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1) Name? Jonathan Olivarez
2)Got any nicknames? John or by my middle name Gabriel
3)When were you born? Lubbock 04/22/81
4)Hometown? Lubbock Texas/Mission Texas
5)Still live there? If not, where do you call home? Now Mission is my hometown
6)Got a ball and chain? Single and ready to mingle.
7)Do you have kids? If so how many? No kids, but plan to have some one day (cats and dogs)
8)So why did you get in radio and not professional scooter racing? I love radio because I love to interact with people and enjoy being out and about.
9)Favorite thing you like about radio? You get free tickets and meet most of the artists.
10)Spill the beans on your most embarrassing radio experience? When I first started radio, I would leave the mic and you could hear Jay Z chatting away.
11)Favorite movies? Dumb and Dumber, and all thriller movies
12)Favorite artists? Mariah Carey, R. Kelly and President Bush
13)So you're on a deserted island...you can take three albums with you, what would that be? Well of couse they would be Tejano, hiphop, and country.....
14)Peson you'd most like to meet? My Soul Mate
15)Who is the celebrity you'd like to run away with if you could? Jennifer Lopez, cause she used to have alittle and now has alot...of money of course...
16)Are you scared of anything? HMMMMMM...not really, I can deal with just about everything that comes my way///Puro macho man here baby...
17)What would yo like to accomplish in 5 years? I'd like to make over $100,000 and have a great companion.
18)If you weren't in radio.....what do you tink you would be doing today? I'd be in the medical field saving lives and making the big bucks.
19)Got any pet peeves? Yes, when people smack when they eat food...don't want to mention any names....Billy
20)And finally, what would you like to be most remembered for? A person that was always up for a challange, kind, generous, and dedicated to his profession. Someone that would bring a smile to your face wether in a good or bad day.......
Two-wheeling may be a healthy and fuel-efficient way to cruise the city streets — but as a fashion statement, it can be rather pedestrian. Enter Italian style titan Gucci, which has partnered with bicycle maker Bianchi to produce a $14,000 urban and off-road bike. The 11-speed carbon fiber model was designed by Frida Giannini, Gucci’s creative director, and includes practical features like disc brakes, as well as aesthetic flourishes such as a frame decorated with the label’s trademark stripes (the Gucci logo is, naturally, stitched into the bike’s custom leather seat). To complete the look, a line of accessories is also available, including a matching helmet ($890) and $105 water bottle.
More show horse than workhorse, this bike doesn’t offer suspension to handle potholes and other urban-riding hazards, said Jim Papadapoulos, a bicycle researcher at Northeastern University. It also lacks fenders to prevent the “skunk stripe” of dirt wheels can kick onto a rider’s back, said Shannon Holt, an organizer for Oregon Manifest, a bike-design challenge held in Portland. At four times the price of Bianchi’s next-most-costly off-roading bike ($3,500), Holt calls it merely a “basic bike prettied up with a high-end brand.” Gucci declined to comment. Bianchi says it chose not to use the suspension fork to save on weight, and that the fender is unnecessary for an “urban bike.”