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"bonelli" Discussed on Veterans Chronicles
"Are you most proud of from your service. I enjoyed it every bit of it. I'm glad i made the decision to stay in the service. At the end of the war i had five years and i talked to fifteen more years. I can retire. I retired from the military at the age of thirty nine. What i wanted to say. They're interrupted you. I did a lot of other things. I was not only a pilot. Spent five years in headquarters. Training command had oversight of all training for the air force and she knew air force base Way went through the aircraft maintenance officers course thirty two weeks long equivalent to two weeks texas am and then i was an instructor in it and then iran the course and then i want to. This is why. I ended up in Headquarters training command scott air for space from there. I had another five years before twenty. I almost went to korea. But then i figured i had enough of that and none of my buddies in the pentagon found mail slot in england generally was two years old. I think at the time. And so i could take my family with me. I couldn't take family to korea. And so we want to england and i'm stationed at the borders and faking ham. And what have you. This is now the cold war. I'm now in an organization with jetfighters. I'm already checked out. Jetfighters matter of fact while i was headquarters training command sent myself to aircraft maintenance of course two weeks long stabbed and then a couple of weeks later i sent myself to. I think it was hard to get checked out in the in the f eighty four. F thunder streak. This aircraft delivers nuclear bomb tactical type small when fully loaded by the way our number one wang pile on two hundred and thirty gallon tank. Then a-bomb under left-wing also small a-bomb and then under the right wing. Four hundred and twenty gallon tank almost as long as the schuessel laws of this fighter type fighter bomber. It's a fighter aircraft used as a bomber and another two hundred and thirty gallon tank on number four pylon. And what i want to explain. This is all past. History is no more weed with missiles. Change the subject. All the way around and the delivery of that a-bomb worst-performing loop over the target. You drive bright up to the target holding four gs and then you had another instrument keeping your wings leveled in so you don't spiral out and about one hundred and ten degrees up the bomb releases and then on his way down and gives the pilot a chance to get out of there so he wouldn't get fried within the blast of the a bomb but that's all over with very interesting and it's an amazing. I enjoyed it. Career in several iowa's checked out and many aircraft aircraft maintenance also including helicopters helicopter school every giants. I got to do something like that. I took took advantage of it. The most of those. Damn right i did. Yes sir. thank you for your service to our country and thank you so much for your time today. We really appreciate lieutenant..
"bonelli" Discussed on Veterans Chronicles
"This week on veterans chronicles is retired air force. Lieutenant colonel william bonelli also a veteran of world war two. He's a survivor of the attack. On pearl harbor and he was a member of a b seventeen bomber crew. We'll be talking about all of that in our conversation today colonel. Thank you very much for your time. Today thank you. Where were you born and raised sir. Indiana peninsula near pittsburgh about thirty miles east in the area. Was there a history of military service in your family. No no that i know of. You joined the army. The army air corps prior to pearl harbor. Why did you join. And why did you join the army. Air corps glutinous. Hitler in the news and it was pretty obvious that we were going to be a war. Let you couldn't get around that. And at the time. I would say there was a helluva depression going on at that time. People wondered whether they were gonna get the next dollar. That bad and i thought it was time for me to hit the road. How old were you when you joined sir. After walking around few days the diamond my pocket walked into the recruiting office. And i said to the sergeant..
"bonelli" Discussed on Venture Stories
"Into. Let's unpack how that like. Let's get into diesel. How could work because like I guess what what I'm saying is we haven't yet seen a government full on attack of some of these technologies? You where would you store that might like started coin. Based they don't want to go to jail in governments could threaten them so like at some point. It's pretty hard to escape. The tentacles of of of government. To what does it look paint a picture of what it looks like in terms of. Where are you storing? Well how are you transferring wealth. Yeah Yeah exactly so I completely agree with you but and that's why I think there's going to be a trenching so from kind of these centralized technology something like coin base To something more like you know holding your these cell too so I like things like local bitcoins payment services like open node. DC PAY ZAP. Things that can happen Totally totally independently and no one's holding. No one's holding your wealth. No one's controlling the way that you spend it. You're you're you're you're you're going from this outsource protection model to really taking control into your own hands. And that's that's scary. A lot of people right with a lot of power. You have a lot of responsibility if you lose your keys or whatever. Then that's a that's a big deal. So the user experience way better for for these defensive technology algae for the self sovereign technologies. But that is that is the trend right because I completely agree with you Coined base right now hold a ton of bitcoin thousands of tons of beef and if the government were to go to them they're probably going to comply in Hanover. All of that all that big all of that and I mean what did they do right. So so that's a huge. That's a huge problem. It is interesting Chris Dickson. In his post two thousand eighteen hundred seventeen decentralisation matters others he specifically mentioned that Hey. This isn't some out of use. These words Libertarian Manifesto. Where we're trying to your decrease our our necessity rely on government this is more about decreasing centralization in internet companies? You know facebook Amazon. The aggregate and we're talking about is a little is the opposite And what a lot of Bitcoin is excited. The opposite. Are you a less interested in Where is he wrong if if you could get an? Are you less interested in these sort of decentralized you know face spoken and the vision or both Brio book acted yet you know. I think there are Let's see so so services I still think will be centralized there's in building products. There's there's some benefit to having centralization right you can just move faster and he can build new things fast. You don't have to talk to a lot of different people. But it's the it's the decentralisation of assets so data and money being the big ones that are then kept a self sovereign one and the main use case for most of this technology. The big ten x improvement I would say is is not decreasing the rent assumed by some of these By something like Google or any kind of middleman I think the biggest thing is censorship resistance so so I I would disagree with Chris. Dickson in that I guess in that light because I really think that the killer use case for all of this technology which is to be able to use it outside a bit control of anybody else and that is that is what removing the middleman really does the. And so of commissioned this dissident technology case for requires a behavior change right now people are just too comfortable Do is it in. What's what's going to bring about this behavior? Change in is government's interested just keep things. Status quo is government like going to shoot itself in the foot or wise. Is that necessarily rise. The Bay Bridge is GonNa Happen. What trends are are leading? That's you know that's the big question right. We've seen a lot of money. Come into the CRYPTO space. And there's not a whole lot of Option there is user adoption around speculation that Like all these centralized finance finance applications. They're really applications for increased speculation Exchanges are doing really. Well that's because those demand for speculation. I think the technology still has a way you know. There's a ways to go for a lot of these a lot of these applications a lot of US platforms and infrastructure. Sure but I think even more than that people just there hasn't been enough censorship to force people to these censorship resistant type platforms. And I think that's going to be the driving force. I forget. I think it was in Iran recently where there was a four thousand percent increase in a Mesh technology a mesh networking service. And you know that. That's a prime example in my mind of a demand really meeting the technology and and I think that's why is censorship on the rise most dudes opposite because I think more information is is kind of not naught controlled by these centralized authorities. So you do whatever you you mentioned at the beginning right. You do whatever you can to kind of control control bad boys and it's becoming as becoming really interesting because Some information is being distributed through these centralized platforms right so the question becomes difficult for someone like twitter. What do they censor? And what do they not censor. WHO's the final authority on Censorship? There you know it goes. It goes both ways You know with a censorship resistant platform. You're going to have things that a lot of people probably don't WanNa see but that's that's freedom right in the the let's zoom out a go back to the logic of violence. Can you give sort of a brief historical overview of how that logic of violence has evolved over time with different technological revolutions. Eat one quote that he talks about the books basically says hey when Defense is hard of government's going to take advantage of that When when defense is easy and increasing centralisation when defense is easy it'll be a less centralization? It talked about how in different periods of history that that is played out. Yes so I'm actually a couple. The first is the aggregate the first cultural revolution in that farming arming Brought brought like the advent of a physical scarcity right and and property rights and so when when people started Property Rights started to have to defend that property. And so then you think about okay. Well what's the best way to defend my property while the biggest guy in town might might come around into demand that he gets payment or else he's going to beat you up right so that's like kind of the first case of Version so oh that guy comes around town and he said okay well. I'm either going to beat you up or you're GONNA pay me attacks right. And so then he has a business around that he gets a bunch of other people and and now he has a group of one hundred people who kind of control the violence and the protection in that town. The next kind of stays I think was that we started to see these. Feudal societies developed around that same idea. The next step was really the church. The Church Control Valve information as we talked about before information control the way that people thought where people acted and they were actually able to control a lot of that violence on when there was less asymmetry of information do the print printing press. They they started to lose a lot of that. A lot of that Power coercion right. They they controlled a lot of the violence they controlled they control the big heavy hitters forces. The industrial revolution even made it a stronger force because we had these these weapons of essentially mass destruction and Really affected tools of violence. That if you use at scale really can control the World Ryan. I don't think it's a mistake that the united that'd states rose into the place that it is today right For better or worse they had they were really affected that at admit a string violence in the right way and so now in the information age. There's no more no no more monopoly on information decrease monopoly on violence For the primary reason that less and less value is in the physical world than more of it is the digital okay so if more value is now in the digital world governments can't necessarily control that world it's outside of their realm and so the more that we go into the digital world the less the less control governments have over that digital realm and really the more Eh Freedom individuals have to create their own kind of societies. One thing I want to your perspective on is that as technology has improved we have seen new technological solutions. there's often been this promise of decentralisation particularly as it relates to the Internet but in fact things have gotten more such slice governments have gotten more powerful companies have gotten more powerful and they use these technological advantage to vannes consolidate and that's sort of the story of humanity. Why is this time different yet? So to that point I think things can get a lot worse first before they get better and I think they probably will. Because then that'll be able it'll it'll behavior change essentially but encryption is is really the tool that allows people to protect themselves and that protection is is really the key factor in all of this. Because I think like I mentioned before is I cannot put myself just as well as a large organization can with just with the tools of encryption and and and so you know maybe services are still centralized but it's it's the assets assets data Your money that can be held on your person right. You know if I if I know the private chief but I'm the only one that can access my money and so I think that that's really the main kind of the main thing that tilts the logical go by alliance and Changes the the power of coercion that states and even large organizations have over the individual And you talk about behavior change but you also talk about driven we've talked about Hey We have these desires overtime. They don't really change. I had us about change in in light of that. Yes so so. I think it's really important to think about. Where user command it's coming from Especially this this became really relevant encrypted because all these applications all this money was pouring in and there just hasn't been adoption option so it's it's useful to think about. Why do people care right end? And what does this technology provide that. No other technology does provide uh-huh and to me. It's it's the ability to protect protect. You can protect yourself more easily more cheaply more effectively than you could before. But like I said you know people don't really care about that and it's probably going to get worse before it gets better. People are GONNA have to lose a lot of money for they really want to protect that they have just kinda just kinda the way things go totally so now. Let's get into an investment thesis. We've talked about what's going to happen now. Let's talk about. How do we get rich off it? Yeah so so thank God you know. The first point is information technology it is isn't equalizing force global scale.
Turkey's opposition wins rerun of Istanbul mayoral vote
"For the second time this year of political opposition candidate it has won the mayoral race in turkey's largest city is n._p._r.'s peter kenyon reports sits another defeat for the country's president richard tie air to one to one did what he could for his close ally former prime minister bonelli yildirim attacking position candidate grim imola is a greek in a terrorist supporter but having been forced to rerun the mayor's race after the election board throughout the initial results is dumbo voters gave him a mojo in the opposition and even bigger victory in yield room quickly
The Latest: Erdogan congratulates Istanbul mayor-elect
"In Turkey unofficial results show. President registered bear one's ruling party has lost the race for mayor of Istanbul for the second time in less than three months is STAN Bowles Turkey's, largest city, NPR's Peter Kenyon reports. The ruling party candidate has congratulated his opposition party rival Turkey, imposes a media blackout on election news, while the polls are open. But within minutes of the blackout being lifted ruling party candidate Bonelli yielded gave a short speech, congratulating his opponent XM Imola. The results are not official, but in mama looks to have a sizable margin of victory much larger than the thirteen thousand votes. He won by late March the ruling party challenged that result, and Turkey's election council ordered a rerun of the vote is Dumbo voters reached by NPR said they were angry at having voted again, and we're determined to send a message to the ruling party in my molar ran a positive campaign, largely ignoring attacks by air John and
Istanbul mayoral re-run: Millions vote in election key for Erdogan
"Voters are heading to the polls in Istanbul today for a rerun of the race for mayor of Turkey's largest city, NPR's, Peter Kenyon reports. He original vote one. An opposition candidate was annulled after the ruling party complained Istanbul, voter surprised, president registered appeared, one's ruling party in March when they narrowly opted for echo Imola running for the main secular opposition party over the ruling party's candidate. Former prime minister Bonelli children faced with losing control of this done bowl for the first time in a quarter century, the ruling party asked Turkey's election board to cancel a vote, which it did opinion polls since then have shown that if anything the opposition's lead is increased analysts sano gone with his Dan Bullock, and says Imamoli could win by some four hundred thousand votes. This time barring irregularities results are expected Sunday night local
"bonelli" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"The attack on Pearl Harbor rush the nation and the World War who and spark the rise in the greatest generation. Hey, one of us. Ian Bush introduces us to a mechanic turned hero, pilot, feel, very, very lucky luck, I lucked out again. Please an outsized role in the story of William Bonilla life. It almost has to my birthday happens to be on. On Saint Patrick's Day. I think that's where I get all my luck. They say it's only what you make of it for this. Army air corps, veteran who now lives in Radner, it started as far back as the recruiting station to the sergeant. I'll sign up if you can get me there airplanes. That was the condition. The whippersnapper got his wish Bonelli ended up at Hickam field in Hawaii had been a mechanic on a b seventeen and the b twenty four then came December, seventh nineteen forty one three zeros flew overhead Japanese planes, said, jokingly, we might be at war, and boy, they were all we took a hell of a beating not about it back on the mainland. He got his wings. I'm a first pilot on be seventeen in that flying fortress Bonelli was off to Italy end over other axes targets. I almost got blown sky and I pulled home, so he devised an offset course, for his squadron that can. Founded the enemy avoided direct hits. That's why I'm sitting here today with a Distinguished Flying Cross to show for it luck. Maybe but Lieutenant Colonel William Bonelli left nothing to chance, a made by LA that was the big thing. I managed to make my own luck. Notional question about it. I wouldn't be here. Ian Bush, KYW NewsRadio mainline health, is what Saint Charles wore a mayo seminary in lower Marian, the Philadelphia archdiocese is looking to close deal to build a new more compact operation for men studying for the priesthood haywire ws Marc Abrahams report. Seminary.
Morocco, Saudi Arabia And Tunisia discussed on The Brookings Cafeteria
"Do you see as the primary signals that these Arab spring movements and protests sent to autocrats in the region about the dangers? Democratic movements posed to their own stability and rule. So when the uprising in Tunisia succeeded ousted Zena, Lebanon, Bonelli Tunisian, President it sent a message to protesters around the region that maybe this is possible in our countries to. But as you mentioned also sent a message to autocrats around the region that we need to figure out a way to avoid collapse. And so some autocrats learned how to weather the storm. And so you saw for instance, in Saudi Arabia and the Gulf monarchies that they were able to draw upon their oil wealth and provide economic concessions very quickly and large enough to satisfy the protesters. So you saw Saudi Arabia, for instance, allocate some ten billion salary increases and subsidy increases other monarchs such as in Morocco in Jordan couldn't rely on their oil wealth as they did not have any so they had to rely instead on political concessions. So you saw in Morocco in Jordan that they learned to get ahead of the protests by initiating constitutional reforms to. Hold relatively competitive elections. And even in Morocco. Those elections led to an opposition party coming to power an Islamist party informing the government. So those monarchs were able to survive through that combination of oil wealth and structural advantage of being able to even allow an opposition party to come to power in a monarchy in a way that didn't threaten the king as he didn't have a ruling party that he needed to continue winning could allow an opposition party to win the republic's on the other hand didn't have either of those oil wealth or that monarchic advantage. So they had to learn in a different way, which was for the most part to rely on repression as opposed to concessions, so for instance, in Syria and button, and you saw the autocrats instead turn to their militaries to try to repression crust these protesters you saw similar attempts in Libya and Yemen. But in those cases, those military's fractured leading more to civil war than to audit critic survival as in Syria and Baden, an Egypt and Tunisia the concessions were not great enough. And. Military sided with the protesters in the end ultimately dooming, those dictators there remember at the time. A big part of these protests was the use of technology is considered the Facebook inspired revolutions everyone on the streets was on their cell phones. Coordinating meeting points at the time technology is seen as advancing. The will of the people. Do you see technology as playing and enhancing role of the power of the autocratic regimes in the region as well? Absolutely. I mean, the autocrats also learned to use social media to their advantage right on the one hand, it sends a message also to the autocrats where the protests are going to be on the other hand leads Sada Kratz to repress right to censor Facebook, Twitter and social media, generally. So I mean, the autocrats were able also to learn that we need to do something about social media in a way that they hadn't before. So to flash forward to present day. Skip ahead. Eight years it has been eight years since the Arab spring movements rocked the Middle East and the Arab world. And there is a narrative which says that the Arab spring was a time of euphoria and hope a time when leaders such as President Obama said the Arab spring was a moment when the people have spoken their voices have been heard other commentators said Egypt will never be the same. And in the years since this hope has a road into a reality of cynicism and disappointment parts of the region are in a seemingly. Endless state of evil and turmoil.
"bonelli" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Professor Tony Bonello at Eckerd college in Saint Pete says it's beyond time for the thirty three day shut down to end. I know people right now who are canceling doctors and dental appointments. That's that's real that's going on all across the country. And then of course, there's the the the damage in difficulty done for those offices that are closed that that deal with special real needs of people as for his state of the union speech, January twenty nine th the president sent a letter to house speaker Nancy Pelosi today saying he will be at the capitol next Tuesday night. But Pelosi has just responded saying she will not authorize the state of the union in the house chamber. Stay tuned and New Orleans Saints fans. Want a rematch with the LA Rams. Hundreds of thousands of people have signed an online petition demanding that NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell. Make the two teams go head to head again before the Super Bowl. It's in response to the Rams getting away with a pass interference penalty that might have changed the outcome of the NFC championship. So far no response from Goodell the Super Bowl between the New England Patriots and LA Rams for now is Sunday, February third three zero five at News Radio WFL, a weather's next. It's my name on the door. You bet I want things done a certain way every idea has to be best for the client. You know, back when I first got into this business financial advisors were mostly tied to those big name companies they had that broad name recognition. But they were restricted in the products and services that they could offer. I just didn't want to do things that way. So even though people weren't exactly knocking my door down at first. I knew in the long run being independent would help.
Miley Cyrus Deletes All Instagram Photos
"Dirt alert update a quick look at what's happening in entertainment all the top in a new interview harvey weinstein admits that he quote offered acting jobs in exchange for sex but according to him he says quote so does everyone however hours after the story was published in the spectator the writer of the article is backtracking a little bit saying that he quote may have misunderstood weinstein statement saying quote it was my mistake the article however remains unchanged on the website as of this afternoon well i love it that he says admits to it but you know everyone else does so it's fine right reporter walking that back though now he that's what he said he walked it back however the article has not been retracted and the headline is stays the same on the spectator miley cyrus has deleted all of her instagram posts her thousands of photos were completely gone this morning and fans thinks that this could be sign of new music coming from cyrus and in the past taylor swift insane malic have cleared off their instagram posts ahead of new albums was just released a new album last year so we shall seem at farmer code ashi makeup artist joyce bonelli claims that there's no bad blood between her and the kardashians this comes two weeks after she was she parted ways with the famous family she worked with them for more than a decade and benelli says i've never been fired she said when something personal happens is just a personal thing and i don't think it's anybody's business all right so she signed an nda she's actually the same thing she led her robes speak for yes and finally beyond say lady gaga are reportedly going to grace the covers of vogue magazine in the upcoming months i w i say she is reportedly going to be on the cover of the september issue of vote magazine that is the big issue of the year and also lady gaga reportedly being on the cover in october of course she has a star is born to sell that movies out in theaters this september i saw the promo on the big screen and oh you're here for it i'm so here for all right well that movie comes out in september that's all the.
"bonelli" Discussed on Who? Weekly
"But i guess he owns like he owns he connects brands to celebrities and influencers that's his job he owns command entertainment group which is the playoffs contrivance country cabin used to work there and he bought them out so i was wrong about scotty at simon hook is one who oh no i said that negi so this guy and cheb and used to work together and then he bought him out of this company that he now just runs which is that he pivoted which is really smart really smart he makes he finds the appropriate brands for celebrities to promote on social media this is great because it says this is so like this is so typical his business has gone significant boost from his close relationship with kim kardashian west who has one hundred six million instagram followers though she is not a client same so literally they're like he his business is successful partially because he's friends with cam even though she doesn't even do stuff for him in business god and then her quotas hoteling he's definition of loyal that's all they care about that's all the ago which you know that's that's their literal lights such a mom mentality though loyalty loyalty loyalty it is like you fuck us we will fucking on follow you on instagram dead to us loyalty always like coded language for he keeps our secrets like that chew i mean these guys have been around for a long time and it's actually kind of funny because you think of chechen speaking of vamp i mean he doesn't really do anything vamp wise anymore professionally but he definitely is a professional hanger on he must keep so many secrets so well because if you think about it like he's a piece of shit sorry but he must keep a good secret oh yeah like the number one that's number one thing to do yeah and guess where these people came from member lizzie grubman oh car so they got famous because they saw let's see he re simon hook researched lived lizzy found her number and like got in touch with her insane and he got an internship with lizzy lizzy grubman so lizzie grubman is the two thousand nine version of all these paints scammers of ending we have to but thorough was very thorough gave a lot of information on a lot of laughs but maybe you'll laugh you'll laugh they'll be it's more more whatever it's a holiday we get over it we will see friday with another episode and an iconic segment that we had to cut out of last week because the audio messed up but it's it's coming back it's about bryce dallas howard what's rita ora up to rita road on a private jet that's all we got to 'cause she wouldn't probably the posts in front of it yes she she striked sexy posing a mini dress and boots as you travel by private jet what's rita ora of two good by my they wanna know fame it was a hit them
"bonelli" Discussed on Who? Weekly
"Fucking julia stiles julia roberts wow are there have ever been to bigger opposites julia roberts started an instagram this week right yes she started screaming julia roberts julia roberts posted three times and she posted a picture her second photo i think was with her stylus elizabeth stuart and they're both wearing t at say you can't make everyone happy you're not an avocado which is like true but all the people don't like avocados but it's like what is the new baking it's like basic people it's very obvious like entry level instagram stuff it's like avocado joke like right like the loves avocados like kat it's like you in coffee to be honest obsession with coffee anyways she's a big silence she does a lot of people been in the news this week more than usual because of julia roberts okay moving on let's move we can skip a lot of this i think well carla welsh i mentioned in the quiz she's bieber's silenced in front and cheese a thing because she recently made like her own line of white t shirts which was kind of life just yeah we're moving on like a good white t shirt and i'm just like oh this person's interesting they created a lineup literally haines t shirts hanes hanes x carla she did you want to know what they look like they looked like hanes t shirts they're just teach this website says the headline hollywood's most powerful stylus arguable i don't know if i believe that shows us how to wear a white t who she's like most babies for dealing with though for fashion wise is is sarah paulson of recent she does sarah paulson stuff okay well then she gets a pass but i i know the t shirts a lot insurance law okay next we've only done hair stylists makeup artists and stylists and we did one publicist we have we need to trainer well the trainer that we mentioned was the most iconic vamp trainer is tracy anderson jess she's like the fitness and she's also very shaming she always says like problematic things about like bodies and she's always posting like gone of paltrow's like body like sure body and good getting married store her terrible is a nightmare it's gonna cultures body has been wedding ready for forever says trainer tracy anderson which is just like how dare you say anybody is like can possibly be not wedding ready like she's all all things like that where it's like a body a certain way the fuck asked her like is one of the pouch rose body wedding ready probably a famous person it's so rude even ask that is so insane so she had the right answer i guess which is like it's always been winning ready right like this woman's been on a restrictive diet her entire career what he fucked you expect like she's ready anyways episode well we also we also skip past a really kind of the guy which i wanted to mention because he's been everywhere recently lord brian lawrence o'brien lord bruce bosnia's husband bruce bozzi who is andy cohen's close if you pay attention to that and brian lord is the ex husband of fisher fish that means bruce bossi's stepdaughter is billy lord yeah which is crazy there's it's a very it's very it's so crazy that in let me read this in two two thousand four here's a daily mail headline quote i told my daughter your father's gay your mother is a manic depressive your grandmother's tap dancer and your grandfather took speed quote star wars actress carrie fisher on the most dysfunctional family in hollywood is my life crazy or mines so this was when she was promoting her book or her show or whatever and was kind of explaining the family to billy who's now who's known actress and just how like she had married this man who turned out to be gay and now he's married and anyways that's happy family bruce doesn't always put bruce occasionally post photos of billion it's always like oh right i've forgotten brian is one of the big he's the he's the head of ca yes he's like hot hot hot hot hot shot and holly shutout ca view do we wanna do simon huck last simon huck because we're on agents now agent he's an agent simon hook is the is the kardashian agents sort of he's like sort of a publicist asian he's sort of jackofalltrades i think it's more of a publicist i love this publicist in january of this year the new york times wrote about him and wrote kardashian best e simon hook is selling you beer and shampoo which i didn't understand.
"bonelli" Discussed on Who? Weekly
"To get ready for the oscars the five perfect grand carpet betty today is day one we've talked about it before and at the time we talked about him he was launching his line of hats guess what guess what they're launched they're all the same it's just like a regular cowboy hat or fedora with polkadot scarf tied around the brim that's bobby you can get a scotty kuna black the door for one hundred ninety five dollars or you can get a scotty kuna hombre fedora for two hundred ten dollars or these bigger or less rip off than this crunchies from last week oh these doors no these doors these are complete and utter scams these doors i do love that he's also selling a scarf that he's calling scott kunas spring fling and the photo is him wearing the scarf using front facing camera right and it says scotty kunas hand cut and sewn lux chiffon vintage flour or is the perfect accent for every outfit it's like if i took a piece of fabric and was like lindsey weber's like dirty rag and it was like me wearing the dirty rag i like try to make you spend forty two dollars on the web or selling her drug rug oh man that's such i mean i would get a lot of money for that drug it's a good drug row where did you get your drug roque i got it at a i got it and conic rest stop on route sixty six in over new kidding no literally got that thing on route sixty six yeah when i'm dry when gavin driving from from santa fe to roswell we stopped at this icon ick like rest up and it had like everything they have everything you could ever want and there was like this really really alluring like just drugs and we were like why are these drugs here we were like we need the drug run so we each brought a body drug and the guy behind the counter was like cool the rugs it just like the moment the moment you put that on it's like you're on your way to a grateful dead concert like there you are the other problem is it it's like made out of like wall it's like the worst fabric could ever think of like it's it is like a stone or made it because it's completely inconsiderate to the person who's wearing it itchy it's very h you have to be a so stone to think it's comfortable too so.
"bonelli" Discussed on Who? Weekly
"Which is the wildest lifestyle i can even imagine then it goes some fun no it doesn't and then the next day being if you're just like running around being stressed out entire to make a ton of money and by the time you're like forty five at then never work again but she says sunday she did haley baldwin fry heart radio which is also crazy to me because it's a radio station then then she wanted the awards maybe the awards unclear we're eighteen iheart music awards yeah i am the whole entire co host okay maybe maybe a red carpet outside of the iheartradio hanley baldwin for the radios the rate maybe then she did kendall jenner then she did lorraine schwartz then she did ellen and then she ended up at dior make party all these things are happening in like thirty six hour periods it's she is like just doing her job when it's just people's hair but it is crazy like other stuff that she's doing like that's true it doesn't seem that fun to be on no it doesn't so that's genetic in okay moving on tracy cunningham hairstylist and other hairstylists but she's famous for color like she's the one who icon dies emma stone's hair reg head as you see my favorite thing about tracy cunningham's instagram which i had never seen before until i was doing research for this is that she puts the hair equation like you know when you get your hair dyed bobby enough you know this there's like an equation for like the chemicals that you use the instructions on how to do it and a lot of it's like really complicated and like it's just really funny because it's like a language that no one speaks you're a hairdresser this woman tracy cunningham puts that entire like recipe in her instagram so you click on this instagram and it says hashtag emma stone hashtag red hair on a hashtag blonde i doing all over hashtag redken shade set gloss eight g g plus eight plus orange kicker for ten minutes rinse do hashtag lowlights shade see queen seven plus nine zone one and two nine zones like it's i'm looking at the matrix screens like with those green numbers looks like but imagine if he were hairstyle she's like oh yes okay interesting nice take only twenty orange divided by ten for three minutes got it i can do it i'm devastation at the ngo yes it is a lot of steps but fast out usually the best way and we also don't have hundreds and hundreds and hundreds of thousands of dollars to pay to go to redhead from blonde yes and so and then she what she does she puts the her work from amazon's latest louis vitton spread in a flip graham liberties released graham any more but trace the cunningham's out here he's graham so it's great just be just find this very relatable i like this person i like tracy cutting and i put this in here because if you look for tracy cutting ham like on the.
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"Then they split up into segments of this one is called on working in the middle east and it says she's this is her quote i don't cut hair in the states anymore i worked in a salon and dubai called bill fem it has long called sash in bahrain and i'm going to going to qatar in april my girls get so mad at me in the states but there are so many hair size that you can read about on main addicts that do amazing haircuts la and new york they're not a ton of train stylists in the middle east who not a d do modern curls or not a really nice thick coarse hair in a way that grows up nicely so that's why still go to the middle east i've been going for six years taking hair clients out there and they and they wait six months in between turcotte this kills me because you don't what she's getting paid for these haircuts the reason millions of dollars that's what i'm saying so it's like it's funny that she's like yeah like just aren't a lot of hairstylists who do this it's like very satisfying for me creatively but it's like no girl you're going there because you're getting paid like five hundred thousand dollars and like she acts like she's going as like this charity like she's like well you know they don't cut hair as well out there it's like then go fucking teach them but she's like no i'm going to go out there and charge like five hundred dollars a haircut no problem goes are you kidding me she probably makes out oh my god hundreds of thousands of dollars just like it's it's probably compl they probably put it up in the nicest hotels my god my favorite part was the question before on having a busy and unpredictable life just talking to how she so busy and she goes she's going to china and she's going to paris interesting bubba blah blah and i love this here's a here's a typical this is typical for me i went to paris fashion week then took a red eye to do by where i did four salon days which is here today while in dubai depress day for dyson vacuum cleaner and way her brand a store parents at sephora and taught three classes i took the red eye back to la i landed at one pm khloe crashing baby was at two pm i got there at three fifteen pm.
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"Son who was just like a nice equestrian dude you know you're making it like i'm being rude but then you're just like trying to make it better but it's like just as i'm trying to i'm trying to like what if i'm rude but with highbrow references but like it just comes across as very route so he's like no sfera to sheikh knows for onto a sheet ashiq questrom knows for all to who we talking about next ginette can she so boring so genetic hair person who did she's the one who invented like beechy waves i mean she didn't invent them but you know what i mean i know what you mean she like made them she made them in at scrammed thing she made them like popular again yeah i didn't even know what a wave was until genetic okay yeah that's true because bobby had never been to the beach until jenkin i didn't know i gotta go get a beechy wave the beach today with lindsay at some friends and i never left the tent so to those of you following up about me going to burning man it's out of the question it's true like if it was ever an option before now it's even less of an i don't know well i was under that tent i was like what the like that line enroll michelle that sandy frink what the fuck was i thinking i was like that's burning man what the fuck was like banking it's the close to burning man which is even the funniest thing back to john atkin going to show up for the cg waves on spray homemade my favorite janek headline which she so boring but she has great like articles written about her almost because she's so boring a great headline this was written in april of this year the it's under the people home in travel section my least favorite section of people at least favorite is people babies i just hate the named people babies so okay here's the here's the headline i'm listening inside celebrity hairstylist jen atkins quote very peaceful living room quote it's a dream come true it's just it's just an article about her living her peaceful living my the thing i think about these people is that people are talking about them in the sense that they're always on celebrities instagram's and so i understand the impulse of a media company to be like let's send someone to interview this person because they're they're famous sense they're bored they're not celebrities that's enough reason why they're not famous is because they're boring they're boring they're just like they're worker bees they're they're really successful very rich but they're not really personalities and so all of these people have countless qna's online with people and they're all the most boring things in the world the cut interview jeanette ken for how i get it done feature and both of us get it done independently read like picked favorite moment lindsey you read yours and i'll read my next mine is mine is actually kind of interesting i don't believe us to like i didn't cut this to shade her i was like this is actually really interesting so they obviously interviewed her and they didn't really ask her questions but.
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"A handful of nemeses at this point you do og nemesis jesse tyler ferguson shout out if you're listening again gonna tweet back at me like rudely my og nemesis jesse taylor ferguson is friends with steph shep at all leads back to jesse taylor ferguson instagram together just went to see him play she went to play that has a bad review in the new york times and the reason i has about of you in the times lynn called to be like hey bobby just wanna let you know just forgets and show was reviewed in the new york times and it's a bad review by shady is how you guys are shady is home so let's move away from the crash karachi for now i think we come back to them because i think we talk about everything comes i know genetic in comes back to them and so two scott whatever so we're moving on for a second to somebody whose name literally is nonstop in my who feed which is brad gress key he is he is the best friend to to i was gonna say he's like he's like budget andy cohen in a way he's like andy cohen but without a tv deal you know he knows everyone everyone likes him he's does have a tv deal like he does tv it's like he's just on fat he's just like on e he doesn't run network but i'm just saying like he does have a tv do definitely does so greg brad gretzky is a style list he does lima shell their friends but also the most important person he does is our girl kaley quoque married this weekend and they're obviously her went into that wedded i don't know but her wedding hashtag was casey squared i don't know if you saw that k c squared because he'd kevin all carl carl cook he's so strange looking straight oh strained look day appearance lindsey don't i just think he's weird looking i'm sorry i think they're really cute together kalian carl do you know that they had they had can i text you picture right now this is the most kaley kogo like she so joyful here she win win win is killing grow joyful so happy she so rich and so happy she got matching jackets embroidered with you know together forever kc the casey's another helpful knowing killick roco i feel like that's was like a big a big deciding factor in her decision to marry this person because they had the same initials and that's cute what does that brioche bun is that a brioni i've that's been branded casey squared i know we're a little bit off topic but i found the woman's account that planned this wedding and let me tell you it is full of gems i just sent you another one there's a bun with casey squared burned into it literally brioche bun for those of you can't go right now this is literally a brioche bun on which kc squared has been branded and underneath that is a lawn sloped lawn well mode very green sloped lawn on which it's like in like a like baseball diamond that like chalk that chalk has written casey squared and then entire feed is kaley cogos winning and let me tell you it is casey squared on hunting board oh my god everyone at cake kleague wilko's wedding got individual men as and condiment tubs that is so woke us wedding had a dessert table with a bouquet that is shaped out of flowers as like an ice cream sunday adding even if a mini tabasco when like a mini manny's jar it's probably like a garlic ailey but still that's okay somebody was rolling cigars at this wedding why are we not invite it was it kentucky derby fem d kind of custom wouldn't play it's the perfect natural touch all my gone got the horse was were there they had a wire breather own god bobby they walked on the aisle and the horses run either side i'll love this one this one me over i can't oh he's he's looked on your right but that's cute that's cute he looks like he looks garrett hedlund mixed with like a team skarsgard brother like if you something just if you mix scare hedlund something like a sort of vampiric nordic face there's something a little bit charmingly inbred and nude colored beard involving this person carl the good old garl it's like what like what if nas virata like had a.
"bonelli" Discussed on Who? Weekly
"Like people would've venture maybe noticed like oh joyce bonelli everyone got the prince rice almost feels like somebody like said hey fyi we don't work with this woman anymore and like side i and then people was like got a source to say that bonelli tried to fuck around with some kind of deal so the cartoons could actions went make money off of it and they caught on and kim got mad which is clear because there's two things you can do to offend these people which is spill their secrets were trying them out of money or trying to i mean it's the the money thing is so annoying and hypocritical to me because it's like yes yes is how you got started you know by by riding the coattails of other famous people and then just stealing away from them you know like kim wouldn't be anyone without paris and then she left in the dust you know i mean this is not the first time member monica rose so monica rose was a stylist who worked with chloe a bunch of those actions that was last year and she left under quote unquote mysterious circumstances ended up being maybe some leaking of information so like other name line the other grave error you know what he said we can leak taking money away from them they're like infinite money i know which is kind of weird and then the other one that i find interesting we're still talking about cashiers i know but the other crash ian schism that was interesting was kim's personal assistant member her steph ship and they're good now well they like order united but they broke up because kim this is like really actually kind of relatable kim gave steph like a raise and a promotion in her job so she was like helping her run some owned the k k w she was running like k k w bash medic style like the co where something like a c n turns out being an assistant didn't make her qualified for that job and she wasn't doing job and so can was like by which actually is the one of these that makes to me the most sense because sometimes when you get a promotion you're not actually qualified for the job you've just been there long enough to try and earn your dues and june and do it you and people also of course said that steph was getting too popular so kim got mad which i don't think is really the problem i don't think so either that was the initial that was the initial response was that kim was jealous of stuff but i don't really although i could easily see qiming joseph people i don't think that she would be jealous of her she got a kick out of the fact that she was raising her assistance like you know stature file so those are the women in the crash ian realm that have been cut out but whose ler people who are but you're you're you're losing the part that you even dropped in this doc want scroll down what oh steph is friends steph is friends with one of my my one and only nemesis one of my many i guess have.
"bonelli" Discussed on Who? Weekly
"The time sarah pa tempa syrup she's always in the stories of one of the iconic who's that you've already mentioned in this list sarah tempa is she's hair yes who's hair does she do and who's like a best friend is she i really don't know i barely even know how i got hair lima shout lima show of course of course of course liba she'll be best friends with someone named sarah potemkin okay and one more this is the person we're gonna talk about but elizabeth stewart she stylist no yes yes yes and who does she work with here's a hint they look a lot alike oh she's she's julie roberts stylus she clearly literally lynn's got at this boring it might be a little boring but it's fine it's a good it's a good at reduction to the episode which is exclusively about dams which that's i'm worried if it's going to be boring are these people boring what's up orange they're doing today these people are win stuff so six forty eight forty nine fifty so that's like this is boring please don't blame us that that is a that is a primer to the people we're gonna talk about because the first person on that list which bobby new was joyce bonelli who is the one who kind of also inspired this episode to happen because she and the credential it's funny because a lot of these people are crashy and people because they are the ones that are most kind of wellknown ish for spending so much time with the people that work for them which i don't know what that says about anyone but like it's they're always hanging out with the people who work from them their whole thing is like vanity and being very like narcissistic and like baid sort of they sort of invented that on the internet where like they were shameless before it was sort of normal to be shameless we're always like show they didn't care it still feels like now it's fun to celebrate your stylus but i feel like it wasn't always trendy to dope i'm now scenes like that you didn't want people to think of you as being never less than perfect famous person i guess also my question to is do you think that the crash ian always have these people around because these are the people that have to sign the da's for their jobs so they already are signing into like not telling talking shit so you might as well come there nda's does that make its alikhan accidental convenience yeah yeah but you need because like a lot will so bonelli was all of the kardashians akin like you're not gonna make a week you're not going to make an old friend sign an nda but you have to make an employee side in india and to signed it let's hang out let's promote you'll your things right it was i i don't have to worry about you it also looks good for them because then the associated with like talented people who eventually worked with other people who like make them look good for having kind of associate with them in the first breast bocquet bath address bonelli she is like this kind of makeup artists that had been basically made kim like what the came that we know today jim would've version is kim nallet can five point oh it's like seven point now shoes like everyone says like connie made kim the kim she is but it's kind of remember like mac os ten mac os ten kim and now she's like mac os like high sierra cam and you're like it's mostly the same but like things they're weird like the icons look different things are different now things are very different thing attention so all of the crash edens including jenner's fall unfunded this woman who was like their best friend and confidante on instagram so that was a big deal when they was like a mass on following and it's only it's not yeah i feel like it's not it's not easy to track that sort of stuff so this is very much like they did it and then they leak the story that they did it because i'm not sure it would have gotten this much attention this quickly if people if they weren't leaking this as well that's a weird it's.
"bonelli" Discussed on Who? Weekly
"Dedicated to vamps a term which we ended which we will explain and i feel like that day is today it's today so vamp is a category who it's subcategory of who that is either a trainer hairstylist assistant makeup artist publicist or stylist vamps yeah these are the people that you hang on all over the place and you're like at seems like it could be a friend but it looks like they're working for the person for which when you're that famous your friends or people who work for you because they're the ones who see you all the time and they're also just the ones that have to hang out with you so to make the best of it you're the ideal situation if you're super famous you hire your friends to do these things but usually that person is like not even usually that more traditionally goes to an assistant job or like producer manager of these people have skills and they usually meet them at other photo shoots like they poach from other people right they see other people using them and they like the attention they're getting and then they steal them before we go through some of these people that we have on our list just to kind of get into that i wanted to test your them solan oh also really quickly the caller is the color of the people to call their mentioned who we will talk about they're not technically in the traditional sense is in that those amps the the acronym that i just explained those people are usually that job for a celebrity being the people that you mentioned are more just in vegas air like influence our types but i will say cow one of those one of those people counts one of those people counts tokyo styles count but some people just like instagram hairstylists go on with your with your game i'm interrupting you let me play the game the game is for you a lot of these people were going to talk about but before we get into them i wanted to see if you could tell me if i gave you their name what they are like which letter in the acronym they are fun and you get an extra point if you can tell me a person that they work with oh god y namus let's see it's hard i don't know if it's hard okay we'll start from the beginning this is an easy one k ready joyce bonelli joy spinelli occur dashing she's but makeup yes makeup kardashian good job brad gorski easy brad gretzky he's a stylist and his most famous he was the stylus who worked with rituals oh also okay lee was going to ask who that i wanted to scotty kuna oh scotty kunai is the kardashians is he hair or stylus he's here he's here he's here he's his client is like kim kardashian yeah we mentioned this person but tokyo styles do you know what he does i actually didn't know tokyo styles stylist obviously nope hair no hair he does wigs that who's who are who are plans like cardi b like nicki menaj but yet he's big one how about this is easy i think for how about law roach oh law roaches the stylist iconex stylist changed zendejas look changed selene beyonce look the best thing stylist law roach also was america's next model how about carlo welsh welsh welsh that name rings a bell sh she's a she's a stylist but i know she's a stylus i don't know who to she she's she's famous so like i think she's like alastair but i don't i can't name i feel like she's like a she's like a highbrow stylus like reality star styles yeah what justin bieber is one and the other one that i've seen her work with is elizabeth moss oh see that's even not even as high i was thinking like okay yeah i mean that's on it but like those are the two that i always notice for somehow issues like riana stylus but maybe that's okay she's worked with riana how about simon huck oh he's a publicist yeah i i had agent but as he says no because he used to work with chechen they started the company together so he's the agent of courtney kardashian how about jason walsh that's completely i have no idea wait no he's he's a a trainer he's a trainer who did he train hilary duff and who else someone else there's a lot of people my name one more henry cavill no mandy moore of this person i see all.
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"Seven five o'clock hour if you've missed jio steve kerr was called the newly bonelli by live our ball a probowl is this week in nhl allstar game who want to get into those discussions we can do that super bowl week has started blake griffin has been traded to the piston's a deal is official because woge said it is a you want to get into any of those things eight away came be are maybe the biggest story the day and i'm surprised i'm not overly offended by any this stuff but i understand those who are chief wall who will be gone next year the logo of the indians which of all the discussion about the redskins i'm pretty shocked that just this particular logo we lucky looks like a drunk indian and it's pretty offensive and i'm shocked at the redskins in kind of overshadowed daniel snyder was always so defiant about the whole thing but i've always thought to myself that looks kind of offensive i might be offended by a drunk indian on a hat so that has been taken away i guess a thing to me that's surprising is going to take an entire year why can't you just chuck all that stuff and put the big c on the cleveland or whatever logo they want to used still the offseason can you do that i was not i don't know i mean they're probably gonna i'd i think they're still gonna sell the merchandise though mmhmm the wall who merchandise i mean the redskins names worse right chief wallows just like amine the dude is like right i mean people go to gave nice rallies read yeah it just made that the extremely of ruutel it's like they finally said okay a good luck snyder aim budget i don't care if they budget not easily now it's easier to happen oil thing for him so i mean you have the braves uh i don't know who whose their mascot who was a chief when his it she was achieved wall who all now she's one of those india didn't he who is the braves they do the braves do why because avenue stadium i.
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"I'll send you think oh pralines lick it might net went is the prelude him no they had these stores for that and it was like albe tat everywhere i says so you know i'm a try this i'm a try the praline saw what to the full jury of some like that gassama girl gasol may out either stuff so much bre it will like it was so good it with uh yeah i recommend that favor by two only know with may the i didn't know good in the oh yeah we walk through river while i'll know this new restaurant but now have the parents yellow at least on the think they do we walking through uh the river walter river while mall they had just place with all different flavor popcorn like the hair bubblegum pop corn they had light all ice cream fleet with i bonello cheesecake strawberries cheesecake pizza cheeseburger while get that ice cream that ice cream thing but the bank will i'd never seen that i've never seen so much pop core befo then uh i get there for my kids they told us stuff up they had like white chocolate pop cohen it will yeah with curry which i should browse on back fully but of all know it i give it to new orleans if you try to even put on weight deaths will you go they have so much food they got all types of food in i in my first time spares and gator like they say on the guida in the it tastes light light chicken home pierre terrified chicken i didn't know their view inc gator is just a tale part of the gate although they do the rest of the game but i guess i found out one day the goal hits your last question so we get rid of the raptors when up this is short one day so last question yes would you recommend on.