More of Grandpa's Opinion
Louie: ok. ah, you were a teacher in poland, weren't you?
Louie: Were you teaching in poland? Did you - did you teach ah - students in poland?
Anthony: did -
Louie: You were a teacher in Poland
Anthony: Oh yea!
Louie: How many kids did you have in your class?
Anthony: Yea, that was private school
Louie: uh huh
Anthony: That was through the winter. Summertime, you know, I went to Germany, and the kids, go uh, work at their home. Summertime they don't go to school. I used to go to government school, but this private school. That's far away from government school
Louie: What grade - what grade was that?
Anthony: Oh there was ah - first grade, second, third, fourth. Reading, writing, religion
Louie: uh huh. did you have a degree?
Louie: (laughs) did you have a degree? A degree. did you have one?
Anthony: why sure
Louie: to teach
Anthony: I had to go to my teacher, he asks me question, I give answer. and I got to go to priest, religion (unint) you know
Anthony: and he give me uh, you know, the paper, ok. (unint) and they just go and write - teach, I going to teach the kid. Gotta have a paper, and ah, the church, uh, priest, uh, from the school where you go to school
Louie: oh yea
Anthony: from the - the director
Louie: is, uh, Jimmy a good boy?
Anthony: well, sometime
Anthony: sometime he holler like a...
Louie: (laughs) Do you think we should sell jets to israel? Do you think we should sell jet airplanes to israel
Louie: United states, should we sell them
Anthony: yea, they're going to sell them and they might be - some - sometime they gunna be (unint) (better ?) not sell them
Louie: ah, would you like to be president of the united states?
Anthony: Well, I go no, no, no school, you know, for president
Louie: What would you do if you were the president of the united states?
Anthony: I don't know (unint) (be like?) Carter (or not the?) president. (It's no easy going?) president, you, you know, you got, you are the head guy of 20, how many two hundred twenty two, two hundred twenty million operation
Anthony: That way, you do right, it's ok. If you do something wrong, it's no good.
Louie: Do you use white cloud?
Louie: Do you use white cloud (laughs)
Anthony: white cloud? (unint)
Louie: (laughs) Why don't you buy a trailer at camp dearborn?
Anthony: I don't want it, I don't want to live in gypsy town
Louie: ah, there's a nice one up for sale, it's one thousand dollars. Would you like to buy it?
Anthony: No, I won't give uh, I won't give one dollar. I like to go there, and one hour then I like to go home
Louie: would the midgets fit in that little trailer?
Anthony: mm mm. too much money
Louie: What would you do if you had a million dollars?
Anthony: I get (unint)
Louie: Why don't you buy new furniture in this living room?
Anthony: This is good (enough?), I got nice furniture. Got a new lamp now
Louie: yea, but all new furniture would look real nice. It'd look like a
Anthony: Somebody do going to sit down, I - I'm myself and I got one, two, three, four, five, six, seven three rocking chair, six for (unint) chair (unint) I don't want any more
Louie: Would you like to take a space trip to the moon?
Louie: If you had a free - if somebody said you can go -
Anthony: Not for one million, not for one dollar
Louie: If you could go free!
Anthony: I wanna live on the ground
Louie: Don't you want to walk on the moon?
Anthony: no, uh uh
Louie: It would be nice, wouldn't it?
Anthony: no no no
Louie: You could be on television
Louie: Like Neil Armstrong
Anthony: There's nobody there, only one polish guy Twardowski (the unint)
Louie: (laughs) where
Louie: On the moon?
Anthony: On the moon
Louie: Who's Twardowski
Anthony: (unint) but the devil take him up there
Anthony: yea, got a farm over there
Louie: On the moon?
Louie: What's the raise on the farm?
Louie: What does he raise?
Anthony: He - you know he bet with the devil, but the devil gonna take him he said no, you can't take me, (and they been there one) (unint) and the devil go over there and (unint) put your name, put that name, uh, rome, rome
Anthony: He's supposed to take him from rome, you know
Louie: Uh huh
Anthony: and (unint - a name?) got, you know, money, and he put up (unint - a name?) name, rome, rome
Louie: mm hm
Anthony: Italy. And that man who bet him - with the devil, he went to rome to the (unint), and the devil come over and pick him up, from rome, take him on the moon
Louie: That does sound -
Anthony: That Twardowski was a religion man, and he (sing church religion?) and the devil can't go up any farther, he go down.
Louie: Oh, he dropped him
Anthony: but he tried to take him on the moon that, but he didn't
Louie: (laughs) that sounds like a fable or something
Anthony: But that was some kind of, you know, a legend
Louie: Yea, a legend
Louie: yea, what's what it sounds like (laughs)
Anthony: (speaking polish for about 30 seconds)
Louie: Do you uh, go bowling?
Louie: you never bowl. What do you think of people that play golf all day?
Anthony: Well, they exercise, that's good thing you know
Louie: it is, yea
Anthony: yea, that's all right. people live in the city and (unint) they go outside get the fresh air, play golf or bowling alley or whatever they like - but I I'm gonna play bowl - bowling, I'm too old, I can't even lift that, uh, ball
Louie: what does (mazurat?) always say?
Louie: (marurat?) what does he always say?
Anthony: Everybody home!
Louie: (laughs) how about (sala?) - this little boy here, what did he bring you the other day? to eat
Louie: Do you like to travel at all, dad?
Anthony: How I can travel if I can't walk?
Anthony: (matter with you?)
Louie: What's your best mode of travel? Do you prefer cars or airplanes or -
Anthony: oh, in the car
Louie: Cars? How far would you like to go in a car?
Anthony: Oh, chicago or new york, or dunkirk, or, yea, but poland is too far away, get tired. Right now it's an airplane, you know, sit one place
Louie: how would you like to roam the beach of waikiki and look at all those bikinis on the beach, would you like to go to ha- would you like to go to waikiki in hawaii?
Anthony: Why? no, hawaii is (over the ocean?)
Louie: But don't, yea, but don't you think you'd like it if you saw all those-
Anthony: I - (unint) I'd rather go to my hometown where I was born
Louie: Yea, but here you could take a camera, and you could see all those women walking all over the beach
Louie: and they're clad in their bikinis, and you can
Louie: And some of those bikinis you can see through!
Louie: Well, Tony, I - would you like more champagne?
Louie: I'd like to thank you for this short interview
Anthony: yea, thank you too
Louie: And uh, we'd like to say that the opinions expressed by this individual, Tony, were his own personal opinions and not necessarily those of this station, and this program has been brought to you by yugo yashek's toilet paper company