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"pios tony" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"You got a problem? Boston after I've been going at it. Is that okay with you The first Boston album or decide not past your credentials? No, that's totally fine. Oh, that Z title to me. If you're gonna talk, Boston shot out San torpedoes pizza in in Boston. Maybe you go to Santa. Pios Tony with when we went to visit you close out there got 56 years ago and he took us there, man, And do they have pepper? Juice that you pour onto the pizza or you dunk your pizza in an amazing, amazing honestly, God, and I just read an article where they were ranked in the top 10 of the top 100 pizzerias in the country. You know, it's funny when you and Chan and I know you're You got something, too, But I just wanted you to know I'm not saying this for effect or to exaggerate. But when you started talking about Santa Carpio's Great pizza place in Boston. My mouth actually started watering. I'm not kidding. I'm down. Totally serious killer. Go ahead. I want you to build on the sand torpedoes riff. Go. Well, I feel like you're talking about this wonderful juice to put on the pizza, pepper juice. Yeah. Can I give you guys a soul food and Sandra fell with their PK sauce? Boring that sauce all over the place. I know it's not pizza, but it's our local jam down here, man. Shout out a soul food, Tony. Now listen. Great spot I could do without the hour and a half line out the front door, though. Oh, Paul, could What do you enjoy that line? It's not for everybody. All things come to those who wait Paul on John's of bleaker, by the way, I think was a top five pizzeria in the top 100 of trying to do to me right now. I don't know what your job Johnson's in tar Videos are two of the best slices of pie I've ever had in my life and will ever have in my life and we've got good pizza out here. Tony's in North Beach, I'll give a shout out to I'll give a shout out to our own very on the meat cheese. I'll give a shout out to Giorgio's, of course out in the Richmond district. Um there's there's good pizza to be had here we shot outcast for is to just a little bit absolutely so against parties. But you know who like I don't know. I just When you I'm about more more of a thin crust guy? Sure, I just need more and more thin crust like deep dish is fine, but I don't just don't give me the puffy dough That's like, you know, I don't know. It's like it's like a Noah's bagel with cheese and sauce on it. Yeah, I can't have but the way I don't know how we got into this discussion, but I love this hailer. I don't know how this happened. But I'm all about this because I'll do pizza all day killer go. Here's what I know happened. I actually gave you a strong take on what I want as far as Wiseman minutes and that Tony hijacked the pod. No, no, I'm afraid you did. Paul, you diverted. You're afraid to give your take. That's what it sounds like to me. What do you want to take on Wiseman? Yeah. I want to know if you want him to play more and make the playoffs are Play more and not make the playoffs. You wanna know if you're willing to gamble on giving more legs? Yeah. So I think it's okay. Fine. You know what you're thinking. Them some things you can't hide. I wanna know who I.
"pios tony" Discussed on The Bancroft Brothers Animation Podcast
"They hired and one of the things that really helped that I think is that they hired one of the guys that was like. I'm I'm trying to think of Max Howard what his position was on who framed Roger, rabbit. I. Think he was production manager or something like that. He had just come off a WHO framed Roger Rabbit and Ran England. He was Richard Williams Studio Richard Williams studio. He ran the London crew out there and people really loved made a good impression on the Disney executives. So they hired this guy from London to come over to Florida and really run the studio and you would have thought that Max Howard had run. You know ten twenty studios before he was so polished at he was so good at it. He was so good with the crew with the artists he made everybody feel he created a lot of that atmosphere that we're talking about family friendly atmosphere that was parties and you know engaging things and things where he was trying to get people to communicate and talk and. He would walk the floors and he wasn't always locked in his office. You could see him he had a real open door policy He was a big part of it, and then there was other people too Paul Karachi who came in who was kind of training guy ran a lot of the the early internships and things. Frank. Gladstone also was a big. So they're they're starting to become this management that wasn't really like management and I think that's one of the key elements that we had there at the Florida Studio Yeah I've never had a job since that that was like that. No friends with the story about about snacks though and I work with Rick Sluiter who's a guy we worked with an Florida for a Lotta Years Rix. Really. I if when Rick was was he? Tents. So whatever he does, he learn Spanish Spanish I'm GonNA, Learn Guitar. So he's kind of person and I always kind of admired that in rick. But he was telling a story about Max because Max guy who who would cover for us a lot 'cause we were like literally like. It was like a storm or candle we were, and we would like a like, for instance, Rico Pio Tony West. Tracy Lee I think Joe Pappy was in there got caught in the great movie ride taking a picture of the sculpture that Ruben Prokopiev's dad just sculpted of Humphrey. BOGART and. So awesome can just call in and they get caught into the office and he's like got a call from you know security you. Don't do that. Again, he would be really soft and certain things. You wouldn't want to cross them again but Rick Rick Story about and you're involved this Tom because we had for a while he started playing street hockey. Remember this you were working I think it was pretty sure it was you while your window and he was a Canadian and love hockey because he was intense about it a slapshot and a hit the window I believe you were working tom and it smashed the first plane of the double pane window and so Max called him and it was office and he goes manuals. Maxi grape but man did not want to cross Max because Max at assigned like it's like a good parent like you know you could have some leeway and he said what? He said something Max about how like come on. Max. If we were playing cricket, you mean the first guy out there and it got in this grill. Brought it. Up Again. Like. If you had a great way of like he gave you a lot of freedom. He backed you up to have fun like we'd have over ban people will complain the tour and he'd say, Hey, you just saw historical moment. This goes back to the history of nation. Force. Say. Takes that takes avery lost his eye. When Push them one too many times. This is where you stop and Rick's that I never. Crossed. I. Raise your hand. If you didn't see that side of Max at least once I know I did it and it was during negotiation. We. Go in there especially, as things got really heated in the animation industry and Jeffrey laughed and around that time. I remember going in to negotiate with. Max. Or a little bit before that. So it was at the beginning and. because. Eventually, he gave that job up give somebody else Mary? Kay I think it was and uh but anyway, I remember negotiating with him and he just Got Ice cold all of a sudden and it was like that fund British. Cute. You Know Nice. Guy. When Keep. There was there was a challenge tell. You could tell that there was a point that somebody in California his one of his boss said, you can only go to this high and when I hit that point and I was pushing for further. He was just like. It's not gonNA happen. You know and I was just like, Oh okay. This is okay. I'll take less. He set the. Course for that studio that it always maintained a bit of Max in it because. I. Think. I can't he had. He was a great leader because he knew where to pull the strings and where to let loosen up the grip a time. So I thought that was great about him. So in the beginning just said again a little bit more of a picture for the audience. When the studio I got set up, there was a certain amount of what they call kind of the gray hair veterans. That they took from transported from the the Burbank Studio and move them over to be with. Basically the rest of the crew was all very young right out of college like we're talking about. That was all of us. We were the right out of an internship starting to work on features and shorts and things like that, and it was it was set up to do just shorts at first but. As the the Burbank Studio got more and more behind on some of their features rescuers down under being the first one that was happening during that time. They decided well, these guys are actually done a really good job. We kind of proved ourselves on roller coaster rabbit, which was the very first Roger. Rabbit short to be done in the Florida studio and they liked it so much the quality was there. They said, well, let's start giving them. Let's give them a little piece of rescuers down under and we had guys like and when I mentioned the grey hairs that were kind of the the mentor figures the older more experienced guys that were at the Studios Marquette Marquette was the all time. You know he was the granddaddy right? He was the main Guy and for him I. Think it was a matter of I wanna go and you know. Kind of proven..