John Ramos was born & raised in Southern California and joins RAW with many years of radio experience both in sports radio & talk radio.
John began his radio career in Riverside doing sports updates and covering high school sports in the Inland Empire.
He joined KLAC in 2007 where he did a little bit of everything including producing and running the audio board. He moved to the FOX Sports Radio Network in late 2009 as an editor and now runs the audio board out of the Sherman Oaks studios for Jay Mohr Sports and FOX Sports Primetime.
John loves talking sports and loves the opportunity that RAW is giving him, including his Observation Deck and Movie Review blogs.
He is married to his lovely wife Suzanne and is a proud dad.
Planes the new Disney movie opening Friday 08-09-13(Rated PG) brings the world of CARS to the skies. Planes tells the story of a crop-dusting plane named Dusty(Dane Cook) who while daydreaming of being great one day continues to do his job of dousing the crops. During his spare time Dusty attempts to qualify for the race around the world but can’t seem to get in. He’s helped by an aging veteran plane named Skipper(Stacy Keach) who trains him for this aerial race that will help solidify him as a great plane. After a plane is disqualified for the around the world race, Dusty is given a chance to take his place and the race is on.
Along the way Dusty is helped by his crew of Chug(Brad Garrett) a fuel truck and Dottie(Teri Hatcher) a forklift who can also fix a plane or two. In the race he makes many friends and even falls in love, but he has to get by the plane that’s fighting to win at any cost, Ripslinger(Roger Craig Smith) Planes shows something that was missing from Cars2 and that’s a little heart. Dusty is a caring plane who would rather help his fellow plane than think of himself and in the end this will definitely come back to be his greatest achievement. Planes is stolen by the character El Chupacabra(Carlos Alazraqui) who brings a fun, comedic approach to the role and helps Dusty learn the way of friendship, boy is he good.
I enjoyed Planes for everything it was meant to be, a fun, caring movie about the quest to be more than you are and how people learn about their being more to life than just winning. The visuals of the planes flying and the sound of them are great and will bring out the kid in even the oldest moviegoer; I mean who doesn’t love planes in flight. Planes grabs your hand and takes you on a wonderful flight with interesting characters and a fun time