed recently I didn't know a person but as you can see had impact a lot of people so check out his stomach as his funeral. It was just like over the great center. It was funny because I'm like all the comics spoke to all these great stories and then on the owner of the Raven Lounge he went up and spoke. It was like it. Seemed like you were just rambling. He wasn't talking into the Mike really good so like all. The comics boost gave him the light. So good so who somebody in Philly that you think is underrated. WHO's a comedian in Philly You're a big fan of that. Maybe not a lot of people have heard right now. Like coming up right now The Markets Lavar like I've been a markets. He took him to a few shows. America's We'll go coming up who you Big Fan of nationally nationally Of course the usual guys like Shapiro. Shapiro David David. Craig Yeah. His crowd workers crazy carrot top. Ah Let me see Kevin. No I like the way I I just wish he'd be more free as far as like Like we get all the family stuff right. He has so many store arrange and like he's just naturally funny person right right now. Did you guys like up anyway. So I met him well coming up. Do the houses like this. This is this is more like it was like kind of like a it was like a mom and pop comedy club whereas you really start from open mic level and work your way up. Tahir Liner Soda Person That got me started on to Ray was actually curves mentor to raise the one that introduced cub the Keith Robinson So I just want being around to and then Guy Spain court in spank is is he. It features like you on on the road. So spank was here. Lining their helium. This is two thousand fourteen. So every every time it was a like a hill honor icon a new. I would hang go at their shows to try to gus bites. I just to get that five a minute so I hung out the whole weekend. He was at helium. The do guest spots on every show ended up putting me up and I did good on everyone and We just stayed in touch which one there may be spanked him. Like you sent me one of your tapes. I want to see if I could get you. On a showcase showcase was a week later. I'd get an email like hey anthony. I'm a produce comedy central. Be Putting together show for Kevin Hart and we want you to be on it like literally how to have jumped out at you see holiday I was like I can't believe you won't be like Oh. Let me for my people but it was like even and I still like. They said they wanted me on the show but like things still weren't certain like it was like okay. We're interested so as the things going on like some watching like heaven spanked their instagram. And like they're still on their tour so I hit Oh spank like you. Am Emma definitely on your show. He was like they said. They like your tape I'M GONNA hit them up to see like if things are food for sure so on a Wednesday get a call like the comedy Central People WanNa Conference call like Hey Anthony you're definitely on the show We're GonNa need these things from you. So it was like by their Friday. I had to email them on a copy. Happy in my set that I was going to do and then we were taping that Monday and I couldn't get any stage time that week because I'm telling people I'm doing a show. Kevin hurt but nobody at the club. Believe me off right after I quit bouncing right so I came name the fully desk Sunday. I did the open Mike at Fergus but this was on. Uh April taped on April and Sunday actually happened the B. Wrestlemanias like an like a bunch of the philly com share like huge wrestling with a total right so it was like no comics nokomis Willie only at the open Mike That was a light crow and I just went up and just like I started trying to do my side but nobody was really into it anyway so like I just bombed right so it was. I was bombing with the material. I was supposed to take the next day so I was like man. I'm GonNa just do whatever you're not listening anyway. And so yeah it was like all the only stays on my gut before attempt to show was me bomb and I mean when the actually taping that was amazing. Yeah that was great. Yeah you're gonNA came out better and he's been he's been supportive and yeah yeah. He looked he looked a lot. It's like good. What's on the horizon? What is the goal? What is the goal for for anything more? What is the The dream obviously living. But what is the finish line if you would say so. Both so my goal for this year. I'm about to start turning these colleges and like I'm really going to tighten up my hour. Then I wanNA shoot my our sometime in the next year. Okay and then. I just WanNa from term with these colleges I wanNA build up. I'm building on my FA- my family's with these With the college students. I'm because they're the ones that the main ones the only social media so I want to push you over. The short end on their first impression of what comedy is over the colleges. Then move onto the comedy clubs then move onto theaters and then work my way up to where I'm doing arenas so you're talking about social media. I know I manage and help musical acts so it's so important if I reach out to an agent or a lawyer. The first thing they'll say is how many instagram followers. I have to have any user. Youtube Shit has so. It's the same in the communist effort. Talk about the numbers. That's how it is like the first few meetings I have with. MTV that same situation where it was like Ah To this one. I was still living having a fully. I took a trip up there to have a meeting with them and that was the first thing they asked me like. You're funny but you really don't have a strong Internet presence. That's right so it makes you respect the old school in our music and our guys and the agents and TV people back in the day because they had to trust their instincts and this is an easy job now like if you have one hundred thousand followers than people know is not easy but does the thing to know what the the job on the other side is the age the corporate world who to invest in. They need instincts anywhere. So but that's the thing too they pick these people with the the followers but it doesn't translate views because there's like they throw these people in these movies. TV shows thinking like okay. They got a bunch of all their fathers are gonNA watch like no their followers. He would've just ordering phones all day. They don't want the kids that don't watch watch. TV that don't really spend mind tickets right. Yeah so whereas like a true stand up comedian a true stand up comedian there has one million followers. They're doing arenas versus Internet comic. That broke into stand up. They're just doing comedy club venues. Because does this only a small manor them actually spend money. y'All see Youtube. People who have twenty million dollars. I'll play like the the T.. La here right right. Jose two thousand. But they're not selling dividend different energy. You're not building that like real real famous. The cult of you know I don't like anybody out there is like oh I'll watch him for seven seconds but not for our.

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"philly  " Discussed on The Philly Blunt: The Podcast That Celebrates Philly

The Philly Blunt: The Podcast That Celebrates Philly

04:17 min | 3 years ago

"philly " Discussed on The Philly Blunt: The Podcast That Celebrates Philly

"Inside yeah I mean it's part of the other part is this and I say this when I talked journalism classes you know journalism it's pure sense as a search for the truth reality is a reporter gathers a lot of facts and at a certain point you've got an editor saying when are you going to write that story so you're right the story based on the fact you have today understanding that tomorrow there may be three different pieces of information that skewered changed that story you know you you're not you don't know the absolute truth never do you search for but yeah so that's there is there a difference you feel when you're reporting the story as opposed to just writing for yourself as their defense energy there's a big difference between reporting for the newspaper I'm writing a book when I book it's subjective not object so when I'm writing a book and Ronnie privileged the principal character the book is going to come from his point of view and that's what I'm told the story from now you don't like Ronnie you're not GonNa like the book and I don't know all the answers but this is what he said this is what he testified under oath this is what the government used to make there cases here's who he is and go take it or leave it yeah Halloween the thirty year anniversary of the infamous shooting Dante and Luigi that was officially unsolved corrode I'm guessing you probably have you your own sort of I mean there's been there's been all kinds of documents there's informant debriefings there's enforcement people would you shooting Nikki scarf juniors is having clemson spaghetti with two other guys and a guy carrying a trick or treat one of them Jerry blevins was Jerry was at different you okay so the guy's carrying the trick or treat bag wearing a mask walks in walks up to the table pulls out a I think a Mac nine gun and opens fire on scarf junior hits them six times leaves the restaurant drops the gun and disappears and eh scarf or junior survives the hit amazing ru all yeah in retrospect and I remember talking to some cops right after this happened a few days before that a law enforcement guy the shot he was wearing a vest bulletproof vest and a bullet went under his arm and killed him and they said and here's scarf or sitting at a table take six bullets any walks away gust walked out at a hospital so everything's perspective but anyway the consensus has always been a jewelry moline was shooter that might informants told the feds that and and and law enforcement believes that nobody's ever been charged with that shooting Joe's never been charged there's a there's a tape in which scarf all juniors talking to his father scarf senior in prison in which they basically say it was me that did it in in code but it was really anyway and and scarf or senior says to his son you should take that guy dinner meaning do to him what he Ryan Right Michelle but then but then I talked to joey about this several years later it was always amazing Joey said it could've been me because I was on probation at that time I wasn't allowed out after seven they do I mean but he's a Mesa classic what was what was he like used bobby more for my generation he's the most Popular Boston Philly Joe Fisher Philadelphia mob Joe I would sit down either have a drink with him I have lunch with them and they come away realizing he didn't say anything you didn't tell me thanks very glib he's very always how's your family doing how's your he had two daughters I have two doors how's your daughter's doing the very personable guy talked about sports very well red talked about all government screw ups knew about buddy would never really get into anything and I'm in the classic Joey Line and Dave Schratt wiser from Fox twenty nine got this on film was Brad now the photographer they knew joey very well they were reporting the same time I was ah during their Simpson and after the dot Dan Luigi shooting from prison Nikki scarf oh senior supposedly put a five hundred thousand dollar contract out on always life wanted somebody to kill Joey and Schratt and Brad now driving around South Philly they spot joey get.

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"philly  " Discussed on The Philly Blunt: The Podcast That Celebrates Philly

The Philly Blunt: The Podcast That Celebrates Philly

12:06 min | 3 years ago

"philly " Discussed on The Philly Blunt: The Podcast That Celebrates Philly

"It's a pretty good insightful interview don't forget the review subscribe and rate US wherever you consume your podcast and follow us on social media twitter instagram it had the last word so that helped me a lot right was that surprising you that shift because it used to be keep your mom show you don't come around and within the next generation more flashy Schulman Angelo Brunelli syndrome if you've got a New York is looking what's the point of being a gangster if nobody knows who you are kind of flies in the face of what the Mafia secret society is supposed to be about but but before that did Godfather Godfather to just completely changed sort of the American consciousness when it came to the I think it became a big part of pop culture and I but I think Americans have always had a fascination with the outlaw whether Jesse James Billy the Kid Clyde al capone than nine corleones I mean America has this fascination with the road reports in it operates outside the law there's a certain glamorization of it there's some people who complained that you helped to glorify the mob and the sort of the the dark side of the Italian American experience and talion American yourself like is that something you take personally does that upset you when people make that accusation I've heard it I heard a lot a one really big confrontation at the enquirer one time but I mean my my hold on a second look at somebody showed up when you none of his here's what happened back when John Stanford the mob boss got in big indictment back I think it was ninety four nineteen ninety-four big racketeering case and there were twenty four twenty five defendants and one of the lawyers in the case had gotten fired but had all documents the discovery did this when when when there's a trial the defense attorney gets all the information before trial so it's called discovery a wiretap information affidavits or will that one of the lawyers have gotten fired he was pissed off and he called me over his office any into stack of papers on us and said you know what that is I look at it and I can I borrow that and so I took it all a state Pulls make copies and then the the question that take a weak read through it all and put together a story so I put together the story and I think it was called might have been called mop talker forget it was on Iran on a front page on Sunday and three full pages inside pictures and sidebars and it was really really was was a good story about what this case the anatomy of investigation had wiretap affidavits Wisconsin and It ran on a Sunday and I remember my what iphone are sitting watching the eleven o'clock news to Sunday in October and the top of the news is the Columbus Day parade and my wife says to me anybody's GonNa be pissed off the Columbus Day parade in today's the day this big mops I go into work Monday and we got we got calls from every that sons of Italy and all the groups that they wanted to have a meeting they they were convinced we did it on purpose now I retrospect we probably should have been more aware of where we had the story we wanted to get it in before anybody else so we had this big meeting and were sitting around a table made some of my editors and four five six seven guys from different in American groups on the one guy says to me if this was a black issue you'd be an uncle time you know you are you're an uncle and it went downhill from there and I mean right a- and I understand they could not could not convince them that we didn't do it on purpose right so going forward that was Tober ninety-five going forward I never wrote a mob story on a second Sunday and I was you know it was congressman that but the to get back to the fundamental question I mean it's I understand the sensitivity and I think it's a generation prior to mine and my dad was never like that but I think people in his generation where they went through a lot but I would always say to people that when this would come up that any ethnic group that could give.

"philly  " Discussed on The Philly Blunt: The Podcast That Celebrates Philly

The Philly Blunt: The Podcast That Celebrates Philly

08:05 min | 3 years ago

"philly " Discussed on The Philly Blunt: The Podcast That Celebrates Philly

"Hello Ladies and gentlemen welcome to the Philly Blunt James Jonah good times hey this is greg and we are extremely excited to be over a first ever show in South Jersey Jersey I don't know if I'm excited it'd be here but here we are at and please tell me pronounce rate the kitchen conciliatory kitchen custody area right close in the ball in the bullpen the Ballpark and we have we're very excited about this week's guest we have George annastasia formerly of the Philadelphia Inquirer certainly doing videos with the phillies voice and writing screenplays and doing all sorts of stuff a legendary figure in our city for sure thank you very much thank you George definitely excited have you on the show you recommended as as we typically do we ask the guests on the show to recommend where they want to eat drink and you recommend despite what is it about this spot that you thought was is so great well I mean Angela Lutts who's the owner and and and runs the places good friend of Mine Angelo has a background he was involved in an organized crime case did his time and is one of the I think one of the great success stories this is a guy who truly has turned things around and Ah runs a really good restaurant he's in the middle of college would is like the South Jersey restaurant Mecca and he's holding his own it's a great place yeah well I WANNA go back with with you and and your story in terms of coming over here you are you're third generation is that my grandparents emigrated from Sicily right now okay so my father was born here and not I'm sexy generation Italian okay and so what are you uh-huh about about their story I mean there was a major that was sort of a major immigration from Sicily at the Early Twentieth Century Right Yeah I mean most of the people that came were four and most of the people that came didn't speak English anyway there's a as a certain irony in all of this one year old let's talk about immigration and here's the irony that I find Johnny I mean I have people in my own family and people in my generation who are very conservative about this and what I say is one hundred years ago would have been our Grandpa our two were being denied because they don't have an education then we'll speak the language they don't bring any skill so what's the point of letting them into the country and that kind of FIS face of work is about this I mean I'm here today my grandfather and grandmother came here and struggle to make it you know my my father was the youngest of seven and the only person to graduate from her school he had three children my brother and my sister all three have college degrees his first two grandchildren might my daughters both have masters degrees the American experience it doesn't happen in day in and and to deny immigrants because they don't have the skills of language lose sight of what America's about so yeah I mean that's a only at ut you know as beautiful I totally definitely appreciate that 'cause it's definitely does seem like we're reliving some stuff we thought we had moved it Jackie yeah we lose sight of who we are where we came from and then the next other is somebody that we should we want to shun it that's not the way this country's supposed to operate you start you you went to Dartmouth and earlier and we're starving for the people that are mothers in Hanover New Hampshire and it snows in October and you don't see the ground the toll make you're from this area right I was born in South Philly grew up in South Jersey yeah and I had a chance to go away to school you know and as I met tournament I I had a chance to go to Lehigh Dartmouth on Canada's same right and since Dartmouth was the furthest away I wanted I wanted to experience being away from home so that's why pick Dortmund and it was a good experience I really I like to play some a much happier now that it's coed when I was there it's a good school and really good at you know what I got out of Dartmouth when I remember going there and one of the professor said you come here and what you do is you learn how to learn it's not what you major in it's done you learn how to learn you take that with you and you know that's what reporting is about is is being a quick study you a lot of different stuff thrown at you and you've got to figure that'd be able to explain it and when I graduated I had I had again it's fortunate this is in the middle of the Vietnam War I had written shoulder playing football and rugby so I failed my physical so I can get a deferment to look for a job and I applied at a small news favor near where I grew up there was an opening for sports writer and since I have played sports the the editor knew me and I got shot and he gave me a try out and I started out as which writer and I spent a year reading high school sports and then kind of that was my journalism school that first newspaper that I went to work for was the Woodbury Times back then now closed unconscious spent four and a half five years there and that was my journalism school I started out as a sportswriter then became a news writer by the time I left I was the city editor so I learned about journalism you move to move to the inquirer and it was pretty quickly that you got put on the Atlantic City within two years I was in I I was in Gloucester County when I was in Trenton but then I got sent to Atlantic City to help with the coverage of the Casino Gambling Referendum in one thousand nine hundred seventy six and I and I was down there for that and then I was down there for the opening of the first I think six casinos spent I probably spent six or seven years in Atlantic City for the inquirer so you were there at the beginning of Atlantic's very the very beginning was air during the referendum and I was there covered resorts international's opening and covered bally's opening Caesar's the first five or six casinos hours every Saturday to make a move into realizing you know obviously the the underworld was a part of that whole gambling situation during the the run up to the referendum there was a lot of debate about was legalized game they always called legalized gaming gambling was legal allies. GimMe going to bring the mob toll annex city well the answer was the mob already wasn't Atlantic City what was it that became part of my coverage and then it just expanded out of there and I'm writing about casinos I'm writing about the industry I'm writing about the ethics I'm writing about the money in an writing about it or is the mob trying to get its hooks into Atlantic City the way it did in Vegas Russian and so I did a lot of that and then Angelo Bruno got killed in one thousand nine hundred and then things changed rapidly F- How'd you get those guys to talk to you in the beginning medium but the more I stayed with the more I become part of the furniture I mean if there's a trial there is a hearing on there and then it's just like covering any other beat right the more you do it the more people get to know you and some of them for whatever reason decide they want to talk to your they want to try to spin right so they could use so you can help for mob guys that's kind of unusual book with I was fortunate that the next generation wise guy seemed to like the attention in one I was I remember covering a couple here he's when I was Atlantic city that he was called to subpoena that testify embry was very polite but we're never say anything Komo no commoner it's nice to see you thank you very much whatever Nikki scarf oh I don't think ever liked me but he would never talk to me what was the next generation guys and it's kind of that John is guys had this American version of the celebrity gangster you know so you get involved in this at a time that's coming right after Godfather and godfather to mhm you think that also changed the way that people viewed the mob as opposed to how I I know we talked about a little bit about how the guys after Godley and and then in the Skinny Joey we're a little bit more into being on camera.

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"philly  " Discussed on The Philly Blunt: The Podcast That Celebrates Philly

The Philly Blunt: The Podcast That Celebrates Philly

19:21 min | 3 years ago

"philly " Discussed on The Philly Blunt: The Podcast That Celebrates Philly

"Subpoenaed open a traditional Malaysian restaurant in south Philly Philly MAG consider Satay Campari top fifty restaurants and previous the philly blunt guests inquirer writer as and not give anybody any chopsticks serving a noodle dish and we have no foreign manual and what come bar is written and I know you say you are in corporate America were you in finance I did graduate with accounting degree yeah I wasn't I wasn't consulting token based more business strategy and finance what was it like when you when you gave your notice did you just say you're quitting to start a restaurant you told like your your boss no I mean I was at the NFL career at IBM I was already told to like hey I don't fit in and I had to make the decision of whether I want to continue to work or not so I didn't have to tell my boss anything yeah basically I just don't fit them oh I you know it's one of those things where as as an Asian daughter are I think a lot of people time is the same as being Jewish you know you kind of do what your parents expect you to go to school you get your degree you go up to carry on ladder you do everything that you expected to do and an end sometimes you know like for me I went auto a APP to the top of the realized I was a partner at IBM and I was the I looked around the partnership table every time and I don't see anyone at myself and and I just realized that I just don't fit in today's culture and and that's when I have to make a decision do I want to stay here are it took me a long time so after not bad job it took me about a year trying to figure out if I really really wanted restaurant but the more the more I got into it the more I I talked about it with John of course you know being a business strategies that I am the first thing I did was to write an entire business strategy Jay together so I've got a twenty page strategy for the restaurant is to figure out if I can financially make it and what those strategies and what the plans would be so I've and out everything for the next five years ten years budgeted everything out and admit that I could do it and and then I came to a realization of like how lucky would it be if I'm actually at the position to do something that I actually have a passionate right and I don't think many people get a chance a lot of us we do what we are told to do but and a lot of us are stuck in a corporate job because of it national responsibilities joe have nine real like no kids who is this John Character Yuki Reference Jonathan Right next to me adding and nobody can see you who is this guy and what's he do jazz and maybe also his partner in the restaurant any runs the frontier house perfect so Where when did you guys meet when did you and John me we met in two thousand when I came here Oh wow you're messing around he was the airport that's our hey moved here two thousand year yeah the I was looking for something to do outside my four walls and a any offense so I went rock climbing and John is managing the rock climbing jam his brother and in I was by myself at that time I didn't have anyone to believe me and John came out to belay me and I thought well this is nice this timing service cloud on the radio all the kids are GonNa be Les Soon John Showing off was the climb into the highest point of the Gen he's a cab here's in those days right when you when you drive out of the airport so the the service that we had at Deloitte for foreigners what is not like how you would get in Asia in Asia if you're a foreigner and you arrived in Malaysia we would make sure that you get a show for somebody someone would you too at the airport and take you.

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"philly  " Discussed on The Philly Blunt: The Podcast That Celebrates Philly

The Philly Blunt: The Podcast That Celebrates Philly

10:45 min | 3 years ago

"philly " Discussed on The Philly Blunt: The Podcast That Celebrates Philly

"In this episode we sit down with Ange Bronco owner and chef of Saute come par on East Past Young Age tells the story of growing up in a small village in Malaysia and come into the Estates pursue a career in business unable to find any authentic Malaysian restaurants in the area and growing disinterested with the corporate world she decided to drop out gather bunch of family food critic Craig Lebron said of take him par there are few places in the city where crossing the threshold is like traveling across the globe satay Kampar is one sauteed impart was also a James Beard semifinalist best new restaurant in the country in two thousand seventeen we have a special guest host sitting in on this one because reef could make it please rate review subscribe up to this podcast if you haven't already we can't stress how important it is a show your support also follows on social media twitter facebook instagram all as Philly but we hope you enjoy uh-huh Hello Ladies and gentlemen and welcome to the Philly Blunt China good times hey this is great we have a special guest co host this week reef not able to make it so instead we've got the one the only Kirby Eh yeah leave the hope you're listening to not home yet missing it all and if you do a great job tonight firing reef you're in so don't don't screw this up all fire greg he seems to know what he's still about me that's the problem trust me would have fired the longtime ago we hear the way of recording all right so we've got a great guests this week excited to have her on the show And Brian NCA- pronounced correctly yeah that's fine Branka Andrew Blank Okay we've got Angie Branka owner and chef of saute compared announced that right yep you did all right he's on my name is for Turkey so welcome to the show we opened the restaurant along with husband John what three years ago three and a half years ago yeah two thousand sixteen okay that was a pretty big jump for you you had started in the corporate world and Kinda came into the restaurant Biz with not much restaurant experiences yeah that's exactly right my entire Korea wasn't a carpet wool Jitsu in and I worked for IBM for quite a while a climb up the corporate ladder went all the way up to the corporate data discovered know what I don't quite fit in here decided the restaurant is probably fit in the best and I totally enjoyed it so decided to open a restaurant seems crazy everyone told told me that I lost my mind is going through a crisis or something like that but did you have any restaurant experience I know you're crazy paid off though well I so the thing though as I did know how to cook I didn't know how to cook the cuisine that I grew up with very well sure but lots of people know how to cook looking in running a restaurant or two very different things Yeah I knew exactly what I was getting into I knew to kind of work that's required to run a restaurant I have family members in Malaysia who have run a restaurant street food cards back home and I was a kid ours always helping some of my family members who ran restaurants streets apart and and I under then what kind of work is like so you know the only difference that I had to learn here not so much of the weather running restaurant is this you know the the health poets here and what the Hell Co two have department koets Iraq crecy yeah that pot two and licensing and stuff like that and was good at out I pretty much know how to make the food run the food and how to operate The restaurant which the good thing though about the restaurant that I did come far it is a prettier restaurants if you come in you notice that the service is as if you travel halfway around the world because that's the only service I knew the food is just like you have traveled to Malaysia because that's the only knew how to cook so I wasn't trying to change anything I wasn't trying to adapt to what I think Americans one I just did what I knew and I think that's why I was able to succeed in what I did because there's a restaurant where I came from not what I think Dat America's one I think that's what made it successful is that a tough is that a tough decision though because obviously you're you have to cater to a customer most of your customers are going to be Americans and we're in Philadelphia where people have very strong opinions about things were you at all scared that Oh they might want an American version of Malaysian Food Oh yeah John talked so much about what we might things and and the challenges we might have we had all those challenges we had refers to come par in Malaysia south you know when someone artist Tame the menus will will does in the menus will will be caper six and and we didn't realize that Malaysia most people would be expected to order sticks by the dozen to eat because that's present at the center of the meal when you go to a place that's what you really want eight is a lot of Satay I brought out yesterday twenty thirty six person but when we first opened the doors media realized that that culture doesn't translate here and and other people coming in to order one stick to share with between two people you know a couple and and what will be binding half a stick and sharing a half of the etiquette somebody listening and they don't know what is for to explain it to us Yep sure yeah Satay as marinated Meat I need smaller pieces of me that's really well marinated and spice up sometimes Spicer Chagrin as spices salt and he's always brought on a coconut sharp in Malaysia and and the reason we grew it on coconut shot Choco maybe because it's a natural few that we have in Malaysia but he's also a smokeless chocolate the aroma of Saturday is the whole experience of waiting for your meal as well the Aromas almost like spice incense that enveloping the the restroom on and and also the skewers skuas do not do not have a smokiness to it because we don't use American Woods doesn't have that smoking us in Schaub chocolate enhances the smoke and aroma of spices so that's what Satay is is always easier with peanut sauce and alpina sauces made from scratch edge it's not peanut butter is not a pays is actually kind of like a gravy that you would put on top of Saturday and how we eat satay hard time finding coconut charcoal here the only ones in the US cooking on cooking chocolate imported every year you bring it in from NFS Few batches were from Malaysia. Sometimes we get stuff from India but yeah we it's hard to sausage is so now in the restaurant of F I R right and then how many skewers do I get too many sticks to I get now we found on by five six ten stakes just to just to get the message across you know minimum finds thanks for president with the reasonable way of enjoying satay and not half a state for me you're out of business real fast sharing one st yeah but it was a quick you know we learned a lot of lessons because it was for me it was about how how translate my culture here and it's something that I was not aware of let me first opened our doors because there are a lot of cultural differences is that I took for granted and I just assumed that people would eat the same way I would if I serve this kind of food and I realized that no I mean it's not many people understand how to eat this kind of food the way I would just assume for example Rendong and rice and and we still rise of Lao Lao meat dishes like curries down and vegetable dishes and in Malaysia where we OUGHTA rice plate it is our order ice skate we don't share our rights pates right so everyone orders arise plate for themselves and the Lao which is the protein and vegetables is always charitable dishes we always have to admit the table so we just take a spoonful of that an eat we've made a rice but what I notice you had America without any one explaining to them the rice would be mid off the table and everyone has their own pay rent down off the culture so site then you get a little ruler sound robbing people on the doing things wrong yeah but this is this is the things that I never knew before and it's a cultural difference in and for us to gradually over the last three years trying to explain to customers this we creating a manual for them suggesting flipping suggesting a manual which is true it'd way would approached his food eventually that those you know those kind of where it spread and and customers will bring new friends and they were about the way of eating at a restaurant and over time it has changed but it was challenging so having to sort of is you're sorta tell a story as much as it is to serve the Food I mean you're obviously he obviously had to let people know that this is you just you know people when they think of that region I think probably think more.

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"philly  " Discussed on The Philly Blunt: The Podcast That Celebrates Philly

The Philly Blunt: The Podcast That Celebrates Philly

03:38 min | 3 years ago

"philly " Discussed on The Philly Blunt: The Podcast That Celebrates Philly

"Hello Ladies and gentlemen welcome to Philly Blunt. My name is Shana Good Times. I'm reef this is Greg and we are coming at you. From a hopping Jose Solis down on fifteenth and spruce we are hanging out with a locally renown chef Elisha Milligan it lies you welcome to the show Hello Elisha. Thanks for having me so mad. It's up real quick before we get started. What made you pick <hes> stolas? We ask you where he wanted to have a drink and hang out with us and what is it about this place out of semes- lot may a lot of memories he's here. He's been around for a long time. Donors agreed food's great drinks are also case here topnotch. They have very so. Let's.

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"philly  " Discussed on The Philly Blunt: The Podcast That Celebrates Philly

The Philly Blunt: The Podcast That Celebrates Philly

16:07 min | 3 years ago

"philly " Discussed on The Philly Blunt: The Podcast That Celebrates Philly

"In this episode of the Philly blunt, we sit down with legendary meteorologist and current realtor. John Blair's, it took almost a year of negotiations and badgering, John on Twitter and social media to finally sit down with us for an interview where no topics were off the table it to sit in with John. We immediately realised that this had to be a two part interview because there was just too much information to be covered in part, one, we discuss how kit obsessed with the weather ends up meteorologist, and Philadelphia and the third highest paid meteorologist in the country, and we cover the infamous storm of the century forecast, impart to we discussed notorious south beach incident, which led to John helping to break up a Russian mob into operation and also led the John losing his job, partout also describes his darkest days and a, a classic Philly blocking around. Don't forget the rate review. Subscribe the podcast after you listen, so that other people interested in celebrating Philadelphia. Can find it and follow us on social media, Instagram Facebook Twitter all as the Philly blunt. We hope you enjoyed this two part interview with John Blair's. Hello, ladies and gentlemen. And welcome to the Philly blunt. My name's Johnny good times. Hey, what's up? This is Greg. And we are very excited to have this week's guest on this show, a, you probably best know him from his days, meteorologist, currently working in real estate throughout Philadelphia area, the jersey shore and up in New York, please welcome to the show. Mr John.

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"philly  " Discussed on The Philly Blunt: The Podcast That Celebrates Philly

The Philly Blunt: The Podcast That Celebrates Philly

05:46 min | 3 years ago

"philly " Discussed on The Philly Blunt: The Podcast That Celebrates Philly

"In this episode of the Philly blunt. We sit down with the elusive Philly Enquirer food critic Craig LeBron Craig is probably the most powerful person in affiliate food seen as his reviews can often make or break a restaurant. Few folks have had the opportunity to sit face to face with Craig for an interview why he agreed to meet with us. We have no idea, but we are grateful nonetheless after intense negotiations over few weeks agreed to meet with us in person at a secret location and only if the use of phones was prohibited. Craig offers insight into who he is a person what he's looking for in a restaurant his process for reviews. His take on the current Philly food scene is uses of the skies as well as dropping nugget after nugget a valuable information for dining around Philly. This is a must listen for anyone who dines out and he survived around on the Philly blunt barely if you like this episode or any of our episodes, please do us a solid and press the extra couple of buttons to subscribe rate and review our podcast. Guests all that helps spread the word to others. So they can find us. Also, tell your friends about us on your socials and follow us on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook all as the Philly blunt, please enjoy this very special episode with Philly food critic Craig LeBron. Hello and welcome to the Philly blunt. My name's Shana good times. I'm reef he'll the scrape. And we're very excited about this week show. We have a highly esteemed guests Craig Lobont from Philadelphia inquires people we say la- band, and I'm really really glad to be here. Thanks. Heavy negotiations. We had do all this secret. Details of the secret location. We're at we had a term I phones in our phones in there. Right. So, you know, part of your life is kind of it's almost like you're in the witness protection program. Yep. Yep. We try we try to remain a pretty pretty low-key. How's that feel because it's gotta be a you have a certain amount of prestige and power, but you're not allowed to to to to you have to have certain level autonomy. Like, what's that like for you? Well, you know, I've been doing this long time and this when I got started being an anonymous critic was standard operating procedure. And you know, you try to go in and out of restaurants to be as unnoticed as possible, you really trying to capture the experience that, you know, a regular reader would have. So you realize very quickly that it's in everybody's interest to try and figure out who you are. So, you know, at at some point, you you do your best you always do your best. And then at some point you gotta live your life and release a small town. Yes. And I live in town, and I'm a family, and then you start having interactions with people at school, and you know. At some you have to create a dividing line for yourself. That's acceptable. You say listen, I'm gonna live life in and be a Philadelphian when by family, and then I'm going to do my job as best as I can. And so, you know, I'm discreet, I take as many precautions as possible, but you know, unless you're going to get plastic surgery regularly. There's only so many things about yourself. You can change on a on a on a weekly monthly basis. Let alone going out, you know, three hundred times a year. So you go out three hundred times a year for work. Yeah. Do you still enjoy going out when you're not working? I love it. It's it's it's become you know, this is a lifestyle job. You know, you really it's journalism. I, you know, and but I work a lot. And, you know, this is my reporting going out to eat and being in restaurants and over a course of time, you know, you it is, you know, very few jobs are built around daily rituals like eating, and if you do it long enough and intensely Nuffie make an part of your. Life. It's it's it's becomes natural and second nature. So I'm just not one of these food predicts who's tired or blase or jaded of you still still excited about doing the worst. Oh excited because I live in such a dynamic and exciting place where there's so much passion. This is coming to sport. Right, right. This is part of blowing up the scene herlie houses going to say not lost since you got here. I mean, I've been here I've been here twenty one years and for the day, I got here. It has just been getting better and more interesting and dynamically changing and growing in in a way that very few. I think beats at the newspaper have consistently seen sort of a a rise in energy and quality and material that I've been I've been sorta blessed with being able to cover. Well, what do you think in able to city to have this boom, what was it that caused Philadelphia to go when you got here ninety eight there was only a handful of restaurants handful of pubs. And now, it's one of the world class. Eating and drinking cities in the country. You know, my theory has always been sort of an economic situation if you look at where Philadelphia is on the east coast between, you know, Washington DC and New York, and for the longest time that was like the chip on our shoulder that was we were overlooked, and that turned out to be really good thing. Because Philadelphia remains in my play in my opinion, the best place to live a city urban exciting urban life on hands down can afford to live here partake. In all the cultural things in Philadelphia has offered the way that you cannot New York City, you cannot in Washington DC in the same way. There's not the same sort of local character and spirit and here into it. There's there's no there's no quiz. Oh, ho Secondly, six months.

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"philly  " Discussed on The Philly Blunt: The Podcast That Celebrates Philly

The Philly Blunt: The Podcast That Celebrates Philly

05:34 min | 3 years ago

"philly " Discussed on The Philly Blunt: The Podcast That Celebrates Philly

"Hey, what's up everybody? This is Johnny good times of the Philly blunt. And this week's episode we'd sit down with Philadelphia comedian chip Chantrey chips new company album swingers party was just released recently can be found on I tune. So if you want to support Philly comedy and Philly artists be sure to download it from there. We talked chip a bit about how comedy and Philadelphia's different than comedy in New York and LA at cetera. We also talked about how things have changed in the fifteen years. He's been doing comedy in light of the metoo movement, political correctness and so forth. So a really interesting interview, we did it at Sassafras in old city and hope you enjoy if you do please give us a five star rating and leave us a review. All right. Enjoy. Hello, ladies and gentlemen, and welcome to Philly blunt. My name's Shana. Good times. My name's reading. Hey, this is great. And tonight. We have a very special guest someone that I've known for a long time and have performed in. Some just remarkably successful shows. That's how we can afford to hang out a place like, Sassafras, and simple fashion. Simple fashions that is the one and only Mr. chip Chantrey. Good evening. Welcome to get to see all of you. Thank you for having me. I'm very excited to be here in an old fashioned as well. If you guys want to picture it at home. For he's painting. The picture. It's a very sophisticated podcast so fancy then what we do. I've actually never set foot in this place. I dated a girl for a long time at loved this place. Now, I'm here thinking in my heart scratch, so thanks this initiative broader here. Caller tonight. This is the same thing too. I've never been here. And it's amazing. So chip you picked this place because you love it bit. Tell us a little bit. I wanted to. I wanted to see what it was like I heard about the jazz band. And I I just wanted to. I wanted to be part of the Sassafras, and this is literally like, it's it's dark. It's tiled it it's everything I wanna bar. It's like a little oasis in old city. It really is even on a Friday night. It's chill and relax. You're gonna just watch the insanity. Walk up and down the street. It's managed and they got fan plan for the show tonight. We jasmine we wanted to take this makes us in classroom. I haven't classic guy. So I figured that is really not guess again, get a little jazz duet. Go Johnny does have a tuxedo shirt. Hey, it's green because it Saint Patty is on the way. But it's still it's still pretty nice. It's going up, but let let speaking of music you like a lot of bad music. I like a lot of terrible. Yeah. Just that's one thing that you know, when we were first friends like this guy is he and I are going to be thickest thieves. I could tell a good, dude. He's larry's. But then the music CD CD collection. We stopped hanging out as much after that. We did tell us a little bit about why that is that you like what you like like what what went up like parents music tastes. And I'm assuming Oni further. I'm going to say that some I've Johnny listed the stuff you like, it's not all negative. I will say this. Thank you for the all not bad all bed praise. I feel for a while. I was very stuck in the ninety s there's nothing wrong with that. I think there's a lot of great musical outfits that came out of the nineties that I could list ad nauseam. But I'm not going to blast gym glass was great. All right. There's one we actually this is the truth might my wife is a huge gin blossoms fan. She loved them in middle school. So I took her almost as a joke to see them at the Chester. Casino. The Harris, Dan, Chester was literally I wanna say it was a glorified conference room. It was a conference, right. Glorified. It was there was a stage. And then it was thirty feet of nothing. So they didn't give him like a a concert venue in Harris. They gave him a conference felt like a conference room, and they there there was the stage. And then all around the stage was thirty feet of nothingness, and then just those conference room stackable chairs where everybody sat the gin blossoms. God bless their little hearts came out. They play a song or two and everybody just sitting there. And it was the most awkward show. I haven't been to my leg. But then the guy's the lead singer, Robin, something, I think he he was like this isn't going to work you guys need to get up, and you need to dance, and we're gonna have fun, and they put on one of the most fun shows a lot of it was one of the most fun of ever been to. And they were funny. They were they knew where they were like they self aware. That's always Dave like ten hits that we all know, which is crazy Ling is going to gin blossoms dogs. There's ten of them that I knew was with I found out about us. You know, I I know for sure I mean, I'll bet fifty bucks reef can name ten boss. I take that. Yeah. Wanna head of me? I love jealousy. You were ahead of me. I would win. Hey, how's the shoe? So let's talk a little bit about comedy since you're a comedian and not a musician. Yeah. That was weird. So how'd you get started in comedy chip? It's actually very musical answer if you'll indulge me. So I I always love comedy. I I grew up watching do you guys. Remember, MTV's half, hour communists?

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